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  2. THE LATE MRS. ADDINSALL

    At the Muddy Creek Methodist church the Rev. H. J. Cocks on Sunday afternoon conducted the in memoriam service of the late Mrs. ...

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  3. SITUATION IN RUSSIA

    A message from Vlaklivostock states that the Provisional Government requests that the Allies will afford joint military action. Two ...

    Article : 109 words
  4. ITALIAN THEATRE

    Reuter's correspondent at Salonikas telegraphing on July 19, says:—The Franco-Italian advance in Albania continues. The Italians crossed the ...

    Article : 157 words
  5. WESTERN FRONT. THE GERMAN HETREAT

    The Germans are further retreating between the Marne and the Ardre. (United Service Cables.) Reports from Paris state that the ...

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  6. THE ENEMY'S DANGER

    Mr. Campbell, the "Times" correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing on Tuesday afternoon, says that the reduction of the ...

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  7. MUNITION WORKERS STRIKE.

    The Ministry of Munitions states that 12,000 skilled workmen at Co[?]entry struck work. At a meeting the trade unions resolved that all ...

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  8. TURKISH DEFEATS

    In the House of Commons, Lord Cecil stated that the operations by General Marshall on the Euphrates in March and in the neighbourhood ...

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  9. ENEMY'S MAXIMUM EFFORT

    Though the obstinate struggle is deepening and extending, the news continues most favourable for the Allies. The Germans have not yet ...

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  10. ALLIES LINE ON AVRE

    Reuter's correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing on Tuesday night, says:—On Monday night wind and rain storms greatly ...

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  11. THE PRICE OF MEAT.

    The acting Prime Minister, Mr. Watt, to-day said that judging by truck orders for the railways in Victoria and New South Wales next week ...

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  12. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS

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  13. AMERICA'S ARMY.

    In the House of Commons Sir L. G. Chiozza Money stated that 300,000 American troops were now crossing the Atlantic monthly, whereof ...

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  14. THE GERMAN CASUALTIES

    Reuter's correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing at 11 p.m. on Tuesday, said:—It is known that the enemy has engaged ...

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  16. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—I am very interested in the controversy that is proceeding in your paper re the Balmoral-Cavendish road. This road at present and ...

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  17. ALLIED AIR ACTIVITY.

    A Paris message says that Allied aviators set fire to Ferd-en-Tardenois and Fis[?]es. ...

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  18. AIR RAIDS ON ZEEBRUGGE.

    Repairs to the Zeebrugge harbour and mole locks are being constantly destroyed by Allied airmen. It is reported that two torpedo boats in ...

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  19. GERMAN REPORTS.

    A German message received on Tuesday says:—Sunday's fighting resulted in the complete success of the Germans, Enemy attacks ...

    Article : 145 words
  20. HOUSE OF COMMONS

    The Press Association understands that the Government will decide to hold a general election in November or December, because when the new ...

    Article : 68 words
  21. ENEMY RESISTANCE BROKEN

    A French communique says:—Our attacks on both banks of the Oureq had satisfactory results notwithstanding the stubborn resistance of the ...

    Article : 191 words
  22. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 56 words
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  24. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET

    Fat cattle—2190 entered, comprised of 1675 bullocks and 515 cows, but the supply proved to be short of the entries, and numbered only 1970 head ...

    Article : 251 words
  25. WEATHER FORECAST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 17 words
  26. FRENCH RED CROSS APPEAL

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  27. TERRIER COURSING

    A Trial, Open, and Supplementary will be run at the friendly societies' ground under the usual conditions. On 10th August a £10 guaranteed ...

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  28. NEW BRITISH FRONT

    Reuter's correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing at eight o'clock on Tuesday morning, says:—Some of the hardest fighting ...

    Article : 295 words
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