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  2. Our Country Edition.

    Consideration will shortly be given by the State Cabinet to the- proposals of the Minister of Education for the development of the technical school ...

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  3. FEDERAL STEAMERS.

    Mr. and Mrs. Hughes have sailed for Australia. Mr. Hughes has authorised a statement explaining the difficulty in ...

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  4. ITALIANS REJOICE.

    Home has been gaily bedecked in honor of the Italian victory in the Tientino where the town of Asiago and other positions recently lost have ...

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  5. RUSSIANS PUSH ON.

    Telegrams which have arrived in Rome are responsible for the statement that the Russian troops have penetrated the Province of ...

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  6. OUR LOSSES.

    In the 180th casualty list, issued by he Defence Department, appear the names of one officer and 78 men killed in action, but the majority ...

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  7. THE WEST FRONT

    A communique issued in Paris on Monday afternoon states that a German night attack on position west of Thiaumont completely failed ...

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  8. VOTES FOR SOLDIERS ON SERVICE.

    The date of the forthcoming New South Wake State elections has not yet been decided on but the Ministerial onganising committee favours ...

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  9. FRUIT FARMS FOR SOLDIERS.

    The Queensland Minister of Lands has announced that 95 fruit farms had been surveyed at Beerburrum for returned soldiers. They range ...

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  10. BERLIN COMMUNIQUE.

    Fighting, in which he have been successful, states a communique form Berlin, "is proceeding westward of Sokul and near Zaturce. Since ...

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  11. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT LISMORE

    Messrs. T. H. Laidlaw and Co., in conjunction with Dennys, Lascelleds Ltd., report having held on Thursday, 22nd June, a most successful sale ...

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  12. ALLUREMENTS OF THE CITY.

    No solution is offered by the State Ministry for the problem afforded by the absorption in Melbourne of half the populations of Victoria (states the ...

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  13. M. BRIAND ON BRITISH FRONT.

    It is stated in a Paris message that M. Brand (the French Premier) visuted the British front in France on Saturday and Sunday. The Premier ...

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  14. DEMAND FOR AUSTRALIAN BUTTER.

    The Minister of Agriculture, New South Wales, is making an appeal to dairymen to produce large quantities of superior butter for expert next ...

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  15. GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS.

    The Russian on the Koved front states a message from Petrograd, advanced 48 miles in ten days, until the rapidly increasing enemy ...

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  16. A MAGNIFICENT FEAT.

    The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent at Milan states The Italian [?] captured in a single day positions which took the Austrians three ...

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  17. ANZACS IN TRENCH RAIDS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig reports that British troops carried out a number of successful night raids on Monday at different points. The men ...

    Article : 153 words
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  19. THE NEAR EAST.

    "We repulsed mail Turkish night attacks in the Trrebizond sector," states a Petregrad communique. It adds: "The enemy in Northern ...

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  20. IRISH HOME RULE.

    Mr. John Remond, M.P. (the leader of the Irish Nationlist. Party) presided over a meeting of 50 Nationalist members of the House of ...

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  21. VICTORIAN HARDWOODS.

    The more extensive use of Victorian hardwoods in public buildings without increase in expenditure, has been engaging the attention of Mr ...

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  22. ITALIAN CRUISER.

    It is announced from Paris that the Italian auxiliary cruiser Citta di Messian has been torpedeed in the Striaits of Otranto ...

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  23. PERSONAL.

    The death of the late Mr. Sidney Smith removes another old resident of Warrnambool, who was closely identified with the early grwoth of ...

    Article : 442 words
  24. REVOLT IN ARABIA.

    Further particulars received .in Cairo of the successful Arab revolt again Turkey state that the troops of the Grand Sherif have cut ...

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  25. JUTLAND BATTLE.

    A Dutch trawler arriving at Amsterdam reports having passed a mass of wreckage off the Danish coast ...

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  26. SPORTING.

    The following scratchngs in connction wiht the Grand National meeting of the Victorai Racing Club were announced to-day:— ...

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  27. ITALIAN REVENGE.

    A communique from Rome states that some' Italian unite on Sunday entered the protected portion of the Durazzo roadstead in Albania and ...

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  28. BRITISH PRISONERS.

    Lord, Robert Cecil (Foreign Under- Secretary), in reply toe question in tie 'House of Commons, said that z further unfavorable' report had been ...

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  29. KING'S REPRESENTATIVE.

