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  4. CIVIL FLYING

    With the removal of the ban on civil aviation, flying will be permitted along the seven trunk aerial routes radiating from London and extending to ...

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  5. AFGHAN MENACE

    It is officially stated that the position in Afghanistan changed with remarkable rapidity. Disaffection spread among the ...

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  6. KITCHENER

    A further instalment of Field-Marshal Lord French's book is published in the "Daily Telegraph." The chapter deals with the retreat ...

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  7. COUNTER PROPOSALS

    Herr Scheidemann (German Premier), has announced that the German Government has instructed its delegates to make counter-proposals to the Allies, and to claim the right to oral discussions. ...

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  10. CHEAP HELIUM

    Professor M'Lennan, of the Toronto University, who was invited by the British Admiralty, in 1915, to investigate the possibility of the large scale ...

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  11. THE ARREST OF CLEMENCEAU'S ASSAILANT

    The anarchist Cottin being escorted to prison a few moments after his arrest. The inset shows Cottin as he appeared when he made his military declaration before joining his regiment in 1896. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. UNLUCKY LEMBERG

    Reuter's correspondent in Paris says that a message from Warsaw states that the Polish Army, assisted by aeroplanes, captured several villages north ...

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  13. A TYPICAL PIECE OF HUN SACRILEGE

    In nearly all the villages in Northern France, which they entered, the Germans carried off the church bells in order to use the metal for munition-making. The photograph shows a group of Huns engaged in this task.--"Daily Mirror" photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. VALUE OF HELIUM

    Helium is an inert, non-inflammable, mona[?] gaseous element, and was previously known to occur in the atmosphere of the sun and stars, and in ...

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  15. Orlando's Ruined Dinner

    ("The Sun's" Special Representative) When the copy of the "Temps" giving President Wilson's statement arrived at the Hotel Edouard Sept ...

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  16. JAPAN'S LOSSES

    Delayed cables from our special representative in Paris show that during the discussion on the Shantung problem the Chinese delegates took up a ...

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  17. OPPOSING MR. HOLMAN

    The Cowra farmers are not overenthusiastic about the visit of the Premier to the town on the 17th instant to discuss the political position. ...

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  18. THE MAILS

    Closing times for moils are:--Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland--To-day, 9 p.m. Clurence River--To-day, 6.30 p.m. ...

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  19. DESPERATE REDS

    Reuter's correspondent in Paris states that a Hungarian Soviet Government wireless message reports that Herr Belakun (Soviet Foreign ...

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  20. STOP-PRESS

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  21. UNIFORMS FOR ARMY

    A committee has been appointed, headed by General Sir Archibald Murray, to inquire into the question of uniforms for the army after the war. ...

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  22. WALKING ROUND THE WORLD

    Maurice Vancam, who is known as "The King of Tramps," has been round these parts. He claims to be walking for a wager ...

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  23. DROUGHT IN NEW ZEALAND

    The Auckland Province is suffering from the results of a remarkably dry summer. In the city drastic curtailments of ...

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  24. SIR ERIC GEDDES

    The report that Sir Eric Goddes (Minister without portfolio) had been appointed a member of the War Cabinet, is inaccurate. He will attend ...

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