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  2. OFFICIAL MESSAGES

    The following cable message has been received by Sir Ronold Munto Ferguson Governor-General from Mr Walter Long, Secretary of State for the ...

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    [?] the cable news on this page so headed has appeared in the "Times" [?] to Australia by special permission. It should be understood [?] opinion: are not those of the "Times" unless expressly stated to be so ...

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  4. MINOR ACTIONS IN WEST

    Reuter's correspondent at the British headquarters telegraphing on Monday said:—An operation south of Meteren (east of ...

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  5. HUNS NEXT BLOW

    In the House of Commons Mr Lloyd-George the Prime Minister said that in replying to a question by Mr Asquith in the course of the debate on 18th June ...

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  6. [?]USTRIAN RETREAT

    The Austrians are in full retreat," as the announcement made by Mr [?]George the Prime Minister on Sunday Evening. ...

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  7. DEPUTIES' CONGRATULATIONS.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rome says that 200 members of the Italian Chambers of Deputies marched in procession to the Premier's office to convey the ...

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  8. POSITION IN RUSSIA

    M. Volodarsky a prominent Bolshevik leader and commissioner of Press affairs has been shot dead in the open street reports a Petrograd message ...

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  9. GREAT DEMONSTRATION.

    Reuter's correspondent at Rome says that a great demonstration in honor of the army was held in the beflagged. Venezia Square. ...

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  10. GEORGIA CONTINUES WAR.

    Georgia has decided to continue the war against Turkey, reports a Moscow message. The Armenians have defeated the Turks. ...

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  11. SUBMARINES IN WHITE SEA.

    Reuter's correspondent in Moscow in a message dated 7th June says that in replaying to the note of M. Tehiterin the Russian Foreign Minister profesting ...

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  12. AUSTRAINS ON THE PIAVE.

    Italian correspondents describing the battle on Sunday said that the onrush of the Italians was sublime. The Austrians who crossed the right ...

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  13. [?]EFEAT WAS A CRUSHINE ONE.

    It is understood that the Austrian de[?] was a crushing one and that it will impossible for the enemy to resume a [?] offensive for several weeks. Some ...

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  14. BESSARABIAN HARVEST BAD.

    It is announced by the Bessarabian Minister in the Roumanian Cabinet that owing to the drought the bessarabian harvest is extremely bad. ...

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  15. AMERICAN MESSAGES

    The U.S. Consul at Melbourne has furnished to Reuter the following wireless from Honolulu:—A two billion dollar (£100,000,000) war ...

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  16. THE PIAVE BATTLE.

    General opinion says the Paris correspondent of the "Times," acclaims the Piave battle as one of the great victories of the war. ...

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  17. MASSES CROWD BRIDGES.

    As Italian war correspondent writing Monday says:—The Austrians are not only beaten [?] suffered a partial disaster the ...

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  18. THE MONTELLO SECTOR.

    Concerning the Montello sector, Gen Sir Herbert Plumer commanding the British forces in Italy. wrote in the course of a despatch to the Secretary of ...

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  19. LIMBURG-RAILWAY

    In the House of Commons Mr Ronald M'Neill (Unionist) asked:—What are the terms on which Holland agreed to allow Germany to use the Limburg railways? Is ...

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  20. THE INTERNAL UPHEAVAL.

    Amsterdam messages from German sources do not minimise the turbulent condition of Austria-Hungary. The "Lokal Anzeiger" says:—The ...

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  21. HOPE CENTRED IN U.S.

    Washington reports that when a Paris newspaper interviewed Lord Northeliffe he said:—I believe that American alone can beat the Germans and I have ...

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  22. JOHANNESBURG MINES

    Mr D. A. Wailers, President of the Chamber of Mines, referring to the, industrial situation said that he felt that with all the facts on the table and nothing ...

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  23. CLOTHING FOR TROOPS

    Large contracts for the supply of Gething to troops are at present receiving consideration by the Tender Board at the Defence Department but the quantities ...

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  24. AMERICAN TRANSPORT SUNK.

    While a transport was returning to the United States it was sunk by a submarine Last Tuesday 700 miles east of New York. Eighty of the crew have been ...

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  25. MORE MEN NEEDED

    Sir Auckland Uoddes Director-General of National Service, referred to the manpower question in a speech at Manchester on Monday. He said that we still ...

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  26. U.S. SHIPPING FIGURES.

    By the end of June the United States will have haunched 1,000,000 tons of shipping in six months, reports a Washington message. ...

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  27. CARELESSNESS CAUSES CONSTIPATION

    If you are constipated it is your own fault. It is caused by carelessness and can be corrected by cultivating careful habits. ...

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  29. JAPAN AND CHINA

    An agreement has been practically concluded under which Japan will acquire control of the output of the immousely valuable iron mine near Nanking capital ...

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  30. NEW POST FOR EX-MINISTER

    Brig-Gen J. E. B. Seely, M.P., formerly Secretary of State for War, has been appointed a member of the council for the new warfare group of the Ministry of ...

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  31. LUDENDORFF GOES TO VIENNA.

    It is reported that General Von Ludendorff who has been in control of the German offensive on the West front has gone a Vienna ...

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  32. ITALIAN DAY

    The subscriptions to Italian Day, next Friday, total £13,000. ...

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