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  3. AUSTRALIANS' FEAT.

    CANBERRA, Jan. 6.—A message from the King, praising "the gallant manner" of the entry of the Australian troops into the operations in the Middle East has ...

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  4. BRITAIN'S EFFORT.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—The appointment of three Ministerial committees, two of which will be concerned with vital aspects of the war effort on the home front, and ...

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  5. PACIFIC OUTLOOK.

    TOKIO, Jan. 7.—Australia is justified in taking a graver view of the Pacific situation in the northern spring. Japanese leaders, while emphasising their ...

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  6. A.I.F. CASUALTIES.

    MELBOURNE. Jan. 7.—Army Head-quarters in Melbourne stated today that there was no delay whatever between the official receipt in Australia of casualty ...

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  7. LULL IN THE AIR.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—Apparently immobilised by a heavy snowstorm, enemy raiders failed to appear over Britain last night or this morning and Royal Air ...

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  8. "Total Does Not Exceed 400."

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 7.—The Minister for Information (Senator Foll) issued a statement shortly before midnight in which he urged the public to discount— ...

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  9. A.I.F.'S EQUIPMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 7.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) today described as silly propaganda the following comment broadcast by the Berlin radio ...

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  10. RESULTS TO DATE.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—In a leading article on the appointment of the new Cabinet committees, "The Times" says there is widespread disappointment that the ...

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  11. COASTAL COMMAND.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—Although bad weather kept Royal Air Force bombers at home last night, the Air Ministry announced today that during daylight hours ...

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  12. THE BREMEN RAIDS.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—Sunday's edition of the Bremen newspaper "Bremen Nachrichten" confirms the British reports of three extremely heavy air raids last week. ...

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  13. AGGRESSION AGAINST INDIES.

    CHICAGO, Jan. 7.—The Netherlands Minister (Dr. Loudon) said today that the Dutch East Indies would resist invasion or aggression from whatever ...

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  14. INDIANS' SUCCESS.

    NEW DELHI, Jan. 6.—Indian troops took prisoner 240 Italians in an engagement on the Eritrean-Sudan border when the Indians recaptured a picket post ...

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  15. JAPANESE MINISTER.

    TOKIO, Jan. 6.—The "Asahi Shim-bun," commenting on the appointment of Mr. Tatsuo Kawai, as first Japanese Minister to Australia, says:—"He is one ...

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  16. JOY IN TURKEY.

    ANKARA, Jan, 6.—The Turks are overjoyed at the British victory at Bardia, particularly as it was from Turkey that the Italians gained their Libyan ...

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  17. DAMAGED SHEFFIELD.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—The King and the Queen visited Sheffield today and toured areas which had suffered damage and casualties in a night raid three weeks ...

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  18. SHORTAGE OF MEAT.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—Butchers are demanding measures to prevent angry queues gathering at their shops. During the week-end thousands of families were ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. THE FACTORY DRIVE.

    LONDON. Jan. 6.—The new Production Executive will immediately be given control of munitions and all other war supplies. It will co-ordinate and ...

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  20. THE EGYPTIAN REACTION.

    CAIRO, Jan. 6.—King Farouk has congratulated General Sir Archibald Wavell on the success of the forces under his command in capturing Bardia. ...

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  21. VICHY'S HESITATION.

    LONDON. Jan. 7.—Well-founded reports show that the Vichy Government's hestitations and changes are irritating the German Government more than ever ...

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  22. AN AMERICAN COMMENT.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 6.—In an editorial today, the "New York Sun" says:—"Those long lads from Australia had gone a long way to arrive at the outskirts of Bardia, ...

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  23. BERMUDA INCIDENT.

    TOKIO, Jan. 7.—The Foreign Minister (Mr. Matsuoka) today summoned the British Ambassador (Sir Robert Craigie) and protested at the recent incident in ...

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  24. BEYOND TOBRUK.

    MELBOURNE. Jan. 7.—The battle of the Western Desert is now entering its final stage, which will end with the capture of Tobruk. When Tobruk falls a ...

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  25. B.B.C. HEADQUARTERS.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—The British Broad-casting Corporation announced over the air today that it was now permitted to reveal that its London headquarters had ...

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  26. SOVIET AND JAPAN.

    TOKIO, Jan. 7.—The Foreign Office spokesman admitted this morning that trade talks between Japan and the Soviet in Moscow had been suspended ...

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  27. BERLIN STORIES.

    LONDON, Jan. 7.—Yesterday afternoon's Berlin communique reported that on Sunday German planes attacked a number of objectives in the south of ...

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  28. NANKING'S NEW BANK.

    SHANGHAI, Jan. 7.—Mr. Wang Ching-wei's new central Reserve Bank was formally inaugurated at Nanking yesterday. Simultaneously its new ...

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  29. FRANCE AND U.S.A.

    NEW YORK, Jan. 6.—The new United States Ambassador to France (Admiral Leahy) has arrived at Vichy and met the Foreign Minister (M. Flandin) briefly. ...

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  30. THAILAND CLASHES.

    BANGKOK, Jan. 6.—The Thai High Command today announced heavy fighting in the southern frontier sectors and Thai bombing attacks on French ...

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  31. THE TABLES TURNED.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—A special correspondent with the Mediterranean Fleet reveals that it was an Australian destroyer which entered Bardia harbour before the ...

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  32. AFRICAN CO-OPERATION.

    NAIROBI. Jan. 6.—The Belgian Minister for the Colonies (M. Vleeschauwer), the Governor-General of the Belgian Congo (M. Ryckmans) and General ...

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  33. BOMBS ON SWITZERLAND.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—Evidence produced by the Swiss Government to support its allegations that Basle and Zurich had been bombed by the Royal Air Force is ...

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  34. BOMBING OF EIRE.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—A Berlin report states that the Eirean Charge d'Affaires in Berlin (Mr. William Warnock) has sent a message to his Government's ...

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  35. MONEY FROM HOME.

    AUCKLAND, Jan. 6.—Explaining that under present conditions he found it inadvisable to increase the amount allowed to be remitted from New Zealand to ...

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  36. CIVIL DEFENCE WORKERS.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—Her Majesty the Queen has accorded her patronage to, and has given donations to a new civil defence comforts scheme organised by ...

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  37. HELP FOR THE BOMBERS.

    LONDON, Jan. 6.—Laurence Swadling, a 21-year-old works chemist in Surrey, has invented a "milometer" to enable aircraft pilots to tell what ground milage ...

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