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  3. AUSTRALIAN TROOPS TIGHTENING GRIP ON BARDIA

    Australian troops, with their English and Allied comrades, have tightened their grip on Bardia. Unconfirmed reports state that they have cut the cliff-top coastal road at Tobruk. Lorryloads of ...

    Article : 380 words
  4. POWERFUL DEFENCE AGAINST ENEMY NIGHT RAIDERS

    A searchlight unit, one of the hundreds that surround London, sends up a corridor of light, and any hostile aircraft passing furtively across the dark sky can be sure of detection. (Department of Information Photograph) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 45 words
  5. Britain To Spend Three Billions in U.S.A.

    A British official at Washington is stated to have completed a master list of British war orders totalling 3,000,000,000 ...

    Article : 69 words
  6. River Plate Hero Says Raiders' End Is Near

    Commodore Parry, who commanded the H.M.S. Achilles in the River Plate battle, said to-day he would be surprised if ...

    Article : 116 words
  7. Protecting Punters

    Under new rules in the Totalisator Act, published in the Government Gazette to-day, totalisator supporters in future will have their investment ...

    Article : 165 words
  8. AMERICA ALLEGES BOMBING OF DUBLIN. BELFAST

    The Chicago "Times" states that, according to first-hand and unimpeachatle sources, German planes severely bombed Dublin and ...

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  9. CHURCHILL TELLS OF AUSTRALIANS IN DESERT ENCOUNTER

    "Australian cavalry, sword in hand, made a charge at Jasarub, in the Siwa oasis, on Tuesday, capturing material and guns on an important flank," said the Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill), reviewing the Libyan ...

    Article : 395 words
  10. Christmas Holiday Arrangements

    "The Liberal" will not be published on Thursday. December 26 (Boxing Day), but will be issued on ...

    Article : 32 words
  11. SNOWY RIVER BANDIT

    Cornered in a bush fire miles from Orbost this morning, the Snowy River bandit gave in without a fight. He had been terrorising isolated houses in ...

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  12. COMPOSITE CAVALRY

    Melbourne, Friday night.—Commenting on Mr. Churchill's reference in the House of Commons to the Australian cavalry having charged "sword in ...

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  13. DESERT CASAULTIES

    Melbourne, Friday night: The Minister for Information (Senator Foll) said to-day that no casualty lists of A.I.F. in the Middle East had yet been ...

    Article : 57 words
  14. DARWIN MENINGITIS

    The total number of meningitis cases at Darwin which had been clinically diagnosed was 30, said the Minister for Health (Sir Frederick Stewart) to-day. ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. ITALIANS ABANDON AND FIRE MOUNTAIN TOWN

    A special report received from Athens last night states that the Italians have abandoned Klisura after setting fire to the town. According to reports reaching the Yugoslavian ...

    Article : 441 words
  16. INDIA, TOO, IS THERE

    From the four corners of the earth men and machines are pouring into Britain. An Empire's resources are going voluntarily into its war effort. From India come these men, who, while they wait to fight, work with the scythes in the fields. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Apparent Friends Were Sea Raiders

    The Minister for the Navy (Mr. Hughes) announced to-day that five of seven vessels which were attacked by an enemy raider in the vicinity of Nauru and Ocean Island on Sunday. December 8. were presumed to have ...

    Article : 418 words
  18. BOMBER ATTACKS

    The R.A.F. on Wednesday night reattacked Mannhem. Smoke and fires as a result of the previous raid were still visible over the town. Four new ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. Adelaide "Trammies" Stop Work In Late Shopping

    All trams ceased running in the city at seven o'clock to-night, while the men attended a stop-work meeting adjourned from yesterday. ...

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  20. Lejong Party's Appeal Rejected By A.J.C.

    The committee of the A.J.C. to-day dismissed the appeals of J. M. Kennedy (trainer), J. Ryan (jockey) and, Mrs. E. Brown (owner) against the ...

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  21. Finland's President Dies As Voting Takes Place

    While voting was in progress for the election of his successor, Finland's wartime President, (M. Kyosti Kallio) died yesterday from a heart attack at ...

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