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  3. BITTER FIGHTING ON MOSCOW ROAD

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Russians are fighting fiercely at Viazma and Bryansk to stem the German advance to Moscow. They have been ordered not to retreat a single step. ...

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  4. MR. FADDEN LEADS U.A.P.-C.P. IN OPPOSITION

    CANBERRA, Wednesday,—Mr. Menzies, former Prime Minister, resigned to-day from the leadership of the Parliamentary U.A.P. Subsequently the U.A.P. and C.P. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. "WITHIN TARGET AREA"

    Mechanics hastily overhaul a machine whilst a British pilot is interrogated by the Intelligence Officer on his return from a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WOMAN'S BODY IN SEINE

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A woman's body fished from the Seine, was identified, according to the Paris police, as that of Madame Tonia Masse, secretary to the founder of the ...

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  7. JAPANESE FEAR THAI SWING

    TOKIO, Tuesday.— The increasing belief that United States and British diplomacy is driving a wedge between ...

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  8. War Office Stand Supported : Exchange Scheme

    LONDON, Tuesday. — The Press supports the War Office's refusal to exchange wounded prisoners of war with Germany ...

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  9. TURKEY STALLS GERMANY

    ANKARA, Wednesday. — On the eve of the signing of the Turko-German trade agreement, Turkey is reported to have ...

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  10. Italian Convoy Suffers in Night Attack

    MALTA, Tuesday. — The Fleet Air Arm launched a sudden and savage attack on Sunday night against an ...

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  11. Roosevelt Urges Peace on Labour Front

    SEATTLE (U.S.A.). Tuesday. — "In this hour, when civilisation is in the balance, organisational rivalries and jurisdictional conflicts should be ...

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  12. THREE N.Z. POLICEMEN SHOT DEAD

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday.—The worst tragedy in the history of the New Zealand police force occurred ...

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  13. German Occupation of Canary Islands is Denied

    LONDON, Tuesday.—It was authoritatively denied that there was the slightest foundation for a report that the Luftwaffe had occupied the ...

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  14. Bombers Set Tripoli Harbour Ablaze

    CAIRO. Tuesday. — When heavy bombers attacked shipping in Tripoli harbour on Sunday night a large oil tanker was hit and set on fire, an R.A.F. ...

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  15. Move to Stop U.S. Aid to Russia Fails

    WASHINGTON. Tuesday. —The House of Representatives to-day rejected by 69 votes to 25 a move to withhold aid to the Soviet under a bill ...

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  16. ATTACK ON R.A.F. DROME IN RUSSIA REPULSED

    LONDON, Tuesday.—A squadron of bombers, escorted by fighters, attacked an R.A.F. aerodrome on the Russian front on Monday afternoon, the Air ...

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  17. PATROLS BUSY AT TOBRUK

    CAIRO, Tuesday.—Until a dust storm again interfered with visibility, British patrols at Tobruk were active on Sunday night and all day on Monday in ...

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  18. PLANNED TRADE AFTER WAR

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—A plea for the planning of world trade after the war was entered by the British Ambassador (Lord Halifax) when he spoke to-night at the world trade dinner of the National and Foreign Trade Council. ...

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  19. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE NEW Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) made a good start when, in Sydney on Tuesday, he assured the people of Australia ...

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  20. Twelve Generals Reported Shot in Rumania

    ISTANBUL, Tuesday. — According to authoritative Rumanian sources here, 12 Rumanian generals have been shot for ...

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  21. UNANIMITY ON NEUTRALITY REVISION

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.— After a conference on the revision of the Neutrality Act, Congressional leaders and ...

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  22. "Bomber Command" Best Seller in One Day

    LONDON, Tuesday. — Although 300,000 copies were available, the Air Ministry booklet "Bomber Command," has practically sold out in one day. ...

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  23. BIG CONTINGENT OF AUSTRALIAN AIRMEN TO FLY ATLANTIC

    SAN FRANCISCO, Tuesday. — A contingent of Australians, believed to number 600, arrived to-day and is proceeding in a special train to Toronto (Canada). Immediately on arrival there, the men will ferry ...

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  24. RAIL BRIDGE COLLAPSES

    SAULT STE MARIE (Canada), Tuesday.—The mammoth Canadian border bridge across the Ste Marie's River buckled beneath a freight train ...

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  25. TANKER SUNK BY SUBMARINE

    RIO DE JANEIRO, Tuesday—Survivors of the American-owned tanker, I. C White, told port authorities to-day that the vessel was torpedoed without ...

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  26. AMERICA REPLACES YEAR'S AIR LOSSES IN SEVEN MONTHS

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday. — The Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce announced to-day that in the first seven months of 1941, the United States delivered to the British forces ...

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  27. ALTERING HOTEL HOURS

    BRISBANE, Wednesday—The State Parliamentary Labour Party Caucus decided to-day to introduce legislation to alter the trading hours of hotels ...

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