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  3. FAR EASTERN MOVES

    CHUNGKING, Dec. 10.—As announced in London, agreement in principle has been reached regarding further British financial aid to China. ...

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  4. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 11.—Intensive lobbying on tax bills and long sittings through what Major Cameron (U.A.P., S.A.) described today as "possum hours" ...

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  5. SALES TAX PROPOSALS.

    CANBERRA. Dec. 11.—Although the Government's sales tax proposals were accepted today by the House of Representatives with only two important alterations, ...

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  6. MINED CARGO SHIP.

    ADELAIDE, Dec. 11.—Damage to the overseas cargo ship which was mined in southern Australian waters on Saturday night was examined by a diver yesterday ...

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  7. SECURITY MEASURES.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—Speaking on the motion for the adjournment of the House of Commons today, Mr. Stokes (Labour) asserted that the Defence Regulations ...

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  8. EMPIRE AIR SCHEME

    CANBERRA, Dec. 11.—Announcing the disembarkation at a South African port of the first draft of Australian airmen selected for training in Southern ...

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  9. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

    SYDNEY, Dec. 11.—That they were theological students was put forward at Burwood Court yesterday on behalf of nine young men who had refused to take ...

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  10. AMERICAN IRON EXPORTS.

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.—President Roosevelt has placed iron ore, plate iron, ferro alloys and certain iron and steel manufactures and semi-manufactures ...

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  11. TWO ANNOUNCEMENTS COUPLED.

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.—Britain's credits for China and the United States steel and iron embargo are those countries' answer to Japan's concentration of ...

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  12. THE FIRST CONTINGENT.

    The contingent of airmen from Australia who have landed in South Africa under the extended Empire Air Training Scheme, form part of an immense army ...

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  13. DETENTION OF SOLDIERS.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 11.—Allegations that a member of the A.I.F. had been sentenced to solitary confinement in a room about seven feet square at Puckapunyal ...

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  14. THE WHEAT INDUSTRY.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 11.—At 4 a.m. today the House of Representatives passed through all stages the Bills to authorise the provision of £3,770,000 for drought ...

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  15. GERMAN AGENTS.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—Only the members of the Court, including the 12 jurors, whose names were drawn from a ballot box, and the officials associated ...

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  16. AERORADIO SERVICES.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 11.—The Minister for the Air (Mr. McEwen) said yesterday that the aeroradio communication facilities controlled by the Civil ...

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  17. COMMUNISTS BANNED.

    AUCKLAND, Dec. 11.—Recently the Auckland Education Board asked the Education Department not to grant teachers' certificates to two ...

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  18. TROOPS IN SOUTH CHINA SEA.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—The Hanoi correspondent of the Associated Press says that it is reported from usually reliable sources that the Japanese are concentrating ...

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  19. FRENCH SENTIMENT.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—A Vichy dispatch says that the German radio at Stuttgart today criticised the French public for their resistance and delay in aligning ...

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  20. DUTCH INDIES TRADE MISSION.

    TOKIO, Dec. 11.—Mr. Yoshizawa, new head of the Japanese trade delegation to the Dutch East Indies, left for the Indies today. ...

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  21. FIRE ON AIR LINER.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 11.—When fire broke out in an air liner as it landed at Wagga tonight the seven passengers were rushed to safety. The fire, which was caused ...

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  22. FIGHTING IN CHINA.

    CHUNGKING, Dec. 10.—The Chinese War Minister (General Ho Ying-chin) said today that as a result of a Chinese counter-offensive in the Han River ...

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  23. BRITONS IN PARIS.

    PARIS, Dec. 10.—The police have been ordered to round up all Britons of both sexes over ten years of age. Hundreds have been escorted to police stations, with ...

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  24. FREE FRENCH LEADERS.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—The Vichy Government has by decree deprived of their French nationality General de Gaulle (leader of the Free French forces) and ...

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  25. WINDSORS IN MIAMI.

    MIAMI (Florida), Dec. 10.—The Duke and Duchess of Windsor arrived this morning from Nassau (in the Bahamas). The Duchess later underwent a ...

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  26. IN THE WEST INDIES.

    FORT DE FRANCE (Martinique), Dec. 10.—The French Government has centralised dictatorial power in the French West Indies in Admiral Robert. ...

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  27. GREAT BOULDER CASE.

    KALGOORLIE, Dec. 11.—The Great Boulder case, in which three young men are to stand trial on a charge of having, on November 17, attempted to steal ...

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  28. £750 IN NOTES MISSING.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 11.—Two sisters. Misses Agnes and Elizabeth Donald, who conduct a delicatessen shop in Railway-parade, Allawah, have lost £750 in notes, ...

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  29. THAILAND AND INDO-CHINA.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—A Hanoi message says that it was stated authoritatively there today that Thai planes bombed Savannakhet (French Indo-China) ...

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  30. HELP FOR HOUSEWIVES.

    Rising prices and slimmer incomes demand that there shall be no waste in the kitchen; and for health as well as economy housewives should buy foods ...

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  31. A VICHY PURGE REPORTED.

    LONDON, Dec. 11.—According to the Moscow Radio, the Vichy Government has expelled "a number of undesirable elements, including some Americans." ...

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  32. TRIPLE TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 11.—After an inquest at Bowral today James William O'Hara (31), gardener, was committed for trial on a charge of having feloniously killed ...

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  33. WORK FOR ALIENS.

    LONDON, Dec. 11.—Poles, Frenchmen, Belgians and Dutchmen are among the workers who are helping to clear up the debris in London after bombing raids. ...

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  34. PARACHUTE TROOPS.

    The United States Secretary of War (Mr. Stimson) recently announced that an initial battalion of 500 parachute troops, patterned along the lines of ...

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  35. TRAINING PLANE CRASHES.

    AUCKLAND, Dec. 11.—Two air pilots undergoing training were killed instantly today when an aeroplane crashed in Canterbury during a cross country flight ...

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  36. SOVIET DENTAL PRACTICE.

    MOSCOW, Dec. 10.—Soviet dental clinics are using a solution of table salt as an anaesthetic in drilling teeth. The sponsor, Dr. Levin, of Odessa, says that ...

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  37. BRITISH UNEMPLOYED.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—Figures show that 308.131 men and boys and 295.110 women and girls were wholly unemployed in Great Britain on November 11 last. This ...

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  38. WOMAN ROBBED.

    LONDON, Dec. 10.—William Henry George Dean (21), who is alleged to have deserted from the A.I.F. at Cane Town and travelled to England on his ...

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  39. NEWS FOR FOREIGN PRESS.

    TOKIO, Dec. 10.—A new system for dealing with the foreign Press has been inaugurated, eliminating contact with the Ministries. In future all information ...

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  40. FATAL COLLAPSE IN CITY.

    A man collapsed and died at the corner of Barrack and Hay streets early last night. Several hours later he was identified as Frederick Anthony Beswick, of ...

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  41. SWISS CONFEDERATION.

    BERNE, Dec. 10.—Dr. Ernst Wetter, an economist, has been elected President of the Swiss Confederation. ...

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