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  3. To-day's Weather

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  4. PRESS DELEGATES' VISIT TO EUROPE

    Lord Burnham presided at the Empire Press Union Conference with the Australian, New Zealand, and South African missions. ...

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  7. ALLIED ARMIES MARCH ON

    The British armies have smashed the Hindenburg line and are now beginning to roll up the German armies on the Picardy front. They have captured Le Transloy. The Germans have abandoned Bailleul, In the Ypres sector. ...

    Article : 1,394 words
  8. PASSENGER LINER ATTACKED BY U BOAT

    News from an Atlantic port says that an unarmed Brazilian liner carrying 350 passengers was shelled by a U-boat for two hours when 150 miles off Virginia ...

    Article : 141 words
  9. SIR JOSEPH JONAS STRIPPED OF HONOR

    The King has degraded Sir Joseph Jonas from the degree of Knight Bachelor. [Sir Joseph Jonas, a steel ...

    Article : 125 words
  10. SUCCESS IN SIBERIA BY ALLIED FORCES

    The United Press correspondent at Vladivostock states that Red Guards and other enemy forces attacked along the Ussuri front. The Allies repulsed the ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. STRIKES AND REVOLTS AUSTRIA AND GERMANY

    A message received through neutral channels states that 200,000 workers in Westphalia, Germany, have gone on strike. ...

    Article : 70 words
  12. MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S CONFIDENCE

    The Press Bureau reports that in replying to the congratulations of Signor Orlando, the Italian Premier, in regard to the British successes on the Western ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. NATIONAL PROHIBITION FOR AMERICA

    A Washington message states: The Senate voted in favor of a Nation-wide prohibition, commencing on July 1 next year, as a war measure. ...

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  14. IN BAPAUME AGAIN

    Bapaume, a town that must always figure in Australian traditions, is once more in British hands. The above picture—one of tho most striking photographs of the war—shows the Australians marching in, headed by their band, after our troops first took the town on March 17, 1917. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. SOUTH AFRICAN WOOL CANNOT BE SOLD

    General Eustin in a statement regarding the wool question to a meeting of prominent breeders at Bloomfontein, said the consumption by the Japanese ...

    Article : 111 words
  16. RATEPAYERS FAVOR LOANS FOR IMPROVEMENT

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday Morning. A poll of ratepayers was taken at Newcastle to-day with the following result:— ...

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  17. Banking Facilities for Soldiers

    The Commonwealth Bank is opening a branch at Weymouth for the convenience of invalided soldiers, who are awaiting embarkation for Australia, also a branch ...

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  18. 30 Americans Win the D.S.C.

    A wireless message received by the American Consul-Gcneral in Sydney says General Pershing has reported that more than 30 Americans have been awarded ...

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  19. Killed on the Railway

    With his head crushes and one of his legs severed, James Dunn, a middle-aged man, who had been employed as a ticket collector at the Flinder-street railway ...

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  20. America's Huge Loans to Allies

    A Washington message states that it is officially announced that an additional credit of 400,000,000 dollars has been extended to Great Britain by the United ...

    Article : 56 words
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