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    THE Prime M[?]ufster (Mr. Curtin) has returned to Canberra, but will not be resuming official duties until his medical advisers permit him to do so. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 36 words
  5. Greece Seeking Regency

    LONDON, Friday. - Athens Radio has announced that Mr. Churchill and Mr. Eden have left Athens for London, where ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. SUBSTANTIAL ALLIED FORCES BATTER AWAYAT NAZIBULGE IN NORTH, SOUTH

    LONDON, Friday.-The Allies Have halted the German advance on the Western Front, and have further squeezed the Ardennes salient. The position last night looked better on all sectors. The German ...

    Article : 670 words
  7. Relief Map Used to Brief US Marines

    Picture on the left shows US Marines briefed for the landing on Pelei[?] Islands, receiving instructions. A US. Marine officer briefs his men while ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 95 words
  8. Jap Air Opposition Dwindling

    LEYTE, Friday. - There is now ample evidence that Japanese airpower in the Pacific area is dwindling. Allied planes are ...

    Article : 272 words
  9. Miner's Federation Order Full Production

    SYDNEY, Friday.-The Miners' Fed-eration today issued a direction ordering full-scale resumption of work at all mines en Tuesday. The direction ...

    Article : 102 words
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  11. GERMANS HERDED IN CENTRE OF BUDAPEST

    LONDON, Friday.-The Germans arp fighting for every street and house is, Budapest, as the Soviet infantry pour into the city. The British United Press ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. 120 Far West Children Holidaying at Seaside

    SYDNEY, Friday.-Country children, from as far off as Tiibooburra, beyond Broken Hill, were hardly able to speak with excitement when they arrived in ...

    Article : 92 words
  13. Army Minister Refuses Release Pte. Wilson

    SYDNEY, Friday.-The release on parole of Pte. John Wilson, Pte. J. J. Derrick and Spr. A. L. Chalmers has been refused by the Acting Minister for ...

    Article : 95 words
  14. AMERICAN CONGRESSMAN SAYS HE FOUND AUSTRALIANS WONDERFUL: NO SALCKENING

    LONDON, F-Mr. J. J. Heffernan, Chairman of the Committee of Congressmen, who visited the Pacific, said he found Australians wonderful. ...

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  15. NO JEEPS FOR SALE SAYS DISPOSALS OFFICER

    SYDNEY, Friday.-No jeeps are for sale. Au officer of the Commonwealth Disposals Board, made this quite clear today. It was recently rumored that ...

    Article : 71 words
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    A group of happy WAAF's smile as the ship departs from an English port. They are off to take over the jobs of RAF ground staff. (British Official picture). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. GERMAN LOSSES HAVE BEEN TERRIFIC

    LONDON. Friday.-Reviewing von Runstcdt's losses dining the first 12 days of the offensive, a report from SHAEF says they include 735 aircraft ...

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  18. Sydney Hotel Raids Licensees Charged

    SYDNEY, Friday.-Seven hotelkeepers, charged with failing to supply liquor to sustomers when it was demanded, were remanded by Mr. Atkinson ...

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  19. Lloyd George Accepts Earldom From King

    LONDON, Friday.-The King has offered, and Mr. Lloyd George has accepted, an earldom, which will be announced in the New Year honors list ...

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  20. WEST DUBBO WATER SUPPLY:

    Resulting from drawn-out negotiations between the Talbragar Shire Council and various Government Departments, approval has now been given for the tapping of the water main extending from the Municipal supply to the oil ...

    Article : 390 words
  21. Staff Map Study Blamed For Hitler's Slightly Bowed Head

    LONDON, Friday.-With, annardnt gravity, Goebbels haqs informed the German people that if their Fuehrer's head appeared to be slightly bowed is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Runstedt "Shot His Bolt"

    LONDON, Friday.-The "Times" correspondent at Allied Headquarters, says all indications now are that von Runstedt has shot his bolt. A succession of reeling Allied air onslaughts has given our field commanders time to make the necessary ...

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  23. BIG LABOR DISPUTE: US ARMY SEIZES MAJOR RETAIL FIRM

    WASHINGTON, Friday.-The. army has seized Montgomery, Ward and Company's retail and mail order properties in seven cities, acting under a ...

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  24. Telegrams for POW

    CANBERRA, Friday.-Telegram ser-vice between Japanese-held prisoners of war and internees and relatives in Australia lias been arranged by the Red ...

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