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FOUR NAZI DIVISIONS ON WAY TO LIBYA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

FOUR NAZI DIVISIONS OI WAY T& "L;IBtA" rew' Yorkrr Mopoday.-In a.'i; reporti· frqom ". somew ere in, Europe;" a special-,correpond-. - ent, of1 the- New ,York:Times, - says that four-. German. dyi sions," two: mechanised ,and two - cavalry, have reached. the Frenctl de'marcration .. line;: on their way.Q tl-Marseilles, Toulon., s. and Genoa, and ultimately Libya and F'reiich Noith Africa -

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MANILA'S AGONY Bombing Of Open City [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

MANILA'S ACONY Bombing Of Open City In a last desperate attempt to get the .Japanese to honor the declaration that Manila is an open city, all ships left the har . bor on Sunday night, and four of them, which had been targets for many bombs in the past.two days, were reported to have been scuttled. The black-out was also abolished in token of the city's helplessness. . The second lday of the savage un opposed aii assaults left Manila an inferno of burning churches, homes and ofice. buildings. Many persons were buried in the debris. The bombing was a repetition of Saturday's in ruthlessness and havoc. The waterfront between Muros -and thel business district was hardest hit. The Daily Herald newspaper build ing was dentolished. The huge National Rice. and Corn Corporation warehouse burned all.night: One fire swept throughl the slum area between Muros, destroying the homes of thousands of Filipitno labor ers and Chineise, who trudged throughli streets dragging children and household po...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Secret Talks With Stalin WAS THERE FOR TWO WEEKS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

Secret Talks With Stalin WASm THERE FOR TWO WEEKS LONDON, Tuesday.-Simultaneous announcements in London and Moscow yesterday revealed that an exhaustive exchange of views on questions relating to the conduct of the war, and the post war organisation of peace and security in Europe have taken place in' Moscow in the last two weeks between Stalin, the British Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden), and the Soviet Foreign Minister, M. Molotov. £'lIc .Rutssian Ambassador to Brit ain ('M.i Maisky), and the British Am h tssador (Sir Stafford Cripps), atten ded the conversations, some of which were- also attended by the Perman ent UncdelrSecretary to the Foreign Otlice (Sir Alexander Cadogan), and the Vice-Chief of the Imperial Gen cral :SttlT (Lieut.-General Nye). The official statement says that the -conversations, irhich were held, in a friendly atmosphere, revealed the identity of views of both parties on all questions re lating: to the conduct- of the war, especially with regard.to the ne cessi...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STIRRING STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER "Australia Shall Not Go" RELATIONS WITH BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

STI IRING STATEME INT BY PRIME MINISTER "Australiq Shall Not Go" .RELATIONS WITH BRITAIN Mr. Curtin, in a review of the outlook for 1942, forecast much closer collaboration between Aiustralia and the' United States. :"We know that. Australia can go, and Britain can still hold on," said the Prime ,Minister. "We are therefore determined that Australia shall not go." The main points of Mr. Curtin's statement were as follows: "The' Australian Government re gards the Placific struggle, primarily, one in which the uJnited States and? Austalfia niust''have .the:fullest say in the' direction ,of the' Democracies' fighlting plaii. "Without any inhibitions of any ;kiniid ;I :make- it qiiite :clear ..'that A?Atstdlia'6oks" to Ameiica, , free of ;any papgs as to our tra ,ditional Ilinks of kinship with the -United° Kingdorii. " "We know the .problems that, tlhe United Tiiigldomi faces: "We know the constant threat of. ,invasion. "\Ve,know the dangers of dispersal of strength., S"ut we:know too,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

SYDNEY ROOF-SPOTTER;, I?t. Marre, liitiating Tom Clifford, 15, of Balmain, irito the job. Clifford.is wearing a.2/ 'tiin helmet sold('as :tdys by city stores. "We cannot . get . helmets. I , would. rather have one of the 'toys' than no ' helmet at all," said Mr. Marre.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

;The'Bank :of '.New, ;South Wales has -complete fa ilitiesa aila e for ;the transaction of allkinds f ankigg business a Darwin ard btween Darwin ard all other parts oF?Australia. rbe Bank ?ssues drafts and-makes money transfers -by letteror , eleraphanywee n "ustrali. SCheque accounts nay ?be opened and Interest Bearingg Deposits are accepted. Tred officers4 theBank are always available to d .se oall atters relatingto money trarint ac ions. r Of rE .SOAUTiHWALES T. F1,RST?BN,K?,.N AAUSTRALIA 592A

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MARTIAL LAW IN SINGAPORE Japan Attempts Encirclement MANILA THREATENED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

