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The Auckland Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The evening News, Morning News and The Echo. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1917. AUSTRIA AND THE NORTHERN SLAVS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
The Auckland Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The evening News, Morning News and The Echo. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1917. AUSTRIA AND THE NORTHERN SLAVS. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrong that needs resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that tee can do. Within the past three years the prominent position that Serbia has taken on the world's political stage has familiarised most people with the idea of Southern Slav unity and nationality, and has prepared us for the establishment of a gTcat Jugoslav State, combining all the scattered and divided elements of the race after the war. But it must not be forgotten that Serbia and Croatia stand • for only one-half of the great Slav problem, and that in the north of the Ausl trian Empire there is another Slav question which urgently demands a clear solution or an adequate answer. Bohemia is the centre of a great slav population which is literally hostile to the Teutons, both Austrian and German, ajid which has p...
THE WAR IN PALESTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
THE WAR IN PALESTINE. Since the first months of the war the , British mounted arm has had its best j opportunities of distinction in Mesopotamia, and on the Egyptian front. Sir i Douglas T'tig and at least two of his army commandere are cavalry men. but I the time when they can use divisions of cavalry as thunderbolts has not yet l arrived. Elsewhere, in less important area*, high reputations as cavalry leaders ! are being made by British generals. The handling of the cavalry in the Kut- Bagdad offensive seems to have been mast skilful. There is news to-day of a highly successful cavalry operation on the Palestine front. The British Army that is threatening Gaza has its frontbetween Gaza and Rafa, and on its right I flank is the Turkish base of Beersheba. 'A railway runs from Jerusalem to Beersheba, and thence to El Aujah, on the Egyptian frontier, and this railway is a menace to the whole right of the British operations. When we advanced to the frontier of Palestine south-cast of E...
SHIPPING FUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
SHIPPING FUSION. SIR J. MILLS' STATEMENT. AN&quot; IMPROVED RETURN. LONDON, June L A memorandum regarding the pro. posed fusion of the Union Steamship Company with the P. and (I. Company has been issued to shareholders in the Union Company by Sir -lames Mills chairman of the London board of directors. He states that the P. and 0. Company will make the c__sh payment in respect of shares transferred to it on July 1 at whichever office the shares are registered. The board of directors of the Union Company recommends the exchange on the, grounds that it offers an immediately improved return on their investment to shareholders totalling IGA pe r cent. compared with ten per&quot; cent from the Union Company in I9ig and also that the basis of security and earning power will be broadened. &quot; The fusion offers improved trailing facilities in New Zealand. Australian and Pacific waters, and between Australia and New Zealand and Britain. No changes in the control and...
SOLDIER'S BROKEN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
SOLDIER'S BROKEN HOME. DIVORCE DAMAGES. £1.000 DAMAGES AWARDED. (By Telegraph.—-Press Association WELLINGTON. Friday. A petition for divorce by George Sydney Kerr, of Trentham. quarterniaaterarmourer-sergeant, was heard in the Supreme Court to-day by Mr. Justice Hoiking and a jury of li. The respondent was Harriet Mary Kerr, and Raymond ictor Bythell was cited as co-respondent. Petitioner said that the parties were married on February 7. 1908. in Blenheim, and there was one child of the marriage, lie al.eged that in or about July and August. 1910. Mrs. Kerr frequently committed adultery with Bvtheli. In addition to a dissolution of the mamafe petitioner asked that the corespondent should be made to pay £51)0 damages. &quot; Wrongdoing was admitted by the defence, but it was conteuoed that it wa_ caused by cruelty and neglect on th_ part of the husband. The point at issue was the question ~f the damages. The jury returned a verdict for petitioner with .1.000 damages, double t...
