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  2. U.S. ICELAND FORCES

    LONDON, July 9.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Churchill, in the House of Commons to-day, described the American occupation ...

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  3. ENGINEERS TO MEET

    All general engineering workshops in the metropolitan area and in Newcastle, including munition annexes and aircraft ...

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  4. ARMISTICE SOUGHT

    LONDON, July 9. (A.A.P.).— General Dentz, French Commander-in-Chlef in Syria, has declared his readiness to discuss ...

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  5. RUSSIANS CLAIM FRESH SUCCESS

    LONDON, July 9 (A.A.P.).—The Russians, in their latest communique issued to-day, state that they routed the Germans in the Lepel region of White Russia, wiped out two motorised regiments, and captured large booty. "The enemy is retreating westwards," ...

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  6. NAVY'S BIG TASK

    Vice-Admiral Sir Guy Royle, who has arrived in Australia to be First Naval Member of the Naval Board, said yesterday that ...

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  7. BLACKOUTS VITAL

    AUCKLAND, Wednesday.—A recommendation that hoods or masks for lights should be made compulsory for every car in New ...

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  8. MINISTER'S APPEAL

    The Minister for National Emergency Services, Mr. Heffron, said, at a demonstration at Mosman last night, that there were some people who ...

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  9. U.S. DEFENCE AREA UNLIMITED

    WASHINGTON, July 9 (A.A.P.) —President Roosevelt declared yesterday that the United States' defence of the Western ...

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  10. B.H.P. STOPPAGE

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.—Officials of the Federated Ironworkers' Association said to-day that they regarded the closing of the ferro alloys ...

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  11. MELBOURNE TEST

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. — All street lights were extinguished over 440 square miles of the metropolitan area for Ave minutes to-night. ...

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  12. GLASS WORKERS STRIKE

    About 26 junior employees at the Crowr Crystal Glass Pty., Ltd.. Waterloo, went on strike yesterday as a protest against the refusal of the ...

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  13. SPEEDING TANK PRODUCTION

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—In the hope of speeding tank production, the Federal Government intends to amalgamate the Army's tank and armoured ...

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  14. EXTENSIVETFROSTS

    Heavy frosts were experienced over widespread sections of New South Wales yesterday morning. They were accompanied by icy ...

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  15. DEFENCE OF DAMOUR

    DAMOUR RIVER, July 8.—Trapped in a square mile round Damour, the French troops arc refusing to surrender and are fighting bitterly and ...

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  16. PENSION FUND TO BE STABILISED

    A promise that the Government would restore the State superannuation fund to stability was made yesterday by the Attorney-General, Mr. ...

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  17. NO SOVIET ANTHEM FROM B.B.C.

    LONDON, July 9.—The Soviel anthem the "Internationale." will not be added to the anthems of the Allies played by the B.B.C. on Sunday ...

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  18. DEFERRED PAY FOR A.I.F.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Deferred pay at oversea rates would be credited to A.I.F. members in Australia after six months' service, the ...

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  19. DUTY ON SERVICE MEN'S ESTATES

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Estates of up to £5,000 of members of the fighting services who die during the war, or within a year of its ...

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  20. LESS WATER IF RAIN FAILS

    The president, Mr. Opton, told the Water Board yesterday that if heavy lalns did not fall on the Nepean catchment soon further restrictions in ...

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  21. MILITARY CONTROL OF IRAO

    LONDON, July 9.—A change in the area of the Middle East Command was announced in the House of Commons to-day by the Prime Minister. Mr ...

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  22. CAMPAIGN FOR A.I.F. RECRUITS

    Windows in all the principal shops in Sydney will have A.I.F. recruiting displays [?]ring the week beginning July 21. A depot under a ...

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  23. WAR LIAISON WITH STATES

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The newly-appointed Federal Minister for Home Security, Mr. Abbott, will act as a liasion Minister between the ...

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  24. EAST INDIES DEFENCE

    Mr. Bientie Roep, a member of the Legislative Council of the Netherlands Indies, who arrived in Sydney by Dutch airliner last night, said that in ...

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  25. MOVE TO END PERUECUADOR CLASH

    WASHINGTON, July 9. (A.A.P.).— The Under-Secretary of State, Mr Sumner Welles, told a Press conerence that the United States, ...

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  26. FOUR NEW SCHOOLS FOR AIRMEN

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Training facilities under the Empire Air Scheme were rapidly approaching peak proportions, the Minister for Air, Mr. ...

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  27. FIVE BROTHERS IN A.I.F. MISSING

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Five brothers who enlisted at Tumbarumba and went overseas together-have been reported muring in the latest casualty ...

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  28. PORT COMMITTEE FOR MELBOURNE

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—As the result of conferences between waterfront employers and employees, a port committee is to be established in ...

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  29. OVERSEA NEWS

    Such of the oversea news in this issue as is headed "From Our Own-Correspondent" or "Herald Exclusive Service" is from a service owned and controlled entirely by "The ...

    Article : 173 words
  30. U.S. BOMBERS CRASH

    NEW YORK, July 9. (A.A.P.).— Three U.S. Army bombers crashed near Madera (California) last night because of lact of fuel. ...

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  31. ALTMARK RESCUER PROMOTED

    LONDON, July 9. (A.A.P.)—Eight naval captains promoted to Rear-Admiral include Captain P. Vian. who commanded the destroyer H.M.S ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. AID FROM U.S.A.

    WASHINGTON, July 9.—A statement by the Under-Secretary of State, Mr. Sumner Welles yesterday, that plans for ...

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