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  5. FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE

    General Sir Douglas Haig reports:-- An attempt to attack on our right flank yesterday at noon was frustrated, and two infantry attacks against the centre of our line were fruitless. Further ground was gained north of Pozieres, despite strong opposition. An earlier message mentions that the Australians participated again in the fighting ...

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  7. THE COSSACKS ARE COMING

    The correspondent of the Morning Post in Buadpost says that on July 15 Cossack detachments crossed the Carpathians into Hungary, creating panic throughout the frontior towns. Thousands of refugees are swarming to the plains. The garrisons from Servia and Montenegro are hurrying eastward to repal the threatened invasion. ...

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  8. HELP THE RUSSIANS

    No country has done more in the common cause that the Allies are championing than Russia, No country has had greater difficulties to confront. Tho obstacles in the ...

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  9. SAKHAROFF'S FIGHT FOR KOVEL

    A furious battle is proceeding in connection with General Sakharoff's offensive between Brody and Vladimir Volynski. ...

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  10. TURKISH COLLAPSE IN ARMENIA

    The Turkish armies in Armenia are retreating in disorder. We are ithin ten miles of Erzingan. Earlier messages indicated that the Russians were advancing rapidly on the town. Erzingan is about 90 miles from Erzeroum, in a westerly direction. The break-up of the hot ...

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  11. Boches Must be Blown Out of the Ground

    The advance of the Australians is generously appreciated in London, but is naturally overshadowed by the whole gigantic battle. Newspapers display bills and headings such as: Australians' Bravery--Skilful Defence in Pozieres' Cellars, but Anzacs March On. An officer writes:-- ...

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  12. THE DEUTSCHLAND

    The Times correspondent in New York says that the Germans fear that the Bremen has been trapped or lost. If she fails to arrive the Dcutschland may consent to internment ...

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  13. MILITARIST SOCIALISTS

    Lieutenant Weill, formerly a Socialist member for Mctz (Alsaco), in the German Parliament, who joined tho French army, and was court-martlalled by the Germans and ...

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  14. Germans Drugged With Ether

    The correspondent of the Paris La Liberte describes the counter-attack at Pozieres. He says that the assailants hurled themselves at each other with terrific fury The Germans, stimulated with ether, attacked resolutely, but the defenders, and particularly the Australians, covered themselves with glory, resisting with heroic tenacity. Rifles were ...

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  15. HYPHENATED AGITATORS

    Germans all over the United States are straining every nerve to work up a great excitement among German-American business houses which have been placed on the ...

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  16. Story of Big Profits

    It is estimated that a profit of £600,000 was made out of the Deutsehland's cargo of dye stuffs by Lohmann, a man born in Australia of German parents, and now doing business ...

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  17. Battle Now Most Critical

    It is reported that the Australians have worked round the eastern side of Pozieres, and are now holding a position north of the houses. A stringent order has been issued to officers and men not to divulge military information that might be turned to use by the foe. ...

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  18. ZEPPELINS GETTING READY

    The Times correspondent at Copenhagen says that there is increased Zeppelin activity over the North Sea, and that the aircraft are constantly cruising above the west ...

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  19. A YEAR AGO

    The Petrograd correspondent of the Times says that the Russians are displaying superb tenacity in resisting the assaults of tho Germans on the eastern front. There are ...

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  20. THE CHIVALROUS BOCHE

    Australians who were wounded south or Armentieres on the 19th have arrived in England. They described the desperate character of the fighting and the formidable nature of ...

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  21. FRENCH TAKE GUNS

    Paris communiques issued at midnight and later say:--"South of the village of Estrees we captured an enemy battery. Since Thursday we have taken over 60 machine-guns. ...

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  22. VICTIMS OF SUBMARINE

    The steamer Olive has been torpedoed by a submarine in the Mediterranean. From Scheveningen it is reported that the crows of three Norwegian timber ships which were ...

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    Such of the cable news on this page as is so headeo appeared in The Times, and is cabled to The Sun by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions given ...

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