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  4. INVASION OF EUROPE WELL UNDER WAY

    ALL the Allied world is thrilled with the news that the Allied invasion of Europe commenced at an early hour on Tuesday morning, and that landings were effected at a number of points on the west coast of France with comparatively light losses. ...

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    GENERAL EISENHOWER, who is Supreme Commander of the Allied invasion forces which this week made a Second Front landing on Europe. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    GENERAL SIR BERNARD MONTGOMERY, Commander-in-Chief of British forces who took part in this week's invasion of Europe. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ASHBURNHAM

    Counting of the Service and absentee votes in connection with the recent election tor Ashburnham has increased Mr. Dring's majority ...

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  8. STEALING WHEAT

    At the local Police Court yesterday the Police Magistrate, Mr. G. W. Brown, was occupied the greater part of the day in the hearing ...

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  9. Value of Flying Doctor Service

    Although only commenced a month ago, the value of the Medical Flying Service established, at Forbes by Dr. G. L. Young is ...

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  10. LATEST MESSAGES

    The second day of the invasion yesterday made good headway, with heavy fighting at several points. A number of the different landing parties have ...

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  11. Radio Message to Oppressed

    The dramatic contents of General Eisenhower's first communique on the invasion of Europe, issued early this morning, were heightened 15 minutes ...

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  12. RED CROSS P.O.W. APPEAL

    Mr. C. S. Wilson, who has been absent from the district, has now returned, and advises that his annual appeal for the Red Cross ...

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  13. £875 FOR WIDOW OF LATE W. H. TALBOT

    Mrs. Talbot, of Forbes, widow of the late Mr. W. H. Talbot, who was killed in a motor lorry accident near Canberra, on February 15, has been advised ...

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  14. DISTRICT LAMBS

    Notable sales at Homebush last Monday included A. E. Meacham, Lake Cowal, 55 crossbred lambs to 381, averaging 3u; F. W. Meacham Lake ...

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  15. Mr. Churchill's Statement

    In the course of his statement to the British House of Commons, Mr. Churchill stated that General Montgomery was in command of the Army group ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. On Other Fronts

    The Fifth Army in Italy is pursuing the retreating Germans north of Rome and is advancing rapidly, while north of Highway Six the Eighth Army has ...

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  19. KING'S BIRTHDAY

    The following arrangements will be observed at the Forbes Post Office next Monday, King's Birthday. Office will be open from 9 a.m. ...

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  20. LOCAL DOG'S SUCCESS

    Charming Minda, owned by the local" boniface, Mr. Jack Haddy, won the principal stake at the Dubbo Mechanical Coursing Club's fixture last ...

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