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  2. Kaiser's Abdication

    A German official message reports that Prince Max, the imperial Chancellor, has issued the following deerce:—The Kaiser and King has decided to renounce the ...

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  3. Revolt in Germany

    Reports from the frontier state that Berlin is in the throes of a popular upheaval. The ed Guards occupied the greater part of the city, and there was ...

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  4. WAITING FOR THE NEWS.

    "What's the news?" 'The question fell from a. hundred lips at not infrequent intervals in the huge crowd, which on the tiptoe of expectancy, waited for over ...

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  5. STOPPAGE OF TRAINS.

    Owing to the stoppage of trains serious food disturbances are expected in Germany. ...

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  6. BLOODLESS TRANSFORMATION.

    All the news from Germany indicates that the old regime has entirely collapsed. The Social Democrats control practically the whole Empire and the ...

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  7. TRAM TRAFFIC HELD UP.

    Early in the evening the tram traffic was held up in Patterson-street by the dense crowd across the roadway, and at 1.30 the traffic inspector found it ...

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  8. A GRAND CLIMAX.

    For another half-hour they waited, and there woe a sudden silence. Eyes turned , to a diminutive figure in the red[?]dged, uniform of a. postal messenger. ...

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  9. SIGNING THE ARMISTICE.

    The following message was received from the Secretary of State for Colonies, through the Governor-General, by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt), ...

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  10. LITHUANIAN REPUBLIC.

    A coalition of Democrats, Socialists, and peasants, after overthrowing the projected Lithuanian monarchy, cancelled the Duke of Urach's election, 'and ...

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  11. HOW THE SIGNAL WAS GIVEN.

    The pressing of a button at the "Examiner" office immediately upon the receipt of the news was responsible for the signal being given to the' people of ...

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  12. CONSTITUTION OF REICHSTAG.

    A German wireless says that the Majority of Socialists have decided upon equal direct and secret suffrage and preportional representation for the ...

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  13. MELBOURNE GOES FRANTIC.

    When the cabled news from America was posted up outside the "Argus" office the assembled thousands raised enthusiastic cheers, and sang the National ...

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  14. A NEW MINISTRY.

    It is officially reported from Berlin that Herr Ebart, the new Chancellor, Is. sued a proclamation stating he was forming a new Ministry. ...

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  15. CITY COUNCIL GRATITUDE.

    On the motion of Mir. Whitaker, seconded by Mr. Ockerby, the city council yesterday adopted the following resolution:—"That this council humbly ...

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  16. SOCIALIST AND KAISER.

    The socialists have postponed the period for the Kaiser to abdicate in view of the present discussion of ...

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  17. THE KAISER SHIVERED.

    It appears that the Kaiser signed the abdication on Saturday morning in the presence of the Crown Prince and Marshal von Hindenburg at the ...

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  18. REJOICINGS AT THE CAPITAL.

    The peace noses was received to-night with tow wildest enthusiasm. Over 20,000 assembled outside tile Town Hall, and when the official guns were fired ...

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  19. A PRINCESS WOUNDED.

    It is reported that Princess Henry was wounded in the left arm by a bullet when escaping with her husband in a motor ear at Kiel. ...

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  20. "TIN-CAN SHELL SHOCK."

    With fireworks exploding in all directions, and tin oans and other missiles flying from the grip of those who waved them as though they were flags, it was ...

    Article : 90 words
  21. NEW GOVERNMENT.

    A German official message declared that the new peoples Government was initiated on Saturday. The greater part of the Berlin garrison and other ...

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  22. WILD SCENES IN BRISBANE.

    Scenes of unprecedented enthusiasm were witnessed in Brisbane to-night when the news that Germany had signed the armistice became known. The ...

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  23. "GOD SAVE THE KING!"

    It is hard to compute the number of people who surged in and near Patterson-street, but it must have been fully :15,000. ...

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  24. FAREWELL TO ARMY.

    The ex-Kaiser and ex Crown Prince expected to farewell the army to-day. Their future movements are unsettled. ...

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  25. OFFICIAL PROGRAMMING.

    The Premier advises that the following arrangements axe to be observed in Hobart:—Should official news of the signing of the armistice be received, ...

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  26. UNCONFIRMED RUMOUR.

    It was reported that the Socialists in Berlin had proclaimed a Republic, but there is no confirmation of the news. ...

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  27. SIGNED AT 5 A.M.

    At an early hour this morning the Mayor of Launceston (Alderman W. Coogan) received from the Acting Prime Minister (Hon. W. A. Watt) a ...

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  28. INDESCRIBABLE ENTHUSIASM.

    The news of the abdication aroused indescribable enthusiasm in the theatres in Paris. ...

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  29. COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY

    The Socialists, Progressives, and the town council of Frankfort, have formed committee of public safety ...

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  30. AT ARMY HEADQUARTERS.

