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  4. UNIFORMITY IN TAXES

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Proposals for uniform taxation submitted to the Premiers' Conference yesterday by Mr. ...

    Article : 361 words
  5. 3 KILLED IN CAR CRASH

    Returning from a run in the country with a visiting relative, three members of a family were killed and four injured ...

    Article : 415 words
  6. CONTROL BY JAPAN

    Political and economic control of French Indo-China is passing into Japanese hands as a result of the peace between Indo-China and ...

    Article : 188 words
  7. MORE PROGRESS IN AFRICA

    THE LATEST FEATURES OF THE BRITISH CAMPAIGN IN NORTH AFRICA HAVE BEEN A HEAVY R.A.F. RAID ON TRIPOLI, THE MAINTENANCE OF CONTACT WITH THE ENEMY ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    AGORDAT, the little town in Eritrea toward which British forces are now pushing. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. BOMBS HIT TARGET

    Considerable damage was caused by an R.A.F. raid on Friday on an important Italian military camp and buildings south-west of ...

    Article : 301 words
  10. PRO-GERMAN MOVEMENT LAUNCHED IN FRANCE

    Paris Radio announced last night that a movement described as a "People's Committee"—obviously pro-German and anti-Petain-had been formed in Paris. It favours full collaboration with Germany, and will be a rival ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. R.A.F. NIGHT RAID ON BREST

    A small force of British Coastal Command planes, the Air Ministry states, last night attacked docks at Brest. Patrols and reconnaissance ...

    Article : 45 words
  12. BOMB-CRATER BRIDGE

    London's largest bomb-crater bridge opens for traffic to-morrow. Spanning an enormous chasm in an important thoroughfare, it has a ...

    Article : 94 words
  13. INTERNED IN INDIA

    Four Italian generals, and 1,200 officers were among 3,000 Italian prisoners of war who arrived on Saturday for internment in India. ...

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  15. DUTCH NOTE TO JAPAN

    Holland has made it clear to Japan that it is opposed to the Dutch East Indies being included in the "new order" in East Asia. ...

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  16. GOEBBELS CALLS MR. CHURCHILL NASTY NAMES

    Goebbels in his paper "Das Reich" this morning says a lot of nasty things about the British Prime Minister. ...

    Article : 122 words
  17. DEATH-PENALTY COURTS

    The Government of Eire has taken over emergency powers which will be enforced in the event of invasion. These provide for military courts which ...

    Article : 220 words
  18. AGAIN NO NIGHT RAID ON LONDON

    Londoners are mystified by yet another raidless night—although the weather had improved. It was the twelfth night out of thirteen ...

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  19. KILLED IN EXPLOSION AT GIBRALTAR

    Seven soldiers and a civilian were killed in an accidental explosion in blasting operations on the north front defence works. ...

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  20. MILAN GOVERNOR GOES

    Ankara Radio states:—"Reports from Italy say that Mussolini has dismissed the Governor of Milan, and appointed the Governor of ...

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  21. "WILD BILL" DONOVAN IN TURKEY

    Colonel ("Wild Bill") Donovan, President Roosevelt's personal representative in the Balkans, has arrived here and is reported to be ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. WOMAN SHOOTS THREE OFFICERS

    According to a German News Agency report received here, an un[?] known woman shot three Rumanian officers in front of the ...

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  23. 'SHOOT-ON-SIGHT' ORDER IN RUMANIA

    General Antonescu, Dictator-Premier, has ordered troops to shoot on sight persons carrying arms without authority. ...

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