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  2. SMALLPOX NEAR DUBBO.

    The Board of Health has been informed that since Thursday 14 cases of smallpox have been admitted to the hospital at Warren, near Dubbo. Several of the ...

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  3. WESTERN FRONT.

    Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig has reported that on Friday night a Portuguese unit on the western front killed or captured the whole of a German patrol ...

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  4. THE WAR SITUATION.

    The Germans have angrily abandoned the hope, which was diligently fostered by the Imperial Chancellor, that Russia had ceased [?], and was ready to conclude ...

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  5. FRENCH SHIPPING.

    The Under Secretary for the Navy in the French Government has announced that France had a mercantile shipping tonnage of 2,500,000 before the war. The losses to ...

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  6. THE GREEK CRISIS.

    Mr. Ward Price states that the Allied Occupation of Thessaly has been completed without the slightest sign of hostility. The irreconcilable [?] of a week ago have ...

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  7. The Stockholm Conference.

    Sixteen Russian delegates are arriving to conclude arrangements for the international conference on June 28. COPENHAGEN, June 22. ...

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  8. IMPROVED RUSSIAN OUTLOOK.

    The Russian Commander-in-Chief (Gen Brussiloff) has reported that a gratifying improvement in the morale of the Russian Army has occurred during the past ...

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  9. Germans and Swiss.

    The Cologne Zeitung, commenting upon the anti-German demonstrations at Geneva, says Germany must never forget that expression, of hatred against her, the ...

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  10. HUNGARY AND PEACE.

    Count Esterhazy has pledged his new Hungarian Cabinet to suffrage reform and that Hungary will remain faithful to her £ allies. He says:—"The military situation is ...

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  11. Canada and Conscription.

    Mr. Graham, who is leading the Liberals, has announced his support of conscription in view of the urgency of the Empire's military needs. ...

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  12. CIVILIANS LEAVING FLANDERS.

    Reports from the frontier declare that the evacuation of western Flanders by the civilian population continues. Two thousand inhabitants of the coastal region ...

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  13. Even the Kaiser Bell.

    The great Kaiser bell, weighing 27 tons 3 cwt., which was cast from 22 French guns captured in 1870, has fallen a victim to the metal-collection needs of Germany. ...

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  14. Intense Heat in Germany.

    A remarkable heat wave is being experienced throughout Germany. It has already lasted three weeks. School have been closed at Berlin on that account, and ...

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  15. GERMANS AND NEW RUSSIA.

    It is reported from Berlin that the German majority Socialists were invited to take part in a peace congress in Russia. The Germans replied expressing the wish ...

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  16. DEVIL AND DEEP SEA.

    The Amsterdam correspondent of The Daily Chronicle says he has learned the secret history of the fall of Count Tisza. Although the Count took a notable part ...

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  17. Belgium Divided.

    The Germans have completed the division of Belgium on racial lines into Flemish and Walloon provinces. They have appointed an administrator for the Flemish territory ...

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  18. Australians and the War.

    Sir Charles Lucas presided over the luncheon tendered by the Royal Colonial Institute to the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Holman) at the Savoy Hotel. ...

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  19. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES.

    Referring to the statements from the Treasurers of New South Wales and Queensland regarding the new financial agreement between the Commonwealth and ...

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  20. Kaiser on "Preparedness."

    The Kaiser, in a recent speech to the Prussian Guards, said:—"For many long years did we work on the exercise grounds at Kreuzberg and Doberitz in order to ...

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  21. NO PREMATURE PEACE.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) has received a telegram, stating that at a meeting of the "National" Labour Party held in Perth, the following motion was ...

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  22. M. ZAIMIS TO RETIRE.

    It is expected that the Greek Royalist Premier (M. Zaimis) will resign within a week, and that M. Venezelos will then control the Government. ...

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  23. Successful British Raids.

    The British Commander-in-Chief (Gen. Haig) reported on Friday afternoon that successful raids lad been conducted southeast of Queant, and also in the ...

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  24. Further Greek Schemes.

    The Athena correspondent of The Daily Telegraph states that though the principal culprits have been removed, many branches ol the public administration of Greece are ...

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  25. New Black Sea Admiral.

    Admiral Dukin has been appointed Admiral-in-Chief of the Russian Black Sea Fleet replacing Admiral Koltehak, who recently complained of want of discipline ...

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  26. Brazil and Germany.

    The Brazilian Note to the United State notifying the revoeation by Brazil of its neutrality agreement with Germany seated that Brazil "no longer could stand ...

