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  3. AXIS SPEARHEADS CLOSE TO LENINGRAD

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Claims that the Germans and the Finns are closing in on Leningrad are made by semi-official sources in Berlin. These claims, however, are not endorsed by the German High Command. ...

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  4. UNDER CITY STREETS

    First of the new deep shelters which experts have been tunnelling under London streets for the past ten months will be opened to the public early in November. They radiate from tube stations. These deep refuges, which are constructed of concrete segments, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. KONOYE SEEKS MEETING WITH PRESIDENT

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—The Japanese Premier (Prince Konoye) has proposed that President Roosevelt and he should meet aboard a warship somewhere in the ...

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  6. Plans to Develop Fish Canning Industry

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— A group of Victorian investors is making application for permission to register a company ...

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  7. BOMBS ON BERLIN

    LONDON, Wednesday. — An R.A.F. raid against Berlin last night was one of the heaviest of the war. ...

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  8. DARLAN LOSES AN OLD FRIEND

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The dismissal of Admiral le Luc is the first outward sign that the French Navy is no longer solidly behind Admiral Darlan. Even an old and trusted colleague like Admiral le Luc finds it ...

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  9. Missing Atlantic Transport Found Wrecked

    LONDON, Tuesday. — An R.A.F. trans-Atlantic transport plane was found to-day wrecked in an isolated ...

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  10. LINDBERGH'S VIEW PERVERTED

    OTTAWA, Tuesday. — A stern reply to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh's Oklahoma speech was made to-day by the New ...

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  11. Belgian Patriots in Concentration Camp Ill-treated

    LONDON, Tuesday. — Newspapers secretly circulated in Belgium describe the fantastic cruelty meted out to prisoners ...

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  12. FORTRESS IN FIGHT

    LONDON, Wednesday — The first en- counter between a Flying Fortress and enemy fighters is described by the Air Ministry. ...

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  13. Uruguayan Crowds Demonstrate in Support of Allies

    MONTEVIDEO, Tuesday.—The leading Opposition paper, "Dia," describes unprecedented scenes of pro-British enthusiasm which took place on the ...

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  14. NO R.A.A.F. SQUADRONS FOR RUSSIA

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.— The present intentions are that no R.A.A.F. squadrons will be sent to Russia, according to ...

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  15. JEWS WANT TO FIGHT

    LONDON, Tuesday. David Bengurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, has appealed to London for the formation of ...

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  16. GERMANS DRIVEN BACK

    MOSCOW, Wednesday.—A telephone message to the "Red Star" from Marshal Voroshilov's headquarters says that a Russian counter-attack in the ...

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  17. REPRISALS URGED

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The German controlled "Paris Soir" urges that all Britishers in France should be put in concentration camps as a reprisal for ...

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  18. RESTORING PETROL CUT

    CANBERRA, Wednesday. —State liquid fuel control boards have been asked by the Minister for Supply ...

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  19. French Seamen Desert to Join de Gaulle

    CAIRO, Tuesday—It is revealed that 120 members of the crew of the French liner Providence dived overboard when the ship arrived at Beirut from ...

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  20. D.S.C. FOR SYDNEY OFFICER

    ALEXANDRIA, Tuesday.—Lieutenant Alfred Palmer, of Sydney, has been awarded the D.S.C. for his courage and resourcefulness in commanding the ...

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  21. NO AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN IRAN

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—"No Australian troops are in Iran," the Minister for the Army (Mr. Spender) said to-night, when it was suggested that ...

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  22. NAZIS UNEASY

    ISTANBUL. Tuesday. — Yugoslavs in Turkey interpret the formation of a new Government in Belgrade under General Ncditch as proof of German ...

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  23. POCKET BATTLESHIP HIT BY TORPEDO

    LONDON, Wednesday—The Air Minister (Sir Archibald Sinclair) announced to-day that a Beaufort found a mark for its torpedo on the pocket ...

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  24. FIENDISH MURDER AT MT. ISA

    BRISBANE, Wednesday—Twenty-five distinct gashes and stab wounds were found on the body of Naum Popola. an Albanian worker at Mt. Isa Mines. ...

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  25. U.S. LOANS TO MEXICO

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.—It is learned that the United States will make a large loan to Mexico as part of a comprehensive agreement under ...

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  26. PLAIN TALK IN GERMAN PRESS

    LONDON, Tuesday. — Evidently an order for fairly plain speaking has been given to the German newspapers. The usual Goebbels' lies and the ...

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  27. CAN IMPORT FROM IRAQ

    CANBERRA, Wednesday — Licences will be issued freely by the Minister for Customs (Mr. Harrison) for importation of goods produced or ...

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  28. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    RECENT examples of Nazi propaganda on Australian topics confirms the belief that the Germans are, without a doubt, the ...

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  29. NEW DEVELOPMENT IN AIR SCREWS

    A close-up of the latest development in air screws, which it is claimed will improve the performance of modern aircraft. The rotal constant speed contra-rotating air screw, although giving the impression that it is a six-blade air screw, actually consists of three-blade air ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. UPROAR OVER MINISTER'S STATEMENT

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The resignation from the Government of the Minister for Aircraft Production (Col. Moore-Brabazon) is likely to become an immediate political issue, says the political correspondent of the Labour ...

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  31. French Minister Denies Spy Allegations

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.— The French Ambassador (M. Henry Haye) said to-day that he intended to protest to the ...

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