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  2. HUGE AIR AND TANK FORMATIONS

    German forces in the renewed attack on Moscow have at their disposal a huge air fleet and masses of tanks, and are supported by violent artillery and mortar fire. ...

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  3. FLAME OF REVOLT IN EUROPE

    The reign of open terror continues in countries that are groaning under the German yoke, nnd the spirit of revolt is spreading since the ...

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  4. LECTURERS CHARGED

    A copy of the novel 'Ulysses," which was recently banned from general publication in Australia, was produced in the Third City Court ...

    Article : 429 words
  5. GREAT DRIVE FOR A I F RECRUITS

    SYDNEY, Monday — "AIF Reinforcement Week' will be inaugurated on Armistice Day. It will be associated on that day ...

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  6. STRANGLER'S FREEDOM SHORTLIVED

    SYDNEY, Monday.— Recaptured at gunpoint 11 miles from Bathurst early today, Eric Roland Craig, 34-year-old murderer, said he had ...

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  7. MOSLEM-ARAB FRONT IN NEAR EAST

    With German troops on the Egyptian border and pushing on toward the Caucasus, plans are afoot in the Near East for the formation of a ...

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  8. JAPAN "MUST GO ON AND DEVELOP"

    "We must go on and develop in ever-expanding progression," said Gen. Tojo, Prime Minister, addressing 200 high officials at Osaka. ...

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  9. DAILY DIGEST

    It's better to buy Commonwealth bonds than to wear Hitler's GERMANY AFTER THE WAR "To me it seems that we are not ...

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  10. ALL AID FOR RUSSIA PLEDGED

    Thousands gathered in Trafalgar Square, London, yesterday to listen to Labour MP's and trade union speakers at an "All Aid for Russia" ...

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  11. SENTENCES BY COURTS-MARTIAL

    There were 3 methods by which accused persons could appeal against RAAF court-martial findings, said an Air Department bulletin which was ...

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  12. A I F TO SKI ON SLOPES OF LEBANON

    Snow-covered slopes near the famous Cedars of Lebanon provide the best ski-ing grounds in the Middle East, and here Australian ...

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  13. TREATY WITH IRAN SOON

    It is expected that a treaty will shottly be signed between Iran, Britain, and the Soviet and that it will closely follow the lines of the ...

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  14. FATALLY INJURED AT CRICKET

    WERRIBEE, Monday. — Maxwell Smith, 24 of Werribee South, who was struck on the head by a cricket ball bowled by his brother Clive, 19, ...

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  15. ART MODELS STRIKE FOR HIGHER PAY

    To enforce claims for higher pay and improved conditions, artists' models at some art schools in the city went on strike yesterday. ...

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  16. NO SIGN OF STATE "CRISIS"

    On the eve of today's resumption by the Legislative Assembly of the debate on the Address in Reply to the Governors Speech in which it is ...

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  17. FATAL JUMP FROM WINDOW IN RAID

    PERTH, Monday.—Keith Johnson. 25, single of Mt. Hawthorn, died today from a fractured skull received while police were making a raid on ...

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  18. SERVICE MINISTERS' DISCUSSION

    CANBERRA. Monday. — Preliminary talks took place today between Mr. Forde, Army Miinster, and Mr. Drakeford, Air Minister, on ...

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  19. SMART ARRESTS BY PATROL

    Alertness of police who noticed the suspicious actions of youths when they were approached by a patrol car in Leicester st., Carlton, ...

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  20. BIGGER BOMBS FORECAST

    Effect of the 2-ton bombs which the RAF dropped on Naples on 4 nights was tremendous, says the aeronautical correspondent of Daily ...

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  21. RAF "UNFAIR" TO US INDUSTRY

    There has been criticism of the treatment by the RAF of the efforts of the U-S aircraft industry the aviation correspondent of Daily ...

    Article : 224 words
  22. AIRMAN KILLED AT POINT COOK

    When the aircraft he was piloting crashed to the ground immediately after taking off at Point Cook yesterday, LAC Stephen Hunter Rodda, ...

    Article : 94 words
  23. MANY COOKS NEEDED

    Varied types of recruits applied for enlistment at the Town Hall recruiting depot yesterday. In addition to several bank clerks, ...

    Article : 76 words
  24. TRANSFERRED TO CANBERRA

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Ten members of the staff of the Department of Home Security arrived from Melbourne today and moved into office ...

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  25. EXILES PRAY FOR 100 COMPATRIOTS

    French men and women exiles ana refugees prayed in the remains of the French Church in London for the 100 hostages (see page 1) who ...

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  26. PRESIDENTS PLEA FOR UNITY

    A plea that all Americans should abandon personal, sectional, and group interests so that "we may remain united and unconquerable." ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. ART SHOWS

    An exhibition of engravings and wood cuts by Albrecht Durer will open today in the print-room at the National Gallery of Victoria. The ...

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  28. SATURDAY FRUIT SHOP HOURS

    Early closing of fruit and vegetable shops on Saturdays, which came into operation on May 1, will expire on Saturday. In future these ...

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  30. HORSEFLESH FOR WEST END DINERS

    Ministry of Food detectives have reported to the Ministry of Health that a number of West End hotels and restaurants are using, in some ...

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  31. HOSPITALS RECEIPTS NOW £48,659

    With £844/9/7 received yesterday progress total of the Lord Mayor's Hospitals Appeal was lifted to £48,659. Although this figure ...

    Article : 449 words
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  33. DOCKYARD AND MINE STRIKES IN U S A

    At the Brooklyn plant of me Robins Dry Dock and Repair Company, 6,000 workers voted for a strike beginning today. The ...

    Article : 166 words
  34. PETAIN'S RELATIONS WITH AXIS

    Was Petain the secret weapon with which Hitler threatened France before the offensive of May, 1940? Maurice de Jean, Gen. De Gaulle's ...

    Article : 199 words
  35. ISOLATIONISTS' "OUTRAGEOUS" RALLY

    An appeal to Mayor La Guardia to stop "this outrageous meeting" from occurring, has been made by 3 civic groups, in protest against a ...

    Article : 96 words
  36. METALS FOR CARS,

    The Office of Production Management has advised the motorcar industry that use of scarce metals needed for war production such as ...

    Article : 62 words
  37. LONDON MARKETS

    Rubber, 13¾., nominal; tin, £256. Mines.—North Broken Hill, 33/1½; Broken Hill, 28/1½, ex div.; South Kalgurli, 13/9; Lake View and Star, ...

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  40. ACCIDENT VICTIM DIES

    Struck by a tram in Elizabeth st., near Victoria st., city, on Saturday night, John Osborne, about 60, of Sargood st., Hampton, died yesterday ...

    Article : 33 words
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