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  2. THE EASTERN FRONT.

    A Russian communique states: We repulsed the Germans south of Riga. Our advanced posts fell back to the east bank of the Shara. ...

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  3. SUBMARINE PIRACY.

    Two boats with 32 men of the Donaldson liner Cabotia, which was sunk on Monday, are still missing. The steel screw steamer Rowanmore, ...

    Article : 183 words
  4. BRITISH PROGRESS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief in France, in a report issued last night, states: The enemy's artillery is active between La ...

    Article : 156 words
  5. RAID BY GERMAN DESTROYERS.

    British and German destroyers had a battle in the English Channel. Two German destroyers sank, and one British boat was sunk and one disabled. ...

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  6. ROUMANIANS REINFORCED.

    A Russian communique states On the west frontier of Moldavia (Roumania) we captured Bolian, north-west of Okua, and the Piatrarotkul Heights, south-west ...

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  7. THE REFERENDUM

    On Saturday the people of the Commonwealth were asked to take part in a referendum on the question:—"Are you in favour of the ...

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  8. NORTH BRISBANE.

    At the central booth in the subdivision of Brisbane, situated in the Adelaide-street miniature rifle range and drill sheds, there was a steady stream of ...

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  9. FRENCH OPERATIONS.

    A Frenc communique issued to-day states: Our artillery exploded a munition depot at Genermont, in the Albaincourt region. We progressed west and south ...

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  10. PRIZE MONEY FOR "SYDNEYS."

    For sinking the German cruiser Emdon at the Cocos-Keeling Islands the captain of H.M.A.S. Sydney will receive £182 in prize money, and other classes of the ...

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  11. IN THE BALKANS.

    The Athens correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" states that the battle for Monastrt continues unabated. The continual arrival of enemy ...

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  12. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German communique states: The Austro-Hungarians captured several heights on both sides of Dorna Watra, taking 500 prisoners. ...

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  13. CREW OF E11 REWARDED.

    As the result of the numerous successes of the submarine E11 in sinking Turkish ships and doing other damage to the enemy in the Sea of Marmora the ...

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  14. THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN.

    An Italian communique states: We expelled the enemy from Sano, a village in the valley of the Adige, and destroyed its defences. We progressed 300 yards ...

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  15. GERMANY AND NORWAY.

    The "Aftenposten" denies that Germany has delivered an ultimatum to Norway. The lattet will reply to the German note next week. ...

    Article : 118 words
  16. THE LATEST RETURNS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 58 words
  17. GERMAN EAST AFRIGA.

    The War Office states that the bulk of the Germans in German East Africa are in the vicinity of the Rufigi River, with a strong detachment in the Mahenge area, ...

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  18. SOUTH BRISBANE.

    Quietness' and order provided the dominant note of the proceedings in connection with the referendum at all the booths in South Brisbane ...

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  19. QUEENSLAND DIVISIONAL DETAILS.

    The details of the voting in the Queensland divisions are as follows:— Yes. No. Brisbane.... 14,077 15,817 ...

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  20. SITUATION IN GREECE.

    King Constantine gave an audience to Admiral Dufournet. The situation has improved. King Constantine accepted the Allies' demands when assured that M. ...

    Article : 178 words
  21. GALE IN THE CHANNEL.

    The lifeboats at many of the Channel stations, particularly at Deal and Ramsgate, have been called out. The lifeboat at Salcombe, responding to distress ...

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  22. GERMAN NAVAL ACTIVITY.

    In connection with the dash of German destroyers into the English Channel it is recalled that fresh German naval measures are a result that has been anticipated ...

    Article : 161 words
  23. GERMAN COMMUNIQUES.

    A German communique states: We repulsed several attacks cast of Douaumont Fort. LONDON, Saturday. ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. MOUNTAIN WARFARE.

    The Milan correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states that General von Falkenhayn is pressing hard on the Prapova Valley, in the neighbouthood of ...

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  25. LABOUR CONDITIONS.

    The Employers and the Trade Union Parliamentary Committees are negotiating for a general settlement of longstanding differences, including the unions' ...

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  26. ON THE SOMME.

    Mr. Pereival Gibtons, the war correspondent, stated that the hand-to-hand fighting in the gunpits of the Hazy trench on Thursday was one of the bitterest ...

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  27. HEROIC SIGNAL BOY.

    A British vessel was mined and sunk in the North Sea. Nine of the crew were landed, including a signal boy of 14, who as the vessel was fast settling down ...

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  28. STRIKE OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES.

    The railway employees here have declared a general strike. ...

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  29. KILLED IN ACTION.

    Captain Edmund Boulnois, of the West Yorkshire Regiment, a New Zealander, has been killed in action. ...

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  30. FRENCH LINER ON FIRE.

    A message received at the Maritime Exchange here states that the French liner Chicago, bound from Bordeaux to New York, is on fire at sea, the outbreak ...

    Article : 90 words
  31. A ZEPPELIN RAIDER.

    An official Dutch report states that the object dropped by the Zeppelin which flew over Holland last Sunday night was part of a reservoir, and not a bomb, as ...

    Article : 41 words
  32. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Elkington has been awarded the Distinguished Service Order. ...

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  33. DILUTION OF LABOUR.

    Mr. Arthur Henderson, Labour member of the Cabinet, who presided at a conference of representatives of skilled trades connected with engineering and ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. BRITISH AIRMAN RESCUED.

