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  3. FLANDERS BATTLE

    Reuter's correspondent at tie British headquarters telegraphs:— "There has been a good dead of sharp fighting north of the ...

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  4. THE HUNS' EASTERN ADVANCE

    The intentions of the Germans an the Riga are not yet clear. The fall of Friedricks[?]ad and Dvinsk are threatened by the advance but though ...

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  5. END OF THE STRIKE

    A settlement of the strike in the railway and tramway services has been arrived at. The strikers representatives accepted the Government's terms ...

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  6. LATEST WAR NEWS

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:—"We entered German trenches on a front of several hundred yards cast of ...

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  7. HUN INTRIGUE EXPOSED.

    The State Department an Washington publishes an official document showing how the Swedish legation in the Argentine is acting as a secret means ...

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  8. POPE'S PROPOSAL

    "Reichpost" learns that the Pope intends to propose a peace conference, accompanied by a cessation of arms, provided replies from the Powers to ...

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  9. HUN NAVAL FORCES.

    Advices, from Stockholm report that strong German naval forces have been seen in the Baltic steering northwards, possibly intending to attack Russian ...

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  10. PRESIDENT TO ASK FOR EXPLANATION.

    President Irogoyen, of Argentina, will call for an explanation from the Swedish Charge d' Affaires as soon as confirmation of the disclosures is ...

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  11. SWEDISH-HUN CO-ORDINATION.

    Cyp[?]er despatches bearing the signature of the Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed to Swedish legations in various countreis, have been ...

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  12. WHY MEAT IS DEAR

    Mr Sidney Kidman, who has dealt with more cattle than any other mam in Australia, and is known as tho "Cattle King." says that the people are not ...

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  13. ITALIAN DRIVE

    An Italian official message says:— "North-eastward of Gorizia the enemy, having suffered heavily, is desperately resisting. We took prisoner ...

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  14. MR. LLOYD GEORGE CONFIDENT

    Mr. Lloyd George, the Prime Minister speaking at Birkenhead, where he opened the National Eisteddfod, said:— ...

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  15. THE MARNE VICTORY

    Field-Marshal Lord French, interviewed by a representative of "Le Journal" regarding the Battle of the Marne, the anniversary of which is ...

    Article : 218 words
  16. [?]OE'S ATTACK FAILS.

    A French communique says:—"We repulsed an enemy surprise attack south of Ailles (on the Aisne front) ...

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  17. BRITAIN'S PART

    Reuter's has received a full and autho[?]tive statement in regard to the respective parts played by the Dominions and Great Britain in the ...

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  18. HUN ATROCITIES

    "The Weekly Dispatch" relates The story of a U boat horror which rivals that of the Belgian Prince. A mercnahntman in the Atlantic saw ...

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  19. KAISER TALKS AGAIN.

    Reuter's correspondent at Amsterdam reports that the Kaiser in a boastful speech to the German troops at Riga, said—"This town was founded by the ...

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  20. CANADIAN CONSCRIPTION

    An announcement of conscription has caused a stimulus to recruiting in Canadian cities. By giving the franchise to women relatives of soldiers ...

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  21. INTERNAL POSITION

    There has been a feeling almost of despair a[?]ong the thinking elements in Petrograd regarding the general situation, but so far as the b[?] of ...

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  22. CANADIAN AVIATOR.

    Reuter's correspondent at Monde[?] reports that a cable to his father says that Captain Bishop a Canadian [?]for broke the British record by ...

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  23. PROPOSAL IN CANADA.

    [?] Arthur Meighen Solicitor-General, this afternoon introduced a War Time Elections Bill to disfranchise [?] sc[?]entious objectors and enemy aliens ...

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  24. FREMCH SUCCESS.

    A Fren[?]h communique says:— "On the right of the Mouse the French attacked in the morning the enemy lines on a front of 2 1[?] kilometres ...

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  25. FOOD PRICES

    At the Trades Union Congress at Blackpool to-day it was resolved that unless the Government effectively controls the prices of necessaries a ...

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  26. SENSATION IN BRITAIN.

    Mr. Lan[?]g's revelations caused a sensation in Great Britain. It appears that the Foreign Office at Stockholm has been acting as a telegraph office ...

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  27. WESTERN SITUATION

    N[?] has been more imp[?]ossive in connection with my visit to the front, daring which I have been privileged to mo[?]t representative soldiers f[?]m ...

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  28. TRIPOLI FIGHTING

    An [?]ign column near Agril[?] mon[?] against 5000 [?] with five [?] directed by a Turkish officer. A desperate fight ...

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