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  4. FIGHT TO DEATH ORDER BARDIA ARMY

    LONDON, December 23.—With orders to delay the British advance at all cost, General Berti, commander of the Italian forces in the beleaguered fortified port of Bardia, is waging a terrific defence against the British invasion of ...

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  5. Holidays Are Near

    MRS. B. SPIRO, of Hamliton, who far from the [?]adding crowd, enjoyed the surf and sea breeze at outhport, where Pacific breakers dispelled the discomforts of the heat wave. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Crowded Hours, But

    THOUSANDS of Christmas shoppers braved the head wave yesterday, searching crowded stores for elusiv gifts. The picture typified the Brisbane shoppin scene. These shippers were probably envious ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. GREEKS CAPTURE HIMARA

    ATHENS, December 23.—Pushing on steadily in Albania yesterday in the southern and central sectors, the Greeks captured the coastal town of Himara ...

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  8. States Greetings To A.I.F.

    THROUGH The Courier-Mail the following Christmas messages have been sent to Queensland members of the A.l.F. ...

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  9. U.S. Continues Ship Transfer Move: Nazi Threat No Bar

    NEW YORK, December 23.—Undeterred by Germany's "warning" against the transfer of foreign ships to Britain, the United States Government will ask Congress to grant special power to make the transfer, and to ...

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  10. CHOICE OF HALIFAX WELCOMED BY U.S.A.

    NEW YORK, December 23.—Administration officials said to-day that they were "deeply satisfied" with the appointment of Lord Halifax as British Ambassador to the United States. Lord Halifax has been Foreign ...

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  11. Home Burnt While Owners Were Shopping

    While Mr. James Watson Chalmers and his wife were Christmas shopping in Brisbane late yesterday their six-roomed home in ...

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  12. BIG GERMAN RAID ON MANCHESTER

    LONDON, December 23.—German bombers' main target last light was Manchester, which was attacked heavily for several hours. ...

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  13. MEN ACCEPT ADELAIDE TRAM HIDGMENT

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—A general meeting of Adelaide tramwaymen "to-night accepted Mr. Justice Drake-Brockman's award in the tramways ...

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  15. Relief From Heat Due: Fine Holiday

    A hundred thousand Christmas shoppers sweltered yesterday in the hottest weather this summer, but to-day is expected to be cooler. ...

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  16. BRITAIN READY TO MEET NEW INVASION ATTEMPT

    LONDON, December 23.—The frequent bombing of German in vasion ports, when aerial reconnaissance shows that German shipping and other resource are being assembled, and the assaults on German supply ships indicate the British High Command's ...

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  17. SHIP LOSSES DOWN

    LONDON, December 23.—Only seven ship were sunk by enemy action for he week ended December 15. Their tonnage totalled 41,500. ...

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  18. INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

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