    A Dutch lugger rescued an English airman who had been forced to descend in the North Sea. The aviator sank his hydroplane lest it should be captured. ...

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  35. GENERAL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief in France, has been unanimously elected Lord Rector of St. Andrew's University. ...

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  36. GERMAN SUBMARINE.

    The Navy Department has learned that a German submarine has arrived at Norfolk, Virginia, but all information is withheld. ...

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  37. PRINCE VON BULOW VISITING SWITZERLAND'

    The "Allgemeine Zeitung" states that Prince von Bulow will shortly proceed to Switzerland and make a protracted stay. ...

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  38. KAISER'S NARROW ESCAPE.

    It is reported that the Kaiser had a narrow escape from death recently. A bomb hit the train in which he was travelling, killing the driver. ...

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  39. THE ALLIES' TACTICAL SCHEME.

    Advices from London state that the operations of the Allies in France are seriously adding to the length of the frontage which the Germans have to ...

    Article : 101 words
  40. DIVISION OF LILLEY.

    Mr. George E. Driver was the divisional returning officer for Lilley, and the various subdivisions were presided over as follows:—Caboolture (Mr. Richard ...

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  41. POTATO FRAUDS IN GERMANY.

    Mr. Gurtain, in the London "Daily Mail." gives details of an extraordinary fraud in Germany on the part of agriculturists. Owing to the potato crop being ...

    Article : 134 words
  42. GERMAN WAR CREDIT OF £600,000,000.

    A wireless message from Berlin states that a war credit of 12,000,000,000 marks (£600,000,000) has been introduced in the Reichstag. Count von Roedern, Minister ...

    Article : 48 words
  43. NATIONAL SERVICE IN CANADA.

    In view of the agitation for national service in Canada great interest in the Australian referendum is felt here. If Australia carries conscription Canada ...

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  44. BULGARIAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A Bulgarian communique states: The enemy in the Dobrudja is precipitately retreating towards Toulcha and Harsova. We captured 785 men and 45 machine ...

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  45. THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.

    The betting is now even on the result of the Presidential election. The campaign is in full swing, and President Wilson does not lose any opportunity ...

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  46. GERMAN COMMUNIQUES.

    A German communique states: Russo-Roumanian attacks in the southern wooded Carpathians on the Eastern Transylvania frontier failed. We progressed ...

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  47. SAVING PETROL.

    The Berlin correspondent of the "New York Times" states that in order to save petrol the police have forbidden riding to theatres and concerts in taxicabs, ...

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  48. GROWN PRINCE TO HIS TROOPS.

    An official announcement states that prisoners belonging to the Thirty-ninth active line regiment, who were taken on Tuesday at the Haudremont quarries, ...

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  49. MR. FISHER VISITS AUSTRALIAN WOUNDED

    Mr. A. Fisher (High Commissioner for Australia) has gone to Scotland to visit the Australian wounded men in various hospitals there. ...

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  50. COMFORTS FOR WOUNDED.

    Sir Thomas Mackenzie (High Commissioner for New Zealand) points out that private and semi-public efforts to send comforts to the sick and wounded result ...

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  51. "NOTHING DIFFERENT FROM ANY OTHER DAY."

    "Nothing different from any other day" was the comment of Inspector Short and his officers at the Roma-street Police Station, when questioned on Saturday ...

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  52. ESCAPE OF GERMAN PRISONERS.

    Three imprisoned members of the crew of the German cruiser Gneiscnau have escaped from Stobs camp, in Scotland. ...

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  53. ALLIED AEROPLANES IN ROUMANIA.

    Four English aeroplanes, with eight aviators, flew a distance of 312½ miles from Imbros, in the Aegean Sea, to Bucharest, the capital of Roumania, in ...

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  54. BRITISH GOLD PAYMENTS.

    Great Britain's insistence on paying for American purchases in gold is causing uneasiness in financial circles, and a movement is beginning in favour ...

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  55. OVERSEAS SOLDIERS IN LONDON.

    A correspondent of the "Morning Post" declares that the Overseas soldiers find London chilling, and he asserts that the visitors would like to experience English ...

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  56. MORETON.

    Polling day passed off very quietly both in the city and suburbs. The returning officer (Mr. W. B. Cumming) and his assistant (Mr. Jas. M'Gill) had made very ...

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  57. PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION BILL.

    The new Bill for the Prevention of Corruption imposes a penalty of from three to seven years' penal servitude. ...

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  58. USE OF THE WORD "ANZAC."

    The Bill introduced in the House of Commons by Mr. Pretyman, Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, prohibiting the use of the word "Anzac" ...

    Article : 61 words
  59. AUSTRIA'S WAR EXPENDITURE.

    A message from Vienna states that there is a a strong agitation for an carly meeting of Parliament, in order to discuss the large war expenditure, the ...

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  60. GERMANY'S SHORTAGE OF FOOD.

    The Chambers of Agriculture in Pomerania, Wiesbaden, and elsewhere appeal to agriculturists to give up their reserves of grain and pottages, as "there is a terrible ...

    Article : 41 words
  61. GERMAN TRICKERY IN CHINA.

    Inflammatory posters declaring that a revolution is in progress in Paris and the French Government is approaching insolvency caused a run on the French bank, ...

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  62. DECREASE IN DRUNKENNESS.

    Owing to the only closing of public houses, the number of convictions for drunkenness for the past year was 45,257, as compared with 99,735 in 1914. ...

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