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  4. TOWNS AND VILLAGES TAKEN BY U.S. AND BRITISH TROOPS ON WEST FRONT

    LONDON, Friday.—The German exodus from the West Front continues with the result that British and American troops are pressing steadily forward taking towns and villages in the wake of retreating Nazis. ...

    Article : 232 words
  5. NAZIS IN PRECARIOUS POSITION ON EAST FRONT IT Futile Attempts To Stage Holding Battles

    LONDON. Friday.—Roads that were specially made by the Nazis for the invasion of Russia, are now, ironically enough, being used by the Russian generals, Koniey and Zhukov in a'race to Berlin. ...

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  6. World's Agonies Ended by Next Xmas

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Russian forces were today closer to Berlin than he was to the capital of NSW, and he hoped the Acting Minister for Russia ...

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  7. Nazis May Abandon Italian Theatre

    LONDON, Friday.—All war correspondents on the Italian front are discussing the possibility of Marshal Kesselring planning to pull his tropos out ...

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  8. Impertinent Questions POW Sec. Denounces Army

    SYDNEY. Friday Night.—Bitter criticism of the "impertinent way" in which the Army questioned the next of kin of soldiers lost on the ...

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  9. Activities Against Japs

    LUZON, Friday.—The capture of the important Clark airfield was announced from Mac Arthur's 'Headquarters to-day. An advance was made by American infantry. The fort at Stotsenburg was also captured. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Big Battle In China Seas

    NEW YORK, Friday.—About 50 Japanese and American warships were encaged in a big battle in the easter China Sea. off Wonchow and ...

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  11. Anti-Social Complex Gets a Man 3 Months Gaol

    SYDNEY, Friday Night.—At the j Burwood Police Court today, Charles' Wilson (24), railway carriage cleaner, of Petersham, was sentenced to three ...

    Article : 141 words
  12. Odor Offends Workers Wont Handle Navy Meat

    SYDNEY. Friday Night.—The British Navy will shift, on Sunday and Monday, all mutton and beef killed at the abattoirs. The release of this ...

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  13. Form of the Horses In Two Handicaps

    SYDNEY, Friday night. — Cold Shower has firmed for the Australia Day Handicap at Randwick tomorrow and has displaced Felbeam and Hall ...

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  14. Coal Statistics NSW Leads Production

    SYDNEY, Friday Night.—Australian production of black coal in 1944 amounted to 13,737,075 tons as against 14,163,996 in 1943 and 14,950,208 in ...

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  15. Dubbo High School

    It is requested that new first-year boys and girls (who intend enrolling at the Dubbo High School) will not attend the school, on the first school ...

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  16. Reserved Faculties At Sydney University

    SYDNEY, Friday night.—The Chairman of the Universities Commission (Professor Mills) revealed to day that 595 first year students would be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Postal Arrangements for Holiday on Monday

    The postmaster at Dubbo (Mr. C. Heywood) advises that holiday postal arrangements at Dubbo for Monday next will be as follow ...

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  18. Improved Train Service From February 4

    From February 4 next, sleeping accommodation will be restored on all interstate and country trains, Premier McKell announced today. From, that ...

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  19. Country Subbranch Congratulates Mr. Tully

    SYDNEY, Friday night. — Pleasure at learning that the Eumungeric-Coboco sub-branch of the RSL had conveyed to the Minister for Lands ...

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  20. No Interference In Coal Industry

    CANBERRA, Friday. — The Prime Minister made it clear today that the Government would not interfere in the coal industry until a report had been ...

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  21. RSL President Battles for Servicemen

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—It is utterly ridiculous to say that the Government was hampered in its quest for efficient administrative officers by the ...

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  22. Warship Repairs Efficiency Praised

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Torn almost in halves by an enemy torpedo, an Australian cruiser was fitted out with a new stern at Cockatoo Island ...

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  23. Live Stock Owners Must Register for Supplies

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham) stated today that in accordance with National Security Agricultural Aids Regulations, it would be ...

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  24. NSW Labor Council Invests in Radio Station

    SYDNEY, Friday Night.—The secretary of the NSW Labor Council (Mr. R. A. King) said today that the Council had invested £7000 in "A" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. Russia Seeks Finance To Reconstruct Dam

    WASHINGTON, Friday. — Russia had asked the United States for long-term low-interest credits of 6000 million dollars for reconstruction, says ...

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  26. Sale of Thoroughbreds Purple Heart Tops List

    MELBOURNE, Friday Night—At the Newmarket thoroughbred sales today Versailles was purchased by the Victorian trainer (W. Duncan) for 2000 ...

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  27. No Cut in Meat Yet

    To date there has been no indication of a possible cut in civilian meat ration. This was stated today by officials of the Master Butchers' ...

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  28. THREATENED STRIKE MAY CAUSE BLACKOUT

    Arising from a threat by employees at railway powerhouses and Bunnerong to go on strike, householders in Sydney, Newcastle, Lithgow and country centres, where railways supply ...

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  29. WEEK'S TEMPERATURES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 66 words
  30. CHANGE IN RACE TIMES

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