    The Kaiser's visit to headquarters was intended to rally the army round him. but only the officers, chiefly Prussians, placed themselves at his disposal. He ...

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  31. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS REJOICE

    At the time the news was received a large number of members were assembled at the Commercial Travellers' Club. They immediately proceeded to ...

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  32. BAVARIAN REPUBLIC.

    When the Ravarian Republic was proclaimed at Munich the garrison and police surrendered to the (Soldiers' and Peasants' Council, which controls the ...

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  33. His Majesty the King

    'The Press Bureau states that in view of the now conditions in the general situation the King remains in London in order to be in close communication ...

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  34. "KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING."

    At 2 o'clock this morning (which by no means marked the closing of the demonstration) the strains of "Keep the Home Firse Burning," "It's a Long ...

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  35. HOSPITAL PATIENTS PARTICIPATE.

    The tremendous uproar which followed the hoisting of the news on the "Examiner" board end the pealing of tie [?]rebell proved more than a great many ...

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  36. DEMONSTRATION AT DEVONPORT.

    Devonport entered into the rejoicings with a vigor characteristic of its people. The nows was posted at 830, and immediately the firebells and church ...

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  37. SATISFACTION EXPRESSED.

    'The "New York Times." Washington correspondent states that the despatches telling of the Kaiser's abdication caused an outspoken expression of satisfaction ...

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  38. PRUSSIAN MINISTER RESIGNED.

    On behalf of the Socialist leaders Hon. Schiedema[?] sent an ultimatum to the Chancellor to withdraw from the Government unless the prohibition of a ...

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  39. SPIRIT OF VICTORY

    Mr. Philip Gibbs writes that the spirit of victory is in the air. Our troops are following up the retreating enemy, singing as they march, with flags on ...

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  40. BONFIRE—BRISBANE-STREET.

    So wild was the crowd with excitement, that it even resorted to kindling a bon-fire in Brisbane-street opposite the Quadrant. Pecking eases were secured ...

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  41. CONDITIONS OF ARMISTICE.

    The following is a summary of the terms of the armistice to Germany:—3 MILITARY TERMS. (a) immediate evacuation of ...

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  42. GOVERNOR RESIGNS.

    General von Linsingen, Military Governor of Berlin, has resigned. ...

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  43. THE NEWS AT ZEEHAN

    Rejoicings on a mild scale followed the receipt of the Washington news that the armistice had been signed. An urgent telegram was received from Warden. ...

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  44. NEW CHANCELLOR.

    In a manifesto Herr Ebart says that "Prince Max, with the assent of all secretaries of state, has handed over to me the business of the Imperial ...

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  45. RETURNED SOLDIERS "JOIN UP."

    No one rejoiced more in the great howling crowd than those who had "done their bit." There was a great sprinkling of khakiclad warriors as ...

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  46. GERMAN RETREAT

    There are signs that the German retreat between the Sambre and the Mouse is becoming a rout. The British army as" passed Jemappes, and both the ...

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  47. TO-DAY'S DEMONSTRATION.

    The peace celebration committee met at the Launceston Town Hall last evening, when there were present:—The Mayor (Alderman Congan), Messrs. E. ...

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  48. ARRESTS MADE.

    It is reported that t e revolutionaries have arrested Herr and Frau Krupp. ...

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  49. LABOUR PARTY

    Mr. J. R. Clynes, M.P., in a speech de. livered at Harrow, declared that f labour breaks its pledge to back up the Government it may forfeit the right to ...

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  50. PRISONERS RELEASED

    AR the allied prisoners at Aix-[?] Chapelle have been released. ...

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  51. SCENES IN THE STREETS.

    It is probable that never again will Launceston see such a demonstration as that last night. The scenes in the street were unprecedented in the ...

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  52. THE EX-KAISER ON DUTCH FRONTIER.

    The ex-Kiser is on the Dutch frontier awaiting the permission of the Dutch Government to proceed to Geddachten, where Count Bentinck has offered him ...

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  53. MOVE BY UKRAINIANS

    From Zurich it has been telegraphed that the Ukraimian forces have entered Czernowitz. ...

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  54. "SLOW" STRIKE OFF

    According to decision of the slaughtermen's representatives. who met at the Trades Hall this evening the employers' offer of an increase of wages are ...

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  55. BAVARIANS OCCUPY INNSBRUCK

    Bavarian troops have occupied Inusbruck and destroyed the railways. ...

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  56. Stop Your Face from Growing Old.

    Decide this summer to guard your skin against the harm that the sun and dust and heat and hot wind will do. These things will wrinkle your skin, brown It, ...

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  57. SCENES IN LONDON.

    London was high-spirited over the announcement of the Kaiser's abdication. Buoyant crowds thronged the streets until late at night, and there was ...

    Article : 128 words
  58. THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME.

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Watt) up to 11 to-night had not received any official news that Germany had accepted the armistice terms of ...

    Article : 281 words
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