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  2. MUDDLED CAMPAIGNS

    In the House of Commons to-day, the Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith, announced the personnel of the commissions which are to inquire into the Gallipoli and Mesopotamia ...

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  3. FEDERAL WAR LOAN

    The Federal Treasurer need have no fear that employees of public-spirited companies will not avail themselves of the facilities placed at their disposal to enable them to ...

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  4. APPROACH TO BRODY

    The Russian approach to Brody threatens General von Bothmer's armies, and the envelopment of them will render finally untenable the foe's positions in the direction of ...

    Article : 44 words
  5. IN DISTRESS OFF BOTANY

    The steamer Five Islands went ashore on the rocks near Botany Heads early this morning. The vessel is on a perfectly even Keel, but ...

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  6. AUSTRALIANS IN BATTLE

    The Gorman shelling descended on Pozleres to-day more fiercely than before. They had some big guns concentrated on parts of the village, besides many field guns. Heavy ...

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  7. GALLIPOLI INQUIRY

    Mr, Asquith, explaining the scope of the Commissions, said the Government would consider suggestions. Sir Henry Dalziel wanted a younger man ...

    Article : 375 words
  8. IRELAND'S WOES

    At a meeting of the Nationalist members of the House of Commons. Mr. Redmon[?]. the leader, bresiding it was decided to ask the Prime Minister for a ...

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  9. FRENCH SURPRISE ATTACK

    The Paris official message issued at midnight says: -- The French made a surprise attack south of the River Somme and captured a ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. MADAME MELBA'S AID

    At a meeting of the War Needs Fund organisation this afternoon it wan decided that the active campaign in aid of the Battalion Comforts Fund should be held over ...

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  11. THE FIGHTING THEY LIKE

    The Times correspondent at the British Press Camp, writing on Tuesday, says: -- Interest still centres in Pezier[?] where the Australians are working their way ...

    Article : 265 words
  12. CANTERBURY PARK CUP

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 146 words
  13. NEW WAR RATES

    The Sydney branch of the Marine Underwriters' and Salvage Association have received a cable from their London office stating that the now war rate: are as follow: -- ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. HELM REFUSED TO ACT

    The master of the vessel is, naturally, very dejected at the accident; but he and his crew were busy this morning making every provision possible to prevent further damage to ...

    Article : 186 words
  15. REID TRUSTS COMMISSIONERS

    Sir George Reld, speaking in the House of Commons yesterday, in the muddled campaigns' debate, said that Australia grieved at the loss of her gallant sons. She had ...

    Article : 104 words
  16. STOPPED OFF THE COAST

    Coming up the coast early this morning, and working her way through a thick haze and fog, the Orient liner Orontes, with 500 passengers, was brought to a sudden stop ...

    Article : 325 words
  17. SOUTH GRAFTON RACES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 217 words
  18. GENERAL HILDYARD DEAD

    General Sir Henry John Thornton Hildyard is dead. General Hildyard had a fine career. He was in the Royal Navy from 1859 to 1864, and ...

    Article : 155 words
  19. NEW W.A. MINISTRY

    Mr. Wilson has formed a new Ministry, which will be sworn in this afternoon. It is as follows: -- Premier and Treasurer, Mr. Wilson. ...

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  20. A DENTIST'S MEANS

    An inquiry was to-day commenced before the Registrar in Divorce (Mr. Walsh) in No. 3 Jury Court, respecting Phillip Blckley Reuney, dentist, at City-road and ...

    Article : 398 words
  21. WAR CABLES IN BRIEF

    The committee that is considering the preliminary details of questions touching trade and commerce after the war is sitting privately for the purpose of collecting ...

    Article : 90 words
  22. BE FRIGHTFUL!

    The Conservatives in Germany continue to vigorously attack the Imperial Chancellor, Dr. von Bethmann-Hollweg, accusing him of too mild a conduct of the war, which is ...

