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  3. To-day's Weather

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  4. AMERICA'S FIRST BIG ATTACK

    The Americans have completely flattened out the St. Mihiel salient. The prisoners already number 12,000, and it is expected that their numbers will be largely increased. The Australian Press Association correspondent learns ...

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  7. BANKS PREPARE FOR TRADE WAR

    Sir Edward Holden, chairman of the London City and Midland Bank, Ltd., stated at a meeting of the bank shareholders that in order to retain London ...

    Article : 169 words
  8. GERMANY INNOCENT, SAYS VON PAYER

    Speaking at Stuttgart, Dr. von Payer, German Vice-Chancellor, said that the situation in the east must remain as it is at present. Poland, Finland, and other ...

    Article : 209 words
  9. FUNERAL OF SIR G. REID

    The date of Sir George Reid's funeral has not yet been fixed. The memorial service will probably be held in the St. Columba Church of Scotland. ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  11. Australian Funeral Ceremony.

    A cable message has been forwarded to Mr. W. M. Hughes, the Prime Minister, asking that an Australian ceremony be arranged at the funeral of the late ...

    Article : 126 words
  12. RECRUITING VERY LOW ONLY 184 LAST WEEK

    For the week ended Friday, September 13, fewer men were enrolled than for any week for some months past. The total was only 184. On Saturday, September ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. BRITISH-BORN WIVES OF GERMAN HUSBANDS

    Sir George Cave, Secretary for Home Affairs, in a written reply to a deputation, stated that there is no foundation for the statement that ...

    Article : 132 words
  14. Voluntary Ballots and Deferred Units

    The Minister for Recruiting (Mr. R. B. Orchard), commenting on recruiting matters in Victoria, said: "Last Monday 77 men enlisted for active service, the ...

    Article : 286 words
  15. Post-War Reconstruction Forecasted by Lloyd George.

    Many newspapers regard the Premier's references to post-war reconstruction on national lines, notably housing, health, education, and development of ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. MORE MILITARY MEDALS FOR AUSTRALIANS

    The following awards have been made to members of the Australian and New Zealand forces: Bar to Military MedaL—Australians: ...

    Article : 107 words
  17. SOUTH AFRICAN LOAN OF FIVE MILLIONS

    The Government expects to obtain over five millions sterling from the new war loan. The loan will be issued in October. It ...

    Article : 80 words
  18. Japanese Captures in Siberia.

    A Japanese communique from Tokio states that the captures at Khabarovsk Include 150 prisoners, some German officers, 17 river gun-boats, and 120 suns. ...

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  19. British Railway Men Demand Increase of Wages.

    The railway men are demanding an advance of 10/ weekly, in addition to the present bonus of 25/. The Railway Executive offered a 5/ advance, but ...

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  20. Director Denies Extravagance.

    There has been some comment in Melbourne regarding the expense of publicity work in connection with the forthcoming voluntary recruiting ballot. One ...

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  21. General Brussiloff Shot

    A Copenhagen message states that General Brussiloff was shot outside the Tugan Prison, in Moscow. ...

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  22. Strike of Cotton Spinners Imminent in Lancashire

    Despite the warning that strike pay is illegal, the Lancashire cotton dispute is, critical. A strike of Lancashire will begin ...

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  23. TINNED MEAT.

    Some time ago Mr. Jensen, Minister for Customs, forwarded to the Imperial authorities a tender for 40,000 cases of tinned meat. It was stated recently that ...

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  24. Linseed Oil Prices Proclaimed.

    In a Commonwealth Gazette, the price of linseed oil has been fixed within the Commonwealth in all proclaimed areas. In N.S.W. the price is 9/ a gallon for ...

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  25. Murray Waters Commission.

    Sitting In Melbourne during the past three days, the Murray Waters Commission, consisting of Messrs. L, E, Groom (Minister for Works and Railways), S. ...

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  26. Editors Should Emphasise Terrible Horrors of War.

    A Paris message states: British correspondents entertained tho overseas journalists to luncheon. Many well-known Frenchmen were present. Lord Derby ...

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  27. German Idol Losing Popularity

    A Rome message states that the famous Hindenburg statue in Berlin has been surrounded by a wooden barricade, owing to unknown persona nightly ...

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  28. Inquiry Into Gold Production.

    Mr. Bonar Law, Chancellor of the Exchequer, informed the Gold Producers Committee of his intention to appoint an enquiry committee. Terms of the ...

    Article : 56 words
  29. Dairy Produce Pool.

    Mr. Hugh Sinclair, M.H.R. for Moreton, Queensland, has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the Commonwealth Dairy Produce Pool Committee. The ...

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  30. Swan By-election.

    Polling for the election to fill the vacancy in the Swan electorate in the House of Representatives will take place on Saturday, October 26, and Friday, ...

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