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  2. THE GREAT WAR IN EUROPE

    A Herman official wireless message to-day says:—"in addition to their main attack, the English yesterday attempted an advance on Gheluvelt ...

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  3. BRITISH BATTERIES SAVED.

    The "Times" correspondent at Italian Headquarters, Mr. G. Ward Price, says:—"All the British batteries were saved by great efforts. ...

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  4. THE STRIKES

    A conference was held to-day before Mr. Justice Higgins in Chambers in connection with the dispute between the Waterside Workers ...

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  5. GERMAN MUTINES

    The German soldiers in the Beverloo camp, including veterans, mutinied when ordered to proceed to the front. The mutineers shot at ...

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  6. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The United States Steel Corporation pays 63 million dollars tax on three months' profits. ...

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  7. CARE OF COMING HARVEST

    With respect to the resignation of Mr. Sibbald from his position as general manager of the Wheat Scheme, the Hon. Minister, Mr. ...

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  8. SHIP CONSTRUCTION.

    Mr. Hurley, chairman of the Shipping Board, says that the shipyards will deliver seven and a half million tons in 1918. Every assistance ...

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  9. ITALIAN PATRIOTISM.

    The "Messagero" says:—"The third army managed to save rich stores of munitions and guns from the Carso. The Germans have ...

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  10. BRITISH MEAT SUPPLY

    The Food Controller has appointed Mr. F. T. Boys, of New Zealand, Director of Meat Supplies. ...

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  11. WAR WITH AUSTRIA.

    The Italian crisis is said to have caused renewed pressure for a formal United States declaration of war on Austria. It is reiterated ...

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  12. JAPAN'S SACRIFICES.

    The Japanese Ambassador, in endorsing the food pledge week, called on the Americans to make, immense efforts and sacrifices. He pledged ...

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  13. INTERESTS OF THE TRADE.

    A meeting of wholesale meat traders held at Smithfield to-day formed a central body to confer with the Government departments ...

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  14. AMUSEMENTS

    The management of the Majestic Theatre have secured the 6-part Blue Bird Co. drama, "The Evil. Womeaa Do." This picture met ...

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  15. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Legislative Council to-day, a private member's bill was carried by a large majority, deleting thr preference clause from the ...

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  16. BRITISH REPORTS.

    Sir Douglas Haig reports to-day: "The enemy fought an artillery action last night against the positions we captured yesterday, but made no ...

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  17. SEA AND AIR

    The Admiralty reports:—"The shipping arrivals at British ports last week were 2285, and the sailings were 2321. Fourteen vessels ...

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  18. SHIPS HELD UP.

    Many Scandinavian ships are tied up here, lacking allied permits. ...

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  19. WAR TRIALS

    Captain Yeats, a medical officer who served with the Samoa expedition, and who claims that he has not resigned from the New Zealand ...

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  20. PRISONERS ON TUESDAY.

    Sir Douglas Haig reported last night:—"We took 191 prisoners on Tuesday, northward of the Ypres-Roulers railway, including three ...

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  21. HENDERSON NAVAL BASE

    The Commonwealth Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works took further evidence to-day from Mr. Settle, director of ...

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  22. GENERAL WAR NEWS

    The Premier, Mr. Holman, at a luncheon tendered to him to-day, gave a graphic picture of what he termed "the extraordinary ...

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  23. GERMAN STATEMENTS.

    A German official wireless message to-day says:—"Our movements in the C[?]ic Alps continue in accordance with plan. ...

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  24. ITALIAN REPORT.

    The Italian Admiralty reports:—"The shipping arrivals at Italian ports last week were 439, and the sailings were 376. Two steamers ...

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  25. RADIO PICTURES.

    A particularly good programme will be screened by the Radio management to-night, including two excellent special subjects. One is ...

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  26. RECRUITING CHARGES.

    Dr. Sinclair was acquitted at Whitehall to-day on the charge of hindering recruiting. Two civilians were sentenced to a year and three ...

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  27. ITALIAN FLANK THREATENED

    German newspapers state that General Krobatins's army is ad[?]ing on the upper Tagliamento and threatening to outflank the Italians ...

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  28. FRENCH REPORT.

    The French Admiralty reports:—"The arrivals last week at French ports were 838, and the sailings were 795. Two vessels over and one ...

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  29. DISMISSED THE SERVICE.

    A court-martial has dismissed from the service Captain R. G. Brown, of the Anzac Provost Corps. ...

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  30. YPRES ANNIVERSARY.

    Among the messages to the newspapers on the anniversary of the first battle of Ypres one from Mr. Andrew Fisher says:—"For a time ...

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  31. ITALIAN REHEAT.

    To-day's Italian communique reports:—"Engagements occurred yesterday in the halls of San Daniele del Friuli, along the Lodra canal ...

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  32. SINKING OF A SUBMARINE.

    Survivors who have arrived at an Atlantic port from the American steamer Lewis Luckenbach, torpedoed on the 11th inst. on the French ...

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  33. MISCELLANEOUS

    The King held an investiture a Buckingham Palace to-day, and conferred decorations on 200 officers, men, and nurses, including ...

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  34. LYRIC PICTURES.

    The screening of the new programme at the Theatre Royal, Boulder, last night was a success. Those present manifested considerable ...

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  35. AIRCRAFT ACTIVITY.

    In his report last night, Sir Douglas Haig said:—"Our bombing squadrons last night dropped two tons of explosives on the Roulers ...

