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  • EFFICIENCY OF DIVE-BOMBERS CHALLENGED Described as Mass "Hara Kiri" LONDON, Monday.

    A correspondent of the British Associated Press who is in Algiers, says that an officlal statement by a WingCommander of the R.A.F., whose ... [Article] (225 words)
  • FRENCH RAIL SHOPS BOMBED LONDON, Monday.

    The Air Ministry stated that at dusk on Sunday, Mosquitoes, two of which are missing, bombed railway workshops af Maliries and also a ... [Article] (104 words)
  • RUSSIAN ANSWER TO NAZI ONSLAUGHT SYDNEY, Monday.

    After the recent German onslaught the people of Russia wholeheartedly and of their own accord imediately provided the Government with ... [Article] (87 words)
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  • AIR COMMAND CHANGES LONDON, Sunday.

    The Secretary for Air and Minister for Aircraft Production have announced that Air Marshal F. J. Linnell relinquishes his appointment as ... [Article] (114 words)
  • GROUCHES DO NOT SPEED VICTORY

    BEFORE our eyes for three and a half years has been enacted a struggle such as humanity has never witnessed before. Within Australia, our institutions have not suffered and life has gone along with much less disturbance than in Europe. There have been some ... [Article] (680 words)
  • YOUTHS CAN NOW ENLIST IN A.I.F. Age Limit Reduced MELBOURNE, Monday.

    To bring it into line with the R.A.N. and R.A.A.F., the age limit for enlistment in the A.I.F. has been lowered to 18 years for volunteers, ... [Article] (106 words)
  • CHICAGO JOURNAL RENEWS ATTACK ON MR. HUGHES WASHINGTON, Monday.

    For the second time within a week the Chicago "Tribune" has launched an attack against the Leader of the United Australia Party (Mr. W. M. ... [Article] (607 words)
  • HIGHER MEAT OUTPUT NEEDED TO PACE DEMAND

    Australians are eating greatly increased quantities of meat[?] said the Minister for Commerce (Mr. Scully) yesterday. ... [Article] (150 words)
  • PERSONAL VICE-REGAL

    Her Excellency the Lady Gowrie, attended by Miss. Ivie Price, opened the Merchant Navy Club, Sydney, yesterday afternoon. ... [Article] (80 words)
  • MR. FADDEN TO BROADCAST

    The Leader, of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Fadden) will broadcast to-night at 8 o'clock on "Socialisation under the cloak of war necessity." The ... [Article] (41 words)
  • AXIS CLAIMS OF SHIPPING LOSSES LONDON, Monday.

    The Berlin radio claimed that since the outbreak of war Britain and American had lost 30,000,000 tons of shipping, equal to the total merchant ... [Article] (43 words)
  • U.A.P. GROUP Anti-Socialistic Action Demanded SYDNEY, Monday.

    It rested entirely with Mr. Hoghes whether he had a unified party or a number of disclosed or und[?] groups, remakred Mr. H[?] ... [Article] (87 words)
  • MR. WILSON CONTINUES TO SUPPORT LABOUR MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    Until [?] election is held Mr. Wilson (Ind.) will continue to support the [?] Government. He made this clear to-day when he ... [Article] (96 words)
  • N.S.W. LABOUR SENATE PRE-SELECTION Senator Arthur Not Endorsed SYDNEY, Monday.

    The leaders in the State Labour pre[?] ballot for the Senate are Sen[?]tors Armour and Armstrong and Mr. Minogue. ... [Article] (75 words)
  • PRE-SELECTION BALLOT FOR REID SYDNEY, Monday.

    The secretary of Reid Electorate Council (Mr. J. Keile) declared to-day that if the State Executive of the A.L.P. ordered another pre-selection ... [Article] (119 words)
  • COUNTRY PARTY MAN FOR SENATE IN VIC.

    It is understood that the Vice-president and former President of the Victorian Country Party, Mr. R. Skeat, will be on the joint U.A.P.-U.C.P. ... [Article] (66 words)
  • BIG INCREASE IN VOTERS

    The Chief Commonwealth Electoral Officer (Mr. Turner) said esterday that 250,000 additional names would appear on the Commonwealth electoral rolls ... [Article] (117 words)
  • BLAMEY TO MARCH ON ANZAC DAY

    On condition that no commander who has already been invited to command the march shall be displaced [?] him for any reason whatever, General ... [Article] (63 words)
  • SUBSIDIES TO OFFSET SPIRAL COST INCREASES Revolutionary Plan of Government MELBOURNE, Monday.

    Announcing a new far-reaching policy of price control in Australia the Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) said to-day that ... [Article] (600 words)
  • POPULATION INFLUENCE ON LIVING STANDARDS SYDNEY, Monday.

    Unless Australia had a population of at least 20 million people at the end of this century, she would have no standard of living to maintain, warned ... [Article] (94 words)
  • WAR EXPENDITURE STILL RISING

    A Treasury statement issued last night shows that Australia is now spending more than £1,500,000 a day on the war. ... [Article] (76 words)
  • CENSUS OF HAT FURS

    The deputy chairman of the Australian Rabbit Skins Boatd (Mr. J. V. Moroney) gazetted an order last night directing holders of hat ... [Article] (71 words)
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  • OTHER CENTRES LEAD CANBERRA IN LOAN FIGURES

    Comparison with other provincial centres which were challenged and beaten by Canberra in the Austerity Loan, demonstrates that Canberra is ... [Article] (547 words)
  • ENEMY RAIDERS OVER ENGLAND LONDON, Monday.

    There was slight enemy air activity during last night in the coastal areas of East Anglia and south-east England, but no bombs were reported to ... [Article] (58 words)

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