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  2. FIGHTING ON THE ACROPOLIS.

    A wireless message from Athens states that a detachment of Allied troops was disembarked at the Piracus at 3 o'clock this morning. ...

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  3. THE PRICE WE PAY FOR "NO."

    The "Kolnische Zeitung," a daily paper published in Cologne, deliriously alludes to the final figures of the conseription referendum in Australia, and declares ...

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  4. BRITISH CABINET CRISIS.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that a reorganisation of the War Council is contemplated. Probably it will consist of Messrs. Asquith, Lloyd George, Balfour, ...

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  5. AGAINST ITALY.

    The Rome correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" states that the contemplated German offensive on the Italian frnt is widely discussed. The Austrians ...

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  6. LATEST SUBMARININGS.

    The steamer City of Birmingham has been torpedoed in the Mediterranean. Two hundred of her passengers have been landed at Alexandria. ...

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  7. THE COAL CRISIS.

    Assessors representing the proprietors and the Coal and Shale Workers' Federation met again on Saturday morning in the Arbitration Court to discuss certain ...

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  8. GERMAN COMMUNIQUE.

    A German official communique states that the Russians and (on the south wing) the Roumanians continue "their relief offensive" on a front of over 300 ...

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  9. FIGHTING IN MACEDONIA.

    A French communique states: Two violent German and Bulgarian [?]ounterattacks on the new Serbian positions, north-west of Grunista, were generally ...

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  10. TO WIN THE WAR.

    Mr. Henderson (Labour member of the Cabinet), speaking at Northamption, were the series of public speeches to be delivered by Cabinet Ministers was ...

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  11. ROUMANIAN RETREAT.

    The Petrograd correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle " states that prospects at Bucharest are not bright, nevertheless there is a possibility that the ...

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  12. SINKING OF THE MARINA.

    Count Bernstoff (German Ambassador) has delivered Germany's answer to America's note regarding the sinking of the American steamer Murina ...

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  13. RAILWAY COLLISION.

    An express train from Vienna collided with a train from Budapest near the Herzceg-Halom station. The passengers included thousands of persons who were ...

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  14. BRITISH NAVAL AIR RAID.

    The Admiralty reports: On the Bulgarian coast a squadron of British naval aeroplanes on Wednesday attacked and effected great damage to the German ...

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  15. INVALIDED SOLDIERS.

    The military authorities advise that approximately 49 returned invalid soldiers are expected to arrive from Sydney by train to-night, the train being due at No. ...

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  16. EAST AFRICAN FIGHTING.

    An official message from East Africa states: Following the division of the main German force, part of which was defeated at Lupembc, ...

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  17. BRITISH OPERATIONS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, British Commander-in-Chief in France, reports: We drove off an attempted raid north-east of Neuve Chapelle, and entered the ...

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  18. MASS MEETING AT BUNDAMBA

    Satisfied that work would be resumed again on Monday, a very large number of miners did not attend the mass meeting at Bundamba on Saturday morning, but ...

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  19. GREATER SACRIFICES,

    Mr. E.S.Montagu, Minister for Munitions, speaking at the Guildhall to-day said: "The final victory may not be soon, and we must be prepared, every ...

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  20. FRANZ JOSEFS FUNERAL.

    The Paris correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle" says he learns from newspaper information that the reason for the Kaiser's absence from the funeral ...

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  21. COST OF LIVING.

    Owing to the pressure of the AttorneyGeneral of the United States a nationwide investigation of the wholesale and retail trades had been determined on, to ...

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  22. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    There is some reason to believe that an Imperial Conference will be summoned as soon after next June as may meet the convenience of the overseas Governments. ...

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  23. OUR NOBLE DEAD.

    Senator Pearce (Minister for Defence), speaking yesterday with regard to the graves of Australian Soldiers in Egypt, stated that the Cabinet ...

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  24. THE FRENCH FRONT.

    An official communique, issued to-day, states: The situation is calm on the whole front Our aircraft bombed factories at Thionville and bivouacs at ...

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  25. NORWAY AND GERMANY.

