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  2. THE BRITISH FRONT.

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reported at midday; We captured a few prisoners and three machine guns in a successful raid in the neighbourhood of ...

    Article : 201 words
  3. FIVE DAYS IN PALESTINE.

    Mr. W. T. Massey, the correspondent of the United Australian Press Association at the British headquarters in Palestine, reports: By dawn ...

    Article : 868 words
  4. IRELAND'S POSITION.

    The "New York Times," in an editorial, says: Ireland runs over with prosperity, while England lives on close rations, We have heard overmuch of the wrongs o[?] ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. AMERICAN WIRELESS.

    The following official wireless message from America has been made available by the Consul of the United States:— San Francisco as a result of the ...

    Article : 217 words
  6. MILITARY SENSATION Of THE HOUR. ASTONISHING ALLEGATIONS BY A GENERAL.

    The sensation of the hour in Britain has been caused by a letter written by General F. B. Maurice, formerly Director of Military Operations on the Imperial General Staff. He challenged the veracity of Ministerial statements, and the British Cabinet ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. THE ROLL OF HONOUR. CASUALTY LISTS NOS. 397-398

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2,868 words
  8. RED CROSS INFORMATION BUREAU.

    Persons who are anxious to seek news of sick, wounded, or missing men are invited to call at or write to the Information Bureau, Spencer Block, Queen-street, Brisbane, and the ...

    Article : 41 words
  9. THE CONSCRIPTION QUESTION.

    Sir Edward Carson, in a letter to the newspapers, states: "The action of the Nationalists, Sinn Feiners, and Roman Catholic hierarchy has demonstrated how ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. PERSONAL NOTES.

    Mr. Charles E. Swan, of Milne-street, Albion, has advice from the authorities that his second son, Corporal William Charles ("Chic") Swan, died of wounds ...

    Article : 920 words
  11. MINISTERS ACCUSED.

    Major-General Frederick B. Maurice, who had been Director of Military Operations on the Imperial General Staff since 1915, has an astonishing letter in ...

    Article : 1,175 words
  12. THE R.S.S. DAY.

    The "Rising Sun City," in Albert Square, will be declared open at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon by the mayor, Ald. J. M'Master. The following ...

    Article : 442 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN TROOPS.

    The newspapers feature the Australians' advance near Villers-Bretonneux with cross-page headlines, and pay tributes to the Australians' dash and ...

    Article : 33 words
  14. VISCOUNT ERENCH'S SUCCESSOR

    The "Daily Chronicle" anticipates that Sir William Robertson, formerly Chief of the General Staff, and now in charge of the Home Eastern Defence, will ...

    Article : 252 words
  15. THE FRENCH LINES.

    A French communique states: There was reciprocal artillery firing north and south of the Avre. An enemy raid at small cost west of Hangard-en-Santerre ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. ENEMY COMMUNIQUE.

    A German official wireless message states: English advances on the north bank of the Lys failed. The enemy employed Australians for a night attack ...

    Article : 101 words
  17. AMERICANS UNDER GAS.

    A report from American headquarters state that the Germans heavily attacked the Americans with gas in Pieardy. The attack by the infantry was preceded by ...

    Article : 56 words
  18. AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN REVOLTS.

    The internal conditions in Austr[?]-liangary are critical Many risings have occurred which have revolutionary tendencies. The Government, after ...

    Article : 115 words
  19. AMERICAN REPORTS.

    A report from London states that the British casualties for the past week were 38,600. CANADIAN FRONT EXTENDED. ...

    Article : 54 words
  20. A LAST SALUTE.

    The remains of Mr. G. H. P. Nott, late of the 46th Battalion, who died of heart failure at the No. 1 District Hospital at Kangaroo Point on Tuesday ...

    Article : 150 words
  21. AMERICA IN EARNEST.

    The American production of machine guns is 500 daily, and a total of 1500 daily will probably be reached in November. THE SEDITION BILL. ...

