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  2. BRITISH AIRMAN RECEIVES FRENCH DECORATION

    Flight-Lieut. Robert Voase J off, R.A.F.- fighter pilot, serving in France, being decorated with the Croix de Guerre by General Vuillemin, the Commander of the French Air Force, on February 3, 1940, for courageously attacking two German bombers in the-north of France on November 2,- 1939. He brought down one and put the other to flight. Flight-Lieut. Jeff is the first R.A.F . officer to receive the Croix de Guerre. He is also the first ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. “PUNTER'S PERIL” SAYS “MAIL” REPORTER

    Yeh people of Albury don’t know what [?] for £2 year and all [?] by the local racing club. You should have been ...

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  8. Broken Romance Ends in Double Shooting

    Miss Gladys Sophie Masters, a nurse, was shot In the back on Friday night by her former sweetheart, John Balmer, aged 29, of ...

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  9. RUSSIANS IN CENTRE OF VIBORG

    The second largest city in Finland—Viborg—appears to be at the mercy of the Russians, though the Finns are bitterly contesting every inch of ground. Severe hand-to-hand fighting occurred in the suburbs throughout ...

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  10. REORGANISATION

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menties) announced yesterday the reorganisation of the Royal Australian Air Force to meet the demands of ...

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  13. GERMAN MAGNETIC MINES

    Details of the operation of the German magnetic mines have been received by the [?] British Admiralty which states that parts of these ...

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  14. RAILWAYMAN BURNED IN TALLANGATTA BUSH FIRE

    A bushfire which broke out on the property of the late Mr. P. H. Cook at Annandale, five miles from Tallangatta, on Saturday afternoon, resulted in Mr. ...

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  15. AMUSEMENTS

    An emotional experience seldom encountered within the walls of a theatre is provided by the new Warner Bros. picture. “Dust Be My Destiny.” ...

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  16. MR. MAIR ACCUSED OF ONLY MAKING PROMISES

    Describing Mr. Mair as one of the most “promising” Premiers in the history of N.S.W., the current issue of “The Church Standard” adds: ...

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  17. GERMAN SEAMEN SAIL FOR ITALY

    Thirly-five seamen of the German steamer Columbus sailed to-day for Genoa aboard the Italian motorship Fella. All are over 52 years of age. ...

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  20. CANADIANS CAN ENLIST FOR FINLAND

    The Government has announced its sanction for Canadians to enlist for service in Finland, but it has stressed that it will not permit the oath of ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN TRADE AGREEMENT

    Wool manufacturers headed by Mr. Arthur Besse. president of the National Association. appeared before the Senate Finance Committee to oppose ...

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  22. AUSTRALIAN BEER FOR OUR TROOPS IN PALESTINE

    The Australian Canteens Board yesterday took over the eight canteens of the Army, Navy and Air Force Institutes. which have between them stocks ...

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  23. BRISK ENTERTAINMENT AT THE REGENT

    Nine months ago. Melvyn Douglas and Florence Rice introduced a new married couple to the screen in Joel Sloane, a dealer in rare books ...

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  24. “FRANCE WILL CARRY ON TO END”

    “France will carry on to the end.” the Premier (M. Daladier) told a party of Japanese journalists to-day. The Premier expressed the view that it ...

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  25. FORMER NOTED TRAINER DIES

    One of Australia’s leading racehorse trainers of a generation ago. Mr. George Maher, aged [?]. died at his home at Mentone late last night. ...

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  26. SUGAR AGREEMENT TO BE EXTENDED

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) announced to-night that the Government had decided to extend the sugar agreement for a period of five years ...

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  27. MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED

    Allen Mariz, aged 25, of Annandale, was killed last night when the motor cycle on which he was riding collided with a motor car at Lansdowne Miss ...

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