MARTIAL LAW IN SINGAPORE Japan Attempts Encirclement MANILA THREATENED Martial law has been declared in Sing apore. A curfew may be ordered very shortly. These two announcements were broadcast yesterday, following the Jap anese threat to encircle Singapore, which has developed in the last 48 hours. A message from Manila reveals that the capital of the Philippines is gravely threatened, enemy .troops are only 30 miles from the city. Singapore. messages. state that .J apanese forces continue their steady advance in Western Malaya. They are pressing on at the rate of about 20, iniles a clay. The capture of Ipoh, capital of Perak, is claimed by Japan, this is still unconfirmed by the British, but fighting south of lpoh is admitted. .Ipoh is an important, tin-mining centre. .Otlier .advances in, the gaining of strategic air and naval bases encirc link Singapore are the .widespread attacks on the Netherlands East Indies, -the landings of a cotisider able force of paratroops on the. is .la...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

SOUTHWARD BOUND? TRAVEL BY Guinea Airways Ltd. COAST - TO - COAST, IN ONE DAY Special, reduced fares for' .all Services 'Phone: Darwin 240 for bookings and all particulars /dMnrsr Afk a . AN CAAPSTAN THEYRE BLENDED BETTER -That's why they are the Empire's favourite cigarettes 0O22M49.4( IT PAYS TO FLY BY. ..Guinea Airways Ltd. Arrive the same day io Hours to Adelaide Iz2 Hours to Melbourne -Arrives, next morning in Sydney and. Tasmania

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STOP PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

STOP PRESS. Enemy aircraft yesterday raided an aerodrome on Singapore island. No damage was caused. New York and Manila messages state that Japanese forces are now less than 30 miles from the city and advancing steadily. Tokio radio is ap pealing to Philippine forces to sur render "to save loss of civilian life." New Zealand reports that Ocean Is land (below equator between Naru and Gilbert islands), was bombed on Monday. Now confirmed that the Japanese have been active in Gulf of Alaska, raiding U.S. air base. Russians report capture of Kerch on Sea of Azov-big victory gives them control of peninsular. 'Allied forces in Australia ar6 to receive same privileges as our own fighting services, Mr, Forde announe ced last night.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

BOMBS being loaded into racks of an R.A.F. Stirling, Britain's heaviest bomber. The bombs are hauled into position in triple racks, which extend for nearly the length of the plane, , i.. t carries a huge bomb load.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

Iss AU S;T RA2Lg'S DEST " I f n. SCO.....EY PTY . - H. JONES& Co. (SYDNEY) PTY. LTD.~. FTHEY KEEP YOU '-fI-T -, - ANO KE EP #Y. I The'whole grairi of rich, sun-ripened• wheat,.. transformed, tercreful selection, idito 'perh fod,.. d licio fsor nreakfastI ';oloi . eakor, supper. Arnott'sl , c housl, hrddd Wheatf ,meal B itea ri min precious vitamindrI pioteins2 and: v~4 easily :dgeted; ... Try them with butte~r heese, .nam or ne?" . .FAMOUS S ALWYS A k YOUR GROCER FOR AMRNO S i'' ILLIAAkNOTT PTY. LIMITED. OMEB".

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

OCEAN OILFIELDS of the Brunci Petroleum Co., 40 miles north of Miri, Sarawak (Borneo), with derricks built on a concrete pier. The shafts are sunk into the ocean bed 'to depths between 4000ft. and 10,000ft. These-oilfields. were destroyed by British troops to prevent them falling into the hands of the Japanese.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SPORTING FLASHES FROM EVERYWHERE SYDNEY'S 1942 RACE DATES CUT BY HALF No More Mid-Week Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

SPOBn-M EVYASHERE FROM EVERYWHERE SYDNEY'S 1942 RACE DATES CUT BY HALF -No More Mid-Week Meetings. SYDNEY, Wednesday.-The number of horse-racing days fori Sydney metropolitan courses for 1942 have been cut in half. There will be a total of 56 meetings allowed, So of these to be run on Saturdays, and the remainder on public holidays. There will be no further mid-week race meetings as from January .i. Representatives of the A.J.C.- and otlheri Sydney racing clubs are en deavoring to arrange an equitable adjustment of racing days, follow ing the Federal Government's ban on mid-week racing. As the result of a conference on Monday a report was sent to the Premier (Mr. McKell), advising himn of the points discussed. The main subject for consideration was how best to compensate the Ascot, Kensington, Rosebery and Victoria Park Racing Clubs for the loss of 44 Wednesday meetings. These clubs had been allotted,. otne Saturday each for 1941. Mr. McKell will have placed before him a suggestion ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Darwin to Adelaide via Brisbane by Bike [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

iaiBnibane hy. Bike ,ADELAIDE, Wednesdlay.-Tele grams recceivel- n Aclelaidle. from Katherine . state. that :Ron -Kornecr started to cycle from Darwin to Adelaide, uvia 1risbanc. .He dexpects to arrive in Brisbane about:ihe middle of Janittry. -Korner, who has been.on the road four, days,.arrived at Katherine, 207 miles from Darwin, on Saturday.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

