|AUSTRALIA'S FIRST NAVAL FIGHT||1|
|Freeing an Empire’s Commerce. Raider Crushed in Grim Sea Duel.||4|
|“Pride of the German Navy” Driven Ashore.||8|
|Cable Station on Direction Island.||9|
|Enemy Strikes Flag.||9|
|Trail of the Raider Shown.||10|
|LIST OF OFFICERS AND AUSTRALIAN CREW OF H.M.A.S. SYDNEY.||11|
|ROLL OF HONOR-KILLED AND WOUNDED.||11|
|GERMAN PRESTIGE HUMBLED.||15|
|WHAT THE WORLD’S PRESS SAYS:||16|
|“The Day” finds our Navy Ready.||17|
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