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  5. GERMAN ATTACK AT A STANDSTILL

    A White Paper containing Sir Edward Grey's correspondence with the European Powers has been issued. It shows that Great Britain's active ...

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  7. IN FRANCE

    A telegram from the fortress of Montmedy, in Meuse, states that the sound of cannon was heard in the direction of Longwy, a fortified town at Meurthe-et-Moscllc. ...

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  8. IN BELGIUM

    The German invading column has settled down to a seige. Liege is defended by six forts and six fortins (or little forts), forming a ring five miles ...

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  9. ON THE SEAS

    Reports of a great naval battle in the North Sea between the. German and British Fleets have been received from two sources. It is stated that the British Fleet was ...

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  10. IN ENGLAND

    The Government has, apppinted an influential Advisory- Committee to deal with cases of distress, The President is the Right Hon. Herbert Samuel (Postmaster-General), and several other ...

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  11. ROLLED BACK.

    A is officially announced that the Germans-operating in Belgium have asked for a tWenty hours armistice. They acknowledge 25,000 casualties. The ...

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  12. ENGLAND'S NEUTRALITY BARGAINED FOR

    On the 29th, Herr von Bethmann-Hollweg, after a visit to Potsdam, told Sir William Gos-chen that if Russia attacked Austria, a European conflagration might become inevitable, ...

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  13. MISS GEORGINA NIELD.

    Only daughter of the late Colonel J. C. Nield, who was married last Monday to Lieut.-Comnander Vaughan Lewis, R.N., of H.M.A.S. Australia.—Photo Kalk. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. GODS OF WAR.

    Conference between Mr. Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty; Admiral H.S.H. Prince Louis Alexander of Battenberg. First Sea Lord; and Admiral Sir George A. Callaghan, the original commander-in Chief of the Home Fleet. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. HAIL OF LEAD

    Details of the fight at Barchon (outside Liege) show that the Germans rushed in a strong column between Barchon and Evegnee. Under cover of artillery the invaders crept up ...

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  16. FOOD SUPPLIES

    The Cabinet has appointed a Committee on Food Supplies, and a conference has been held with representatives of firms owning 7000 distributing shops, to discuss measures to ...

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  17. NEWS RECEIVED IN NEW YORK

    New York is ringing with the news of a notable victory for the British Fleet in the North Sea. The New York "Globe" publishes an account ...

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  18. ENGLAND'S DUTY

    "Those who say that England should not have entered into this war," said Mr. Asquith, the Premier, to-day, "say in effect that we should have given Germany free license to ...

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    LIEUT.-COMMANDER VAUGHAN LEWIS, R.N., of H.M.A.S. Australia. who was married on Monday last, at St. James' Church, to Miss Georgina Nicld, only daughter ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. WHITE STAR LINER

    The "Olympic" is under orders to hold herself at the disposal of the Admiralty. [The Olympic is a British-built beat belonging to the White Star Line. Her gross registered ...

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  21. "SUNDAY TIMES" CABLES

    The cable service of the "Sunday Times" is the cable service of the leading papers of Australia, and is, therefore, the most reliable information it is ...

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  22. LAND CAMPAIGN

    The troop movements along the Franco-German frontier for the next ten days will be primarily designed" to protect concentration zones from hostile incursions. Any conflicts, ...

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  23. THE FORTS OF NAMUR. IN BELGIUM.

    which the German forces have not as yet encountered. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. A RIGHTEOUS WAR

    Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr. Asquith said Great Britain had unsheathed the sword to .protect the small nationalities, of Eurone, against the arbitrary will of an ...

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  25. A BISHOP AND HIS FLOCK

    When Bishop Sridka, the head of the Ukrainians in the Province of Saskatchewan, ordered the members of his Church to return to fight on Austria's behalf, the citizens of ...

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  26. PEACE MEETING BROKEN UP

    A crowd broke up, a peace meeting at Saffron Walden (Essex), and then marched to the head quarters of the Independent Labor Party, where they smashed the windows and hauled ...

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