PRETTY' LINDA DARNELL of 20th" Century Fox, wants to go down to the sea,, and so, waves a smiling invita* tion' for any willing young man to join her. . Even on the waterfront, Linda looks very inviting, For playing in the rigging, she certainly chooses at tractive clothes.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RAILWAY PROPERTY DESTROYED BY FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

RAILWY A PIOPERTY DESTROED '-BY FIRE Adelaide, Tucs.day.--A fierce fire yesterday (destroyed a , two storey wood and iron .building at Dry Creek, the -damage :being. estimated at over £1,500. The building, owned by' the Railwva.y Departtiient, con tained 17 or ''8 totis of wool. ·u nu • g It • m i t uun mnI THE SURF BOARD Is not a mere decoration in the case of 20th Cen itury Fox star,. Brenda 'Joyce, who 'thinks nothing of standing on her head While riding a wave, An all-season :swimmer, Brenda claims that there is no' better "relaxation" than shooting the. breakers.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Army News Crossword No. 20 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

SArmy News Crossword No. 20 ACROSS 1 Female hog.' 4 Entrance. 8 Pronged table utensil. 12 Epoch. 13 Unsorted wheaten meal (pl.). .r ::. : 14 Irelandl. . : 15 Accepts. 17 Insulate. 19 Hlebrew letter. 20 Number. 21 Insect. 22 River in Scotland. 23 Measure of weight. 24. Celestial body. 25 Stock. 20 Suflix to form the colmparative degree. 27 German title. 28 S\varthy. 20 Prlnncrty. 31 Incline to one side. 34 Consumed. 35 Rests. 36 Mother. 37 Peel. 39 Fibre of the American aloe. 40 Skilful. 41 Emmet. 42 Path. 43 Native compound. 44 Symbol for nickel. 45 Flowerless rleant. 46 Whither. 48 Sound 50 Coarse .rigid: 52 Bow. 53 Minute crystals of ice, 54 Goddess of discor-d. 55 Part of "to be." DOWN 1 Place 2Publlic speakers, 3 Arouse from Slee ~. Ifarwm sOLu iýITO, No, 20v PUZZLE WILL APP'Rl ,NEXT SUNDAY. fluid. 5 By. 6 Maker of men's clothes. 7 City in Prussia. 8 Charge, 9 Correlltive, of .either. 10 Mature. 11 Genioulate. 16 Half an em. 18 French article. 21 .Prior. 22 A down. 23 Artificial...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE SUCCESSFUL IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

INDUS TRIAL CONFERENCE S..:SUCCESSFUL IN CANBERRA CANBERRA, FRIDAY:-The Industrial Conference opened in Canberra last week-end, by the Prime Minister, has come to a' suc cessful conclusion. The Government considers that the result of the. onference is ;a big step forward in the direction of industrial :peace. 'When opening the conference, -Mr. Curtin said:.'!Nothing must stand in the way of transferring Australia from a peace:loving country "to a country facing the full perils of war. ,We task you with all the strength at our command to help ..uswin for the nation the battle of production." A new advisory industrial authority -the Commonwealth Industrial Re lations Council-was set up to assist the Federal Government in industrial problems.and help to maintain and expand war 'production. Various Federal Ministers will act as. chairman in anyy particular dis cussion. The 'Minister wvill be the one responsible for the subjectt, under discussioid. The: Queensland Government . ::released...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

PORTABLE METAL AERODROME being used by twin-engined bombers during recent American Army manoeuvres, in North Carolina. Known as the "Marston strip," the landing field is composed of metal -mesh sections joined by a special device. The strips can be laid on sand or newly-levelled ground. The field can be used by the heaviest bombers. n m nn nn I m i I • i miiin ' n|i

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
HEAT WAVES IN SOUTHERN STATES Melbourne's Record [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 1 January 1942

HEA T WA VE WIN SOUTHERN STATES Melbourne's Record -Adelaide, Melbourne and Syd ney are. sizzling under. a severe heat wave which has lasted since Christmas Day. ,Melbourne experienced its hottest Christmas. season for 21 years. On Christmas .Day the maximum tem perature was over 104 degrees. The following day it reached io5.6 deg., and stayedlover the century mark fdr eight hours. In Adelaide on Christmas Day the maximum rose to o108.2 deg., and stayed over the hundred for eleven hours-tlhat's heat. :On'the Friday it rose to io6.i deg., and remained over the three flgure mark for nine consecutive hours; ;. From Sydney no, actual tempera, ture figures were ' received6l but bushifires around Newport and other parts-close, to the :Metropolitan' area were reported. The cause of their starting was the extreme heat.' To avoid giving tihe enemy useful inforniation, 'it ig ndt permissible to give weather details, but tempera tures can be mrnide known the day after they are recorded. '

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