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  3. LATE SIR HENRY GULLETT'S SON

    Among the Australian wounded in the British advance into Libya was Sergeant H. B. (Jo,), Gullett, only son of the late Sir Henry Gullett and of Lady Gullett, of Orchard Cottage, Moonga-road, Toorak, Melbourne. He is seen here firing a Vickers gun. He returned to Australia by flying beat for brief leave after the death of his father in August. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. ABYSSINIANS IN REVOLT

    Almost the whole of Abyssinia is seething with revolt, says a special correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" on the Abyssinian frontier. The speed of rebellion is causing the Italians such anxiety that ...

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  5. AID BILL AS CHECK TO CONQUEST

    It was necessary for the United States to recognise that Germany's programme was a world movement of conquest and to act in self-defence before it was too late, ...

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  6. U.S.A. Speeds Up Naval Construction Work

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—The Secretary for the Navy (Colonel Knox) stated to-day that navy yards all over the ...

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  7. JEHOVAH SECT DECLARED ILLEGAL BODY

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Federal Cabinet decided to-night to declare Jehovah's, Witnesses an illegal organisation ...

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  8. TWO PILOTS LOST WHEN R.A.A.F. PLANES COLLIDE, CRASH INTO SEA

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Two R.A.A.F. single-engined two-seater training aircraft on a ferry flight to a northern air force training school collided and crashed into the sea near Terrigal early this afternoon. ...

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  9. ANTI-AIRCRAFT UNITS TO BE CALLED UP

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Southern Command officials said to-day that two militia units engaged on anti-aircraft service ...

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  10. WILHELMSHAVEN BATTERED

    LONDON, Thursday.—The R.A.F. raid on Wilhelmshaven last night was a bigger hammering than this important German war centre has ...

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  11. Army Could Find Suitable Job for Solomon

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The formation of a special corps of women for canteen work in leave centres of the A.I.F. abroad is contemplated by the ...

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  12. GETTING INTO POSITION ROUND TOBRUK

    CAIRO, Thursday.—Heavy sandstorms have abated, enabling the British troops to continue the big job of moving up equipment around the ...

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  13. MAY GRANT TAX CUTS TO ARMS WORKERS

    SYDNEY, Thursday—The possibility of allowing munitions workers special disability allowances as a deduction from federal income tax ...

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  14. CARRIER WITHSTOOD HEAVIEST ATTACK YET ON SINGLE SHIP

    The bomb-blasted aircraft-carrier Illustrious has arrived at a Mediterranean port under her own power. She was attacked by German dive-bombers almost incessantly for seven hours, says a correspondent of the Associated ...

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  15. Greek Advance Slows in Snowstorm

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Defying heavy snowstorms and intense cold, the Greeks have continued to thrust back the ...

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  16. Fire-Raising Raid Ineffective

    LONDON, Thursday.— Another attempt by German bombers at fire- raising in London was defeated last night, and two raiders were shot down ...

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  17. SOVIET IMPORTS AID GERMANY

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The problem of supplies reaching Russia across the Pacific, which enable her to ...

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  18. Australian Women in Germany

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Through U.S. agencies in Germany, the Commonwealth Government is taking action to deal ...

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  19. Norway Bases Raided

    Enemy air bases at Forus (near Stavanger) and Mandal, and other targets in Norway, were attacked by a ...

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  20. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE DICTATORS which seek to destroy us have smashed trade unionism in their own countries. Their workers have been ...

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  21. French Attack Repulsed

    BANGKOK, Wednesday.—The first French attempt to penetrate Thai territory in the north-east sector is revealed in a Thailand High ...

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  22. RAILTON GIRL DROWNED AT NEW NORFOLK

    Despite strong efforts by a companion at rescue, Joan Garwood (13), daughter of Mr. Bertram Alexander Garwood, of Railton, was drowned in ...

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  23. London Raids Renewed

    LONDON, Thursday.—An alert sounded in London late last night was the first for over 72 hours. It was followed by several other alarms. ...

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