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  3. SIDON FALLS TO AUSTRALIANS ON SYRIAN COAST

    LONDON, Monday.—Sidon has been captured by the Australian forces advancing up the Syrian coast, and the defenders have retreated to a point only 12 miles south of Beirut. ...

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  4. TROOPS FROM INDIA SEE KING-EMPEROR AT PLYMOUTH

    The King inspecting an Indian contingent paraded in the grounds of Admiralty House at Plymouth. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. NAZI THREATS TO RUSSIA

    LONDON, Monday.—The British Government does not believe that Hitler is definitely planning an attack on Russia, says the diplomatic correspondent of "The Times." It is fell that his concentrations in Eastern Europe, while apparently ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. NAZI BOMBERS HAVE GROWN MORE CAUTIOUS: LULL IN RAIDS ON BRITAIN

    LONDON, Monday.—The recent lull in night raiding over Britain could not be explained by the belief that German planes had been transferred to the Mediterranean or by the misty weather which had prevailed. Air Commodore ...

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  7. "TRAGIC LOSSES" IN CRETE : GERMAN PRESS

    ZURICH, Monday.—The "Neueste Nachrichten," which is published at Augsburg, summing up the Crete campaign, ...

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  8. Mr. Menzies Will Call for Fresh Sacrifices

    CANBERRA, Monday.—A fresh call to the nation for war-time sacrifices will be made by the Prime Minister ...

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  9. JAPAN IN WAR?

    TOKIO, Monday:—"The international situation surrounding Japan is growing tenser while the European ...

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  10. BOMBERS AGAIN HAMMER WEST GERMANY

    LONDON, Monday.—The Air Ministry says strong Bomber Command forces attacked Western Germany last night, setting fire to and extensively ...

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  11. LOCAL ADVANCE IN AREA ROUND SOLLUM

    LONDON, Monday.—It is learned here that British forward elements in the Sollum area made a local advance on Sunday night. No details ...

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  12. R.A.F. ACTIVE IN AFRICA

    CAIRO, Sunday.—Bombers on Friday night carried out heavy raids on Benghazi harbour and started a number of fires, says an R.A.F. ...

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  13. BEVIN APPEALS TO BUILDERS TO SPEED WORK

    LONDON, Sunday.—"Labour is the most determined of all to defeat the Nazi regime because it is clear that if the Fascist philosophy triumphed the ...

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  14. U.S. EMBASSY AND GUNBOAT HIT BY JAPANESE BOMBS

    CHUNGKING, Monday.—Twenty-seven Japanese planes yesterday heavily bombed Chunking. Bombs damaged the United States gunboat Tutuila ...

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  15. U.S. FUNDS FROZEN BY ITALY

    ROME, Monday.—United States assets throughout Italy will be frozen from to-day. Persons seeking to withdraw funds from banks will be ...

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  16. MARRIED MEN IN N.Z. MUST ENROL FOR ARMY

    WELLINGTON, Monday.—A proclamation issued to-day requires all married men aged from 18 to 45 inclusive to enrol for military ...

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  17. CYPRUS BOMBED AGAIN

    NICOSIA, Monday.—Enemy aircraft crossed Cyprus last evening and dropped a stick of bombs. There were a few service casualties, but no damage ...

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  18. NO AID FOR NAZIS THROUGH JAPAN

    BATAVIA, Monday.—At the opening of Parliament to-day, the Governor-General of the Netherlands East Indies ...

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  19. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THOUSANDS of idle motor vehicles will not help the Australian war effort. Petrol rationing is necessary, and even ...

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  20. HOPES FOR COALITION BETWEEN EMPIRE AND U.S.

    LONDON, Monday.—Jack Tanner, president of the Amalgamated Engineering Union, presiding at the union's annual conference, said the remarkable industrial strides of the Dominions together with United States support assured an Imperial victory. ...

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  21. COMMUNIST CANDIDATE WEARS BATTLE DRESS

    Gunner Robert Cooney, Communist candidate in the Greenock by-election, has opened his campaign, making his first election speech in battle dress. ...

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  22. BERLIN CLAIMS BIG AIR ATTACK ON CONVOY

    The Berlin radio claims that German planes attacked a convoy west of Gibraltar and sank five ships. ...

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  23. CONTROL FRANCE'S EXPORTS

    LONDON, Monday.—Two conditions accepted from the Nazis by Admiral Darlan when he visited Berchtesgaden have now been revealed, says the correspondent of "The Times" on the French frontier. ...

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  24. JAPANESE NAVAL MOVE

    MANILA. Monday.—From military sources it is understood that 21 Japanese destroyers and 27 transports have been reported off Chekiang, south of ...

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  25. CRETE PROPHECY WAS WRONG

    LONDON, Sunday.—"I had no business to prophesy, especially about a land battle," admitted Air Commodore R. V. ...

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  26. DOMINIONS CONFERENCE STILL BEING DISCUSSED

    LONDON. Sunday.—The possibility of a meeting of Dominion Prime Ministers in London continues to interest public opinion in Britain. Recalling Mr. Churchill's statement ...

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  27. SIX PACIFIC LINERS TAKEN OVER BY U.S.

    SINGAPORE, Monday.—The American President Lines announce that the following six President liners at present in the Pacific service will be ...

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  28. TASMANIAN AUTHOR CONGRATULATED

    CANBERRA, Monday.—The conference of the Australian Institute of Librarians at Canberra to-day carried a resolution congratulating Professor ...

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