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  2. AUSTRALIAN DIVISION COMMANDER.

    The Secretary for Defence (Mr Trumble) announced to-day that Brigadier Gen. E. G. Sinclair Maclagac, C.B., D.S.O., had been appointed commander of an ...

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  3. GERMAN INTERNAL CRISIS.

    The situation in Germany is described as a sort of political civil war, but a war with too many leaders, and one in which the fighters do not know who are their ...

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  4. THE WAR SITUATION.

    A resolution will be submitted to the R[?]chstag to-marrow, on behalf of a majority of the members, discountenancing the war policy of annexations and ...

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  5. FINE RUSSIAN PROGRESS.

    Gen. Sir Douglas Haig reported in his Monday morning bulletin.—We repulsed raids north-west of Fontaine les Croiselles, also near to Armentieres. We made a ...

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  6. SUBMARININGS.

    A report from a German source admits that the warships convoying the first American troops to France destroyed four of the largest and latest submarines in the ...

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  7. GERMAN PEACE TERMS.

    The Reichstag majority has prepared a peace motion, which expresses a desire for the lasting reconciliation of all peoples without territoris ...

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  8. RAPID RUSSIAN ADVANCE

    The Russian advance guard has occupied Dolins, about 25 miles west of Stanistau, in Galicia. The Australian had previously evacuated the town. ...

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  9. American Steamer Gone.

    The State Department announces that the American steamer Grace has been torpedoed Three penions were killed. ...

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  10. CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.

    A resolution asking the imperial Parliament to extend the life of the Canadian Parliament until October, 1918, has been introduced into the House by the Premier ...

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  11. British Aerial Raid.

    The Admiralty reports that naval aeroplanes on Monday night dropped several [?]ons of bombs on German stations in various parts of Belgium, including the ...

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  12. CAUTIOUS FRENCH VIEW.

    The Paris corespondent of The Daily Telegraph says:—While it is apparent that there "something rotten in the state of" Germany, no one who closely considers the ...

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  13. IMPRISONED I.W.W. MEN.

    Mr. E. A. Sinclair (Hon. Secretary, [?] the Defence and Release Committee in connection with the 12 I.W.W. mea convicte [?]t Sydney) has issued the following [?] ...

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  14. 36,000 PRISONERS IN FORTNIGHT.

    A wireless Russian official massage States:—We captured in Sunday's battle 16 officers and 900 Austro-German soldiers, and a number of machine guns. The ...

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  15. MILITARY HEADS INTERVENED

    The Berlin Tagebtatt states that Gen. Hindenburg and Gen. Laden dorff[?] received the party leaders separately, and explained the militars ...

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  16. British Pood Control.

    During the debate in the committee stage of the Finance Bill in the House of Commons on Monday, Mr. T. Lough (Liberal, West Islington) moved an amendment to ...

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  17. "Speeding-up" Aeroplanes.

    Reports from Lake Constance agree that the Germans have abandoned the construction of Zeppelins, and have diverted thousand of workmen to the building of ...

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  18. NEW RUSSIAN ARTILLERY.

    [?]ungarian papers state that the hen Russian artillery in Galicia is more power ful than any hitherto used by the Russians who are employing a new kind of ...

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  19. AUSTRIA AND BAVARIA AFFRONTED.

    The Amsterdam correspondent of The New York World says:—Another crisis is impending in Germany, owing to the affront offered to Austria-Hungary and the ...

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  20. KAISER'S "LAST CHANCELLOR."

    Newspapers published at the Ita[?]an capital, commenting on the German crisis consider that the peace question remains unchanged. The Tribuna says it is quite ...

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  21. Canadians' Gas Attacks.

    Canadian headquarters in France report that in reprisal for a gas attack on Lens on Monday morning, projectiles and drums loaded with deadly vapours were s[?]raved ...

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  22. GALLANT BRITONS IN GALICIA.

    The petrograd correspondent of The Morning Post telegraphs that the Russians warmly praise the gallantry of a British armoured car detachment, which assisted ...

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  23. Kaiser Will Offer Peace.

    Reports from Berne (Switzerland) state that there is a widespread belief in Germany that the Kaiser, after conferring with the German monarchs, will shortly ...

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  24. HollWeg the Scapegoat.

    French, newspapers point out that the peace formula is hypocritical. The authors know that the invaded countries have unassailable nights of reparation. The ...

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  25. Ground Won Back.

    The French communique on Monday night says.—In the Champagne area the fighting which began during the night at High Mount ended in the complete defeat ...

