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  3. WHY CRIPPS FAILED.

    Revealing for the first time why his effort to reach an agreement during the Indian talks had failed, Sir Stafford Cripps dramatically intervened during ...

    Article : 315 words
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  6. FOOD FOR CORREGIDOR.

    Dawn was just breaking on the opening day of this year when the 5000-ton U.S. freighter, Coast Farmer, left Brisbane on one of the most ...

    Article : 344 words
  7. BEAT THE WINTER.

    Germany plans an all-out effort to win the Russian war this year, before a second Russian winter takes another crippling toll of the German army. ...

    Article : 587 words
  8. WHAT SMOKERS CONTRIBUTE.

    Estimates of the Customs and excise revenue from tobacco, cigarettes and cigars under the increased duties just imposed give a total of £20,650,000 ...

    Article : 436 words
  9. CHRISTMAS HAMPERS.

    Despite a shortage of some items this year. Christmas hampers, containing puddings, dried fruits, tinned cream, razor blades and tobacco, will be sent to ...

    Article : 330 words
  10. NEARING CAPITAL.

    British forces on Madagascar are advancing, and are now only 42 miles from the capital, Antananarivo, according to a Vichy message. ...

    Article : 320 words
  11. PETROL CUT

    More than 2300 American towns and cities, lacking buses, trams, trains, and any form of public transport, are appalled at the threat to private motoring ...

    Article : 282 words
  12. AIR FREIGHTERS.

    The aviation advisers of the War Production Director (Mr. Donald Nelson) have recommended that Henry Kaiser, the shipbuilding wizard, should be ...

    Article : 213 words
  13. ARMOUR FORMULA.

    The secret formula of a certain type of steel-armoured plate has been mastered at Newcastle in the Broken Hill Pty's laboratories, the Navy Minister ...

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  14. SEQUEL TO BRAWL

    As a sequel to Friday evening's Southside brawl, in which police sergeant A. B. Brown and two American sailors were wounded. Edward James ...

    Article : 313 words
  15. JAPAN'S ATTITUDE

    The Tokio official radio says that the Premier (General Tojo) has protested to the United States against American allegations that Japan has violated the ...

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  16. LOWER FARES.

    Beginning on Monday, concession rares will be available in Victoria to all male and female members of the Allied defence forces for the duration of the war. ...

    Article : 157 words
  17. NEWS FOR U.S. ARMY.

    "The enemy is tough, we must be tougher. There are encouraging signs of progress in that direction." says Lieut-General Lesley McNair, ...

    Article : 229 words
  18. POTATO SHORTAGE.

    The potato shortage for civilians is likely to be even more acute in the next two or three months, according to traders. This season's crops, they state, ...

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  19. REVOLUTIONARY BREEDING PROCESS.

    Britain has begun the Empire's first large-scale experiments in artificial insemination, the revolutionary breeding process which after the war will ...

    Article : 236 words
  20. COCKNEY'S DASH.

    This is the story of how Londoners of the King's Royal Rifle Corps walked through a hell of shell-fire in Libya. The heroism of a battalion of the ...

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  21. ROYAL COLOURS.

    Winning the St. Leger at Newmarket, the King's horse, Sun Chariot, achieved a remarkable record for the Royal colours, which never previously have won four ...

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  22. PLACED TIME LIMIT.

    The late Henry Bullen who lived at Haalemare, Surrey, left £12,000 and bequeathed £1000 to his only grandson, who is living in Australia. The ...

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  23. TWO KILLED.

    Two civilian airmen were killed yesterday afternoon when a Miles-Whitney aircraft belonging to the Royal Victorian Aero Club crashed from 2000 ...

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  24. MENINGITIS FIGURES.

    The cerebro-spinal-meningitis eptdemic in Australia is rapidly declining, and may soon disappear almost completely. Figures showing the numbers of ...

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  25. INDIAN PROBLEM.

    The Mahasabha leader (Mr. Mookerjee) lengthily conferred with the Muslem leader (Mr. Jinnah), after which Mr. Mookerjee said that the talk could be ...

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  26. YUGOSLAV SHIPS SUNK.

    The Navy Department announces that U-boats attacked two small Yugoslavian merchantmen in the Indian Ocean early in June. The Associated Press says that ...

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