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Bathurst Times (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Bathurst, New South Wales He a is 1r Jot i Here s your Opportunity to save Ifni key a i a i instead of leaving certain Good lines to s a he Fetiu cedi at our Sale we have a Asci Tittl to Muce tiie prices. 5 now Plua Axi Jimalu the list j you will had some go Hewman s purified real Down quil is ventilated. The 6 Rouk socials in towels bought when Cotton a ? 8. \ of v. 1/xiiiiurxisi. ? Egl Bio White try ish Tosto a fco 50 inches 9jd ouch. P toilet Usu heavier ii ii Xuy of 3/ a a a a a a Eatn. Gobi single ii he in of a i syn if h Liou i a bed jneyc0mb quilts ivta8/il� x0 9goujj value in Blue great Buie flits single bed 7/11 w a hero i Kurtev Ticu a Iii in in a ii Uuie ded lax Jet air. Bali car valid in in Utz Juliy 3/u, a xxx and an units Ujj. Also in Luwi us prices. My go. I just Oik Jimj again. 5? Edgley s Cream do xxi i Uja Nelette. Jes Fri 30 incli., 0d, 7id, Sid 9id, said 33 Inch. Till Sid did lord a. Yiu a 30 Iii ii. Bad Oil Yuja Laid xxi quid. W Kyj jul. ? Foj sedum by s now. values in turks. Black. Haiie Anil i Oxaline . Loci Tilko wovers m a. Ivus. Long 3iu. ? wide Imus. Luiey ii. Waco xxx a 8 1/0 2yds. Long Usu. Wino 1.5/0, Al i Ilyas. Long of. Wide 10/11, Ali Liiv of Imus. Long of. Emu to Aio Auu. Muil Vej to 1 Iuliu to of xxx tug Suu of 7/0, Bli q9 10/h, 15/11, 18/9. A a a ? ? ? a @ a the h0m� of g00o values g a Kitcy both ill Law ? dry towels Are necessary in of to a a in every household. ? the Ideal Towel rack has it a v & been cleverly designed for that Pur Sash ?-,.-? i we ? pose. By its Aid All Kitchen Bath or is Mikil w in Miff other towels May be quickly dried and xxx i fax f properly aired. 2/6 at webbs. Sir ? note the free passage of air Between a. Pm j of r 0f is / a2 6 at Webb s. Slife in a by Ivr i towels May be removed instantly As a a Al a j ? ? required. ? i theh not in use the arms May be folded inwards out of the Way. T another real Friend for the housewife made perfect Iro inc and skirt Board. I1 we Simms in 111? r. Ism my or e. W Kiib. Of Bathurst in memorial. In Loving remembrance of our dear father John Gall Arhur who de parted this life on the 22nd of May iq12. Inserted by his Loving daughter and son in Law Bridget and Norman col Lins. Gone but not forgotten. The stuff that Flroes Are Mado of. Among Tho men gains to the front is Hev. 11. Grozier me thu list minister of Ohata Wood Lio being Icil to medical corns. A cd. Or. Crozier wad to Huva is Ilcus by one of the mail Ste Mere but a Jiu inst was Maile that i10 no company Man Tho troop ship on Tho ground of Liis influence As u minister. He it Viii co foil in with Tho request and will share the men s life Aud hardships a they come giving up Tho comforts of the bit mail boat. To la Tho stuff thut heroes Are made of. Bar Nurst a Sajiw a saturday May 22, 1815 by True Way. Italy s entry. Italy has entered the War. The Long spoken of inevitable has materialised. A former ill fitting and unnatural member of the triple Al Giancci i she has now thrown herself into the Scales on the Side of the triple entente. And her weight will certainly count. Italy has a big army a 1 the latest estimate of the effective forces being set Down at Over three millions a Well equipped and full of spirit for the fray. She also possesses a valuable Fleet. In to ski we Are More directly interested since it is assumed that some of the Craft will be sent along to help the allies in the Dardanelles against the turks. The following figures Indi Cate Italy s naval Power in com Parison with that of her immediate enemy Italy. Austria. Dreadnoughts. 7 4 pre dreadnoughts. 8 ? 9 first class cruisers. 9 1 Light cruisers 11 ? 9 destroyers 40 in other torpedo Craft. 75 so submarines ? 