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  2. IF ATTACK COMES

    Civilians would have a vitally important part to play in the event of an enemy air attack or invasion, Mr. Forde, Army Minister, said ...

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  3. INTERNEE LABOUR CAMP SITES

    Seven camp sites in forest areas in different parts of Victoria have been selected by the Forest Commission in readiness for internees and prisoners ...

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  4. US TROOPS IN NORTHERN IRELAND

    While U-S troops, comprising several thousand infantry, under the command of Maj.-Gen. Russel P. Hartle, were disembarking in ...

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  5. HAZARDOUS ESCAPE FROM JAPS.

    Two British officers 6 Ghurkas and a Jat havt returned to Singapore after a journey in which they travelled for a week by sampan from ...

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  6. AXIS THRUST IN LIBYA CONTINUES

    In their latest thrust Rommel's forces have reached a position 150 miles from El Agheila, on the Gulf of Sidra. The battle zone has now ...

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  7. MAP OF PACIFIC WAR THEATRE.

    showing the extent of enemy activity which continues in Burma, Malaya, the Philippines, Borneo, Celebes, and New Guineo. Further landings have been mode in Borneo and Celebes, and NEI reports indicate landings of Balik Papan, Borneo, and Kendori, on the SE arm of Celebes, by the enemy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. DAILY DIGEST

    "One of the most dangerous illusions finds utterance in the wish, repeated persistently by representatives of Western civilisation, that ...

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  9. NOTES ON THE CABLES HOW ROOSEVELT "SCOTCHED" AN ISOLATIONIST PLOT

    President Roosevelt, his hands already full of war problems, their ramifications extending pretty nearly all over the globe, has managed to ...

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  10. PRIME MINISTER AT HIS HOME IN WA

    with his family after his arrival from eastern States. In the group are Mrs. Curtin (right), their son John, who is in the RAAF, and their daughter Elsie. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. UNION MOVE FOR OVERHAUL OF PRODUCTION

    Investigation of the existing production machinery by a Joint subcommittee has been sought by the Trade Union Congress from the ...

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  12. PM SUPPORTED BY OPPOSITION

    For some time non-Government members of the Advisory War Council had persistently urged formation of an Imperial War Cabinet, said ...

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  13. SHIPMENT OF WHEAT FOR GREECE

    Dr. Hugh Dalton, Minister for Economic Warfare, announced in the Commons that Britain and USA were prepared to ...

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  14. GEN. MACARTHURS GALLANT STAND PRAISED

    President Roosevelt yesterday cabled birthday greetings to Gen. MacArthur, whose U-S and Filipino troops are gallantly holding out in ...

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  15. RUSH OF ALIENS TO ENLIST

    With the rush of volunteers, aliens as well as Australian youth, continuing to grow, 7 doctors were kept busy at the Town Hall recruiting depot ...

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  16. STRENGTH OF N E I FORCES

    Armed forces in NEI include between 500 and 1,000 U-S planes, an army of 125,000 fully trained troops, and 5 ...

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  17. "LOVE ME, LOVE MY DOG" London Cartoon

    The cartoon in Daily Mirror shows Mr. Churchill leaning against the side of a dog kennel, from which other Ministers peer. The caption is, ...

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  18. WILL CLOSE SOME ENTERPRISES

    PERTH, Tuesday. —"To meet manpower requirements the Commonmonwealth Government will close some enterprises within the next few ...

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  19. WANTS TO SEND DIVISION TO AUSTRALIA

    Despatch of a Canadian division to Australia was urged in the Canadian House of Commons yesterday by Mr. Hanson, leader of the ...

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  20. AIRMAN KILLED IN ACTION

    Plt.-Off. Robt. Henry Martin, 32, RAAF, reported. killed in action abroad, was bom at Mornington. He was the youngest son of Mrs. and ...

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  21. CHINESE CAPTURE ANOTHER TOWN

    Chinese forces are lighting the Japanese all along the Canton-Kowloon raliway, and have occupied the town of ...

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  22. WHEAT TO SAVE CATTLE

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Mr. Beale, MLA, in a telegram to Mr. Curtin, Prime Minister yesterday urged release of 1,000,000 bushels of wheal ...

