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  2. THE RECHABITES.

    There was a good attendance of members at the fortnightly meeting of the Lady Bay Tent I.O.R. on Thursday night when Bro. J. ...

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  3. VICTORIOUS ALLIED ARMIES.

    Lee British Press Burean states that the gre[?]tal retreat of the enemy was coa[?]bmued yesterday. The British captured 1,000 presences and several ...

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  4. AUSTRALIAN FLEET.

    Long and anxiously awaited news or the operations for the capture of German New Guinea had now arrived and shows that the work so ...

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  5. GENERAL ITEMS.

    The Chief of the Royal Army Medical Corps at the front has declared that the Australian Voluntary Hospital is splendidly efficient and was ...

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  6. NORTH BELGIUM EVACUATED.

    The Germans have completely eva[?]nated that part of the river Schel[?] between. Antwerp and Cheir. One of the German corps is ...

    Article : 103 words
  7. AMERICAN COMPLIMENT TO ALLIES.

    American military experts describe the recent retreat of the Affied for[?]es as proba[?]ly the most brilliant military achievement in moder a history. ...

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  8. GERMAN AMMUNITION DESTROYED.

    It is reported that the French troops sunk in the Oise 150 barges full of German ammunition. ...

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  9. PRINCE OF WALES' FUND.

    The Pope in a long and earnest eneylical appeals to the heads of nations to hasten to appoint a Council of Peace ...

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  10. FRENCH OCCUPY SOISSONS.

    It is reported that the French have occupied Soissons. ...

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  11. TROUT FISHING.

    Since the opening of the season a number of good fish have been landed. Some weighing up to nearly 71bs in weight. On Saturday Mr. L. ...

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  12. LATEST NEWS OF GERMAN RETREAT.

    A communique issued at Paris on Sunday states:—On our loft wing the German general retreat continues. The British and French forces ...

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  13. KAISER'S NEPHEW SHOT.

    The Kaiser's nephew, Prince Frederick of Messe, has been shot in the chest. ...

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  14. THE BALKAN STATES.

    From Nish the temporary capital of Servia comes the announgement that after a soug[?]inary battle the Servians have s[?]eenpued Sainthn, an ...

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  15. STAR PICTURES.

    A good programme of interesting pictures was screened by the Star Picture Co. in the presence of a good house at the Town Hall on ...

    Article : 86 words
  16. RECRUITING IN ENGLAND.

    It is significant of the response for recruiting in England that the British War Office has increased the minimam height of the infantry. ...

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  17. A SENSATIONAL INCIDENT.

    Mr. Revell, a ship's officer states that while superintending the troopships' unloading equipment he discovered a workman searching the ...

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  18. SALVATION ARMY CONCERT.

    An enjoyable concert was given in the Salvation Army Hall by the Congregational choir and was greatly enjoyed by a large audience. The ...

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  19. UNEMPLOYED MENACE IN BERLIN.

    The Berlin Socialist newspaper "Vorwaerts" states that there is an immense number of unemployed in Germany and adds, It is impossible ...

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  20. GREAT GERMAN REVERSE.

    A communique isued at Paris on Friday states that at the very outset the German night wing, which on Sunday was in the North Province ...

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  21. GERMANY GETS A SURPRISE.

    The latest Berlin advices received in New York show that amazement has been created in Germany at the unexpected military efficiency of ...

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  22. THE RUSSIAN ARMIES

    In Petrograd it is officially stated that German troops brought from the west have been concentrated at the River Alle, in East Prussia from ...

    Article : 58 words
  23. REPORTED SERVIAN INVASION.

    The Servians are preparing to march on Buda Pesth, where they will join the Russians advancing westwards and ti[?]ms menace the ...

    Article : 37 words
  24. DUM DUM BULLETS.

    Mr. Woodrow Wilson has received M. Poincare's (The French President) message denying the use of dum dum bullets, and declaring that the Kaiser ...

