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  2. EUROPEAN WAR.

    The battle north of the Aime the most stubborn and bitter since the commencement of hostilities—appears to be still for from a definits conclusion. ...

    Article : 491 words
  3. OFFICIAL CABLE MESSAGES.

    The Premier received yesterday the following cable message from the High Commissioner for the Commonwealth:—"German attack on Antwerp considered ...

    Article : 496 words
  4. OPERATIONS IN BELGIUM.

    Reports from Antwerp show that the Germans continued the bombardment of Malines on Sunday, when several citizens were killed by shells as they were returning from ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. PRICE OF GOODS.

    The Prices of Goods Board has announced its determination in regard to prices for sugar and jam. The values fixed are in each instance those ruling on August 1, neither ...

    Article : 49 words
  6. ASPECTS OF TRADE.

    At such a time as the present it was not surprising to find the monthly meeting last night of the Perth Chamber of Commerce devoted very largely to various aspects of ...

    Article : 1,341 words
  7. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The New South Wales quota of 3,000 for the second expeditionary force has now been made up. Enrolling continues, and the men who are now enlisting will go to ...

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  8. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    £ s. d. Previously acknowledged 13,971 11 4 Dowerin Roads Board Patriotic Fund, per Jas. A. Martin, List 942 3 9 6 ...

    Article : 404 words
  9. BRITISH ITEMS.

    Thousands of recruits for Lord Kitchener's first new army are under instruction at Aldershot. The problem of housing, feeding, and clothing the huge number of new ...

    Article : 113 words
  10. CARDINAL CONDEMNS THE GERMANS.

    Cardinal Logue, interviewed in Dublin, yesterday said the Germans were worse than the Huns. Irishmen throughout the world would stand by the Empire in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  11. GERMANY'S WAR EXPENSES.

    The "Figaro" has published an article summing up the opinions of leading German experts as to the probable cost of the war. These estimated that the expenditure ...

    Article : 139 words
  12. ESPIONAGE IN BRITAIN.

    In the Dover Police Court yesterday Karl Ernst, a hairdresser, was remanded on a charge of espionage. Mr. A. H. Bodkin, who appeared for the Police stated that ...

    Article : 102 words
  13. RUSSIA'S ADVANCE.

    The Australians have been considerably reinforced on the Silesian front, where they are displaying great activity. Several Australian sorties from Przemysl yesterday ...

    Article : 514 words
  14. REVIEW OF THE WAR.

    A cable message received from the High Commissioner (Sir George Reid) contains the following descriptive account, dated September 25, communicated by an ...

    Article : 993 words
  15. THE EXPENDITIONARY FORCE.

    Another hot day in camp was experienced by the troops yesterday, and the various units carried out their routine duties in veritable summer conditions. "G" and "H" ...

    Article : 924 words
  16. A PASSENGER'S EXPERIENCES.

    "In the treatment of British non-combatants the Germans have displayed a most vindictive spirit, and one that is opposed to all of our preconceived ideas as to the ...

    Article : 1,385 words
  17. TURKEY'S INTENTIONS.

    The "Daily Mail" states that the announcement made at Constantinople that the Dardanelles have been closed to navigation suggests that the Porte intends to ...

    Article : 39 words
  18. HOUSE TO HOUSE FIGHTING.

    A British corporal wounded on the Aisne and now at Woolwich states: "Thrilling house-to-house fighting took place in the villages near Rheims, where the British ...

    Article : 304 words
  19. AMERICA'S ATTITUDE.

    The "Tribune," in an article entitled "Neutral Nations Theatened," denounces the action of the Germans in dropping bombs from the air into open towns, and ...

    Article : 134 words
  20. FIGHTING IN AFRICA.

    In German South-West Africa yesterday the Rand Light Horse surprised some mounted Germans between Kolmanskop and Grasplats, and drove them into the ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. GERMAN SPIES CAPTURED.

    Three German spies, disguised as French officers, in a motor car, and a fourth dressed in woman's attire, on a bicycle, were stopped last Saturday at St. Die as ...

    Article : 88 words
  22. GENERAL BOTHA'S LOYALTY.

    General Botha (the Prime Minister). who has assumed command of the military operations against German South-West Africa, in an address to his constituents ...

    Article : 98 words
  23. GERMAN LOSSES IN FRANCE.

    The military correspondent of the "Times" asserts that good judges have estimated the number of German casualties in French at 400,000. ...

    Article : 84 words
  24. WEST AFRICAN INVASION.

    It is semi-officially stated that the Anglo-French operations in the Cameroons, Germany's possession in West Africa, have been as successful as was the invasion of ...

    Article : 61 words
  25. CAMPAIGN IN FRANCE.

    The German attacks east of Rheims have been renewed with unavailing violence. Two battalions of the Prussian Guard were wiped out on Monday. The Guards corps' ...

    Article : 179 words
  26. CANADA.

    The Canadian Pacific Railway Company will employ 6,600 extra men during next month and November, in order to relieve the distress caused by the war. ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. RHEIMS CATHEDRAL.

    It is officially notified that all the roofing of the Rheims Cathedral was burned and many stained-glass windows were broken, while the northern towers ...

    Article : 101 words
  28. USE OF EXPLOSIVE BULLETS.

    A communique reports that all the Servian commanders concur in showing that the enemy is everywhere employing explosive bullets. The first ten discharges of ...

    Article : 193 words
  29. SIEGE OF KIAU-CHAU.

    Yesterday it was announced that the Japanese casualities since the beginning of the war number 312. It now transpires that these figures were incorrect, as the ...

    Article : 155 words
  30. THE FRENCH SOCIALISTS.

    M. Jonhaux, general secretary of the French Labour Confederation, relates an interview he had with Herr Legin, secretary-general of the German Syndicalist Association on ...

    Article : 144 words
  31. BATTLE OF THE AISNE.

    A British officer who was wounded at the battle of the Aisne states that during the first stages of the fight the cavalry dismounted and took a turn in the trenches, ...

    Article : 269 words
  32. WEST AUSTRALIAN IMPRISONED IN GERMANY.

    I have just seen Mr. L. Alexander, the Perth manager for Messrs. Falk and Co., who reached London on Tuesday night after sensational adventures in Germany. In ...

    Article : 782 words
  33. BRITISH WOOL TRADE.

    The week has been rather quieter than its predecessor in many ways. The Government has not issue [?] any further contracts and those mills which have secured them ...

    Article : 1,683 words
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