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  26. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    In COUNCIL—The President (Sir Lancelot Stirting) took the Chair at 2 p.m.—Mction by Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. J. G. Bice) to adjourn for ...

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  27. Labour and the War.

    It is understood that the Royal Commission, on Industrial Unrest is about to issue its report, and that it will state as the chief cause of the trouble the high cost of ...

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  28. INTERSTATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The New South Wales State Parliament was officially reopened by the Lieutenant Governor (Sir William Cullen Chief Justice to-day. In his Speech. His Excel ...

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  29. Bernard Shaw on Air Raids.

    The London correspondent of The Tribune has interviewed Mr. Bernard Shaw regarding the air raid. The famous author advocated the bombardment of German ...

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  30. Reduced Meat Consumption.

    The annual consumption of meat in Germany is 26 ib. a head, against 100 ib. before the war. ...

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  31. "GERMANS FIRST."

    The Morning Post says:—"German Socialists before the war frankly told Mr. J. Ramsay Macdonald, M.P., and other Socialist comrades that the German Army ...

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  32. Suspicious and Devastating Fire.

    A fire has destroyed a large warehouse at Trondhjem, containing British goods intended for Russia. The customs house with adjacent stores containing Norwegian ...

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  33. Way to Lemberg Opened.

    A message from Petrograd states that Gen. Korniloff ascertained that the Aus-tro-German General Staff plan for the defence of Lemberg included a series of well ...

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  34. Will the Kaiser Retire?

    The Washington correspondent of The New York Times says he has been afforded access to semi-official documents which indicate that the German Crown Prince has ...

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  35. GENERAL CABLES.

    Several overseas representatives, including the Commonwealth High Commissioner .(Mr. Fisher), will attend today's meeting of the Privy Council. Tie sitting is likely ...

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  36. Kaiser to Hollweg.

    A wireless message from Berlin states that the Kaiser, in an autograph letter to Dr. Hollweg, said:—With a heavy heart I resolved to accede to your request to be ...

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  37. The Call for Men.

    The State Recruiting Committee writes:—The recent speech by the Minister for the Navy (Hon. Joseph Cook) leaves no doubt whatever that the Federal Government ...

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  38. War Exiles Returning.

    By the end of October it is estimated that 300,000 French civilians, evicted by the Germane from the enemy occupied parts of France, will have traversed ...

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  39. Incidents of the War.

    A courtmartial has dismissed from the service Lieut. Harold Western, of a Australian battalion of Australian Infantry. ...

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  40. Against the Turks.

    A Russian wireless message states:—We beat off three Turkish attacks south-west- ward of Gumish Khaneh. We stopped a Turkish advance in the direction of ...

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  41. AMERICA AND THE WAR.

    The State Department has been informed that German gold to the extent of millions of pounds js being used for propaganda purposes in the United States. It is ...

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  42. MR. REDMOND'S POSITION.

    The Irish Nationalist Leader (Mr. Redmond) visited the House of Commons on Monday. He did not enter the Chamber, but conferred with Mr. John Dillon and ...

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  43. "Little Willie" Aping the Kaiser.

    The Hague representative of The New York Times saye that The Leipzig Zeitung in an interview with the German Crown Prince on submarinie warfare quotes the ...

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  44. Army of Spies for Russia.

    The correspondent of the United Press Agency at Petrograd says that the Russian Intelligence Department has learned that the [?] ...

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  45. Dernburg, Democrat?

    Dr. Dernburg (formerly German Colonial Secretary), speaking in Schleswig-Ho'stein, discussed the competency of the Reichstag to make peace. He pointed out that ...

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  46. PURCHASE OF SCEPTRE.

    Sir W. Tatem has purchased the racehorse Sceptre for 2,500 gs. at an auction sale at Newmarket. The horse was sold to benefit the Red Cross along with 11 ...

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  47. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon the Home Secretary (Mr. Huxham) notified his intention to introduce legistation dealing with the better tra[?] of ...

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  48. AMERICAN FOOD CONTROL.

    A United States Parliamentary commission will investigate assertions by Congressmen that London prices for certain foodstuffs and necessaries ore only one ...

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  49. OLL-AGE PENSIONS.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Bonar Law) announced in the Commons to-day that the Government will allow old-age pensionsers an additional 2/6 a week. ...

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  50. German Pillage at St. Quentin.

    The German Government is shedding crocodile tears over "tie heartrending destruction of St.Quentin by the French [?] and has announced that the ...

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  51. The ex-Czar Reviled.

    The Petrograd correspondent of The New York Herald says that M. Vladimir Bourtseff, a famous Russian Revolutionary cader, who was banished from the ...