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  27. Explosion Fatalities.

    A tremendous explosion occurred on Saturday at a German trench montar factory at Bloeweg. There hundred persons are reported killed and missing, and 625 ...

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  28. Value of Mob Opinion.

    The Athens correspondent of The Daily Telegraph states that M. Gounaris, M. Donsmanis, and Gen. Metaxis, and their fellow-exiles embarked at Pireus amid the ...

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  29. The French Stand Firm.

    The French Friday afternoon communique states: - "The artillery struggle has been continued east of Vauxaillon, and extended during the night to the region south of ...

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  30. Torpedo Planes Advocated.

    President Wilson, in a letter to the United States Secretary for War (Mr. Baker), says he is entirely willing to give his support to an air fleet construction and ...

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  31. Food for Navy.

    A strong deputation of workers of the National War Emergency Committee representing all sections of the trade unions movement, has recommended the Food ...

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  32. State of Anarchy.

    Anarchists at Petrograd on Friday seized Gen. Dournovo's house. Thousands assembled, many being armed with rifles, They included naval revolutionary delegates ...

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  33. Polish Demands.

    The latest news from Austria is to the effect that Count Clam Martinies is negotiating to form a Provisional Government, with a view to pass a provisional Budget. ...

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  34. Constantine Disillusioned.

    M. Venezelos has thanked the High Commissioner of the Protecting Powers (M Jonnart) for his clear-sighted vision and fomness in relation to matters ...

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  35. A MINISTER ARRESTED.

    The Rev. S. D. Yarringtoa, who has been delivering lectures in Kalgoorlie and Boul[?], was arrested on Saturday on a charge of having obtained goods to the value of ...

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  36. WHEAT AND SHIPPING.

    The problem of slipping and wheat storage were [?] with by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) in a statement male upon his [?] in Svdney to-day ...

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  37. Caucasian Fighting.

    A wireless Russian official message says:—In the region of Rayatsk we forced back the Turks on the right bank for two miles. We advanced as far as Abishir in ...

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  38. CONDITIONS MIXED.

    Court Clam Martinies relinquished his efforts to form a new Austrian Cabinet, as negotiations with other party leaders failed. ...

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  39. Missions to America.

    Mr. T. P O'Connor, M.P. and Mr. R. Hazleton (National member for North Galway in the British House of Commons), arrived recently on a mission in behalf of ...

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  40. A TASMANLAN BY ELECTION.

    An election for Denison to fill the vacancy in the House of Assembly caused by the death of Mr. Burgess (Liberal) was held Saturday. At the first count the ...

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  41. THE GALICIAN FRONT.

    A wireless German official message on Saturday afternoon admited increased fighting on the part of the Russians upon the Vollynia front, between the Lemberg ...

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  42. ITALY AND AUSTRIA.

    Mr. Pereval Gibbon states that the latest Italian attack on the western end of the Asiago Plateau aims at the driving out of the Austrians who are commanding ...

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  43. Liberty War Loan.

    Official announcement state that the subscriptions to the American Liberty Loan (originally fixed at £400,000,000) total £6,070,000. Of this amount 90 per cent. ...

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  44. A Balkans Way Out.

    Mr. E. Ashmead Bartlett, the well-known war correspondent, in an article in The Sunday Times proposes that the Allies shall immediately make terms with ...

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  45. Cotton Trade Troubles.

    Ifc is expected that the Liverpool Cotton Exchange will be reopened with restrictions on Monday. The Government, with our taking over the control, will probably ...

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  46. Oil to be Commandeered.

    The United States Secretary of the Navy (Mr. Daniels) told the Senate Public Lands Committee that the oil situation was most serious. "With 200 oil-fuel driven ships ...

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  47. TURKISH DEFEAT.

    A wireless Russian official message says:—Our detachments attacked a position west of Kalkit, and bayoneted tie Turkish defenders. Only a few escaped. We ...

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  48. Incidents of the War.

    The Edward Medal, established 10 years ago, to be awarded to those who in course of industrial employment endanger their town lives on endeavouring to save others, ...

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  49. Atmospheric Nitrogen.

    A large factory is being erected in England for obtaining nitrogen from the atmosphere by a new process. Germany largely supplies her explosives from a similar ...

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  50. AMERICAN MISSION TN PERIL.

    Advices from Petrograd state that millions of dollars' wort of supplies have been lost at the Siberian port of Vladi vostock owing to the recent ...

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  51. British Food Control.