    It is believed that the Duke of Connaught who is retiring form the post of Governor-General of Canada in October next, will be appointed to ...

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  30. RAID ON KARLSRUHE.

    The —German account of the Karlsruhe raid says: The town was en fete, the occasion being the Corpus Christma Festival. The streets were ...

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  31. STATE GOVERNMENT CRITICISED.

    Mr. Read Murphy who on retiring form office as police magistrate stood for the Legislative Council, but was unsuccessful does not appear to have ...

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  32. THE MARKETS.

    There were 264 head penned, of' which 120 were classed as stores. The market was somewhat weaker than last week's, and prices showed a ...

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  33. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES.

    The above races, held to-day, resulted as follow:— Maiden Hurdle Race: Bcassine 1, Merunqua 2, Wortupa 3; 3 to 1 ...

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  34. STRIKE ON TROOPSHIP

    The firemen and orew of a Governs melt steamer were called out to-day by their unions over the question of payment in connection with the ...

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  35. KITCHENER MONUMENT

    The House of Commons has agreed to the motion, intrduced by the Primo Minister (Mr. Asquith) that A monument to the late Lord ...

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  36. MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET.

    Fat Sheep: 266,200 entered. The actual pennings were, however, short of these numbers, a number of consignments being unable to load through rain. There was a fair at ...

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  37. STATE CABINET MEETING

    The Cabinet has agreed on the draft of the Governor's speech. The Address in Reply will he moved by Mr. J. Deany and seconded by Mr ...

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  38. DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN

    Mr. Asquith (the Prime Minister) stated at eh House of Commons sitting on Monday that he hoped that the paper on the Dardanelles ...

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  39. ROSEHILL RACES.

    The above meeting was held to-day in dull weather. Results:— Hurdle Race: Canmore 1, Loughrea 2, Go Alone 3 ; 4 to agst winner ...

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  40. DAZZLING MOTOR LIGHTS.

    That the powerful rays, from the headlights of some motor cars are a menace rather than an aid to the safety of pedestrians was the view ...

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  41. AEROPLANES FOR BRITAIN.

    The Sultan of Johore, it is stated from Singapore has presented to the British Government a squaldron of "fither" aeroplanes. The machines ...

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  42. BRITISH CABINET.

    It is feared that Lord Lansdowne, Mr. Long and Lord Robert Cedil will follow Lord Selborne's lead and retire form the Ministry ...

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  43. ARMY DEATH SENTENCES

    Speaking in the House of Commons on Monday, Mr. J. H Tennant (Under-Secretary for War) said that 34 men in the British armies abroad ...

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  44. NEW ZEALAND WAR COST

    It is estimated that £1,548,000 will be required for military supplies this year ...

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  45. RED CROSS SOCIETY.

    The ball held in the Allansford Town Hall in aid of the funds of the branch was a gratifying success. An excellent sipper was provided by the ...

    Article : 155 words
  46. GERMAN EAST AFRICA.

    Lieut-General J. C. Smuts, the British commander in German East Africa, reports that the British troops heavily defeatd the enemy on ...

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  47. BAND AT THE GARDENS.

    The Citizens Band will give a performance weather permitting in the Bctanical Gardens, on Sunday afternoon next in aid of the appeal for ...

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  48. WOOL FOR ITALY.

    In the House of Commons on Monday, Mr. Eugene Wason (Liberal) drew attention to Italy's large wool purchases at the Sydney sales. He ...

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  49. THE PARIS CONFERENCE

    In the House of Commnson Monday the Prime Minister (Mr Asqyutg) promised, the House facilities to discuss the recent Paris Economic ...

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  50. MR. WATT ON THE WAR.

    Mir. W. Watt, M.H.R., speaking at the annual domonstration of the Y.M.C.A., expressed the opinion that the defeat of Germany would not be ...

    Article : 96 words
  51. THE NEW BISHOP.

    As reported in Tuesday's issue, a cable message has been received by the Ballarat Anglican Church authorities, starting that Canon Maxwell ...

    Article : 335 words
  52. BALLARAT STOCK MARKET.

    Cattle: 93 yarded, Best pens of bullocks to £20/5/; useful £18/10/; good cows to £18/17/6; useful to £14 10/ ...

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  53. BIG FIRE IN SHANGHAI.

    It was learnt out the arrival of the steamer St. Albans to-day that a fire in a Shanghai warehouse last month caused damage to the extent of ...

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