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  3. NO EASY PEACE

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.— "The patience and tenacity of the British and the flaming spirit and patriotism of France ...

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    GOLDEN SUNSHINE FLOODED Melbourne yesterday and drew crowds to the gardens and beaches. (Left) "Upsa-daisy" at Brighton when Mrs. H. Meier and Mrs. Raymond Lambert swung little Gillian Lambert high above the sparkling spray. (Top right) Miss Jean Currie and Void a Jenkins enjoyed lunch in Alexandra Gardens. (Bottom) The shadow of approaching examinations hung over J. O. Spicer despite the sunshine. In cool white he "swotted" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. HEROISM PRAISED

    Unstinted praise of the heroic rescue work done by the crews of a tug and a fishing-boat was given to-day by some of the ...

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  6. PEACE MOVE FAILS

    HITLER IS UNDERSTOOD TO HAVE TOLD HIS COLLEAGUES THAT HE WILL NOT ATTEND ANY CONFERENCE AT WHICH THE FUTURE OF POLAND, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, AND ...

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  7. RAIN AFTER HEAT

    Yesterday was the hottest day of the season in Melbourne, where the highest temperature in the State was ...

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  8. AIR RAIDS ON REICH

    Numerous daylight reconnaissance flights have been made over Germany in the last few weeks by planes of the Royal Air Force ...

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  9. PROMISE BY BRITAIN

    Britain is stated to have given a formal assurance to the United States that her warships will not at present interfere with German ...

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  10. THREAT BY SOVIET

    Threats that the Red Army would occupy territory adjacent to Finland's border and that the Rednavy would block Finland's outlet ...

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  11. SOVIET-GERMAN AIR SERVICE

    The Soviet civil air chief (M. Nolokov) is conferring with representatives of the German Lufthansa line for the resumption of the ...

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  12. GERMAN RAIDERS HELPLESS

    The German pocket battle-ships, Deutschland and Admiral Scheer, have virtually been rendered helpless as raiders because supply ships ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. LAKE OF FIRE; 800 DEAD

    A fire devastated the oil town of La Gunillas, on Lake Maracaibo, yesterday, and it is estimated that 800 of the 2,500 inhabitants are ...

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  14. MOBILISATION OF RESOURCES

    The summoning of a special Imperial Conference in London to appoint a supreme council to direct the mobilisation of the Empire's ...

    Article : 117 words
  15. U-BOAT HELD UP NEUTRAL SHIP

    Captain Sorenson, of the Norwegian freighter Jenny, which is at Oporto (Portugal), has reported that a U-boat stopped his ship ...

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  16. PRINCE FREDERICK OF PRUSSIA

    As an anti-climax to the report published in English and American newspapers that Prince Frederick of Prussia had been shot by the ...

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  17. PLANES, BUT NO BOMBS

    Six more German planes appeared [?] the Shetland Islands yesterday forming, but flew away to the north before anti-aircraft units could ...

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  18. GROUND-STRAFING PLANES

    "Ground-strafing" planes are said by a German news agency to have been used by the French on the Western Front for the first time in ...

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  19. MR. CHAMBERLAIN RECOVERING

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Chamberlain) is making rapid recovery from his attack of gout. His doctors visited him again this ...

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  20. SOVIET'S "SAND FOR EGYPT"

    A sensation has been caused by the publication in the German paper "Militaer Wochblatt" of a statement that only coal and iron ...

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  21. GIRL SHOT IN WARSAW

    It is reported from Berlin that a peasant girl, a Polish Jewess, was court-martialled and shot in Warsaw for having torn down ...

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  22. WAR MAKES U.S. SPEND MORE

    President Roosevelt said yesterday that increased expenditure, because of the European war, included £A48,000,000 for the navy ...

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  23. GUN-FIRE HEARD IN BERLIN

    Heavy gun-fire was heard in Berlin for a quarter of an hour yesterday afternoon, but the Air Ministry disclaims any knowledge ...

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  24. EARTHQUAKE IN U.S.A.

    A mild earthquake was felt in parts of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey last night. ...

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  25. GRACIE FIELDS IN FRANCE

    Miss Gracie Fields will entertain British troops in France to-night. The B.B.C. hopes to broadcast her items. Miss Fields is on her way ...

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