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  3. GREAT BATTLE IN FRANCE

    The great battle in France is raging violently. The French have won a brilliant success in the Champagne region. The Canadians have carried Reservoir Hill, and have opened the way to Lens. The British War Office reports that 257 doctors have lost their lives, and that over 700 have been ...

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  4. SHIPBUILDING IN AUSTRALIA.

    An important statement was made to-day by the Minister of the Navy regarding the intentions of the Government on the shipbuilding question. He indicated that if ...

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  5. FREIGHTS RISING.

    The American Trading Company of Australia received a cablegram from its New York office to-day, notifying that freight from New York to Australian ports ...

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  6. "SUBTLE CRAFT."

    The prosecution of a large number of city and suburban fortune-tellers for having "used certain subtle craft with intent to deceive and impose upon his Majesty's ...

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  7. THE NATIONAL LABOR PARTY.

    The agenda paper for the first general conference of the National Labor Party, which will be opened in Adelaide on Tuesday, and continued on Wednesday, is now ...

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  8. THE TRANSPORT PROBLEM.

    A meeting of the Commonwealth Shipping Board was held to-day to discuss urgent matters relating to transport. The Prime Minister stated subsequently that ...

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  9. COAL FOR PORT PIRIE.

    Mr. W. Robertson, general manager of the Associated Smelters, stated to-night that tbe position as regarded coal supplies had been considerably relieved. Two ...

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  10. SLAUGHTERMEN'S STRIKE ENDED.

    The slaughtermen's strike was settled to-day by Mr. Major's mediation, and the men will return to work on Monday. The terms agreed upon are:—(1) That Messrs ...

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  11. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

    The Nationalist Parliamentary Party, which yesterday appointed Mr. Lefroy leader, to-day appointed an organising and general purposes committee to report next ...

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  12. WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES.

    To-morrow will be the biggest day of the year at Albion Park Racecourse, the Albion Cup being the star event. Captain Dash, of the State recruiting ...

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  13. DAMAGES FOR "BREACH."

    The action was concluded to-day in which Myrtle Keane, of Fawkner-street, St. Kilda, domestic servant, claimed £2,000 damages from Thomas Greene, of ...

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  14. HUMAN NATURE.

    As stated in our report of the second appearance before the Port Adelaide Juvenile Court of the boy who, under the n[?]me of John Briggeman, posed as a little ...

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  15. A TASMANIAN KETCH WRECKED.

    A wireless message received to-day from Flinders Island states that Messrs. W. Holyman & Son's auxiliary ketch, H.J.H., has been wrecked at Badger Island, and all ...

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  16. THE PRICE OF TEA.

    The Minister of Customs (Mr. Jensen) gave an assurance to-day that the Government would not permit an increase in the price of tea merely because an embargo ...

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  17. INSULTING THE KING'S UNIFORM.

    May Longworthy (27) was charged at the Central Police Court to-day with having used, insulting words to Frederick William Farley on the Sydney railway ...

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  18. AN UNFORTUNATE MISTAKE.

    On Thursday the Governor-General presented a returned soldier Sergeant Ronald Mills, with a medal awarded by the Royal Humane Society for rescuing Signaller ...

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  21. GALES IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Stormy conditions continue along the coast, and shaping traffic is still hampered. Manv vessels are taking sh[?]lter. Steamers making port report having had a ...

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  23. WHEAT STACKS.

    Mr. Grahame (Minister of Agriculture) returned this morning from a tour of the southern wheat district, where he inspected the condition of the stacks. The position ...

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