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  3. CHURCHILL WARNS JAPAN OF DANGER AHEAD

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A warning to Japan of the dangers of a southward drive towards Singapore and the Dutch East Indies, it is reported, was contained in a note handed to the Japanese Ambassador (Mr. Shigemitsu) to-day by the Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill). The ...

    Article : 1,280 words
  4. DYNAMITING BUILDINGS

    London buildings damaged by Nazi bombs and left in a dangerous condition are dynamited by Royal Engineers. The picture shows great clouds of smoke and dust arising as the tottering walls of a building near St. Paul's are brought crashing to the ground. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 45 words
  5. EXPECT MARCH TO SALONIKA THIS WEEK-END

    LONDON, Tuesday.—On the assumption that Yugoslavia will accept demands made by the Axis, Balkan diplomatists believe that the German advance to Salonika will start at the end of this or the beginning of ...

    Article : 904 words
  6. FOUR-POWER ALLIANCE FOR PACIFIC?

    CHUNGKING, Tuesday.—The formation of a four-Power alliance in the Pacific comprising Britain, the United States, ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. U-BOAT WAR THREAT FROM HITLER

    LONDON, Monday.—An intensified U-boat campaign "on such a scale as the enemy has never expected" was ...

    Article : 295 words
  8. IMPORTANT POSTS CAPTURED

    LONDON, Monday.—British forces are now advancing in Italian Somaliland east of the Juba River. To-day's communique from Cairo reports the capture of two important posts on the banks. of the Juba, one of them 50 ...

    Article : 873 words
  9. Darlan Forms Small Inner Cabinet

    VICHY, Monday.—Admiral Darlan has formed an Inner Cabinet limited to five members. ...

    Article : 168 words
  10. INTERNEES TELL HOW THEY ESCAPED

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The story of the sensational escape by three young German internees from custody at Waranga Basin, near Rushworth, on February 7, was told in the Echuca Police Court to-day. ...

    Article : 444 words
  11. ITALIAN AIR FORCE SHOT OUT OF SKY

    LONDON, Monday.—The Italian Air Force in Eritrea and Abyssinia has been practically shot out of the skies. ...

    Article : 491 words
  12. SINGAPORE'S TROUBLED WATERS

    The troubled waters round Singapore and the Dutch East Indies. The map shows the principal shipping routes which concentrate in the Java Sea between Borneo and Sumatra. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Non-Communist Party has Agreed to Disband

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The A.L.P. Non-Communist Party to-night accepted Labour unity and agreed to disband. Thus, Mr. Beasley will lose his status as leader of a political party. He will become a member of the ...

    Article : 105 words
  14. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    HUGE quantities of fruit could sold if a good publicity campaign were accompanied by house to house canvass and delivery of ...

    Article : 237 words
  15. MANY STRIKES IN AMERICA

    LANSING (Mich), Monday.—The Motor Wheel Corporation announced to-day the settlement of a strike affecting 4,000,000 dollars worth of ...

    Article : 167 words
  16. R.A.F. POUNDS ITALIANS IN ALBANIA

    ATHENS, Monday—British 'planes over Albania have been continuously attacking Italian positions in the Shkumba Valley, at Elbasan (north ...

    Article : 153 words
  17. PLENTY TO AMUSE MEN OF A.I.F. STATIONED IN MALAYA

    SINGAPORE, Monday.—Relatives and friends of the y A.I.F. in Malaya can rest assured that all steps are being taken for the welfare and comfort of the troops. I understand that large quantities of ...

    Article : 151 words
  18. German Language Paper in Britain

    LONDON, Monday.—German-speaking nationals in Britain will shortly publish their own daily newspaper, "Die Zeitung." ...

    Article : 50 words
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