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  3. NEW GUINEA VISIT

    General Douglas MacArthur inspecting an Australian unit somewhere in New Guinea, with Maj.Gen. E. J. Milford, Australian Army (right). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. HAMBURG MOST BLITZED CITY IN WORLD

    LONDON, Friday.—Well over 2000 tons of bombs were dropped on Hamburg again last night—the city's third night blitz since Saturday, and its seventh raid in 102 hours. ...

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  5. LANCASTER'S RAID

    The nose of a Lancaster, which has made over 20 raids on the enemy, showing a number of designs, the chief of which is the head of the Russian leader, Marshal Stalin, with the wording "Man of Steel." The bomber is called "Joe" by air and ground crew. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. BRITISH WAR CABINET HAS SURPRISE MEETING

    LONDON, Friday.—The Italian news agency reported to-day that there has been intense diplomatic activity at the Vatican during the past few days. This ...

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  7. WARSHIPS SHELL S. ITALIAN COAST

    LONDON, Friday.—While the Allied forces further strengthened their positions along the 70-miles line covering the N.E. portion of Sicily, British warships and Allied planes continued ...

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  8. FLARE-UP IN NEW GUINEA JAP. BASES STORMED

    Somewhere in Australia, Friday.—Sharp fighting has developed at several points south of Salamaua, where Australians and Americans are storming Japanese defensive positions meal ...

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  9. MUNDA POSITION SATISFACTORY, SAYS MacARTHUR

    Somewhere in Australia, Friday.—Munda's prolonged resistance is causing no surprise or uneasiness at General Headquarters. It is pointed ...

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  10. VAST CONVOY PASSES GIBRALTAR

    LONDON, Friday.—According to Berlin radio, quoting a report from La Linea (Spain), an Allied convoy of 75 ships, including tankers, cargo ...

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  11. Rescue Airman, Then Surrender

    ALGIERS, Friday.—An American Warhawk pilot, John Rauth (22), of Nebraska, took prisoner 36 Italian officers and men after he had parachuted ...

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  12. SLOOPS SINK TWO U-BOATS

    LONDON, Friday.—An escort group of sloops in the North Atlantic recently sank two U-boats within nine hours, the Admiralty reveals. ...

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  13. SMUTS TREBLES MAJORITY

    JOHANNESBURG, Friday.—The final state of the parties in the South African elections is:—For General Smuts and the ...

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  14. DR. EVATT HOME

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Expressing profound satisfaction that the object of his mission to Britain, the U.S.A. and Canada had been accomplished, the ...

    Article : 68 words
  15. Fascists Charged With Corruption

    LONDON, Friday.—Signor Scorza, secretary of the Fascist Party until Mussolini's downfall; Alfieri, Italian Ambassador in Berlin; Farinacci, a ...

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  16. GERMAN REARGUARDS RETREAT SOUTH OF OREL IN FACE OF STEADY PRESSURE

    LONDON, Friday.—The Red Army is relentlessly hammering German rearguards retreating on many sectors south of Orel, and is steadily breaking down the resistance the enemy is putting up from fortified villages and strategic heights. ...

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  17. Subs. Bag 10 More Jap. Ships

    WASHINGTON, Thursday.—To-day's Navy communique says U.S. submarines operating in the Pacific and Far East have sunk two large ...

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  18. Alien Labour Dispute SETTLEMENT LIKELY

    Government proposals for a settlement of the dispute which has developed at an important Tasmanian hydro-electric ...

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  19. RECORD SUB. PATROL

    LONDON, Thursday.—The return of the submarine, H.M.S. Trusty (Lieut. Commander E. F. Dalston) to home waters after an absence of nearly two ...

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  20. AIR-SEA RESCUES

    LONDON, Friday.—In the greatest air-sea rescue operations of the war. 101 British and American airmen have been rescued in the North Sea within ...

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  21. HUNGARY TO JOIN ITALY

    LONDON, Friday.—It is reported unofficially that Hungary has decided to join Italy in an attempt to make immediate ...

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  22. U.S. "CAVALRY"

    Left to right: An M.5 light tank, an amphibian jeep, which travels on water as well as on land, a land jeep and a half track reconnaissance car are four of the vehicles used by a U.S. Army mechanised cavalry reconnaissance squadron "somewhere in England." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. V.C. TO BRITISH PRIVATE

    LONDON, Friday.—The King has approved of the posthumous award of the Victoria Cross to Private Eric Anderson, of the East Yorkshire Regiment ...

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  24. Guerrillas Active in Yugoslavia

    LONDON, Friday.—Five German campaigns in Yugoslavia to "wipe out" the guerrilla and patriot forces have left ...

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  25. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    THE extreme Left-wing crowd which denied Mr. Menzies a fair hearing at Darlinghurst, Sydney, on Thursday night gave a ...

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  26. ORGANISED INTERJECTIONS DROWN MR. FADDEN'S SPEECH IN HOBART

    The Leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Fadden) received a lively reception at the Hobart Town Hall last night. Applause was mingled with hooting and interjections, which appeared to be organised by a small minority. The interjections drowned Mr. Fadden persistently, and during his address two men were ejected from the hall by the police. ...

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  27. 38 DIE IN U.S. PLANE CRASHES

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Thirty-eight people were killed in three plans crashes in various parts of the country yesterday. ...

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  28. 1100 TONS BOMBS ON ROME

    LONDON. Friday.—Allied headquarters in Algiers revealed to-day that 1100 tons of bombs were dropped on military targets in Rome during the ...

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  29. Pope Gives £10,000 To Rebuild British Churches

    LONDON, Friday.—The Pope has donated £10,000 sterling towards the restoration of destroyed churches in Britain. In 1942 the Pope donated ...

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