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  2. KITCHENER'S TOUR

    Lord Kitchener has arrived off Salonica and conferred with the French and British generals. He did not land. ...

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  3. THROUGH THE ICE

    A message from Copenhagen asserts that the Russian artillery broke the ice on the River Styr while a battalion of Austrians was crossing, and the enemy ...

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  4. SETTLING DOWN

    Greece has acceded to the demands of the Allies, and gives a guarantee. Presumably the Greek forces will be demobilised, and, while Greece will not adhere to the treaty ...

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  5. CITY COUNCIL SURPRISE

    Mild excitement was created at the Town Hall this morning when the announcement was made that Sir Allen Taylor had been nominated as a candidate for Bourke Ward ...

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  6. NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS

    Further trouble is threatening at the Broken Hill Company's steel works between the Amalgamated Society of Engineers and the management, and the men say they will ...

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  7. FIGHTING ON THE TIGRIS

    Accounts of the fighting on the Tigris during the great advance on Kut[?]el Amara show that the Turks were heavily entrenched behind barbed wire. They numbered 30,000, and ...

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  8. MOVE FOR PEACE

    A New York message states in regard to Mr. Henry Ford's mission to Europe that the liner Oscar II. (9996 tons) has been chartered, and is being refitted on a luxurious ...

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  9. GALLIPOLI VISIT

    Constantinople professes to supply the German press with details of Lord Kitchener's visit to Gallipoll. The British are said to have indulged in an incessant ...

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  10. TO MAKE TOLUENE

    Senator Pearce announced to-day that the Munitions Committee had considered the production of toluene in Australia, and that a factory would be erected as soon as ...

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  11. IN SYMPATHY WITH NAVVIES

    Drivers engaged carting to and from the construction of the conduits for the Postal Department at North Melbourne, South Melbourne, Armadale, Kisternwick and Port ...

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  12. GRADSKO BATTLE

    The Times correspondent in Milan states that four Bulgar divisions continue their efforts to plerce[?] the French lines, but without success. ...

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  13. LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS

    The following extracts are taken from a letter received by Mrs. W, H. Johnson, of Millet-street, Hurstville, from Private Walter Johnson (her son), who is taking part in ...

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  14. FISHERMAN'S DEATH.

    The trial of James Piper on a charge of having murdered William Parcell at Laurieton on August 25 last, was resumed at the Central Criminal Court to-day Piper and ...

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  15. INTRIGUES IN PERSIA PERSIAN GENDARMERIE

    Turkish and German agents continue their intrigues in Persia. They are endeavoring to intimidate the Shah. In well-informed circles there is no question concerning the loyalty of Major Edwall, a Swede, who is in command of the Persian gendarmerie. The force does not exceed ...

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  16. AUSTRALIA'S PART IN THE WAR

    The Colonial Office has Issued tho official correspondence dealing with Australia's conquest of New Guinea, and it is being prominently displayed by the newspapers. ...

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  17. OUTFLANKING THE BULGARS

    "The Bulgarians have not renewed their activity on the Prilep front for two days, but heavy firing can be heard this morning at Pritolar, to the south-east of Prilep. It ...

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  18. SHORT OF MONEY

    The Civil Ambulance is badly in want at money. At the annual meeting of the institution, held last night, Sir Thomas Anderson Stuart, the president, announced that the ...

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  19. THE BAROMETER

    The good news received from Athens with respect to Greece's relations with the Allies has stimulated the market for all gilt-edged securities on the London Stock Exchange. ...

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  20. ALL IRISH DIVISION

    A cable from New York states that, the Herald publishes a story from the London Daily Chronicle, in which it says that the 16th All Irish Division, commanded by ...

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  21. "WORLD GROWS BETTER"

    A New York message states that eulogiums of tho life work of Andrew Carnegie have been published on the occasion of his 80th birthday. ...

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  22. COUNTING CIVILIANS

    A German official statement claims that General von Koevess captured 10,000 men and 19 cannon at Mitrovitza, and 7400 men and 6 cannon at Prishtina and in the swamps of ...

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  23. MUNITIONS OUTPUT

    Mr. Lloyd George announces that he and the French Minister for Munitions, M. Thomas, have agreed with Russia and Italy to establish a permanent organisation for the ...

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  24. THAT 50,000

    Mr. Hughes stated this afternoon that the main features of the new recruiting campaign to maintain the reinforcements of 9500 a month and to raise an additional 50,000 men ...

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  25. ENEMY'S EXPLOSIVE BULLETS

    A Montenegrin official message states:-- "The Austrians are using explosive bullets, "The Montenegrins in the Sandjak of ...

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  26. "MERCY COMRADES!"

    Lance Corporal Ernest W. Pearse, 7th London Rifles, to his father in Sydney:-- "As you see, I am in hospital. I got slightly wounded in a bit of a dust up on September ...

