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  3. RED RUSSIA.

    The latest official cable messages received in London confirm the impression that the Bolshevik Government is breaking up. It is known that for a month the Prime ...

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  4. TALK OF PEACE.

    In replying to a deputation of trade union leaders the German Chancellor (Baron von Hertling) said that the political leaders were in full agreement with the army ...

    Article : 711 words
  5. COST OF GOVERNMENT.

    While State Ministers are in accord with the Treasurer (Mr. McPherson) in directing public attention to the fact that in the ten years 1908-9 to June 30 last the salaries ...

    Article : 1,097 words
  6. MEAT PRICES.

    Following the conference, of producers, fat stock salesmen, frozen and canned meat exporters, and wholesale and master butchers, held in ...

    Article : 1,655 words
  7. ALLIES HIT HARD

    While the Americans continue to improve their position in Lorraine, where they have taken 15,000 prisoners, the French have launched a new attack in the Aisne region. In spite of a severe German resistance they have made good progress, and have taken 2,700 prisoners. It is considered that ...

    Article : 275 words
  8. BRITISH PROGRESS.

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:— North[?]west of St. Quentin we further progressed yesterday, and last night south[?]west ...

    Article : 92 words
  9. THE ANGLO-SAXON RACE.

    The Prime Minister of New Zealand (Mr. Massey) and the Treasurer (Sir Joseph Ward) were informally entertained in New York on Friday by a circle of leading men ...

    Article : 422 words
  10. THE FRENCH ATTACK.

    The French attacked at dawn of Friday on both sides of the Aillette and between the Aisne and the Ve[?]le, and advanced a mile and a half on an 11-mile front. They ...

    Article : 268 words
  11. OVERSEAS EDITORS.

    Representatives of the Australian,[?] New Zealand, and South African press have returned to London from the West front. They came back by way of Paris, where ...

    Article : 376 words
  12. The Submarines.

    Admiral von Scheer, the German naval commander-in-chief, addressing members of the Reichstag on Friday, said:—"I have no doubt that the moment will come when ...

    Article : 89 words
  13. AMERICAN ATTACK.

    Official reports tell a stirring story of the continued success of the American offensive in Lorraine, which the Germans seek to minimise. They run as follows:— ...

    Article : 1,793 words
  14. AIR RAIDS ON GERMANY.

    It is authoritatively stated in London that 21 important German towns were bombed by the independent air force during August. Of these the following places ...

    Article : 159 words
  15. ALLIES AND NEW GAS.

    According to the correspondent of the "Chicago News" at the Hague the Vienna "Neue Frie[?] Presse" attributes much of the Allied success to a new and powerful gas, ...

    Article : 1,574 words
  16. THE STATE AND TRADE.

    General Smuts, in his speech at Newcastle, said that Great Britain after the war must nor rely too much upon Government control. The Government could ...

    Article : 206 words
  17. LABOUR TROUBLES.

    The Press Bureau states that the coalheavers at Liverpool ceased work on September 10, thus holding up a large number of vessels, which are to return to America ...

    Article : 215 words
  18. GENERAL CABLES.

    The British Admiralty has adopted a scheme to double the number of commissions to be granted to warrant-officers. Arrangements have been made to return ...

    Article : 185 words
  19. Germans' English Wives.

    The Home Secretary (Sir George Cave), in a written reply to a deputation, stated that there was no foundation for the statement that the British-born wives of ...

    Article : 169 words
  20. Sedition and Treason.

    Eugene Debs, the Socialist leader, formerly a candidate for the presidency, has been found guilty at Chicago of a breach of the Espionage Act. This offence lay in ...

    Article : 83 words
  21. AMERICA'S FIRST BLOW.

    The Americans attacked on both the western and southern sides of the St. Mihiel salient on Thursday, and "flattened it out" in 27 hours. Their attack extended from a point a little south of Fresnes to the Moselle. The line which they have now reached runs southward by way of Herbauville ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. RED CROSS CARNIVAL.

    The Fitzroy Cricket Club intends to hold a carnival in order to assist the Red Cross movement. The mayor (Councillor Robert [?]) mentioned the matter at the annual meeting of the local cricket ...

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  23. "Camoufla[?]e" by Proxy.

    A long-range gun emplacement has been discovered in Cordie Wood. It appears that the Germans "camouflaged" a dummy long-range gun near by, but left the real ...

    Article : 45 words
  24. RATIONING PAPER.

    The question of paper supplies was discussed by the new controller (Mr. William Brooks) and the Minister for Price Fixing (Mr. Massy Greene) on Saturday, ...

    Article : 167 words
  25. South African War Loan.

    The South African Government announces that a new loan will be issued in October. This will be issued in two classes, namely, at 4[?] per cent[?] free from income ...

    Article : 79 words
  26. Fighting in Macedonia.

    A communique regarding the Balkans, issued in Paris on Saturday, states that there has been lively artillery and patrol activity at numerous points west of the ...

    Article : 75 words
  27. HONOUR BOARD.

    BEAUFORT, Saturday.—An honour board bearing the names of a large number of old scholars who have fought in the present war has been placed in the Lake Goldsmith school, and was ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. France and the Huns.

    The French Chamber of Deputies will shortly discuss a motion in favour of reprisals for the desolation of French towns and villages. ...

    Article : 28 words
  29. American Man Power.

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—A census of the man power of the United States was taken quietly on Thursday, when 14,000,000 men between the ages of 18 and 45 years ...

    Article : 67 words
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  31. Gold Production Inquiry.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Bon[?]r Law) has informed the Gold Producers Committee of his intention to appoint a committee of inquiry. The terms ...

    Article : 49 words
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