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  2. A VISIT TO FRANCE.

    Mr. F. J. Macoboy has received the following interesting letters from a friend: —"Australia House, Strand, London, ...

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  3. THE WEST FRONT.

    Reuter's correspondent at the British headquarters, telegraphing on Sunday, states that the enemy, who has been reinforced, is stubbornly resisting, and ...

    Article : 277 words
  4. PALESTINE FRONT. BRITISH VICTORY COMPLETE.

    On and around the plain of Esdraclon the Turks have found their Armageddon. A large portion of the Turkish army in Palestine has been accounted ...

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  5. MOST DRAMATIC COUP.

    The Australian Light Horse's and British infantry's coup in Palestine has proved one of the most dramatic of the war. ...

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  6. MACEDONIAN FRONT.

    Telegraphing from Paris, "The Times" correspondent says:—In their disorderly retreat the Bulgarians have reached the valley of the ...

    Article : 123 words
  7. Official Reports.

    BRITISH, London, Sunday, 3.30 p.m. —"The enemy resistance by 8 o'clock on the evening of Friday had collapsed everywhere except on the Turkish left, ...

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  8. Serbs Four Miles from Uskub-Salonika Railway.

    Reuter's correspondent at Washington says that a message says that the Serbians are pressing the Bulgars, and have advanced 13 mill's, and are now within ...

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  9. OFFICIAL REPORTS.

    FRENCH, London, Monday, 2.10 a.m. —"The French and the Serbians on Drachevise massif broke the serious resistance of the Bulgars, who were ...

    Article : 220 words
  10. SEVENTH WAR LOAN. BENDIGO QUOTA.

    Mr. M. G. Gindice, secretary of the Bendigo Campaign Committee of the seventh war loan, stated last night that £30,000 had been subscribed towards ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. OFFICIAL REPORTS.

    LONDON, Sunday, 11.10 p.m.—"The heavy artillery north-west of La Bassee that was reported on this morning was not pressed, and the positions are ...

    Article : 234 words
  12. EAGLEHAWK ACTIVITY.

    The Mayor (Cr. J. H. Webster) presided at a seventh war loan meeting at Eaglehawk last night, when satisfactory progress was reported. It was decided ...

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  13. GENERAL NEWS.

    An explosion of steam pipes on board the steamer Julia Stafford, of Brooklyn, with 200 men and women munition workers, resultd in fatal injuries being ...

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  14. THE TANK AT GOORNONG.

    GOORNONG.—The tank which is touring on behalf of the seventh war loan passed through the township on Monday afternoon. Addresses were delivered by ...

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  15. SUBMARINE WARFARE.

    Reuter's correspondent at Boston says that the enemy submarines are still operating, and they have sunk a trawker, The crew of 26 have been saved. ...

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  16. SITUATION IN RUSSIA.

    An order has been issued by the Kaiser that all Germans in Russia fit for dity must join the Soviet troops and oppose Japan and her Allies, who ...

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  17. WORK OF THE AIRMEN.

    BRITISH, London, Sunday.—"Flying operations were carried on during Saturday despite the clouds and the wind. We destroyed seven hostile machines ...

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  18. Mutual Repatriation.

    Reuter's Agency learns that arrangements are in progress for the mutual repatriation of British and Russian representatives. ...

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  19. COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS.

    MELBOURNE.—The Assistant Minister for Defence (Mr. Wise) has indicated that the Compulsory War Loan Contributions Bill will follow the lines of the ...

    Article : 186 words
  20. Sinking of Galway Castle.

    A meeting of the citizens of Capetown has held to-day in the City Hall, the Lord Mayor presiding, to express sympathy with the relatives of these ...

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  21. BENDIGO.

    The treasurer acknowledges with thanks the following donations:—A C.F. distribution, £45/10/: Bishop Langley, £1; Mrs. E. Cole, 10/. ...

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  22. Organising Russian Army.

    The Czecho commander General, Carda, has been interviewed by Reuter's correspondent, and he illuminated the significance of the Kaiser's warning as ...

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  23. With the Australians.

    Mr. Keith Murdoch, telegraphing from the Australian headquarters on Sunday. says that the cold winds begin to blow over the battlefront, and the heavy ...

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  24. FAREWELL TO SOLDIERS.

    A farewell concert was tendred to Privates H. Goyne and H. Bacon on Saturday evening in the State school, Epsom, and was largely attended. Mr. ...

    Article : 120 words
  25. I.W.W. INQUIRY.

    SYDNEY.—At the I.W.W. inquiry to-day, the evidence in support of the charges was concluded, and the evidence of the police was commenced. ...

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  26. LIBERTY SOLDIERS.

    Twelve American soldiers and an [?] [?] were [?]ting in a [?] [?] in [?] [?]ches. A visitor to the [?] [?] Italian newspaper correspondent, [?] [?] ...

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  27. RETURNED SOLDIERS' REUNION.

    The 15th Brigade of the Australian Imeprial Forces recently formed an association of returned men who were atteached to the brigade. The objects of ...

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  28. Enemy at Baku.

    A telegram from "The Times" Stockholm correspondent states that Russian eye-witnesses of the capture of Baku state that the inhabitants, chiefly the ...

    Article : 104 words
  29. INCOME TAX BY INSTALMENTS.

    SYDNEY.—It is proposed to bring into operation, but only in restricted form at present, and purely as an experiment, a system whereby people, who ...

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  30. THE CENTRAL POWERS.

    It is stated by the "Berlin Tageblatt" that the German political crisis began with the dismissal of Barou von Kubl[?]ann, the former Foreign Minister, ...

    Article : 122 words
  31. MELBOURNE.

    The Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) announced on Monday that he had received a telegram from the manager of the a[?]tate of lime factory, ...

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  32. Refugees Flee to Finland.

    It is reported by the Copenhagen correspondent of "The Times" that crowds of Allied refugees are fleeing toward Finland from Russia. ...

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  33. BOLSHEVIKS PRECIOUS TO GERMANY.

    Paul Ro[?]rbach, one of the aditors of the German review. "Dentsche Politik," makes an astonishingly callous confession of Germany's use of the ...

    Article : 194 words
  34. IN THE COUNTRY.

    SEA LAKE.—A welcome home social was tendered Privates J. H. Case, R. H. Phillips, and L. Tynan in the Sea Lake Hall on Wednesday evening. Each ...

    Article : 42 words
  35. Socialists' Meeting Dispersed.

    It is reported from Copenhagen that a meeting of Independent Socialists in Berlin, was dispersed by the police. Herr Hugo Haase, leader of the ...

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  36. INTERNATIONAL OUTLAWS.

    Expressing its own horror at the Belshevik rule of blond and ruin, the American Government has went suggestions to the Allied and neutral nations ...

    Article : 89 words
  37. NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS.

    One of my soldier friends writes thus to me from France (says Beachcomber, in the London "Express"):—"We are now 'resting' in a tiny hamlet miles ...

    Article : 112 words
  38. RED CROSS CARNIVAL.

    DRUMMARTIN.—It has been the endeavor of the Drummartin and Kamarooka folk to augment the funds of the Kamarooka Red Cross Society, and ...

    Article : 372 words
  39. THE ITALIAN FRONT.

    ITALIAN, London, Sunday, 7.15 p.m. —"The enemy attacked the salient of point 703 at Dosso Alto, which was admirably defended by the Czecho-Slovaks. ...

    Article : 52 words
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