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    The survivors picked up by the Flora were clinging to rafts of timber. Several English sailing boats are bringing more survivors to Ymuiden. All the spectators ...

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  3. ENORMOUS GERMAN LOSSES.

    Reuter's Paris correspondent reports that wounded men from the battlefield state that the Germans lost enormously during the last two days, and will be ...

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  4. TERRITORIALS AT MALTA.

    A message from Malta, which had been delayed by the censor, describes the arrival there of a force of London Terrtorials on September 13 and 14. ...

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  5. "COURIER" PATRIOTIC FUNDS. ANOTHER MAGNIFICENT RESPONSE.

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  6. GERMANS IN THE PACIFIC.

    Thesteamer Moresby, which arrived to-day from the Pacific Islands, brought news of the captere by the German of Burns, [?], and Co.'s small steamer ...

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  7. THE EXPENDITIONARY FORCE.

    Under new instructions issued by the censors last evening wo are unable to publish delails of the enrolment of troops to assist the Motherland in her hour of ...

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  8. PRUSSIAN MILITARY CASTE.

    The Earl of Rosebery, speaking in Midlothian, stated:"We are fighting for the public law of Europe, on which all international relations must be based, unless ...

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  9. [?]INING AND COUNTERMINING.

    Sapper Gilhooly, of the Royal Engineers, relates:—"Last week, on the Marne, we spent two days in constructing a mine towards the German lines. When it was ...

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  10. GERMAN AGENTS ACTIVE.

    German agents provocateurs, who were traversing Sweden with a view to provoking an insurrection in Finland, were arrested and expelled. They ...

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  11. SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES.

    General Louis Botha, the Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, will take supreme command of the operations against the Germans in South-west ...

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  12. BRITONS AND GERMANS.

    Professor Lenard, of Heidelberg, in a pamphlet says that England is the central and supreme academy for all the hypocrisy of the world, and must be ...

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  13. ACTIVITY IN BELGIUM.

    The London "Daily Telegraph's" correspondent with the Belgi[?] forces states that several divisions have left Antwerp and are advancing against the German ...

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  14. ADDRESSING OF CORRESPONDENCE.

    The military authorities advise as follows:—A base record office will be established at Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, on the departure of the Australian ...

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  15. A GERMAN STATEMENT.

    The German consul states that submarine U9 safely returned undamaged. A message from Berlin states that only only submarine attacked the Aboukir, ...

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  16. GERMANS IN BELGIUM.

    Mr. M. Donohoe, the war correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle", who is with the Belgian army, telegraphs that the Germans stampeded out of Termonde, ...

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  17. A CIRCASSIAN DASH.

    Sixty Circassian troopers entered Czestochowa, a town in Russian Poland, near the frontier of Silesia, from three points. The Cireassians overpowered the German ...

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  18. EAST AFRICA.

    A letter from a bluejacket on the British cruiser Pegasus states that the vessel fired broadsides into Dar-es[?] Salaam the principal port in Germann ...

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  19. THE NEWS IN BERLIN.

    The announcement at Berlin of the sinking of the British cruisers caused great enthusiasm, and it was declared that Great Britain had received a mere ...

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  20. THE WORK OF RESCUE.

    The captain of the Dutch steamer Titan, which has arrived at Rotterdam, states that when 30 miles off the coast he saw three English cruisers on the horizon. He ...

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  21. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES.

    Nearly half a million abandoned Austrian rifles have been captured by the Russians, who also secured many entire batteries. ...

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  22. GERMAN WARSHIPS SUNK.

    It is reported that the Russian cruiser Bayan sank a German cruiser and two German torpedo boats which were laying mines in the Baltic. ...

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  23. UNPRECEDENTED CONDITIONS.

    At the conclusion of to-day's Cabinet meeting the Prime Minister (Hon. A. Fisher) made the following announcement: "The Government is engaged in ...

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  24. GERMAN WOUNDED.

    A telegram from Maastricht states that 50,000 German wounded have passed through Llege during the last few days, en route to Germany. ...

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  25. THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE.

    It is officially announced that the Russians have occupied wislock, in Galicia. ...

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  26. GERMAN HORSES

    The Germans at Brahaul, in East Flanders, have requisitioned 20,000 horses. At member of the French General StafI ...

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  27. FRENCH CANADIANS.

    A deputation of French Canadians is seeking sunction for the incorporation of a regiment recruited in Quebec for foreign service. Five thousand French Canadians ...

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  28. QUESTIONS IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday Mr. Petrie asked the Minister for Lands of explain the position of selectores enlisting with the Expeditionary Forces ...

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  29. JAROSLAU TAKEN.

    The Prime Minister has received the following message from the High Commissioner:— LONDON, September 24, 1 a.m.— ...

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  30. THE SEIZED WHEAT.

    The State Government to-day disposed of 40,000 bushels of the seized wheal at 4/2 per bushel. This quantity was sold mostly to millers. The Attorney-General ...

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  31. WHEAT CULTURE IN CANADA.

    The " Toronto Star" states that the farmers in Ontario are preparing an exceptionally large acreage for autumn wheat, and probably the yield in Ontario ...

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  32. LOSS OF THE AUSTRALIAN SUBMARINE.

    The " Morgen Post," Berlin, remarks that from the loss of the Australian submarine it is evident that the German fleet in the Pacific is not idle. ...

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  33. GERMAN VANDALISM.

    The military headquarters authorities at Berlin indiguantly protest against the accusation that the German troops for the lust of vandalism destroyed ...

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  34. CEREALS INSTEAD OF COTTON.

    Tha Ministry of Agricultura has decided to reduce the area under cotton by a million acres. This area will be devoted to the raising of cereals ...