    The "Dagbladet" had an interview with the German Ambassador, who said that the Germans regarded Norway's submarine regulations as an unfriendly act. ...

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  26. WELSH MINERS.

    The Government has granted the Welsh miners an advance of 15 per cent. in their wages. ...

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  27. THE WOOL POSITION.

    The wool markets are in a chaotic condition pending the announcement of the Government's intentions. At a meeting of the committees of the Colonial Wool ...

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  28. BELGIAN DEPORTATIONS.

    The Germans have deported 35,000 Belgians from the Hasselt and Turnhout neighbourhood in three days. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. ...

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  29. CREDIT IN AMERICA.

    The banking firm of J. P> Morgan and Co. announce that they have been instructed by the British and French Governments not to issue ...

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  30. NAVAL POLICY,

    Lord Beresford was a speaker at a big meeting in the city to-day. He said it had been called to express dissatisfaction with the naval policy. The navy was ...

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  31. THE D.S.O.

    Advice has been received that Major M. Sbanahan has been awarded the D.S.O for conspicuous [?]allantry whilst under fire in assisting two wounded men ...

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  32. GERMAN ALLEGATION DENIED.

    The British Government emphatically Heines the German allegation that Great Britain is seeking to secure the transit of war material for Russia via Sweden. ...

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  33. COMPULSORY CIVILIAN SERVICE,

    The German Reichstag, by 253 votes to 19, passed the third reading of the Bill for Compulsory Civilian Service. ...

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  34. THE STATUE OF LIBERTY.

    President Wilson had officially, lighted the Statue of Liberty, in Now York Harbour, which henceforth will be illuminated nightly. ...

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  35. MORE ANTI-CONSCRIPTION.

    It is officially stated that, apropos of the coal miners' strike, the Defence Department will help in every way towards exempting miners who may be called up ...

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  36. RUSSIA'S RESOLVE.

    Speaking in the Duma, the Premier, General Trepoff, reaffirmed the resolve of Russia to carry the war to a victorious issue, and he made a fervent appeal to ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIAN MEAT PRICES.

    Mr. Massey, the New Zealand Premier, has been interviewed regarding the statements of the president of the Auckland Provincial Farmers' Union as to the ...

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  38. WHEAT MARKET.

    The wheat market is firm, and there is little offering. Quotations for parcels are unchanged. The quotations in Chicago for ...

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  39. POST-WAR CONDITIONS.

    The British Government is establishing a separate department for scientific and inudstrial research, and is placing a large sum at its disposal to assist in research ...

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  40. PREPARATIONS FOR RESUMPTION.

    A mass meeting of miners was held at Bundamba on Saturday morning, when Messrs. C. Kilpatrick (president of the Miners' Union) and D. A. Gledson, ...

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  41. BULGARIAN AND AUSTRIAN COMMUNIQUES.

    A Bulgarian communique claims that the Bulgarians defeated the Roumanians in bayonet fighting between Giurgevo and Bucharest. ...

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  42. THE AIR SERVICE.

    The "Manchester Guardian" states that the Government is establishing the air service as a separate arm. The Air Board will control the financial, ...

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  43. DARDANELLES COMMISSION.

    The [?] Commission is preparing an interim report in moderate terms, which, nevertheless, according to the "Sunday Times," fully indicates Mr. ...

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  44. SUPPLYING MOTIVE POWER

    Chief interest in the now ended coal strike in the city on Saturday morning centred in the question of the duration of the regulations relative to the control of ...

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  45. MOBILISATION OF FRENCH INDUSTRIES.

    The Paris correspondent of the "New York Times" quotes a French newspaper article urging a new impetus in the direction of public affairs. The ...

    Article : 65 words
  46. INTERNED VESSELS IN BRAZIL.

    The Government of Brazil has announced that it is about to [?] negotiations for the purchase of the German vessels interned in Brazilian ports. The interned ...

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  47. EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS.

    Italy and Austria have agreed to exchange prisoners who are permanently unfit for military service. ...

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  48. SOLDIERS AT FOOTBALL.

    Under Rugby rules yesterday the Flying Corps beat the New Zealand Postal Corps by 9 points to 6. ...

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