    The newspapers are clamouring that the Food Controller (Lord Rhondda) should put a stop to the profiteering in the meat output. New Zealand lamb, according to ...

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  52. Guns Against Strikers.

    Workmen at Stettin, the nearest naval port to Berlin, provoked by famine, recently went on strike and revolted. The authorities, however. subdued ...

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  53. Aucklander's Victoria Cross.

    Lieut.-Commander Sanders, of the Royal Naval Reserve, has been awarded the victoria Cross. The story of the deed for which it is given is at present withheld. ...

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  54. Italy Short of Coal.

    Dr. Butler, President of the Columbia University, welcoming the Italian mission to America, said the United States should insist upon such annexations as the ...

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  55. No Separate Peace.

    Professor Bakhmetieff the special Russian Ambassador to the United States, and head of the Russian Mission, has stated that the revolution achievements are being ...

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  56. ASSURING THE CROPS.

    The Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Prothero), addressing a meeting at Exeter, said the Government would shortly establish depots throughout the country to ...

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  57. American Line in France.

    The American Expeditionary Force in France Trill probably be allotted four miles of trench between the British and French sectors on the western front. The French ...

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  58. GERMAN MEAT RATION.

    The food rioters at Stettin marched through the streets of the town smashing shop windows and stealing foodstuffs. German newspapers announce the ...

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  59. Cologne in Panic.

    A panic is reported to have occurred at the North German City of Vologne, consequent on a report that 100 British aeroplanes were craning to bombs the district in ...

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  60. Royalty or Republic?

    The Colonial Secretary (Mr. Long), speaking at the annual meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association, made a remarkable reference to the movement ...

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  61. WORKMEN BAYONETED.

    Strike note have occurred at the chemical factories at Chippis, near the Swiss frontier, where Germany is obtaining her saltpetre for ammunition making. The ...

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  62. OFFICERS' REAPPOINTMENT.

    Applications have been received by the defence authorities from a number of officers who have been invalided back to Australia, but who have subsequently ...

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  63. Workers for France.

    The Paris correspondent of The London Observer says:—The intervention of the United States in the conflict, and the fact of the Russian inactivity, threaten to ...

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  64. BIG EXPORTS TO NEUTRALS.

    It is believed that the opposition to the Food Bill in the American Senate has so weakened that it will not long delay the passage of the measure. Official figures ...

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  65. How Neutral Italy Helped.

    Sir J. Marconi, speaking at a dinner tonight, disclosed a bit of hitherto secret history in reference to Italy. On August 2, 1914. he said Italy had decided upon ...

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  66. Prisoners in Firing Line.

    The Petit Journal contradicts the German statement that prisoners are no longer employed in the firing zone. It states that a British prisoner just escaped ...

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  67. Reform After the War.

    Lord Haldane, speaking in Surrey, said the war had profoundly reformed society in Great Britain and throughout the world generally. Thrones had been shaken, ...

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  68. GERMANY ABANDONED HOPE.

    The collapse of the Hoffmann-Grimm intrigue has resulted in the abandonment in Germany of all hope of a separate peace with the Russian Government. ...

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  69. Anglo-Japanese Friendship.

    The Japanese Premier (Marshal Teranchi) has contributed an article to The Bi-Lingual Review a magazine, with the aim of improving the relations between ...

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  70. Submarinings.

    Ten members of the crew of the [?] Norwegian steamer Cederie, have been lescued, but 13 are missing. The Norwegian steamer Latefos ...

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  71. Large Austrian Losses.

    An Italian communique says:—"The enemy concentrated a brisk fire on our new position upon Mount Ortigara, in the Asiago region. We replied effectively. We ...

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  72. WAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN.

    It is intended to appoint a central committee to control the campaign for popularizing the war savings certificates. The Federal Treasurer (Sir John Forrest) ...

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  73. BURNS AND SCALDS.

    Burns and Scalds require immediate treatment, otherwise the pain is much intensified, and healing is delayed. Rexona is doubly useful in such cases. Firstly, ...

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  74. Advertising

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  75. Railway Conference.

    The Railwaymen's Conference has passed a resolution that labour should be adequately represented at the peace negotiations. ...

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  76. Advertising

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  77. Plotter from the Vatican.

    A courtmartial at Rome has convicted sis persons on charges of treason. Monsignor Gerlach (an official of the Vatican) and Signor Valente (a journalist) were each ...

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  78. MISSION TO JAPAN.

    The Washington correspondent of The New York Times says that Sr. Elihu Root's mission to Russia will probably also visit Japan. ...

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  79. Advertising

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