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  2. RELIGIOUS.

    The Chandler Clay Gospel Mission has made a splen[?] beginning. The audiences have been increasing each evening, and the great marquce situated next the ...

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  3. KILCOY SHOW.

    Splendid weather prevailed for the second day of the Kilcoy Show, which was officially opened to-day by the Minister for Agriculture. Mr. Lennon ...

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  4. PEACE TALK AT RECRUITING MEETING.

    There was a surprising development of the meeting held last night at the Technical College Hall, South Brisbane[?] to form a recruiting committee for the ...

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  5. RECRUITING.

    With the object of forming a recruiting committee for the Oxley Federal electorate, the Mayor of South Brisbane (Alderman P. Forrest) convened a public ...

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  6. INDEPENDENCE DAY.

    The Fourth of July was celebrated in London with great enthusiasm. The Union Jack and the Stars and Stripes floated side by side on the flagstaff ...

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  7. AUSTRALIANS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL.

    Australian forces, aided by other British troops and supported by numerous tanks, attacked along a four-mile front, rom the Somme to Villers Bretonneux, at dawn on Thursday [?]orning, and captured Le Hamel with Va[?]re Hamel Woods. ...

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  8. RETURNED SOLDIERS' GREETING

    At a meeting of the committee of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia (Queensland branch) on Thursday evening the following ...

    Article : 76 words
  9. LOYAL WIRT BRIGADE.

    The Fourth of July was celebrated at the Social Service Institute on Thursday evening by the Loyal Wirt Brigade. "The Star Spangled Banner" was sung, ...

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  10. GOLD-BLOODED ASSASSINS.

    The newspapers throughout the country are unanimous in their disgust at the action of a German submarine in sinking the hospital ship Llandovery ...

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  11. A BRITISH SUCCESS.

    Fiel-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports, We carried ou[?] a successful operationthis morning between Villers Bretonnex and the Somme We captured ...

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  12. U.S. SHIPBUILDING.

    "The production of shipping in the United States in June amounted to 280,400 dead weight tons, which is a new record. The total production in six ...

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  13. THE MORETON DISTRICT.

    Gunner Glasby and Private Boyle, D.C.M., intend to work the whole of the Moreton district before returning to headquarters in time for Private Boyle ...

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  14. TURKEY.

    A report from Vienna states that the Saltan of Turkey is dead. [Mohammed V. was born in November, 1844, being the son of Sultan Abdul Medjid. He ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. "MARCH FOR FREEDOM."

    The military authorities announce that arrangements have been made for a "March for Freedom," to commence in Grafton at the time of the racing ...

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  16. THE VOLUNTARY BALLOT.

    The Minister for Recruiting (Mr. Orchard) stated to-day that he was doing his utmost to complete all preparations for taking the voluntary ballot of eligible ...

    Article : 51 words
  17. THE NAVY AT WORK.

    A graphic story of the work being done by the Navy is contained in a letter received by Mr. E. Ham, Melbourne-street, South Brisbane, from his nephew, Petty ...

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  18. GERMAN INTRIGUES.

    "Land and Water" publishes a series of articles by Mr. Morgenthau, former American Ambassador at Constantinople, revealing German intrigues in Turkey. The writer ...

    Article : 87 words
  19. ESCORTS FOR HOSPITAL SHIPS.

    Mr. Bonar Law stated in the House of Commons that the Admiralty was considering the question of providing escorts for hospital ships. ...

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  20. OVER AGE "ELIGIBLES."

    The frequently beard demand that facilities should be given men over militai age to enlist was repeated by Mr. Benjamin Cloudsdule, a speaker at the ...

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  21. [?]NCHTROOPS GAIN GROUND.

    A French communique reports: Between the [?]se and the Aisne we at 7.30 last evening attacked west of Autreches on a frotn of two [?]ometres (one mile and a ...

    Article : 129 words
  22. SUNK BY A SUBMARINE.

    The Navy Department has announced that the Belgian steamer Chiller, 29[?] tons, was suck by a submarine 1400 miles off the Atlantic coast on June ...

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  23. ENEMY ALIENS IN BRITAIN.

    Sir George Cave (Secretary of State for the Home Department) stated in the House of Commons that 6000 Germans, 5500 Austrians, and 1100 ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. APPRECIATION OF SOLDIERS.

    Sir Robert Philp (chairman of the local board of the A.M.P. Society) yesterday formally unveiled an honour board containing the names of those members of the ...

