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  2. BATTLE OF THE AISNE.

    Fair progress is being made by the allies in France. fierce fighting has taken place, and the Germans have losses at the hands of the British north of the Alsne. Von Bulow's armies from the north-west are now on the line between Noyon and Laon and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 413 words
  3. PRESIDENT AND KAISER.

    President Wilson has sent a cablegram to the kaiser in reply to Germany's Protest against the [?] use of dum-dum bullets by French troops. The President ...

    Article : 72 words
  4. FATE OF THE HELA.

    Graphic details have been receive of the sinking of the new German cruiser Hela. 45,000 horsepower. It appears that early on Sunday morning two or three ...

    Article : 178 words
  5. German Good Samaritan Shot.

    After a fierce fight in the Vosges. Mountains a German found a French soldier unconscious. He took him on to his shoulders and was conveying the man to the ...

    Article : 98 words
  6. AN IRISH BRIGADE.

    The Nationalist leader, Mr. John Redmond, in a manifesto addressed to the Irish people, says that he is confident that Ireland will willingly share. the burdens and ...

    Article : 326 words
  7. RECRUITS KEEN.

    If field-Marshal Lord Kitchener could have witnessed the rush for enrolment in Adelaide during the past week for the second expeditionary force, he would have ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  8. Enemy's Present Dispositions.

    Meanwhile to the west the French had got three artillery batteries and a regiment of infantry over the river, and had captured 1,500 Germans. On Thuesday the stand made ...

    Article : 198 words
  9. Aliens to Leave the Schools.

    The Department of the Minister of Education in Germany has dismissed from the schools of the [?] all teachers and ...

    Article : 41 words
  10. Brilliant aerial Scouting.

    Lieut. Oswald Watt has been promoted to a captaincy in the French Flying Corps for brilliant work performed during aerial fights. ...

    Article : 38 words
  11. The Price of Gas Reduced.

    The Attorney-General (Mr. Hall) stated this afternoon that the Government had determined to prockum the price of gas at 3/6 per 1,000 cubic it. in the ...

    Article : 82 words
  12. BASE INGRATITUDE."

    Reports of the Prime Minister of South Africa (Mr. Botha, and other Boer, leaders in the Capetown Senate and House of Assembly, have been published ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. AFIELD OF DEAD.

    Horrible stories of the carnage of the battle of the Marne are reaching Paris from visitors to the battlefields. At one spot, it is related, the Germans built a ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. ITALY AND THE ALLIES.

    The High Commissioner's cablegram dated from London, September 17, 12.30 p.m., states:—The anti-neutrality agitation is spreading in Italy. Resolutions have been ...

    Article : 276 words
  15. Gen. Joffre's Narrow Escape.

    The allies success has been largely due to gen. Joffre's clever use of the French railway, which [?] the allies to concentrate their huge forces of reserves and ...

    Article : 119 words
  16. Potsdam Before Christina"

    Close upon 4,000 officers and men, comprising the 1st Infantry Brigade of the New South. Wales Contingent of the expeditionary force, underwent a searching ...

    Article : 128 words
  17. KAISER AS BULLY.

    The following message from Mr. Winston [?] (First Lord of the Admiralty) was sent to a great recruiting meeting that was being held at [?] on Tuesday ...

    Article : 95 words
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    Advertising : 79 words
  19. BATTLE OF THE AISNE.

    The hottest fighting took place around Soissons. which lies across the Paris to Laon road, in a cup formed between two ranges of hills, of which northern are ...

    Article : 244 words
  20. Prize Steamers Moving.

    Orders to allow three more of the German steamers now lying in Port Philip to proceed to other ports to discharge cargo after unloading at Melbourne. Were made ...

    Article : 98 words
  21. A story from Paris.

    Sr. Paulliat, who has been in the fighting, relstes that the German troops while [?] Lourches, were systematically drunk. A French [?] who was lying ...

    Article : 214 words
  22. WHO CAUSED THE WAR?

    An interesting White Paper has just been issued in reference to the rupture between Austria and Servia. Included in its contents is a copy of the despatch ...

    Article : 155 words
  23. Tribute to Great Britain.

    In the course of a speech at a [?] of the Millions Club to-day, the Consul General for Japan (Mr. K. Shimizu) said:—"The present time to all lovers of peace ...

    Article : 195 words
  24. VIENNA A HOSPITAL.

    Reports from the Austrian capital state that 60,000 wounded soldiers have reached Vienna from the fields of war in Galicia, and in connection with the operations ...

    Article : 60 words
  25. British Treasury Bills.

    Treasury Bills to the value of £47,000,000 have been tendered for; those with a currency of six months at an average of £2 18/6, and those for 12 months at an average of £3 8/3. ...

    Article : 44 words
  26. Fire-spreading Machines.

    The Belgian authorities, it is stated, have [?] machines which had been used by the Germans at Termode for spraying with kerosine through broken windows the ...

    Article : 76 words
  27. A Belgian Prisoner.

    Among the German prisoners captured by the Belgians is Commandant Meune, head of the landsturm, Who were chiefly responsible for the destruction of Louvain. ...

    Article : 49 words
  28. Royal; Engineers' Bravery.

    M. Bossier, the lyrical artist of the Comedie Francaise, who is a private of cuirassiers, has been wounded. He relates that the curirassiers and the British ...

    Article : 199 words
  29. Italian Reservists Summoned.

    The Paris correspondent of the Daily Telegraph states that the Italian reservists ...

    Article : 28 words
  30. Alleged Slav Deserters.

    It is reported in the Greek capital that two Austrian Slav regiments deserted to the Servian armies and helped the latter to capture [?] while the Austrians were ...

    Article : 41 words
  31. The Barrier.

    The British Mine and the Zinc Corporation have officially announced that they have ceased work indefinitely, but hope for an early resumption. The Central Mine ...

    Article : 199 words
  32. How Lost Guns Were Regained.

    The British to the northern bank at several places on Sunday, but the German guns got the range, and forced them to withdraw during the following day. On ...

    Article : 183 words
  33. German Aeroplane Brought Down.

    Belgian patrols have shot down German aeroplane near Rochefort. The two occupants of the machine were killed. ...

    Article : 26 words
  34. GERMAN BEET SUGAR.

    In the House of.Commons to-day Mr. A. McCallum Scott (Liberal member for the Bridgetown Division of. Glasgow) asked whether Germany was endeavouring ...

    Article : 105 words
  35. SOUTH AFRICA'S PART.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Botha), speaking in the Senate to-day, announced that the Government of South Africa had decided to accede to the request of the ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. THE BELGIAN MISSION.

    The President of the United States (Dr. woodrow Wilson), in receiving the Belgian [?] of protest against the German atrocities in their country, which asked ...

    Article : 155 words
  37. Call for Extra Cultivation.

    After consulting representatives of Western Canada, the Canadian Minister of Agriculture has urged the farmers to increase their acreage under wheat for the ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. May She Get It!

    The indemnities which Germany has claimed from the towns in Belgium and ...

    Article : 28 words
  39. Britain's New Army.

    The fourth new British Army of half a million men is nearing completion. London has contribated mere than 70,000 recruits. Lord Kitchener has accepted Geylon's ...

    Article : 43 words
  40. LIGHT HORS FUND.

    The following additional amounts have been received:—Mrs. H. C. Cave, £10 10/; Mrs. Tom [?] £1; Mrs. Beatrice and Andine. O'[?] 5/ Owing to the generous response to the ...

    Article : 64 words
  41. New Zealander Wounded.

    Mjr. Maidlow (recently of New Zealand) has been gazetted as having been [?] ...

    Article : 16 words
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