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  2. STATE POLITICS.

    Two party meetings were held yesterday, at which members discussed matters affecting the forthcoming Parliamantary session. For some little time past ...

    Article : 543 words
  3. RUSSIA.

    A Russian official report issued yesterday stated:—"Our detachments in several sectors of the Riga region yesterday occupied first line trenches which the enemy abandoned. ...

    Article : 56 words
  4. WESTERN FRONT.

    A French communique issued at noon yesterday stated:—"After artillery preparation for several days we attacked at a quarter past 5 this morning powerful ...

    Article : 641 words
  5. FROM WEST TO EAST.

    Perth despatched its first trainload of passengers yesterday on their long journey across the Great Western railway, as it is proposed to call the trans-Australian line, ...

    Article : 891 words
  6. BRITISH BY-ELECTION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 42 words
  7. COMMONWEALTH.

    The Australian Red Cross Commissioners have cabled to-day to the Governor-General (Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson) to say that every prisoner of war costs the ...

    Article : 59 words
  8. A MARKED IMPROVEMENT.

    The Central News Agency's representative at Petrograd says that under the infaence of the recent, events especially those in Riga Gulf, a marked change of ...

    Article : 49 words
  9. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The military authorities desire to communicate with the following soldiers' next of king whose original addresses are given:—No. 7217 C. Brown, 24th Reinforcements,11th ...

    Article : 541 words
  10. STATEMENT BY SIR JOHN FORREST.

    Sir John Forrest, upon the arrival of the Adelaide train to-day, said:—"To see a great work completed an which one has taken a great interest for many years is ...

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  11. POSITION OF PETROGRAD.

    General Brusiloff, in an article in a Moscow newspaper, declares that there are no adequate grounds for alarm regarding Petrograd this autumn and winter. The ...

    Article : 133 words
  12. BIG CHRISTMAS MAIL.

    A return made available to-day set out that 12,130 bags of mails were despatched in the last mail sent to soldiers abroad for the distribution before Christmas. This ...

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  13. NEW SOUTH WALES AVIATORS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night Mr. Cochran suggested that representations should be made to the Federal Government to find immediate employment for the ...

    Article : 156 words
  14. [?]ONDAY'S FIGHTING.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, telegraphing last night, to the "Daily Chronicle," stated:—"The fighting on Monday revealed a curious inequality of strength and determination in ...

    Article : 284 words
  15. A MENACING SITUATION.

    The "Aftontidningen" says that the situation is most menacing for Petrograd. The Germans are incorporating with the Baltic fleet all their most modern ships, ...

    Article : 38 words
  16. ZEPPELIN RAID.

    The Press Bureau announces that the total casualties caused by last Friday's Zeppelin raid were 34 killed and 56 injured. ...

    Article : 34 words
  17. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The 345th casualty list was released by the Censor yesterday. It contains the names of Western Australian soldiers, together with those who enlisted elsewhere, ...

    Article : 877 words
  18. LOSS OF ZEPPELINS.

    Since effective means came to be employed for dealing with Zeppelin raiders, quite a number of the huge machines have been destroyed. The following is a list of ...

    Article : 262 words
  19. EXPLOSIONS ON SHIPS.

    Harold Batten, alias Saunders (20), was charged at the Central Police Court to-day with that, on October 10, he knowingly had in his possession certain explosive ...

    Article : 289 words
  20. COST OF LIVING.

    The Royal Commission which is inquiring into the cost of necessary commodities took Further evidence at Parliament House yesterday morning. By direction of the ...

    Article : 598 words
  21. THE FRENCH CABINET.

    M. Painleve has offered to retain the Premienship, and to drop M. Ribot (Minister for Foreign Affairs) for M. Barthou. The Socialists strongly object to M. Ribot, on ...

    Article : 56 words
  22. M. PAINLEVE'S WEAKEST POINT.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says:—"A new Cabinet post may be introduced for a Minister representing the Premier in Parliament, and ...

    Article : 64 words
  23. GERMANY'S PEACE FEELERS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Manchester Guardian" reported yesterday:—"In connection with the Cabinet crisis, M. Briand, in conversation with some friends, ...

    Article : 97 words
  24. AT SEA.

    The Admiralty states that a destroyer has been sunk, as the result of a collision, two officers and 21 men being saved. The armed meroantile cruiser Orama was ...

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  25. BUTTER FOR BRITAIN.

    An important announcement regarding the advance to be made against butter sold to Great Britain, and placed in cool storage for shipment, was made to-day by the ...

    Article : 147 words
  26. EAST TO WEST.

    Thousands of people assembled at the Kalgoorlie railway station this afternoon to witness the arrival of the first through train from, Port Augusta, and to welcome ...

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  27. NORTH SEA FIGHT.