THE WAR TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
THE WAR TAX. SCGGESTED ALTERATION. (By Telegraph.—.Press Association.) DCNEDDT, Friday. A resolution was carried by the Otago branch of the New Zealand&quot; Society of Accountants expressing the opinion that taxation required by the Government for war purposes should be in the form of _■* additional or special tax graduated ou the same Hues us ordinary income tax. The resolution stated that the experience of the past year confirmed the opinion of members that tin- .system of excess profits taxation was inequitable, and in application to .litlTvnt bu-itli-sscs gives rise to many anomalies ami frequent injustice. -V deputation will interview Sir Joseph Ward on his return.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
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TURKISH RAILWAY DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
TURKISH RAILWAY DESTROYED The Austrian Emperor, in his speech at the opening of the first session of the Reichsrath since the war began, unequivocally announced his desire for peace, if it could be obtained on anything like the status that existed prior to August, 1914. He announced, however, that, failing satisfactory negotiations, Austria would continue the war till the desired end was reached. Matters on the western front continue quiet, a few patrol raids on the British front and some successful counter-attacking by the French in the Aisne being the only notable features of the past day or two. British naval aircraft raided the enemy lines in Belgium and dropped many tons of bombs on important positions. The Anzac Mounted Division, which has performed so gallantly during the eastward march from the Suez Canal, has made another magnificent assault on the enemy's line to the eastward of the Egyptian frontier, reaching to within five miles of Beersheba, and covering a force which d...
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR'S FRANK AVOWAL FOR PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR'S FRANK AVOWAL FOR PEACE. PREPARED TO ENFORCE GOOD END TO WAR. (Received 10.15 a-m.) AMSTERDAM, June L The Emperor Carl's speech from the throne at the first war session of the Reich-rath solemnly declared his determination to discharge his duties in a coD-titutional and democratic spirit. He would respect the constitutional liberties of his people, but reminded his hearers that the Constitution left the question of peace and war in his hands. He promised reforms ensuring the development of the various nations of the monarchy, subject, however, to a state of unity. He proceeded: &quot;We frankly and unambiguously announce our willingness to conclude peace based on mutual appreciation of each other's position. without feelings of revenge.&quot; He alluded to Russia's peace desires an_ hoped that the same frame of mind would spread to the other belligerents. Wnile the Central group fought irresistibly for its honour and existence, it re_ia:ne_ well dis...
CZECH'S LIKELY TO CAUSE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
CZECH'S LIKELY TO CAUSE TROUBLE. AMSTERDAM, June 1. Reports from Vienna of the first meeting of the Austrian Reichsrath since the outbreak of the war indicate that Dr. Cross, the leader of the German National League, will be elected President. Indications are that the session will be a stormy one. The Czech parties, who have a numerical superiority, have united in order to insist on the foundation of a single Slav State, while tbe Poles and Socialists demand the union of Galicia with an :_-.pendent Poland, having an outlet to the sea.
AUSTRIANS' HEAVY LOSSES IN ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
AUSTRIANS' HEAVY LOSSES IN ARTILLERY. MACHINE-GUNNERS FOUND CHAINED TO THE GUNS. (Received 10.30 a.m.) ROME. June 1. Austrian prisoners declare that the Austrian losses in guns, are incalcul&quot;&gt;.e. The forty captured by the Italian.- form scarcely a tenth of the actual losses. T_e &quot;Daily ( hronicle's&quot; correspondent at Monfalcone states that the ott-nitroured enemy practice of padlocking machine-gunners to the guns has teen proved on the slopes of Mont llermada. The gunners were chained by We ankle to the tripod and by the waist to the gun-barrel. Prisoners assert toa*. t_e i .e_ is to prevent the retreating gunners abandoning the guns, but is suggested that the Austria is are employing Rumanians in this manner. 'A- and N.Z. Cable.)
