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  2. AUSTRALIANS IN WAR, 421st CASUALTY LIST.

    The following district names appeared in the 421st casualty list. Issued this morning,:—KILLED IN ACTION. ...

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  3. SITUATION IN RUSSIA) FAILURE OF GERMAN PLANS

    The "Vossische Zeitung" in the concluding part of a review of the war, says:—"The Central Powers' bloodless offensive, which was ...

    Article : 106 words
  4. ITALIAN THEATRE ENEMY LINES PENETRATED

    An Italian official report says:—We captured a peak cm Dossoalto, where the enemy has been maintaining himself at heavy cost since July 15. We ...

    Article : 99 words
  5. ALLIES' VICTORIES CAPTURE OF SOISSONS AND FISMES

    A message from Paris says:—The Allies crossed the Aisne between Soissons and Venzol. The German resistance is faltering on the left wing. ...

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  6. 40,000 GERMAN PRISONERS

    The French crossed the Vesle at three points. It is Believed that the Germans are fighting for time and preparing to retreat to the Alsne. ...

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  7. WOUNDED.

    Pte. T. C. Crensey, Horsham [?]Pte. S. Millard, Wallacedale (gas) Lance-corp. G. W. Milder, Oolac.,(second occasion); Pte. H. ...

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  8. TIRED TROOPS.

    Reuter's correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing on Sunday, says:—The pause in the lattle along the Vesle was largely ...

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  9. GERMANS DEMAND OFFENSIVE

    Cables received at the Italian Embassy at Washington state that Germany is demanding: a new offensive by Austria against Italy to relieve the ...

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  10. PLOTS IN UKRAINE

    Further plots have been discovered in Ukraine to overthrew the Government and assassinate M. Skoropadsky and the German commanders. ...

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  11. BRITISH AIR RAIDS.

    Two British airmen who were injured by a shell at a height of 14,900 feet while bombing Zeebrugge and forced to land at Walcheren, ...

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  12. ILL,

    Pte. N. G. Pill, South Portland. ...

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  13. AUSTRIAN ADMISSIONS.

    An Austrian official report says:—The enemy penetrated portion's of our positions at. Dossoalto. The enemy re-occupied the Fieri-Berat line in ...

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  14. DIGBY RED CROSS SOCIETY.

    On the occasion of the extension of the Digby soldiers avenue there was a large influx of visitors into the township, and the ladies of the Red ...

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  15. GERMANS STUBBORNLY RESISTING

    The Germans are stubbornly resisting along the north bank of the Vesle from Soissons to Rheims. Six thousand more prisoners have been ...

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  16. AMERICA AND JAPAN CO-OPERATE

    The American and Japanese Governments announce plans for extending military aid to Russia. Each will send a few thousand men to ...

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  17. MR. JOSEPH COOK KNIGHTED

    The Press Bureau announces that Mr. Joseph Cook has been appointed K.C.M.G. ...

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  18. DEPRESSION IN GERMANY

    The "Times" correspondent at Barne says that according to the "Berliner Tageblatt" the Marne defeat has produced unparallelled ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. CONGRATULATIONS FROM AUSTRALIA.

    The Acting Prime Minister, Mr. Watt, on behalf of the Federal Cabinet, has forwarded a congratulatory Cablegram to Sir Joseph and ...

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  20. THE SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN

    Enemy submarines sank three fishing vessels in the Bay of Fundy. ...

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  21. ENEMY BADLY BEATEN.

    It is impossible for the enemy to find a solid defence line until he reaches the Aisne. Though he may turn upon his pursuers on the Vesle ...

    Article : 260 words
  22. SPORTING NOTES. RACING

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 322 words
  23. HEROISM OF NURSES

    The fodies of two British muses were found in No Man's land at: Dernncourt. ...

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  24. MART REPORT

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 174 words
  25. GERMAN REPORTS.

    A German official report says:—We. repulsed attacks on front and both sides of Villemontoire, as far southward as Hartennes. Strong ...

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  26. CODRINGTON.

    The estate of the late Mr. John Brown was sold on Monday, 29th July, Mr. James Crowe being the purchaser of the homestead paddock at £6/17/6 ...

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  27. BABIES' KIT SOCIETY.

    We have received the following donations in connection with the special appeal made by the Hamilton Babies' Kit Society:—Previously ...

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  28. OBITUARY. MR. JOHN FLETCHER.

    The death occurred at Branxhoime on Wednesday of Mr. John Fletcher, who passed away at his residence after an illness of nearly six weeks. ...

    Article : 208 words
  29. APSLEY.

    Whilst engaged at his saw mill on Wednesday, Mr. Louis Simpson had his right hand badly lacerated, necessitating his immediate removal to Narracoorte ...

    Article : 65 words
  30. THE GERMAN RETREAT

    [?] correspondent at the French headquarters, telegraphing at seven [?] on Sunday evening, says Our patrols keep in contact ...

    Article : 282 words
  31. FRENCH RED CROSS APPEAL

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 43 words
  32. SHARE MARKET

    Messrs. Clarke and Co. (A. Rutter Clarke), stock and sharebrokers, 311 Collins street, Melbourne report on the 31st July that the higher prices ...

    Article : 158 words
  33. A HINT TO THE SWEETHEART

    To the thousands of sensible young women who have men friends serving in the ranks at the front, and who desire to send some article that ...

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  34. LATEST SCRATCHTNGS.

    The following scratchings were received to-day Australian Steeplechase — Algous, Van Homreigh. ...

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  35. MR. ROBERT FRASER.

    Mr. Robert Fraser, until lately a resident of Muddy Creek, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Taylor, at Strathkellar, on Sunday ...

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  36. THE WEATHER.

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  37. THE GUN.

    On Saturday next members of the Hamilton Gun Club will try conclusions for a £5 prize. This is the president's day, so a large ...

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  38. MR. W. R. STEPHENS.

    Mr. F. C. Hughes yesterday received n telegram announcing the death at Geelong early that morning of Mr. W. R. Stephens, who was formerly ...

    Article : 57 words
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