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  3. FATE OF MINISTRY IS UNDECIDED

    Terms for a compromise on the Federal budget were unanimously adopted at a meeting of the advisory War Council this afternoon. These terms were later endorsed by a joint meeting of the U.A.P. and Country Party, but the Official Labour Party decided after a ...

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    A British destroyer of the Tribal class, to which the Arunta, launched at Sydney on Saturday, belongs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. GREEKS CLOSE TO SUPPLY PORT

    Announcing that they are within a mile and a quarter of Saranda, an Italian supply port, the Athens Radio says that the Greek forces have pursued the enemy with- out losing contact. ...

    Article : 579 words
  6. POPE'S HOPE OF TRUCE AT CHRISTMAS

    VATICAN CITY, Tuesday—Indicating that it was his personal wish, the Pope to-day expressed the hope that a ...

    Article : 58 words
  7. CANNONS FOR FIGHTERS

    The chief advantages are their longer range and their damaging power. The trajectory of the machine—guns used in the Hurricanes and Spitfires drops ...

    Article : 154 words
  8. MORE NIGHT RAIDS ON LONDON

    Portended by frequent daylight visits by scouts, London had its noisiest raid last night since Friday. ...

    Article : 262 words
  9. "USURPING RIGHTS"

    Because a number of amendments were inserted in the Launceston Corporation Bill in the House of Assembly ...

    Article : 531 words
  10. GIRL KILLED

    Elaine Fay Fraser (aged seven) received fatal Injuries yesterday afternoon when the bicycle she was riding with a boy aged 11 was ...

    Article : 171 words
  11. ADVANCES FOR FRUIT NEXT YEAR

    Variety groupings for apples and pears under the 1941 acquisition scheme and advances under the groups to ...

    Article : 513 words
  12. THAI TROOPS REPULSE FRENCH ATTACK

    BANGKOK, Tuesday. — The Thailand. High Command announced to-day that an effort by French forces from Indo-China to seize the south-eastern ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. SPANISH TRAIN DISASTER

    MADRID, Tuesday—Fifty were killed and 80 injured when an express from Madrid collided with another from Barcelona near Velilla. ...

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  14. HOUSE SHOWS NO INTEREST IN BUDGET DEBATE

    While negotiations for a compromise were being conducted this afternoon between the Government and the Opposition, the budget debate was carried on without enthusiasm in a sparsely attended House of ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. NEW M.H.R. NOT SWORN IN

    CANBERRA, Wednesday—Although Mr. V. Johnson, newly-elected Labour member for Kalgoorlie, arrived in Canberra to-day, he was not sworn in as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. BRITISH BOMBERS BLOCK KORCA ROAD

    The story of how three British bombers heroically cut the Italian lines of communication on the Pogradec-Korca road has been told by the Air Ministry. Of the three bombers, only one returned. ...

    Article : 345 words
  17. PRIVATE POSES AS OFFICER

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday — Robert Tresize Noye (21) was charged in the Daylesford Police Court to-day with having worn the uniform and emblem of ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. Mass Deliveries of U.S. Planes

    BALTIMORE, Tuesday—"Since early in November, 40 American pilots have been making regular mass deliveries ...

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  19. U.S. Expert Says Britain Will Not Lose War

    NEW YORK, Wednesday.—An official observer, General Chaney, returned from Britain to-day and described the air battles in August and September as ...

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  20. ATTACK ON INFORMATION DEPARTMENT

    CANBERRA Wednesday. — Drastic curtailment of the activities of the Department of Information or its abolition was overdue, Senator Major-General ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. METAL WORKERS ON STRIKE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — The manufacture of life rafts for A.I.F. troop- ships is held up as the result of a strike of sheet metal workers ...

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  22. ENLISTING BELGIANS IN AUSTRALIA

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — The Consulate-General for Belgium has been instructed by the Belgian authorities to register all Belgian male subjects in ...

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  23. W.A. DROUGHT BROKEN

    PERTH, Wednesday.—After probably the worst drought in the state's history, heavy rain fell throughout the farming areas yesterday and last ...

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