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  2. LIEUT. ROBINSON, R.N. Another Honour.

    Our cablegrams last week announced that Lieut. Lionel Frederick Robinson, of the Royal Navy, formerly of Melbourne, had been appointed by the King of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    An Australian, -who served on Gallipol from the start to the finish, says:—"I have been in two real fights. Lone Pine and Lagnicourt. For sheer ferocity and quick ...

    Article : 215 words
  4. Prospects of Great Victory.

    Gen. Haig's sudden coup, which resulted in the seizure of a German cavalry farm, with an extensive length of the Hindenburg trench, has confirmed our hold, on ...

    Article : 166 words
  5. Progress in Champagne.

    The French communique on Thursday night stated:—There is considerable cannonading north-east of Soisaons. Along the Chemin des Damfes, by mieans of local ...

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  6. Lost and Retaken.

    Gen. Sir Douglas Haig, in his Friday morning communique, stated that on Thursday the Germans attacked east of Arlcux and south of the Souchez ...

    Article : 278 words
  7. French Artillery Active.

    The French Saturday night report stated:—Our artillery has been active today, especially south of St. Quentin, also on the plaiteau north of the River Aisne ...

    Article : 66 words
  8. French Loss and Gains.

    The French communique issued on Friday, night says:—After a violent bombardment in the region of Cerny-en-Laonnois, enemy attacks on both sides of the village were ...

    Article : 141 words
  9. Frantic for Initiative.

    A correspondent at the British Headquarters- in France asserts that the Germans ore making frantic efforts to regain the initiative. Prince Rupprecht is hard ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. Enemy Losses 300,000 in a Month.

    Moderate estimates put the German losses in killed, wounded, and prisoners as the result of the present French offensive, from April 16 to May 1 at 200,000. This ...

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    The French communique on Saturday afternoon stated:—Our batteries carried a destructive fire gainst German organizations, and blew up a munitions depot ...

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  13. French Operations.

    The Friday French communique announced:—"We carried a centre of resistance in the region of Chevreux. Grenade counter-attacks broke down under our fire. ...

    Article : 174 words
  14. British Line Advanced.

    The Buliecourt to Queaut redoubt forms a hinge on tvhicli the Hindehburg line turns. The capture of Bullecourt is a brilliant British feat, and is the first serious ...

    Article : 353 words
  15. Australian Posthumously Honoured.

    The Bureau has announced the award of the Victoria Cross posthumously to Capt. Percy Hubert Cherry, maduine gun officer of the 26th (Queensland and ...

    Article : 561 words
  16. Bullecourt Entered.

    Gen. Haig, in his communique on Saturday night, says:—"Further details of last night's enemy attacks confirm the success of the operations. Considerable enemy ...

    Article : 386 words
  17. Australians and Germans.

    The war correspondent of The London Observer declares that the Canadians will win back Fresnoy. He says:—-They are now war-hardened troops of the sternest ...

    Article : 108 words
  18. German Attacks Repelled.

    The French communique of Sunday morning says:—Artillery and rifle fire broke up violent enemy attache on the Oraonne Plateau, nortn of Rheima, and ...

    Article : 85 words
  19. More Australian Bravery

    From the Bullecoart batt'e area there has been received the splendid news that the Australians, after Saving more than held their own against, bodies of picked ...

    Article : 61 words
  20. Awards to New Zealanders,

    The Military Medal baa been awarded ' to seven New Zealand soldiers. ...

    Article : 19 words



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