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  4. Duke of Gloucester Sworn-In At Capital

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Duke of Gloucester was swornin as Governor-General of Australia by the Chief Justice of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The Premier (Mr. McKell) was with the official party who welcomed the Duke of Gloucester, when they landed at Man-0-War steps in Sydney ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  6. JAPANESE INTERN TURKISH DIPLOMATS AS A REPRISAL

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—Tokio Radio announced that the Japanese are interning the Turkish Ambassador and staff because Turkey ...

    Article : 52 words
  7. Natives Fight to Death

    PERTH, Tuesday.—A tribal fight over native woman during a three-day corroboree at a spot called Lowdene Garden, 10 miles east of Wilina, ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. REDS CONVERGE ON BERLIN FROM SEVERAL DIRECTIONS TO CRUSH ENEMY

    Russian forces have advanced to within 96 miles of Berlin. It is admitted by the ...

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  9. Dubbo Wool Stores: Construction of Main Brick walls Commenced

    Good progress is being made in the construction of the Dubbo Wool Stores. A start has now been made on the main walls. ...

    Article : 112 words
  10. Big Battle Expected In Asia

    WASHINGTON. Tuesday.— The Japanese Army of 4,000,000 men will make a final stand on Asia's Mainland. This prediction by the former ...

    Article : 155 words
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    L.C.A. (assault boats) manned by Royal Marines co-operating with Australian infantry in amphibious landing training. Thee L.C.A.'s were used in the landing at Normandy and were manned by the same Royal Marines. (Australian Official Picture.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. American Attack On Tokio

    WASHINGTON. Tuesday. - Completed reports of the American attack on Tokio on Saturday show that 50 Japanese fighters were destroyed, 23 ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. THREE ALDERMEN WANT MORE THOUGHT GIVEN TO DISTRICT INSPECTOR'S PLAN FOR EXTENSION OF SCHOOL PLAYGROUND

    At a meeting of the Municipal Council tonight an effort will be made; by three Aldermen to rescind the decision of last meeting not to approve of a transfer of portion of Victoria Park to the Department of Education. ...

    Article : 221 words
  14. Two More U.S. Divisions Have Landed on Luzon

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—Tokio Radio asserts that two more Americal divisions have landed on Luzon. The Radio, quoting the Domel Newsagency, says this makes a total of seven divisions, including two tank divisions. ...

    Article : 313 words
  15. Commonwealth Taxation

    To meet the need for war finance, Commonwealth income taxpayers have increased from 335,000 in the 1938-39 assessment year to 2,000,000 in the ...

    Article : 41 words
  16. CANADIAN ELECTION

    OTTAWA, Tueday.—Nominations closed for the Greynorth by election, but there has been no withdrawal of candidates opposing the Minister for ...

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    This British Official Wireless Picture shows Allied troops following-up General Runstedt's retreat. British troops are moving up to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. New British Machine

    A new British three-furrow combined planter sows potatoes at the rate on one acre per hour. Under Britain' wartime food plan the acreage of ...

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  19. DUBBO PRIMARY SCHOOL TO REMAIN THIRD-CLASS DURING 1945:

    Dubbo Primary School will remain a third-class school for 1945. If numbers warrant it, the school will be subsequently rated as a Central school, said the District Inspector of Schools (Mr. A. H. Jacobs) today. ...

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  20. Rain Emphasised New National Difficulty Rain « P r«

    "The recent heavy rain in the Dubbo district, particularly around Maryvale, has emphasised another National difficulty —soil erosion," said Mr. C. G. Robertson, M.L.A., when interviewed by a representative of "The Liberal," after a ...

    Article : 223 words
  21. "Mum and Dad" Win Second Prize in Lottery No. 1149

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  22. PEOPLE OF MANILA REPORTED STARVING

    NEW YORK, Tuesday. — Alfonze Denoga, a Manila journalist, who has ippines says that almost 1,000,000 reached the American lines in the ...

    Article : 133 words
  23. Desperate Fighting By Chinese at Kukong

    CHUNGKING, Tuesday.—Marooned Chinese forces at Kukong, 121 miles to the north of Canton, are slowly being wiped out in the bloodiest fighting of ...

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  24. Prisoners Use Raft To Escape from Gaol

    Melbourne, Tuesday—A raft which had been improvised form pine poles and petrol drums, was used by two prisoners to escape from French Island ...

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