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  2. ANZACS IN EGYPT.

    The British Press Bureau has issued for publication in Thursaday morning's papers a despatch from General Sir Archibald Murray, offficer commanding in Egypt, dated ...

    Article : 293 words
  3. NEW ZEALANDERS

    "Considerable artillery activity," Sir Douglas Haig reported on Sunday afternoon, "has been displayed by both sides southward of the Ancre. We entered ...

    Article : 1,925 words
  4. PITH OF THE WAR.

    "This story may be read gladly in New Zealand," says Mr. Phil[?]p Gibbs, In concluding a thrilling story of the grand work of the New Zealanders on ...

    Article : 173 words
  5. ZEPPELINS LOST.

    Two of the Zeppelins which participated in the raid on England on Sunday were brought down in Essex. One raider fell in flames, and was destroyed, with its crew. ...

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  6. CONSCRIPTION.

    Owing to the rain, telegraphic communication with Adelaide was interrupted last evening. No report of Mr. Hughes's address on the conscription issue was to hand when ...

    Article : 239 words
  7. GOULBURN VALLEY.

    SEYMOUR, Monday.—It is generally agreed that the flood which has swept the Goulburn Valley during the last day or two is the greatest since 1870, and many ...

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  8. CASUALTIES IN FRANCE.

    By the last mail from the front Mr. Alex. Gray, of the Church of England Grammar School, Melbourne, received a letter from Lieut. Colonel [?] Maistre, giving particulars of how his son. ...

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  9. CALL FOR MEN.

    Considerable improvement was shown yesterday in the recruiting figures in Victoria. In all, 230 men presented themselves for enlistment, and of these 114 were ...

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  10. RUSSIA'S ARMIES.

    Little news of the operations on the East front was received in London on Sunday. A Petrograd communique on Sunday ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. DOBRUDJA.

    The military expert of the New York "Times." whose, comments on the war are notably unbiassed, remarks that the German official claim of success in the Dobrudja was ...

    Article : 185 words
  12. Germany's Fleet.

    The "Kolnische Volks Zeitung" publishes a decree, issued by the Kaiser on September 10, in which the workmen at German dockyards are thanked for their services in ...

    Article : 63 words
  13. IN MACEDONIA.

    A British advance on the Ma[?]donian front was announced by the War Office on Sunday in a bulletin which read.— "British troops have crossed the Struma ...

    Article : 240 words
  14. Canadian Air Service.

    It has been announced at Ottawa that Mr. Charles Wilcox, a member of the Canadian Parliament, is to be appointed Minister in charge of the Cunndian air ...

    Article : 40 words
  15. German Foreign Policy.

    The "Lokal Anzeiger" announces that a bil, providing for the establishment of a commission composed of Parliamentarians, authorised to deal with foreign policy, will ...

    Article : 58 words
  16. MISSING SOLDIERS.

    Mrs. G. R. McGill, of [?] Sutherland road, Armadale, has been officially informed that her son, Lance[?]Corporal H. S. McGill, has been missing since August 5. ...

    Article : 284 words
  17. LOOSE METHODS.

    Sir,—I: received a letter this morning signed by the mayor and town clerk of Camberwell, addressed to my son, enclosing patriotic circulars and a request ...

    Article : 198 words
  18. Russia's Campaign in Asia.

    "Our Caucasus detachments," said a Petrograd communique on Saturday, "have advanced to the town of Ellen." ...

    Article : 23 words
  19. Germans Lack Nourishment.

    It is stated in a Berne message to the "Wireless News" that the German people, owing to under[?]nourishment, have suffered an average less of weight of 13lb. for each ...

    Article : 38 words
  20. AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND.

    An assurance has been received by the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce)from the headquarters of the A.I.F. in England that instructions issued here regarding the ...

    Article : 139 words
  21. On the Italian Front.

    "In the Astieo Valley on Saturday," an official Rome bulletin on Sunday stated, "the enemy exploded mines on Monte Cimone, obliging us to withdraw 100 yards ...

    Article : 67 words
  22. Submarines Sink British Trawlers.

    German submarines have sunk 12 steam trawlers belonging to the port of Grimsby. ...

    Article : 18 words
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