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  1. CRISIS LOOMS IN PACIFIC
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 26 October 1941 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Last night the A.B.C. reported that the Pacific crisis had grown worse, according to reports received from both Japan and 143 words
    • Text last corrected on 27 November 2011 by RogerE
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  2. MONEY-LENDERS.
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 26 October 1941 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The Attorney-General, Mr. C. E. Martin, introduced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday a bill to regulate money-lending "to end the 29 words
    • Text last corrected on 1 December 2011 by RogerE
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  3. ELLIOTT POINT
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 6 November 1941 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Heard several gunners boasting they had gone on "the dry." On investigation I found the canteen was dry. Thought there was a catch in 81 words
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  4. All Aboard for Singapore
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 6 November 1941 p 8 Article
    Abstract: In August of that same year, 1795, H.M.S. "Providence," twenty-nine guns, coming from England, was blown by a storm past Port Jackson 2206 words
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  5. Jack Davey Divorced.
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 9 November 1941 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Jack Davey, aged 32, the well-known Australian radio announcer of "Jack-pot" fame, had a decree nisi awarded against him 112 words
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  6. SOCIAL CLUB DANCE
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 9 November 1941 p 5 Article
    Abstract: To the rhythmic strains of a real Army Dance Band, a goodly crowd of folk danced in the Sergeants' Mess, Larrakeyah, on Wednesday 122 words
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  7. Russian Success On Moscow Front Germans Retreat In One Sector.
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 9 November 1941 p 1 Article
    Abstract: From London comes the report that the Germans are making little progress on the Moscow front, despite the intensity of their tremendous losses. 318 words
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  8. Darwin A.I.F.
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 13 November 1941 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Canberra, Tuesday. — The Minister for Repatriation and War Service (Senator Frost) said A.I.F. men in Darwin 49 words
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  9. KINDNESS APPRECIATED
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 13 November 1941 p 5 Article
    Abstract: "Matelot," a patient at Bagot, wishes to thank the ladies, who, on certain days each week, visit men in hospital, and distribute cigarettes, 77 words
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  10. V.R.C. Meeting's Record Tote
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 13 November 1941 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Totalisator investments during the four days of the V.R.C. Spring meeting amounted to £400,215/10—a record. This 173 words
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  11. Mr. Hughes Speaks at Inquiry on Secret Funds
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 13 November 1941 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Upon resumption of the Secret Fund inquiry in Sydney this week, the former Federal Attorney-General (Mr. W. M. Hughes) spoke spiritedly before the Ro ... 323 words
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  12. GOOD BOOKS "No One Will Know"—Delafield.
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Thursday 13 November 1941 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Few people pass through life without a few brief moments of acute consciousness of the past. "I have been there before," they feel. To 163 words
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  13. SINGAPORE BASE Offer To America
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 16 November 1941 p 1 Article
    Abstract: That Britain would offer the United States unrestricted use of the naval base at Singapore in the event of war with Japan, was the opinion 92 words
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  14. Govt. Control Of Private Industry Mr. Coles Urges Move
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 16 November 1941 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Government control of all private industry was urged in the House of Representatives during the week by Mr. Coles (Ind., Vic.). This was necessary t ... 273 words
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    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 16 November 1941 p 6 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: HIGH CASTE AND BEAU VITE seen in their thrilling finish of the C.B. Fisher Plate at Flemington last Saturday. After battling it out, neck down the st ... 92 words
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  16. Death of Captain Laurie
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 16 November 1941 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Perth.—Captain Robert Laurie, 66, formerly of the Adelaide Steamship Company, and one time member of the Western Australian Legislative 29 words
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  17. BROMWICH BEATS CRAWFORD FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 23 November 1941 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Sydney, Saturday,—John Bromwich, playing brilliantly, defeated Jack Crawford 6-4, 6-3, in the final of the Wartime Singles 47 words
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  18. FIRST LABOR P.M. DEAD State Funeral In Sydney
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 23 November 1941 p 4 Article
    Abstract: John Christian Watson, Australia's first Labor Prime Minister, died last Tuesday, at his home in Anderson Street, Double 348 words
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  19. COAL STRIKE THREATENS U.S. OUTPUT
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 23 November 1941 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Washington, Friday.—The U.S. coal strike threatens to end output in the whole of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and 303 words
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  20. BRITISH SWEEP TO VICTORY
    Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946) Sunday 23 November 1941 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Destroy Over 600 Tanks Plus Half Enemy's Force Long-Awaited Libyan Push LONDON, Saturday. In an official 607 words
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