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  2. GLORIOUS BELGIUM'S RESTORATION

    The British forces to-day crossed the field of Waterloo in their advance into Germany. Gen. Haig. reporting on Thursday states ...

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  3. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Mr. Lloyd George and Mr Bonar Law have issued a joint election manifesto. In it they state:—The Coalition Government ha& accomplished the gravest portion of the ...

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  4. TRAFALGAR OVERSHADOWED

    "Der Tag" has proved very different to the expectations of de German naval authorities four years ago, but it is the climax of all history of sea "warfare. The ...

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  5. ANZACS HOMECOMING.

    Notwithstanding that no tramcars or trains were running on Sunday morning, there was a large crowd at the Adelaide Railway Station to welcome home about ...

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  6. WITHOUT PARALLEL.

    The Allied Fleet participating in the surrender consisted of over a thousand vessels. Several Australian military officers were on board the NeW Zealand, while ...

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  7. INSIDE GERMANY.

    The Zurich correspondent of The Daily News, who was the first English journalist to cross the Swiss frontier into Bavaria sines the armistice was signed. ...

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  8. TRIUMPHANT BELGIUM

    The celebrated war correspondent, Mr. Pillip Gibbs, met with a motor accident near Waterloo, and could not witness King Albert's triumphant entry into Brussels. ...

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  9. ANXIOUS ABOUT HELIGOLAND.

    The Germans were desperately anxious to get their ships away from their porte on November 18, and prevent any untoward incident which would justify, the Allies in ...

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  10. EAGLE HAULED DOWN.

    The Australian Press Association's correspondent witnessed the surrender from tie battle cruiser Australia, the flagship of the second battle cruiser squadron. which ...

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  11. COMMONS PROROGUED.

    The House of Commons has been prorogued until December 13. The Speaker read the Kind's prorogation speech, in I which His Majesty said:—The occasion ...

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  12. PEACE AT THE HAGUE.

    It ia expected that the final peace negotiations will be conducted at "The Hague, cud that the preliminary sittings will be held at Versailles. ...

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  13. PEOPLE ORDERLY AND GAY.

    "The Foreign end Finance Ministries have assured me that there is little danger of Bolshevism in Bavaria, and my own impressions support that view. Despite ...

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  14. President to King.

    President Wilson sent this message to Kins Albert:—"At the moment you reenter Brussels at the head of a victorious army, may I express the great joy it gives ...

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  15. SEVERAL CABINET RESIGNATIONS.

    Lord Robert Cecil, Minister of Blockade, has resigned from the Cabinet over the Welsh Church disestablishment question. ...

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  16. WILHELM'S DREAMS.

    The correspondent of The Daily Chronicle at Amsterdam fays a great consignment of money has arrived" in Holland for the ex-Kaiser. It consists of 200 sacks each ...

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  17. MONEY AND MACHINERY.

    The United States Government has granted Belgium a new loan of £1,120,000. LONDON, November 22. It is announced that Lancashire spinners ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. TORRENS ISLAND INTERNEES.

    Among the repatriated soldiers ere Sgts. Stewart and O'Shea (20th Battalion), and Cpl. E. T. Dyke and A. Bowen. The latter states that while in & prison camp at ...

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  19. TROOPSHIP BARAMBA.

    Mr. Gregory, the Federal member for Dampier (Western Australia), made a most damaging allegation on Saturday against those responsible for the cleanliness of the ...

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  20. NO SCHOOL HOLIDAY.

    It was officially announced on Saturday that there will not be a holiday for school children on Monday in connection with the procession of returned Anzacs. ...

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  21. AT MURRAY BRIDGE.

    MURRAY BRIDGE, November 24.—The railway platform was crowded on the arrival of the Anzacs at 5.30 this morning. Cheer-up girls distributed chocolates and ...

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  22. Princes and Property.

    Tho Workers and Soldiers' Council at Benlin ias passed a resolution that all big estates and industrial concerns must be declared national property. The German ...

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  23. HUN FLAG HAULED DOWN.

    Admiral Beatty, after the German fleet had moored, signalled:—"The German flax is to be hauled down at 3.57 to-day, and not to be hoisted again without ...

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  24. LADY CANDIDATE FOR BATTERSEA.

    Mrs. Despard, who is Lord French's sister, will contest Battersea (Mr. John Burns's old seat), in the Labour interests. ...

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  25. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MELBOURNE MEETING.

    Melbourne gave a warm welcome to Che Victorian and Tasmanian Anzacs on Saturday. The Governal-General, accompanied by Lady Helan Muntro Ferguson boarded ...

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  26. Ex-Kaiser Ill.

    M. Clemenceau is investigating whether it is possible to claim the ex-Kaiser's extraditions under international law. The late Emperor is in bed suffering from influenza. ...

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  27. New Zealand's Warriors.

    The New Zealand military authorities have arranged for six large steamers to leave for New Zealand before Christmas carrying wounded men. Demobilization ...

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  28. Cost of Surrendered Ships.

    It is estimated that the stupe surrendered cost considerably over £60,000,000 sterling. The German Navy new has the status of that of a fifth rate power. ...

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  29. FOE LADIES ONLY

    Count Leo, Tolstoy's "Resurrection" dealt with Katueha, a young woman of Russia, betrayed by a prince, and later forced to pay the penalty for his wrong ...

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  30. LION IN THE LEAD.

    The Daily Telegraph's correspondent on board H.M.S. Lion, says:—"The units of the German Fleet handed over to-day included the battleships and battle cruisers ...

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  31. Herr Ballin's Suicide.

    The Amsterdam representative of The Daily Express states that the suicide of Herr Ballin (director of the Ham-bure-Amerika Shipping Line) was the ...

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  32. THRILLING INCIDENT AT SEA.

    Retaining Anzacs lad a narrow escape from being torpedoed in the Mediterranean, 200 miles out of part. A torpedo was fired, but it missed its mark. The U-boat ...

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  33. Disarmament of Others.

    Admiral Beatty has sent Admiral Montague Browning to Germany to supervise the disarming of tie remainder of the flect. ...

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  34. But For the Navy.

    The Board of the Admiralty lias issued a message congratulating the others and men of the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines on "the completion of your great ...

    Article : 223 words
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  36. AUSTRALIA'S DEBT TO HEROES.

    Early in September 800 men left France for six months furlough in order to visit their homes. Some of these have already arrived in Australia: movements are afoot ...

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  37. More U-boats.

    Nineteen more German submarines surrendered at Harwich to-day. One broke down on the voyage to England. The battleship Heligoland, which was ...

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  38. RACIAL TREATMENT.

    The Tokio correspondent of the United Press Agency states that the Japanese press is declaring that Japan and China should bring up the face question at the ...

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  39. "HANGED IF I LIKE IT."

    The whole affair was devoid of ceremonial. There was no saluting, but a total absence of the customary courtesies of the sea. There ...

    Article : 255 words
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