Such of the news at is so indicated appoared in "The Times" this morning, and it cabled to this paper by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions expressed are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to be so. ...Article : 71 words
LONDON, Thursday Night.-- A message form the British Commander-in-chef in Mesopostamia states:-- We carried out on Tuesday a highly ...Article : 205 words
LONDON, Thursday (12.10 a.m.). --Mr. Hamilton Fyfc, of "The Dally Mail," wires from the battle front:-- The attacks everywhere have been ...Article : 230 words
The Daily Mail" states that the thrust at Beaumont Hamel gained two rind a half miles, and brings tho Germans to a point 11 miles to the east of Amiens. ...Article : 189 words
LONDON, Friday (6.50 p.m.). Reuter's correspondent with the French head quarters, wiring on Thursday evening, says that the trenmendous impetus of the ...Article : 1,210 words
LONDON, Wednesday (1.50 p.m.).--Field-Marsbal Sir Douglas Haig reports as follow:--We were 'slightly forced back on both banks of the Somme, near Bray. ...Article : 1,041 words
The War Office, the Cabinet, and leaders of the different Government departments are working at extieme pressure so as to quicken the despatch of ...Article : 468 words
LONDON, Thursday Morning.--Field. Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports that the battle was renewed this morning to the north and to the south of the Somme. ...Article : 1,605 words
LONDON, Thursday (9.45 p.m.)-- Renter's correspondent at the British headquarters, telegraphing on the evening of Thursday last, says that wintry weather ...Article : 464 words
LONDON, Friday (3 a.m.).--The Times," in a loader, Laics: On the surface the changes are unfavorable. We have relinquished Rosieres, but ...Article : 774 words
LONDON, Thursday Morning.-- "The Times'' states that the situation last night was undoubtedly mere hopeful than since tho battle begun. But it is still ...Article : 666 words
LONDON, Thursday (1.30 p.m.)-- "The Times" correspondent at Pans says:-- "Le Temps favors tho appointment of a generalissimo to direct the Allied ...Article : 127 words
LONDON, Thursday (1.30 p.m.).--The correspondent of "The Times at Paris states that a long-range German gun has' 'been shelling Dunkirk for several days ...Article : 55 words
LONDON, Friday (7.30 a.m.).--"The line holds," la the essential fact. The situation, despite the considerable German advance to the south is marked ...Article : 469 words
LONDON, Thursday (10.35 p.m.).-- The following remarkably confirms, from enemy sources, the British accounts of the huge German casualties:-- ...Article : 153 words
LONDON, Wednesday (4.25 p.m.)-- The Press Bureau announces the King has sent the following message to Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig: ...Article : 182 words
WASHINGTON, Thursday. --"Determination to fight on, without counting the cost, until the freedom of mankind is safe," was cabled to President Wilson ...Article : 48 words
TOKIO, Thursday.--A settlement has been readied, whereby Japan will furnish America with shipping. The Government is actively engaged in ...Article : 67 words
LONDON, Thursday (4 p.m.)--Reuter's correspondent' at Amsterdam states that Gorman war correspondents continue to pay tributes to the British ...Article : 77 words
WASHINGTON, Thursday.--America is stirred by the menace of the German offensive. The Senate debated the war today. Senator Lodge bitterly denounced ...Article : 152 words
MELBOURNE, Friday.--The report of the executive, adopted, at the annual conference of the Victorian section of the Australian Labor party, which opened ...Article : 164 words
LONDON, Thursday.--The correspondent of "The-Times" at Zurich states that despite the recent Rcichstag disclaimer, "Gemania" state that Liclmowsky is to ...Article : 129 words
CAPETOWN, Friday Morning.--In the South African Assembly last night the National Anthem was sung during the sitting by a number of members. At its ...Article : 84 words
LONDON, Thursday Afternoon.-- Reuter's correspondent at Amsterdam stated that the Kaiser has telegraphed to Krupps his congratulations one the ...Article : 40 words
WASHINGTON, Thursday.-- The Epanish. Embassy learns that the U boat 48 has been interned in a damaged condition at a port in Spain. ...Article : 31 words
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