    Article : 172 words
  22. PEACE WITH ROUMANIA.

    A report from London states that Roumania has' signed peace with the Teutons. LONDON, Tuesday. ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. A GRAVE CRISIS.

    Major-General Maurice's letter has resulted in a Parliamentry situation full of danger. The Government has intimated that if Mr. Asquith's resolution ...

    Article : 565 words
  24. TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL.

    Twenty-five charges against Lieutenant-Colonel Mackay, assistant provost marshal, Western Command, are being heard at the Westminister court-martial. The charges ...

    Article : 114 words
  25. ENLISTMENTS IN BRISBANE.

    Nineteen men offered their services yesterday at the Adelaide-street recruiting depot. Of these 13 were declared fit. Those offering were as follows, the ...

    Article : 181 words
  26. THE TAMING OF RUSSIA.

    The revolt against German domination in Ukraine is so strong that the Rada has even [?]ost the support of the bourgeoisie. Anti-German feeing has ...

    Article : 189 words
  27. ANOTHER ENEMY FOR GERMANY

    Nicaragua has declared war on Germany. ...

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  28. ZEEBRUGGE NAVAL RAID.

    The Kaiser has distributed honours in connection with the raid on Zeebrugge and the recipients include General von Schroeder. ...

    Article : 30 words
  29. SUBMARINE WARFARE.

    Information has been received that the American steamship Tyler, 3928 tons, was torpeded and sunk off the French coast on May 3, 11 lives being lost. ...

    Article : 154 words
  30. COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS.

    Messrs. James Webber (Th[?]ne's Creek, via Warwick), Robert Trevor Crawford (Warwick), and Clarence Percival Lamb (Resenthal, via Warwick) were accepted ...

    Article : 41 words
  31. SHORT RATIONS IN GERMANY.

    The State Department has received advices that Germany is considering the question of the reduction of the meat ration from 200 grams (7oz.) to 150 grams ...

    Article : 40 words
  32. RAILWAY SOLDIERS' DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 205 words
  33. CLERGYMEN AND THE WAR.

    The Presbyterian General Assembly of New South Wales to-day considered a report from the Home Mission Committee, which stated that men were needed— ...

    Article : 127 words
  34. RUSSIA'S RED ARMY.

    The recruits to the new Red Army on May Day carried banners inscribed, "Remember Brest-Litovsk." It is clear that the Russian proletariat believes that his ...

    Article : 225 words
  35. SOLDIERS' LAND SETTLEMENTS.

    At a meeting of the Land Settlement Committee of the War Council on Tuesday night, Mr. J. M. Hunter presiding, a report was received from the sub-committee ...

    Article : 308 words
  36. DEATH OF A METHODIST MINISTER.

    The Methodist Church in Queensland has sustained another heavy loss in the ranks of its ministry by the death of Lieutenant the Rev. Arthur Wilfred ...

    Article : 171 words
  37. SOLDIER SUITORS' RECORDS.

    Mr. A. Rendall, a member of the House of Commons, in an article in "The Star," protests against the Army regulations preventing parents and relatives of English ...

    Article : 134 words
  38. REPATRIATED SOLDIERS.

    Corporal Haythorne (one of the repatriated Australian soldiers) says that he saw Austral an prisoners carried, in from behind the German lines ...

    Article : 71 words
  39. FAREWELL TO SOLDIERS.

    At a meeting of the Toowoomba Soldiers' Recognition Committee yesterday it was decided to tender the next sendoff to Toowoomba soldiers on May 22. ...

    Article : 46 words
  40. MINISTERIAL STATEMENT.

    In the House of Commons Mr. Asquith asked if the attention of the Government had been called [?] Major-General Maurice's letter impugn[?]ng the accuracy ...

    Article : 575 words
  41. HONOUR BOARDS.

    The British Association Football Union to-night unveiled an honour board containing 110 names. ...

    Article : 22 words
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