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  2. DEPARTURE FOR TIMOR

    Australians lined up on the wharf at the point of departure from Australia before embarking for Timor Island. Below is a view of the convoy departing. The Japanese claim to have landed at Koepang, Dutch Timor and Dilli. Portuguese Timor ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 44 words
  3. £2,379,000 GOLD BULLION FROM NIAGARA

    CANBERRA.--Gold bullion worth £2,379,000 has been recovered from the strongroom of the Niagara, which was sunk by enemy mines 27 miles off the New Zealand coast last year. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 516 words
  4. TEN-MILE COASTAL BLACKOUT BELT

    Henceforth no light must be shown from any building anywhere within territory 10 miles back from the ocean coast from the South Australian border on the west to the New ...

    Article : 916 words
  5. No More Trench Muddles.

    Commenting on the muddle over the digging of trenches and filling them in again at the North Williamstown ...

    Article : 476 words
  6. 17 Sydney Police Sent To Country

    SYDNEY. -- Seventeen members of the New South Wales Police Association, including the president, the ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. Two Race Meetings In One Day Make Mr Curtin Disgusted

    CANBERRA.--"Utter disgust" was expressed by the Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) today because two race meetings were being held in Melbourne this afternoon. He said that, in taking action under the National Security Regulations to make this possible, the Victorian Premier (Mr ...

    Article : 343 words
  8. Cable On Return Of R.A.A.F. Men

    CANBERRA.--The Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) has communicated with the High Commissioner in London (Mr Bruce) in relation ...

    Article : 89 words
  9. Now He's a Planebreaker

    LONDON, Friday. -- When British War Office plans for preventing Army "square pegs going ...

    Article : 144 words
  10. Prime Minister Restricts Broadcasting Of Races

    CANBERRA.--Following the latest tendency to increase racing in Victoria and the failure in certain other States to respond to his appeal for a decreased public interest in racing, the Prime Minister (Mr ...

    Article : 205 words
  11. U-Boat Bases Near American Coast?

    NEW YORK, Friday. -- The Brazilian freighter Olinda (4053 tons) was shelled and sunk by a submarine on Wednesday off the United States coast.-- The crew of 46 was saved. ...

    Article : 249 words
  12. UNION'S MILK BAN STANDS

    Little alteration in the position regarding milk deliveries is expected tomorrow in comparison with recent Sundays. ...

    Article : 186 words
  13. Japan's Plea Hypocritical, Says Curtin

    CANBERRA. -- Describing the Japanese attempt to justify the occupation of Timor as clearly ridiculous, the Prime Minister (Mr ...

    Article : 301 words
  14. NO GROCERIES OR FISH ON MONDAY

    Groceries will be unobtainable on Monday in the metropolitan district, and in Geelong and Ballarat. Every grocery trade employe must ...

    Article : 91 words
  15. GIRL OF 12 MURDERED

    SYDNEY. -- William Ernest McDonald. 40, soldier, appeared before Mr Hardwick, S.M., at the Central Police Court today on a ...

    Article : 116 words
  16. No Ban On Parcels To Middle East

    CANBERRA.--Parcels may still be addressed to A.I.F. troops in the Middle East, the Postmaster- General (Senator Ashley) said ...

    Article : 82 words
  17. SEARCH FOR SCIENTISTS

    SYDNEY.--The State Government did not feel that all possible use was being made of the scientists in the Government service, ...

    Article : 147 words
  18. A.A. GUNNERS GAVE JAP RAIDERS ALL THEY HAD

    In his first despatch since the Japanese raids D. W. LOCKWOOD, The Herald's Darwin correspondent, who has reached Katherine, pays tribute to the anti-aircraft gunners and stresses the need for fighter aircraft. ...

    Article : 686 words
  19. VICHY SHIPS SUNK?

    LONDON, Friday. -- Vichy News Agency says that three British bombers on Monday sank two French trawlers off Arcachon, in ...

    Article : 43 words
  20. "War Guilt" Trial

    VIC[?]Y, Friday.--When the "war guilt" trial was resumed at Riom today, M. Ribet, Counsel for M. Daladier, ...

    Article : 167 words
  21. Advertising

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    Advertising : 177 words
  22. Women Offer Wedding Rings As War Gifts

    CANBERRA.--The Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) was deeply touched by the sacrifice of four women, who have sent ...

    Article : 278 words
  23. THREE TRAMS IN COLLISION

    SYDNEY.--Showered with broken glass and flung to the floor, 20 persons were injured when three trams were ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. Bombs Aid Burma Road Repairs

    Chinese working on the Burma Road find that Japanese bombing helps them to do their road maintenance and repair jobs. ...

    Article : 121 words
  25. MORE PAY FOR HOP PICKERS

    HOBART.--Pickers of hops in Derwent Valley probably will earn more money in the field this year than at any time in the ...

    Article : 138 words
  26. WORKERS PRESENT TWO AMBULANCES

    To present two ambulances bought with money contributed by the staffs of 94 branches of O. Gilpin Ltd., Private J. S. Stenner ...

    Article : 92 words
  27. Shortage of Coal Trucks

    HOBART.--Cornwall coal mine closed down on Thursday because of a shortage of trucks to get the coal away. The Minister for ...

    Article : 42 words
  28. WAR RISK RATES TO AUSTRALIA UP

    LONDON, Friday. -- War risk cargo rates between Britain and Australia have been increased to 15 per cent.-- ...

    Article : 26 words
  29. CORONER BLAMES HOARDING FITTING

    ADELAIDE.--Evidence that a hoarding 20ft. long and 10ft. high, attached to a city building, had been unsafely attached before it ...

    Article : 97 words
  30. FABLE OF THE FRIENDLY (BUT NOT SO WISE) FOX

    ONCE upon a time -- this week, in fact-- there was a friendly Fox who lived near ...

    Article : 302 words
  31. RAIDS ON FRANCE

    LONDON. Friday.--In daylight sweeps over the Channel and Northern France today British fighters attacked two factories and ...

    Article : 49 words
  32. Decision Soon On Anzac Day.

    CANBERRA.--Whether it will [?] be possible to observe Anzac Day [?] usual this year in the capital [?]ities will be considered by the ...

    Article : 21 words
  33. Youth Committees To Dig Trenches

    The Combined Youth Committees have responded to the Premier's appeal for volunteers to dig trenches for school children. ...

    Article : 56 words
  34. FIRST EXECUTION FOR 115 YEARS

    LONDON, Friday.--The Finnish Radio says that the first execution in Finland for 115 years was carried out yesterday on a man ...

    Article : 49 words
  35. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 28 words
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