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    NEW GUINEA: Troops coming ashore from a landing barge at an up-river position in Dutch New Guinea during practice landings.— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. State Cabinet

    BRISBANE: At the first meeting yesterday of the Queensland Parliamentary Labour Party since the general election, Mr F. A. ...

    Article : 468 words
  4. Anzac Day

    CANBERRA: The Army Minister (Mr F. M. Forde) in an Anzac Day message issued yesterday said: "On this 29th anniversary of ...

    Article : 669 words
  5. "Desperate"

    WASHINGTON: "The war situation is desperate for both the Japanese and the Germans," delared the US Naval Commander ...

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  6. 2-Way Counter

    LONDON: The Daily Mail's correspondent, cabling from the Assam front late on Saturday, says that the Allies launched a ...

    Article : 216 words
  7. Aged 27 or 28

    MELBOURNE: On the resumption of the Pyjama Girl inquest yesterday, Dr Mollison, the Coroner's surgeon, stated that the ...

    Article : 456 words
  8. Snows Melting

    MOSCOW: Pravda says that torrents of water roar down the Carpathian valleys as mountain snows melt, causing floods which ...

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  9. Mr Hanson Considered Safe in Buranda

    BRISBANE: Further counting of votes yesterday in the Buranda election contest increased the overnight lead of Mr Hanson ...

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  10. Advertising

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  11. Wine Flows Into Creek

    ADELAIDE: Sixteen thousand gallons of wine flowed into a creek when a brick tank burst at Seppelt's winery at ...

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  12. Bacon and Ham

    BRISBANE: The Deputy Meat Controller (Mr Summers) announced yesterday that the civilian quota of bacon and ham for ...

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  13. Raid on Sabang

    LONDON: The Associated Press Colombo correspondent says Admiral Sommerville at a Press conference dismissed the raid on ...

    Article : 139 words
  14. Woman Murdered

    SYDNEY: Following a drinking party, Helen Ault (46), a housekeeper, of Longfield street, Cabramatta, was murdered at the rear ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. Up in Arms

    ARMIDALE: New England potato growers are up in arms against the cavalier treatment accorded the industry by the ...

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  16. Nazi Raiders Over England

    LONDON: Raiders dropped bombs on a south coast town-early yesterday morning. Other raiders went inland and dropped1 fire ...

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  17. Americans Shell German Positions

    Members of an American gun crew of the Allied Fifth Army load a 240-mm, howitzer, as they prepare to shell German positions at Mt. Lungo in Western Italy. A camouflage net conceals the gun position.— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. Heavy Winds Sweep Brisbane and Sydney

    BRISBANE: A westerly wind hit Brisbane yesterday and attained a maximum velocity of 46 miles an hour. ...

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  19. New Emblem for Troops Mentioned in Dispatches

    MELBOURNE: The Acting Army Minister (Mr Fraser announced yesterday that members of the Australian Military Forces ...

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