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  2. "SECOND SOMME BATTLE"

    MONDAY EVENING.—The second battle of the Somme is being fonght in the open across naturally dead flat country which has been converted into hills ...

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  3. MANY AIR FIGHTS.

    Sixty-nine enemy aeroplanes were brought down on Sunday which is a record for one day. The following communique regarding the aerial operations was issued on Monday ...

    Article : 369 words
  4. SHELLING OF PARIS.

    The long-range bombardment of Paris was resumed on Monday morning, but was interrupted after the second shot. The explosive effect of the long-range ...

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  5. "A LIVING TIDE."

    Monday Evening.—On Sunday the Germans continued their efforts to advance, seeking to cross the Somme south of Peronne and to break a way through the ...

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  6. NOTES ON THE BATTLE.

    The testing hour of the Allies has come, and every message arriving from the front for the next few days will be scanned more anxiously than ever. ...

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  7. BAPAUME FALLS

    Bapanme has fallen, and the Germans have made gains in the direction of Courcellette (6 miles S.W. of Bapanme). The Germans now claim to be in the centre of the old Somme battle-field. On the southern sector the Germans have captured Guiscard and Nelse. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. MESSAGES OF CHEER.

    His Majesty the King has telegraphed to Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig as follows:— "I assure you that the fort[?]do, ...

    Article : 388 words
  9. ALLIED AIR REPRISALS.

    A message received in Amsterdam from Cologne reports:— "Enemy airmen on Sunday night dropped eight bombs on Cologne, ...

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  10. WIRELESS CONTRACTS.

    In reply to a challenge thrown out by Mr. Godfrey Issacs, that he should publicly repeat the statements made in the House of Commons with reference to the law suit ...

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  11. LONDON EXCITED.

    Throughout Monday afternoon and evening the public anxiety about the latest news continued. The newspapers were bought up in spite of the high prices ...

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  12. PLAYING "LEAP-FROG."

    Monday Afternoon.—With increasing intensity the battle thunders from the Scarpe to the Oise. Prisoners declare that the heaviest blows are yet to come. The ...

    Article : 512 words
  13. FEELING IN BRITAIN.

    Sir Douglas Haig's insistence in his message to the King on the fact that the present effort is the enemy's last hope of success encourages the nation to view the ...

    Article : 359 words
  14. American Wireless News.

    The American Consul at Melbourne (Mr. W. C. Magelssen) has made available the following news items, which were distri[?]ted from the United States naval radio ...

    Article : 364 words
  15. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The "Frankfurter Zeitung" states that it learns that the fall of M. Lenin (Bolshevik Prime Minister) is imminent. The accession to power of the Socialists, who ...

    Article : 129 words
  16. SUMMARY OF EARLIER NEWS.

    The following message appe[?]red in the later editions of "The Arugs" of Tuesday:— DUNKIRK NAVAL FIGHT. An eye witness's narrative of the ...

    Article : 352 words
  17. ITALIAN FRONT.

    It is expected in Swiss military circles that the German offensive on the West front will shortly be followed by an offensive on the Italian front. ...

    Article : 209 words
  18. LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

    The London Stock, Exchange opened on Monday weak in tone, and prices generally were marked down slightly. Values soon recovered, as there was no development of ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. GENERAL CABLES.

    Four more Australian soldiers have obtained scholarships tenable for one year at the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester, and are taking up technical studies. ...

    Article : 202 words
  20. The Captured Raider.

    The Aamerican Navy Department announces that the vessel seized in the Pacific was a sixty-foot motor-boat named the Agassiz, which sailed from a West ...

    Article : 64 words
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  22. Airship Over Crete.

    The Greek War Ministry announces that on the evening of March 21 an airship appeared over Crete. It was travelling to the northward. ...

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