    Article : 55 words
  23. GERMANS IN BALTIC

    The Times correspondent at Copenhagen says that the German warships are becoming vigilant in the Baltic Sea. British home bound steamers are using Swedish crews in ...

    Article : 68 words
  24. "NEARLY A KNOCK-OUT"

    At the Home Affairs inquiry to-day, Mr. Griffin, director of design and construction, quoted from a letter from Mr. Murdoch, architect of the Home Affairs Department, ...

    Article : 127 words
  25. ENEMY SHARES TRANSFERRED

    Mr. Mahon, Acting Attorney-General, has ordered under the War Precautions, Enemy Shareholders' Regulations, that all shares in companies incorporated in Australia (a) ...

    Article : 298 words
  26. BURNT TO DEATH

    Mr. H. Richardson Clark, District Coroner, held an Inquiry at Parramatta. yesterday concerning the death of Nellie May Bushby, aged 12 years, who died at St. Joseph's ...

    Article : 176 words
  27. THE DEUTSCHLAND

    The U.S. cruiser North Carolina and two destroyers have been despatched to Virginia Capes for patrol duty at the point where the Allied warships are waiting for ...

    Article : 302 words
  28. MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 414 words
  29. LEG-ROPING WEALTHY HUNS

    A statement is published in the Berlin Tageblatt to the effect that the German passport rules will be considerably tightened from August 1, the object being to prevent ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 522 words
  31. MUST HAVE PASSPORTS

    The shipping companies have been notified by the military authorities that from August 1 no women will be allowed to leave the Commonwealth for New Zealand, or land in ...

    Article : 149 words
  32. SHIP'S STEWARD STABBED

    A disturbance about midday to-day on the steamer Ventura, berthed at Miller's Point, resulted in a steward, John Monohan, being stabbed four or five times about the body. He was taken to the Sydney Hospital. His ...

    Article : 55 words
  33. DUTCH VESSELS SEIZED

    At a meeting of the fishing industry at The Hague to discuss the seizures by the British navy of Dutch fishing vessels, it was announced that Holland had sent a strong ...

    Article : 44 words
  34. NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES

    New Zealand casualties are: -- 53 killed, 19 missing and believed to be killed, and 120 wounded. The wounded include. S. Kerr, J. Lumley, M. M'Gree, and T. Foull, of Sydney ...

    Article : 48 words
  35. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY

    The naked and mutilated bodies of Mrs. J. Findlay and her infant were found on the north coast railway line at Landsborough this morning. They had evidently been run ...

    Article : 51 words
  36. BULWER LYTTON'S SON

    The Earl, of Lytton has been appointed Civil Lord of the Admiralty, in succession to the Duke of Devonshire, who was last month appointed as Governor-General and ...

    Article : 121 words
  37. ON OTHER PAGES

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  38. AIR PILOT'S CERTIFICATE

    It is notified in to-day's military orders that Captain P. W. Steel, of the 38th Infantry, N.S.W., was among those who passed the recent examination at the central flying ...

    Article : 56 words
  39. MILITARY SERVICE BILL

    Mr. M'Combs, a Labor member, petitioned the Governor to withhold his assent to the Military Service Bill, which passed both Huoses, on the ground that it is ...

    Article : 81 words
  40. FRENCH WOMEN DEPORTED

    The Telegraaf states that the Germans have sent 9000 civilians, including 2000 women, from Roubaix, France, to Germany, to do agricultural work. ...

    Article : 35 words
  41. ROBBERY AT HABERFIELD

    Thieves forced an entry to C. Coillns's house, Cheyne Court, Yasmar-avenue. Huberfield, between 3 o'clock and 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. They broke a side window. ...

    Article : 50 words
  42. DEATH FROM MENINGITIS

    Another soidier from Coulburn camp has died from meningitis -- Private Stanley Montgomery, aged 19, of Jembaicumbene, near Braldwood. He was ill for a couple of days. ...

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