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  2. THE BALKAN PROBLEM. Italy Declares War on Bulgaria.

    ATHENS, Tuesday.—Advice from Doiran states that a Pulgarian division has been completely annihilated at Rilo. It is rumored that the Bulgarians have ...

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  3. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION THE ROLL OF HONOR.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The 95th and 96th casually lists are as follow:— Missing. Pte. A. A. Baker, Hurstville. ...

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  4. Recruiting in England. DETAILS OF THE SCHEME.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Earl of Derby delivered on address at the Mansion House in connection with the recruiting scheme.He emphasised the points of Instructions to ...

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  5. "GO SLOW."

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Victorian Minister for Works, addressing the Municipal Conference, said it might be necessary to go slow in public works—it ...

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  6. AUSTRALASIA. Recruiting.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At the three Sydney [?] recruiting depots yesterday 173 men volunteered for active service and 151 were accepted. ...

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  7. A Worthy Example.

    In forwarding copy of a letter from his son, Burton, written at San Francisco on 14th September, Mr. Louis [?] says:— I think a copy of the enclosed letter will ...

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  8. AUSTRALIA DAY.

    Mr. G. W. Ord acknowledges receipt of the undermentioned amounts:—Amount previously acknowledged, £3067 7s 9d; District Railway, third contribution, £4 ...

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  9. ADDRESSES IN BUSINESS HOUSES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A feature of the recruiting campaign in the metropolitan area is to be addresses to employees in big business establishments in the luncheon ...

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  10. The Cabinet Situation.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr. Asquith is ill and [?] rest for a few days. ...

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  11. WOUNDED RETURNING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A troopship with Australian sick and wounded on board left England on October 8th with 526 of all ranks. ...

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  12. THREE SONS VOLUNTEERS.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Fitzgerald, of Armidale, have three sons, all of whom have volunteered and are now in camp, one at Liverpool, another at Armidale, and the ...

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  13. INTENSE INTEREST.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—There is Intense interest in Britain over the Cabinet situation. For days there had been an uneasy feeling that members of the Cabinet had ...

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  14. REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Remarkable statements concerning the methods of a certain savings bank in dealing with the soldiers' pay were made at a meeting of returned ...

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  15. GREEK GENERAL STAFF.

    ATHENS, Tuesday.—The Greek geeral staff has arrived at Salonika and King [?] in expected shortly. ...

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  16. ITALY DECLARES WAR.

    ROME, Tuesday.—Italy has declared war on Bulgaria. ...

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  17. Making Rifles'

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Speaking to the employees of the small arms factory at Lithgow, the Governor-General said that while the need of men for battle was the ...

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  18. ALLIES MESSAGE TO GREECE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A despatch from Athens states that the [?] have informal Greece that they [?] sending large reinforcement to the [?]. ...

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  19. PRISONERS IN GERMANY.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Mr.B.T[?] War officer in the House of Commons staed that app[?] twenty-five thousand British were prisoners in ...

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  20. SEND-OFF AT SOUTH LIMORE.

    On Tuesday evening a number of friends of Mr. O. V. Greaves, who has volunteered and been accepted, entertained him at Stanfield's rooms, South Lismore. Mr. H. ...

    Article : 143 words
  21. GERMAN CLAIMS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A German wireless claims the capture of Oser[?] and that the Austro-German units, after a battle, reached the heights eastward of Vranic ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. QUEENSLAND.

    Ptes. J. Quaid and M. J. Grimes. Missing. Ptes. J. Sullivan and S. Phillips. Died of Wounds. ...

    Article : 41 words
  23. The Western Front.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—A communique says: The Germans during the night delivered [?] serious grenade attacks at [?][?] All were repulsed. The rain of ...

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  24. THE TOTALS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 36 words
  25. Personal Items.

    In regard to the paragraph in [?] day's "Star," giving particulars of the death of a son of Mr. P. G. [?] of Mullumbimby, at the Dardanelles, [?] are ...

