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  4. BRITAIN'S SEA-GOING AIRFIELDS

    The Fleet Air Ann of Britain's Navy has struck hard at Italy's naval strength. In this picture, taken aboard a British aircraft carrier, a sailor is seen fitting special holders to heavy bombs before they are loaded on the aircraft. (Department of Information Photograph) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  5. Negotiate To Acquire French Possessions

    Representative Case introduced a bill in the House or Representatives today authorising the United States to acquire French possessions in ...

    Article : 113 words
  6. REPORTED BRITISH, AMERICANS LEAVE SYRIA, LEBANON

    The Independent French Newsagency's Jerusalem correspondent reports that Britishers, Americans and Palestinians are leaving Syria and Lebanon on the advice of the Consul. The correspondent adds ...

    Article : 331 words
  7. SURRENDER

    DUKE OF AOSTA The Viceroy of Abyssinia and Commander-in-Chief of the Italian forces has accepted British ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Hess Affair Throws Onus On German Weather Man

    The "Daily Express" states that Air-General Willibald Spang, head of the Luftwaffe's meteorological office is now ...

    Article : 73 words
  9. WIN FOR STOCKTON

    The 764th state lottery, which was drawn today, was won by a resident of Stockton. The northern districts were well ...

    Article : 99 words
  10. Great Haul Made In Amba Alagi Capture

    Seven thousand prisoners and a considerable quantity of arms and war material were captured at Amba Alagi, in Abyssinia, which formally surrendered today. ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. ROOSEVELT PREPARES SPECIAL MESSAGE

    Washington, Tuesday.—President Roosevelt is considering a special message to Congress regarding the international ...

    Article : 33 words
  12. EIGHT NAZIS DOWN

    Eight enemy planes were destroyed during the night and today. Five fighters were brought down by R.A.F. fighters over the Channel. Four of ...

    Article : 56 words
  13. America In War Soon, Is View of Japanese Press

    The Japanese Press today declares that United States participation in the war is only a matter of time. General comment was that Japan ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. Soldier's Death When Bren Carrier Capsizes

    Private Herbert Ivan Martin (23), A.I.F., of Trafalgar (Victoria), who was killed near Bathurst on Saturday when a Bren gun carrier ...

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  15. McBRIDE BLAMES LEADERS, NOT WORKERS, FOR APATHY TOWARDS WAR EFFORT

    The Minister for Munitions (Senator McBride), addressing a meeting in Adelaide in support of the Government candidate for the ...

    Article : 148 words
  16. A.R.P. CONFERENCE

    The Premier (Mr. McKell), referring to an early conference Between the States and the Federal Government on A.R.P. services, said today that he ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. WHEAT MARKET

    The Australian Wheat Board's quotations: Millers' lots for home consumption, 3/11¼; prices for export on application to the board. ...

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  18. DENTZ'S ARMY DISGUSTED AT FRENCH ACCEPTANCE OF NEW GERMAN DEMANDS

    Vichy's permission for the German use of the Syrian aerodromes has caused a very painful impression among French troops in ...

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  19. Semple Arrives in Sydney

    Sydney, Tuesday.—The New Zealand Minister in charge of National Emergency Services (Mr. Robert Semple) arrived in Sydney today to discuss war ...

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  20. The Widow's Mite

    "Please accept this widow's mite." ran an invitation to the Mayor of Dubbo (Ald. E. B. Serisier), accompanying a free ...

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  21. Fadden Warns Australia Harder Times Ahead

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden) in a statement today said we must inevitably suffer a much greater degree of rationalisation pf industry in Australia than as yet we had had reason to foresee. ...

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  22. BRITISH WAR EFFORT

    The Swiss newspaper "National Zeitung's" correspondent in Berlin, after reviewing Germany's appraisement of the war situation, declares ...

    Article : 59 words
  23. NOT ENOUGH WORK

    A deputation of clothing manufacturers told the Minister for Munitions and Supply (Senator McBride) that they were not getting enough defence ...

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  24. DUBBO SOLDIER DIES OF WOUNDS

    Acting-Sergeant Frederick Wilfred Stevens (44), of Dubbo, has died of wounds received while on active service in the Middle East. He is the first veteran of the 1914-18 conflict from ...

    Article : 186 words
  25. ZAMZAM IS SAFE

    After it had been feared that the Egyptian steamer zamzam, of 8299 tons, had been sunk in the South Atlantic while on her way from New ...

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  26. RECRUITING LAG

    The Director-General of Recruiting, (Major-General) Lloyd is concerned that New South Wales was only third in the list of Australian States in the ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. 2DU'S FOUNDER

    After having planned, constructed and established Radio 2DU, Mr. Dour Holmes, who has been a director and chief engineer of the station for just ...

    Article : 62 words
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