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    LATE LAWRENCE QUINN. The late Private Lawrence Quinn,was a popular young townsman, and enlisted early in the war. He ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Turkey Surrendered

    Turkey has unconditionally surrendered. VANCOUVER, Friday. The Turkish armies in Mesopotamia have surrendered. The Dardanelles are reported to have been opened at 6.30 o'clock this ...

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    Such of the news as is so indicated appear in "The Times" this morning and is cabled to this paper by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions expressed are not those of "The Times" sales expressly stated to be so. ...

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  5. Italy.

    The Allied offensive on the Piave has hitherto resulted in the capturing of over 20,000 prisoners. We are attacking on a front now of over 100 ...

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  6. Western Front

    The French began another big attack in Belgium to-day. A French communique states South of we captured several enemy ...

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    It is believed that probably a magistrate will be appointed to any not or assist in carrying out, the inquiry to be made in connection with the ...

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  8. Austria-Hungary

    Austria has asked General Diaz, commander of the Italian armies for an armistice. The Italians replying to the Austrian ...

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  9. KENNY, V.C.

    Corporal Thomas James Bede Keany V.C., arrived in Sydney yesterday says the "Sydney Morning Herald of 16th October. ...

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  10. Germany.

    Addressing demonstrations at Frankfurt, Herr Hanse said. A grave insanity may yet come. It was hopeless for the war to continue and it was the task ...

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  11. Trouble in the North.

    Troubles for the Queensland Labour Government appear to be growing thick and fast. Representatives of the A.W.U. were closeted with the Premier ...

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  12. Peace Conference

    The momentous inter-Allied armistice conference has reached vital decisions at Versailles. Mr. Bonar Law has joined the British ...

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  13. Big Cattle Purchase.

    The Premier (Hon. T. J. Ryan) this morning effected a deal on behalf of the Government involving the purchase of 23,000 head of cattle. Mr. Ryan, ...

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    Mr. W. M. Hughes is arranging for the Australian, Graves Commission to leave immediately for the Dardanelles. ...

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    At the closing sittings of the Methodist Synod to-day the Rev. W. H. Harrison moved that the Synod protest against the use of Central Station ...

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    In the Supreme Court this morning before Justice Real, Mr. Nell Macrossan formally applied on behalf of relator Carter in the McCawley appeal ...

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    A Mesopotamia official message states. The hard fighting on the Tigris which was begun on October 24th ended yesterday with the capture of the ...

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  18. Toowoomba Hospital.

    There was no further development today in connection with the Toowoomba Hospital situation. The Home Secretary (Mr. Huxham) stated that steps were ...

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  19. After War Settlements.

    The return of Kino Chao to China, which was taken from the Germans by the Japanese, will be asked when the Allies discuss general pence terms, says ...

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  20. Victory Celebrations.

    The Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League is holding monster victory celebrations in Market Square at noon on Monday to celebrate the ...

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