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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 24 words
  3. WESTERN FRONT.

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:—Yesterday's prisoners a Monchy-le-Preux numbered 64. Hostile raiders eastward of Shrewsbury ...

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  4. ANARCHY RIFE.

    The "Times" in a leader says:—"It is premature to read the far-reaching intention of the German operations in the Riga Gulf. It was natural that ...

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  5. CLASHING OF SHOW DATES.

    According to a report of the last meeting of the Corowa P., A. and H. Society strong indignation was expressed at the notion oil the committee of the ...

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  6. THE ROCK TRAGEDY.

    The conclusion was reached in the Supreme Court, Wagga, yesterday, before Mr. Justice Gordon, of the case in which Oswald Henry Dixon was ...

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  7. THE STRIKE.

    Bishop Long, addressing the Anglican Synod at Bathurst today, said: The recent strike was a revelation of the malady of sectionalism which has been ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. Hospital Visiting Committee.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 20 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Joseph Carswell, of Wagga, received word yesterday, informing him that his youngest son, Pte. P. J. Carswell, had been wounded. Pte. Carswell ...

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  10. EASTERN THEATRE.

    A French eastern communique states: A successful raid was made by the British troops at Hamondos west of Seres, no prisoners and two ...

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  11. VIOLENT ARTILLERY ACTIONS

    A French communique states:—On the Aisne front reciprocal artillery tiling, continued liveliest in the region of the plateaux between Aill[?] ...

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  12. Wagga Benevolent Society.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 10 words
  13. HEIGHT OF THE RIVER.

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  14. FIGHTING IN SALONICA.

    A British official report from Salonika states:—Scottish troops successfully raided at Hamo Dos, south-west-ward of Seres, taking 143 prisoners ...

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  15. SEAMEN'S MEETING IN MELBOURNE.

    According to statements made by seamen, ink bottles were thrown at yesterday a meeting of the Seamen's Union in Melbourne, and there were most violent ...

    Article : 61 words
  16. GERMAN REPORT.

    A German official report states:—The English penetrated between the Scarpe and the Cambrai-Arras road Counter attacks drove them out. ...

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  17. ITALIAN FRONT.

    An Italian official report states:—We completely broke up an attack near Lokavac, preceded by lavish artillery firing from Flondar to the sea. ...

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  18. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day, Mr. B. J. Doe, the new member for the Murray, was sworn in and took his seat. The Acting Premier, Mr. Fuller, tabled ...

    Article : 464 words
  19. WAGES AND OUTPUT.

    The industrial crisis from which the (State and Commonwealth have not yet quite emerged has brought into prominence the matter of relationship ...

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  20. WOOL AND BASIL WORKERS.

    Mr. Justice Heydon reserved hit judgment in the application for the cancellation of the registration of the Wool and Basil Workers' Association. He ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. RUSSIAN OFFICIAL REPORT.

    A Russian official report states:—The enemy occupied Arensburg on Saturday, their aerial and naval forces supporting their land operations. A ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. FIERCE FIGHTING PREDICTED.

    Mr. Jeffries reports that there are prospects of the fiercest fighting yet on the slopes of the Bainsizza platea The enemy artillery firing is heavier ...

    Article : 90 words
  23. ARBITRATION LAWS.

    Mr. Bodkin, secretary of the Railway and Tramway Men's Union, declared to-day that had Mr. Fuller exercised the powers which he held to enforce the ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. ITEMS OF NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 48 words
  25. WAGGA POLICE COURT.

    Annie Oliver, 37, was charged with having been found drunk on the previous evening, in Baylis-street; also with having, at the same time and place ...

    Article : 267 words
  26. ENEMY REPORT PROGRESS.

    A German official report states:—We rapidly progressed on Oesel island, repeatedly overcoming the enemy We cut off Sworbe ...

    Article : 65 words
  27. CABLEGRAMS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 69 words
  28. WAR ON THE SEA.

    The Admiralty reports Out the mine-sweeping sloop Begonia is overdue and is considered to have been lost with all hands. ...

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  29. APPLICANTS FOR RELIEF.

    The doors of the Town Hall Belief Fund were again opened at an early hour this morning and within four hour" over 1000 applicants had been dealt ...

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  30. NO HOPE OF SAVING ISLANDS

    Mr. Williams states that the authorities at Petrograd have abandoned all hope of saving the islands in the Riga Gulf. Russian disorganisation ...

    Article : 151 words
  31. AMUSEMENTS.

    A fair house assembled to greet Clay's Company at the Strand last night. The musical absurdity, "Oh, You Girls," was well staged. Joe Rox and Wal Rockley ...