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  36. CADORNA'S TACTICS.

    Cable messages from Rome say that General Cadorna is extending has masterly retreats. The third army may be able to execute a ...

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  37. RAID ON DUNKIRK

    Enemy aeroplanes last night dropped thirty bombs on Dunkirk, but hitherto no casualties and no damage have been reported. ...

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  38. PRISONERS IN TURKEY.

    In the House of Commons to-day, Mr. I. F. Hope said that the conditions of British prisoners in Turkey gave cause for constant anxiety. No ...

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  39. GLIDEAWAY GARDENS.

    There was a large attendance at the Glidenway, Boulder, last night. "In the Web of the Grafter" is a thrilling American drama, exposing ...

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  40. COLOGNE PRECAUTION.

    Owing to the fear of air raids, the valuable stained glass in Cologne Cathedral has been replaced by ordinary glass. ...

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  41. MARSHAL JOFFRE'S EXAMPLE.

    Critics point out that General Cadoma's plan is to cheek the enemy's advance by establishing himself in defensive positions where ...

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  42. POST-WAR TRADE.

    It is reported that President Wilson's dictum against commercial boycotts after the war is finding favour with the allies. Various ...

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  43. BUTLER'S PALACE GARDENS.

    "Paddy O'Hara." featuring William Desmond and Mary McIvor, was last night shown to an appreciative audience at the Palace ...

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  44. AIR RAIDS ON ENGLAND.

    An official statement this morning says:—"An aeroplane crossed the Kentish coast this morning, but did not penetrate far inland. Being ...

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  45. ADMIRALTY REPORT.

    The Admiralty reports:—"Our air service on Monday night raided the Sparappelhoek and Varsenaere aerodromes. The visibility was ...

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  46. BRITISH GUNS WITHDRAWN.

    The British guns at the Italian front have all been successfully withdrawn. ...

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  47. TIN AND TUNGSTEN.

    The Press Bureau says that the Ministry of Munitions is inviting owners of tin and tungsten mines in Cornwall and Devon to establish a ...

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  48. FRENCH REPORTS.

    To-day's French communique reports:—"North of the Aisne an artillery struggle proceeded on the whole of the Vauxaillon-Pinon ...

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  49. GIRLS' FOOTBALL MATCH.

    In connection with the victor secured by the team of girls from Montgomery Bros., Boulder, over selection from Montgomery's, ...

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  50. DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES.

    The following probates, etc., were granted during the week:—Probates. Jane Anne Elliott, late of East ...

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  51. STAND ON THE TAGLIAMENTO.

    The "Matin" states that the waters of the Tagliamento are swollen by violent rain storms. This should be of advantage to the ...

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  52. RELAYS OF AIRCRAFT.

    The Press Bureau states this morning:—"Hostile aircraft crossed the south-east coast in relays between 10.45 and 11.30 last night and ...

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  53. CAPTURES IN OFFENSIVE.

    Last night's French communique reports:—"Our offensive on the Aisne between the 23rd and the 27th instant yielded us 11,157 prisoners ...

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  54. EGYPT AND AFRICA

    The Commander-in-Chief in Egypt reports:—"Three thousand Turks, with twelve guns, attacked our cavalry outoosts on Saturday. Though ...

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  55. UNIVERSITY FEES

    At a meeting of the metropolitan Council of the A.L.F. to-night a resolution was carried strongly protesting against the proposal to ...

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  56. GERMAN CHANCELLORSHIP

    The Pan-Germans are dissatisfied with Dr .von Hertling's appointment as Chancellor, particularly because lie is a Bavarian and Roman ...

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  57. PROPERTY DESTROYED.

    The Socialist paper "Popolo d'Italia" declares that the Germans under Marshal von Mackensen have wantonly destroyed Italian property ...

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  58. "FRENCH FLOWER FLUTTER."'

    A novel entertainment will be held in the Kalgoorlie Town Hail to-night, under the auspices of the Alliance Francaise. Both "glands ...

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  60. INVASION OF ITALY

    The "New York Times" advocates a declaration of war on Austria, thereby enabling America to send guns and munitions and other aid to ...

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  61. EAST AFRICAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Commander-in-Chief in East Africa reports:—"The Germans excelled from the Mahenge district towards the Luwearu River ...

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  62. CONFIDENCE IN THE ARMY.

    Signor Orlando has sent a message to General Cadorna, assuring him that the Government and people retain full confidence in the army and ...

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  63. POSSIBLE SOLUTION

    Dr. von Hertling finds his difficulties to the acceptance of the Chancellorship insuperable. The majority party representatives have ...

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  64. AMERICAN AFFAIRS

    A fire last night in Baltimore destroyed piers and munitions intended for France. The damage is estimated at five million dollars. ...

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  65. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE.

    A euchre party and dance will bo held in the Town Hall, Kalgoorlie under the auspices of the Children of Mary on Tuesday night. Misses ...

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  66. LATEST GERMAN REPORT.

    A German official wireless message early this morning says:—"We have been successful in engagements in the Tagliamento plain. Our ...

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  67. LOAN AND MUNITIONS.

    The Government has loaned Italy 230 million sterling. President Wilson has discussed the position with Cabinet Ministers, and has ...

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  68. GERMAN LOSSES

    Official advices say that Herr Ledebour, speaking in the Reichstag, admitted that the German losses totalled six millions, com ...

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