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    MOTOR 'BUSES LADEN WITH BRITISH TROOPS ON THE WAY TO THE TRENCHES. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. TRAMWAY TALKS.

    "Ve-vah-la Frong-say!" It was the Regular Rider, undoubtedly highly pleased and highly delighted. He waved his newspaper and beamed. ...

    Article : 524 words
  4. CAUCHT IN A NET.

    Of the various methods devised by the British navy to destroy German laubmarines. the most successful seems to be that of netting them (says the ...

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  5. QUEEN MARYS 0PPORTUNITY.

    Optimism is courage concentrated; pessimism in cowardice converted into phrases. This should be the greatest nation of optimists on earth, for in less ...

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  6. RHYMES FOR THE TIMES.

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  7. SLOWING DOWN.

    The Regalar Rider smiled as he lowered the sheet of black and white which had hidden his visage during the loading up of the South tramcar ...

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    MISS OLIVE KELSO KING, daughter of Mr. Kelso King, of Craignish, Macquurie-strwt, Sydney. Miss Kelso King was attached to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 70 words
  9. SOLICITING SOLDIERS.

    "I see by the paper," said the Regular Rider, "that a Melbourne magistrate put some pretty stiff lines on some soldiers who were soliciting ...

    Article : 698 words
  10. FRANCE'S FAMOUS "75."

    "Engineering" illustrates France's 75-mm. light field gun which, has done so splendidly during the war. It was designed by Messrs. Sehneider to meet ...

    Article : 518 words
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  12. GOOD ROADS.

    "If anyone who has been away from Broken Hill for a month or two should came back shortly, they would not know Argent-street," said the Regular ...

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    A general view from within the square as originally built, with stacks of cannon balls. The birthplace of a great national industry never lacks interest, but our illustrations of Woolwich Arsenal as it was in about the year 1730 are of a nature which makes an irresistible appeal in these days, when the existence of the Empire may be said to depend in a large degree upon the answer of the nation to the cry for "Munitions, more ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    GENERAL SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON, who was Sir John French's lieutenant. He has been appointed chief of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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