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  2. JAPAN'S NEW PLAN

    LONDON, July 4 (A.A.P.).— The spokesman of the Japanese Cabinet's Information Bureau, Mr. Ishlf, announced to-day that ...

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  3. WATERSIDE DISPUTE THREAT BY MR. MENZIES

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, announced to-night that the Government would immediately restore th[?] ...

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  4. MAIN ARMIES COME TO GRIPS LONDON'S HOPES IN SOVIET

    LONDON, July 4.—After 13 days of fighting:, during which at some points large forces have been engaged, the main Russian and German armies are now believed to be at grips. It may be days, or even weeks, before it is possible to judge the outcome. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. U.S. VIEW

    WASHINGTON, July 4.—In the United States, M. Stalin's broadcast to the Russian people is welcomed as art indication that the ...

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  6. R.A.N. SHIP SUNK BOMB HIT ON WATERHEN

    The Australian destroyer Waterhen has sunk while being lowed to a Mediterranean port after an enemy bombing attack. ...

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  7. PRODUCER GAS Federal Orders for Units

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The economic and industrial committee of the Cabinet accepted tenders for 10,150 producer gas units ...

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  8. SITES FOR KILNS

    The organising manager ior [?]arcoal production, Mr. Keele, will inspect sites tor charcoal kilns in the country next week. ...

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  9. STATE EXTENDS AID

    The Premier, Mr. McKell, said yesterday that the Government would assist, financially in the installation of producer gas units on trucks which ...

    Article : 91 words
  10. U.S. LEADERS TO SPEAK

    WASHINGTON, July 4 (A.A.P.). —President Roosevelt and Mr. Wendell Willkie, who was his Republican rival at the ...

    Article : 177 words
  11. SHIPS ORDERED HOME

    LONDON, July 4. (A.A.P.).—A Governoment spokesman has announced in Tokyo that Japan has recalled "some merchant ...

    Article : 262 words
  12. SHALE OIL AS CAR FUEL

    One large firm in Sydney will attempt to overcome the petrol shortage by making shale oil for motor vehicles on property it has leased at Mittagong ...

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  13. TAXIS SEEK MORE PETROL

    A deputation representing Sydney taxi companies will ask the chairman of the Liquid Fuel Board, Mr. Neale, on Monday to give them the ...

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  14. WATERHEN'S CAREER

    H.M.A.S. Waterhen waa a destroyer of the "W" class. She was built in March, 1918. She was 312 feet long, with a beam ...

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  15. SMALL RELIEF FROM EXTRA TANKERS

    The secretary of the Service Station Association, Mr. Gregory, said yesterday that the announcement that three more oil tankers are coming to ...

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  16. U.S. FLAGS FLY IN LONDON

    LONDON, July 4. (A.A.P.).—American national flags are flying in London to-day in a manner never hitherto known. ...

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  17. OIL EXPERTS HERE

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Messrs. L. Ranney and C. Fairbank will arrive in Australia fron[?] America to-morrow to report on oil prospects at Lakes ...

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  18. NO AUSTRALIAN CHANGE

    Inquiries in Sydney indicate that no Japanese ships in Australian waters or on their way to Australia have been ordered to return home. ...

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  19. N.Z. STOCKS LOW

    AUCKLAND, Friday—The Minister of Supply. Mr. Sullivan, said to-day that petrol stocks in New Zealand were not as Rood as the Government ...

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  20. "SURFACE WOUNDS"

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, saw newspaper correspondents at nine o'clock to-night for the first time since his ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. A.B.C. REBROADCASTS

    President Roosevelt's broadcast message to the world will be heard through Australian National stations to-day at the following, times: 7 a.m., through ...

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  22. TAX INQUIRY

    CANBERRA, Friday.— The three Labour members of the Parliamentary Committee on Taxation decided to-day that ...

    Article : 204 words
  23. WOMEN'S JOURNEY IN OPEN BOAT

    LONDON, July 4 (A.A.P.).— Three Englishwomen—Miss Kathleen Peto, of Lancashire, Miss Violet Camber, of Sussex, ...

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  24. WAVELL MOVE REPORT

    NEW YORK, June 4. (A.A.P.).— The New York "Post" suggests that it was at the instance of Australia that General Sir ...

    Article : 193 words
  25. R.A.A.F. AND USE OF GLIDERS

    CANBERRA, Friday.—"Anything involving the development in Australia of a new technical war weapon is obviously not a matter for public ...

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  26. BRITISH COMMUNISTS' MANIFESTO

    LONDON, July 4. (A.A.P.).—The Communist Party issued a manifesto [?]cclaring support for every messure taken by the Government designed to ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. WHAT ACT MEANS

    The Transport Workers Act is known among the unions as the "Dog Collar" Act. The regulations under the Act have ...

    Article : 216 words
  28. MARJORIE LAWRENCE:

    MEXICO CITY, July 4.—Muss Mar[?] Lawrence the Australian soprano, who is suffering from tomporary [?]sis of t[?] [?] arrived ...

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  29. CHINESE MINISTER

    LOHDON, July 4. (A.A.P.).—Informed sources in Chungking state that Dr. Hsu Mo, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs since 1932, and a ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. CARGO HALVED BY THEFTS

    MELBOURN, Friday.—Pilfering during the blackout loading in England, and pilfering in New Zealand and Sydney reduced a recent ...

    Article : 82 words
  31. POPULAR TANK NAMES

    LONDON, July 4. (A.A.R).—T[?] [?]rmcipal types of British tanks are being given hames with popular appeal, with the ubject of encouraging ...

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  32. SALE OF SHIPS

    LONDON, July 4.—A scheme for the sate of Government-built ships to the shipping industry has been accepted in principle by the general council ...

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  33. POLICE FORBID GUNFIRE

    At the request of the police, the organisers of a recruiting rally forbade the firing of a machine-gun in Martin Place yesterday. ...

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  34. MR. MENZIES'S DENIAL

    CANBERRA, Friday.—When the New York report was mentioned to Mr. Menzies to-night he said:— "The suggest on is entirely untrue. ...

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  35. OVERSEA NEWS

    Such of the overses news in theis issue as is ac[?]ed "From Our Own Correspondent" or "Herald Exciusive Serveice" is from a acrvice owned and controlled entirely by "The ...

    Article : 169 words
  36. CHOLERA IN CRETE

    LONDON, July 4 (A.A.P.).—Calro reports state, that, a cholera epidemic Has obliged the Germans to evacuate Crete almost entirely, also parts of ...

    Article : 60 words
  37. TRADE DISPUTE LOSS

    LONDON, July 4 (A.A.P.).—The Minister of Labour and National Security, Mr. Ernest. Bevin, stated in the House of Commons that 940,000 ...

    Article : 64 words
  38. GOVERNOR OF GUIANA

    LONDON, July 4 (B.O.W.).—Sir Gordon Lethem, Governor of the Leeward Islands, who had been appointed Governor and Commander-in-Chief of ...

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  39. BRIDGE TOLLS LESS

    Revenue from tolls collected on the Harbour Bridge was £956 in the week ended June 27, compared with £661 in the corresponding period of May, ...

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  40. CHINA WAR CASUALTIES

    TOKYO, July 4. (A.A.P.).—It was announced in Tokyo to-day that, in the first six months of [?]41, 5,110 Japanese were killed In China. ...

    Article : 39 words
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