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  2. THE POILU AND HIS PRIEST

    You will see him in any village where there are troops. He wears a cassock and on his arm is the band of the Red Cross, for he is attached to the hospital ...

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  3. RECRUITING CAMPAIGN

    The enlistments for last week were as follow:—Metropolitan: Balaclava 5 Batman 1; Bourke 2; Fawkner 2; Henty. 0; Kooyong 0; Maribyrnong 1; ...

    Article : 76 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN NATIONHOOD

    Speaking at the Australian and New Zealand tunecheon. Mr W. M. hughes commenced by referring to the great Austrian defeat. The Austrians he said ...

    Article : 896 words
  5. LATEST WAR NEWS

    Field-Marshal Haig at 12.40 p.m. on Tuesday reported that a raid by the Canadians on the night of the 24th June in Neuville Vitasse brought back 22 ...

    Article : 89 words
  6. ENLISTMENTS IN N.S.W.

    There were 72 recruits in the State yesterday and 313 last week. ...

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  7. THE ROLL OF HONOR

    Mr Rowe of 193 Eureka street, has received word that his son, A. R. Rowe 14th Battalion has been reported wounded for the third occasion ...

    Article : 42 words
  8. LANCE-CORPORAL W. MORCOMBE.

    Mr and Mrs Geo Morcombe of Snake Valley have been notified by the Defence Department that their son L-Cpl W. Morcombe has been wounded. Another son ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. "The Courier" Officer, 3.30 a.m. AUSTRIAN PRISONERS

    A message that left London at 1.35 p.m. on Tuesday morning says that there is no foundation for the statement that the Italians have taken 45,000 prisoners. ...

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  10. PRIVATE E. A. DAVIS.

    Mrs I. R. Davis Learmonth road Windermere has been notified by the Defence Department that her husband Pte E. A. Davis has been admitted to the Horton ...

    Article : 44 words
  11. CORNET PLAYER KILLED.

    Mr Geo. Holmes has received intimation that his son. Pte Lennie Holmes had been killed in action at the Front. Pte Holmes who enlisted some two years ago ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. IMPERIAL WAR CONFERENCE

    The following cablegram has been received by the Governor-General from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and was issued to-day by the Acting Prime ...

    Article : 544 words
  13. NOTHING WASTED

    The only thing on the battlefield that is wasted is noise. As yet the British Army has not found a way to conserve that. Many other by-products of war ...

    Article : 984 words
  14. CANADA'S REPRESENTATION.

    Sir Robert Borden's decision to split the representation of Canada between the War Cabinet and the War Conference indicates that the Cabinet is under ...

    Article : 203 words
  15. TRIBUTE TO THE FALLEN.

    Mr Andrew Fisher, Mr Massey Sir Joseph Ward and 230 Australians were present at the lunecheon. One hundred failed to secure tickets owing to the food ...

    Article : 209 words
  16. LIBERTY LEAGUE

    The Town Hall was not large enough to accommodate the huge crowd which desired to take part in the inaugutal meeting of the Liberty League. Dr O'Hara ...

    Article : 408 words
  17. GERMAN BOMBING PLANES

    Reuter's correspondent at the British headquarters telegraphing on the evening of the 24th June. says: Confirmation has been received from German sources ...

    Article : 153 words
  18. TELEGRAM IN CYPHER

    Frank Forbes, accountant, 230 Collins street, Melbourne was charged before Mr Phil. Cohen P.M., at the District Court to-day with that on 25th April 1918 ...

    Article : 322 words
  19. IRISH SITUATION

    Last night the police, closed the appreaches to the Smithfield corn market, Dublin and seized 121 sacks, containing altogether 10 tons of ammunition. It is ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. BULGARIA'S NEW CABINET

    M. Malinoff the new Premier of Bullgaria says Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent declared in an interview "Bulgaria remains faithful to her glorious ...

    Article : 117 words
  21. COLD SNAP IN SYDNEY

    Last night was the coldest for the season, the lowest rending being 42.1 degrees. The cold is said to be responsible for several cases of cerebral hemorrbage, two ...

    Article : 38 words
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