20 14 Italy also has an additional dread nought almost ready to be launched. In the other valuable military Arm a Aerial forces a Italy also predominates. She has about a dozen airships As against the three or four in the pos session of Austria Hungary. Her Fleet of aeroplanes is said to have been considerably augmented of late Italy s military intentions Are As yet Mere conjecture but it May be logic ally assumed that her Complete land forces will be centred on her Northern Frontier to meet the threatened aus Trian attacks As Well As those which the germans Are said to be preparing. The physical position of., the prospective new Battle front and the fact of Germany s and Austria s pressing engagements elsewhere Are not Likely to cause much alarm As to the outcome of the clash. In any Case should the enemy decide to hurry the necessarily heavy forces to the italian Frontier it would mean a corresponding weakening of strength in Galicia and Flanders or some other part of Tho present Battle lines. Besides the pre supposed removal of portion of Italy s facet to the Dardan Elles it Way be accepted that the warships will have something to a before the austrian ports on the Adriatic. The other neutrals. Coincident with Italy s definite move is the increased probability of action on the part of the Balkan neutrals. The effect which Italy s intervention must have on the general position is calculated to stir rout mania Greece and Bulgaria to activity in probably that order. It is generally accepted that All Are agreed upon War when the favourable time comes it seems to have arrived now. Some months age Italy and Roumania entered upon a compact which was said to have bound them to a simultaneous move and that agreement it is believed still exists. Certain recent russian activities in Bukovina Are also taken As significant of Roumania s Early decision to. S de with the allies. The positions if Greece and Bulgaria is influenced by the relation of the one country ?5 the other. Some agreement Between them is confidently anticipated. Turkey Well knows Bulgaria s is position towards her and has established a big Force near Adrianople in fear of an armed attack. Greece As a whole is unquestionably a r5. Our Side and it might be Jonfrid whether her King s opposition to War will continue to hold her Back. Bur before she can move any of her land forces against the turks the agree ment of Bulgaria whose territory interposes would first have to be ser cured. However All obstacles i the Way of the Balkan states participation in the conflict Are Likely to be swept away by Italy s definite intervention. Local and general when to shoo. Do your shopping Early to Day All shops close All Day on monday. Empire Day fireworks Dav. Monday being a Public Holiday trip Public Are urged to buy their fireworks to Day. Lii largest cheapest and Best assortment is at Luckhurst s. Discontent among the Bull s eve Hen. There is in tie Dovci Otoi the local Rifle in a some of Olio i com Plain that the methods of conducting Tho shouts on the Are rot All that Jui Muu. Nut in one Man a work a every Man s Job in Manj that go to male1 up a Well Organ ipod Rifle club and As a consequence Here is a lifting of the when certain scores Are announced. This is not right and it is matters will to put on a proper footing at once. Western districts Hospital. Or. Flowers is still dealing with Tho question of selecting the most suitable town for the erection of the proposed Western districts Hospital. This was a Promise made to or. Holn Inu when to accepted Tho presidency of Tho legislative Council. Or. Flowers Hopes in this connection to visit Bathurst Orange Blayney and other towns in Tho near future. Empire Day celebrations. At Tho special meeting of the Bath urst . & p. Show committee in Hussell Street yesterday the president or. Mcphillamy suggested that they should Chargo Tho Empire Dav Neonilo a sum for Clearing up Tho ground after monday s celebrations just As Tho Bel Gian carnival people were charged. Or. George said to would guarantee that Tho ground was cleaved up after Tho monday celebrations adding to want to get As much Money As to can this us Suraco Satis Jed Tho con Mitt of. Tho cadets. Permission has been Given the cadets to join in the belgian procession to Day. Military in procession. Major Pringle requests that b com Pany 41st Jie Gimont fall in at Parade to Day at 1.15 . To join in the Becj Gian procession. Cadets and procession. The cadets Are notified that they Are to fall in at the Drill Hall at 1.15 to Day to take part in the belgian procession. On the Rise. Tho Price of Steak in Bathurst has been increased from 5d and 6d to 7d per Pound. Sausages have gone up from 6d to 7d per Pound. A belgian drop. Some Days ago or. J. A in Yre Forton Park threw out a suggestion Hiil Oach Farmer in the but burst District plough and sow a portion of his landform the . A tin a on Liis Owr suggestion air. Ail Tyro has finished a portion of is of a Laud for the pin pose named. Be now says he thinks to will Fly Tho belgian fling Over that bit to show where it is. Play the crop and its Price both to records Ami May the generous act Luing a bumper har Vest to the giver. To night to Nicht Kincs in the City 2300 feet when the Blind see 2000 fett Pathe s eng. Cazette 700 it Pathe s War Cazette s00 it Joffre Zibelin at pm goo it a coloured girl s love Keystone he Waits for Ever 1000 feet comics and full orchestra. 