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  3. SOUTH AMERICAN STATES.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rio states that the Brazilian Foreign Office had a long conference with the diplomatic representatives of various South ...

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  4. SUBMARINE SAVAGERY

    The proposal that Brazil should take over the American consulates in Germany has been abandoned. This action is taken to mean that Brazil will ...

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  6. WEST FRONT

    xA German official message says:— "A counter-back against the English regained the greater part of our lost trenches east of ...

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  7. GRAND VIZIER RETIRES.

    Reuter's correspondent at, Amsterdam says that the Sultan of Turkey has accepted the resignation of the Grand Vizier (Prince Said Halim Pasha). He ...

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  9. AMERICA & GERMANY

    President Wilson to-day appealed to Congress to dispose quickly of routine business, and clear the decks for any enventuality. ...

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  10. THE EAVESTOWE LOST.

    The British, steamer Eavestowe has been sunk. The captain and four of the crew were killed. Eleven members of the crew of Isle of Man have ...

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  11. BRITISH VESSEL SUNK.

    The British steamer Hurstwood has been sunk. Five of those on board were killed. Others were injured. ...

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  12. LATEST INDICATIONS.

    Indications are increasing that Germany is preparing to climb down. It is reported that negotiations are proceeding with neutrals, with a view to ...

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  13. SWITZERLAND'S ATTITUDE.

    The tension among neutrals is unabated. They undoubtedly fear the German threats, which are everywhere discussed Switzerland continues her efforts ...

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  14. BALLART POULTRY SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Ballarat Poultry Society was held on Monday night, Mr S. De[?] presiding. The annual report which was adopted, ...

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  15. IRISH BY-ELECTION.

    The by-election for, North Roscommon resulted:— Plunkett .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3022 Devine (Official Nationalist) .. .. 1708 ...

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  16. PARCELS FOR AUSTRALIANS.

    The Australian Red Cross has sent 400 parcels to the 840 Australian prisoners in Germany during January. It has also answered 200 cables of ...

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  17. SHOULD HUNS BACK DOWN?

    French newspapers suggest that President Wilson's action may have created formidable political difficulties in Germany, which will compel the ...

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  18. CALLOUS HUN ACT.

    The Belgian relief ship Lars Kruse has been sunk by the Germans. She was loaded with maize consigned to the neutral Relief Commission in Belgium. She ...

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  19. BRITAIN SNOW, [?]OUND.

    Britain is snow bound. The weather is the coldest experienced for 20 years, there being from 10 to 25 degrees of frost. ...

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  20. MESOPOTAMIA

    "On the night of Friday our cavalry reached a point on the right bank of the Tigris, 25 miles west of Kut[?]el-Amara, opposite the Turkish advanced ...

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  21. EXPORTS TO HOLLAND.

    Reuter's correspondent at the Hague says that it is reported from Germany that exports from Germany to Holland will be prohibited from 16th February. ...

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  22. AMERICAN PRECAUTIONS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Washington reports that as a result of a conference between President Wilson and Mr Daniels, Secretary for the Navy, ...

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  23. RUSSIA'S DETERMINATION.

    "The Times" correspondent at Petrograd reports that M. rodzianko, President of the Duma, addressing the Allied delegates on 4th February, said ...

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  24. GERMAN JOURNAL'S COMMENT.

    German censors released the news of America's decision on Monday. Berlin newspapers comment upon the new development. The "Cologue ...

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  25. ARGENTINE INDIFFERENT.

    According to the "Times" correspondent at Bue[?] Aires, the Argentine's attitude remains impersonal, though a section of the National Congress is ...

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  26. RESULT OF BRITISH MOVE.

    Held Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:—"We repulsed three attempled raids in the Somme front. The locacl operation which we carried out last night ...

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  27. GERMAN STATEMENT.

    A German wireless press message announces that there is "general satisfaction in the Dutch shipping world at the change in the boundary of the ...

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  28. DERBY CONSPIRACY CHARGE

    At Derby to-day the hearing of evidence in connection with the alleged conspirary to murder Mr Lloyd George (the Prime Minister), and Mr Arthur ...

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  29. INTERSTATE NEWS.

    A deputation of publicans' waited on the Attorney-General. Mr Vaughan, to-day. Mr Barrwell, M.P., protested against the methods adopted by the ...

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  30. SPANISH FEELING.

    Reuter'e correspondent at Madrid states that the Spanish newspapers congratulate the United States on her action. ...

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  31. BREAK WITH GERMANY.

    America's rupture with Germany has greatly stimulated the contributions to the British war loan. The Bank of England has been ...

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  32. THREAT TO NEUTRALS.

    The "Berliner Tageblatt" and the "Vossische Zeitung," Liberal organs, threaten European neutrals with dire consequences if they follow President ...

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  33. HUN FRIGHTFULNESS.

    The Amsterdam journal "Handelsblatt' says that Holland is not prepared to suffer to fare of Louvain. Dinant, and Liege, or give the Kaiser ...

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  34. OFFICIAL'S LIFE ATTEMPTED.

    Mr D. F. Malone, the Customs collector at New York, reported to the Treasury this morning that he had found a bomb under the steps at his ...

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  35. HUN BRUTALITY

    A Statement issued by the Admiralty says:— The survirors of the British steamer Eavestone (1858 tons), owned by ...

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  36. ATTACK ON BEAUCOURT.

    Mr Filston Young, describing the moonlight attack on Beaucourt in 20 degrees of frost, says that the troops went out at mignight, in daylight ...

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  37. ACCIDENT AT BREAKWATER.

    This morning an accident occurred at the Glenelg breakwater constructional works, the locomotive pushing four trucks along the jetty, when portion of ...

