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  2. Notes on the Cables RIDDLE OF THE BALKANS

    THE Balkan riddle still awaits solution meanwhile provoking endless speculation Questions obviously part of the feverish quest for the key to the ...

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  3. SHIP ROUTES KEPT OPEN

    An account of the way in which the Navy is keeping shipping routes open in the Eastern Mediterranean, and allowing stores, munitions, and ...

    Article : 602 words
  4. U.S. FOOD FOR FRANCE

    The willingness of the U.S. to permit the shipment of specified grain to unoccupied France, subject to certain conditions ...

    Article : 288 words
  5. JUGOSLAVIA FIRM

    Faced with a determined Greek resistance which immediately Germany attacks, will be supported fully with Empire forces, Germany ...

    Article : 367 words
  6. RESCUED FROM ITALIANS

    Safe and well in Kenya Australian sea men rescued from Italian Somaliland are being cared for by the Red Cross at Nairobi but they are short of money. ...

    Article : 275 words
  7. CURBING A.B.C. POWERS

    CANBERRA. Tuesday.—Absolute powers to restrain the Australian Broadcasting Commission from any course of action not considered in the public interests are ...

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  8. MR. MENZIES SEES LONG WAR

    When newspaper men asked Mr. Menzies in a mass interview here, "How long do you think the war will last—one,two, or three years?" ...

    Article : 380 words
  9. "HEADING FOR WAR"

    Outspoken criticism of President Roosevelt's recent speech is offered in influential Japanese newspapers, which claim that the U.S. is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 413 words
  10. AUSTRALIAN POETRY

    As yet there was very little real Australian poetry, said Professor A.R. Chisholm in a paper lead to the last meeting of the Australian Literature ...

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  11. TRAVESTY OF TRUTH

    The French correspondent of "The Times" says that the amazing declaration last week of Admiral Darlan. French Vice-Premier, that the Germans had ...

    Article : 172 words
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  13. AIR CHIEF'S SON DECORATED

    Among many, members of the R.A.F. whose services are recognised in the latest list of awards is Squadron-Leader R.M. Longmore, son of Air Chief-Marshal Sir ...

    Article : 61 words
  14. ALL LIABLE FOR WAR WORK

    Compulsory registration for war work may be applied to every man over 40 years and every woman over 19 years. No upper age limit has been fixed. ...

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  15. HEINKEL SHOT DOWN

    During a day light raid this morning Helnkel III., which dropped bombs over the Thames Estuary area was brought down by anti-aircraft fire and crashed ...

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  16. EGYPT'S SUPPORT

    Replying in the Chamber of Deputies to questions about his talk with Mr. Eden, British Foreign Secretary, Husssein Sirry Pasha, the Premier said that the talks ...

    Article : 85 words
  17. CHAIN OF BASES IN BRAZIL

    Admiral Aristides Gullhem, Brazilian Minister for Marine, is inspecting a naval base here near the airport from which planes leave for Africa. ...

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  18. WAS CHAMPION OF BRITAIN

    M. Nicolai Titulescu, former Rumanian statesman, died yesterday at Cannes (France), aged 58 years. Nicolal Titulescu was the one ...

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  19. INDEMNITY FROM PERU

    Peru is prepared to pay 100,000 soles £A13,000 approx.) as a partial indemtity for anti-Japanese riots last year in Peru, the Cabinet Information Bureau ...

    Article : 51 words
  20. TENSION MAY RECUR

    It is not thought likely that the relaxed tension in the Far East will continue, but it has given Japan an opportunity to reconsider the formidable ...

    Article : 237 words
  21. INTERNEES ALLOWANCES

    Williamstown Council decided last night to request Mr. Holloway, M.H.R., to ask on the floor of the House if it was a fact that Internees were being ...

    Article : 55 words
  22. MANY DEAD IN BLIZZARD

    The roll of death caused by the blizzard which swept the northern States on Saturday night is mounting. It has now been ascertained that 51 are dead and that 15 ...

    Article : 162 words
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  24. COURTAULD'S BIG DOLLAR DEAL

    Price paid by a syndicate of American investment bankers for the bulk of Courtauld Ltd.'s holding of 448,000 shares in American Viscose Corporation will be 90 ...

    Article : 265 words
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  26. FRENCH FLEET "STRONGER"

    "The French Fleet is stronger than at any time since the armistice, and is a force on which the country can base its policy," says the "Gazette de Lausanne," ...

    Article : 115 words
  27. POST-WAR PLANS IN U.S.A.

    A six-year post-emergency public works programme, contemplating possible expenditure of billions of dollars to stabilise employment when defence industries ...

    Article : 77 words
  28. GERMANY AND U.S.A.

    According to William Simms, Washington correspondent of the New York "World-Telegram," armed aid for Britain, partlcularly naval aid, is foreseen by ...

    Article : 114 words
  29. D. AND W. MURRAY LTD.

    D. and W. Murray Ltd. made a profit for the year of £33,788. The company brought forward £19,783. Preference dividends will absorb £14.375 and ...

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  31. EIRE TO STAY NEUTRAL

    Eire would remain neutral, said Mr. De Valera, in a broadcast to America. "We are determined," he said, "that no belligerent will use our territory as ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. RICE FOR JAPAN

    Authoritative circles said to-day that Indo-China and Japan had agreed on the shipment of 770,000 tons of rice to Japan, where rice, the staple food, has ...

    Article : 38 words
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  34. WOMEN NOT TO DIE

    Death sentences passed by the Germans on two British women Misses Winifred Harle and Florence Frickard have been commuted to life imorlsonment. The ...

    Article : 62 words
  35. SHIP REPORTED DAMAGED

    The Blue Star Line freighter, Pacific Star (7,915 tons), arrived from Liverpool, and was reported to be damaged. Captain George Duff, the master, ...

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  36. PRESSMAN ARRESTED

    The Paris correspondent of the North America newspaper Alliance (Mr. Allan) has been arrested, says the Germant Official News "Agency. Mr. Allan is ...

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  37. KING HONOURS GENERAL PAPAGOS

    Lieut-General Alexander Papagos. Greek Commander in Chief has been honoured by King George, who has conferred on him an hononrary G.B.E. ...

    Article : 65 words
  38. GERMAN CONSUL OUSTS TANGIER CHIEF

    The German Consulate has been reinstated in the official residence of the Mendoub of Tangier, the Sultan of Morocco's representative, who has been ...

    Article : 47 words
  39. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO CRUISE

    It is reported in Jacksonville. Florida, that President Roosevelt will inspect the Navy's new 25,000,000-dollar air station there on Thursday, after which he will ...

    Article : 53 words
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