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  4. ALLIED FORCES MOVING ON BUNA

    Contact hat been effected between the Australian and American ground forces in readiness for the attack on the Japanese beachhead area of Buna. This follows the Australian crowing of the Hooded Kumusi River at Wairopi, 43 miles South-west of Bunt, and the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ALLIES IN TUNISIA

    LONDON, November 15. The Italians and Germans in Tunisia are now estimated to total nearly 10.000, according to the latest dispatch from a correspondent at Allied headquarters in North Africa, There are no reports yet of the clash between the Allied and Axis forces, but it ...

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  6. STALINGRAD FIGHTING

    Despatches from Moscow and Stockholm give prominence to the fighting In the northern factory area of Stalingrad, which has been more intense in ...

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  7. SOLOMONS NAVAL BATTLE

    WASHINGTON, November 15.—Communique number 193 says: "Numerous enemy surface forces arc active in the South-eastern Solomons in an ...

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  8. IN PURSUIT OF ROMMEL

    LONDON, November 15.—Although the latest Berlin radio broadcast claims that the bulk of the German and Italian tank army in Cyrenaica have reached their prepared rallying positions with mow of their units, all the Allied reports 'suggest that the Axis forces' headlong ...

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  9. NEW GUINEA AIRFIELDS

    A Queensland is a among the seven American and Australian fighter and bomber pilots after whom seven airfields in New Guinea have been ...

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  10. VEGETABLE CONTRACT PRICES

    BRISBANE, November 16—A recommendation to vary the existing vegetable contract conditions and direction and so liberalise them as an ...

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  11. CAPTAIN RICKENBACER

    NEW YORK. November 14.—The "Times" describes how Mrs. Rictcenbacker received the news that her husband had been saved. ...

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  12. ISAACS ON CONSTITUTION

    MELBOURNE. November 15.—Australia, was not constitutionally equipped for the needs of to-day and It was the duty of the people to ...

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  13. CHINESE GAINS

    CHUNGKING, November 15.—An Array communique announced that the Chinese occupied Sinchow, a Small ISland Tiwan Strait. north-east of ...

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  14. BATTLESHIP JEAN BART

    LONDON, November 16. — The American Press says that Allied Headquarters reveals that the French warship, Jean Bart, stricken by the ...

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  15. CASEY ON DESERT FIGHING

    LONDON, November 15.—Evidence of the terrible pounding the Axis Army hM received in the Western desert has been described by the ...

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  16. £10,000,000 A WEEK SPENT ON WAR

    Australia's war expenditure for the four months ended October 20 was £l59,453,000 or nearly £10,000,000 a week This shown in revenue figures ...

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  17. BRITISH UNITY

    SYDNEY. November 16—Sir Earle Pase. In an address to the British Empire Union to-day, said the gris determination of the British People to ...

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  18. ARMY TO LEARN FOOD PLANTS

    SYDNEY. November 15—The Army Is to give every new recruit knowledge of edible fruit. plants, and animate found in northern areas. ...

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  19. SOVIET FRIENDSHIP LEAGUE BAN

    MELBOURNE, November 16.—To several motions already on the notice piper to the Federal Council of the Australian. Labour Party now meet ...

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  20. FRENCH GOLD RESERVES

    WNDON. November 16.—The Parts radio declares that V. S. forces nave landed at Martinique, and an guarding the French fold reserves taken ...

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