NO PRISONERS TAKEN OR MERCY SHOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
NO PRISONERS TAKEN OR MERCY SHOWN. KAISER ORDERS TROOPS TO HATE THE BRITISH. (Received 10.30 ajn.) LONDON, June 1. Rf-uter'r heaihjuarters correspondet. te, amplifying the Kaiser's speech at Arras, says he told the soldiers that they must hate the British as heartily M their caparity f-,r righteous wrath permitted. No prisoners must be ■Men or mercy shown in future. S-bsequently he contradictorily informed them that all prisoners must .eated wit!, the utmost severity, and forbade any fraternising whatever. ißenter*
BRUTAL SAVAGERY IN SERBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
BRUTAL SAVAGERY IN SERBIA. CAPTURED INSURGENTS SHOT DOWN BY MACHINE-GUNS. SALONIKA, June 1. Authentic details of the rebellion in Serbia i.-i February reveal that the gents numbered 13.000. &quot;ierman and Hulgarian troops attacked them w crushp, l the rising, ,-aptunng 6,000 prisoners. Two thousand of these condemned to be lined before long, deep trenches specially dug. and •teL '' V ma '' h - ne &quot;g un 3 manned by Germans. The corpses were immedi ing into the trenches and buried. The remainder of the prisoners to Asm Minor. The whole population of the two disaffected n of ,.i; n ani ] Tjrnova, including women and children, were handed -« the lurks, who deported them to Asiatic provinces.—( &quot;Times.&quot;)
DASHING RAID BY MOUNTED ANZACS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
DASHING RAID BY MOUNTED ANZACS. DIVISION REACH TO WITHIN 5 MILES OF BEERSHEBA. T-V._i_.TY MILES OF RAILWAY DESTROYED. LONDON, June 1. The correspondent of the &quot;Daily Telegraph&quot; on the Palestine front, Mr. W. T. Massey, reports a da-lung llritish raid ou -.lay 2.1. when engineers and mounted men under Major-..eneral Cuauvel, commanding the Anzac Mounted Division, destroyed _v miles of railway south of Beersheba. The An_acs and Imperial cavalry, who covered the raiding detachments, reached a point live miles from Beersheba, and repulsed an attack by two brigades of Turkish cavalry. -Mr. .Massey writes:—-The Turks have again felt the force of a British cavalry stroke. The British commander lecided tv destroy tlie greater part of the railway south ea_-t of Beersheba. Mounted troops vi the desert column, under Major-General L'hauv.l. made another of those dashing raids which have characterised the operations of the column since Christmas, ami simultaneously atta...
TURKISH CLAIMS COMPLETELY REFUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
TURKISH CLAIMS COMPLETELY REFUTED. (Received 2 p.m.) LONDON. June 1. Mr. W. T. Massey, correspondent of the &quot;Daily Telegraph&quot; on the Palestine front, reports that the enemy nviatorors on May it attempted to cut the railway pipe line at Salvena, but were driven off before they were able to do any damage. It is pointed out in London that Mr. Masecy's telegram disposes of a Turkish communique claiming that the railway and pipes were destroyed.— (A. and N__. Cable.)
FRENCH RECOVER LOST GROUND IN THE CHAMPAGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
FRENCH RECOVER LOST GROUND IN THE CHAMPAGNE. LIVELY ARTILLERY WORK NORTH-WEST OF RHEIMS. (Received 10.1.&quot;, a.m.i LONDON, June 1. A French communique states that fairly lively artillery firing is in progress in the regions of Vauxaillon and LafTaux. north-west of Kheitna. In the region of Hill 108, which is south of Berry au Bac. the enemy exploded several mines and occupied the elements of the trench., wrecked by the explosions. By a vigorous counterattack in the Champagne we ejected the enemy at points where they obtained a footing last night north-east of Mont Haut, our line being completely restored. A thousand shells fell in P.hcims on Monday and about two thousand on Tuesday.—(A. and N__. and Rcuter.)
THE FAMOUS FERRYMAN'S HOUSE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 2 June 1917
THE FAMOUS FERRYMAN'S HOUSE AGAIN. BOMB AND BIG GUN FIGHTING ON BELGIAN FRONT. (Received 10.30 a.m.) LONDON, June 1. A Belgian communique states:—Particularly lively bomb fighting is in progress near the Steenstraete ferryman's house, where some of the most fu: ous fighting occurred in the first weeks of the war. An artillery duel is in progress near Dixmude.—(A. and N.Z. and Reiner.)