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  2. HEAVY LOSS.

    It is officially announced that the battleship Majestic. 14,900 tons, was torpedoed and sunk by a submarine off Gallipoli. ...

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  3. THE TURK

    An official message from Cairo states: General Birdwood roports that during the armistico granted to the Turks to ...

    Article : 158 words
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  6. ERODING FRONT.

    "Eye witness", in a report dated May 25. reviewing operations during the past few days, says that the ground was heavy on Thursday ...

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  7. TURKISH DESTROYED TORPEDOED.

    A French submarine torpodoed a Turkish deatroyer not far from Constantinople. ...

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  8. ALLIES' REINFORCEMENTS.

    The Allies' reinforcements are,continually arriving at the Dardanelles. Shells from the allied fleet are falling like a veritable rain of fire on ...

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  9. FOUR HUNDRED KILLED ON TROOPSHIP.

    The Princess Irene was engaged as a troopship. Four hundred of those on board were killed, by the explosion. ...

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  10. THE FALLEN.

    The twenty fifth casualty list issued this morning, contains 278 names' including 41 deaths. NEW SOUTH WALES. ...

    Article : 475 words
  11. IN THE WEST.

    An official message says:—in Belgium along the Yser Canal there have been Intermittent artillery engagements. North of Arras has been ...

    Article : 104 words
  12. To Constantinople.

    The Admiralty states that Submarine Ell sank a vessel laden with a great quantity of heavy guns and ammunition in the Sea of Marmora. ...

    Article : 73 words
  13. FLANNEL.

    A fresh parcel just received of white, with fine black line, unshrinkable, washing flannel; also a beautiful lot of Flannelette blousings. Our ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. Telegrams.

    Speaking at a meeting of the Bank of N.S. Wales, Sir Charles Mckellar stated that up to the present over 100 bank employees had gone to the ...

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  15. CONVENT BELGIAN CONCERT.

    In our paragraph referring to the above entertainment yesterday, we omitted to mention that the children attending both Convent Schools are ...

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  16. YOUNG TURKS WANT PEACE.

    It is stated that a formes Turkish Finance Minister has arrived in Berlin, his object being to hold a consultation with the Government ...

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  17. CRUSH GERMANY.

    The War Contingent Association, comprising 1000 Australians, held a meeting at the trocadero, Sir George Reid, who presided, said that the ...

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  18. BABAUL ALLEGATIONS.

    In the House of Representatives Mr. Fisher, in reply to a question, said that the matter of a court martial on the Rabaul allegations had been left ...

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  19. THE CHILDREN'S £10,000.

    The Education Department has received £8471 from 950 schools in connection with the Empire Day Belgian effort. ...

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  20. COLD FEET.

    Don't suffer the discomfort of cola feet It means chilblains, tless nights, and general misery. one of our new long wearing hot water ...

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  21. ANOTHER ZEPPELIN RAID.

    Another Zeppelin raid has been, carried out on the East Coast. Fifty bombs were dropped on Southend, the raid lasting half an hour. Two ...

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  22. EFFECTS OF THE WAR.

    Sir charles Mackellar, addressing a meeting of the Bank of N.S.W., said that when he last revised the financial situation the war had been in ...

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  23. BELGIAN MALES ENROL.

    All Belgian males between the ages of 1 and 25 who are now in, Great Britain have, been ordered to enrol before June 20. ...

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  24. TWENTY SIXTH LIST

    The twenty sixth casualty list was issued to-night. It contains 309 names including 36 depths. Nearly all the in New South Wales district:: ...

    Article : 315 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN EGYPT.

    To-night, in the Australian Hall, will be shown the most interesting war picture yet screened. Here we shall see our heroes in the arid ...

    Article : 135 words
  26. The Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS.

    In the list of special donations given on Empire Day, at Wade Park. appeared an acknowledgment of £10 from Mr. T. J. Norton. We arc ...

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  27. Still Advancing.

    On the Trentine frontier we occupied Monte Altissiao, from which the enemy was forced to retire, leaving much war material in our hands. ...

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  29. "VITADATIO."

    During the hearing of the Vitadatio case Dr. Palmer agreed to write the names of the secret herbs in "Vitadatio" for perusal by the bench and ...

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  30. CHURCH SERVICES.

    Congregational Church.—In the East Orange Church to-morrow, the pastor (Rev. S. A. Faulkner), will take as his subjects:—morning, ...

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  31. BICYCLE ACCIDENT.

    Yesterday afternoon two of the Croagh Patrick College, in Masters Keith. Flynn and Tom McLoughlin, were riding home from school, ...

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  32. THE EAST.

    Messages from Petrograd state that the enemy attacked along the whole Russian front, between the Vistula and the left bank of the San. ...

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  33. CASUALTIES OF LOCAL INTEREST

    Amongst the latest list killed soldiers appears the name of Corporal W. J. Goode, who died of wounds. He was 26 years of age, and a son of the ...

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  34. CLIMBING UP.

    Prices of meat for human consumption in Australia will soan be as prohibitive as in Great Britain. Yesterday the butchers in Orange ...

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  35. FOR MEN ONLY.

    Just landed, ex S.S. Commonwealth, a large shipment of.'Morley's' famous unshrinkable men's underwear. 'Morley's' is a guarantee of quality. Vests ...

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  36. Steeped in Disease.

    The official press bureau has issued a report on relief work in Servia. The report states that in March at ...

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  37. MR. A. O. THWAITE'S DEPARTURE.

    A meeting of a number of citizens, presided over by the Mayor (Aid. E. T. McNeilly), took place at the Royal Hotel last night for the purpose of ...

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  38. PTE. O'BREE KILLED

    A private cable received, in Orange yesterday announced the death at Gallipoli of Pt O'Bree, son of Mr. O'Bree, the well known Massey Harris ...

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  39. ADMIRALTY CHANGE.

    It is officially, announced by the Press Bureau that the King; approved of Rear Admiral Sir Henry Jackson snceeding Admiral Lord Fisher. ...

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  40. PTE. WINSLETT WOUNDED

    Mrs. Arthur Corkett of Lord's place, whose brother-in-law was recently killed at Gallipoli, Yesterday received work that her brother, pte Win ...

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