27th Australia s unknown 4 reels change of Advt. We have been requested to draw at Tention to Ball and Welch s new a Clit in to Day s Issue. Any lady who wants a new Blouse and what lady does not will loud the firm s announce ment of particular interest. To might. Sir Herbert tree in 4000 Rixi no. 7 series Trey o hearts 2000 feet pimple in kitties Cazette Etc. Empire night concert. The following gifts will be auctioned at the children s concert on Mon Day night next a 1 belgian Cushion donated by mrs. Mclean 1 Empire Cushion mrs. Kaiser 1 Brussels lace Blouse Madame Eugenie 1 Bel Gium Cushion mrs. Rutherford. Football. On monday next there will be a foot Ball treat for the people of Bathurst. Randwick Tramway Rugby league will play Bathurst on Tho show ground at 3 . An exciting match is Guaran teed As the visitors contain some of the flee test league exponents in All Sydney grades. Tha �5 brigade. The magnificent sum of 225 which was reached As a result of the times list in Aid of the belgian Relief has been funner augmented by a Cheque for a from or. J. H. Stewart the mount to Day s Trot. Tho following entries have been received for the tit on the show ground this afto noon in connection with Obj belgian carnival a Ivory boy Sperry try again Molly picture Klein it Dardanelles Kelso s Pride Betty Nell. Draper Lansdowne despised a to it Mack. Entries will be to Contd on the ground up till 3 o clock. Robbins the troops. Some despicable Logue entered a tent at the live Pool Camp and Solc ,�13 belonging to the men of the tent. Or. Edgar Guinall one of the occupants of the tent escaped the thief s attention through being on leave and spending the night with friends in the City but one of the men who enlisted at Bathurst suffered to the extent of �13. The Money was in he tent through payments of wages having been made that Day. Red Cross society. At the weekly meeting of the ladies of the red Cross society held in the mayor s room yesterday after noon the sum of ,�20 was passed to Purchase comforts for our wounded soldiers from the Dardanelles. racial contributions for this worthy object were received by the Hon. Treasurer mrs. Ambrose As follows women s Christian Temperance Union per mrs. Lynch �25 mrs. R. W. Peacockjr i. War gazettes at tha Burley. The extra big programme at the Burley will contain Kings in the City 2300 feet and when the Blind see 2000 feet also two Pathe War gazettes totalling 1500 fee general Jolt re Kibblin at pm 600 feet will provide another recent War to Faical. A coloured girl s love Keystone he Waits for Ever photoplay and comics will be included. 1 he full orchestra and the District band will Render selections. Australia s unknown four reel which is said to be extra Good will be shown on 27th inst. Trilby City pictures Trilby never has the City management introduced a better program than that billed for to night. S11 Herbert tree in Trilby will be screened to night for the first time in a. Hurst. The play is. Well known and the him form production is said to easily exceed the actual play staged itself. The film 4000-feet Long was produced by the London film coy., and is owned by the australian feature films which alone is a Good guarantee of its qual Ity. No. 7 series Trey o a carts and the popular pimple in Kilts will be shown patrons will do Well to make sure of a Good seat and Book at Natty Woods As this program is sure to fill the House to overflowing. Full City orchestra. Star to taht. The Star is presenting 10-night of of the greatest comedy programmes Ever seen in Bathurst and one Wiki has never before been attempted 10 place upon the screen an All Rcv Stone programme. This is precise what the Star is doing to night. The. Management have arranged with thei Sydney Exchange to commandeer All the available Keystone pictures around the City at a fair Cost so that they Cap give the people of Bathurst something which they have not been in the habit of getting in Tho Way of amusement. The management deserve great credit for their efforts. The programme is to be Liendo by the famous Charlie Chap Lin and includes miss Mabel nor Man the