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  2. CLASSES FOR ALIENS.

    A Bishop Coadjutor, an emeritus professor, and a constitutional authority yesterday joined the growing weight of protest against the ...

    Article : 670 words
  3. WAR WORK HALTED.

    Two important divisions of Australia's war industries are held up to-day by strikes. No settlement has been reached in ...

    Article : 1,010 words
  4. RAID FURY GROWS.

    British bombers, during extended operations over Germany last night, attacked works in a Berlin suburb and Spandau railway junction, ...

    Article : 1,041 words
  5. BUDGET BEFORE WAR COUNCIL.

    It is unlikely that the advisory War Council will give even general approval to the Budget, the draft of which was discussed by it to-day. ...

    Article : 647 words
  6. SWIFT BLOW IN AFRICA.

    British forces have struck a lightning blow at the Italians in East Afiica capturing Gallabat, in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, near the Abyssinian border. ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. GREEKS GIVE GROUND.

    The Greeks to-day announce a slight retreat by their troops on the left extremity of the Epirus front[?] near the coast. ...

    Article : 691 words
  8. GROWING MOVE FOR UNITY IN U.S.A.

    With only formalities now remaining to complete the re-election of President Roosevelt, the movement throughout the United States for unity after a bitter campaign is growing. President Roosevelt and his defeated opponent, Mr. Wendell ...

    Article : 210 words
  9. BRITAIN PLEASED.

    President Roosevelt's victory is nowhere more heartily welcomed than in Great Britain. There is a sigh of relief that the suspense is over. ...

    Article : 445 words
  10. AMERICANS' MOVE FOR UNITY.

    The American people can move into the year 1941 with the knowledge that their leadership has not been hamstrung by indecisive results after a ...

    Article : 454 words
  11. WHERE HORSE RACING OUSTS THE WAR.

    Australians on the whole are "distantly complacent" about the war. They congratulate themselves on having a record crowd at the Melbourne Cup race[?] ...

    Article : 347 words
  12. MR. J. L. LEWIS EXPECTED TO RESIGN.

    It is expected that Mr. John L. Lewis. President of the Congress of Industrial Organisations, will resign at the C.I.O. convention[?] to be held at Atlantic City on November ...

    Article : 124 words
  13. CLASSES RUN AT A PROFIT.

    It is claimed that, far from spending money on teaching enemy aliens English, the Government, in the last year, has made a profit from the ...

    Article : 345 words
  14. YUGOSLAV BLACK-OUT.

    Latest neutral reactions to the Graeco-Italian war are revealed by the following reports:— (1) All towns in southern Yugoslavia ...

    Article : 249 words
  15. SUMMARY OF VOTING RESULTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 449 words
  16. U.S. POLICY IN EAST.

    The Tokyo newspapers agree that President Roosevelt's re-election will mean a more aggressive American policy towards Japan. ...

    Article : 261 words
  17. DISMISSAL OF TWO POLICE.

    The Chief Secretary, Mr. Tonking, was asked by Mr. Davidson (Lab., Cobar) in the Legislative Assembly yesterday if a police sergeant and constable who, some time ago[?] had been ...

    Article : 221 words
  18. ROME MAY BE BOMBED.

    "The Government has noted the Italian statement that Italian men and planes have participated in the bombing of London, and accordingly reserves full ...

    Article : 263 words
  19. STRIKE THREAT IN S.A.

    The spokesmen for 70[?] foundry workers in South Australian factories to-day handed to the Metal Industries Employers' Association a demand for ...

    Article : 184 words
  20. DAYLIGHT RAIDS ON BRITAIN.

    Six enemy planes were destroyed yesterday. Three were shot down after a series of "dog fights" over the English ...

    Article : 222 words
  21. MAJOR CAMERON'S PLANS.

    Major cameron, M.P., who is in the Army now, following his withdrawal from the Federal Country Party, will try to go abroad with the A.I.F. when ...

    Article : 84 words
  22. REACTIONS OF AXIS POWERS.

    [?] Gayda, the authoritative Italian Editor, provides the first Italian comment on Mr. Roosevelt's re-election It means, he says[?] the continuation of a ...

    Article : 248 words
  23. MR. KENNEDY MAY STAY IN U.S.A.

    Mr. Joseph kennedy, the United States Ambassador in London, has intimated that he may not return to his post in London. This announcement was made after he had ...

    Article : 53 words
  24. FRENCH NAVY MANOEUVRES.

    The German Official News Agency states that the French Mediterranean squadron has completed manoeuvres off the south of France The French Minister for the Navy[?] Admiral ...

    Article : 142 words
  25. KING AND QUEEN IN BOMBED AREAS.

    An air raid warning was sounded in Liverpool to-day while the King and Queen were visiting the city. Their Majesties called at Bootle and talked ...

    Article : 119 words
  26. WET CANTEENS LIKELY.

    Wet canteens are likely to be introduced into A.I.F. camps soon. The Minister for the Army, Mr. Spender, has been persistently advocating wet canteens ...

    Article : 103 words
  27. WAR COUNCIL DISCUSSION TO-DAY.

    The Advisory War Council will discuss to[?] morrow the effect of industrial disputes on the war effort. The plan for improved conciliation ...

    Article : 219 words
  28. MAN ARRESTED AFTER LONG CHASE.

    [?] detective had to chase a man a mile bef[?] he could detain him[?] a Smithfield last night. Detective-sergeant Hole and Detectives ...

    Article : 97 words
  29. OVERSEA NEWS.

    Such of the oversea news in this issue as [?] neaded [?]From Our Own Correspondent" or "Herald Exclusive Service" is from a service owned and conducted entirely by "The Sydney Morning Herald ...

    Article : 149 words
  30. CHILE'S POLAR CLAIMS.

    Chile has claimed all Antarctica between the meridians 53 and 90 west of Greenwich. The area includes the territory recently visited by Rear-Admiral Byrd and also Little ...

    Article : 42 words
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