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  2. APPEAL TO AUSTEALIA.

    The campaign in favour of national service, as proposed by Mr. Hughes, was entered upon last night in New South Wales. Members of the Legislature and others addressed successful meetings in the metropolis. ...

    Article : 53 words
  3. STOP-WORK MEETING.

    Mr. M. M. Hughes, in a statement tonight, said:—The unionists of Australia are invited to attend a Stop-work meeting to-morrow. The ostensible purpose of ...

    Article : 987 words
  4. THE RESPONSE.

    "You should see them going into a charge," wrote Colonel M'Cay of the Australians he commanded at Gallipoli—"they go into it as happy as Larry. They are the most ...

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  5. LATE WAR NEWS.

    A Bulgarian communique states:—In the Danube sector, between Rustchuk and Tutrakan, the enemy, by means of boats, conveyed several battalions from the ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. THE SOMME COUNTER ATTACKS

    The latest reports from the Somme indicate that the enemy, in violent counter-attacks, recaptured a few ...

    Article : 145 words
  7. RUSSIAN OFFENSIVE.

    Telegrams from Petrograd received in Rome state that a fresh and violent Runsian offensive is proceeding on n front of 1.12 miles. The Turks ware severely check[?] ...

    Article : 157 words
  8. GREAT BOMBARDMENT.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Rotterdam correspondent says: The continuous bombardment is no longer confined to the Somme. Enemy positions in Flanders ...

    Article : 89 words
  9. BULGAR WITHDRAWAL.

    A Bulgarian communique snys:—In consequence of a violent bombardment of our positions at Kaymachalan and on Hill 2368 (near Salonica), our troops were ...

    Article : 47 words
  10. PREMIER AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    The announcement that the Premier would open the national referendum campaign in North Sydney drew an enormous crowd to the locnl School of Arts last night. Every inch ...

    Article : 2,115 words
  11. NEW ZEALANDERS.

    The correspondent of the "Morning Post' on the Somme front says that an Auckland private, a member of n bomb ing squad in the Flers trenches, saw his ...

    Article : 195 words
  12. DENMARK'S DEFICIT.

    The Danish Budget shows a deficit of £2,250,000, due to military expenditure, which cost over £3,000,000. ...

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  13. SALONICA FRONT.

    The Servians, following up their advantage eastwartl of Cerna, advanced one and, a quarter mile northward of Kaymachalan. ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. THE CAUCASUS.

    A Russian communique reports that all is quiet in the Caucasus. ...

    Article : 16 words
  15. THE ROUMANIANS.

    A German communique states:—The Roumanians won ground on both sides of the Kokel River, in Transylvania, North of Orsova we successfully attacked. ...

    Article : 58 words
  16. GREECE.

    The "Morning Post" Athens correspondent says the Government has ordered all Greek destroyers and torpedo boats to be moored at Salamis, alongside the ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. FRENCH ACHIEVEMENTS.

    General Joffre, in an order of the day congratulating the Somme army, says it has dealt blows from which the enemy will find it hard to recover. Verdun has ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. NORWAY ANGRY.

    The torpedoing of five Norwegian steamers to-day by submarines has increased the bitterness against Germany. The newspapers demand more stringent ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. GERMAN AMMUNITION.

    A Bavarian battalion order, found on the Somme front, upbraids the troops for their wasteful use of munitions, due to ne[?]ousness. The order adds: "Only company ...

    Article : 80 words
  20. DOOMED ZEPPELIN.

    Spectators narrate that the Zeppelin which fell at Potter's Bar about midnight on Saturday was doomed directly it was caught in the maze of searchlights. It sent ...

    Article : 419 words
  21. ALLIES' REPORTS.

    Sir Douglas Haig, reporting at midnight on.Monday, stated: After severo fighting in and about Eanucourt I'Abbaye, the enemy regained a footing in some of the ...

    Article : 378 words
  22. AT THE BARRACKS.

    The recruiting office was fairly besieged, and by three classes of individuals—(1) those who wished to volunteer; (2) those seeking information as to whete, as conscripts, they were ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. CHASTENED PRINCE.

