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  2. Fight in Neutral Zone.

    The Idea Nazionale states that Bulgarian irregular troops have invaded Greek territory near Gramulgina, and that Greek troops, believing the invaders to be ...

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  3. THE DARDANELLES.

    A number of Liberal members of the House of Commons on Tuesday tabled a motion calling for a select committee to enquire into the initiation, conduct, and ...

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  4. BELGIAN RELIEF.

    The Lord Mayor of London (sir charles Johnston), on behalf of the National committee for the Relief of Belgium, desires to express ha deep admiration for the ...

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  5. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    It is a strange world, politically, this 'Australia. A cablegram has been received from the Imperial authorities asking that we should increase our reinforcements to ...

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  6. BALKANS SITUATION

    A Reuter message states that Bulgaria has made a formal declaration of war against Serbia. ...

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  7. HIGH COMMISSIONER.

    A sub-leader in The Daily Chronicle discusses the offer of the Commonwealth High Commissioner (Sir George Reid) to remain in office without salary intil the ...

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  8. ALLIES CONFIDENT.

    The Foreign Secretary (Sir Edward Grey) has promised to make a statement upon the was situation on Thursday in the House of Commons. The French Premier delivered a highly encouraging speech in the Paris Chamber on. Tuesday, in which he stated that the Russians ...

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  9. WESTERN FRONTS.

    War correspondents, detailing for German newspapers, the operations in the Champagne district of France, report that another severe and continuous' artillery ...

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  10. RUSSIAN FRONTS.

    The Russian communique on Wednesday morning stated:—"A Russian aeroplane threw 20 bombs on a German transport and artillery column Mn the Tukkum ...

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  11. Kaiser in Serbia.

    The German Emperor has arrived in Serbia to confer with his headquarters staff there on the, conduct of operations against the Allies. ...

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  12. Slaughter of Armenians.

    The American Ambassador at Constantinople (Mr. Henry Norgenthan) has officially reported io Washington that since Bulgaria's entrance on the war, the ...

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  13. Bulgarian Attack Begun.

    The Imperial Government has distressed the Balgarian Minister in London (M. P. Hadji Micheff), and has handed been his passports. ...

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  14. AMERICA UNHEEDED.

    The American representations to Turkey, against the Armenian massacred remain unheeded, the Turks believing that the United States will take no further ...

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  15. German Slavedriving.

    An official wireless message says that Germany is resorting to slavery as regards the entire population of Belgium and her civil prisoners of war. She is compelling ...

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  16. MR. FISHER AND HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP.

    Our Melbourne correspondent telegraphed on Wednesday evening:—The Prime Minister (Mr. Fisher), who has icon spending a holiday at Canberra, returned to Melbourne to-day looking better ...

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  17. Enemy Losses.

    The French communique on Tuesday Evening says the Germans suffered great losses during the fighting on Monday northwest of Souchez. The French ...

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  18. The American Loan.

    In the House of Commons on Tuesday the chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. McKenna)introduced the American Loan Bill, and explained its purpose, The ...

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  19. A GIGANTIC OX.

    The large ox, sold Hyo or three weeks ago at the Burnie Agricultural Show for £120 by the Van Diemen's Land Company, who bred it, was to-day resold at the ...

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  20. Austrians Routed.

    An official Russian announcement says that the Czar's troops in eastern Galicia, in the struggles at Haivorenka. westward of Trembovla, has ...

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  21. ZEPPELIN HANGARS DESTROYED.

    The Echo do Beige states that an allied air raid was made on Ghent and Gantrode on Friday. The airmen rained bombs on German hangars, and none was left ...

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  22. TURKISH COCKSURENESS.

    The Rome correspondent of The Daily Telegraph states Urn the situation at Constantinople is disastrous. There is an absolute shortage of ammunition. The ...

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  23. ATTACK FROM THREE SIDES.

    Latest telegrams from Nish confirm the act that the Serbians are being attacked from three sides. The Bulgarians are stabbing their ally of 1912 in the back by ...

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  24. A Week of HelL

    A correspondent of The Daily Chronicle, who visited the German prisoners of war of a section of the French Military Hospital at Val de Grace, writes:—"After ...

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  25. FOE IN THE PACIFIC.

    Press reports arriving from he Dutch East Indies indicate a mysterious steamer the Maverick, whose movements have for Borne weeks been regarded with suspension ...

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  26. BIG AUSTRALIAN LOSSES.

    The Nish correspondent of The Giornale d'Italia declares that, the Australians lave lost 20,OCO men in the Battles in and around Belgrade. One brigade was ...

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  27. AUSTRIA AND ITALY.

    The Italian communique says:—"The bold attacks of the italians between the River Adige and Bretna broke through the Austrian entanglements and damaged ...

