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  2. NAVAL OPERATIONS SUBMARINE WARFARE.

    It is reported that German submarines are again operating off the American coast. ATTACK ON STEAMER. ...

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  3. AERIAL OPERATIONS ENEMY ACTIVE ON BRITISH FRONT.

    In his aviation report issued to-night Sir Douglas Haig states:— Enemy aircraft are active on the northern part of our front. Ten ...

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  4. SALONIKA FRONT

    It will be remembered that just before the German offensive between Rheims and Soissons, it was reported that the shock troops had been taken to the rear for further training in field tacties. The same report is now to hand, and it is supposed that the offensive will follow immediately. The ...

    Article : 186 words
  5. GERMAN FOREIGN SECRETARYSHIP.

    From a reliable source it is learned in Copenhagen that the Kaiser has accepted the resignation of Dr. Von Kirhlmann, the German Foreign ...

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  6. NEW BRITISH MINEFIELDS

    Colonel Repington, the well-known military writer, referring to-day to the uneasiness displayed in German newspapers regarding the now British ...

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  7. FRENCH REPORT.

    This afternoon's French official communique states:— Seven German aeroplanes were brought down and two captive ...

    Article : 38 words
  8. THE ROYAL SILVER WEDDING

    The King and the Queen of the Belgians are now visiting London in connection with the silver wedding of King George and Queen Mary. It has just ...

    Article : 384 words
  9. ATTACK ON BRITISH SUBMARINE.

    A semi-official statement issued in Berlin says that a German observed the British submarine C25 in the Thames Estuary, and attacked it, and killed ...

    Article : 161 words
  10. SINKING OF NORWEGIAN STEAMER.

    Seven of the crew of the Norwegian steamer Augvald, 3,406 tons, which was torpedoed and suck in mid-Atlantic by a German submarine, landed at New ...

    Article : 57 words
  11. THE RUSSIAN SITUATION. INTERVENTION OF THE ALLIES.

    Russian newspapers which have arrived in England show that Allied intervention on the Murman Coast forestalled the German attempts to close ...

    Article : 167 words
  12. THE BRITISH FRONT ACTIVITY IN SOMME AND ANCRE REGION.

    In his official report this morning Sir Douglas Haig says:— We repulsed local attacks to the eastward of Villers-Bretonneux last ...

    Article : 113 words
  13. BABIES OF THE EMPIRE.

    Lord Plunket, formerly Governor of New Zealand, presided to-day in London at the opening meeting of the Babies of the Empire and Motherhood ...

    Article : 116 words
  14. AMERICA AT WAR NEW YORK SENSATION.

    A. Rumeley, publisher of the "New York Mail," has been arrested on a charge of perjury. It is alleged that he swore that his ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. THE ITALIAN FRONT.

    Between June 15 and 25 British and Italian aviators brought down 107 enemy machines, dropped 6,000 bombs, and took 3,000 photographs, travelling ...

    Article : 55 words
  16. PENSIONS AND PARTY POLITICS.

    In the House of Commons this afternoon. Sir J. E. Barlow, the Liberal member for Frome, moved,—"That it is essential that all questions relating ...

    Article : 131 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN SUCCESSES.

    The United Press Association correspondent on the Western front states that the Australians near Merris (on the Lys River front) have ...

    Article : 69 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN AIRMEN.

    Mr. Gilmour, the Australian Press Association representative, writes:— have visite a flying squadron which is teo latest battle squadron of ...

    Article : 324 words
  19. POSITION AT VLADIVOSTOCK

    The Soviet rule at Vladivostock collapsed like a house of cards. The Czecho-Slavoks have reinstated the municipal council, and established a ...

    Article : 122 words
  20. PROHIBITION.

    A resolution has been introduced in the United States Senate prohibiting the sale of intoxicants after December 31 next except for export, prohibiting ...

    Article : 43 words
  21. GERMAN OFFENSIVE.

    Military experts are of the opinion that the first German lines are now thinly held by second-rate troops, as the first-rate troops have been ...

