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  4. Prospects of German Invasion

    "It is authentically reported that rubber floats filled with liquid air, capable of floating large tanks ...

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  6. DAY AND NIGHT RAIDS

    R.A.F. bombers carried out daylight attacks throughout yesterday on military objectives in France and Holland. Damage was caused to sidings ...

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  7. BALKAN ENTENTE

    "The continuance of the Balkan Entente is now not Justified, as a result of the Salzburg talks." says the diplomatic writer of the Berlin ...

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  8. GERMAN SEA RAIDER DAMAGED

    An engagement has taken place in the South Atlantic between the armed merchant cruiser. H.M.S. Alcantara (22,209 tons), under the command of ...

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    SO THAT MEN MAY FIGHT.—Not far from London these women work in the fields. Theirs is a twofold help to Britain's gigantic war effort—they produce food and release men, to figh (Commonwealth Department of Information Photo). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. IN AUSTRALIA

    In order So mobilise Australia's industrial units more fully, Commonwealth economic experts are investigating a scheme whereby not only ...

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  11. MELROSE'S RECORD

    The actual flying time or the Minister for Air (Mr. Fairbairn) on his round Australia flight, broke the record held by the late C. J. Melrose ...

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  12. IN MEDITERRANEAN

    It was announced to-day that two Gladiator , aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm intercepted three Italian Savola aircraft in the Mediterranean on ...

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  13. GREEK TANKER SUNK

    The Admiralty announces that the Greek tanker, Hermoine, under charter to the Italian Government and carrying 300 tons of petrol and 200 tons ...

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  14. U.S. GASOLENE BAN

    All major oil companies with headquarters in Melbourne indicated to-day that America's ban on the export of aviation gasolene outside the ...

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  15. FEWER UNEMPLOYED

    The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Spender), before leaving for Brisbane to-day, said that there were 70,000 more men at work to-day than at the ...

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  16. SINKING OF LANCASTRIA

    Explaining in the House of Commons to-day why the news of the sinking of the Lancastria with tremendous loss of life had been ...

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  17. NATIONAL SECURITY

    The Commonwealth or State judicial authorities in dealing with industrial disputes, or the fixation of wages and working conditions, may conduct ...

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  18. JAPANESE AIM

    The Japanese Government has announced the construction of a "new order" in "Greater East Asia," having for its foundation the solidarity of ...

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  19. WARSHIPS ON MOVE

    The Madrid radio reports that a British naval squadron left Gibraltar yesterday and began cruising in the Straits. It added that the squadron ...

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  20. AFTER THE WAR

    "We must find money for other humanitarian projects in addition to the war," declared the Minister for Supply (Sir Frederick Stewart) at ...

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  21. DOMINION SUPPLIES

    The Dominions Secretary (Lord Caldecote) announced in the House of Lords to-day that, a conference will shortly be held between Australia, ...

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  22. 240 ENEMY PLANES

    "During July at least 240 German aircraft were shot down by the R.A.F. and ground defences," says an Air Ministry announcement this evening. ...

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  23. NEW GUINEA

    Action was taken to-day under notice in the Government Gazette bringing Papua and the mandated territory of New Guinea into the ...

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  24. COMPULSORY TRAINING

    Men of the 22, 23 and 24 age groups have been called up to-day in parts ol the country and metropolitan areas under the compulsory universal ...

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  25. SAFETY OF THE SEAS

    The vast movement of troops from various Darts of the Empire since the outbreak of war has been carried out without the loss of a single ship or ...

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  26. RAIDERS OVER THAMES

    It was officially stated that enemy aircraft bombed a few points in the neighborhood of the Thames Estuary and the Bristol Channel last night. ...

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  28. SIX BRITONS RELEASED

    It is authoritatively announced that Japan has now released six of the British subjects who were arrested, seven are still under arrest. ...

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  29. FRENCH FLEET

    The Vichy correspondent of the "New York Times" says that French naval authorities claim that the French Meet is distributed as follows: ...

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  30. CHUNGKING BOMBED

    The Japanese to-day bombed Chung, king and Pelpel. Many are believed to have been killed. ...

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  31. AUSTRALIAN CASUALTY

    The first Australian infantryman to be injured in enemy action was announced in a casualty list issued to-day by the Southern Army Command. ...

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  32. BRITISH PILOTS AND SKILLED WORKERS

    The British Embassy has invited pilots and other British subjects of military age in the United States who have technical qualifications to ...

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  33. BOMB UNDER NEWSPAPER OFFICE

    A Russian member of the French Concession police, armed with a "tommy" gun, was detailed to guard the American "Shanghai Evening Post." ...

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  35. BIG PURCHASES FROM U.S.A.

    Mr. Beale, a member of the British Purchasing Mission in the United States, addressing the foreign trade conference in San Francisco to-day, ...

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  36. ALCANTRA REACHES PORT

    The maritime police reported that the Alcantara entered harbor at 1.55 a.m. and, after a short stay, proceeded to the Cianna Island shipyards for ...

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  37. U.S. Defence Bill Approved

    The House of Representatives to-day approved of a bill implementing President Roosevelt's defence request, totalling 4,863,151,957 dollars for cash ...

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  38. AVIATION PETROL

    president Roosevelt announced at Washington to-day that the United States had banned the export of aviation petrol outside the Western ...

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  39. MANUNDA NOW A HOSPITAL SHIP

    Having been converted into a modern hospital ship, the Adelaide steamship Company's interstate liner Manunda has been moved from Cockatoo ...

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  40. Hitler to Meet Petain

    It is expected that Hitler will meet Marshal Petain soon, probably in Paris, says the French frontier correspondent of the "Times." The initiative, ...

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  41. OUR CABLE SERVICE

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

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