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  5. SERVIAN REVERSES

    In the fighting in Servia the enemy claims to have captured Prishtina and Mitrovitza The Austrians, it is said, have ...

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  7. PRISHTINA CAPTURED

    A German official message states that German troops have captured Prishtina. This is serious if it is true, as it indicates that the main Servian army has been ...

    Article : 69 words
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    The Lambeth Guardian [?] to permit a boy to [?] ...

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  9. WONDERFUL AUSTRALIANS

    Mr. Ashmead Bartlett stated in a lecture that it was undesirable to say anything about expeditions of the future. No one knew much. Even the Government did not know. ...

    Article : 256 words
  10. GREECE'S DESIRE

    In the interview for the Petit Parisien, M. Skouloudis, the Premier of Greece, said:--Greece is determined to dissipate misunderstandings. Her chief desire is to ...

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  11. NOT BEYOND REMEDY

    The Servian Government authorises a statement that the activity of the Servian army is by no means at an end. Its forces are intact, and well directed by French ...

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  12. OFFENSIVE STOPPED

    An official Petrograd message states:-- On November 17 we captured a German first-line trench. The German offensive south-west of ...

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  13. BARTLETT'S SUCCESSOR

    Mr. Ward Price has succeeded Mr. Ashmead-Bartlett as the representative of the London press in the Mediterranean. ...

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  14. REPORT FROM ATHENS

    A message from Athens states that during an interview for the Petit Parisien M. Skouloudis, the Premier, said:-- "Circumstances are often more convincing ...

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  15. MARCH ON MONASTIR

    The Secolo learns that the Bulgarians have Blackened their march in order to allow the Austro-Germans to occupy Monastir. Thousands of fugitives, many of whom are ...

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  16. FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

    The Allied Ministers at Athens on Tuesday presented a new demand to M. Skouloudis, the Premier, requiring absolute freedom of movement for troops in Greece without ...

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  17. BRITISH CONSUL SEIZED

    The Foreign Office states that the Persian gendarmerie on the 10th seized without warning, the British Consul, the Superintendent of the Indo-European Telegraph, and the ...

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  18. FIERCE FIGHT ON TIGRIS

    An announcement issued by the Secretary of State for the Colonies says:-- After a night march from Mizeur, which was occupied on November 1[?], General ...

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  19. GREECE'S SEA COMMERCE

    The Times, commenting upon the Foreign Office communication referring to Greek shipping, says:-- Within its limits there Is certainly room ...

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  20. Major C. R. Richardson, D.C.M.

    Wounded in the right arm. He is shaking hands with Captain F. W. Kane, on their first meeting since they were in action at the Dardanelles. On that occasion each helped the other to unload his pack, and they saw no more of each other till the hospital ship came alongside the wharf. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. SUPPLIES FOR SUBMARINES

    A message from Naples states that the Italian Government has sequestrated a Greek steamer which was carrying 120 barrels of benzine and supplies for submarines. ...

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  22. GERMANY'S NEW TAXES

    Berlin telegrams state that the Chancellor has summoned party leaders to a conference on new war taxes. The Chancellor is expected, at the opening ...

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  23. AUSTRIANS WANT HELP

    A message from Rome states that the Austrians have evacuated Mori and Roveredo. The message further adds that the Austrian War Council has appealed to Germany ...

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  24. FINANCE AND LABOR

    The Official Press Bureau announces that a conference of trades union executives and officials will be held in London on December 1 to consider the financial position of the ...

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  25. WHAT CHANCE OF PEACE?

    Mr. Henry Ford, head of the motor-manufacturing firm bearing his name, has informed President Wilson that there is strong evidence that a neutral peace conference ...

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  26. War news also on other pages.

    The 115th list of casualties amongst the Australian troops was issued this morning, and appears on page 6. Such of the cable news on this page as is so ...

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  27. BRITISH SUBMARINES

    The Danish railways are not receiving goods from Scandinavia, and the accumulations are due to the activity of British submaries. ...

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