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  2. CENSURE MOTION.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday Mr. E. Durack, member for Bathurst, moved:— "That the Government no longer possess the confidence of this House; ...

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  3. LATE WAR NEWS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, in his midday report, states:—We improved our position east of Butte De Warlencourt. We successfully raided trenches between ...

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  4. BELGIUM'S CHILDREN.

    The Lord Mayor of London has issued the following striking appeal on behalf of the children in Belgium:— "During my year of office nothing has ...

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  5. POLISH AUTONOMY.

    A German semiofficial message states that the demonstrations in Warsaw which followed the proclamation by the Austro-Germans of the independence of Poland ...

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  6. END OF A SUBMARINE.

    The German Government, through its wireless news service to neutrals, alleges that the German submarine U41, for the purposes of making a search, stopped a steamer which ...

    Article : 419 words
  7. ROUMANIAN STAND.

    The "Times" correspondent at Bucharest, Mr. Stanley Washburn, says that the Roumanians are standing as firmly and heroically as any soldiers in this world war. ...

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  8. THE SOMME FRENCH TAKE 600 PRISONERS SLIGHT GERMAN GAIN

    The British and French have resisted, on the Somme front, several very violent attacks, in which the ...

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  9. ALLEGED BRITISH BRUTALITY.

    Germany accusing Great Britain of brutality and ruthlessness is as dignified and convincing as would be a pickpocket accusing a High Court Judge of petty larceny. Germany knows ...

    Article : 477 words
  10. REFERENDUM.

    Mr. J. G. M'Laren, chief electoral officer of New South Wales, referred last night to the letter from Mr. C. G. Greenham in yesterday's "Herald," in which the writer quoted ...

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  11. ADMIRALTY'S REPLY.

    The Admiralty announces that the German press is attempting to make capital out of what they describe as a second Baralong case, one object of which is the incitement of ...

    Article : 373 words
  12. LIMITED POLISH AUTONOMY.

    Should half of the reports regarding the conditions attaching to Germany's offer to Poland be correct, her proposed gift would appear to partake very much of the nature of ...

    Article : 546 words
  13. AMERICAN TRADE.

    It is estimated that the United States' foreign trade in 1916 will be approximately £1,600,000,000. This represents one-fifth of the world's trade, and is 50 per cent. greater ...

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  14. A GREEK'S LETTERS.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Athens correspondent writes:—The Anglo-French secret agents raided the residence of M. Kalamasiotis, the Deputy for Piraeus, ...

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  15. DEATH OF MR. THOMAS JESSEP.

    The death occurred yesterday of Mr. Thomas Jessep, at his residence, 21 Newland-street, Waverley. ...

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  16. PRAYERS FOR THE EMPIRE.

    The Archbishops of Canterbury and York propose that special war prayers for the Empire be offered on the first Sunday of the New Year. The King approves. ...

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  17. FIERCE COUNTERATTACKS.

    Sir Douglas Haig, in his midnight report on Monday, stated:—Our front has been heavily shelled in the neighbourhood of Lesboeufs and Le Sars. The ...

    Article : 345 words
  18. BLOW FOR PRUSSIA.

    The first civilian to re-enter Fort Vaux after its reoccupation by the French was the Paris correspondent of the "New York Herald." He reports that, though ...

    Article : 171 words
  19. SUNK BY SUBMARINE.

    The small steamer Lanao (692 tons) has been sunk by a submarine. Thirty members of the crew have been landed. ...

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  20. MERCHANT SHIPPING.

    The barque M[?]efleld (from Auckland) has arrived at Buenos Aires. The four-masted schooner Mahukona has left Puget Sound for Melbourne. The ...

    Article : 38 words
  21. GERMAN SUBMARINE BASE.

    Mexico's reply to the British Note, demanding strict enforcement of neutrality regarding submarines, states that she will not permit violation of her neutrality. Mexico fails to ...

    Article : 66 words
  22. WAR NOTES.

    According to the cablegrams this morning there have been no great developments in the military operations along the various fronts. The Italians on the Carso Plateau ...

    Article : 527 words
  23. STATE POLITICS.

    The only new development in connection with the State political situation is that Mr. Griffith, Minister for Education, yesterday handed in his resignation as a member of ...

    Article : 382 words
  24. ENEMY BATTLESHIP

    The Admiralty announces that a submarine tired torpedoes and hit a German Dreadnought near the Danish coast yesterday. The damage is unknown. ...

    Article : 206 words
  25. WAR CASUALTIES.

    Private Leslie Phillip Falle, reported killed on September 30, was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fall[?], of Denisonstreet, Waverley. He was one of the first to ...

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  26. BRAVE DANISH SAILORS

    The Admiralty has made presents to the officers and crew of the Danish steamer V[?]dar who rescued the survivors from H.M.S. Shark during the Jutland battle under circumstances ...

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  27. GALLIPOLI GRAVES.

    The Apostolic Delegate in Constantinople, reporting on the condition of the Anglo-French graves at Suv[?]a and S[?]dd-el-Bahr, states that Enver Pasha facilitated his inquiry, which ...

    Article : 49 words
  28. NEED FOR MEN.

    The question of combing out men under the age of 31 from the police force for the army is under consideration. ...

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  29. IN MACEDONIA.

    A French communique states that the Macedonian army reports nothing except intermittent artillery fire. There have been patrol encounters. ...

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  30. WOUNDED.

    Captain Cuthbert, chief surveyor, Sydney Marine Underwriters' Association, has received a cable message from his son, Lieutenant Nool M. Cuthbert, advising that his ...

    Article : 58 words
  31. THE RUSSIANS.

    A Russian official message states:—Repeated enemy attempts to wrest from us dominating heights cast of Lipitza-Dolna wooded Carpathians were nullified. We ...

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  32. ADMIRALTY CRITICISED.

    There is considerable criticism in a section of the newspapers of the recent actions of the Admiralty, particularly since the raid by the German destroyers on the Channel ...

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  33. "REPLACE EVERY SHIP."

    The London correspondent of the "New York Times" interviewed Mr. Robert Yerburgh, M.P., president of the Navy League, who said that 217 chambers of commerce agree that ...

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  34. PRISONERS OF WAR.

    Private Stafford A. Ware, who was officially reported missing, has been found by the Red Cross Society, as a prisoner of war, in Germany. ...

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  35. NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS LEAVE.

    After a pleasant stay of a week in Sydney, the returned New Zealand soldiers left for Wellington yesterday morning by the steamer Riverina. Motor cars were provided by the ...

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  36. ITALIAN FRONT.

    An Italian official message states:—On the Carso we bombarded enemy works at Castagnavizza. We advanced and straightened our line at several points, and ...

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  37. RUSSIANS AND TURKS.

    A Russian communique states: Repeated Turkish attempts to attack in the region of Ognot (in Armenia) were arrested. ...

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  38. JAM FOR TROOPS.

    The War Office has contracted for a further 1,500,0001b of jam from Henry Jones' Co-operative[?] Ltd., Hobart. ...

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  39. CARPENTIER DECORATED.

    A Paris message says that Georges Carpenter, the boxer, has been decorated with the military medal for bravery. ...

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