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  4. BOLSHEVIK REVERSES

    Warsaw messages state that the Polish army assisted by aeroplanes, has captured several villages north of Lemberg, which is now faced with bombardment. ...

    Article : 171 words
  5. ATTACK ON INDIA

    It is officially stated that the position in Afghanistan has changed with remarkable rapidity. Dissatisfaction has spread among the ...

    Article : 673 words
  6. HUNGARY'S PLIGHT

    Advices from Vienna state the report ;hat the Hungarian Soviet Government had surrendered was premature. The rapid progress of the Roumanian, ...

    Article : 229 words
  7. COUNTER - PROPOSALS

    It is announced that the German Government has instructed the German delegates to make counter peace proposals, also to claim the right to oral discussions. ...

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  8. BAYONET CHARGE IN IRELAND

    The "Times"' correspondent in Dublin reports that Mr. Ginnell, M.P., in defiance of a proclamation prohibiting a meeting in Athlone, attempted to address a ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. SEAMEN'S STRIKE

    Since the Seamen's union took action nearly three months ago in regard to manning infected ships there has been ying idle at Brisbane quite a fleet of ...

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  10. STATE AS BOSS

    The Premier of Queensland (Mr. Ryan) was a witness before the Coal Commission. He claimed that the Government rading experiment jin Queensland were ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. PERSONAL

    Among those returning by the Danluce beetle shortly is Lieut A. W. Conston, of the Australian Flying Corps, who is well known in Adelaide. He is the elder ...

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  12. CLOSER TOGETHER

    Premains at the opening of the new headquarters of the Empire Parliamentary Association, adjoining 'Westminster Hail, the Lord Chancellor read a letter from ...

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  13. GERMANY GROWING WEAKER

    The "Times" is giving prominence to a inking letter written by a correspondent the has returned from Germany. Summing up the situation as the result ...

    Article : 168 words
  14. COMMONS QUESTIONS.

    In the House of Commons, replying to Mr. Bellairs, Mr MacNamara stated that a public reception would be given to Admiral Beatty and the officers and men of ...

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  15. LORD FRENCH'S MEMOIRS

    Lord French's aspersions on the late Lord Kitchener and others have caused a ensation in military circles, and a public inquiry is regarded as inevitable. Mean ...

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  16. HONOURING A BRAVE SOLDIER.

    At Stow Memorial Church on Sunday evening last the unveiling of a handsome md massive memorial tablet to the memory of Pte. Charles Ferguson, 48th ...

    Article : 546 words
  17. CAPPELLI AT THE MAJESTIC

    As the Majestic Theatre Company condently anticipated, the announcement that Signor Cappeli, the world-famous peratic tenor, was to appear at the ...

    Article : 499 words
  18. ITALY AND FIUME

    The "Times' correspondent in Rome says the censorship only permits him to say that the Italian Government's firm adherence to its essential claims in ...

    Article : 119 words
  19. SUCCESSFUL LAND SALE AT PROSPECT.

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  20. THE FRENCH BLUEBEARD

    The Paris police state that Landru, the French 'Bluebeard. incinerated eleven, women and a boy. An examination of the fireplaces and chimneys in a villa ...

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  21. AMERICAN ENVOYS IN IRELAND

    The "Times" correspondent in [?] says the Irish-American envoys returned from Belfast and paraded the streets, accompanied by ...

    Article : 111 words
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  24. UNIFORMS AFTER THE WAR.

    A committee has been appointed, headed by Sir Archibald Murray, to enquire into the question of uniforms for the post-war army. ...

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