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  4. RUSSIA'S JOYFUL MESSAGE

    The Petrograd official message, issued late last night, says:-- The Russians continue their successes in the River Stochod region, and took 1000 prisoners on Saturday. They are also advancing south of the Rozischy-- Kovel railway, after breaking ...

    Article : 395 words
  5. ADVANCING TOGETHER

    The Paris official message stated late last night:-- There was a series of desperate engagements north of the Somme all day. The French in tho morning attacked on the front between Hill 139, north-east of Hardecourt, and the river, capturing the whole system of enemy trenches to a ...

    Article : 429 words
  6. MURDERERS GLOATING

    Sir Edward Grey, Minister for Foreign Affairs, on July 29 drew the attention of Mr. Page, the American Ambassador in London, to the message received from Router's ...

    Article : 615 words
  7. "British Partial Attack Failed "

    The Berlin official communique says:-- The enemy's fire between the Rivers Ancre and Somme has increased to the greatest violence. A British partial attack near Pozieres and Longueval failed. ...

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  8. Leaving Austria in the Lurch

    Mr. Stanley Washburn, the Times correspondent on the Russian front, writes:-- It is significant that the German battalions have begun to disappear from the Austrian front. The Germans have probably abandoned any further intention of risking their remaining strength in support of their collapsing ally. ...

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  9. LOSSES IN THE WEST

    General Sir Douglas Haig, in his communique of this afternoon, says:-- Desperate efforts to capture Delville Wood were repulsed. ...

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  10. "TAILS UP!"

    Reuter's correspondent at British headquarters on the western front writes:-- "Summer has come with a vengeance. Although it is welcome to the artillery observers ...

    Article : 237 words
  11. " LONG=PROJECTED STOCHOD WITHDRAWAL"

    The Berlin official message says:-- The Russian attacks are increasing to terrific strength, and extend in a, practically unbroken line from Stobychwa on the River Stochod to west of Beresteczko, north of Brody. ...

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  12. PRIDE IN THE ANZACS

    In presenting a hundred decorations General Munro addressed the troops, which included Australians recently engaged south of Armentieres. ...

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  13. DOGGING THE DEUTSCHLAND

    The United States Government has declined to give special protection to the super-submarine Deutschland on the occasion of her departure against a dozen newspaper and ...

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  14. COLDLY SMILING OVER CRIME

    The Amsterdam correspondent of the Times states that the German newspapers gloatingly refer to the execution of Captain Fryatt. ...

    Article : 166 words
  15. A YEAR AGO

    By using flame projectors yesterday the Germans succeeded in penetrating the British first line trenches on a 500 yards front near Hooge. ...

    Article : 48 words
  16. MEUSE FIGHTING

    In an official message issued at Paris late last night it was stated that a German attack west of Thlaumont, on the right of the Meuse, was repulsed. ...

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  17. LIGHT HORSE

    The King gave an audience on Saturday to Brigadier-General Ryrie and questioned him about the Light Horse. ...

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  19. IN THE CAUCASUS

    The Turks assumed an unsuccessful offensive west of Guminshkhaneh. The Russians have again expelled the Turks from organised positions in the direction of ...

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  20. FRENCH INDIGNATION

    The correspondent of the Times in Paris' states that there is general indignation over the shooting of Captain Fryatt. The joint Allied declaration of a policy of retributive ...

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  21. NEW ZEALANDERS IN ACTION

    A Cairo official message says:-- There were several patrol engagements on July 28. The New Zealand Mounted Rifles ...

    Article : 44 words
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