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  4. HEAVY RUSSIAN DRIVE

    LONDON, Sunday.—Reports from the German frontier state that the Russians have broken through the inner defences of Kharkov, key city on the Donetz River and fourth city of Russia, and ...

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  6. Zeros no Match for U.S. Bombers

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA, Sunday.—It took less than three minutes for three U.S. bombers to shoot down seven Zeros when a whole swarm of Japanese fighters intercepted them over Rabaul on ...

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  7. R.A.F. OFFENSIVE

    LONDON Saturday.—A series of low-level attacks against two strongly defended convoys off the Frisian Islands last night, herald ...

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  8. SHOPS AGAIN RUSHED

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Panic buying showed no signs of easing to-day and many city store's were compelled to close departments a ...

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  9. DEMANDS ON VICHY

    LONDON, Saturday.—If Vichy does not comply with Field Marshal Goering's demand against Laval, Italy will immediately ...

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  10. Dengue Fever

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A warning that if local councils and civilian population did not cooperate in full measure to stamp ...

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  11. TERRIFIC BATTLE FOR KHARKOV

    LONDON, Sunday.—An independent French Newsagency message from Ankara says that for 10 weeks before Marshal ...

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  12. V.A.D.'s OVERSEAS

    CANBERRA, Saturday.—The Minister for the Army (Mr. Forde) announced to-day that the first batch of V.A.D's sent to the ...

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  13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Drastic amendments to important Government bills in the Legislative Council, rendered possible by the ...

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  14. ECHO OF CORAL SEA BATTLE

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—Capt. Kanji Ogawa has replaced Rear-Admiral Inori Maeda in the Japanese Imperial Headquarters press ...

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  15. BLACK MARKETS

    "Black market" selling of goods bought in last week's shopping panic will be nipped in the bud by the Prices authorities. ...

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  16. CAPTURED AT CORREGIDOR

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—Japanese Imperial Headquarters now says that 12,495 American and Filipinos were captured at the ...

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  17. JAPANESE SUBMARINE

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—A Japanese submarine sank 65 vessels, totalling 444,000 tons, in the Pacific and Indian Oceans up to ...

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  18. BURMA FRONT

    NEW DELHI, Sunday.—Unconfirmed reports say that General Alexander's British forces which were withdrawing ...

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  19. AIR RAID VICTIMS

    LONDON, Saturday.—Dozens of small children who were found wandering in the ruins of Exeter and Bath after the recent ...

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  20. FATAL COLLISION

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Two officers of the V.D.C. were killed and two other men are in a serious condition as a result of a sensational ...

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  21. Junee Patriotic Fund

    At the recent meeting of the Junee Mayor's Patriotic and War Fund, Mr. L. Reid resigned as secretary owing to his enlisting in the R.A.A.F.. His ...

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  22. REINFORCEMENTS FOR AUSTRALIA

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—The Army and Navy to-day jointly released a detailed report of the progress of the war, disclosing ...

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  23. SENTENCE COMMUTED

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—President Roosevelt has commuted the four years' sentence on Earl Browder, former general ...

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  24. HARD BLOWS AT JAPANESE BASES

    G.H.Q., South-west Pacific, Sunday.—Figures based on an official communique reveal that the week of hard blows on Japanese ...

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  25. KING HAAKON

    LONDON, Saturday.—King Haakon has sent a personal message to his people in Norway on the occasion of the Norwegian ...

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  26. MELBOURNE MURDER

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—To assist in locating the strangler of Mrs. Pauline Thompson, whose body was found on the steps of ...

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  27. OUR CABLE SERVICE

    By special arrangement Reuter's world service, in addition to other special sources of information is used in the compilation of the overseas ...

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  30. DUTCH OFFICERS

    LONDON, Saturday.—All regular officers and cadets of the former Dutch Army have been sent to a German prisoners of ...

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  32. R.A.A.F. VOLUNTEER SHOT DEAD

    MELBOURNE, Sunday—On the eve of entering the R.A.A.F. John Leslie Aldridge, aged 18 years, boot clicker, was accidentally shot ...

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