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  2. Latest War News.

    It is stated officially that the bombardment of Lowestoft and Yarmouth lasted half an hour. The damage was relatively slight. A convalescent ...

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  3. General Cables.

    Mr. Hughes has been presented with the freedom of the City of Edinburgh. ...

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  4. "Black" Groceries

    The strike of grocery employees in Melbourne continues. Representatives of the manufacturing grocers said on Wednesday that their employers were ...

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  5. Australian Casualties

    The 16th official list of Australian casualties contained 545 names. The following is a summary:—Killed in action, 1; died of wounds, 2; died ...

    Article : 77 words
  6. Murray Waters

    Now that the Murray Waters Bill has been passed through the Now South Wales Parliament, the question of the appointment of the River ...

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  7. Rebellion in Dublin

    Mr. Asquith read a statement in the House of Commons to-day declaring that troops have occupied Liberty Hall, St. Stephen's Green. The ...

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  8. KENT POWDER FACTORY

    It is officially stated that the casualties caused by the explosion of a powder magazine in Kent on April consisted of 106 men killed and 66 ...

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  9. Obituary

    Our Green Lake correspondent writes A very old and respected resident, Mrs. W. Uebergang, passed away at her residence at Drung Drung on Saturday, ...

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  10. About People.

    Mr. Theodore Coutts, who, eversince leaving school, had been an employee in "The Horsham Times" office, where he was beloved by his ...

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  11. FURTHER DISTURBANCES.

    In the House of Lords the Marquis of Lansdowne said a complete cordon had been drawn around the centre of Dublin on the north side of the river. Two ...

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  12. THE RELIEF OF KUT.

    Lieutenant-General Percy Lake, British Commander in Chief in Mesopotamia, telegraphs:—"We have prolonged our line southward on the right ...

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  13. Social.

    Mrs. Feckler, "Kalimna Park," Horsham, will not be "At Homer Monday next, May. 1st. Several marriages have been ...

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  14. MRS. W. McCLINTOCK.

    The following additional particulars regarding Mrs. W. McClintock are taken from the Dunmunkle Standard:— About six months ago, Mrs. ...

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  15. EFFECT IN AMERICA.

    Sir Cecil Spring Rice, British Ambassador in America; has received an anonymous letter threatening death to himself and every British official in ...

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  16. ANZAC DAY IN ENGLAND.

    Brilliant sunshine prevailed on Tuesday for the great Anzac memorial service in Westminster Abbey. Enormous crowds lined the route along which the ...

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  17. A GERMAN CLAIM.

    A German communique states:—After bombarding Yarmouth and Lowestoft our cruistrs caused a big fire on a cruiser, sinking a destroyer and two ...

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  18. Sporting Items.

    The following is the result of the M.U.,LO.O.F. competition for trophies presented by P.G's. Broo. Connell and E. Ballinger:—F. Ashwin; 198; W. E. ...

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  19. UNITED IRISH LEAGUE.

    It was decided by the United Iris League of Melbourne at a hastily summoned meeting held at the Celtic Club on Wednesday evening to cable the ...

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  20. THE GUN.

    There was a good assemblage of shooters at Stawell on Good Friday, when the £50 handicap was fired. The winner turned up in W. McRae, of ...

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  21. A ZEPPELIN STRUCK.

    A communique says that a French aeroplane's shell struck a Zeppelin at a height of 1000 metres off Zeebrugge. ...

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  22. NEW RECRUITING SCHEME.

    There is the best of authority for believing that the Government's recruiting proposals are based on the Army Council's final memorandum. ...

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  23. THE TURF.

    The races held at Ararat on Wednesday in aid of the Red Cross Society proved highly satisfactory. Results:— ...

    Article : 467 words
  24. SECRET SESSION OF PARLIAMENT

    After the secret session of the House of Commons had concluded on Tues day evening, Mr. Asquith, the Prime Minister, made a statement regarding ...

    Article : 110 words
  25. WRONG MEN IN THE PROCESSION.

    Dissatisfaction exists among the Australians because the Light Horse—a fine body of men—was chosen to head the procession, while the men of the ...

    Article : 83 words
  26. MILITARY PREPARATIONS.

    A Dublin correspondent of The Times in an article published on December 7, gave, a clear statement as to the disaffection that existed among the Sinn ...

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  27. ZEPPELINS OVER ENGLAND.

    The Zeppelins which raided the east coast of England, in conjunction with the enemy fleet, encountered numerous anti-aircraft guns in Essex and ...

    Article : 154 words
  28. FIGHTING IN EGYPT.

    It is officially announced that fighting occurred on Sunday at Quatia, in Egypt, against a greatly superior force. The Gloucestershire Hussars ...

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  29. Repatriation Appeal

    The Lord Mayor, Sir David Hennessy, has received from Messrs Michaelis, Hallenstein and Company, Pty., Ltd., of Lonsdale-street, a cheque for ...

    Article : 263 words
  30. Holman Ministry

    The Political Labor Conference of New South Wales on Wednesday night, by 105 votes to 68, adopted the following motion, moved on behalf of ...

    Article : 245 words
  31. ARMED MERCHANTMEN.

    The State Department, in defining the American attitude towards armed merchantmen, has issued a statement upholding the right of merchant ships ...

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  32. THE ALLIES' BLOCKADE.

    Great Britain's reply to the protest of the United States against interference by the Allies with neutral trade, contends that the practices followed ...

    Article : 119 words
  33. OVATION FOR GENERAL BIRDWOOD.

    Lieutenant-General Sir William Birdwood, who attended the luncheon held at the Hotel Cecil, was accorded an ovation. Men jumped on the chairs ...

    Article : 150 words
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