diver Keystone so Bret. Hud Stirling that laughter maker l atty. The scream or. Macle neti the popular stage director of the Keystone company and the famous icy Stone police with their funny mules and donkeys. If you do not want to cry tears of Joy to night do not visit Tho Star As you Are sure to want several pocket handkerchiefs with you. The management Promise two and a half hours screams without a break. No Money railway retrenchment duplication attn the West. Orange. For inv. The chief railway commissioner or. Harper in replying to a Munici pal deputation to Day admitted that it was a fact that there was no Money to be expended. There were 20,000 men in the rail no sir Vire win i had to be reduced to five Days a week. There were other retrench ments that must be carried out. Me added thai alien was a general scheme of duplication for the Moloi Iorange line which would have to be i shortly carried out. I in the parliaments. Tremendous enthusiasm. Home. I Ida. Tremendous interest was error infested in Tho assembling of parliament. Remarkable scenes were witnessed both i i the Senate and the chamber of deputies. The latter chamber was crowded 4s0 out of a total or 5u2 Mem Bers being in Ovten dance. Signor Giol Litti was the Only notable Absentee. The ambassadors of Britain Japan France and the United states wore among those present ail the deputies., will the exception of a group of 45 socialists join a ii applauding Gabriello Dannunzio t famous poet and advocate of into Rio. Tiona in the gallery. ? Puluha we i h Sohal Lito War against Austria and Germany. Intense �nthusa3ftf in the kingdom. Stirring scenes enemy ambassadors retained London. Friday. The sitting of the italian chamber of deputies yesterday were marked by intense enthusiasm. Every seat in the House was occupied. When Tho deputies had assembled the Premier Senor Salandra Rosy and said that to had to introduce a Bill to provide for the expenses of a National War. Prolonged cheering after reviewing the situation concern ing Italy prior to Tho outbreak of War to said that out of love for peace the country had suffered every humiliation at the hands of Austria. With her ultimatum to pc Ervia Austria had upset the Balkan equilibrium and injured italian interests in the b tikans. Jjck spite this violation by Tho triple Alli Ance Italy had struggled for Many months to avoid conflict Bill there was a limit to her time and Hev dignity in such efforts. Hence Tho government had found it necessary to denounce the Alliance on May 4. The Premier after endeavouring to suppress the continued cheering went on to d3clj.re that Italy must be United at this time when her destinies air. To be decided at this Tho entire chamber Rose and acclaimed the speaker the military of Fiecek a and the ministers present. The latter replied with shout3 of Long live Italy with regard to the King the pre Mier said we have Confidence in our i August chief mid that he will be pre pared to a Al ins army in Trio glorious future. The Bill providing for the War vote Ivaa passed by a Large majority. It was noticed that Tho socialists did not participate in the demonstrations. The proposal that 18 delegates should of appointed to cd amino Tho Bill passed by 307 votes to 54. The Senato unanimously passed Lii Jan patios resolutions. Ministers reticent. Rome Friday. Ministers maintain absolute silence As to what Steps Nie to to taken immediately. Railways under military control. Rome i Ida. Tirs minister for War has placed who railways under military control. The navigation of the Northern Adriatic has been suspended owing to the presence of numerous enemy submarines detaining enemy ambassadors. Profiting by experience. London. Friday. Italy remembering the ill Tiea Tinct of Tho French and russian ambassadors in Germany when War broke out has decided that Prince Bulow and or. Do Mocchio Gorman and austrian ambassadors shall not to permitted to Cross the Frontier until the italian ambassadors at Berlin and Vienna have returned sately. Tho King of Italy is expected to is sue a manifesto explaining the moral political and military reasons for the War. Switzerland. Strictest neutrality. Rock Friday. The Swiss minister has been ordered by his government to notify Italy that Switzerland intends to preserve the strictest neutrality. Four million men. Italian s statement. London Friday. The chamber of deputies has passed Salandra s Bill conferring on Tho government extraordinary