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N.S.W. Golf Club Honor Roll Unveiled [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

N.S.W. Golf Club. Honor Roll Unve'led The State Governor, ,Lord, Wake hurst, in unveiling a roll of honor at the New South Wales Golf Club last week-end,, referred to the. club's record of service in the present war. He said it was a wonderful per formance for any golf club to have so many in the forces. Lord Wakehiurst pointed out. that the clull president (Major-General Bennett), was G.O.C. Australian troops in Malaya. He mentioned that the honor roll contained 42 names, and there were also over 2o.members of the club in administrative positions in Australia.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RACING [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

RACING * ASCOT (Brisbane) MEETING , OXLEY NURSERY. HANDICAP: - NOBLEMAN, 8.2 (Maddock) 1; Democrat, 8.4 (Hill) 2; Spear'Amber, 8.3 (Hone) 3. Scratchings, The Beaver, Finewear, Hebro. ' BETTING: 12-1, 2-1, 50-1. :Tote: win, £2/8/-; . place.. 30/-, 3/-, £2/1/6. 2nd TRIAL:-BAHTHEON, 8.5 (Bou goure) : Pearl Boy, 7.5 (Moore) 2; Nacre, 7.5 (Selwood). Scratchings, Goobra, Sad NewS. BETTING: 4-1, 7-1, 9-4.. Tote: win, £1/6/6; "place, 10/-, 7/6. '4/6. WELTER HANDICAP :-SAMARITAN, 8.10 (Bougoure) 1; Silver Bird, 8.7 (Sin clair) 2; Cartilla, 7.7 (Morgan) 3. "All started. BETTING: 7.-4 7-2, 10-1: Tote: win, 12/6; place, 10/-, 4/-; 7/-: T.OOMBIL- PLATE:-WHENBAH, :.7.13 (Selwood)' 1;: Romeo, -8.3 (Brown) '2; Peru,, 7.2 (McGrowdie)- 3, . Scratched Hackee. BETING: 15-1, 4-1, 20-1. Tote: win, £ 3/1/-; place, 30/-, 5/-, 12/-. WINDSOR HANDICAP :-TRAGOPAN, 8.9 (Vickers) 1; Wishon, 7.11. (Freedman) 2; Lady Buzzard; 8.0 (Briscoe). 3. All started. BETTING: 3-1, 10-1, 10-1; Tote: Swin, 18/6: . place, .14/-...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Horse Trainer Escapes Drowning [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Horse Trainer Escapes Drowning   Adelaide. - W. Tait, the Glenelg trainer, had a narrow escape from drowning at Glenelg last week-end, and he owes his life to the prompt action of a fellow trainer, C. E. Simounds. Tait was swimming Star Actor in deep water about 2oo yards from the beach when he parted coxnpany with his mount and was soon in difficulties. Simounds, who was exercising Speculation on the beach, noticed Tait's predicament and, without divesting his clothes, rushed his horse out with the idea of allowing Tait to hang on to his horse's tail. When Sinmounds reached Tait he found the latter in a helpless con- dition, but was able to drag him on to his saddle and swim his horse back to the shore. Tait quickly recovered and was little the worse for his startling ex- perience. V

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

MR. CURTIN, Australia's Prime Minis ter, who called an emergency meeting of. Cabinet to-day and Will issue a statement to the people of Australia as early as possible. .

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

. "Monsieur Butterfly, I presuitn." -Daily Express; London.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
HOW PACIFIC WAR WAS DECLARED Hull's Scathing Attack On From of Japan's Note All Government to Meet. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

OW PACIFIC WAR WAS DECLARED Hull's Scathing Attack On Form of Japan's Note All Governments to Meet,. When the Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. handed the formal note of reply; to Mr. Cordell-Hull the U.S. Secre tary of State, said that he had niever yet seen such a docu ment filled with so many falsehoods and distortions. Simultaneously with receiving the infornmation that Japan had decli-ed war, America received repori s of .the atttacks. on .1lawaii and MVTanila. In England Mr. Churchill called for a meeting of full Cabinet immediately. A state i enliby the Priime Minister is elxpected nat any moment :: In Australia membdrs of the W\rTar Cabinet haid been standing by all the week-end. he'': Au traliaiu i .Broadc1sting C?iommission, on; receiving the n ewil- sit: ? a t o c?ay, ?irmmiihedi :itely iif?irmed:.: t:he Federal , Mri Cirin called i tn emer : gnc? meetiingj 0:ftl1 Cabl et at I e Goverino Genrl ;t (Lord ,sGowrie) has, rushed to' Canberra 6s;totindl by in: case aiy cleclara i...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
NAVAL TACTICS IN A PACIFIC WAR [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