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  26. PRESENTATION AT BANGALOW.

    During the interval at the pictures in the A. and I. Hall on the 16th inst. Mr. W. H. Reading presented Mr. North (Bank N.S.W.), who has lately enlisted, with a ...

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  27. QUESTIONS IN THE COMMONS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—In the House of commons Mr. Cathcart Watson asked thunder Seecretary staff for war why the [?] Australians hosoital staff in England the [?] ...

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  28. Unpatriotic Language.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Joseph McLeary was charged at Mildura Court under the War Precautions Act with having used words prejadicial to recruiting in the ...

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  29. HEAVY GERMAN REVERSE.

    LONDON,Tuesday.—The [?] correspondent at headquarters on the western front says that detiled information of the unsuccessful German attacks on October 8th ...

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  30. THE YANCO INQUIRY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Carmichael's final report in connection with the Yanco inquiry recommends that a special Valuation Appeal Court should sit five years ...

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  31. A RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    Mr. H. Walker, of South Lismore, has received a letter from his brother, who has been at the Dardanelles. No word had been received regarding him for some ...

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  32. SPIES CONVICTED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The Secretery for War announcer that two prisoners charged with espionage were court-[?] in London from September 28 to[?] and ...

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  33. The Russian Campaign.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A French wireless says that [?] the German attacks on the Russian front have been repulsed [?] [?] Russians offencive actions have had ...

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  34. STRENGTH OF THE A.J. FORCES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Up to October 13th the strength of the Australian forces totalled 165,984 men, of whom 95,975 had been sent abroad and 69,989 are in ...

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  35. A VALUABLE SEIZURE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A British [?] captured a Swadish steamer [?] laden, and bound for Stalin. She [?] the [?] Reval. ...

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  36. MURWILLUMBAH WATER SUPPLY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Premier has received a report dealing with the progress of country water supply works, stating in connection with the requirements of ...

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  37. MILITARY ENGINEERING.

    PETROGARD,Wednesday.—Experts claim that the Russians are utilising the railways and have [?] the narrow [?] between the lakes by every ...

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  38. PRESENTATION TO MR. DON MUNRO.

    On Tuesday afternoon the numbers of the railway workshop met for the purpose of making a presentation to Mr. Don Munro, of the store branch, who has ...

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  39. A LIVELY CONFERENCE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—It is anticipated that the conference between the Australia Day executive and the Red Cross Society to-morrow will be particularly [?] ...

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  40. The Dardanelles.

    LONDON, Wednesday,—The Press interport Sir [?] recall to determination to install nen vigor and purpose in the [?] chmpaign. The ...

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  41. ENEMY EMPLOYEES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A return tabled in the Assembly shows that 63 persons of enemy origin are still in the employ of the Government. The report states that in ...

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  42. A HOSPITAL MATTER.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—At the inquest concerning the death of Charles Butcher, who injured himself by falling from his van. Mrs. Butcher, deceased's widow, ...

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  43. EMBEZZLER SENTENCED.

    BERTH, Wednesday.—At Perth David Setton Hamilton was sentenced in the Criminal Court to two years' hard labor for embezzlement totalling £3855, ...

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  44. POSITIONS STROMED

    LONDIN,Tuesday.— A German Wireless states that Field Marshal von [?] stromed several positions and [?] the Dvina castward of [?].A ...

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  45. EXPECTED APPOINTMENTS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—It is expected that the [?] F.E.Smith will be Attorney-General, and Mr.G.Cave SollcitorGeneral. ...

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  46. German Sentences.

    AMSTERDAM, Tuesday.—General Von Rissing (the German Governor of Belgium) has placarded the Belgian Town Halls with the notices of the court-martial ...

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  47. SOCIAL EVENING AT SOUTH LISMORE.

    On Tuesday evening nearly a hundred friends met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. Munro, South Lismore, for the purpose of doing honor to their two sons, ...

