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  4. 10 0'Clock Closing

    The discussion in the Assembly on the motion for leave to introduce the Liquor Bill continued after midnight. ...

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  5. The Prinz Adalbert

    A Berlin telegram to the New York "World" states that the sinking of the German cruiser Prinz Adalbert occurred in day time. The cruiser was ...

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  6. THE NEAR EAST

    A Bulgarian, official message states that murderous street fighting preceded the capture of Uskub. The Serbs defended every inch of ...

    Article : 44 words
  7. THE WEST

    We exploded mines south-east of Neuville and St. Vaase, wrecking trenches and entanglements. Our troops occupied the craters, and ...

    Article : 56 words
  8. General News

    Stil1 another meeting has been abandoned in the West, viz.,. the meeting of the Coolah J.C., which was set down, for November 2. ...

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  9. FRENCH AND BRITISH CO-OPERATING.

    In the House of Commons, Mr. H. J. Tennant (War) announced that the British forces in Greece were already cooperating with the French on the ...

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  10. Luoap in Melbourne.

    Amongst the starters in the big event at the Richmond (Victoria) troting meeting to-day is Mr. C. White's well-known mare Lucap, whose ...

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  11. The Russians

    We repulsed German attacks at Illukst; also at Neuselburg; north-westward of Jacobstadt. British submarines sank four ...

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  12. ITALY DOUBTS GREECE.

    Italian political circles are sceptical at the Greek denial regarding the existence of a Greco-Bulgarian agreement. They believe this concerns ...

    Article : 58 words
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  14. JAPANESE MUNITIONS.

    Passengers arriving from Copenhagen assert that news has been received that Russia is accumulating munitions and importing them from ...

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  15. TOO LATE FOR HELP.

    Major Moraht, the military correspondent of the "Berliner Tageblatt," states that the occupation of Kumanovo, Uskub, and Veles makes ...

    Article : 65 words
  16. Advertising Bathurst.

    Recognising, of course, that Bathurst is the most important city in the west, the "Daily Telegraph" was yesterday represented at Bathurst by ...

    Article : 94 words
  17. MORE DEATH SENTENCES.

    A court-martial at Liege has convicted nine more Belgians for espionage; four were sentenced to death, including a woman. ...

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  18. The French Army

    His Majesty the King, in a message to the French army at the conclusion of his visit to the French front, profoundly admires, the heroic exploits, ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. CAPTURED GERMAN GUNS.

    Great crowds, including many Australian and New Zealand wounded, visited Horse Guards Parade to see the captured German guns, some of ...

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  20. NEWSPAPER'S BITTER CRITICISM.

    The "Evening Standard," in a warm criticism, states that Lord Lansdowne's statement will be read with no little shame; it is a confession, ...

    Article : 125 words
  21. Orange Claims and the Official Figures.

    Notwithstanding that it was widely advertised that Orange had contributed 20 men to the Coo-ees, the official figures show that only 16 were ...

    Article : 69 words
  22. Flour and Bread

    The Attorney-General to-night made available the fixed wnolesale prices for flour, bran, pollard, and bread, which figures are to become ...

    Article : 324 words
  23. The World at War.

    Authentic episodes of events of the present campaign of this colossal war will be depicted with graphic realism at the Star Pictures to-morrow ...

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  25. Two More Lists

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  26. Personal

    The interment of the late Mrs. Hawkins took place yesterday afternoon in the family vault at Kelso. The sivermounted poished cedar coffin was ...

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  27. STRIKE OVER

    Strong comment was made by Mr. Justice Heydon in the Industrial Court to-day upon the action of the Coal-Lumpers Union in including ...

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  28. In Berlin

    Information from an unquestionable source states that the food crisis in Berlin has became a panic. The poorer classes are on the verge of ...

    Article : 92 words
  29. ENEMY CLAIMS.

    We reached the line Valjevo-Morowic and crossed the rivers of Jasenica and Roseva; also captured Nefresnica, in the Pek Valley. ...

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  30. BATHURST WELCOMES THE COO-EES.

    No wind, no dust, no rain could stem, the ardor of Bathurst in welcoming Captain Hitchin and his Coo-ees, on their arrival in Bathurst yesterday. ...

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  31. ENEMY ADVANCING.

    We captured the heights on the frontier of the village of Pobla and bayented the enemy also on the heights of Topola. The ...

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  32. In the Baltic

    Reuter's Petrograd correspondent states that a British, submarine sunk four German steamers in the Baltic. ...

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  34. Servians Advancing

    The Servians at Veles are advancing on Ishtip, making the Bulgarians' hold on Uskub precarious. ...

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  35. RECRUITING.

    At the Victoria Barracks to-day, 42 men were examined and 6 rejected. At the Town, Hall 41 offered their services, of whom 30 were accepted. ...

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  36. In the Commons

    In the House of Commons, Mr. Lloyd George, who was in charge, announced that Mr. Asquith was quite recovered. (Cheers.) He would make ...

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  37. 28,496

    Including those mentioned in to-day's casualty lists the number of Australians now out of action is 28,496. ...

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  38. ACTIVE UNIONIST KILLED.

    William John Murray, 40, ex-President of the Boilermakers' and Iron Shipbuilders' Society, who lived at Merrylands, received injuries on the ...

    Article : 101 words
  39. Bombardment of Dedeagatch

    Admiral De Robeck directed the Dedeagatch bombardment, and for six hours mostly monitors, destroyers and cruisers were engaged. The ...

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  40. MEN TO RESUME WORK.

    The coal-lumpers held a meeting, and decided to resume work to-morrow, pending a conference with the employers. ...

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  41. Mr Winston Churchill

    It is rumored that Mr. Winston Church is resigning. It is noteworthy that he was absent from the Commons when Mr P Molteno's ...

    Article : 66 words
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