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  2. CRISIS OF OUR FATE

    Mr. Asquith, who was the guest on Friday at a crowded luncheon in the Aldwych Club, where he had an enthusiastic reception, said:—It is useless to ...

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  3. THE AUSTRALIANS

    The Australians are steadily corroding the German line on the Somme and the Ancre like white ants. They have eaten their way forward now for over two miles ...

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  5. MANY DARING RAIDS.

    Of the three raids reported yesterday the one which put out a post to the north-east of Villers-Bretonneux was performed by a party from a New South Wales ...

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  6. GENERAL WAR CABLES

    Mr. Hughes and Mr. Cook have arrived in England after a good voyage across the Atlantic. Sir Joseph Ward and Mr. Massey attended a Cabinet meeting on ...

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  7. FEELING OF CONFIDENCE.

    The statement cabled yesterday that Germans are wore ready to surrender is symptomatic of the growing tendency of the enemy on this front. It may be that the ...

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  8. THE ANCANIA.

    The Cunard liner Ascania is shore on the Newfoundland coast and is breaking up. All on board were rescued. The Ascania was a steel twin-screw ...

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  9. SIR JOSEPH JONAS.

    Sir Joseph Jonas, formerly Lord Mayor of Sheffield, was charged at the Bow-street Police Court to-day with on various dates between September 1, 1913, and ...

    Article : 212 words
  10. A STATEMENT QUALIFIED.

    The reply of the Acting Prime Minister (Mr Watt) to the insinuation of Mr. Higgs, Federal member for Capricornia, that a new billet was being found for Mr. Hughes ...

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  11. THE FOOD OUTLOOK SATISFACTORY,

    Mr. J. R. Clynes (Parliamentary Secretary to the Food Controller), in informally discussing the food situation with lobby correspondents on the occasion of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  12. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

    President Wilson, in a letter to a women's suffrage leader, says:—"I endorse the Amendment to secure national women's suffrage and I hope it will pass the Senate ...

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  13. COLONEL FREYBERG.

    Colonel Bernard Freyberg, V.C., has been wounded for the eighth-time. Colonel Freyberg has been on active service ever since the landing at Gallipoli, and he has ...

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