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  52. To Maintain "Expectant Restraint."

    The new German Chancellor, when interviewed, said:—"My mission wil be to restore and develop German unity both inwardly and outwardly." This is ...

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  53. Erzberger's Career.

    The Amsterdam correspondent of The Daily Chronicle says:—Herr Erzberger, the representative of the Catholic Party in the Reichstag, who set the German ...

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  54. RAILWAYMEN AND PRIVY COUNCIL.

    Au[?] of the railwaymen have protected against Mr. T. H. Thomas, M.P. (Organizing Secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants) ac[?] ...

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  55. American Loans to Allies.

    It is believed that before the, adjournment, Congress will be asked to sanction another gigantic loan to the Allies. The sum may be £600,000,000 or possibly more. ...

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  56. Industrial Disputes.

    The Minister for Labour is urging the establishment of conciliatory boards to settle the prevailing industrial dispute. All of the restaurants in Pet[?] ...

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  57. RUMOURS OF MINISTERIAL CHANGES.

    There is much speculation on rumours of impending Ministerial changes. The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) had an audience with the King on Monday, and an ...

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  58. UNITED STATES CONSCRIPTS.

    Everything is ready for the lottery whereby the first draft of American conscripts will be chosen. It is expected that the drawing will be held at the end of this ...

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  59. MAJOR E. T. DEAN HONOURED.

    News has been received that Major Edwin Theyer Dean, son of Col, George Dean, has been, awarded the Distinguished Service Order. He gained de coveted ...

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  60. English Dragon Overlooked.

    The Rhine Westphatian Zeitung, in a virulent attack on the ex-Chancellor, says: —"Had Dr. Hollweg known the English dragon was lying in wait, he would have ...

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  61. King George Among Strange Weapons.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, continuing his description of King George's vist to France, reports that His Majesty inspected the Portuguese Corps, chatted with the ...

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  62. NEW GERMAN MAP.

    There is considerable pe[?]turbation in Holland on account of the fact that Germany is claiming the whole of the mouth of the River Ems as included within her borders. ...

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  63. ENLISTMENTS.

    Victoria.—Offered, 33; accepted, 14. ...

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  64. Italians Active.

    A wireless Italian official message states:—We took 275 prisoners in a successful raid south-east of Hill 247, on the Jamiano front. ...

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  65. No Separate Arm.

    Replying to a proposal to establish a new Air Ministry with, the view of creating a fighting arm apart from the army as a decisive factor in the war, Mr. Bonar Law ...

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  66. ATTESTED ON TUESDAY.

    Following are the names of the men who attested at Adelaide on Tuesday:— L. J. MANDERS, farmer; N. L. HEARD, packer; T.BROWN, motor driver; H. F. ...

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  67. Turkish Cabinet Resigned.

    The Turkish Cabinet has resigned. The influence of Gen. Enver Pasha (Ottoman ex-Minister of War) is steadily waring among the Young Turk Party. Hakki ...

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  68. COMMONWEALTH TO BUILD SILOS.

    There has bean some speculation as to where the money for the construction of wheat silos in the various States was to come from. It was learned authoritatively ...

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  69. General Items.

    At the annual meeting of the above branch of the Red Cross Society last Tuesday evening, Mr. S. B. Hunt gave an enjoyable recital, "Mrs. Wines and her patch." The sum of ...

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  70. AUSTRALIAN ENLISTMENTS INCREASED.

    An official return made available to-day shows that the enlistments in the Australian Imperial Force last week numbered [?] compared with 868 for the previous ...

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  71. GERMAN WAR "BREAD."

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  72. ZULUS AND CHINESE.

    Mr. Gibbs describes another picturesque episode, in the review of the great body of South African natives acting as labour battalions. THe Zntis and Basutos were ...

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  73. Advertising

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  74. Advertising

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  75. OTTOMAN MINISTERS' QUARREL.

    The crisis at Constantinople originated in a violent quarrel between the ex-Premier (Talaat Pasha) and the ex-Minister of War (Gen. Enver Pasha) over the ...

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  76. SOUTH-EASTERN ENLISTMENTS.

    MOUNT GABBIER, July 15.—For the six month ended June 30 there were 49 enlistments at Mount Gambier, and the some number at Narracoorie Sixteen others applied and were not accepted. ...

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  77. Greece Soon to Fight.

    The State Department at Washington has been informed that Greece is now a full belligerent, and will lose no time in mobilizing her resources and joining the ...

    Article : 29 words
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