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  2. Advertising

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  3. To-day's Weather

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  4. BULGARIAN LINES BROKEN

    A New York message states: The Franco-Serbians have advanced 17 miles. The prisoners now total 5000. A French Eastern communique states: The Allies on September 17 and 18 greatly extended the two previous days' successes. ...

    Article : 423 words
  5. TURKS IN FULL FLIGHT

    The whole Turkish line in Palestine is broken. British cavalry pushed through the first breach and is now in the rear of the entire Turkish army. A second force of cavalry is occupied in completing the encirclement of the enemy. ...

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  6. IN THE HINDENBURG LINE

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig in his noon report on Friday said: Towards-midday yesterday the English attacked the Lempire and Epehy sector, and despite considerable opposition, and in the face of heavy artillery and machine gun fire, made valuable progress to a depth of over a mile beyond ...

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  9. PANIC IN METZ

    The Daily Telegraph's correspondent at Milan states that Swiss messages report that there is a serious panic in Metz. ...

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  10. WHEN THE ANZACS COME HOME AGAIN

    Within, say, five or six weeks, the first batch of 2400 Australian soldiers, part of the 7000 who are to enjoy a well-earned furlough after four years of war, will ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. ENEMY SUFFERS IN NORTH RUSSIA

    An official message from the British Headquarters in Northern Russia, says: On the Dwina the largest enemy armored steamer has been captured. ...

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  12. WIRELESS NEWS FROM AMERICA

    The American Consul-General in Sydney has received the following wireless message: Military service treaties have been ...

    Article : 321 words
  13. Addressed by Sir Joseph Cook.

    Sir Joseph Cook addressed a large parade of Australians at Weyrmouth Camp, chiefly men returning to Australia. He referred to the splendid ...

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  14. Mud Stops Americans in Lorraine.

    A communique issued by General Pershing on Thursday states: In the Woevre region our detachments successfully raided the enemy lines, capturing 15 ...

    Article : 101 words
  15. War With Leaflets.

    A captured order issued by General Von Hutier recounts how the Allies' propaganda is making headway among German soldiers on the Western front. ...

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  16. Czarina and Daughters Burned to Death.

    The London correspondent of the new york world reports that the ex-Czarina, her three daughters, and two Grand duchesses were hurned to death ...

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  17. U.S.A. Government to Control Cotton

    A Washington message states that President Wilson has decided to fix cotton prices and to arrange for the Government to control the cotton distribution. ...

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  18. GENERAL MONASH'S CONFIDENCE

    Mr. Price Bell, the special correspondent of the Chicago Daily News on the Western front, has had an interview with General Monash, in which the ...

    Article : 103 words
  19. TO THE UTMOST LABOR WILL ASSIST

    At the Labor Conference Mr. Frey, an American delegate, moved the adoption of tile report of the War Aims Committee, accepting President Wilson's ...

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  20. Big American Revenue Bill

    The House of Representatives has passed an eight billion dollar Revenue Bill. ...

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  21. Increased Cost of Living Brings Higher Wages

    An important feature of the agreement by which the threatened railway strike was settled was that the Government promised to appoint a committee which ...

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  22. Austria and the Jugo-Slavs

    It is reported that Austria intends forming Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Croatia into a provisional Government, under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. ...

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  23. CABLE BREVITIES

    General Dunsterville, who is commanding the British forces at Baku, is the original of Kipling's character, Stalky, in Stalky and Co. ...

    Article : 132 words
  24. No Food for Holland Unless She Defies Germany.

    The State Department announces that as long as Holland allows herself to be intimidated by German threats to destroy Dutch shipping, the United States will ...

    Article : 75 words
  25. Pro-German Conspiracy Against Prohibition in U.S.A.

    The New York Times Washington correspondent states: Mr. Mitchell Palmer, the Alien Property Custodian, has exposed an alleged conspiracy between the ...

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  26. Trouble Between Norway and Finland.

    The New York Times Copennagen correspondent states that reports are current that the friendly relations between Norway and Finland are endangered ...

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  27. Berlin in Fear of Strike Riots

    The Zurich Volksricht publishes a German army order for the repression of possible strike riots in Berlin. ...

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