Mrs. Cay is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Meredith, Rosenthal Mr. B. Papi, who has been spending a holiday in Brisbane and at ...Article : 585 words
BRISBANE, Sunday.— A sensation occurred at Bulimba this afternoon. A last named William O'Neill, aged 13, was blown to pieces by a live ...Article : 129 words
LONDON, Saturday.—Romours of the declaration of hostilities between Germany and Holland have been current to-day. ...Article : 182 words
CAIRO, Saturday,—The Sultan of Egypt, who was shot at last week, had a narrow escape. The Grand Master of Ceremonies, noticing a man ...Article : 182 words
LONDON, Saturday— A White [?]aper on the treatment of British [?]ra in Germany shows that Britain had constantly received proof of ...Article : 406 words
Local weather conditions are sorce what unsettled. Yesterday morning the sky was overcast and some light showers fell during the forenoon. ...Article : 48 words
LONDON, Saturday.—Mr.Lioyd George has met representatives of the wine and spirit traders when they privately discussed the ...Article : 175 words
MELBOURN, Saturday.— Light and fairly generally rains fell yesterday morning in some of the western districts of Victoria, and shortly ...Article : 241 words
COPENHAGEN, Sunday.—It has transpired that the German cruiser was in the Carribean Sea on the 4th November. While part at the crew ...Article : 84 words
LONDON, Saturday.—Three German spies have been arrested in London on a charge of having communicated naval and military ...Article : 201 words
PARIS, Sunday.—The sensational trial of Captain Herail, who was charged with murdering his wife at Comp[?]ne. where Hussans were ...Article : 128 words
PARIS, Saturday.—An advice from the Italian frontier reports that the warships of the Italian [?] departed suddenly from Spezia. ...Article : 208 words
LONDON, Saturday.—A German paper, the "Frankfurter Zeltung." describes Westphalia as an immense workshop, which is now producing ...Article : 117 words
CETTLNJE, Saturday.—Austrian aviators continue their wanton attacks on undefended towns. An aeroplane on Thursday dropped ...Article : 68 words
LONDON, Saturday.—The last three casually lists contain the names of 1292 killed, 2588 wounded, and 136 missing. ...Article : 60 words
LONDON, Saturday.—The "Daily Mail" states that arrangements are being made to issue a New Zesland loan, possibly a week [?]. ...Article : 96 words
Mr. G. Rodgers leaves, to-day on a visit to Toowoomba show. Mr. F. H. Solke, who is staying at the Tweed, is laid up with a ...Article : 328 words
LONDON, Saturday.—A Paris communique states:— "General Damade's expeditionary force has completed the voyage across the Levant ...Article : 45 words
COPENHAGEN, Saturday.— The Cologne "Gazette" publishes an article conspicuously entitled "America. What will it cost?" ...Article : 274 words
LONDON, Saturday.—It is reported that 40,000 Albanians are concentrated at Ti[?]. They are commanded by Turkish and German ...Article : 226 words
ROME, Saturday.—The newspaper "Messagero" states that the Austrians lost 300,000 men to the Car[?]athians, of whom one-third were ...Article : 772 words
SYDNEY, Satiurday.—A water [?]rain, from Goulburn was taking water to Mulwaree tanks on the main line, at about 7 o'clock yesterday ...Article : 273 words
PARIS, Saturday.—The French official observer in a Humming up reports his view of the situation:— "The large resources which Germany ...Article : 341 words
LONDON, Saturday.— A German submarine chased the British steamer Theseus (6721 tons), off the Scilly Islands, and signalled her to ...Article : 400 words
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