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  25. AT SEA.

    There are reports that a naval battle is proceeding between German and Russians off Aland Island. ...

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  26. TO-DAY'S EVENTS.

    Stock sales at Terang by Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Norris Toyne and Scown and. Horne and Palmer. ...

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  27. OUTRAGE IN RAND MIND.

    Gelignite has been found in the shaft of the Luithaard Svlei mine shaft, which is now guarded. All German and Austrian miners have been ...

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  28. RUSSIAN LEFT FLANK DEFEATED.

    The left flank of the Russian army in East Prussia has been defeated The Russians are now retreating pursued by the Germans. ...

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  29. KILLED.

    Licut, Commander Charles B. Elwell, R.N. "Captain B. A. Pockley, Army Medical, Corps. ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. THE TIDES.

    High water at Warrnambool the day:—6.54 a.m. 7.18 p.m. ...

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  31. HORRORS OF THE BATTLEFIELD

    Visitors to the battlefield on the Meaux saw hundreds of German bodies piled in heaps and covered with straw and burning tar. ...

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  32. FICTITIOUS NEWS AT BERLIN.

    Letters from Berlin state that crowds outside the newspaper offices are devouring the bulletins reporting the capture of Russian Army Corps. ...

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  33. WEATHER FORECAST.

    The following weather forecast was issued at nine o'clock last night for to-day for Victoria by Mr. Hunt the Commonwealth Meteorlogist:— ...

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  34. CAPTURE OF GERMAN STEAMER.

    A British warship has brought in the streamer Bethania and 400 prisoners. She was one of the colliers for the liner Kaiser Willelm der Grosse. ...

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  35. WOUNDED.

    Licutenant Rowland G. Bowen, R.A.N. Daniel Skillen, A.B. Ayrshire. Robert Moffatt, A.B. Sydney. ...

    Article : 53 words
  36. AUSTRIAN TORPEDO BOAT SUNK.

    The Rome "Tribuns" states that an Austrian torpedo boat was destroyed by a mine near Fasans, a fishing town on the west coast of ...

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  37. OFFICIAL MESSAGES.

    The High Commissioner, Sir George Reid, cabled to the External Affairs Department as follows:— London, Friday 4 p.m. ...

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  38. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS.

    Messrs. J G. Stewart and Co., in conjunetion with Messrs Young Bros. will hold an unreserved sale of 5000 first-cross station-bred sheep at ...

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  39. WRECK OF THE OCEANIC.

    A fog caused the Oceapic disaster. Four hundred persons board were saved by the remarkable courage of the Glenogil's crew. ...

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  40. Advertising

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  41. AUSTRIANS THREATENED WITH DISASTER.

    The Russians at the Breritz River forced the whole Austrian left into an angle by the Vistula, where a complete debacle is possible owing to bad. ...

    Article : 81 words
  42. SYMPATHY WITH RELATIVES.

    Senator Millen in making the telegram from Rear-Admiral Patey available for publication said: "I desire to add an expression of ...

    Article : 102 words
  43. ENEMY ON THE RUN.

    Mr. Maxwell, the "Daily Telegraph's" war correspondent state that the German are fa[?]rly on the run and are utterly routed. ...

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  44. TURKISH INDEPENDENCE

    The Porte has notified the Powers of the abrogation of its capitulations and states that this action is inspired solely to assure judicial economic and ...

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  45. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    No further returns were received from Melbourne yesterday regarding the Federal elections, and it may be safely assumed that no alteration of ...

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  46. LATEST NEWS FROM RUSSIA.

    The "Daily Chronicle's" Petrograd correspondent says that two Austrian armies are surrounded by the Russians. ...

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  47. TOWN DESCRIBED.

    Herbertshohe is at the southern side of the entrance to Simpsonshafen. New Britain (New Pomerania). The town of Rabaul, the ...

    Article : 105 words
  48. CORANGAMITE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  49. FEELING IN GERMANY.