    Article : 54 words
  22. FEROCIOUS ARTILLERY.

    Mr. Philips Gibbs writes:—The ferocity of the German artillery firing on Monday was mainly intended as retaliation for the English, Scottish, and ...

    Article : 279 words
  23. GENERAL WAR NEWS LABOUR AND THE WAR.

    The dispute in London aircraft factories, which arose owing to the dismissal of a shop steward, is extending, and now 20,000 employees and 60 firms ...

    Article : 373 words
  24. SHIPBUILDING IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    A record in shipbuilding has been established at the yards of Messrs. Workman, Clark and Co., in Be[?]ast, who completed a standard ship in ...

    Article : 45 words
  25. AMERICAN WIRELESS NEWS.

    The Department of Agriculture July forecast of wheat production is 891,000,000 bushels, compared with 651,000,000 bushels in 1916, a record ...

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  26. AUSTRALIAN RAIDS.

    The night before last the Australian infantry again pushed forward that part of its line which is immediately on either side of the Somme River. One ...

    Article : 182 words
  27. WHITE SEA REPUBLIC.

    A message received in Amsterdam from Moscow states that simultaneously with the establishment of a White Sea Republic, a new State has been ...

    Article : 66 words
  28. FOR VALOUR.

    The King held an investiture at Buckingham Palace to-day, and decorated Private Henry James Nicholas, of the New Zealand Infantry, with the ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. THE ANTI-GERMAN MOVEMENT.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that diplomatic despatches received state that events in Russia and the successes of ...

    Article : 160 words
  30. SALONIKA FRONT ADVANCE OF THE ITALIANS.

    The Italian official communique issued to-day states:— Our troops in Albania yesterday advanced to the westward of the ...

    Article : 125 words
  31. THE FRENCH LINE

    This afternoon's French official-communique states:— Artillery firing is in progress on both sides north of Montdidier and ...

    Article : 161 words
  32. GERMANY'S SECOND ARMY.

    Mr. Percival Phillips, the war correspondent, writes:— The German Second Army's lot is unenviable. It is in the Ancre Valley ...

    Article : 596 words
  33. ITALIAN TRAITORS.

    The Rome correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" states:—The courtmartial has begun of four Italians named Carpi, Mosehini, Azzoni, and ...

    Article : 164 words
  34. DOMINION MINISTERS IN ENGLAND AFTER-THE-WAR TRADE.

    Mr. W. M. Hughes, the Prime Minister of Australia, addressed a large public meeting to-day at the Queen's-hall, Langham Place, under the ...

    Article : 1,409 words
  35. THE PROBLEMS OF EMPIRE.

    The members of the Australian and New Zealand Club gave a luncheon to-day to Mr. W. F. Massey, the Prime Minister of New Zealand. Sir Thomas ...

    Article : 431 words
  36. TRIBUTE TO THE AMERICANS

    Mr. Lloyd George, the Prime Minister, in a speech to-dav welcoming Dr. J. H. Jowett, the well known preacher, on his return from Now York to take ...

    Article : 108 words
  37. MONASTIR REGION.

    A French communique on the Salonika operations, issued to-night, states Notwithstanding costly defeats on the Cerna River bend (south-east of ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. ALIENS IN ENGLAND.

    Recently six members of the House of Commons, at Mr. Lloyd George's request, examined the aliens question, and recommended that every male ...

    Article : 166 words
  39. AMERICAN SECTORS.

    General Pershing cables:— There is nothing important to report. Considerable German artillery ...

    Article : 35 words
  40. AUSTRIAN UNREST.

    The Emperor Charles of Austria has summoned the Reichrath to meet on the 16th inst. The situation is so obscure that it is impossible to foretell ...

    Article : 44 words
  41. WORLD'S FOOD SUPPLIES.

    The United States Department of Agriculture announces that the 1918 wheat crop is estimated at 891,000,000 bushels, which is 90,000,000 bushels ...

    Article : 34 words
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