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  2. NEW MUNITIONS ANNEXES.

    Steps will be taken to supplement the munitions establishments already in existence or about to be built in New South Wales. Victoria, and South ...

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  3. 32 CIVILIANS KILLED.

    A table compiled from the official records of the Air Ministery and the Ministry of Home Security, shows that civilian casualties in all raids against ...

    Article : 638 words
  4. SURPRISE TO A.I.F.

    The announcement from Beirut that General Mittelhauser, the French Commander-in-Chief in the Middle East, had ordered the cessation of ...

    Article : 566 words
  5. MR. CURTIN'S APPEAL.

    "A united Australia is imperative, and the collaboration of Labour in that unity is also imperative," declared the Federal Labour leader, ...

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  6. BALBO DEAD.

    Air Marshal Italo Balbo, who was Italy's first air marshal, and had been Governor-General of Libya since 1933, is reported to have been killed in action. ...

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  7. "JAPAN'S PLANS FOR "STABILISING."

    The Japanese Foreign Minister, Mr. Arita, in a radio broadcast yesterday, announced a doctrine embodying Japan's domination of the Far East and her determination to regard East Asia and the South Seas as a correlated sphere with Japan as the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. APPEAL TO DUCE.

    Rumania's troubles did not end when she yielded up Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina to the Soviet. She is now being harassed by the ...

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  9. ANTI-GAS GEAR REFUSED.

    About 2,000 members of the public, newly appointed air raid wardens and their deputies, had assembled to watch a demonstration of protective measures ...

    Article : 192 words
  10. A REMARKABLE CAREER.

    Air-Marshal Baloo was 44 years of age. During the campaign on the Northern Frontier in the last war he was fighting with the Alpini. After the peace he became a friend ...

    Article : 390 words
  11. FRENCHMEN'S LEADER.

    It is officially announced that the British Government recognises General de Gaulle as "the leader of all free Frenchmen wherever they may be who ...

    Article : 636 words
  12. RAID ON ISLANDS.

    Twenty-nine persons, of whom four were women, were killed in Guernsey, and nine were killed in Jersey, as a result of the German air raids on the ...

    Article : 366 words
  13. CAR BLOWS UP.

    With an explosion heard five miles away, a sports car loaded with detonators, gelignite, and petrol, blew up on the main Brisbane-Warwick road, near ...

    Article : 220 words
  14. UNION ADVISORY PANEL.

    A large delegation from Federal unions in New South Wales will attend a special conference of unions convened by the Australasian Council of Trade Unions at ...

    Article : 177 words
  15. MUSSOLINI VISITS FRANCE

    Two official visits by Mussolini to the Italian front line troops in Prance —one on Friday and the other on Saturday—have been announced in ...

    Article : 98 words
  16. GERMANY AND SPAIN.

    It is reported from San Sebastian that high officers of the Spanish Army greeted a German officer with ceremony at the frontier ...

    Article : 164 words
  17. STATE DEFICIT LESS.

    The New South Wales State deficit for the financial year which ended yesterday was £2,213,000, or nearly £300,000 less than anticipated two ...

    Article : 221 words
  18. TURKEY'S POSITION.

    [?] is now clear [?] Turkey did not immediately commit herself when Italy enter[?] the war," states the Diplomatic Correspondend of ' The Times." ...

    Article : 217 words
  19. PETROL POOLING SCHEME.

    The Minister for Supply, Sir Frederick Stewart, said last night that the scheme for pooling petrol supplies in Australia, details of which were to be decided at a conference ...

    Article : 273 words
  20. MYSTERY OF U.S. FLEET.

    Presiden[?] Roosevelt, at a Press conference o[?] Friday declined to answer questions regard[?] the whereabouts of the U S Pacific [?] ...

    Article : 142 words
  21. BRITISH BOMBERS HIT BACK.

    The Air Ministry announced last night that British bombers had continued night operations over France Holland, and Germany ...

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  22. CASUALTY LISTS.

    The 15th War Office casualty list contains the names of one officer and l8 other ranks previously reported missing [?] now posted is prisoners, three officers killed or died of ...

    Article : 223 words
  23. ITALIAN CAVALRY ROUTED.

    Two British light armoured fighting vehicles routed two groups of enemy cavalry, tota[?]ling 1,200 men, in actions on the Sudan-Eritrean border, states a ...

    Article : 97 words
  24. NEW CABINET IN EGYPT.

    Senator Hassan Sabry Pasha announced yesterday that he had formed a Coalition Cabinet, in which he hims[?] was Premier and Foreign Minister. ...

    Article : 76 words
  25. GOLD INDUSTRY.

    No workers in the gold-mining industry in Australia will be enlisted for oversea war service if they are aged 35 years, or over. ...

    Article : 120 words
  26. GREECE AND GERMANY.

    Greece and Germany have reached in agreement, settling commercial exchanges The German Radio states that th agreement provides for the export from Greece o[?] ...

    Article : 49 words
  27. OVERSEA NEWS.

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

    Article : 155 words
  28. CRICKETERS ENLIST.

    Two more well-known cricketers have joined the defence forces. C. W. Walker, the international, was accepted by the R.A.A.F. in Adelnde on Saturday. ...

    Article : 78 words
  29. NEW SOVIET SHIPS.

    Two electro-motor 7,49-ton ships, the Joseph Stalin and the Vyacheslay Molo[?] which were recently delivered from an Amsterdam shipyard, will inaugurate an ...

    Article : 46 words
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