Powers in connection wit j War credits by a huge majority. In italian Ous Nei 3 m in Ira Kirton says i have been called to the army so has my clerk. To have three million men ready and a million Airo Ariy on the austrian frontiers. It will to a Nico Shock for Germany an 1 Austria. Such enthusiasm in the army has never before been seen. I Hope with cur help the War will be the sooner j ended by the Complete defeat of Tho fun. Last door closed. Germany s commercial isolation. London. Friday. A Neutral correspondents is this is by last in Germany. The italian question is acute. German feeling is less an apprehension of Italy s military Power it is if a Imit Iii Gnu Ruusu Iai isolation. Officers of High Rauk have assured me that Tho military contingencies had Long been Foi Soei by. La incas Are scared Localise through Italy they had Access to t e resources of Lieut a countries. With the intervention of Italy Germany feels that practically the last door will be closed. Tho German press has Boon kept Well in hand lest their language might imperil Tho diplomatic situation. Some journals wore confiscated for writing strongly . Buy in Privato con Vorsa Tion Wrath i a expressed in Tho most violent terms. I heard hard words used against England but nothing to compare with those against Italy. Hunn Rino homewards. In this atmosphere i left Germany together with a number of italians Whu filled a train hurrying homewards. On Tho Way to met train loads of germans coming from Italy. On the Southern Frontier the guards were not Only strict j in Tho examination of passports and Luggage but almost brutal Tho italians wore even Moro strict. To were exposed to a continual invective of Tho officer in command London Friday. Tho times in a leading article says Italy True to her Best self is about to drawn tilt sword in the cause of Freedom. Tho facts in Tho italian chamber of deputies bears no Othor inti pita Ion. Tho people of Italy who last week revolved against treason Able intrigue recognised that Tho hour of their destiny had struck. Italy will Light not Only for Europe but also for the right to Deve lop according to native Genius and Rich traditions and to Ostapo from Tho Subtle Thra Dom of germanium which had begun to enslave her faculties prime minister s comment. Mel Boutine. Fri Ria. Tho intervention of Italy Saivii or. I Isher minister to a is another Ovi Jenc that this War was pro voiced anal brought about by Germany with the object of subjecting Othni nations to her own wishes and Pearce pleased. Valuable assistance. Melbourne Friday. Referring to Day to Italy s Declara Tion senator Pearce said to hailed ii16 decision to intervene with Delight. Italy would be a most valuable Aid. Personally to was not surprised by Tho. Decision As she had nothing to lira and overt Hirjig to gain by intervene Cion. Shorten the duration of the a r Sidney. Friday. Scon this opening or. Holman expressed himself delighted with the Enny of Loxly into the Var. The Advent of cur new ally he rom Orkild will materially shorten the duration of the War confirmed. Or. Fisher s statement. Melbourne Friday. In the House of representatives this afternoon or. Fisher confirmed the re port that Italy had declared War on Austria and Germany. Bulgaria Commora tation trom Britain. London. Friday. Tho Sofia correspondent of the times Ruport that a British dust foyer has aimed at Dedea Gatch and the commander has i edited the head of the jul Gurian 111 my. Jitu a Jilb to due Lul us. Lulu Usu Nec cd with a important military communication. Dedea Gatch is a seaport of Turkey in Miles of the Mouth of i. ? River the West. Enemy s formidable losses important British successes. Violent actions. London Friday. Field marshal sir John French in an official unto reviewing Tho lighting be a won april 24 and May 18, Saya the operations have resulted in Tho Complete driving Back of Tho enemy. On Tho evening of the 17th our Offen Sive by continual pressure established 11 Dehate Mastery Over Tho enemy Whoso losses were truly formidable. Our losses wore made up More of wounded than killed. It can be asserted that Boilore Lii i decisive engagement to had to obtain a moral Ascendancy. Supiping up a series of violent actions we have carried by storm three villages four lines of fortifications and three powerful redoubts besides killing 1000 germans and Havo destroyed at least three regiments. Tho abandonment of its Nova cod positions was singularly