NAVAL TACTICS IN A PACIFIC WAR (BY HALLETT ABEND, FAMOUS AMERICAN WRITE8) New .York.-When news reached Washington that the Japanese 'army was ' moving., into: French Indo China, there was excitement and jubilation in the Navy Department. Admiralsrub-i bed their hands with pleas ure, and even slapped !one another on the back, says an article by Hallett Abend,~ which. appeared in "Look". recently. Admitting that ..the Indo China position might serve: as a "springboard" for further ad vances in south-eastern Asia, or the East Indies,. American naval experts. nevertheless declared jubilantly that "at last Japan has stuck her neck out--way out." Technically, it is pointed out, Japan has finally accomplished her own encirclemnent. Assum ing the presenice: of 18o,ooo' or 200o,ooo Japanese troops in.Indo China, this .large body of sol diers . can 'be supplied-., with material,, provisioned, and Lrein foiced only by sea. This involves the inecessity, in .case' of hostili ties, of. slow convo...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

MAP iSHOWING vital points north of .Australia, which are of vital interest to us. For some time now Japan has been concentrating troops around Indo-. China.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

SOUTHWARD, BOUND? TRAVEL BY Guinea Airways Ltd. COAST - TO - COASTI ' IN ONE DAY . Special reduced fares for all Services 'Phone: Darwin 240 for bookings and all particulars "HOW WAR WAS DECLARED" and further PACIFIC NEWS See Back Page IT, PAYS TO FLY BY / Guinea Airways Ltd. . Arrive the same day io Hours to Adelaide z2-j Hours to Melbourne Arrives next morning iu Sydney and Tasmania.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

MR. ROOSEVELT, President of the United States, called an immediate meeting of the U.S. Cabinet. In the meantime the U.S. Army mobilises and America is at war with Japan in the Western Pacific. On Saturday the President made one last final appeal to the Emperor of Japan to preserve peace.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LATE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

LATE NEWS The B.B.C. stated this morn- ing (10.45 Darwin time) that a Japanese aircraft carrier had been sunk off Hawaii. The U.S. warship Oklahoma had been set on fire. Six aircraft and five Japanese submarines had been destroyed near Hawaii.   Another attack by air and sea bombing was made on Honolulu, killing 121 soldiers and injuring 3oo people. The same attack had caused many fires in the city, but these were under control.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Power of Japan Special "Time" Article [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

Power of Japan Special "Time" Article Japan. has :a .navy only s`lightly? below parity with' the: .combined U.S. :Pacific and, Asiatic. Fleets, 'an: air force' of per hapsi ~0o0 con bat planes. - "; " Japa?l is said to havettwo mil lion Thei t in arm?s, another 3) million in reserve, for' whom weapons may not be available. Japan's:oil reserve is not large, but .i said to be good for two totli'ree years at present con sumpitio6fi, or for. i years of all out .mechanised warfare --..but Japan.i has, by Western stand ards, little niechahised 'ecjuill ment. Japan may .have oo,ooo men in Manchukuo, facing, .Siberia. Fromn Siberia, Japan's would probably meet a Soviet force of at least 68o,ooo, better miechan ·ised than the Japanese and--un less too much equipment has been sent to the western front far better equipped with planes. The last month has shown ljapan,, as well as Adolf Hitler, how Soviet armies fight. And a MIanchukuo guerrilla force of roo,ooo would probably harass Japanese co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

GENERAL TOJO, the Japanese Premier who, since taking over as leader of the Tokio Government, has prepared for war in the Pacific, but   has always put on "face," declaring that Japan wanted nothing but peace. According to Time Magazine General Tojo is 56 years old and has had a remarkable military career for the past 29 years. In 1936 he controlled a "Gestapo" for the Japanese Govern- ment. See the special Time article on back page.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

