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  2. ITALIAN THEATRE

    An Italian communique says:—Our fire repulsed strong enemy actions in the Tooale region, Early on Thursday morning enemy detachments ...

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  3. SITUATION IN RUSSIA CZECHO SLOVAKS CAPTURE IRKUTSK

    The State Department at Washington announces that Irkutsk. has been cuptured by the Czecho-Slovaks, assisted by Siberians, and that a ...

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  4. WESTERN FRONT. RETREAT Of ENEMY

    Reuter's correspondent at the British headqurat[?] says:—Sovere patrol lighting between Chaulnes and Loye has occurred in the past ...

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  5. AUSTRALIANS IN WAR. 423rd CASUALTY LIST.

    The following disrtrict names appeared in the 423rd casualty list, issued on Saturday:—KILLED IN ACTION. ...

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  6. VALOUR OF CIVILIAN TROOPS,

    Deseribing how the Australians and Canadians are over-running the country between the Somme and the Avre, now persistently creeping ...

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  7. DIED OF WOUNDS [?]

    Pte. E. B. DAHLITZ. Branxbolme. 1 te. H. RIDDELL, D.C.M., Port Fairy. Pte. A. J. ROBRRTRON, Cobden. ...

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  8. ARRIVAL OF AMERIGAN TRANSPORTS

    The [?] American transport arrived at Vladivostock on Thursday, and a further two were due on Friday. Japanese. contingents have arrival ...

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  9. WOUNDED.

    Pte. S. R. Doig, Hamilton (gas); Fte. J. A. Edwards, Warrnambool (second occasion, gas); Pte. A. J. Frith, Pomborneit Western; Pte, J. ...

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  10. JAPAN AND C[?] CO-OPFRATE

    [?] correspondent. at. Tok[?] says:—The Japanese Government has issued a statement. that in consequence of the prowing activities of ...

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  11. IMPERIAL WAR CABINET

    The Press Bureau announces that during the past two find a half monthe the Imperial War Cabinet has been in continuous session on every ...

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  12. INJURED.

    Pte. P. B. Grace, Camperdown Dvr. W. F. Br[?] Mortlake. ...

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  13. ALARM IN GERMANY

    It is reported from Gologne that there is an almost universal impression that the position in the West is Worse than the Herman military ...

    Article : 130 words
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    Spr. A. A. Franzi, Nhill. ...

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  15. OMMMBUS STRIKE IN LONDON.

    The whole of the omnibus employes of London, except the National Steamear Company's, struck to-day. following a localised unofficial strike ...

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  16. THE COUNTFR REVOLUTION

    A telegram received at Amsterdam from Moscow via Berlin says that the Soviet surrounded and are bomharding, Kason. A number of ...

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  17. ENEMY'S LOSS OF MAN POWER

    The latest aerial observations and other, information indicate that the Germans are preparing a considerable further contraction of frosts ...

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  18. THE CHINESE CONTINGENT

    The "Daily Mail's" corresponnent at Tientsin states that special trains are ready to convey China's Vladivstock contingent. ...

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  19. THE LATE MR. ROBERT FRASER

    As recently announced in the "Spectator," Mr. Robert Fraser died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Taylor, at Strathkellar, on ...

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  20. CZECHS APPEAL FOR ASSISTANCE

    Although the Czechs have re-capured Irutsk' they are short of ammunition, and are cut off on the eass and west of Baikal The Ozechs ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. GAINS IN PIMRDY OFFENSIVE

    Advice from Washington reporr, that. General March on Saturday informed the Senate committee that in the recent Picardy offensive the ...

    Article : 127 words
  22. ALLIED CONSULS LEAVE MOSCOW,

    The Swedish Foreign Office intimates that the British, American and Japanese Consuls have left Moscow, and the Swedish consul is taking ...

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  23. GERMANY'S WAR LOSSES

    The latest statistics of the German casualties prior to the March offensive showed a total of 6,000,000, inch [?]ing 1,400,000 killed. These ...

    Article : 64 words
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  25. SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS BY ALLIES

    Field-Marshal Haig, in a report rectived at 11.30 p.m. on Sunday, says:—We carried out successful local operations on a front of over four ...

    Article : 164 words
  26. AMERICA'S ARMY

    Washington advices report that more than. 1.45,000 American troups are now in France or on the way there. ...

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  27. I.W.W. CONSPIRACY

    A hundred leaders of the I.W.W. have been found guilty of conspiracy to disrupt the nation's war programme. The defendants included ...

    Article : 63 words
  28. GIRMAN RIPORTS.

    A German report received at 2.15 p.m. on Saturday says:—South of Thiescourt the cnomy capturedy Atteche farm. The enemy suffered ...

    Article : 104 words
  29. INTREPID FRENCH AIRMAN

    Lieutenant Fouck brought down three aeroplanes on Wednesday, making his sixtieth victim. ...

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  30. LULL IN BATTLE

    Mr. Campbell, the "Times" correspondent at the French headquarters, says that the enemy is briskly bombarding the new French positions on ...

    Article : 84 words
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  33. CONSTABLE DISMISSED FROM SERVICE.

    Constable preece has been dis[?]ed from the police force for assaulting a superior officer. ...

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  35. BRITISH AIR ACTIVITY

    Field Marshal Haig, in an aviation report, states —We destroyed five aeroplanes. Three British machines are missing. We dropped 13 ...

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