expensive to Tho German my. Bad weather. Minor French gains. London Friday. Tho latest Paris communique Tatos to tween nieuport and Arras Tho ground remains soaked and work is difficult. Tho Day was marked by Sharp artillery action in the course of Wuinn two German Are Opiana were brought Down. We Havo progressed Nouv Liwo Edcur by mining several re the enemy s trons its. We have maintained our �iiii3 n he , and has repulse1 in itt tick in the Bois d Billy taking i Rul Ches and Many prison am and Riih Seiv ing our gains terrible casualties. Lull in tee operations. Lot Ftp -.m. Fri inv. The times in Pas 1 be Calais says. I the Lull in the is accept Able to the enemy 113 it will Eurble his fatigued troops to a t a l re Atli and Bury Tho dead. Thirn is no in it that flier have been terrible casualties the submarines be Kiffany loses 17. Creams depressed. London Friday. Copenhagen states that it is reported in German Nayal circles that since february 18 Germany has lost 17 submarines. The loss of contain . Who perished when Tho u29 was sunk and who was responsible for the sinking of Tho Logue Cressy and Aboukier has greatly depressed the crows of other submarines. The ae2 australian thoroughness. London Friday. Tho pall mall Gazette comment ing on the loss of Tho australian sub Marino ae2, says a no incident Moro thoroughly exemplifies Australia s thoroughness in the War than Tho despatch of this vessel across half Tho world ? British casualties. London. Friday. I Tho latest British casualty list con 1 gains the names of 190 officers and 1400 1 men. Australian red Cross. London. Friday. Tho times red Cross fund acknowledges Tho receipt of another i jo3h from Australia making the total to Dato from Australia �100,000, bal poll heavy fighting big australian Victory. Enemy loses 7000 men. Our casualties number 600 ??.t/rnttt?/nrrc. Fri inv. In Tho House of representatives to Day or. Fisher stated that the Gover nor general had received the following message from general Hamilton general Bridges has died at Alex Andria. Tho whole Force mourns his irreparable loss which was avenged yesterday in a Brilliant action by his own troops which inflicted a loss of 7000 on Tho enemy at a Cost of loss than 500 to themselves general Birdwood wounded. 900 More casualties. London. Friday. Casualties in the australian ranks arc reported to the number of 000 in Gallipoli As Well As 150 in the naval division in the same Aroa. ? general Birdwood commander of an australian brigade Heads Tho oui idea. Important successes. Isolating enemy forces. F.o\tdon. Friday. A report from to Edos states that the British forces on the Heights sur rounding Rithia supported by troops from Gaba Tepe Are gallantly attacking the turkish position. An important Success has been achieved As Tho result of which the Allied forces have been enabled to prevent communications Between the turks around. Miclos and Wilid Bahr and those elsewhere on the Peninsula. The report that a decisive attack is imminent against the ? enemy s main position at Kalid Bahr and Zirithia has been confirmed. ? under Shell fire. General staff s position if Elbo june Friday. Speaking in the Senate to Day Sena Tor Pearce stated that Tho australian operating in Gallipoli Woro under lire. Even the general staff which usually of v i i j Safe position in the rear was also under fire. Members could thus form some impression of the conditions under which Tho great feat had Aen carried omit. French troops. London Friday. A Hava s message states that French troops have landed at Seoul Bahr to co operate against the turks positions near Rithia. Returning the wounded. Sydney Friday. The state government is actively arranging for Hospital accommodation for wounded australians. Naval Battle in the Baltic. Riga reported captured. London Friday. 