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  • NAZI PLANS FOR NEW Hitler's Speech To-day PEACE TERMS

    The Reichstag has been summoned to meet in Berlin at noon to-day (9 p.m. Brisbane time "to hear a Government declaration." It is presumed that this will be the occasion ... [Article] (1335 words)
  • BRITISH GENERAL WAS IN POLAND Return To London

    LONDON, October 5.—Among the generals who escaped from Poland before the Russian and German forces completed their mopping up campaign ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (282 words)
  • Colonel Wynter To Be Brigadier

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — Several senior officers are included in a list of army promotions published to-day. Colonel H.D. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (77 words)
  • Government To Control Services Price

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — The national security regulations were amended to-day to give the Commonwealth power to control prices ... [Article] (241 words)
  • £5000 Cheque, Stamps, in War Chest Gifts

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — Gifts ranging from a cheque for £,5000 to a few uncancelled postage stamps are pouring into the Defence ... [Article] (150 words)
  • £100,000 FOR WORK ON MAIN ROADS State Employment Plans

    MAIN road works costing £100,000 will be released this month to maintain in employment the number of former relief workers who were found full-time jobs on road construction. The Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith) ...
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  • EMPIRE WAR CABINET Menzies For London

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — To form an Empire War Cabinet to decide major policy questions in the conduct of the war, Mr. ... [Article] (306 words)
  • Other News

    Price-Fixing Plan.—PAGE 3. Industry Census.—PAGE 2. Council to Pay By Debenture.—PAGE 2. ... [Article] (48 words)
  • FOUR MONTHS' CAMP Continuous Term of Training ARMY PAY FIXED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The War Cabinet released to-night rates of pay for the special force of 20,000, air expeditionary force, militia under special training, and reserve garrison battalions. ... [Article] (597 words)
  • Germans Exult Over Fires In Warsaw

    LONDON, October 5. — The destruction of Warsaw inspires German observers to flights of exaltation, says The Times' special ... [Article] (131 words)
  • Charges Against Ex- Sydney Man

    LONDON, October 5.—An additional charge of passing on information, or what purported to be such, which might be useful to the enemy, was ... [Article] (125 words)
  • Closer Watch On War Spending

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The assistant Federal Treasurer (Mr. Spender) announced to-day that the Government had decided to introduce a system for ... [Article] (141 words)
  • Casey on Defence Council

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Minister for Supply (Mr. Casey) has been made a member of the Defence Council. ... [Article] (67 words)
  • INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

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  • "HERE'S LUCK," IN MILK!

    AFTER the first day of real wartime training at Enoggera yesterday there was a rush of troops to the "dry" canteen. ... [Article] (91 words)
  • Boy On Murder Charge

    MACKAY, Thursday.—A boy of 16 was committed for trial at the Circuit Court on a charge of having murdered Mrs. Hilda Weston Hughes, 31, whose ... [Article] (45 words)

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