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    Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green, of McKenny street, Ripponlea, have received word that their, youngest son, Private Victor Green, died on April ...

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  3. The Imperial War Cabinet.

    In the House of Commons the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) said he desired to report to the House the very important decision which had been ...

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    Cr. Noel L. Murray, ex-Mayor, has been appointed permanently to the honorary magistracy. Mr. Lloyd J. P., during the ...

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    Among those reported front the front as missing are Privates A. D. Officer and G. T. Officer. Private A. E. Parkinson was killed ...

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    Such of the Cable. News on this page so headed has appeared in "The Times," and is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to be so. ...

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  7. Waves of Infantry

    The Germans are fighting ferociously on the French and British fronts. A French commentator states that the Germans made massed attacks ...

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    Mr. George Fairbairn has received cable advice that his son, Clive Prell Fairbairn, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant in the Scots ...

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    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig reports:—"During night fighting at Bullecourt we progressed further through the village and reached the western ...

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  10. British Tanks.

    General von Ardenne, writing in the "Berliner Tageblatt," describes the British armored "tanks" as the most wonderful weapon that modern tactics ...

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  11. MALVERN.

    Corporal A. Bailey was killed in action on, April 25. Private E. C. Garner is reported to be dangerously ill. ...

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    Sergeant H. J. Perkins was killed in action on the 19th April. Mr. Justice and Mrs Isancs have taken a new flat at "Myoora," ...

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  13. German Strength.

    A French correspondent says :— "Between April 9 and May 11 the Germans engaged on the Franco-British front comprised 84 divisions of which ...

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  14. A Historical Event.

    At a luncheon given by the Navy League, Sir Edward Carson First a Lord of the Admiralty, in proposing the toast of the United States Navy, declared ...

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    The following report for the mouth was submitted to the Library Committee, at a recent meeting, by the City Librarian (Mr. A. E. ...

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  16. KOOYONG.

    It hardly sons twelve months since the foundation stone of All Saints' Church was laid, yet on Saturday the anniversary of that ceremony ...

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    We have to record with regret the death of Mr. Edward Lull, Vail, a councillor of Prahran from 1863 to 1871, and Mayor of the Municipality in ...

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  18. Italian Dash.

    Reuter's correspondent at Udine says that the Italians immediate objective, namely the Tyster Mountain, on the left book of the Isonzo, was attained ...

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  19. Russian Crisis.

    After negotiations lasting all day, an agreement was reached between the council or workman and Soldiers' Delegates and the Government, under which ...

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    Corporal W. L. Hope is among those reported missing at the front. The Public Health Board has approved of the opening of the ...

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  21. Something Doing.

    A French communique states:—"Fresh enemy attempts to retake the ground we gained in the Laffaux Mill region failed. The struggle which was ...

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    On Sunday evening last, at the Albert Park Presbyterian Church, a special Anzac comnuemoration service of praise was held, when all the ...

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  23. Italian Guns True.

    The "Times correspondent at the Italian headquarters says that the notable feature of the action in the northern sector was the extreme accuracy of the ...

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  24. Quick Change of Scene.

    The "Petit Parisien" says:—"There have been startling fluctuastions in the fighthing at Bullecourt. The Germans launched from their right at ...

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    The Ladies' Bowling Club is holding another euchre party at the Park Theatre on Monday evening, 28th inst., in aid of the British Red Cross ...

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  26. Roeux Retreat.

    A German official message states :— "Owing to a strong English counter attack we gave up ground captured at the village of Roeux. ...

    Article : 99 words
  27. Russians at Riga.

    The Nordsud Agency reports that on the Riga front in spite of German threats to, overwhelm them on with asphyxiating gas, the Russian regiments are ...

    Article : 66 words



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