M. STALIN, Russia's great leader and ally of Great Britain and America. The Soviet, as yet, has not been in- volved in this Pacific war, but Russia's great army will be a factor in attack- ing Japan from the rear, whilst America and the Empire engage her from the east and south.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
JAPAN DECLARES WAR ON GREAT BRITAIN—U.S. Hawaii and Philippines Severely Bombed JAPANESE FLEET OFF SINGAPORE: 125,000 TROOPS AT INDO-CHINA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

JAPAN DECLARES WAR ON GREAT BRITAIN---U.S. Hawaii and Philippines Severely Bombed JAPANESE FLEET OFF SINGAPORE: 125,000 TROOPS AT INDO- CHINA   Advice was received in Australia this morning from the Imperial Government in Tokio, that Japan had declared war on Great Britain and the United States of America. At 6 a.m. (Eastern Standard time) news was broadcast from America that as the note from Japan was handed to Washington, Japanese bombers had attacked Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), inflicting serious damage. A report was also received from Manila (Philippines) that an air raid was made on that city, causing severe damage. A naval engagement is taking place off Honolulu and an American army transport has been torpedoed and sunk 1500 miles from San Francisco. The Japanese Fleet is reported to have been sighted off Singa- pore and it is also now revealed that 125,000 Japanese troops have been landed in Indo-China, ready to march into Thailand, this will be a serious threat to Ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 8 December 1941

MR. CHURCHILL, Great Britain's Prime Minister, who also called for an immediate Cabinet meeting. On Nov- ember 10 he said: "Should the United States become involved in a war against Japan, a British declaration would follow within the hour." Japan has already declared war on Britain.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 11 December 1941

EDUCATION The Emergency Plan of the Army Edu cation Service is now in operation. With the extension of the war to the Pacific and the establishment of a new Front Line in Australia, the carefully prepared scheme has been released to cope with r the new conditions. This planv was devised to render the greatest possible facilities to troops on Active Service. Not only, have the most popular and useful items of the A.E.S. ; programmes been preserved, but new features specially adapted for the enter tainment and eaucation of troops ini the fighting line have been introduced. On Ihe new Declaration of War, the immediate demand from units for an extension of the A.E.S. service has jus I tified the preparations made to deal with this long expected state of actual war fare. It must be remembered that the wide spread activities of the A.E.S. through out the Australian Forces are designed to fill a vital need in the daily life of each individual soldier. 'rhe best judge of a soldier's needs i...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INTERSTATE NEWS ITEMS IN BRIEF MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 11 December 1941

INTERSTATE NEWS ITEMS IN BRIEF DIED AT GOLDEN WEDDING Sydney, Wednesday.-Mr. M Richrd Cook ý(71 ), collapsed and -died, while he and his wife were.being enter tained&Ion their 'golden wedding an niversary during last week-end. Mr. Cook was the father of J. F. Cook, the racehorsd trainer, and the grand father of Keith Cook, the jockey. PRODUCER GAS. UNITS S);dncy, Tuesday.-The State Gov erminent intends to instal producer gas units on IIoo trucks and lorries operated by Government and semi governmental departments. The Gov ernment also will finance.the installa tion of similar units on up to 700 motor cars owned by officers of the Public Service who use the cars for official business. NURSE SERIOUSLY INJURED Adelaide,, Wednesday. - Gladys Fabian, 21, of Athol Street, Athol Estate, a nurse at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, received shock, concussion and lacerations when she fell from her bicycle at the hospital gates on Monday night. She was taken into the liospital by one of th...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 11 December 1941

R.A.R. ARMORED CARS, nicknamed "shellbacks," which have done splendid work in defence of forward aerodromes and other dangerous tasks, advancing in a forward area of'the Western Desert.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
McNAMEE EASILY BEATS DELANEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 11 December 1941

McNAMEE =EASILY BEATS DELANEY Jack M~cNimee decisively out pointed Joe Delaniey over 12 ·rounds at the Leichhardt Stadiumi .:ilast Saturday night. McNanic e wvill niet& Al Bastian in Melbourne next-Saturday. nig.ht. V

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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