A French communique states: There was lively reciprocal artillery firing on the right bank of the Mense, particularly in the regions of Bezonfaux, Bois des ...Article : 64 words
The Prime Minister, Mr. Lloyd George, stated in the House of Commons that Britain could not at present see that she was likely to attain her objects by accepting the German Chancellor's invitation to enter into peace ...Article : 179 words
Speaking in the French Senate, M. Briand said that the Allies will, in concert, reply immediately to Germany, intimating that it was impossible to take ...Article : 98 words
Mr. Redmond (leader of the Irish Nationalists) eulogised the patriotism, reticence, and magnanimity of Mr. Asquith's speech and his labours on behalf of ...Article : 199 words
A French communique states: The enemy bombarded our new lines at Verdun, in the region of Louvemont and Chambrette Farm. Two enemy ...Article : 62 words
A German communique says:—Russian attacks in Putna Valley were repulsed. We have captured 1000 Russo-Roumanians and many food-laden vehicles in Wallachia ...Article : 56 words
Lord Curzon (Lord President, of the Council) made a statement in the House of Lords similar to that of the Premier. He said he did not regard the coalition ...Article : 120 words
The newspapers state that the Greek authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of M. Venizelos on a charge of high treason. They protest against this ...Article : 71 words
A very important statement on the war situation, and what was, in effect, a reply to the German peace overtures, was made by the new Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd ...Article : 5,390 words
Mr. G. J. Wardle (Labour) said the Labour classes wanted a settlement of the Irish problem. The application of compulsory national service would require ...Article : 89 words
The Derlin correspondent of the United Press Association says that Germany's answer to the American Note regarding the sinking of the American steamer Columbian, states that ...Article : 123 words
The newspapers unanimously approve of Mr. Lloyd George's statement of the Allies' attitude towards the German peace offer. ...Article : 23 words
The Stockholm correspondent of the "Manchester Guardian" telegraphs that despite the closest watching and heavy penalties, smuggling to Germany is flourishing from ...Article : 141 words
The "New York Times" publishes Mr. Lloyd George's speech verbatim, and comments: "This reply leaves the way open to a further exchange. The statement that ...Article : 218 words
Mr. Asquith was loudly cheered. He heartily congratulated Mr. Lloyd George on attaining to the Premiership, and reechoed his disclaimer of party ties. He ...Article : 542 words
Sir Richard Winfrey (Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture) stated in the House of Commons to-night that the Government intended to guarantee a fixed ...Article : 52 words
Mr. J. L. Macpherson (Under-Secretary for War), replying to a question in the House of Commons, protested against a member describing Field Punishment No. 1 as ...Article : 64 words
Captain Beauchamp, who, last month, [?] from the French lines in France to Venice, bombing Munich en route, has been killed in an aerial duel at Douaumont. ...Article : 48 words
In the Italian Chamber of Deputies today Baron Sonnino,, Minister for Foreign Affairs, stated that the German Peace Note was merely waste paper. ...Article : 176 words
Four men were buried by a fall of groun[?] on the 1000ft level in the Proprietary min[?] this afternoon. They were:—John Charles Alex. Clarke, M. Hughes, and J. Mills. Clar[?] ...Article : 111 words
A fire was discovered in the shop porti[?] of a building at 41 Henderson-road. Alexa[?] dria, at an early hour yesterday. The buil[?] ing was only slightly damaged, the fire [?] ...Article : 64 words
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