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  3. US. Liberators [?]aid Japanese Home Islands

    The Dom[?] news agency announced that American planet attempted to raid the northern section of Kur[?]le Islands but ...

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  4. RUSSIANS CUT GERMAN LINES TO KHARKOV

    The Russian forces are now only three miles from Kharkov, stated Algiers radio, which claimed that fighting was going on in the suburbs. A Moscow message announced that heavy fighting ...

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  5. ALLIES HAVE SURPLUS SHIPPING

    For the first time since the outbreak of war, the Allies have a surplus of shipping capacity, says the "Financial News." The position, however, might ...

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  6. MR. CHURCHILL MAY VISIT MOSCOW AFTER QUEBEC

    The N.B.C.'s representative at Quebec stated that Canadian sources are under the impression that Mr. Churchill may 90 to Russia with a message for Stalin after the talks with President, Roosevelt are finished. ...

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  7. Japanese Sustain More Shipping Losses in The North

    Heavy losses were inflicted on Japanese shipping and barge concentrations by Allied aircraft during yesterday. At least one ship was sunk, two ...

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  8. FALL OF RANDAZZO IMMINENT

    The N.B.C. correspondent at Algiers, in a broadcast states that the fall of Randazzo is imminent. The enemy is putting up stiff resistance near Bronte and on the Randazzo road. The Eighth Army, in close ...

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  9. ITALY SUSPENDS WAR DELIVERIES TO GERMANY

    The Italian Press hints that [?] fied Anglo-American terms" will be issued from the Quebec talks, but German forces in Northern Italy are ...

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  10. JAPAN APPREHENSIVE ABOUT FATE OF EUROPEAN PARTNERS

    According to the Berlin correspondent of the Stockholm newspaper, "Allehanda," the Japanese Ambassador in Berlin (Oshima) at a meeting [?]th ...

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  11. MOSQUITOES BITE INTO RHINELAND

    The Air Ministry announced that Mosquitoes of the Bomber Command during last night attacked objectives in the Ruhr and Rhineland, while at ...

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  12. NEW GUINEA'S PACK TRANSPORT

    Several hundred horses and mules have been and are still being used in New Guinea by two Army pack transport units. ...

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  13. MacARTHUR ACHIEVED MUCH WITH INADEQUATE FORCES

    "General MacArthur's statement of the progress of the war against Japan will be read in this country with mingled pride and shame—pride that he ...

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  14. 1500 TONS OF BOMBS FELL ON NUREMBURG

    R.A.F. bombers last night dropped more than 1500 tons of high explosives and incendiaries on Nuremburg. ...

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  15. ENEMY RAIDS ON BRITAIN

    Early to-day enemy planes were over parts of south and south-west England. They sharply attacked one town and dropped bombs at several ...

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  16. TOJO ADMITS THREAT TO AUSTRALIA OVER

    Commenting on the statement by the Japanese Premier (General Tojo) that the immediate menace to Australia had been removed by the ...

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  17. JAPANESE EXECUTE MISSIONARIES

    A message from Chungking Stated that the Chinese Press reported that the Japanese had executed three Canadian missionaries in the ...

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  18. OPPOSITION TO N.Z. PREMIER

    Mr. C. G. Scrimgeour, who had been deposed as Director of the Commercial Broadcasting Service, is to oppose the Prime Minister (Mr. Fraser) at the ...

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  19. AXIS TALKS IN TOKYO

    Berlin radio quoted Tokyo as reporting that the Japanese Foreign Minister (Shigmitsu) had received the German and Italian ambassadors ...

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  20. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

    LONDON, Thursday.—It was announced at Buckingham Palace that His Majesty the King, desires that September 3—the fourth anniversary ...

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  21. UNLICENSED RADIO COST £5

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—At the central Summons Court to-day, Neville Cardus, art and music critic, was fined £5 for having an unlicensed wireless ...

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  22. ONE MINE IDLE

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Pelton Colliery, on the Northern field, which has been hold up for 34 days on a safety issue, was the only mine idle ...

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