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  2. FALL OF TREBIZOND.

    The announcement of the fall of Trebizond is officially confirmed at Petrograd. An earlier message from the Russian capital tsated that the enemy had been repulsed in ...

    Article : 185 words
  3. THE WESTERN FRONT.

    Enemy aeroplanes flew over Boulogne and dropped several bombs, but were driven off by French aircraft. Yesterday's attack between the River Meuse and Douaumont was of most extreme violence, conducted by troops of five different division. The enemy was ...

    Article : 331 words
  4. THE ROYAL SHOW.

    A feature of the exhibits at the Royal Show is the substitution of Australian made articles for imported goods. The latter have fallen off considerably. Experts agreed that ...

    Article : 873 words
  5. ANZAC DAY.

    Anzac Day was celebrated in the presence of a large gathering of parents and children at the Primary School yesterday afternoon. Visitors spent an hour in observing the ...

    Article : 1,532 words
  6. SOUTH GRAFTON COUNCIL.

    The Mayor (Ald. Bawden) presided at a meeting of the above last night. There were also present Ald. McKittrick, Carlton, Reid, and Schwinghammer. Apologies for ...

    Article : 1,309 words
  7. SPORTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 335 words
  8. CAPTURE OF TREBIZOND.

    The capture of Trebizond proves to be Emperor Nicholas' Easter present from his countrymen. Rapidity of operations was a triumph for General Yudenitch, who was ...

    Article : 181 words
  9. GERMAN-ROUMANIAN RELATIONS.

    The German press jubilantly asserts that the new commercial agreement with Roumania means that the latter has definitely sworn allegiance to Germany and Austria. Roumanian papers say the arrangement is purely economic, and has no political significance whatever. ...

    Article : 47 words
  10. CZAR WITNESSES AERIAL COMBAT.

    While the Czar was reviewing his troops at Ivanz, a fleet of Austrian aeroplanes appeared above, and commenced to drop bombs. Russian anti-aircraft guns replied, and the Czar stood watching the shrapnel bursting around the machines. When they flew off he resumed his review. ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. LISMORE PONY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 155 words
  12. GENERAL CABLES.

    The punitive expedition to Mexico failed. General Carranza's troops at Paral threatened war if General Preshing proceeds a step further. It has been definitely ...

    Article : 56 words
  13. SUCCESSFUL TURKISH ATTACK.

    Turks claim that one of their reconnaissance parties on the Suez Canal attacked an enemy detachment, killing five aud putting the rest to flight. ...

    Article : 29 words
  14. GENERAL COMPULSION QUESTION.

    The House of Lord's debated Lord Milner's motion in favor of general compulsion. The mover said he thought the age limit might advantageously be advanced to 45. Britain's lack of men had been the permanent and ubiquitous cause of weakness and the heaviest handicap. Now was the time to put the last ounce into the ...

    Article : 210 words
  15. TURKISH SUBMARINE DESTROYED.

    A Turkish submarine was destroyed by striking a mine off Trebizond. The crew were drowned. A Hague despatch says it is known that ...

    Article : 36 words
  16. LICENSED VICTUALLERS' J.C.

    At a meeting on Wednesday night it was decided to hold the annual race meeting of this club on July 22. Five events as were put on last year, will be competed for, and ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. AMERICAN AND GERMAN RELATIONS.

    President Wilson has now decided to[?] before Congress immediately the whole issue arising out of Germany's submarine campaign and her declaration, through Count ...

    Article : 65 words
  18. A COMPROMISE SUGGESTED.

    The London "Daily Mail" and "Daily News" state that the Committee placed the position before the military chiefs, explaining that the measures are favored by a majority of the Cabinet. The military chiefs, notably Major-General Robertson, expressed their satisfaction, believing they will not secure the requisite numbers. The ...

    Article : 423 words
  19. "PILOT'S" TIPS.

    "Pilot," the well-known sporting writer of Sydney "Referee," tips the following for Saturday's racing at the A.J.C. meeting:-- ...

    Article : 64 words
  20. PASTRY COOKS' STRIKE.

    Application was made to Mr. Justice Heydon to continue the ex-parte injunction restraining officials of the Pastrycooks Employees' Union from instigating or aiding ...

    Article : 523 words
  21. DONCASTER HANDICAP.

    The final forfeit falls due for the mile race this afternoon. As there will be no issue of the "Daily Examiner" on Friday, any attempt at placing the horses must be ...

    Article : 62 words
  22. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH.

    The Easter Show was officially opened today by the State Governor. At the official luncheon the Governor said that the Government of New South Wales had co-operated ...

    Article : 534 words
  23. TURF NOTES.

    Local sporting and racing notes will be found on Page 2 to-day. Latest scratchings for the Doncaster: Amata and Tom Castro. ...

    Article : 24 words
  24. LOSSES THROUGH SUBMARINES.

    The Admiralty announces that the steamer Zent was torpedoed on the night of the 5th without warning. She did not see a submarine, but sank in a few minutes. The Russian barque Schwanden was also torpedoed and sunk. The crew were saved. ...

    Article : 96 words
  25. ILUKA REGATTA.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 265 words
  26. AMERICAN-GERMAN RELATIONS.

    Count Bernstorff informed the U.S. State Secretary that under no circumstances could Germany give up submarine warfare. He added that this is in retaliation for the British food blockade against Germany. The latter, however, was willing to make amends for any violation of interlational law. ...

    Article : 94 words
  27. ANTI-WAR MEETING STOPPED.

    The Home Secretary explains that he prohibited the stop-war meeting at Trafalgar Square on Easter Sunday because he had reason to believe it would precipitate grave disorder. ...

    Article : 33 words
  28. SERVIAN ARMY REORGANISED.

    General Sarrail inspected the reorganised Servian army, which is now encamped near Salonika. The men are of fine physique, look strong and well, despite the hardships in their terrible retreat through the Albanian mountains. ...

    Article : 42 words
  29. GREEKS COURT-MARTIALLED.

    The French staff at Salonika court-martialled two Greeks, one a civilian and the other a soldier, for spying on behalf of Bulgaria. The civilian was shot and the soldier handled over to the Greek commander. ...

    Article : 49 words
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