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  4. Heat Wave In Sydney

    Sydney to-day is experiencing another heatwave, accompanied by intense humidity. The State meteorologist (Mr. Glares) says ...

    Article : 201 words
  5. FALL OF BARDIA TO BRITISH IS NOW IMMINENT

    Britain's twotold onslaught against Italy's African Empire was successfully maintained to-day. It is learned in Cairo that the fortified perimeter at Bardia was pierced at several points, although hard fighting ...

    Article : 449 words
  6. BRITAIN HAS THE POWER THAT WINS

    British cruisers and their guns are a reminder that Britain holds the sen power, the ace that, played at the right moment, will win the war of Germany's making.(Department of Information) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Britain Will Help All Abyssinians in Revolt

    The Under-Seeretary for Foreign Affairs (Mr. R. A. Butler) stated in the House of Commons that information naturally was ...

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  8. P.M. SAYS SOLDIER BIT HAND THAT FED HIM-£10 FINE

    Pte. Charles Herbert Wheeldon (22) was picked up by a traveller near the military camp at Dubbo on December 2. Subsequently ...

    Article : 248 words
  9. DENIAL OF NAZI TROOPS IN FORCE IN ITALY

    It is authoritatively stated in London that no confirmation is available of reports that Germany has concentrated 50,000 troops and large stocks of supplies at Bari and Naples in Italy. Nor is any ...

    Article : 188 words
  10. GERMAN INVASION OF SPAIN FORECAST

    According to private advices received from the best-Informed quarters in London, a German invasion of Spain is expected momentarily with the ...

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  11. Citrine Says Britain Not At Peak of Output

    Cleveland On[?]or, wednesday. The General Secretary to the British Trade Union Congress (Sir Walter Citrine) stated ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. Italians On Wrong Side Reason For Defeat

    "Shortly the world will be given a fresh declaration of war alms," declared the Minister for Economic Warfare (Dr. Hugh Dalton) in a speech ...

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  13. Thoroughbred Destroyed

    Portante, who dislocated her near fore fetlock while racing at Cranbourne (Vic.) yesterday, was destroyed last night. The mare, who started odds-on ...

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  14. SEWERAGE WORKS SUBSIDY OFFER WITHDRAWN

    Because Dubbo Municipal Council did not avail itself earlier of its generosity, the Department of Works and Local Government has ...

    Article : 244 words
  15. Germany's Dye Works Bombed In Attack on Exports

    In view of Germany's shortage of nitric acid for explosives, and her reliance on the export of dyes and chemicals as a valuable source of ...

    Article : 151 words
  16. Three Atlantic Sinkings Reported by U.S.

    The Mackay radio to-day reports the picking up of messages indicating that three whips, one British, one Norwegian, and one Dutch, have been sunk ...

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  17. Tribute To Police

    Following his election for the tenth consecutive term, the Mayor of Cobar (Ald. T. Maidens) tendered a banquet to representative citizens of the town. ...

    Article : 167 words
  18. ITALIAN WARBIRD

    BRUNO MUSSOLINI Son of the Italian dictator, Mussolini is reported to have been shot down in an aerial engagement in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 65 words
  19. PRICE OF WHEAT

    The Australian Wheat Board's quotations for export wheat to-day were steady. Bulk lots were quoted at 3/11¼ and bagged parcels at 4/0[?] per ...

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  20. London Enjoys Record Respite From German Air Raids

    For the sixth successive day London had no day raid to-day. There also was less than seven hours of night raiding during the same period. Last niprht London was completely free of an alert, and to-night, after many ...

    Article : 235 words
  21. Life In Far West

    A recent visitor to the far west, around the Cobar and Nymagee districts, was Detective-Sergeant G. E. Frankish, who reports hat favorable ...

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  22. Torpedo Boats Sink Nazi Supply Ship

    British motor torpello boats this morning torpedoed and sank an armed enemy supply ship of between 0000 and 7000 ...

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  23. SERIOUS WASHAWAYS DELAY HEAVY RAIL TRAFFIC ON WERRIS CREEK LINE

    The heavy flow of rail traffic on the Dubbo-Binnaway-Werris Creek line was seriously interrupted as the result of major washaways near Caroona on Tuesday night. Normal running had not been restored to-day, and ...

    Article : 173 words
  24. GREEKS HAMPERED BY DEEP SNOW IN ALBANIA

    Deep snow in Albania is making operations very difficult. The Greeks are engaged in mopping-us operations while occupied in northern hamlets, ...

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  25. STATE LOTTERY

    Lottery No. 730 was drawn to-day. Principal prizes went to:—First, 35839, "Woy Woy" Syndicate, P. Smith, 15 Wilson Street. Mascot; second, ...

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  26. WAR-TIME BASIS

    The secretary for State (Mr. Cordell Hull) disclosed to-day that he was urging placing industrial war production as nearly ns possible on n war-time ...

    Article : 57 words
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Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
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