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  35. LATEST DETAILS.

    The three ciuisers had been for some time patrolling the North Sea. The Aboukir felt the shock on the port side, and an explosion followed. A column ...

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  36. GERMANY'S PLANS CHANGED.

    The Petrograd correspondent of the London '"Chronicle" states there is no doubt that the German plans have been radically changed. While maintaining the ...

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  37. A TRAWLER SUNK.

    The trawler Kilmarnock was sunk by a submarine mine, and six of those on board were killed. ...

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  38. WORLD'S ARMAMENTS.

    Replying to interviewing journalists, President Woodrow Wilson stated that a discussion on the world's armaments would be impractiable and silly. ...

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  39. EXPEDITIONARY FORCES—A SUGGESTION.

    Sir,—[?] came to me as coincident that his Excellency the Governor-General expressed sentiments that have lately occurred to myself. Reflecting on much ...

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  40. IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    General Sir Edward Hutton welcomed 1700 Northumberland men at the Aylesbury camp to-day. There was a remarkable scene when every mau raised his ...

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  41. AN INTERESTING LETTER.

    The Premier (Hon. D. F. Denham) has received from his brother in London (Mr. K. Denham) a very interesting letter, dated August 13, containing the following ...

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  42. MYSTERIOUS WIRELESS.

    It is reported that the Government is searching for a mysterious wireless plant which is operating in the mountains above the Pacific coast, and sending uncensored ...

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  43. THE REIMS TAPESTRIES.

    The famous tapestries in the nave of Reims Cathedral were removed before the bombardment. ...

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  44. HELP FOR BUSINESS FIRMS.

    It is stated that the Government is considering a scheme for advancing money for businesses temporarily embarrassed by the war. ...

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  45. A STERN CHASE.

    The giant Japanese liner Chiyo Maru, the largest passenger vessel in the Pacific Ocean, plying from the Orient to San Francisco, came into port the other day ...

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  46. AFFRAY ON A STEAMER.

    A New York message to the Paris "Matin" states that race rivalry occasioned an affray on board the German steamer Bleueher, bound from Hamburg ...

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  47. THE DAMAGE TO THE CATHEDRAL.

    [?]-witness of the bombardment of Reims states that the cathedral was not completely gutted. All the statues and windows were smashed, and the interior ...

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  48. MONTENEGRIN OPERATIONS.

    The Montenegrins are placing on Mount Lovechen a long range cannon capable of dismantling the forts at the Austrian port of Cattaro, in Dalmatia, and ...

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  49. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    The wheat market is quiet, and closing prices were in buyers' favour. The Chicago market is ouieter. September wheat is quoted at 108½ cents per bushel, ...

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  50. THE ALBANIAN THRONE.

    "Die Ziet," at Vienna, states that the Prince of Wied is addressing a proclamation to Albaniane announcing his abdication of the throne of Albania ...

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  51. GARIBALDIAN VOLUNTEERS.

    A message from Lyons states that Giuseppe Garibaldi, with 5000 red shirt volunteers, is proceeding to an unknown destination. ...

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  52. DESTRUCTION OF LOUVAIN.

    The German accusations against Belgian women as a reason for the destruction of Louvain are based upon statements made by Hermann Consten, who is represented ...

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  53. DEMAND FOR CORNED BEEF.

    There is a strong demand for corned beef on the spot at about 1/ pel lb. for llb. tins, and 9d. per lb. for 61b. tins. ...

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  54. FIRST AID LECTURES.

    The third of a series of lectures on "First Aid to the Wounded" was given by Mr. W. C. Hargreaves at the New[?] market Hall, Kelvin Grove, on Tuesday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  55. THE ITALIAN FRONTIER.

    Despite the Austrian officials, the news papers are publishing details of the Austrian armaments on the Italian frontier. ...

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  56. BRITISH WOMEN AND CHILDREN

    A second batch of 100 British women and children have arrived at Rotteterdam from Germany, on their way to England. ...

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  57. PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT.

    There was a good attendance at the Brisbane Cricket Ground last night, when the second patriotic benefit, arranged by the management of the Woolloongabba ...

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  58. SINKING OF THE CRUISERS.

    The survivors from the cruisers who reached here are being conveyed to Amsterdam, expect 21 of the wounded, who will remain here. Among the rescued ...

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  59. CABLE NOTIFICATIONS.

    The Deputy Postmaster-General advises that arrangements have now been made for the text of plain language telegrams, including signatures to be counted and ...

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  60. MURDERING PEASANTS.

    The London "Daily Telegraph's" correspondent with the Belgian troops states that 14 peasants at Lebbeke, in East Flanders, who were unarmed, were ...

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  61. CANVAS DWELLINGS.

    The State Cabinet to-day decided upon the erection of 500 canvas dwellings for the accommodation of the families of men employed by the Government on relief ...

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  62. DROPPING BOMBS.

    A second aeroplane bomb has been discovered in the court yard of the Calvarienberg religious house at Ma[?]strich[?], wherein the Dutch Red Cross Society was ...

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  63. A MODERN SEA TALE.

    The tales of treasure ships that fled from Captain Kidd and his like in the romantic days of the Spanish Main can[?] not be permanently robbed of any of ...

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  64. GERMANY'S PERFIDY.

    It transpires that the steamer Baven, which was acting as a tender to the German cruiser Dresden, when the British steamer Holmwood was sunk, cleared ...

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  65. THE AMERICAN VIEW.

    An American view of the war (seen through a hole in the almighty dollar) is tersely expressed in this caption, which appears on the iront page of the ...

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  66. PRICE OF KEROSENE.

    On and from to-day a reduction of 2d per case in the selling price of American White Rose kersone will take effect. The agents announce that this ...

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