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  28. ROUMANIA ALL RIGHT.

    Reuter says the Roumanian Premier (M. Beatiano) has given Italy to understand that the co-operation of the Bucharest Government with the Entente is certain, but ...

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  29. FRENCH PREMIER'S STATEMENT.

    The French Chamber of Deputies met today. The "Premier (M. Viviani) was to make [?] important announcement Members were in a state of feverish ...

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  30. TRADE WITH AMERICA.

    Mr. McKenna, during the American Loan Bill discussion, said imports ( the United Kingdom from America had increased in the first six months of ...

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  31. RUSSIA LANDING TROOPS.

    "Our own special duty," concluded M. Viviani, "is a double one. Our chief preoccupation, that which dominates all other consideration, is the defence of our front ...

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  32. Austrian Regiment Annihilated.

    The Serbian communique declares that King Peter's troops are admirallv resisting the Austro-German onslaught. The Serbian offensive between the Rivers ...

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  33. Success in Cameroons.

    The Official Press Bureau, in on announcement concerning the fighting in the Cameroons, in West Africa, reports that flic British force, under Lieut. ...

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  34. MORE CONFIDENCE EXHIBITED.

    American financiers, in view o greatly improved outlook for the allied are considering a proposal to Agree to an additional Anglo-French credit ...

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  35. AUSTRALIAN METALS.

    His Honor Mr. Justice Evans lias given judgment in the Prize Court case in which the Grown claimed the condemnation of Australian, zinc concentrates shipped by ...

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  36. Trade After the War,

    The Australian trade section of the London Chamber of Commerce has passed a resolution urging the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New ...

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  37. GERMANS AND BELGIANS.

    A meeting appealing for systematic help for the Belgians by means of regular donations was held on Tuesday at the Mansion House. The Lord Mayor (Sir Charles ...

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  38. PRE-WAR NEGOTIATIONS.

    M. Viviani said that owing to the grave circumstances that had arisen the country was entitled to a clear statement on tho Balkan crisis. The relations, of the Balkan ...

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  39. Wounded Soldiers' Grievances.

    Stops nrc being taken to remedy the grievances regarding examination of Australian wounded soldiers before furlough is granted, also other difficulties due to the ...

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  40. Commons Reassembled.

    Members of the House of Commons crowded the Chamber to-day after a fortnight's adjournment. In the lobby the members warmly discussed the grave ...

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  41. Exhausted Enemy Forces.

    The Austro-German attack upon Serbia has already caused heavy loses in Gen. Mackensen's Army, which was withdrawn from Poland to attack the Serbs. It is ...

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  42. Australian Missing.

    Second liLieut. S. Burdekin, of the 4th Reserve Brigade of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, engaged in France, has been posted as mining He formerly resitrled ...

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  43. Submarines in Refuge.

    The Milan Carriere della Sera says that tour German submarines have gone into the chief Bulgarian port, Varna, to seek refuge from the Russian fleet. ...

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  44. A REAL BLOCKADE.

    According to the S radish newspapers there are 12 British, submarines the Baltic Sea, three of them, operating around the island of Oeland, near the Swedish ...

    Article : 88 words
  45. Advertising

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  46. Another American Note.

    The Washington authorities have forwarded a further note to Berlin, in inference to the sinking of the ship William P. Frye, which has occupied Consideration for many ...

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  47. Advertising

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  48. Babykillers in Serbia.

    German aeroplanes arc dropping bombs on Serbian towns and villages, killing civilians, women, and children, in the hope of terrorizing the people. ...

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  49. VON PAPEN IN MEXICO.

    The American State Department has decided not to ask Germany to withdraw Capt. Von Papen, the German military attache and the author of the phrase, "Those ...

    Article : 51 words
  50. BULGARIA'S PERFIDY?.

    At the moment when the Quadruple Entente had announced extensive concessions, to which Serbia had consented (continued M. Viviani), King Ferdinand of ...

    Article : 286 words
  51. German Blockade.

    The British and South American Steam Navigation. Company linear Halizones (5,093 tons) has been sunk by an enemy submarine. he crew were saved. ...

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  52. Greek Mobilization.

    Protective measures are being taken to ensure the arrival of troops and war material under the best conditions. Conveys of English and Friends troops are being ...

    Article : 113 words
  53. GREECE STILL NEUTRAL.

    The Serbian Minister at Athens (M; Balongdjitch) officially advised the Greek Premier of the opening of the Bulgarian offensive against Serbia. Zaims replied that ...

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  54. MONTENEGRINS ACTIVE.

    The Australia are exerting great pressure on the montenegrin frontier but have been repulsed with heavy loss Gravhow, on the River Drina. ...

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