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  4. FORGING AHEAD.

    "Herewith please receive our subscriptions to "The Mail for a year." wrote several prominent Adelaide business men this week. "We must congratulate you. ...

    Article : 403 words
  5. MAIDOS HEIGHTS TAKEN.

    The "Times" correspandent at Mitylene repocts that the Allies, after successive[?] captured and occupied the heighst dommating Maidos. Fierce fighting still ...

    Article : 251 words
  6. FRENCH ATTACKS.

    The Germans are exerting their principal efforts against the French troops at Hebuterne. The French offensive is causing the greatest consternation to the ...

    Article : 441 words
  7. THE WAR OUTLOOK. IS IT SATISFACTORY? THE EMPIRE'S URGENT NEED. MEN, MUNITIONS, AND BACKBONE.

    The public has not lost its optimism, but it is evident from luncheon table [?] and the utterances made by travellers on train and tr[?]m that the man in the street ...

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  8. AMERICA AND GERMANY

    The latest American Note to Germany is couched in friendlier terms than was generally expected. It declares that the sinking of the Falaba was unjustified, and ...

    Article : 603 words
  9. MUNITIONS Of WAR CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Lloyd George (Minister for Munitions) addressed a large audience at Cardiff, those present consisting chiefly of employes and trade union leaders, who gave ...

    Article : 672 words
  10. VICTORIOUS RUSSIANS.

    Petrograd Official.—On Thursday the Russians, by heroic efforts, drove back important forces of the enemy to the right bank of the Dniester. which river was ...

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  11. BELGIAN BAND

    On the arrival of the Belgian Band at Fremantle a few days back, an announcement was ...

    Article : 230 words
  12. GLORIOUS ITALIAN SUCCESSES.

    Italy is delighted with the successes she has achieved. The heights of North Monfalcone which have been captured command the docks of the Austrian naval ...

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  13. THE STORY OF QUALITY.

    The story of good furniture is plainly told by every piece of furniture in Messrs.Malcolm Reid Co.s Randle street store. The choicest woods that the forests [?] ...

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  15. PRICE OF SILVER.

    Silver is now quoted at 1/11 3-8 per oz. ...

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  16. Critics of Russia.

    Russia has been subject to criticism because of her slow advance but it is notable that what Russia loses to-day she regains to-morrow. The defeats Germany ...

    Article : 535 words
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  18. CEYLON DISTURBANCES CEASED.

    There are no further disturbances reported in Ceylon. ...

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  19. GERMAN AND BELGIAN TROOPS.

    A "Mail" correspondent in the north of France states that the Germans on Wednesday vigorously attacked the Belgians at Dixmude. using asphyxiating gases, and ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. THE "TIMES" PROSECUTION.

    The alternative summonses against the "Times" have been dismissed. In a leading article, the paper expresses astonishment that a prosecution was ever ...

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  21. HEALTH OF THE SERBIANS.

    The sanitary conditions prevailing in the Serbian Army and among the civil population have been enormously improved. Typhus is no longer a serious problem, and ...

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  22. A MAGNIFICENT GIFT.

    In an interview with Mr. John Tait, of Messrs. J. &. N. Tait. which will be found on page 1 of another section of "The Mil" it is stated that certain concerts ...

    Article : 153 words
  23. WOUNDED AUSTRALIANS' HOME.

    Capt. Dr "Southey. of Melbourne, and Matron Gray, of Melbourne, with a staff of Australian nurses, are attending 102 wounded Australians at Harefield, a 17th ...

    Article : 80 words
  24. NORWEGIAN VESSEL WRECKED.

    The Norwegian barque Birtha. bound from Oregon to Europe with a wheat cargo valued at £30,000. has ben totally lost on the Columbia reefs. ...

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