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  3. NAZI BOMBERS IN SYRIA

    LONDON, Friday.— The flight of German bombers into Syria (apparently with French consent) and thence into Ire[?] is not viewed with great alarm in London. Further reinforcements of British and Imperial troops have ...

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  4. AUSTRALIA ON WATCH

    The silhoueted guns of H.M.A.S. Perth, reaching menacingly into the Mediterranean sky, are indicative of the part Australia is playing in maintaining the Empire mastery of tje sea. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. PEOPLE OF GERMANY STILL

    LONDON, Friday.—The German Propaganda Ministry is trying to dismiss the flight of Rudolf Hess from the minds of the German people by saying it was a "personal tragedy" and that Hess did not act "with ...

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  6. POWERFUL NEW BATTLESHIPS FOR U.S.

    PHILADELPHIA, Friday. — The most powerful unit of the U.S fleet, the 35,000 ton battleship Washington, was ...

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  7. INVASION OF CRETE WOULD FAIL

    CANEA (Crete), Friday.— An attempt to invade Crete would be doomed to failure, according to the Greek ...

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  8. BRITISH SUCCESSES IN EGYPT

    CAIRO, Friday. — British troops, as a result of a limited operation carried out by our covering forces yesterday, occupied Halfakapas, also Musted and Sollum, inflicting serious casualties on the enemy and capturing a ...

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  9. HEAVY GERMAN EVACUATION

    ^LONDON, Thursday.—The fact that the R.A.F. raids have compelled a large-scale evacuation of children from North and West Germany to ...

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  10. SCEPTICAL NOTE IN TOKIO

    TOKIO, Friday.—The Tokio press is sceptical about the outcome of the Batavia parleys. Declaring that should the talks ...

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  11. NEW CABINET IN N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, 'Friday. — The new Labour Government was sworn in by the State Governor (Lord Wakehurst) at ...

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  12. SECRET HOME IN U.S. FOR VIAGNA CHARTA

    WASHINGTON, Thursday. — Congress has approved of a 30,000 dollar outlay to provide a secret sanctuary for the Magna ...

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  13. THAILANDERS GET INSIGNIA

    BANGKOK, Friday. — At a garden party at the British Legation yesterday the Minister (Sir Josiah Crosby) presented the insignia of the G.B.E. ...

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  14. STRIKE AVERTED

    "WASHINGTON, Friday.—The General Motors strike was averted to-day when the-company accepted the Defence Mediation Board peace formula, ...

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  15. Greatly Increased Malaya Force

    SINGAPORE, Friday.—The large numbers' of troops from Britain who arrived yesterday are in good spirits and health. This movement is part of ...

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  16. WILL STAND BY DECISION

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The miners' general president (Mr. C. Nelson) has decided not to implement a' decision of the last meeting of the Miners" Central ...

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  17. CENSORSHIP IN VATICAN CITY

    ZURICH, Friday.—The Italian military censorship has now been applied to letters and telephone calls from the Vatican City; even those to Rome, ...

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  18. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THERE is room for a great deal of dissatisfaction with the federal political situation in general, but nobody should imagine that there ...

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  19. Nazi Airmen Escape

    LONDON, Friday.—Five German airmen escaped from a prison camp in the north of England to-day. They are still at large. ...

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  20. HEAVY R.A.F. ATTACK ON HANOVER

    LONDON, Friday.—A smashing blow was dealt by the Royal Air Force to Honover, in North-Western Germany, last night, and some of Britain's new and heaviest bombers raided Berlin. ...

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  21. TROOPS KILLED IN FRANCE TOTAL 13,000

    LONDON, Friday.—The War Office announces that of the British and Imperial troops who went to France last June; ...

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  22. U.S. SEIZES FRENCH SHIPS

    WASHINGTON. Friday.—On the orders of the Treasury, coastguards have boarded French ships in United States ports. ...

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  23. TRIBUTE TO MR. FADDEN

    SYDNEY, Friday.—If politics follow n normal course, Mr. Fadden presided to-day at his last meeting of the Advisory War Council as Acting Prime Minister, ...

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  24. PACIFIC TROOP SHIP

    WASHINGTON, Friday. — The Merchant Marine's flagship, the liner' Manhattan, has been assigned to the army for transport duties in the ...

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