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  2. THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE.

    A Russion communique states: The Russions continue the pursuit from Kovel and Brody, and southward of the Dniester. ...

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  3. ITALIAN CAMPAIGN

    An Italian communique States: We shelled the railway stations in the Lagarina valley, and attacked northward of Monte Cimone, and gained ground. The ...

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  4. THE NEW YORK EXPLOSION.

    Further details of the disastrous explosion show that the works of the National Storage Company, which was manufacturing munitions for the Allies, ...

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  5. ANGLO-FRENCH OFFENSIVE.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief in France, reports: Last night we heavily bombarded the German positions from the Ancre to the Somme. ...

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  6. RETURN OF MR. HUGHES.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. W. M. Hughes) arrived to-day, and was accorded an enthuslastic reception, He was met at the wharf by the Premier (Mr. F. Wilson), ...

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  7. "COURIER" PATRIOTIC FUNDS.

    A good start was made this week with the "courier" Patriotic Funds, the donations, which were distributed over seven sources, amounting to £52/4/3, bringing ...

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  8. ENLISTMENT STATISTICS.

    The recruits obtained yesterday numbered 54, the men coming from the following centres:—Brisbane 20, Townsville 2, Rockhampton 1, Toowoomba 7, ...

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  9. MELBOURNE TRADES HALL RAIDED.

    The Melbourne Trades Hall and offices of the "Labour Call" were raided by officers of the intelligence section of the Defence Department late on Saturday ...

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  10. SITUATION IN GREECE.

    In accordance with the demands of the Allies, Greece has appointed 10 new prefetts in the principal provinces. They are mostly Venezelists. ...

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  11. COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS.

    At the Toowoomba recruiting centre for the 24 hours ended 1 p.m. to-day there were 10 volunteers, and six were accepted and four provisionally accepted. Those ...

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  12. SERBIAN ADVANCE.

    The Serbians are advancing northward of Vodena, and captured Fort Kovil. The Bulgarians are fleeing to the mountain ridges, and left many dead. ...

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  13. ANTI-CONSCRIPTION PLACARDS.

    A number of "proclamations" connected with the anti-conscription movement, which is being worked through the A.M.A., are being posted throughout the ...

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  14. FRENCH OPERATIONS.

    An official communique issued to-day states: We repulsed a reconnaissance southward of Lihons, and stopped an attack at Fleury. The bombardment ...

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  15. DELAY OF A TRANSPORT.

    It appears that about 40 wha[?] labourers joined in the refusal to unload sugar from Queensland at Sydney, which refusal aroused the indignation, of the ...

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  16. CONDITION OF THE ALBANIANS.

    Reports have been received that the situation in Albania is daily becoming worse. Hunger is raging in the Austrian army, which has requisitioned all the ...

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  17. PRESENTATIONS.

    About 35 employees of the Queensland Railway Workshops, Northgate, met at the Shamrock Hotel, Valley, on Friday night, to bid farewell to Messrs. P. J. ...

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  18. THE BRITISH BLACK LIST.

    The note from the United States Government to Great Britain with regard to the black-listing of American films says: "The black list seems to embody a policy ...

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  19. DELVILLE WOOD.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, correspondent with the British Headquarters in France, in a despatch says: The British bombardment at Delville Wood, which began on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German communique states Between the Ancre and the Somme the enemy's fire increased with the greatest intensity. English local attacks near ...

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  21. BRITISH BOMBARDMENT.

    The correspondent of the "Morning Post" on the West Front states that after capturing Delville Wood the British discovered many Germans in the ...

    Article : 355 words
  22. ENLISTMENTS IN OTHER STATES.

    To-day's recruiting figures were:—Volunteered, 107; accepted, 68. MELBOURNE, July 31. In Victoria to-day 39 recruits were ...

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  23. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German communique states: General von Hindenburg's fire prevented strong patros from crossing the Duna. A Russian attack southward of Skrobova broke ...

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  24. THE ANZACS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in France, recently cabled to the Commonwealth Government an expression of his ...

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  25. SPEECH AT PERTH.

    There was a monster gathering in His Majesty's Theatre to see and hear Mr. Hughes. The mayor presided, and among others on the platform were the ...

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  26. STIMULATING RECRUITING.

    The Mayor of Brisbane announces that at the request of a number of influential citizens he is convening a public meeting to be held in the City Council Chamber, ...

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  27. WONDERS OF THE HEAVENS.

    Those who attended at the "Aldencraig" Observatory on Sunday last were rewarded by magnificen views of the partial eclipse of the sun, which took ...

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  28. THE WAR LOAN.

