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  2. THE GREAT WAR IN EUROPE

    Advices from Paris say that some battalions of the American troops are now in the first line trenches, and that the American artillery is ...

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  3. THE STRIKES

    Another step in the direction of the complete settlement of the strike was reached to-day, when the coal lumpers expressed their willingness ...

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  4. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' PLAINT

    The hearing was continued to-day, in the Arbitration Court, of the case of five unions against the Commissioner of Railways, for an ...

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  5. SWEDISH-GERMAN PLOTS

    It was stated yesterday that Mr. Secretary Lansing possesses new and important disclosures about secret German activities and ...

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  6. MILITARY CRITICS

    Military criticS admit that the offensive is a grim ordeal for Italy, and that it may be necessary speedily to come to her aid ...

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  7. NORTHERN AREA

    A German official wireless message to-day says that the enemy again attacked south-westward of the Houthulst wood, but gained no more ...

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  8. GORIZiA EVACUATED

    An official report issued at Vienna to-day says that the Austrians have occupied Gorizia, and the Italians have withdrawn across the Isonzo. ...

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  9. RUSSIAN REPORT

    A Russian official wireless message to-day says:—"Our artillery dispersed several scores of men who were fraternising with the Germans in ...

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  10. AUSTRO-GERMAN ADVANCE

    A German official wireless message to-day says :—"The rapid development of our united attack on the Isonzo was ...

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  11. ADVANCE IN PASSCHENDAELE

    The "Petit Parisien" states:—"The Canadians and British made a fine thrust yesterday at Passchendaele and Polderhoek. The Germans ...

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  12. ALLIED AIR RAIDS

    Advices from Berlin say that the allied air raids on industrial towns in Lorraine and Luxemburg resulted in the killing of six persons and ...

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  13. FRENCH ADVANCE

    Last night's French communique reports:—"Our further attack in Belgium began at five o'clock this morning ...

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  14. ITALIAN ADMISSION

    An Italian official, wireless message to-day reports:—"The failing resistance of some of the units forming our second army ...

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  15. DEATH OF AN AIRMAN

    Naval Flight-Lieutenant Arthur Frank Brandon, aged 24, an Australian, who won the Distinguished Service Cross by bringing down a ...

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  16. NEW SOUTH WALES

    An application was made to judge Rollin in the Industrial Court to-day for the cancellation of the registration of the Newcastle Wharf ...

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  17. AUSTRALIAN ARMY RESERVE

    Colonel Kenneth MacKay, C.B., V.D., Director-General of Reserve, explained to a largely attended meeting of the Returned Soldiers ...

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  18. FIRST COMMUNIQUE.

    The first American headquarters communique says:—"Some of our battalions, in continuation of their training, and in view of the ...

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  19. AUSTRO-GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS

    An authoritative report from the Italian front that has recently arrived says that the position there has been grossly exaggerated. So ...

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  20. FURTHER PROGRESS.

    To-day's French communique reports:—"Our left made continued progress in Belgium in the peninsula of ...

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  21. MACEDONIAN FRONT

    General Sarrail, interviewed here yesterday, denied the reports that his army intended to withdraw. Nothing could be farther from the ...

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  22. FIRST SHOT FIRED.

    The Americans fired their first shot at 6 o'clock this morning, and there has been intermittent artillery fighting since. ...

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  23. BRITISH ADVANCE

    Sir Douglas Haig reports to-day:—"We improved our positions slightly last night in the neighbourhood of ...

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  24. WEST AUSTRALIA

    The enrolment scheme drawn out by the Federation of Employers of Waterside Labour for the future control of labour on the Fremantle ...

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  25. AUSTRALIAN ARMY

    The Defence Department has received from the Australian correspondent at the British Headquarters in France the following ...

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  26. FOOD ECONOMY

    A campaign has commenced arming to induce 500,000 women to sign a food economy pledge, supporting Mr. Hoover. President Wilson has ...

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  27. ADMIRALTY REPORT

    The Admiralty reports:—"Our naval air service on Friday night bombed the Lichtervelde railway junction and made direct hits, causing a ...

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  28. LATEST OFFENSIVE

    The Defence Department has received from Mr. Bean the following message, dated the 28th :—"In the present offensive the ...

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  29. GERMAN PLOTS

    A Brazilian despatch asserts that a message sent to Count Luxburg when he was in the Argentine reveals a German plan for the invasion ...

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  30. AMERICAN OPINION

    A military authority of high rank says that the Austro-German drive will play havoc with the Italians. The situation is the most serious ...

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  31. FLOODS IN THE EAST

    News was received in Adelaide to-day that the Mypolonga bank on the River Murray had broken. The inundation of Mypolonga means the ...

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  32. ANTI-GERMAN LEAGUE

    A largely-attended meeting was held at the Town Hall to-day, under the auspices of the Anti-German League, with the object of ...

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  33. THE AISNE FRONT

    Last night's French communique reports:—"We made fresh progress to-day on the Aisne front, from Chevigny and occupied the Froidmont ...

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  34. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Much discussion is going on over a suggestion that the Irish Convention should be permitted to appoint a Viceroy's Administrative Council ...

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  35. GENERAL WAR NEWS

    There was indescribable enthusiasm yesterday over the war loan. The banks utilised all their employees as bond sellers. Others sold in ...

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  36. GERMAN CLAIM.

    To-day's German official wireless message says that the French, deeply echeloned, were repulsed with sanguinary losses eastward of Filain ...

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  37. THE ITALIAN FRONT

    War correspondents are unanimously of opinion that the present great Austro-German offensive means a fight to a finish, because ...

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  38. CANADIAN ADVANCE

    The Australian and New Zealand armies are delighted at the success achieved by the Canadians upon the heavy Passchendaele slopes, where ...

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  39. SPANISH CABINET RESIGNATION.

    In connection with the resignation of the Spanish Cabinet, the Premier, Senor Dato, explains that the King desired to consult the various ...

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  40. A HUGE SUCCESS.

    The American war loan Las been a huge success. The total subscriptions exceed five billion dollars. ...

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  41. VICTORIAN REPORTS.

    The chairman of the Water Commission stated to-day that there had been a considerable increase in the flood level at Echuca, where the ...

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  42. SENSATIONAL GERMAN BOOK

    The German Government has prohibited the exportation of a sensational book, entitled "Lessons from the War," by General Baron von ...

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