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  48. RUSSIAN VICTORIES.

    PETROGARD, Wednesday.—A communique says:—Terrific lighting in the northern sector coutinues. We brilliantly followed up our success; in the Middle Styr, ...

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  49. AMERICAN TRADE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The New South Wales Commercial Commissioner in Japan states that the Japanese ship building yards are crammed with orders for ...

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  50. The Drink Question.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—In the Assembly, the Premier announced his [?] of introducing a Bill for the early closing of hotels. It is understood the ...

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  51. EVERY INCH A SOLDIER.

    LONDON, Wednesday.— The "Daily Chronicle" says that Major-General Monro is a striking instance of emergence Scottish leadership since the war started. He has ...

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  52. FEDERAL CABINET.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Federal Cabinet sat for several hours to-day considering the business of the forthcoming session. It is expected the business of ...

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  53. ALLEGED SLANDER. THE DEFENCE.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The defendant in the action brought by Mr. Fisher and Senator Pearce for alleged slander denies making the statement as alleged. ...

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  54. CHURCH COMMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Traffic in drink was made the subject of importance at the Victorian Baptist Conference today. Representatives on the Council of ...

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  55. COTTON EXPOTR PRO[?].

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The export of all cotton products except lace and cottonwaste has been prohibited except to the Allied countries and Spain and Portugal. ...

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  56. Submarine Strife.

    STOCKHOLM,Tuesday.—British submarines have torpedoed [?] S[?] and Perambuco [?] with wood and 600 tons of iron ore ...

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  57. HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Mr. Jack Wardley, President of the Melbourne Operative Bakers' Society, was entertained by the Victorian Parliamentary Labor ...

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  58. SHIPMENT OF GOLD.

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—A further shipment ol £[?] sterling in gold has arrived under warship escort, and consigned to Morgun and Company. ...

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  59. Peace To-day.

    PARIS, Wednesday.—General Joffre, interviewed by "Collier's Weekly," stated that peace to-day would be a crime against posterity. "We are fighting," he ...

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  60. VERDICTS FOR DEFENDANT.

    Later.—The jury found for Spencer in both cases. Judgment was entered for defendant with one set of costs. ...

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  61. GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT LOSSES.

    [?] Tuesday.It is admitted that the steamer preussen rammed and sank a Greman torpedo boat, beleaving it to be an enemy's Forty-nine out of [?] ...

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  62. AUSTRALIAN CONCENTRATES.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—In reference to Mr. W. M. Hughes's statement that a British group to refine Australian concentrates will be established here, the "Metal ...

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  63. NO BENEFIT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The master bakers' federal convention decided that Government control of food prices had not proved beneficial, and that the practice ...

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  64. "SHOCKINGLY ROBBED."

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday.—The N.Z., Minister for Imperial Affairs declares that he found the public were being shockingly robbed in the matter of bread supplies. ...

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  65. ACCOMMODATION OF THE WOUNDED.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The War Office is hopeful that an arrangement will be made for the accommodation of Australian wounded in the Mediterranean and ...

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  66. ZEPPELIN WRECKED.

    PARIS, Tuesday.A Zeppelin dashed into a ch[?] of [?] Bros., of worth and [?]. All the crow were killed. ...

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  67. Advertising

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    Advertising : 32 words
  68. Advertising

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    Advertising : 26 words
  69. CORAKI.

    Mr. R. J. B. Jack, Optician, will be in attendance at Mr. R. G. Benaud's Rooms on Friday next. Casino, Evans' Pharmacy on Wednesday. ...

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  70. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
  71. CASINO.

    Mr. R. J. B. Jack, Optician, may be Consulted at Evana' White Cross Pharacy. Casino, on Wednesday next, Coraki,.R. G. Rennud's Rooms, Friday." ...

    Article : 26 words
  72. Advertising

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    Advertising : 23 words
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