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  25. COUNTRY VOLUNTEERS.

    At the enlisting office to-day Messrs. H. Webster (Killarney) and H. Trappett (Toowoomba), and two others, were accepted for active service, while one man ...

    Article : 36 words
  26. THRILLING SEA FIGHT.

    A thrilling story is told of a British steamer's fight with one of the latest type of U boats. A torpedo passed under the steamer's stern, and a search ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. QUEENSLAND PATRIOTIC FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  28. "RED CROSS DAYS."

    The hon. organiser announces that the financial success of the pageant play[?] to be produced in His Majesty's Theatre on July 23, is already assured. The hon. ...

    Article : 191 words
  29. GERMAN REGIMENT, ANNIHILATED.

    G[?]ral Pershing's communique states that [?]ractically an entire German regim[?] was annihilated when Vaux was co[?]ed. A counter-attack was repulsed. ...

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  30. POSITION IN RUSSIA.

    [?] Stockholm correspondent of the [?]ning Post" reports: Finland is in to [?] now war. Norwithstanding a severe [?]ship, it is evident than an offensive ...

    Article : 267 words
  31. CHILIAN BATTLE CRUISER TAKEN OVER.

    Lord Robert Cecil (Minister of Blockade) stated in the House of Commons that Chili had courteously assented to the Admiralty taking over ...

    Article : 75 words
  32. GIFT OF BOOKS.

    The sub-committee of the hospitals, in response to an appeal made in the "Courier," has received from the members of the Brisbane Wool Spinning Guild ...

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  33. AUSTRALIAN WAR MUSEUM.

    An Australian War Museum is being established by the Defence Department for the collection and display of objects of historical interest connected with ...

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  34. AUSTRALIAN TARIFF RELATIONS.

    "A History of the Tariff Relations of the Australian Colonies." by Cephas Daniel Allin, M.A., LL.B., furnihses in accessible form a fairly complete and ...

    Article : 428 words
  35. POSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Press generally regards General Botha's manifesto as of grave importance, and [?]ges the Government to adopt a firm attitude, especially on the ...

    Article : 83 words
  36. SPECTACULAR PARADE IN NEW YORK.

    A total of 75,000 persons will march in the Independence Day celebration parade, and will include 42 races and nationalities. There will be 150 floats, ...

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  37. WESTRALLAN ARBITRATION COURT.

    The Arbitration Court heard in camera an application by the Master Butchers' Union for the deregistration of the West Australian Amalgamated Union of ...

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  38. AMERICA'S FAITH AND PURPOSE.

    The following speech was delivered by President Wilson at Mount Vernon this afternoon on the occasion of the fourth of July celebrations: ...

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  39. A CHRISTMAS BOX ACKNOWLEDGED.

    Last year Miss Iris Dougherty, of Tewantin, through the "Courier," sent a Christmas box oversea. By a recent mail she received an acknowledgment of the ...

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  40. ARCANGEL DUMA ARRESTED.

    Ad[?] from Mr. Frances, ex-American Ambasior, say that members of the Archard Duma have been arrested by the Siet Government and taken to ...

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  41. DEATH OF A SENATOR.

    Senator Benjamin R. Tillman (Chairman of the Naval Committee) has died of paralysis. ...

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  42. [?]NKUHLMANN'S SPEECH.

    Lord bert Cecil (Minister of the Blockade stated in the House of Commonthat the recent speech of Dr. von Ku[?] (German Minister for ...

    Article : 60 words
  43. RECRUITING IN INDIA.

    An examination of recruiting in India shows that the numbers recruited in the fourth year of the war is expected to be nearly three times as great as the number ...

    Article : 154 words
  44. SOME THOUGHTS—"SOME" COMFORT.

    You who have watched, and waved, while wounded wend Through your rows toward their journey end, ...

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  45. TO AMERICANS ABROAD.

    President Woodrow Wilson has cabled the following Independence Day greeting to American citizens residing abroad:- "On the anniversary which the people are ...

    Article : 151 words
  46. "HANI OFF THE PACIFIC."

    The Coull of Foreign Relation will entertain [?] W. M. Hughes on his return from [?]gland, and will invite him to explain [?] details of his Monroe ...

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  47. BRISBANE WOOL SPINNING GUILD.

    Owing to the removal of the Brisbane Wool Spinning Guild to new rooms on the first floor of the Courier Building, work will not be resumed until Frida, ...

    Article : 35 words
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