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  3. ITALY REPORTED SUING FOR PEACE

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Reports that Italy is suing for peace with Britain and that German preparations for a thrust south through the Balkans are approaching a climax dominate to-day's war news. ...

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  4. VALUABLE GAINS FROM ITALIANS

    The ltalian garrison at Tobruk destroyed only a part of the valuable stores held in the town. Thousands of gallons of motor spirit ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. OLD DAYS' GREAT RECORD

    Old Days, one of the best all-round mares-sprinter and stayer—seen in Tasmania since Seignorina eclipsed her many good performances yesterday by winning the Launceston Cup brilliantly with 8.12 in time just outside ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DANGER THREATENS AUSTRALIA

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A warning that Australia was in danger of hostile action, "near if not upon our coast line," was given to-night by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden).. He coupled his warning, however, with an ...

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  7. Aid to Britain Will Continue if U.S.A. Involved

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday—President Roosevelt announced to-day that if the United States happened to get into war in the ...

    Article : 68 words
  8. JAPANESE PLANS CAPTURED

    CHUNGKING, Wednesday.—Plans for an imminent Japanese move in her south- ward expansion programme ...

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  9. A.I.F. Private Commended

    LONDON, Tuesday.—It is officially announced that Private F. T. Mitchell, of the A.I.F. (United Kingdom), has been commended for bravery. ...

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  10. INSURANCE RATES CUT

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The advisory committee of marine underwriters has reduced the war risk rates between a number of ports in the East ...

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  11. AUSTRALIANS' TROPHY

    The Australians added a new ltalian flag to their extensive collection of trophies. This one was formerly Tobruk's civic flag.—Department of Information Photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. BRITAIN HITS AXIS PARTNERS HARD ON AIR, LAND AND SEA

    LONDON, Tuesday.—In Europe and in Africa, on land, sea and air, Britain is hitting the Axis partners hard. Ostend has been bombed by the Navy, Hanover subjected to one of the heaviest air raids of the war and new attacks against Italy's African empire have developed. ...

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  13. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    Mr. Curtin Makes Progress MR. CURTIN, Federal Labour Leader, is to be congratulated upon some portions of his ...

    Article : 277 words
  14. FOUR KILLED WHEN R.A.A.F. PLANES COLLIDE : FATAL CRASH IN N.S.W.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Four of the crew were killed when two R.A.A.F. advanced training aircraft collided at Amberley, Queensland, to-day. The body of another R.A.A.F. pilot was found at Moss Vale, New South Wales, beside the wreckage of his machine , which had .been missing since yesterday. ...

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