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  3. Battle of the Amazons.

    At the Hyde Police. Court, Florence Ellul charged Minnie Johnson with assault and battery, and Minnie Johnson laid a similar charge against the first- ...

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  4. THE LATEST.

    A notable success by Anglo-French cavalry is reported. The Allies are said to have captured a German convoy and 850 mitraillcuses. ...

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  5. OUR DEBT TO BELGIUM.

    In the course of an address delivered to a large gathering of members of the Parramatta branch of the Liberal Women's League of New South Wales and ...

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  6. PARRAMATTA WOMEN HELP.

    From "Miss "Waug (" Waughope," Pitt-street, Parramatta) we have received the following list, showing the helpful work in the Empire's interests rendered by ...

    Article : 97 words
  7. THE WAR

    Antwerp surrendered to the besieging ""Germans on Friday after a severe bombardment extending over 40 hours. Vivid stories of the severity of the German ...

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  8. HEROISM AT ANTWERP.

    Of many instances of heroism by the Belgians in the defence of Antwerp, one given in a message from Ostend stands out conspicuously. When it was decided ...

    Article : 117 words
  9. PARRAMATTA PATRIOTIC SALE.

    Mrs. Margaret Creasey writes to the Editor of "The Argus": "Dear Sir,—I have a second-hand single-seated hooded bifggy, in good order. I should like to ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. "YOUR TURN, PARIS, NEXT."

    Bombs dropped by,German airmen in Paris on Sunday, killed0 four, persons and I wounded twenty, One of the aviators threw down a flag, on which was ...

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  11. ENGLAND'S BLESSING IN DISGUISE!

    Mr. J. T. Lang, M.L.A., was present at the sixth annual communion breakfast of. the Granville branch of the A.H.C. Guild, on Sunday morning, held in the School ...

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  12. IN BELGIUM.

    Writes a representative at tile front respecting the early days of the war in Belgium:— "Except for the soldiers, in the streets, ...

    Article : 380 words
  13. A DUTCH WORD OF CONSOLATION.

    The Amsterdam "Handelsblad" states that the possession of Antwerp may give satisfaction to Germany, but Germany has failed in the real object. The ...

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  14. CHIPS.

    G. A. Ferris has removed over F, E Hushes', Church and Argyle Streets. Tel. 317 P. The Germans captured, an enormous ...

    Article : 523 words
  15. DECORATIONS FOR GERMAN LEADERS.

    It is officially announced in Berlin that the Germans captured an enormous quantity of supplies of all kinds in Antwerp. The number of prisoners taken cannot be ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. WITH THE FORCES.

    Mr. Lance Adams, well known in the Liverpool district as relieving officer weekly at the local fire station, writes to tho Liverpool representative of "The ...

    Article : 112 words
  17. BEECROFT DRILLS.

    A public meeting was held in the hall of the Beecroft School of Arts on Tuesday night, for the purpose of encouraging elementary drilling of the men of the ...

    Article : 261 words
  18. "IT WAS INEVITABLE."

    Mr. Walter Runciman, President of the Board of Trade,speaking at Kingsway Hall, said there was no reason to be depressed,by the fall of Antwerp. That was ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. THE REV. O. H. PURNELL'S FAITH IN THE WRITTEN WORD.

    Whilst many good and gifted men are foretelling a long era of rest from war, as a result of the present war, on the sure evidence and certain prediction of the ...

    Article : 551 words
  20. WANTED THE £1 DEPOSIT BACK.

    At the Parramatta Council meeting on Monday, one of the letters rend was from the Hon. Director of the Young Australia League ("the biggest boys' organisation ...

    Article : 89 words
  21. HOW A "CAT" GOT "OUT."

    The "Cape Times" correspondent states that the German in South-West Africa have 10,000 well trained troops, 66 guns, many machine guns, and a large number ...

    Article : 131 words
  22. OUR BOYS "Al."

    We hear first class reports, upon good authority too, as to the vigilance and soldierly qualities of the Parramatta soldiers who have been away down the coast on ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. GIRL ARRESTED AS SPY.

    A mysterious golden-haired Polish girl, giving the name of Xella, was arrested recently at Toulon on a charge of espionage. The girl is stated to have arrived ...

    Article : 180 words
  24. HORNSBY AMBULANCE CLASSES.

    Work in connection with the recently formed ambulance elasses in Hornsby has been commenced in earnest. The Courthouse is the theatre of operations. The ...

    Article : 82 words
  25. LOOKING FOR FIGHT.

    On Saturday among the men enrolled in, New South Wales for one of the expeditionary forces was a full-blooded Ghurka, who was assigned to the infantry. He ...

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  26. MR. McLEOD'S "PICNIC."

    Mr. Murdoch McLeod; of Wellington, formerly a well known Parramatta man, in charge of the local flour mills, who started out in March lust on a tour of ...

    Article : 238 words
  27. A FRIENDLY SORT OF WAY.

    When a boy ain't got a penny and he's feeling kind o' blue, And the clouds hang dark and heavy and won't let the sunshine through; ...

    Article : 190 words
  28. A SWISS JOKE.

    A picture postcard has arrived in Paris from Switzerland which is said to be all the rage in the land of William Tell, and which shows the spirit at present ...

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  29. MRS. BECKER'S TRIALS AND DIFFICULTIES.

    Mrs. J. Smith, of "Viola," Carroll-street,'Lidcombe, writes with reference to the announcement as to the safety of her mother. (Mrs. A. Becker) "Dear Sir,— ...

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