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  2. ALLIES PUSHING TO WEST

    LONDON, Thurs.—The 89th S.H.A.E.F. communique says the battle south and east of Caen continues. The Allies, striking towards Troarn, reached the railway half a mile from the town, while other forces which had taken part in clearing Lovigny and ...

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  3. Ships and Planes Co-operate In Attack On Japs

    General MacArthur's Headquarters, Thurs.—Two Australian cruisers stood off the coast of Wewak sector of northern ...

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  4. New Japanese Cabinet Will Be Strengthened By "Wider Selection of Personnel"

    LONDON, Thurs.—The entire Japanese Cabinet which, headed by General Tojo, replaced Prince Konoye's Cabinet in October, 1941, has resigned. This was announced by Tokio official radio, quoting Domei ...

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  5. FURTHER FULL-SCALE OFFENSIVE INCREASES THREAT TO GERMANS IN NORTHERN BALTIC STATES

    LONDON, Wed.—Further increasing the threat to the German 16th and 11th armies, which, under General Lindeman, are holding th northern Baltic States, Russians have launched their seventh full-scale offensive against the Germans on the eastern front, and ...

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  6. No Respite For Germans in Italy

    LONDON, Wed.—After losing both Leghorn and Ancona to the Allies the Germans in Italy are getting no respite, ...

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  7. Raids On Germany By Planes From Italian Bases

    LONDON, Thurs.—About 400 Flying Fortresses and Liberators from Italy, to-day took part in the bombing of ...

    Article : 420 words
  8. ASSAULT ON GUAM CONTINUES

    WASHINGTON, Wed.—Continuing the sea and air assault on Guam, which has been practically non-stop since the ...

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  9. FLYING BOMB ACTIVITY ON BIGGER SCALE

    LONDON, Wed.—Since Tuesday evening flying bomb activity over southern England has been on a bigger scale than ...

    Article : 129 words
  10. Ministers Should Visit Great Britain and U.S.

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—Speaking to the Address-in-Reply in the House of Representatives, Mr. Anthony (U.C.P., N.S.W.) said he ...

    Article : 333 words
  11. Mysterious References To Alleged Phone Conversation

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—Mysterious references to an alleged telephone conversation between Mr. Cameron (U.A.P., ...

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  12. MINISTER REVIEWS R.A.A.F. ACTIVITIES

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--The total R.A.A.F., casualties from the outbreak of the war to March 31, 1944, were 9461. ...

    Article : 363 words
  13. Commissioner Fixed Advertising Rates For "Yes" Propaganda

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—Advertising rates in country papers for "Yes" propaganda for the referendum were fixed by the ...

    Article : 139 words
  14. Germans Daily Lose At Least 50 Tanks and Vehicles

    LONDON, Wed.—Every day since D-Day the Allied armies have shot up at least 50 tanks and vehicles, declared General ...

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  15. Coastal Guns Fire On Shipping In Straits Of Dover

    LONDON, Thurs.—South coastal guns opened against enemy shipping in the Straits early on Thursday morning, firing ...

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  16. Seeking Increase In Payments On Dairy Products For U.K.

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—The Commonwealth Government is negotiating with the British Government with a view to obtaining an ...

    Article : 204 words
  17. MEDICAL OFFICERS CAN WIN V.C.

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—It is now open to any medical officer to earn the V.C. or any other decoration, said the Minister for ...

    Article : 80 words
  18. Graz'ani Out Of Mussolini's Army

    LONDON, Thurs.—Swiss radio says Marshal Graziani, ex-Italian Commander-in-Chief, resigned from the military leadership of ...

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  19. SYNTHETIC WOOL IMPORTS

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—For the year ended on May 31 last imports of synthetic fibre piece goods resembling wool totalled ...

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  20. Money Allocated For "Yes" Campaign

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—A sum of money had been allocated by the Commonwealth Government in support of the "yes" campaign. ...

    Article : 75 words
  21. Booby Traps Fixed To Bodies of Soldiers

    LONDON, Wed.—There have been many reports that American dead in France have been found wired with explosives, but the ...

    Article : 69 words
  22. Proper Books Not Kept: Fined £100

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Ethelbert George Claxton, wine and spirit broker, was fined £100 in the special Federal Court to-day for ...

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  23. Necessity For Use Of Synthetic Rubber

    SYDNEY, Thurs.—The shortage of raw rubber in the United Nations has made inevitable the use of synthetic rubber in ...

    Article : 125 words
  24. White Australia Policy Of Labor Unchanged

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—The Commonwealth Government and the Australian Labor party had not changed their attitude to the ...

    Article : 70 words
  25. CHURCHILL HOPES TO VISIT AUSTRALIA.

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Curtin, announced in the House of Representatives to-day that Mr. ...

    Article : 53 words
  26. SUBSIDIES TO PRIMARY PRODUCERS

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—The total subsidies by the Commonwealth to primary producers for the four years 1940-44 was ...

    Article : 57 words
  27. FRENCH SOLDIERS ASKED TO JOIN UNDERGROUND ARMY.

    LONDON, Wed.—The French radio station at Brazzaville this morning broadcast an order to all officers and N.C.O.'s in ...

    Article : 59 words
  28. R.A.A.F. Casualty List

    SYDNEY, Thurs.—An R.A.A.F. casualty list contains the following:—Overseas.—Missing in air ...

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  29. FRENCH LEGATION IN CANBERRA.

    SYDNEY, Thurs.—With the arrival in Australia to-day, of M. Roger Monmayou, the French Government will establish a Legation in Canberra. M. ...

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