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  38. DARDANELLES COMMISSION

    The Dardanelles Commission to-day examined at length Mr Keith A. Murdoch, special representative of "The Herald" and Sydney "Sun." ...

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  39. BALFOUR MEETS AMBASSADOR.

    Mr Balfour, the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, had a prolonged interview with Mr Page, the American Ambassador, at the Foreign Office yesterday. The ...

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  40. GERMANY'S ONLY FEAR.

    In the course of his statement at the conference with leaders of the Centre and National Liberal parties after the secret session of the Reichstag's War ...

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  41. XTHE WAR LOAN.

    At the State Recruiting Conference at Hobart, the interesting suggestion was made that winners of prizes in Tattersall's sweeps should be required to invest ...

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  42. PETROGRAD PAPERS' HOPE.

    "The Times" correspondent at Petrograd reports that Petrograd newspapers express the hope that possible American intervention will not be permitted to ...

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  43. INTERNED VESSELS.

    The crews of German steamships have been removed to Ellis Island, preparatory to being returned to Germany. (Reuter's Telegrams.) ...

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  44. BERNSTORFF'S ROAD HOME.

    Arrangements are in progress for Count von Bernstorff and 300 German consulate officers throughout the country to return home by way of Cuba ...

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  45. N.S.W. UNEMPLOYED.

    A deputation front the Labor Council which waited on the Premier, estimated the unemployed, in New South Wales at 10,000. The Premier replied that he ...

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  46. HUGE PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES.

    Reuter's correspondent at Philadelphia reports that Schuylkill arsenal has been authorised to purchase war supplies for an army of half a million men. ...

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  47. GENERAL WAR NEWS

    Temporary Lieutenant A. B. Filson Young, of the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, the well-known author and jounalist, says that a Canadian ...

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  48. PEACE BY BATTLE

    German, newspapers publish a declaration by General von Stein, the German Minister for War, warning "timid souls" that the only peace possible is ...

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  49. MARCONI WIRELESS.

    Reuter's correspondent at New York states that the American Marconi Wireless Company in the event of emergency will place its entire organisation, plan[?], ...

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  50. JAPAN FAVORABLE.

    Tokio announces that a public demonstration has been held there in favor of the United States. Count Okuma, the former Prime ...

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  51. VESSELS TOTALLY DISABLED.

    Six millions sterling worth of machinery was destroyed on the [?] liners in the port of New York alone The vessels a[?]d totally disabled. The crews of ...

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  52. GERMAN SAILORS' REJOICING.

    The German Seamen's Society telegraphed to the Kaiser, rejoicing in the adoption of rugheless submarine warfare, being "convinced that it will ...

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  53. EFFECTS OF COAL STRIKE.

    It is estimated that during December, the month of the coal strike, 16,579 employes in New South Wales were idle through strikes. 75,930 working days ...

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  54. GERMAN COAL SHORTAGE.

    The German coal crisis has been intensified, and the most rigid economy has been ordered. In all the provincial cities there has ...

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  55. U.S. IMMIGRATION BILL.

    Washington reports that the Immigration Bill has been passed by Congrew in defiance of the President's veto, and is now law, despite the ...

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  56. GERMAN WIRELESS STATION.

    (The "Times" correspondent at Tuckerton (U.S.A.) reports that the Government has confiscated the German wireless [?]tation. Communication will be continued ...

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  57. U.S. AMBASSADOR AT PARIS.

    Paris announces that Mr W. Graves Sharp, the American Ambassador to France, has been instructed to cease representing Germany. ...

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  58. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    At the police court this morning Ivo Scott late accountant of the Geelong and Western District Preserving Companyfi answered criminal summonses ...

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  59. BERLIN HEARS OF RUPTURE.

    Dutch reports from Berlin say that the German population heard of rupture with America calmly. The people crowded the streets and discussed the ...

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  60. LAST WEEK'S TOLL

    Ships sunk last week comprised approximately 60,000 tons. The vessels were mostly neutrals. Among the vessele reported sunk are ...

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  61. CLUB FOR OFFICERS.

    Influential efforts are being made to retain the requisitioned Automobile Club or an Overseas Officers' Club. The building would be most suitable ...

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  62. BRITAIN'S MAN POWER.

    The Press Bureau states that Air Neville Chamberlain, in accordance with the War Cabinet's decision, is instructing every Government department to cancel ...

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  63. BERLIN EXPLANATION.

    A Berlin official message says :— "Germany regrets that the United States gave the German Note an interpretation which Germany unintended. ...

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  64. WILLINGTON PROVINCE ELECTION

    CR A. J. FISHEN [?] A meeting of the [?] porters of C.A.J. Fishen [?] at Craig's hotel on Friday [?] ...

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  65. GREAT FORTUNE BEQUEATHED.

    The late Mr Fenwick Harrison, who gave large sums to war charities, bequeathed the sum of £1,500,000 in his will. ...

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  66. MEXICO A POSSIBLE HUN ALLY.

    Reuter's correspondent at Washington states that a report from a semi-official source says that the army and navy are shaping their plans for a ...

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  67. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

    His Majesty the King will open Parliament at noon on February 7. The Royal carriage will be preceded by a magnificant military pageant through ...

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  68. NEUTRAL STEAMSHIP LINE.

    The Swedish Government has proposed that the three Scandinavian countries Norway, Denmark, and Sweden, should form an organisation for a ...

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  74. MINISTERS SUMMONED.

    Mr Lloyd George (the Prime Minister), summoned all Ministers for an important conference early on Tuesday, prior to the opening of Parliament. ...

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