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  4. HOW THE ANZACS FOUGHT

    Mr. Beach Thomas, representative of the Daily Mail at the front, says:--"At one stage at Pozieres the Australians advanced from different directions gradually ...

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  5. BRITISH ADVANCE PAUSES

    According to several stories of correspondents at the front and comment by military authorities, the capture of Pozieres is an event of considerable importance as from the village command is gained over the main roads leading into Bapaume. The British appear to be consolidating their gains, and this naturally necessitates a ...

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  6. VOICE FROM THE DEAD

    The Morning Post says that Kitchener, shortly before his death, said to its representative:--Germany must be punished for her ...

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  7. TURKEY'S TROUBLES

    A Constantinople official message reports that Turkey is obtaining about £2,000,000 from Germany. Unfortunately for Turkey, she is receiving not coin, but depreciated ...

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  8. REGIMENT MUTINIES

    It is reported from Athens that at Smyrna a whole Turkish regiment mutinied and fled into the forest. Turkish troops sent in pursuit set fire to the forest. ...

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  9. KITCHENER MEMORIAL

    Owing to the growth of the Kitchener Fund and with a view of placing it on a national basis, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN MAXIMS

    (From Captain C. E. W. Bean, Australian Press Representative with the Commonwealth Forces. Copyright by Crown.) British Headquarters, France, July 25. ...

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  11. FALL OF ERZINJAN

    We continue to pursue the retreating Turkish army in Armenia. We seized a depot or war stores in Erzinjan. An unofficial message supplements this ...

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  12. EAST AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

    General Northey to-day expelled the southern German force, including the bulk of the warship Konigsberg's crew, from a strong position midway between Neu ...

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  13. STUBBORN TRENCH FIGHTING

    General Sir Douglas Has reported late last night:--There was hard artillery fighting to-day north-east of Pozieres, and in the vicinity of Longueval and Delville Wood. The trench we captured last night north of Pozieres had hitherto resisted all ...

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  14. PEACE RIOTS IN CAPITAL

    A peace demonstration is reported from Constantinople. Thousands of Moslem women appealed to the Sultan to end the war. The police dispersed the gathering. The ...

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  15. WILSON DRAWS HIS PEN

    The Note to Great Britain, objecting to the "blacklisting" of American-German firms as being an invasion of neutral rights,was cabled to London last night by the State ...

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  16. VALUE OF POZIERES

    The Times correspondent at British headquarters on the western front writes:--"The capture of Pozieres completes our front for 9000 or 10,000 yards, for a depth of ...

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  17. ANGLO-GERMAN DUKES

    In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Asquith announced that the King would be advised to take steps to deprive the Dukes of Cumberland and Albany and Prince Albert of ...

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  18. HUNS KILL WOMEN

    The Paris official message, issued at midnight, said:--There was the usual cannonade along the front, and it was especially violent on the ...

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  19. PAYMENT IN FULL

    In the House of Commons to-day Lord Robert Cecil, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, promised to consider a suggestion that the Allies should ...

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  20. Brandenburgers Mown Down

    The Berlin official message, which comes by way of Amsterdam, makes no mention of Pozieres, but speaks of the repulse of Russian assaults at the Czar River, north-west ...

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  21. STANLEY WOOTTON DEAD

    Lieutenant Stanley Wootton, son of Mr. Richard Wootton, and formerly a leading jockey and trainer, has died of wounds. He had been awarded the Military Cross. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. A YEAR AGO

    French successes continue in Alsace. The Allies have captured a Strongly organised position on the crest of Lingekopf. The Russians have repulsed the piercing ...

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  23. ROUMANIAN INTERVENTION

    The Cologne Gazette says that England and Russia are endeavoring to coerce Roumania in important conversations between Lord Grey (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) ...

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  25. WINDMILL ABOVE POZIERES

    The Times correspondent at the British headquarters writes:--"I understand that the fortified windmill above Pozieres has been captured." ...

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  26. ON THE EDGE OF SUCCESS

    It is believed that the Allies are through the most elaborate defences. The Germans are doubtless feverishly working for miles behind their threatened front, but there has ...

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