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  4. RUSSIANS PROMISE BIG BATTLE

    LONDON, Friday.—Reports from Moscow indicate that not withstanding the concentration of 70 German ...

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  5. NAZIS COMPELLED SWITCH FORCES TO MEET US TROOPS ENEMY MAINTAINS ATTACK IN ALSACE

    LONDON, Friday.—The new attack by the United States First Army in Belgium, has compelled the Germans to switch forces from place to place with the hope of correcting the serious threat that is ...

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  6. MEETING HONORS FORMER MAYOR

    Leading citizens of Dubbo met at the Council Chambers last night to consider ways and means of recognising the ...

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  7. Financial Assistance For Ex-Servicemen

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Federal Cabinet today decided that ex-servicemen would be able to receive loans up to £1000 to enable them to settle on the ...

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  8. Coal Settlement Terms Accepted by Federation

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Settlement terms of the dispute which threatened a general coal stoppage towards the end [?] 1944 were accepted by the Central ...

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  9. Heavy Japanese Loss Of Ships: American Planes Sink 10 More

    LEYTE, Friday.—American bombers have destroyed another 10 Japanese ships, off Luzon, increasing their successes to 35 in the past two days. The total loss to Japan involves 57,000 tons. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Standard Color For Narromine Ambulance

    With a view to having a uniform color for its cars, now that the duco on the Narromine unit (navy blue) has worn sufficiently to warrant a ...

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  11. Lord Halifax Interviews President Roosevelt

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—President Roosevelt and Lord Halifax conferred for 45 minutes today. Lord Halifax said later that he discussed the ...

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  12. BIGAMY ALLEGED THREE FOR TRIAL

    SYDNEY, Friday.—William Grant-Park, engineer, of Redfern, allegedly went through a form of marriage with Dorothy Margaret Hughes (26), of ...

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  13. Army Not Responsible For Mouldy ACF Cakes

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Army was not responsible for the mouldy condition in which cakes for soldiers had allegedly arrived at their destination, ...

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  14. Mr. Mares Expects Early Fall of Rain

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The State Meteorologist (Mr. Mares) said today that the prospects of rain over NSW were brighter at present than for some ...

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  15. Former Director Civil Aviation Opposed to Government Control

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Political interference and control of detailed work of airline operations and management must inevitably lead to disaster, stated ...

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  16. Luftwaffe Strength Increases

    LONDON, Friday.—As the result of its policy of conversion, and continued production, the Luftwaffe is at present stronger than on D-Day, and shows ...

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  17. WANTS ALL US TROOPS RECALLED FROM EUROPE

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—Mr. Alvin Okonski demanded, in the House of Representatives, that the United States should withdraw troops from Europe, ...

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  18. New Archbishop Appointed

    LONDON, Friday.—The King has nominated the Bishop of London (the Rt. Kev. Geoffrey Francis Fisher) for election as Archbishop of Canterbury, ...

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  19. Mr. Bellemore to Resign

    SYDNEY, Friday.—It was announced today that the Deputy Director-General of Manpower (Mr. C. J. Bellemore) will resign from office within a ...

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  20. British Troops in Athens Clear ELAS From Square Disease Outbreak Feared

    LONDON, Friday.—British forces in Athens have cleared a large square of the ELAS forces, which have been firmly entrenched. The British success, however, was not accomplished without fierce opposition. ...

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  21. Worker Is Co-Partner Says Labor President

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Employers must learn to appreciate a worker as a co-partner in -business, not merely a commodity to te exploited for profit, said ...

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  22. Alleged Animal Cruelty

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The president of the RSPCA (Mr. K. S. Williams) announced, today that at least three prosecutions would he launched for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. SERIOUS ECONOMIC FUTURE FOR BRITAIN

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Britain's exports immediately after the war will be insufficient to pay for her vital requirements of food and raw materials. ...

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  24. Civilian Requirements In Textiles Secured

    NEW YORK, Friday.—The Australian Minister for Trade and Customs (Senator Keane) told the Australian Associated Press that Australian cotton ...

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  25. FUTURE OF ITALY JOINT STATEMENT

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—The Secretary of State (Mr. Stettinius) has denied that US and Britain have had major differences on the question of ...

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  26. Increased Coal Production

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Only three mines are idle in NSW today and, production for the first week of 1945 will exceed the production for the corresponding ...

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  27. SLEEPING CHILD INJURED BY FALLING TRAIN WATER BOTTLE AT DUBBO STATION

    Serious injury was suffered by a child at the Dubbo railway station on Thursday night, when a water bottle, which was being placed in the rack by a porter fell and struck the child while she was asleep on the carriage seat. ...

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  28. British VA's Think Coupon Rating High

    SYDNEY Friday.—Several VA's attached to the British Navy, who arrived in Sydney recently, had their clothes spoilt on the voyage by water. ...

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  29. RAILWAY ACCIDENT RATE INCREASES IN NSW

    SYDNEY. Friday.—During the past 14 months 190 persons were injured, several of them fatally, whilst on railway premises or in trains, from causes ...

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  30. Serious German Revolt Reported by Travellers

    LONDON, Friday.—Travellers from Germany report that a serious revolt, with considerable loss of life, occurred at Nuremburg at the week-end. This ...

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