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  6. SUBMARINE SAVAGERY

    Considerable anxiety is felt in London concerning the fate of the crew of the Belgian relief shin Lars Kruse. The increased sinkings are being ...

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  7. YANKEE AND HUN

    Washington is still waiting for the spark which may blow up the powder magazine. This represents the situation to-day. ...

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  8. BRITISH PARLIAMENT

    Parliament was opened to-day, amid sunshine, but it was bitterly cold, after a night when there were 15 degrees of frost. ...

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  9. SPEECH FROM THE THRONE

    His, Majesty the King, in his speech,, said:— "For the third time in succession I summon you to your deliberations in the ...

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  10. APPEAL TO NEUTRALS.

    (President Wilson's appeal to neutrals to join in the diplomatic severance with Germany is apparently a failure. The opinion is growing at ...

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  11. AZIL DETERMINED.

    It is officially announced that Brazil's reply to the German announcement of unrestricted submarine warfare has been despatched to Berlin. ...

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  12. ROYALTY RECEIVES TROOPS.

    Their Majesties received the overseas guards of honor at Buckingham Palace. [?] entertained the escort at luncheon and shook hands with every man. ...

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  13. LIEUT.-COLONEL DEEBLE.

    Lieut.-Colonel Arthur V. Deeble, who commanded the Australian troops at the opening of Parliament in London to-day, was principal of the Essendon High ...

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  14. ARGENTINE'S REPLY.

    The Government has replied to Germany regretting that the Emperor considered such extreme measures necessary, and declaring that the Government will ...

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  15. AMBASSADOR GERARD

    It was announced by the State Department to-day that Mr J. W. Gerard, the former American Ambassador at Berlin, had reached Switzerland, but ...

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  16. WEST FRONT

    A French communique says:— "A German attack upon a salient in the region of Embermenil. in Lorraine, gained a footing in the advanced ...

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  17. SOUTH AMERICAN STATES CONFER.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rio states that Muller, the Brazilian Premier, has had a further conference with the South American representatives. It is stated ...

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  18. BRITISH PRESSURE CONTINUED.

    Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:—As a result of continuous pressure on both banks of the Anere; the enemy was forced to abandon Grandcourt, ...

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  19. SENATE SUPPORTS WILSON.

    The Senate to-day adopted a resolution approving of President Wilson's action in severing diplomatic relations with Germany. ...

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  20. SEIZURE OF SHIPS.

    Mr Tower, telegraphing from Rotterdam, says that the authorities in Berlin regard the United States seizure of ships as practically an act of war. The ...

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  21. SCANDINAVIA PROTESTS.

    It is announced that the Scandinavian Governments have decided to send a joint protest against the new submarine campaign to Germany. ...

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  22. BERNSTORFF'S RETURN.

    Herr von Bopp, who was the German Consul at San Francisco. and his three assistants, who were each sentenced to two years' imprisonment for having ...

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  23. ALLIED LINERS SAIL.

    Allied liners are sailing as usual, but the British Consulate is declining to issue passports for women and children. ...

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  24. SEA TRADE SUSTAINED.

    Compared with the record for January, 1915, British exports showed an increase last month of £10,103,375, and imports an increase ...

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  25. LIVELY ARTILLERY ACTIVITY.

    The latest French communique reports lively artillery activity in the sectors of Mort Homme. Louvemont, and Chambrettes. ...

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  26. GERMAN FOOD SHORTAGE

    It is stated that troops at Aix-laChapelle, on 23rd January, charged 12,000 persons who were making a hunger demonstration, and that many were ...

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  27. BRITISH LINER SUNK.

    Mr Robert Lansing, the Secretary of State, has received, a despatch from Mr W. Frost the American Consul at Queenstown, stating that that British ...

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  28. GREECE EMBARRASSED.

    Reuter's correspondent at Athens states that America's request to Greece to define her attitude regarding Germany's unrestricted ...

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  29. CHINA CONSIDERING.

    "The Times" correspondent at Perkin says that the question of the endorsement of President Wilson's attitude is before the Chinese Government, which, thanks ...

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  30. COWARDLY HUN REPRISAL.

    It is intimated by the Swedish Red Cross that the German military authorities persist in refusing to allow Russian officer prisoners to receive food from ...

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  31. INTERNED HUN SHIPS

    It is officially reported that 30 German interned vessels have been so disabled that repairs would ocupy six months. Of 5500 men composing the crews of ...

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  32. 22 SPANISH VESSELS LOST.

    A message from Madrid says that during the war 22 Spanish steamers, with a total tonnage of 6000, have been sunk by submarines. ...

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  33. MEXICAN LEADER.

    Carranza, the Mexican leader, denies the report that he sent congratulations to the Kaiser with regard to submarine warfare. ...

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  34. WOMEN SEEK POTATOES.

    It is announced from Amsterdam that 100 women in Wesel (Prussia) marched to the Burgomaster and petitioned for potatces. They then crossed the Rhine ...

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  35. BRITAIN CANNOT BE STARVED.

    The "Times," in a Teading article; commenting on Mr Bonar Law's statement, "Germany has absolutely no chance of starving Britain," says:—"We ...

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  36. ROOSEVELT'S APPEAL.

    In a special article published by the Press, Roosevelt appeals to the nation to profit by the example of Canada and Australia. Both are highly praised as ...

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  37. AMERICANS AMONG SURVIVORS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Washington reports that a steady stream of reports of the destruction of ships reached its climax to-night when a ...

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  38. PEOPLE'S TERRIBLE PRIVATIONS.

    The "Daly Mail" states that an Englishman whose husband, a German, was killed at Ypres, escaped to Holland, and has arrived in London. ...

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  39. ANTI-WAR CAMPAIGN.

    It is learnt from a reliable source in Washington that a great campaign against militarism has commenced, with an insidious nation-wide propaganda ...

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  40. HUN PLOT IN CHILI.

    Adives from Valparaiso state that a German plot to corner and destroy the world's largest saltpetre supply in Chili was blocked by a combination of dealers. ...

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  41. HOUSE OF LORDS SPEECH.

    In the house of Lords [?] moving the address in reply to the King's speech said that the silver lining to our cloud of unpreparedness at the ...

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  42. BARQUE IN TROUBLE.

    Reuter's Correspondent at Washington reports that a barquentine from Port Adelaide for Aberdeen Washington, is off the Washington coast, short ...

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  43. U.S. SHIPPING.

    It is announced that the American liner St. Louis (11,628 tons) will not be given convoy if it sails through the German submarine zone to England. ...

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  44. TEUTONS AND TURKS BARRED.

    Reuter's correspondent at New York states that all German, Australian, and Turkish subjects are now barred from ships trading on the coast. ...

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  45. PORT ADELAIDE NOT WARNED.

    An official report regarding the [?] ing of the Commonwealth and Dominion liner Port Adelaide, (8181 tons) has been issued by the Admiralty. ...

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  46. FURTHER VICTIMS.

    The following sinkings are announced:—British steamer Corsican Prince, 17 milling; St. Ninian, missing at Lloyd's: Baltic, Bayreaux, Brocklesly, ...

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  47. GERMAN INTERESTS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Borne states that Switzerland has agreed to take charge of German interests in the United States. ...

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  49. LEADER OF NATIONALISTS.

    It is announced that Mr John Redmond, M.P. has been re-elected chairman of the Irish Nationalists. ...

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