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  3. MINERS MAY STAND ALONE

    Developments in the coal crisis yesterday indicate that the Miners' Federation is now in danger of losing the co-operation not only of the Government but of the ...

    Article : 494 words
  4. GARAGE ROOF BLOWN 30 FEET BY STORM

    Lifted bodily by the wind during yesterday's storm, this corrugated-iron roof of a garage in Stanley Street, Waverley, was borne about 30 feet in the air and crashed on to adjoining premises. (Other pictures, page 3.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ENCOURAGING SIGNS ON WEST FRONT

    LONDON, December 21.—Although they report several encouraging developments in our counter-measures to the German offensive in Belgium and Luxemburg, front-line correspondents stress that the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Road Tragedy at Gates of Hospital

    Panic broke out when a motor cycle out of control crashed into a crowd of hundreds of people in Liverpool Road, ...

    Article : 400 words
  7. Plan to run Airships over Pacific

    NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.).— Australian interests are reported to have made considerable protress with a plan to establish an ...

    Article : 437 words
  8. Lightning Advance By Troops in Burma

    BURMA FRONT, Dec. 21.—In the most sweeping combined offensive in the history of the Burma campaign, British, Indian and Chinese columns, pulverising what Japanese forces stay to oppose them, ...

    Article : 578 words
  9. 100 AEROPLANES FOR SALE

    At least 100 aircraft, declared surplus by the R.A.A.F., will soon be sold by public tender by the Commonwealth Disposals ...

    Article : 106 words
  10. INJURED BY CAR

    Miss Laura Hayes, 59, of New South Head Road, Double Bay, was admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital 18st night with both legs probably fractured, ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. CANADA CHANGES WAR PLANS

    NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.)— The Ottawa correspondant of the "New York Times" says the war situation has caused a tightening-up ...

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  12. BOMBS ON ENGLAND

    LONDON, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.).—More casualties and damage were caused by enemy air activity against southern England in the 24 hours to dawn ...

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  13. DANGERS AND HOPES EXAMINED

    S.H.A.C.F., PARIS, Dec. 21.— Whatever the eventual result of the German counter-offensive, it should end, once and for all in ...

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  14. LATE NEWS GERMAN ATTACK GROWING

    LONDON, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.).— German spearheads by noon on Tuesday had penetrated 30 miles into Belgium and reached ...

    Article : 131 words
  15. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    WESTERN FRONT.—Several encouraging developments in our counter-measures to the German offensive in Belgium ...

    Article : 446 words
  16. "DUD" BOMB FELL ON PALACE

    LONDON, Dec. 21.—It is now revealed that, in the early days of the blitz, a high-explosive bomb, three feet long, fell on ...

    Article : 71 words
  17. U.S. AWARD FOR ADMIRAL

    LONDON, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.).— Rear-Admiral V. A. C. Crutchley, former commander of the Royal Australian Naval ...

    Article : 128 words
  18. MUKDEN RAID BY BIG BOMBERS

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.).—A substantial force of Super-Fortresses yesterday attacked in daylight industrial ...

    Article : 101 words
  19. PRISONERS' CABLES FROM JAPAN

    LONDON, Dec. 21 (A.A.P.)—An agreement has been signed with the Japanese to allow British prisoners and civilian internees in the Far East ...

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