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  3. U.S. EXPECTED TO SEIZE MORE SHIPS

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—The United States Government has placed under surveillance 19 French merchantmen in American ports, including the liner ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. THE LION RAMPANT IN THE MIDDLE SEA

    The map shows the locations of the recent sansational naval happenings in the Eastern and Western Mediterranean. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. AUSTRALIAN SHIPS IN BATTLE

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Two Australian warships—the cruiser Perth and the destroyer Stuart—formed part of the British squadron of three battleships, an aircraft carrier, four cruisers and destroyers which heavily ...

    Article : 1,042 words
  6. American Munitions On Way to Greece

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—President Roosevelt announced to-day that U.S.A. was shipping a number of howitzers to Greece. He added that it could safely be assumed that they were only part of the material Greece ...

    Article : 66 words
  7. NAZIS REVIVE WAR OF NERVES

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Although rumours of an imminent rupture in Yugoslav-German diplomatic relations are premature, undoubtedly the situation is very tense. Many German nationals are leaving the country, and ...

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  8. POLICE IN ARMOURED CAR DISPERSE STRIKERS

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—Milwaukee police drove a sixton armoured car into a mob of 3000 C.I.O. strikers at the Allis Chalmers works to-day and dispersed pickets with tear bombs. The police acted when strikers lined the ...

    Article : 251 words
  9. MISTOOK SHIP FOR RAIDER

    BOSTON, Monday.—Her flag at half-mast, and with one lifeboat missing, the Belgian freighter Ville de Liege reached Boston to-day with a tragic ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. NEW BOMB USED BY R.A.F.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Last night bombers of the R.A.F. raiding Germany caused havoc with a new type of ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. SEA RAIDERS BOMBED IN FRENCH PORT

    LONDON, Monday.—Two German surface raiders, the battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau (both of 26,000 tons), which have been used in ...

    Article : 187 words
  12. COMMUNISTS IN CANADA

    TORONTO, Monday.—The outlawed Communist Party still has a large and active underground membership, which is attempting to foment labour trouble ...

    Article : 168 words
  13. GAS REHEARSAL IN ENGLISH TOWN

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Following the Home Secretary's advice in a recent speech that the population of Britain should be ready at any time to face ...

    Article : 106 words
  14. SMASHING HIT AT POINT BLANK RANGE

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham told newspaper correspondents at Alexandria that seven 15in. ...

    Article : 135 words
  15. PUBLIC SERVICE HEAD

    Cabinet has decided to introduce a bill in Parliament increasing the salary for the position of Public Service Commissioner from £850 to an undisclosed ...

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  16. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    TO THE EXTENT that war needs demand the transfer of much of our productive capacity from civil to military ...

    Article : 217 words
  17. CREAK IN AXIS GREETS MR. MATSUOKA

    LONDON, Monday.—The Japanese Foreign Minister (Mr. Matsuoka) is reported to have arrived in Rome to-night. London observers consider that he will require all the superb tact for which his countrymen are noted to ...

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  18. BLACK TO PLAY

    Germany, with German-controlled Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria, faces an unexpectedly solidified resistance in the eastern shores ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. FORMER PREMIERS RELEASED

    LONDON, Monday.—Two former French war-time Premiers. M Daladier and M. Paul Reynaud, who have been in custody since France ...

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  20. SHIPPING LOSSES

    LONDON. Tuesday.—The Admiralty announces that during the week ended March 23 seventeen merchant ships were lost. The total tonnage was under ...

    Article : 56 words
  21. Milkless Day for Melbourne

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—There will be no delivery of milk in Melbourne to-morrow, following a decision made to-day by 700 milk carters to go on strike. The men's recent demand for a working week of six days was not granted by the Conciliation Commissioner (Mr. G. A. Mooney). ...

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  22. GREEKS RESUME OFFENSIVE

    LONDON, Tuesday. — The Athens Radio states that the Greeks have resumed the initiative at several points on the Albanian front. A ...

    Article : 70 words
  23. HARRY BRIDGES TO BE DEPORTED

    SAN FRANCISCO, Monday. — The Federal Government to-day began deportation proceedings against the Australian-born union leader, Mr. Harry ...

    Article : 71 words
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