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  4. MAJOR JAP DEFEAT IN SOLOMONS

    WASHINGTON. November 16.—The Navy has announced a smashing victory in the Solomons. Twenty-three Japanese ships were destroyed and seven damaged in the greatest naval battle of the war. During the engagements, the Japanese suffered the following losses and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. THE TRAIL TO BUNA

    The Australian and American advance into the Japanese beach head and of Buna, which takes in a deep inland atrip, continues so far without ...

    Article : 360 words
  6. FIRST ARMY IN TUNISIA

    LONDON, November 16.—A special communique from the Allied headquarters in North Africa states the American and British forces are pushing into Tunisia, but reports of the fighting at Bizarts are premature. Allied headquarters in North Africa, in a communique, says that ...

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  7. BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

    BRISBANE, November 17.—The City Council passed a resolution to-day, recording its deep concern at the attempt by the Auditor-General (Mr. ...

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  8. A.L.P CONFERENCE

    MELBOURNE, November 17.—On the motion of the Prime Minister, Mr. Curtin, who attended as one of the Wert Australian delegates, the Federal ...

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  9. AUSTRALIA'S AIR POWER

    MELBOURNE, November 17.—Australia trails was now in a much better position then at any time since the war commenced to meet the enemy in the. ...

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  10. CAIRNS MALARIA ACCOUNT

    CAIRNS, November 17.—The City Council considers in account from the Cairns Hospitals Board for [?] for the treatment of malaria cases ...

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  11. WEEKLY POTATO RATION

    BRISBANE, November 17,—At the rate that potatoes are now being despatched throughout the State, it should be possible for all [?] to ...

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  12. MR. NIMMO DENIES CHARGE.

    BRISBANE, November 17.—Mr. Larcombe accused Mr. Nimmo, in Parliament to-day, of having improperly obtained a railway rebate by a false ...

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  13. RAIDS ON EUROPEAN TARGETS.

    LONDON, November 16,—Command aircraft made a number of small scale on European territory to-day. The weather prevented ...

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  14. MO EXTRA BEER FOR CHRISTMAS

    BRISBANE, November 17.—A liquor trade spokesman said to-day that Queensland would not receive the 40 percent, increase in beer supplies for ...

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  15. LECTURES TO FACTORY WORKERS

    BRISBANE, November 18.—The Queensland Council of Christian Morality inaugurated to-day plant to make visits to every factory in the ...

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  16. THE RAILWAY SERVICES

    BRISBANE, November 17.—Discussing the railway estimates in Parliament, Mr. J. Barnes said that only one railway was more out of date ...

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  17. PACIFIC RELATIONS CONFERENCE.

    CANBERRA. November 17,—Mr. Paul Hasluck of the Department of External Affairs will represent Australia at a conference of the Institute ...

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  18. ALLIED LEADERS IN PAPUA

    The following statement was issued from General MacArthur's Australian headquarters on Tuesday: "It can now be revealed that the C ...

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  19. DAIRY SURSIDY.

    MELBOURNE, November 17.—The allocation of the dairy subsidy on the principle of uniform rates was strongly recommended by the ...

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  20. AIRLINE PASSENGERS

    MELBOURNE, November 17.—The Director General of Civilian Aviation (Mr. A. Corbett) warned the travelling public to-day that, because of heavy ...

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  21. VEGETABLE PRICE INCREASE RECOMMENDED

    BRISBANE, November 17.—The possibility of a recommendation being made by the Price. Fixing Advisory Committee to increase the ...

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  22. A BISHOP'S PROTEST

    LONDON. November 16—An Italian frontier message says Monsignor Srebrenic Bishop of Vegila Island, South-east of Fiume, has appealed to the ...

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  23. AIR TRAINING CORPS

    MELBOURNE. November 17,—Of a total training strength of 10,758, over 900 R.A.A.F. Air Training Corps cadets have gained their proficiency ...

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  24. ROMMEL IN MUNICH

    LONDON, November 18.—Reuter's correspondent on the German frontier states it is authentically reported General Rommel is in Munich, ...

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  25. TRANSPORT STRIKE THREAT CANCELLED

    SYDNEY, November 17.—A threatened stop work meeting by 5000 members of the Amalgamated Road Transport Workers' Union on Wednesday of ...

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  26. FRENCH CONSULS AWAIT EXCHANGE

    WASHINGTON. November 16.—The State Department has announced that the French Ambassador, M. Henri Haye, his naval, military, and air ...

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  27. SISTER KENNY TREATMENT

    MINNEAPOLIS, November 16,.—Replying to recent medical criticisms, Sister Kenny in a statement, said has method cured 80 per cent, of Infantile ...

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  28. WEEK-END HARVESTING

    BRISBANE, November 17.—About 4400 volunteer farm workers, including schoolboys, have enrolled for work in Queensland at the week-ends. ...

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  29. AGRICULTURE DIRECTOR

    MELBOURNE, Nov. 17.—Mr. Scully said to-day that he expected Cabinet approval next week of the decision to appoint Mr. Bulrock as Federal ...

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