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  2. COMBLES AND THIEPVAL.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief in France, reports: The British overcame the resistance of the enemy, and entered Combles. Fifteen ...

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  3. THE GREEK SITUATION.

    General Scannon, Commandant of the Corfu garrison, has left for Salonica for the purpose of participating in the revolution. ...

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  4. RUSSIAN FRONT.

    A Russian communique states: Our energetic fire repulsed an assault by two battalions northward of Lake Kaldytchev, and we inflicted great losses. ...

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  5. "DISLOYAL STATEMENTS."

    In the Legislative Council yesterday Mr. Fowles moved,—[?] That this Council deplo[?]es the fact that certain dis[?]oyal statements, calculated to sow discord in ...

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  6. WAR TAXATION.

    Crystallised, the new war taxation proposals are:— REPATRIATION FUND. Levy of one half per cent. on all ...

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  7. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German communique states: The Russians six times assaulted and failed at Manajow. The Roumanians captured the frontier heights astride the ridge ...

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  8. ITALIAN POSITION.

    An Italian communique states: Our artillery prevented an enemy attempt to consolidate the positions we eva[?]uated on the summit of Mount Cimone. We ...

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  9. ROYAL SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE RESOLUTIONS.

    A Brinkworth (president) and C. W. Wyeth (secretary), Toowoomba branch of the Royal Society of St. George, Toowoomba, write: We have been ...

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  10. AUSTRIAN COMMUNIQUE.

    The Italians did not accept the offer of a local armistice on the summit of Mount Cimone. ...

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  11. AIR RAID ON ENGLAND.

    It is officially announced that seven airships attacked the south coast, cast coast, north-east coast and north M[?]dlands, last night, principally aiming at ...

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  12. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives to-day, Mr. Fenton presented a petition from the Plymouth Brethren against ...

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  13. THE SOMME VICTORY.

    Eighty-four hours' bombardment of unprecedented violence preceded the general attack on Monday. The deafening roar of the guns suddenly ceased at 12.30 ...

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  14. THE BALKANS CAMPAIGN.

    [?]ch communique states: Lively [?]ments and skirmishes took p[?] the Struma and the Varda[?], esp[?]ly on the English Front. At ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. SEDITIONARY PROPAGANDA.

    From several parts of the State, as well as from the metropolis, we have received reports of the distribution of ha[?]bills melting to sedition as a means ...

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  16. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German communique states that the Bulga[?] were successful on both sides of Florina. ...

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  17. GERMAN ADMISSIONS.

    A German communique states: On the fourth day of the artillery battle between the An[?]re and the Somme the French and British combined in an attack. The ...

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  18. BRITISH AVIATOR.

    Lieutenant Ball has gained the Military Cross, the Distinguished Service Order, and a special bar, for an extraordinary series of air exploits. Observing seven ...

    Article : 222 words
  19. IN THE DOBRUDJA.

    A Roomanian communique states. We compelled [?]e Bulgarian right wing in the Do[?]a to retreat. We picked up 5000 rifles in front of one Bulgarian ...

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  20. THE BRITISH SUCCESS.

    Mr. Frederick Palmer, the American war correspondent with the British headquarters, cables the following graphic story:—"Combles differed from the other ...

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  22. PEACE PROPOSALS.

    The Berlin correspondent of the United Press states that several other members of the German Government visited Mr Gerard, the American Ambassador, last ...

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  24. THE DARDANELLES COMMISSION.

    The Dardanelles Commission resumed its sittings to-day, and evidence was given by Viscount Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Sir Maurice Hankey ...

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  25. LORD LOUGHBOROUGH'S DEBTS.

    The Earl of Rosslyn has issued a warning that, owing to money lenders tempting his son, Lord Loughborough, to borrow money, he will not he responsible ...

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  26. KILLED IN ACTION.

    Lieutenant Cedric Graham, of the Durham Light Infantry, formerly of Auckland, has been killed in action. ...

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  27. ATTACKS IN THE VERDUN SECTOR.

    A French communique states: The enemy's violent attack on the Thianmont Work and Fleury failed, with serious losses. Yesterday our aviators ...

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  28. QUEENSLAND'S 5000.

    In the last Military District on Tuesday 88 volunteers were secured, this number bringing the total enlistments of this month up to 1407. Details of Tuesday's ...

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  29. REGARDED AS SINGLE.

    Mr. Hughes (Prime Minister) announced to-day that men who married after August 30, 1916, the date on which he announced the Government's proposals ...

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  30. DISMISSED FROM THE SERVICE.

    The "London Gazette" notifies that Lieutenant J Stewart, of the First Light Horse, has been court-martialled and dismissed from the service. ...

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  31. DOMINION PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATES.

    Mr. D. Watkins, Senator S. Barker, Mr. P. M. Glynn, Mr. A. J. Hampson, and other Australian and New Zealand members of the Parliamentary Association, ...

    Article : 71 words
  32. EXPORT OF GOODS.

    It is officially announced that all goods exported from the following countries to the United Kingdom, Australasia, South Africa, colonies not possessing responsible ...

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  33. ENLISTMENTS IN OTHER STATES.

    In Sydney to day 119 men offered for active service and 71 were accepted ADELAIDE, September 27 To-day 116 men volunteered at Adelaide, ...

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  34. CAIRNS SUPPORTS CONSCRIPTION.

    A motion supporting conscription was carried to-night, with only three dissentients, in a packed public meeting. The speakers for the motion included Liberal ...

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  35. WHEAT MARKET.

    The wheat market is firm, but inactive The quotation in Chicago for December wheat options is 154[?] cents per bushel; May, 154[?] cents ...

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  36. PRISONERS OF WAR.

    The Acting Premier (Mr E G Theodore) is in receipt of a cable from the Queensland Agent-General (Sir Thomas Robinson, K C M G) intimating ...

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  37. SUPPORT FROM THE TOWERS.

    A large, representative, and enthusiastic meeting was held at the Town Hall, Charters Towers, last night. The mayor (Alderman Watts) occupied the chair. ...

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  38. BRITISH SHIPPING IN THE BALTIC.

    It is reported that Great Britain is making an effort to secure the release of the steamers laid up in Russian and Finnish harbours. At Petrograd alone half a ...

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  39. HOLLAND AND GERMAN CHILDREN.

    Official despatches received at Washington state that the increasing arrivals of large numbers of German children in Holland because of the absence of food in ...

    Article : 66 words
  40. FRENCH SUCCESSES.

    A French communique, issued to-day, states: We completed the capture of Fregicourt, and penetrated the Combles Cemetery. We seized a French south-west ...

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  41. SOUTH BRISBANE RECRUITING CONCERT.

    The City Hall, South Brisbane, was crowded last night when a final recruiting concert was held. The Mayor of South Brisbane (Alderman J E Hilton) ...

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  42. LADIES' UNIVERSAL WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE.

    A meeting of the Toowoomba Ladies' Universal War Service Committee was held this afternoon in the Town Hall, Miss Cousens presiding Addresses were ...

    Article : 74 words
  43. SALARIES Of GERMAN OFFICERS.

    The German Socialist journal, "Vorwaerts," states that the indignation of the working classes at the high rate of pay of army officers compelled the Kaiser ...

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  44. AMERICAN WOOL SHORTAGE.

    A shortage of 200,000,000lb of wool is confronting the American clothing manufacturers owing to the poor wool clip in the United States, and the difficulty of ...

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