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  4. DELVILLE WOOD IS OURS

    General Sir Douglas Haig reports:--Delville Wood is wholly ours. After severe fighting we drove the 5th Brandenburger Division from their remaining positions in this wood, capturing three officers and 158 men. Two ...

    Article : 150 words
  5. SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA

    Last night a further advance on a smaller scale was made by the Australians to the north-west of Pozieres. Pozieres is now completely in our possession. In some ways the ...

    Article : 241 words
  6. GREAT RUSSIAN VICTORY

    The Times correspondent at Petrograd reports that the Russians have broken through the entire German front west of Lutzk. Until further details come, the importance of this news may only be a matter for conjecture. A mere piercing of the German front in this sector would be significant, but ...

    Article : 175 words
  7. BERLIN ADMITS REVERSE

    A Berlin official message concerning the Eastern front speaks of the Russians six times fruitlessly storming Prince Leopold's positions east of Gorodischi with two army corps, where the battle still proceeds. The message, however, significantly admits:--"The Russians are gaining ground ...

    Article : 65 words
  8. Last Strongholds in Longueval Captured

    General Sir Douglas Haig reported at midnight:--We have captured the last enemy stronghold in Longueval. ...

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  9. GERMAN DIVERSION

    The Times correspondent in Paris says that the enemy attempted a diversion on Thursday night, attacking at the centre of the positions north of the River Aisne at Ville ...

    Article : 79 words
  10. Berlin's Unfinished Communique

    Amsterdam forwards the latest German communique:--North of the Somme the British fire increased to the utmost force, and was followed by attacks near Pozieres and High Wood (Foureaux Wood) and southeast of the latter. These attacks led to fierce hand fights at Longueville and ...

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  11. FATE OF THE BREMEN

    New York and Montreal newspapers have published an early extra edition announcing that the Germans' second submarine merchantman Bremen has been captured by the ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. INDIA'S AID

    Throughout India war-work is continuing energetically, and the keenest interest is being taken in the progress of the strife. The British offensive is being watched with ...

    Article : 177 words
  13. ATTACK AT VERDUN REPULSED

    A Paris communique says:--A German attack west of Thiaumont was completely checked by our heavy artillery fire. A Russian reconnaisance at Auberive, in the Champagne, cleared an enemy ...

    Article : 88 words
  14. FRESH GERMAN INIQUITY

    An Amsterdam message states that in a Berlin official message it is announced that Captain Fryatt, who commanded the Great Eastern Co.'s steamer Brussels, recently ...

    Article : 213 words
  15. Armies Clash at Salonica

    Official news from Salonica is to the effect that, after a sharp engagement, the Servian troops have driven back the Bulgarians in Greek territory north of Vodeua (a town about 20 miles from the frontier and 10 miles east of Lake Ostrow). ...

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  16. GERMAN THOROUGHNESS

    Eight British herring-drifters have been sunk by a German submarine. The crews were saved. ...

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  17. TOLD BY THE WOUNDED

    Australian wounded are filtering into the provinces, and a number are at Cambridge and in the North. The men from the fighting up to Sunday have arrived in London. But ...

    Article : 236 words
  18. THE HUNS' PRETTY WAYS

    The Times correspondent in Paris says that there is a wholesale reign of terrorism in Lille. The Germans are evacuating the people in wholesale fashion, and without any ...

    Article : 107 words
  19. IN MESOPOTAMIA

    General Sir Percy Lake reports that the situation in Mesopotamia is unchanged, except that two gunboats on the Euphrates, near Khidr, were fired upon. They replied, ...

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  20. JUMPED OVERBOARD

    A Stockholm message states that after the Wilson liner Eskimo was captured by the Germans, one of the sailors jumped overboard rather than suffer captivity. He was ...

    Article : 69 words
  21. VICTORIES IN AFRICA

    Reuter's Koregwe (German East Africa) representative says that the Belgians have occupied Mariahieff, 100 miles south-west of Muanza, on Lake Victoria Nyanza, after ...

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  22. A YEAR AGO

    Addressing the House of Commons Mr. Lloyd George, Minister for Munitions, said that arrangements had been made to greatly increase the supply of munitions. ...

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  23. AALAND ISLAND BASE

    A Berlin communique announces that a Zeppelin bombed the Russo-British submarine base at the Acland Islands. ...

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  24. HOLD ON AND FIGHT ON

    The Times correspondent in Amsterdam says that the Berlin professors have issued a manifesto urging national persistence in the war, and calling upon Germany to hold on ...

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  25. HAIG THANKS LABOR

    Replying to the recent message of congratulation on the British successes by the General Federation of Labor, General Sir Douglas Haig has telegraphed his warmest thanks. ...

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  26. IN THE SEVEN COMMUNES

    The Rome message states that strong Austrian night attacks in the Losina Valley and the Seven Communes were repulsed with heavy loss. ...

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  27. FOUGHT WITH CLEAN HANDS

    A wounded British officer states that the Anzacs bore the brunt of the gruelling at Pozieres. They were like lions at large, fairly revelling in the fray. ...

    Article : 165 words
  28. CRACKING GERMAN SKULLS

    A sergeant's story follows:--"Gallipoli was child's play," he said, "compared to the Somme front. Fritz is a terrible artilleryman and machine-gunner and bomber, but ...

    Article : 104 words
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  31. NO MORE COCAINE

    The importation of opium and cocaine has been prohibited. ...

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