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  27. SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE

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  28. SIGNS OF THE TIMES

    The Marylebone Cricket Club has dismissed its bowling staff, and Hearne, Butt, and Relf have been engaged by the War Office as munition workers. ...

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  29. BEFORE BULGARS FOUGHT

    Speaking in the House of Commons to-day Sir Edward Grey denied that it was true that the British Minister at Sofia had warned the Foreign Office in March that Bulgaria had ...

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  30. MURDERED POLICEMAN

    "I fired to divert his aim; I did not fire to kill, but to save my life," said John Jackson at the Criminal Court to-day, when ho was charged, together with Richard Buckley and ...

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  31. RESTRICTIONS UPON DRINKING

    The Drink Restrictions Board has agreed to receive a deputation from London trades' unionists to hear their views. ...

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  32. MINING SHARES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 59 words
  33. TERRIFYING 75'S

    A Bulgarian deserter says that the effect of the French 75's is terrifying. The Bulgarians are demoralised by them, and are prevented from charging with the bayonet. ...

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  34. RENTS IN MUNITION AREAS

    Mr. Long, President of the Local Government Board, in introducing the Rent Bill in the House of Commons to -night, said that it would apply to houses below a rental of ...

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  35. PROFITS FROM INSURANCE

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  36. TO-DAY'S SCRATCHINGS ASCOT

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  37. BULGARS TAUNT GREEKS

    A party of Greeks, when returning by train from Philippopolis and Varna, were ironically saluted by Bulgarians, who cried to them, "Good-bye! in 15 days we will be in ...

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  38. COSTLY ADVANCES

    Lance Corporal J. Lackard, writing to relatives at Crow's Nest;-- "I am in England, having stopped a bullet in the left knee on August 22, a day after we ...

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  39. MERGER AND ROME

    A Paris cable says that the Petit Journal confirms the statement that Cardinal Mercler's visit to Rome has been postponed. It is believed that the cardinal's intention ...

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  40. RUSSIANS FROM BELGRADE

    The Daily Mail's Salonica correspondent states that a detachment of Russian artillerymen has arrived from Belgrade. ...

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  41. APPLIQUE DISQUALIFIED

    P. J. Partley the owner and trainer, and B. S. Grace, the rider, and also the horse Applique, were to-day disqualified for two years in connection with the running in the ...

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  42. FIVE INQUESTS

    A verdict of suicide was returned at the inquest this morning concerning the death of Johanna Mason Kidd, 55, who died on Monday from the effects of poison ...

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  43. NO BLANKETS FOR SALE

    Owing to the demands of the military authorities for blankets some of the Melbourne shops are exposing signs. No blankets for sale. ...

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  44. IN BESSARABIA

    The Berliner Zeitung states that trains continue to bring Russian cavalry and infantry to Bessarabia. Strong fortified works have been ...

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  45. ECONOMY CAMPAIGN

    The London press suggests an economy campaign similar to Lord Derby's recruiting movement. ...

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  46. SUSPECTED PERSON

    The suspicious actions of John Boll, aged 26. on Allies' Day in Moore street, when the crowd was assembled to watch the ceremonies at night, attracted the attention, of ...

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  47. SHELLING IN SNOWSTORM

    An Amsterdam message states that Berlin officially announces that during a snowstorm in the Gulf of Riga Russian warships drew close and shelled German positions near ...

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  48. GERMANS IN EGYPT

    Three German officers caught in Egypt have been landed at Plymouth. ...

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  49. WANTED WAR BONUSES

    Mr. M'Kenna stated in the House of Commons to-night that several grades of the civil service had applied for war bonuses, but had been refused. ...

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  50. DUCHY OF LANCASTER

    Mr. Herbert Samuel has been appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, recently vacated by Mr. Winston Churchill. Mr. Samuel will retain the position of ...

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  51. WON THE MELBOURNE CUP

    Richard William Clancy, station holder and grazier and racehorse owner, who died in September last, left an estate valued at £10,793. He bequeathed his residence, ...

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  52. NEWS ON OTHER PAGES

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  53. FROZEN TO DEATH

    A Petrograd message states:-- "An Aviatik circled at a remarkable height in an attempt to escape Russian aeroplanes. "The Gorman machine suddenly planed to ...

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  54. PROHIBITED EXPORTS

    A message from London states that the export of cotton, wadding, wool, and iron ore has been prohibited. ...

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  55. DECLARED ENEMY CONTRACT

    A contract dated December 20, 1912, between the Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd., of London, and the Chief Commissioner of Railways of New South Wales, for the supply and ...

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  56. WHEAT POOLING SCHEME

    Messrs. J. Darling and Sons, Messrs. J. Bell and Co., Messrs. F. W. Prell and Co., Messrs. L. Dreyfus and Co., and three other firms yet to be decided upon, will be appointed ...

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