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  2. AMERICA ANGRY

    The President (Dr. Wilson) has sent a Note to Germany warning her that unless her illegal attacks on merchantmen carrying Americans are stopped ...

    Article : 736 words
  3. THE TRIUMPHANT BRITISH NAVY.

    Do the British people even to-day realise what they have done to Germany? asks "Public Opinion." So vast has been the activity of the British army and navy, so ...

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  4. PRESIDENT WILSON ACTS RESOLUTELY

    President Wilson has informed the United States Congress that in his latest Note on the submarine outrages he has declared that if Germany determines to continue the prosecution of "a relentless and indiseriminate war" against passenger and freight carrying vessels the American Government will have no ...

    Article : 296 words
  5. THE LITERPOOL RIOT

    The military authorities to-day announced from headquarters at Melbourne three sentances in connection with the recent Liverpool mutiny. The most ...

    Article : 406 words
  6. LOCKING THE MURRAY

    The Premier (Hon. C. Vaughan) has received a message from Mr. Holman, stating that the Amending Murray Waters Act, which completes the New South ...

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  7. WAR IN HOLY PLACES

    All that the Holy City stands for in the minds of Christians is threatened with destruction or eclipse by the wicked war into which the Kaiser plunged the world. ...

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  8. NATIONAL SERVICE

    When the House of Commons met on Wednesday the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquita) said he regretted to say there were material points of disagreement in the ...

    Article : 988 words
  9. RUSSIAN VIGOR

    An official communique published in Petrograd on Wednesday night says:- "The Russians at Ashkatine, to the west of Erzeroum, by a night assault, carried a ...

    Article : 190 words
  10. THE WHEAT POOL

    The conference of the Australian Wheat Board was concluded to-day. Mr. Grahame (Minister of Agriculture), who presided, issued aftenwards an official report, as ...

    Article : 551 words
  11. MESOPOTAMIA

    Mr. Candler, the war correspondent with the British Expedition in Mesopotamia, telegraphs:—"We are fighting the Tigris floods as well as the Turks. Much ...

    Article : 168 words
  12. THE BALKAN WAR

    Germany cavalry patrols yesterday entered Greece, and compelled a Greek company to remain quiescent while they blew up three railway bridges between Doiran ...

    Article : 139 words
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  14. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Senior-Constable Reiley reported to the watchhouse that shortly after noon on Thursday Mr. John Conroy, an attendant at the Museum, was riding a bicycle along ...

    Article : 113 words
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  18. BROKEN HILL MINERS.

    The arrangement for carrying on work on the mines for five days per week instead of four days will." said Mr. E. J. Horwood, president of the Mining ...

    Article : 144 words
  19. AN INJURED LEG.

    Mr. William Hunt, laborer, of Kilkenny, was on Thursday afternoon riding on the front of a trolly owned by Mr. R. O. Evers, as a companion of the driver, at ...

    Article : 84 words
  20. CARRIAGES DERAILED.

    This evening, while a train was proceeding to the racecourse to bring back racegoers, two carriages went off the line near Solomontown. One canted over at a ...

    Article : 70 words
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