    A plea to the United States to work in the direction of peace was uttered by the German Crown Prince in an interview with Mr. Will B. 13. Halt, at the ...

    Article : 427 words
  24. MR. COOK'S APPEAL.

    Mr. Cook, leader of the Federal Opposition, in a speech at Parramatta last night, said:— "I see our local Labour League has passed a resolution that they are opposed to ...

    Article : 1,883 words
  25. AMERICA'S ROLE.

    Viscount Bryce, late British Ambassador in the United States, has contributed an article to the "Manchester Guardian," in which he says that the majority of ...

    Article : 331 words
  26. SOUTH SYDNEY.

    Over 150 men answered the call at the registration office. In Dowling-street, Redfern, Captain Mort, the Military Registrar, and his staff had their hands full in coping with the ...

    Article : 93 words
  27. EAST SYDNEY.

    Captain Hollander and his staff were busily employed yesterday in enrolling men in the East Sydney sub-military district at the Tramway Department's yard, at Rushcutter ...

    Article : 116 words
  28. MALTESE LABOURERS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes), on being seen to-day in reference to the alleged Importation of Maltese under contract, said he was having the meet careful inquiry made into the ...

    Article : 161 words
  29. WEST SYDNEY.

    Owing to some mistake the enrolling centre for West Sydney was changed at the last moment from the drill hall, Mitchell-street, to the Town Hall. There is about a mile ...

    Article : 117 words
  30. NEUTRAL BAY.

    One of the greatest surprises of the day was that which occurred at the Neutral Bay drill hall. In Ernest-street, where provision, it appears, had only been made for something ...

    Article : 209 words
  31. GERMANY'S SUBMARINES

    Herr Dernburg (ex-Impe[?]al Secretary for the Colonies), who visited the United States in the early days of the war and conducted a German [?]ganda ...

    Article : 114 words
  32. NEWCASTLE.

    The president of the Colliery Employees' Tedoratlon at Newcastle recently wrote to the Premier with respect to the ptovision of public works to absoib unemployment there ...

    Article : 119 words
  33. TAKING OF EAUCOURT.

    A Paris message says that the British infantry advanced with characteristic spirit to capture the village of Eaucourt I'Abbaye The tanks [?]reatly aided the troops ...

    Article : 135 words
  34. ENEMY TRADE.

    The Jamaica legislature has unanimously adopted a resolution that it will not permit allen enemies to do business in Jamaica for 20 years after the war. ...

    Article : 37 words
  35. ZEPPELIN-DESTROYER.

    The 10-planes flying machine built by Glen Hammond Curtis, the airman, and described as a Zeppelin-destroyer, was tested at Buffalo. It showed a maximum ...

    Article : 48 words
  36. MERCHANT SHIPPING.

    The steamer Westmeath (from Rockhampton) has arrived at Table Bay. The steamer Mentor has left Glasgow for Melbourne. The 4-masted barque ...

    Article : 44 words
  37. THE NEW ZOO.

    The new Zoological Gardens at Taronga Park will be officially opened by the Piemier on Saturday next. at 3 p.m. ...

    Article : 28 words
  38. AMERICAN MUNITIONS.

    The value of the exports from New York during September was —2,000,000 per day, of which half was represented by munitions. ...

    Article : 31 words
  39. CLAIM AGAINST NEWSPAPER.

    The Supreme Court action. Burgess (secletary of the Shop Assistants' Union) against the "Sunday Times' newspaper, for alleged libel, resulted in a verdict for the ...

    Article : 78 words
  40. ARTARMON.

    Over two hundred men were attested at the drill hall, Broughton-road, Artarmon, and Major F. Howard Russel (military organiser) and Captain H. M. Norrie (medical officer) ...

    Article : 58 words
  41. SALE OF FIREARMS.

    Acting under clause 31 of the War Precautions Act, the military authorities have prohibited the sala of fireams and ammunition for the present. ...

    Article : 28 words
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