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  32. WAGGA SUPREME COURT.

    Three civil cases are listed for bearing at the Wagga sittings of the Supreme Court, namely, Capron v. Capron; Wilson v. Southern Riverina Farmers' ...

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  33. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT.

    Referring to night to the new conditions under which wharf laborers and coal lumpers are engaged, the Acting Premier said that casual work was still ...

    Article : 89 words
  34. FRENCH STEAMER TORPEDOED.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent reports that a steamer carrying 559 passengers, including Algerian soldiers, some prisoners and 67 of a crew, was ...

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  35. RABBITS, FOXES, AND SHEEP LOSSES.

    Mr. E. G. Lynch, rabbit inspector at Bathurst, reports that in the past month be inspected 65 holdings. In all these localities trapping had been almost the ...

    Article : 170 words
  36. ITALIAN STEAMER AND LIFEBOATS SUNK.

    Reuter's Athens correspondent reports that a German submarine torpedoed the Italian steamer' Bari, and also sank several lifeboats. Fifty ...

    Article : 77 words
  37. Defrauding the Railway.

    Albert John Thomas Smith, 21, and Henry Baker, were charged with having, on October 16, travelled in a carriage employed upon the New South ...

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  38. WOMAN SPY.

    Matahari, a beautiful Dutch dancer, was shot at Paris on Monday morning, having been found guilty of espionage and betraying the tanks ...

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  39. THE STRAND.

    "Castles for Two" is the title of the Lasky production to be screened at the Straud Theatre to-night, featuring Marie Dora. It is described as "a sparkling ...

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  40. IMPROVEMENT IN NAVY.

    The "Times" Petrograd correspondent writes:—There are signs of improvement in the morale of the Russian navy. The Bolshevik ...

    Article : 174 words
  41. GERMANY AND TURKEY.

    Reuter's Amsterdam corresponded stales that great preparations arc being made in Constantinople in connection with the visit of the ...

    Article : 68 words
  42. MEN FOR THE ARMY.

    Professor Macintyre (Chairman of the New South Wales Recruiting Committee) had a conference to-day with the Minister for Defence, and ...

    Article : 61 words
  43. THE COLEDALE CONSPIRACY

    Charles Thorburn and May Roy were charged at Coledale to-day with conspiracy against Frederick Louden and James M'Enauey, who were last week ...

    Article : 175 words
  44. THE WRONG JURYMAN.

    On the first day of the present sittings of the Supreme Court at Wagga Arthur Hoye was called as a juryman and as he failed to answer to his name ...

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  45. Several Charges.

    Charles Winnacott pleaded guilty to having been found drunk in the Town Hall Gardens on the previous day and was fined 5/ or 24 hours' hard labor. . ...

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  46. THE SPORTSMEN'S UNIT.

    A well-attended open air meeting was held last night opposite the Strand Theatre, in connection with the effort to raise a Sportsmen's Unit. ...

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  47. DISSENSION IN GERMANY.

    The "Times" Amsterdam correspondent states definitely that Baron von Kuhlmann will shortly succeed Dr. Michaehs as Chancellor. ...

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  48. RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY ASSOCIATION.

    A special meeting of the Cootamundra branch of the New South Wales Amalgamated Railway and Tramway Association was held at the ...

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  49. POSSIBLE ZEPPELIN BASE.

    Well-informed circles at Petrograd regard the Oesel and Dago Islands and the Gulf of Riga lost. Nevertheless, the value of Riga to the ...

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  50. SOCIALIST MOTIONS.

    Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent states that the agenda paper for the meeting of the German Socialist party includes several motions to reject war ...

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  51. BUSINESS NOTIFICATIONS.

    A moonlight carnival and plain and fancy dress ball will be held in the Matong School of Arts on October 24, in aid of the local Soldiers' Comforts ...

    Article : 146 words
  52. PRO-TIRPITZ CAMPAIGN.

    Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent states that the pan-Germans are campaigning in favor of the return of Admiral von Tirpitz to the ...

    Article : 72 words
  53. EAST-WEST RAILWAY.

    The Minister for Federal Railways Mr. Watt, states that the two ends of the trans-continental railway will meet to-morrow, or at latest on ...

    Article : 75 words
  54. RUSSIAN SAILORS QUARREL.

    During a disturbance among a number of Russian soldiers at Dawes Point early this morning Mathies Dlaushun was struck over the left eye and had to have ...

    Article : 65 words
  55. EMBEZZLING CARGO.

    Six men who were arrested on a charge of embezzling cargo from a steamer in port were brought before the court to-day and remanded. ...

    Article : 46 words
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