    An officer, who was a survivor of the British destroyer Mary Rose, which was sunk in the North Sea last Wednesday, says that the fighting was exceedingly ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. MALMAISON FORT.

    The battle began in darkness an hour before dawn, the central point of attack being Malmaison Fort, which was defended by the German Guardsmen. The ...

    Article : 152 words
  29. EXECUTION OF BELGIANS.

    Nineteen Belgians, including several women, have been executed by the Germans at Gbent on a charge of espionage. ...

    Article : 25 words
  30. QUEENSLAND POLITICS.

    In the Legislative Council the debate was resumed on the second reading of the Shipping Acquisition Bill. Mr. Hawthorn doubted whether it was worth while ...

    Article : 379 words
  31. BOLO PASHA.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" yesterday interrogated Bolo Pasha in his cell. The correspondent states:—"Bolo Pasha admits that he ...

    Article : 92 words
  32. FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE.

    In the Arbitration Court to-day Mr. Justice Higgins commenced the hearing of a claim by the Professional Officers' Association of the Commonwealth, against ...

    Article : 211 words
  33. BRAZILIAN STEAMER SU[?]K.

    Advices from Ferrol (12 miles north of Corunna) state that a German submarine yesterday sank the Brazilian steamer Makan (6,000 tons), which had a valuable cargo ...

    Article : 48 words
  34. AERIAL REPRISALS.

    The "Daily Express" states:—"The presence of Sir John Simon, M.P., who recently joined the Flying Corps, at the British Headquarters in Flanders, is directly ...

    Article : 70 words
  35. FRENCH PREMIER JUBILANT.

    The French Premier, M. Painleve, states that the advance is most satisfactory. The French troops went forward nearly two miles on a five mile front. They captured ...

    Article : 128 words
  36. FRENCH AERIAL ACTIVITY.

    French balloons and aeroplanes during September had 54 encounters with submarines, of which 19 were in the Channel, 18 in the Atlantic, and 17 in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  37. TRADERS' CONFERENCE.

    Delegates from the Various Traders' Associations scattered over the State arrived at Busselton this afternoon for the purpose of holding their annual conference. The ...

    Article : 155 words
  38. GENERAL ITEMS.

    Captain Persius, writing in the "Berliner Tageblatt," now urges disarmament as the real goal of the war and the placing of right before might. "The old ...

    Article : 69 words
  39. THE ITALIAN FRONT.

    The following Italian official report was issued yesterday:—"We drove back yesterday, with severa losses, a strong Austro-German attack on Mount Piana, in Cadoria. ...

    Article : 54 words
  40. STATE ENTERPRISE.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday the Premier (Mr. Ryan) moved the second reading of the Bill to authorise the establishment, continuance, and carrying on of ...

    Article : 120 words
  41. GERMAN REPORTS.

    The British Admiralty yesterday intercepted the following wireless German official message:—"Anglo-French forces penetrated deeply into our defences on the ...

    Article : 120 words
  42. FOOD RIOTS IN AUSTRIA.

    Violent food riots took place yesterday at Vienna, Pressburg, Brinn, and Laibach. The rioters destroyed several munition factories. Troops killed and wounded ...

    Article : 38 words
  43. GREECE.

    After an all-night debate, the Chamber of Deputies yesterday voted in favour of the impeachment of the members of the Skouloudis and Lambros Cabinets. ...

    Article : 124 words
  44. THE PRICE OF TEA.

    Evidence regarding the price of tea was given before the Interstate Commission to-day. Robert Ramsay, chairman of directors of the Harrison, Ramsay Pty., Ltd., ...

    Article : 142 words
  45. THE CASE OF MRS. WALSH.

    The State Attorney-General has decided no[?] to recommend the release of Mrs. Walsh (formerly Adela Pankhurst) from prison. She is undergoing one month's ...

    Article : 49 words
  46. GERMANY'S LACK OF MINERALS.

    In the House of Commons yesterday Dr. Addison (Minister for Reconstruction) said that the German attempt to purchase British mineral properties was made through ...

    Article : 44 words
  47. A VICTORIAN ROBBERY.

    At the Adelaide Police Court yesterday, Henry Roberts and Andrew Wells, two young men who were arrested at Gawler Racecourse on Saturday, were charged with ...

    Article : 89 words
  48. ADMIRALTY REPORT.

    The Admiralty issued the following report on Tuesday:—"Naval aircraft on Sunday night dropped several bombs on the Melle railway sidings, near Ghent. Our bombers ...

    Article : 72 words
  49. Advertising

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    Advertising : 42 words
  50. ERRONEOUS DEATH REPORT

    French and English sporting newspapers announced last week that Cecil Healy the well-known Au[?] swimmer, ha[?] been killed at Messines. Healy wrote from ...

    Article : 53 words
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