    Importance is being attached to Turkey's official notitication of the abrogation of her capitulations. A private letter received in ...

    Article : 61 words
  50. GRAPHIC ACCOUNTS OF FIGHTING.

    The German army corps reported to have been cut off in the Senlis tri[?]angle sacked the deserted house of Nanteuil villages. ...

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  51. DISASTER TO GERMAN ARMY CORPS.

    The French troops are pursuing the enemy and driving portion of the troops northwards towards the Argoune forest country. ...

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  52. BELGIAN SUCCESSES.

    Reports have been received that the Begians cut up a German corps at Cortenbugh and took many prisoners. ...

    Article : 71 words
  53. PROTEST BY THE POWERS.

    All the Powers are protesting against Turkey's abogation of her capitulations. The official German version declares ...

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  54. EXPLOSION IN SHAFT.

    "Thirty men were entombed at Ralph's mine Huntley, as the result of an explosion which occurred at 7.30 a.m. to-day. Twenty other men ...

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  55. MOTOR ACCIDENTS.

    A serious motor accident occurred about 8 o'clock on Saturday night near Broadmeadows. Mr. M. O'Rorke motor garage proprietor, of ...

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  56. DEATHS OF GERMAN PRINCES.

    It is reported at Ostend that Prince Fredenic William, Prince Adalbert of Prussia the Kaiser's son, and Prince Girl of Wurtem[?]ibeig died in the ...

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  57. NOTIFICATION TO TURKEY.

    Great Britain, France and Russia and Italy here notified the Porte that her capitulations which were the outcome of the international agreement ...

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  58. GERMAN REGIMENT WIPED OUT.

    During the fighting with the Prussian Guard on Wednesday the British completely wiped out a Jaeger regiment of 3,000 men. ...

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  59. ANOTHER GERMAN MOVE.

    Ten thousand Germans between Desselgsem and Waereghem started south we towards. They and the telegraph and telephone wires and broke ...

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  60. WATCHING FOOD PRICES

    Mr. Ian Macfarlan, the well-know barrister has been appointed a epunsel to assist the Price of Foods Board in ascertaining the quantity ...

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  61. EGGECTIVE FRENCH ARTILLERY

    During the attempt to cross the Marne the Germans endeavoured to build bridges of boats. The French artillery reduced them to matchwood ...

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  62. COMBINATION AGAINST THE TURKS.

    The "d'Italianos" Bucharest correspondent states in a despatch that Roumania, Bulgaria and Greece have agreed to take common action should ...

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  63. RESCURES AT WORK.

    Fifty men were below at the-time, but a band of rescuers was organised, and 20 have been brought to the ourface, five of whom are badly burnt. ...

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  64. AT TERMONDE.

    It is stated officially that the Germans were routed with heavy lasses at Termonde. Before the evacuation the Germans burut 1100 out of 1400 ...

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  65. GERMANS EVACUATE ST. DIE.

    It is officially stated that the Germans have evacuated Samt Die. Fifty Uhlans exhausted by fatigue and hunger surrendered at ...

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  66. ITALY'S NEUTRALITY.

    Germany and Austria-Hungary are again endeavoring to induce Italy to abandon her neutrality. They point out that her action ...

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  67. CAR AND GIG COLLIDE.

    A motor car containing Messrs. Leonard Righetti, of Heywood and Calder Oliver of Melbourne collided at Bermont on Saturday night with a [?] ...

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  68. ENEMY SHORT OF AMMUNITION AND FOOD.

    The "Daily Chronicle's Bordeaux correspondent reports that the Germans have exhausted their petrol causing a shortage of ammunition. ...

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  69. THE BATTLE OF THE MEAUX.

    The battle of the Meaux resulted in clearing the Ourea Valley of Germans. ...

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  70. TERRIBLE SCENES.

    A "New Courants" correspondent describes his visit to Termonde. He states that there was dense smoke with a horrible smell of burning ...

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