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  4. ''Fight to Redeem Europe From Fear of German Aggression" King Replies to Appeal

    "THE essential conditions on which we are determined that an honourable peace must be secured have already been plainly stated, and documents published since the war clearly, explain its origin and establish the responsibility for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Churchill's War Reviews:

    In a broadcast to-night the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Winston Churchill) reviewed the first ten weeks of the war which, he said, had turned out well for the Allies, and the power of the Empire and the French Republic to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    DEAGON SCRATCHINGS : Eight Division: Nil. Seventh Division; Gwen's Pride. Fourth Division: Cashel Lad. Sixth Division: Chely's Daughter, ...

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    Exclusive picture, received by air mail, of some of the first British casualties to arrive in hospital by ambulance train from France. A nurse is seen lighting the cigarette of a soldier with an injured arm. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Thetis Rescues

    The rescue team raised 35 bodies from the sunken submarine Thetis, after cutting a door in the floor of the slern ...

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  9. Big U.S. Wool Price Jump

    The Agricultural Economics Bureau reports almost a 50 per cent Increase in wool prices since August. It adds that the Increased domestic and ...

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  10. Finland Adamant Won't Go Further To Pacify Soviet

    M. ERKKO, the Finnish Foreign Minister, announcing the Russo-Finnish deadlock, stated: "We have gone so far, and we cannot go further. We are always willing to consider Soviet defence problems, but our own also must be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Rise in Temperature Expected

    A wind change at the week-end from south-easterlies to more seasonable north-easterlies, is likely to end a period of six weeks of almost continuous ...

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  12. Ambulance Bearers' Four-Mile Trek Over Rough Country To Attend Injured Man

    Ambulance bearers from the city were forced to make a four-mile trek through thickly wooded and rocky country and across creeks to-day to aid an injured timber-'getter at Upper Brookfield. He is Arthur Cough, 24, married, whose ...

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  13. City Council's Part in Water Supply Scheme For Redcliffe To Be Carried Out

    If the Brisbane City Council is unable in obtain any loan money to carry out its part of the Redcliffe Water Supply Scheme, the Treasury Department will ...

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    Eleven of the 14 collieries in the Cessnock field worked today. Three remained idle because the mines were not ...

    Article : 164 words
  15. Mr. Fairbairn to Be Sworn In as Minister for Air While in Canada

    Although he is in Canada for the Empire Air Conference, Mr. J. V. Fairbairn is to he sworn in immediately as Minister for Air. ...

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  16. Another Warrnambool Stone-Crusher Blown Up After Lapse Of 13 Years

    Somewhere in Warranambool there's is man who hates stone-crushers. He hates them so much that he blown up five of them. The fifth went up ...

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    A report from Fans states that several of the crew and a number of' dockers were killed by an explosion aboard a ship ...

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  18. To Give Weekly Radio Talks

    Dame Enid Lyons, widow of the late Prime Minister, announced from Devo[?]port, Tasmania, to-day that she had undertaken to give weekly radio ...

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    "The Times" correspondent at Paris says that, apart from the usual raids and patrols and German aerial trespassing over Belgian territory, the ...

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