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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 84 words
  3. TIDES, SUN, AND MOON

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  4. VILNA RECAPTURED: ROMMEL WITHDRAWS TANKS

    MOSCOW, July 14— Marshal Stalin, in an order of the day, says Vilna has been captured and the garrison annihilated. The Germans have also announced that they have withdrawn from Pinsk ...

    Article : 538 words
  5. "St. Lo To Sea" On Move

    LONDON, July 14.-Rommel has withdrawn his battered tanks from the front line in Normandy to conserve them. Rommel's retreat is not exactly ...

    Article : 841 words
  6. BUILT BY JAPS-WILL BE USED. BY AMERICANS

    [?] level Die apron-, and runways on [?] Island, after is, wu raptured by Marines and Army troops from the [?] The field, pockmarked by lilts [?] naval and artillery tire, was [?] in shape by the [?] The framework is a hangar Hie [?] were building at the time of the invasion. In the background (centre building) [?] control lower. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. 3 V.C.'S WON IN ITALY

    LONDON, July 13, —Three awards of the victoria Cross were announced in to-night's London Gazette, each for gullantry in Italy ...

    Article : 366 words
  8. OUTFLANKING OF LEGHORN BEGUN

    LONDON. July 14. — Fifth Army troops are beginning to outflank Leghorn. They are a mile beyond Lajatico, which is 20 miles ...

    Article : 334 words
  9. FIRST ROUND AT WEWAK TO U.S. FORCES

    The first round of the land fighting which headquarters expects to develop into a major action has gone to the American troops ...

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  10. NEW U.S. LANDING IN MARIANAS

    PEARL HARBOUR, July 13— A Pacitie Fleet communique says that elements of the Second Maine Division landed on ...

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  11. MISS MARJORIE LAWRENCE IN TOWNSVILLE

    Miss Marjorie Lawrence. Australian singer, who only returned to Australia this week after a lone period in the United Stales, has lost no time in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 118 words
  12. RE-ALLOCATION OF LABOUR

    CANBERRA, July 14.—The chief re leases from the Army under the Government's man power reallocation plans are expected to be men ...

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  13. MURDERER DIES IN GAOL

    BRISBANE. July 14.- Murderer of Mrs. Lillian Maud Stephens, at Dutton Park, in January. 1932, Frederick Emanuel Lowis. 36, died of heart ...

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  14. MACARTHUR YET TO FACE BIGGEST TEST

    NEW YORK. July 13,—Milltary commentators recently have been hinting that General MacArthur will soon face his greatest test yet ...

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  15. DISCLOSURE OF TAX BREACHES

    CANBERRA. July 14 Taxpayers detecting [?] of evastions by fellow tanpayers should not hesitate to report them to the [?] ...

    Article : 128 words
  16. 8 MONTHS FOR SOLDIER FOR ASSAULT

    SOUTHPORT. July 14. Herbert Dudley McCulloch, 24. married. Australian soldier, was sentenced to eight months' hard labour for having ...

    Article : 146 words
  17. DIPLOMATIC ACTIVITY IN TURKEY

    LONDON. July 13.— The news from Turkey leaves no doubt that they are again considering its international position ...

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  18. LEADER OF PEARL HARBOUR ATTACK KILLED

    PEARL HARBOUR. July 13 — It in learned on Satpan that Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo, Commander-in-Chief of the ...

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  19. HOLLAND PLUNDERED OF LAST FOOD RESOURCES

    The chief purpose of the trip through Holland of the German Minister for Food and Agriculture, who is louring the country accompanied by ...

    Article : 196 words
  20. CONFERENCE ON MEAT DISPUTE FAILS

    BRISBANE. July 14.- A comp[?] between the parties, called by tho State industrial Court to-day, having proved abortive, only a last ...

    Article : 163 words
  21. CHALLENGE TO Nf U PILOT

    LONDON, July 13, Wing-Commander "Johany" [?] tighter [?] ...

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  22. 7 ESCAPE MASSACRE IN FRENCH VILLAGE

    LONDON, July 13, — German S.S. troops [?] between 750 and 800 [?] of the village of [?] ...

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  23. DIETL'S SUCCESSOR IN FINLAND

    LONDON, July 13, —The Finish radio declared General Carl Wesenderger has taken over command of the German droops in Northern ...

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  24. "USTRALIAN SOUADRON SETS SUNDERLAND RECORDS

    LONDON, July 12,—With a total of mere than [?] hours [?] in Jane the [?] Australian No.1 [?] has broken its own and all ...

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  25. LIBERATORS STILL DEFY YAP'S AIR DEFENCES

    Liberator heavy [?] in the West Carlines on Wednesday and scored another success over the base's air defenders Intercepted ...

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  26. BRITISH BOMB EXPERT VISITS U.S.

    Air Commodore Patrick Huskinson, blind bomb designer for the British [?] Air Force, smith during a Pens conference in [?]. where he participated in United Nation's [?] and development Com[?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. U.S.-FRFNCH AGREEMENT ON LIBERATED AREAS

    NEW YORK, July 13 The "Times" Washington correspondent lears authortatively that Mr. Rossevelt and General De Gaulle have reached an ...

    Article : 96 words
  28. LAND SETTLEMENT PRINCIPLES APPROVED

    CANEERRA, July 14 The Full ca[?] to-day approved of the [?] of the land [?] scheme for returned [?] ...

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  29. TRAP TO ERADICATE BUFFALO FLY

    CANBERRA, July 14. An officers of the Council of Seten[?] and Industrial Research is preparing a pamphlet, giving details of the ...

    Article : 162 words
  30. THE SHORT TERM DEBT

    [?] July 14 The [?] ...

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  31. IPSWICH POLL ON SUNDAY SPORT

    IISWICH. July 14 Approximately 4500 hours of [?]tral work will be lost on Saturday because a pull is being taken in the Ipswich city area ...

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  32. ALLIES TO CONTROL NAZI COMMUNICATIONS

    NEW YORK, July 13, — The "New York Times" Washington correspondent learns the American draft terms of surrender for Germany contains a ...

    Article : 122 words
  33. VEGETABLE CONTRACTS REVIEWED

    CANBERRA, July 14 Mr. Bulcock will make a complete review of the vegetable contracts probably is August. when altered circumstances ...

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  34. BOXING

    BRISBANE, July 14 At the Br[?] to night Towers Burns [?] ...

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  35. ALL ARMY CUTTERS IN TRANSIT

    CANBERRA. July 14.— Mr. Forde said on Thursday night he had been; resgured by the Army that all men [?] for cane cutting were in transit ...

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