11 is Aumorea that Tho germans have Ca Turoa Riga a big russian port in Tho Baltic. A private dispatch states Liat a Hia naval Battle in raging in Tho Baltic the Goeben. London Friday the Goeben put in an appearance at the head of Tho Dardanelles to assist the turkish movements Bat retired pre Cipa Tely before the fire of Tho big Bri Tish vessels lying at the near Side of the isthmus in the Gulf of Saros. The East desperate Battles it Ossian successes. Thousands of prisoners. Enemy s counter claims. London Friday. The latest Petrograd communique states in the Region of Tho left Bank of Tho River Vistula Bouth of Willica and also on the whole of Tho galician front the Battle continues with increasing intensity. At the Confluence of tin Rivera san and Vistula we have successfully at tacked the enemy taking 4000 prisoners. South of Przemysla the enemy attacked with particular intensity and Cap tured after enormous sacrifices some of the Advance trenches. We continue to repel the attacks on the Stry to Llomis front inflicting immense losses. Fighting continues on both ban a of the River Pruth and has a duped our advantage. In Tho so Ali Region we Liuva priv of the enemy Backen a was front. The German 0as3. London . A Berlin official message states Tho russian desperate to attacked the German defensive across the River san North of Przemysla but Wero repulsed with heavy losses. Austrian report. London. Friday. An official austrian announcement states near Sio Wawn Strong russian at tacks Woro room Sod with severe losses during Tho fighting on Tho upper in Ester front to captured 5g00 prisoners. More hopeful. The position surveyed. London , military critics surveying the rus Sian front Nagroo that Tho situation is More hopeful and Boli ovo that Tho grand Duke Nicholas is playing out a game to draw the enemy further from his bases. Overcoats if you want a comfortable overcoat that will fit you and Cive you satisfaction Call and inspect the bid Stock of Bannockburn and Irish and English tweeds at Meacher s. Overcoats at All prices in a 21j 25/, 27/6 to �3l3l. We also Are showing special value in boys overcoats. Good housekeepers who want to get the Best value for their Money in will inspect our Large stocks of blankets made from see our blankets for single Beds at 14/11 and 15/6. See our blankets for double Beds at 18/6 and 21/. And co., Ltd. Isusi est House in the West. Belgian Day fund. Donation account. Amount previously acknowledged ? ,�257 i o limes a a. O o o mrs. By. Lynch. 1 i o .�268 40 All donations to this account go intact Tot Tho National belgian fund and Are also included in belgian Day fund. Masonic Hall to night saturday ? our All a k e n ight headed by the inimitable Charlie Chaplin will be at the Star to Nicht. What you have seen others have not seen. Including what others have seen you have not seen. Miss Mable Normany Ford Stirling the greatest Keystone fatty Mac Sennett night Ever presented the famous Keystone in Australia. Police. And others. Every picture a Keystone. Come and Lauch till you bust. If you visit the Star to night tears will rain Down your face with Joy. You can scream till you cry. Two and a half hours of laughter. 6d stalls ? prices As usual ? dress Circle 1/. The a Cabinet practical certainties will Kitchener remain at War of i Ioe. Or. Churchill As military commands. London Friday. Tho parliamentary correspondent of i Tho times states that to political situation is very Little changed. It is practically certain that the Cabinet will include or. Asquith sir Edward Grev. Or. Lloyd Florra. Or. Mckenna lord Kitchener or. Bacnar Law me. Chamberlain or. Bal tour and Jim Henderson. The minor offices will be filled later on but the administration will be completed in Timi for the re assembling of on june 3. Liberal government ended London Friday. The times in a leading article says what is certain in connection with the administration a that the Liberal government that Lias Beon so Long in Power hns ended and that the our in future will be waged by a direct Repic sent Ativo coalition adjournment of parliament. Farewell to or. Churchill. London. Friday. Tho adjournment of parliament inst night until Juno 3 leaves a period for speculation us to Tho new Cabinet. Lord Fisher s reappearance at Tho admiralty is taken As meaning that Tho foyer Mont Bias refused to accept his resignation and that Tho departure of or. Winston Churchill As first lord of Tho admiralty is inevitable. Or. Churchill is n major in the territorial and it is regarded As possible that he will take a command in Tho firing Lino the daily news openly blames lord Kitchener regarding Tho shortage of shells and adds that it is yet unknown that he will join Tho now minis try. Nationalists stand aside. London. Friday. Tho nationalists it is under blood Havo suddenly decided to stand Ebido in Tho coalition movement. Correction. On readers will kindly note that Messrae. Webb and co s shops in George Street and Koppel Street will close at Ono o clock to Day and All Day on monday next
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