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  23. OBITUARY

    Mr. William Cleary, a noted footbailer of the '90's, died yesterday in a private hospital in Melbourne at the age of 73. He came to Fitzroy ...

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  24. OWNERSHIP OF RADIO AND NEWSPAPERS IN USA

    Federal Court of Appeals has upheld the right of Federal Communications Commission to subpoena newspaper publishers and executives ...

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  25. ENSURING SECURITY OF SINGAPORE

    Further measures have been taken to ensure the security of Singapore. Precautions have been taken in the islands off the northern coast, and ...

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  26. CALIFORNIA RADIO SILENT 4 HOURS

    South California radio stations nero silenced for 4 hours yesterday, resuming after unidentified planes had left the area. Their course was ...

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  27. RIVER FERRY TO CONTINUE

    Williamstown Council last night decided to continue to operate the steam ferry across the Yarra, and to refer to Sir George Goudie. Public ...

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  28. HANOVER, EMDEN BOMBED AGAIN

    British bombers last night attacked in force objectives at Hanover and Emden, states an Air Ministry communique. Other places ...

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  29. NARCOTICS AS JAP. WAR WEAPON

    Treasury Department's report on the international drug traffic charges Japan with having started a secret war against western civilisation in ...

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  31. US FREIGHTER LURED TO DESTRUCTION

    Navy Department has announced that the freighter Venore was torpedoed and sunk off the Atlantic coast on Saturday, making the ...

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  33. CREW DESTROYS BOMBER AFTER FORCED LANDING

    After a British bomber had made a forced landing on the beach at Fuzeta, in southern Portugal, members of the crew, ...

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  35. BRITISH SUBMARINES' SUCCESSES IN MEDITERRANEAN

    Further successes by British submarines against enemy shipping in the Mediterranean takmg supplies and rebiforcemcnts to Libya are ...

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  38. COLD-BLOODED SINKING OF EVACUEE SHIPS

    Official details of the sinking or 2 Allied merchantmen in the Bay of Bengal show that the submarine attacked without warning and ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. "CHARTER OF RIO DE JANEIRO" ADOPTED

    Political Committee of the PanAmerican Conference has adopted a "Charter of Rio de Janeiro," embodying the principles laid down by ...

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  40. CHINESE CHRISTIAN LEADER DEAD

    Chungking Radio states that Dr. Kwang Wing-chung, 70-year-old Chinese Christian leader, died on January 7 from head injuries ...

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  41. BBC DIRECTORGENERAL RESIGNS

    Mr. F. W. Ogilvie. DirectorGeneral of the BBC, has resigned in order to facilitate reorganisation. Sir Cecil Graves deputy ...

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  42. MURDER CHARGE MAY BE REDUCED

    The Prosecutor at Old Bailey, in a murder trial yesterday, told the jury: "If a man finds his wife with a lover, and in his fury of red anger ...

    Article : 138 words
  43. NEW ATLANTIC FERRY PLAN

    RAF Ferry Command announced a new policy of using certain graduates of the Commonwealth air-training plan to deliver bombers to ...

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  44. DIESEL OIL PRICE RISE

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — An increase of £1 in the price of Diesel oil and furnace oil, and ½d. a gallon on distillates, was announced today ...

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  45. 200 US HOSTAGES HELD IN FRANCE

    According to Vichy Radio, 200 U-S citizens living in Paris have been sent to a German concentration camp. They will be held as ...

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  46. TO COMMAND SPITFIRES

    Sqd.-Ldr. Brendan Finucane will command the 602nd Spitfire Squaddron. Sqd.-Ldr. Keith Truscott, of Melbourne, has been appointed to ...

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  47. JAP. CHICK-SEXING EXPERTS RELEASED

    Six young Japanese poultry sex determiners are being released from internment "In the interests of the British poultry industry " ...

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  48. GUAM HAD N0 DEFENCES

    Rear-Admiral Moreell, Chief of U-S Naval Bureau of Yards and Docks, in testimony on the Naval Appropriation Bill, disclosed that ...

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  50. DAYLIGHT SAVING IN CANADA

    Daylight saving time win operate. throughout Canada from February 9. which ts the commencing date for daylight saving time in USA also. ...

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