    To-day is the last day on which the opportunity will remain open for the public to take its full part in subscribing to the present issue of the Commonwealth War ...

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  29. PRESENTATIONS AT ANNERLEY.

    There was a large attendance in the Walker Memorial Hall, Ipswich-road, Annerley, last evening, when presentations were made by the Stephens Shire ...

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  30. ROYAL VISIT TO A HOSPITAL.

    Their Majesties the King and Queen visited the West Ham Hospital, nnd spoke to 17 Anzac patients, inquiring, into their progress. ...

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  31. TURKISH ATTACKS REPULSED.

    A Russian communique states: We repulsed two Turkish attacks westward of Gumichany, and drove out the Turks from a series of strengthened positions in the ...

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  32. ART UNION.

    The results of an art union for prizes donated by Mrs. K. Martin, Bughtstone, Paik load, South Brisbane, are as under:—First prize, table centre, 1372, ...

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  33. PERSONAL NOTES.

    News has been received by cable from France that Lieutenant Kenneth H. M'Connel has been severely wounded in the leg, and that Lieutenant B. G. White ...

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  34. TURKISH COMMUNIQUE.

    A Turkish communique states: We captured food vessels on the Euphrates near Kyrna, killing nine and wounding four English. ...

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  35. ENGAGEMENTS IN EGYPT.

    It is officially stated from Egypt: Severa patrol engagements took place on Friday, in one of which the New Zealand mounted troops caused 50 enemy ...

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  36. BRISBANE GIRLS' CLUB.

    At the concert given by Miss Ethel Gardner, L.T.C.L., L.A.B., under the auspices of the Brisbane Gilrs' Club, in aid of the 41st and 42nd Battalion ...

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  37. AN ECHO OF THE RAIDER [?].

    A number of scamen who have been through perilous times, but still undauntedly face the perils of the deep, arrived in Brisbane yesterday. The ...

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  38. MURDER OF CAPTAIN FRYATT.

    Mr. T. J. Macnamara, Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to the Admiralty, in a speech said: "Captain Fryatt's death fills all minds and stirs our deopest ...

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  39. CODE MESSAGES TO SOLDIERS.

    As previously mentioned in the "Courier," parents and friends may effect a considerable saving in the cost of cabling messages to those at the ...

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  40. AIR RAID ON ENGLAND.

    A German wireless message states: A squadron of airships b[?] the middle English east coast, the railroad establishments at Lincoln, industrial establishments ...

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  41. RESIDENTIAL CLUB.

    The Government having been approached for assistance in the erection of a residential club for returned soldiers the Cabinet has decided to place a sum of ...

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  42. THE QUALIFIED MORATORIUM.

    In reply to a question the Minister for Defence to-day indicated that the qualified moratorium in respect of furniture and the means of livelihood of dependents ...

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  43. A ZEPPELIN DRIVEN OFF.

    An acroplane drove off a Zeppelin on the cast coast early this morning. ...

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  44. DISFRANCHISING ENEMY ALIENS.

    The Federal Ministers, it is understood, have decided to give effect to their decision to disfranchise naturalised aliens of enemy origin by the issue of a ...

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  45. QUEENSLANDER KILLED IN ACTION.

    Lieutenant Hogarth, of the Field Artillery, formerly of Toowoomba, has been killed in action. ...

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  46. ART UNIONS.

    Windsor and Wilston Red Cross branch.—Bonbon, 121, Miss Grant, cars of G. R. Ryder. Red Cross Society.—Miss Chapman's ...

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  47. "CHASTISE THE ASSASSINS."

    "L'Homme Enchaine," referring to the deportation of women and girls at Lille and Roubaix, and the murder of Captain Fryatt, says: ...

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  48. A HANDSOME GIFT.

    As previously mentioned in the "Courier," the directors of the WertheimAustralian Piano Agency, through their Queensland manager (Mr. G. A. ...

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  49. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE SOCIETIES' DEMONSTRATION.

    The Allied Women's Suffrage Societies held a demonstration in Hyde Park yesterday, the object being to urge the recall of Mr. Hughes. There were 10 ...

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  50. HEROIC WOOL BUYER.

    M. Andre G. de Beanvievier, who was a well-known wool buyer in Australia, was during the battle of Verdun taken a prisener by the Germans, news to this ...

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  51. CRUSHING GERMAN DESPOTISM.

    Lord Derby, in a speech at Wellington College said it would take some time to crush German despotism. Although they read of successes they must not think ...

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  52. SOLDIERS' C. OF E. HELP SOCIETY

    The General Committee of the Soldiers' Church of England Help Society will meet to-day, at 3.15 p.m., in St. Luke's C[?]-street. The executive will ...

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