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  2. NEW THRUST IN HOLLAND

    London, Oct. 5.—Reuters correspondent with the British Second Army, in a despatch lodged at 11 a.m. to-day, says that General Dempsey has launched an attack towards Arnhem and very stiff flighting is going on two miles from the bridge. ...

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  3. RUSSIAN SWEEP

    London, Oct. 4.—"The Red Army's sweeping progress into Jugoslavia is a blend of triumphal march and mobile battle," says ...

    Article : 291 words
  4. AIR ATTACKS

    London, Oct. 5.—It is officially reported that R.A.F. Mosquitoes, despite very hazy weather, attacked and stopped 18 trains in ...

    Article : 144 words
  5. LIBERATING GREECE

    London, Oct. 4.—Reuter's correspondent at the Allied advanced headquarters in the Mediterranean reports that a Balkans Air ...

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  6. WAR IN CHINA

    New York, Oct. 4.—The Associated Press correspondent, Preston Grover, writing from an advanced East China air base, yesterday ...

    Article : 170 words
  7. EPIC OF WARSAW

    London, Oct. 5.—Paying a tribute to the Polish home army and the civilian population of Warsaw during a statement on the battle ...

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  8. SIEGFRIED LINE

    London, Oct. 4.—"American infantry have fanned out north and south of Ubach and after beating off all counter-attacks are now ...

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  9. Heavy Raid on Germany

    London, Oct. 5.—More than 1000 Eighth Air Force Flying Fortresses and Liberators, under a strong escort of Thunderbolts and ...

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  10. BRITISH "INACTION" CRITICISED

    Chungking, Oct. 4.—"Takung, Pao" in an editorial criticising Mr. Churchill's reference to the China war theatre said that the world ...

    Article : 183 words
  11. Destruction in Warsaw

    London, Oct. 4.—"Only underground does life continue in Warsaw, because there is nothing left but heaps of ruins," said a ...

    Article : 273 words
  12. Bombing the Tirpitz

    London, Oct. 4.—The German battleshi Tirpitz lies down at the bows in Kaafiord, Norway, as the battleship Tirpitz lies down at the ...

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  13. FIGHTING IN HOLLAND

    London, Oct. 4.—The German Newsagency's correspondent Guenther Weber, said that General Model may decide to shorten the ...

    Article : 193 words
  14. ALLIED PROGRESS

    London, Oct. 5.-"North of Antwerp the enemy is being driven from the perimeter forts," says to-day's A.E.P. headquarters' ...

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  15. The Red Anny

    London, Oct. 4.—A Moscow communique states: "To-day the Russian forces west of Vrsac captured Vladimirovac, 22 miles north-east ...

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  16. SUPPLIES FROM AMERICA

    Washington, Oct. 3.—Twenty thousand tons of supplies are being flown into China monthly, President Roosevelt disclosed at a press ...

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  17. Russians and Jugoslavs

    London, Oct. 5.—"The German garrisons in the sector west of Negotin, where Russian troops and Marshal Tito's partisans linked up ...

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  18. A Night Battle

    London, Oct. 5—"American tanks and infantry attacking the Siegfried line south-east of Overloon during the night, beat off fierce ...

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  19. Conditions in Warsaw

    London, Oct. 5.—The Stockholm correspondent of the Associated Press states: "The German-controlled newsagency says that over ...

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  20. German Headquarters

    London, Oct. 5.—The German headquarters at the edge of Reichswald, south-east of Nijmegen, was wiped out recently in a ...

    Article : 108 words
  21. DANGER OF COLLAPSE

    Ottawa, Oct. 3.—Addressing the Foreign Mission Society at Kirkland, Lake Ontario, to-day, Monsignor McGrath for 10 years ...

    Article : 124 words
  22. Fighting at Metz

    London, Oct. 4.—"Under a constant hail of bullets and shells from an invisible enemy, American infantry on the exposed sides and ...

    Article : 182 words
  23. Burma Operations

    Kandy, Oct. 5.—To-day's communique highlights are: "The Japanese infantry and gun positions at the Chocolate Staircase on ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. German Seapower Smashed

    London, Oct. 3.—The B.B.C. European service, speaking to Germany to-day, intimated that regular broadcasts to members of the ...

    Article : 189 words
  25. Allied Advances

    London, Oct. 5.—A Berlin communique states:—"On the Belgian-Dutch frontier, south-west of Arnhern, and on the Maas River and ...

    Article : 93 words
  26. Nazis' Black Sea Fleet

    London, Oct. 5.—The German Overseas, Newsagency quotes the "Voelkischer Beobachter's" naval correspondent as saying that all ...

    Article : 94 words
  27. Greek Ministers Arrive

    London, Oct. 4.—A message received by Greek Government circles in London states that British officers are operating in Tripolitza ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. Fund for French Children

    London, Oct. 4.—The Bomber Command proposes to raise a fund of £10,000 for French children who suffered through R.A.F. bombing ...

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  29. Germans' Giant Guns

    London, Oct. 4.—"Some of the giant guns at Cap Gris-Nez fired from 40 to 50 rounds daily against the Dover coast, with half-hour ...

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  30. Attack on Belgrade

    London, Oct. 4.—The Rome radio says that Russian troops are in the outskirts of Belgrade, where street fighting is in progress. ...

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  31. German Report

    London, Oct. 5—A Berlin communique states:—"Bitter fighting is raging north-east of Belgrade. Further Russian attacks in ...

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  32. German Resistance

    London, Oct. 4.—Goebbels and Himmler to-night adopted Mr. Churchill's line of 1940, "We shall fight on the beaches, etc.," says ...

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  33. Havoc in Dover

    London, Oct. 4.—The recent shelling of Dover caused such havoc and destroyed so many houses that the mayor of Dover ...

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  34. Trade Unionism

    London, Oct. 4.—Plans are being prepared for the establishment of a World Trade Union Federation, embracing all forms of free trade ...

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  35. Soviet Honours

    London, Oct. 4.—The Moscow radio says that Lord Beaverbrook and Lord Lyttelton have been awarded the Order of Suvorov, one ...

    Article : 138 words
  36. French Collaborators

    London, Oct. 4.—A report from Paris states that the Judicial Commission has ordered the police to investigate "the activities of a man ...

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  37. Missing German Pilots

    London, Oct. 5.—The Berlin radio last night admitted that many German pilots brought down in air fights over Germany ...

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  38. Pearl Harbour Inquiry

    New York, Oct. 4.—The Washington correspondent of the New York "Herald Tribune" learns that the Navy Board investigating the ...

    Article : 134 words
  39. Happenings in Paris

    London, Oct. 5.—The restrictions on civilian press correspondents in Paris may soon be considerably eased. The Deputy Prime Minister ...

    Article : 128 words
  40. War Criminals

    London, Oct. 4.—In the Dail to-day, a message from Dublin states, Mr. de Valera was asked if he was aware that representations had ...

    Article : 118 words
  41. Hindus and Moslems

    Bombay, Oct. 5.—The president of the All-India Moslem League, Mr. M. A. Jinnah, said at a press conference to-day that the ...

    Article : 47 words
  42. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Except where otherwise designated the overseas intelligence published in the "Kalgoorlie Miner" is transmitted to Australia by the Australian Associated ...

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