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  2. AXIS ATTEMPT TO BOTTLE UP BRITISH FLEET IN MEDITERRANEAN

    German air attacks on Malta and the Suez Canal suggest an Axis attempt to bottle up the British Mediterranean fleet. This might represent the first stage of the attack on Britain. The warning by Mr. Stimson, United States ...

    Article : 794 words
  3. LOSSES AT BARDIA

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Casualty lists for four States issued to-day by Army Head-quarters brought the total ...

    Article : 468 words
  4. WONTHAGGI MINE RESUMPTION

    WONTHAGGI, Monday.—Acting on the advice of their federation leaders, the members of the Miners' Union to- day decided to resume work at the ...

    Article : 344 words
  5. TWO STRIKES ARE SETTLED

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Two strikes were settle to-day, but a fresh one at the Clyde Engineering Works is threatened. The strike at the factory of De Havilland Aircraft Works at ...

    Article : 899 words
  6. BRITAIN'S NEW "TOBY"

    The familiar features of Mr. Winston Churchill replace "Toby" in a new jug designed by Mr. C. Tim Brown, a young English sculptor and no one will deny that the result is as British as ever. Mr. Brown is seen at work on his new model. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 48 words
  7. AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL TO TACKLE PRODUCTION PROBLEMS

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Problems of production and distribution of vital commodities will be considered by the Australian Agricultural Council at its meeting in Canberra to-morrow week. ...

    Article : 441 words
  8. BOARD DELAYS DECISION

    A request from the Minister for Health (Dr. Gaha) that he be permitted the right of a restricted private practice in the event of his ...

    Article : 211 words
  9. QUEENSLAND IN FAVOURABLE POSITION

    As a result of a splendid 92 by Rogers and a pains-taking 117 in five and a half hours by Cook, Queensland is ...

    Article : 370 words
  10. COMET MAY APPEAR IN EVENING

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Government Astronomer (Dr. J. M. Baldwin) to-day had some comforting news for the seekers of ...

    Article : 268 words
  11. STATE'S DUTIES IN WAR

    "We realise that prosperity, peace and happiness never come out of the battlefield, and while the most vita necessity at the present time ...

    Article : 480 words
  12. FIRST PATIENT OF FAMOUS SCIENTIST

    It was reported from France the other day that a man named Joseph Meister had committed suicide, states a London paper. It is not a name ...

    Article : 418 words
  13. CASUALTIES IN AIR RAIDS

    LONDON, Monday.—The Ministry of Home Security announces that December air raid casualties in the United Kingdom were the lowest for ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. HOME BUILDING IN NORTH

    The possibility of constructing homes in Launceston under the group system is being investigated by the Minister in Charge of the Housing ...

    Article : 292 words
  15. MEN ON WAGES AT RISDON SEEK BONUSES

    By a substantial majority the Zine Workers' Union has adopted as its policy the holding of a stop-work meeting or meetings unless its members ...

    Article : 205 words
  16. HON. FELLOW OF ORIEL

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The rare distinction of Honorary Fellowship of Oriel College, Oxford, has been conferred on Mr. J. B. Brigden, M.A., ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 234 words
  17. REPAIR OF LAKE WEIRS BY CITY COUNCIL

    Repairs to the weirs at Woods and Arthur Lakes, which are maintained to control the flow of water to the Duck Reach power station, were ...

    Article : 267 words
  18. BUSH BOY SHOWS STAMINA

    The endurance of a 16-year- old boy, Lyle Wells, earned the admiration of volunteers who fought a fire near the ...

    Article : 273 words
  19. MR. FADDEN NOW ACTING PRIME MINISTER

    MELBOUNE, Monday—Without ceremony, the Federal Treasurer and Acting Leader of the Country Porty (Mr. Fadden), who will be Acting ...

    Article : 97 words
  20. JEHOVAH SECT RAIDED AT NEWCASTLE

    SYDNEY, Monday.—In a raid on buildings at a Jehovah Witnesses' setiement at Sandgate, Newcastle, to-day, police confiscated literature and ...

    Article : 187 words
  21. MAN-OF-WAR STING FATAL

    BRISBANE, Monday.—The first death from the sting of a Portugese man-of-war for 12 months occurred at Townsville yesterday, when Jean Campion, ...

    Article : 74 words
  22. AIRMAN AS "BEATER"

    Chasing ducks with an aeroplane cost Paul Wilson, aged 27, 10 dollars for "illegally harassing and driving wild ducks," states the "New York Times." ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. TO-DAY'S SUMMARY

    FORECAST—Fine LIGHTS ON VEHICLES—7.24 p.m. to 4.56 a.m. Picture Theatres—Plaza, 2.15 and ...

    Article : 42 words
  24. STATE ATTITUDE TO N.U.R.

    Further reference to the Government's attitude to the National Union of Railwaymen and the Australian Railways Union was made at a meeting ...

    Article : 242 words
  25. NEW ZEALAND FLIES WITH EMPIRE

    New Zealand pilots and observers have a discussion around a map before setting out from Britain on an operation. On land and sea and in the ari, the men of the British Empire fight with the Motherland, confident that her cause is to better civilisation, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 59 words
  26. GERMANS MOVING SOUTH-EAST

    The map shows where concentration of German troops are reported in Rumanis. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 15 words
  27. Advertising

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    Advertising : 38 words
  28. LUCKY ESCAPE FROM SEA

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Chance use of a pair of field glasses by a 15-year-old boy at Mooloolaba yesterday led to the rescue of a man clinging to a swamped ...

    Article : 116 words
  29. BULGARIAN RAILWAYS CURTAIL SERVICES

    LONDON, Sunday.—Belgrade radio states that the Director-General of the Bulgarian State Railways has declared that the necessity to save coal and ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. TALKS ON U.S. BASES

    NEW YORK, Sunday.—A United States commission of three and a New- foundland commission of two have gone to London by Clipper to confer ...

    Article : 40 words
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