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  2. A.I.F. TROOPS TRAIN RIGOROUSLY FOR JUNGLE WAR

    As part of their training for jungle warfare, A.I.F. troops are called on to force their way through matted undergrowth, cross fast-flowing streams, climb cliffs, and deal with moving tragets representing Japanese soldiers by bayonet, by rifle fire, and by grenades. The training course is several hundred yards long, and is set in a thicklywooded valley. Left: A waterfall has to be climbed. Right: The "death leap." A soldier crosses a stream by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. BISHOP BRTTY'S PLEA

    Australia should have a national Government in which all political sectionalism and all personal embition would be put ...

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  4. "CHEAP JIBE" Opposition's Reply to Mr. Curtin

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Leader of the Federal Opposition. Mr. Fadden, to-night hotly replied to comment by the Prime ...

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  5. LAE AGAIN HIT Attack in Bad Weather

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA. Tuesday.—Thick weather continued to obsenre the South-west Pacific war front ...

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  6. BREAKDOWN IN ALGIERS

    LONDON, June 1 (A.A.P.).—A temporary breakdown has occurred in negotiations in Algiers between the "Fighting French ...

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  7. OMNIBUS, AMBULANCE, AND HEARSE

    The Leader of the United Australia Party, Mr. Hughes, said yesterday that criticism of the Opposition policy by the Prime ...

    Article : 341 words
  8. REHEARSE FOR INVASION

    LONDON, June 1.—From an ancient, grass-covered Roman fort, where, centuries ago Roman legionaries battled against the ...

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  9. GREAT U.S. ARMS OUTPUT Rapid Increase of Production

    NEW YORK, June 1 (A.A.P.).— In a speech bristling with figures of tremendous American armament production, the new ...

    Article : 372 words
  10. END OF U.S. MINE TRUCE

    NEW YORK, June 1 (A.A.P.). —Thousands of coalminers handed in their tools last night as midnight, the time for the ...

    Article : 312 words
  11. SIX PRINCIPLES FOR PEACE

    NEW YORK, June 1 (A.A.P.). —Speaking at the North Carolina College for Negroes, the Under-Secretary of State, Mr. ...

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  12. LINK WITH W.E.A.

    "Although it was decided at a meeting of the Secondary Teachers' Association on May 8 to make the matter of affiliation ...

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  13. BRITISH T.U.C. TO DEFY LAW

    LONDON, June 1.—Cabinet is considering immediately the situation created by a speech by Sir Walter Citrine, general ...

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  14. GENERAL MacARTHUR'S SENIORITY

    SOMEWHERE IN NEW GUINEA, Tuesday.—Tn the event of combined operations between the Allied forces in the South ...

    Article : 282 words
  15. EDITORS INVITED TO AUSTRALIA

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—An invitation for a party of British newspaper editors to visit Australia has been sent to the British Ministry of Information ...

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  16. STRIKE AT HOSPITAL

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.—Members of the Town Employees' Union, other than cooks and operating theatre porters, have ceased work at the ...

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  17. POST-WAR CIVIL AVIATION Need for Policy

    LONDON, June 1 (A.A.P.).— "The Times." in a leading article on the debate proceeding in the House of Commons on civil ...

    Article : 355 words
  18. LABOUR ATTACK LIKELY

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The knighthood bestowed upon Mr. Frederick Shedden, Secretary of the Defence Department, of the ...

    Article : 82 words
  19. PETROL DROUGHT IN AMERICA

    WASHINGTON. June 1 (A.A.P.) —Mr. Ickes. Secretary of the Interior arid Fuel Administrator, appealing to Americans to curb ...

    Article : 234 words
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  21. "INSOLUBLE" PROBLEMS MASTERED

    NEW YORK, June 1.—Walter Lippmann, writing in the "Herald-Tribune," says that the volume and power of American ...

    Article : 228 words
  22. MOPPING-UP ON ATTU

    WASHINGTON, June 1 (A.A.P.).—A Navy communique says that the United States Army forces on Attu Island, in ...

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  23. CRUSHED UNDER VAN

    Two men were killed instantly when a motor lorry and a panel vin collided at the intersection of Canterbury Road and Wiley Avenue, Lakemba, ...

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  24. LATE SHOPPING NIGHT

    Objection to the State Government introducing legislation during war-time to abolish the late shopping night ...

    Article : 149 words
  25. JAPANESE NAVAL LOSSES

    LONDON, June 1 (A.A.P.).—The New Delhi correspondent of The Associated Press says that Tokyo Radio apparently unincentionally disclosed ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. "PACIFIC OUTLOOK STILL, DARK"

    "The war is going well in Europe, where victory is in sight, but in the Parific the outlook, although brighter than a year ago, is still dark and full ...

    Article : 130 words
  27. MURDER CHARGE ACQUITTAL

    In the C[?]tral Criminal Court yesterday Richard Agius, 38, labourer, was acquitted of the charge of having murdered Angelo Azzopardi, a Maltese ...

    Article : 112 words
  28. CONDITION OF CHINA'S PRESIDENT

    CHUNGKING, June 1 (A.A.P.).— The President of China, Lin Sen, had turther improved, physicians announced at 9 p.m. yesterday. They ...

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  29. MR. DAVIES RETURNS

    NEW YORK, June 1 (A.A.P.).—Mr. Joseph E. Davies, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, who is returning from Moscow with a personal message ...

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