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  2. U.S. House To Vote On Loan To-morrow

    WASHINGTON, July 11 (A.A.P.).—United States Govern ment leaders expect the vote on the proposed British loan will be ...

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  3. AUSTRALIA WANTS VETO REVISED

    NEW YORK, July 11 (A.A.P.).—A letter on behalf of the Australian Government has been sent to UNO asking that the use of veto powers in Security ...

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  4. RED CROSS SHIPS SUPPLIES TO CHINA

    TOP: Bales ot blankets being loaded on hoard the liner Nellore at Pyrmont for shipment to the China Division of the Red Cross. LOWER: Miss J. Campbell, Red Cross driver, checking items of clothing packed on her lorry at the society's bulk store at Redfern ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. WATERSIDERS BAN COMMUNISTS

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—Two Communist officials from outside unions were barred from a mass meeting in Brisbane Stadium to-day at which Queensland watersiders decided to return to work. ...

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  6. OVERWHELMED BY STORM

    BELGRADE, July 11 (A.A.P.). £"I wanted' much and I started much, but the world storm overwhelmed me and my work, and ...

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  7. Sharp Zionist Criticism Of Sir Isaac Isaacs

    Former Governor-General of Australia, Sir Isaac Isaacs, was bitterly attacked by speakers at a mass meeting ot Jews last night. ...

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  8. Fortresses May Become Haven For Birds

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— The former enemy island fortresses of Heligoland and Pantellaria should be turned into international ...

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  9. BRITAIN PUT ON HONOUR

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— No reference to the Sudan or to the withdrawal of British troops from Egypt is made in the draft of a ...

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  10. LOSING TRADE OPPORTUNITY

    LONDON, July 11—The Australian wine, trade will fail to take advantage of the post-war opportunity to "grab a share" of the ...

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  11. ANTI-COMMUNISTS JUBILANT

    Men in the Sydney trade-union movement opposed to Communism were jubilant yesterday at the defeat of the Communists in the ...

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  12. ARRESTS IN PALESTINE

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.). — Results of the arrests by the Pales tine Government on Saturday June 29 justified such action, said ...

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  13. LABOUR SPLIT THREATENED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, will fly to Melbourne to-morrow in order, it is believed, to intervene ...

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  14. REFERENDUM IN POLAND

    MOSCOW, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Moscow Radio, quoting semiofficial sources in Warsaw, gives, for the first time, the total result ...

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  15. GIRL CHARGED BY POLICE

    A 19-year-old girl was charged with abduction, and other offences, at Regent Street police station, city, last night. ...

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  16. INCITING NEW VETO

    WASHINGTON, July 11 (—.A.P.).—The Senate yesterday amended the compromise pricecontrol bill to prevent restoration ...

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  17. BUTTER EXPORTS TO BRITAIN

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—At least 65,000 tons of butter are expected to be available for shipment to the United Kingdom this ...

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  18. Brisk Chicken Air Trade With Singapore

    A standing order to fly 1,000 chickens to Singapore on every available airliner was lodged with Qantas Empire Airways yesterday. ...

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  19. SWORD OF HONOUR FOR MOUNTBATTEN

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).—Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten yesterday received a sword of honour and the freedom of the City of London. ...

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  20. NO PARALYSIS CASES

    No cases of infantile paralysis were reported at the Health Department on Wednesday and yesterday. ...

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  21. £40 TO LAND ON AIRFIELD

    LONDON, July 11.—When the new giant Brabazon airliner is fling, its operators will be charged £39/7/6 every time it ...

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  22. Last Official Bride Ship Sails

    Although no Australian waterfront labour was available because of a dispute about another ship, the liner Mariposa, the last ...

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  23. Carinya Bambina Tests A.N.A. Staff

    BRISBANE, Thursday. — Late to-night an Archerfield airport official solemnly sat down and milked a prize goat in his company's hangar. The goat, Carinya Bambina ...

    Article : 192 words
  24. NEW FLAG FOR CANADA

    OTTAWA, July 11 (A.A.P.).—A Red Ensign with a golden maple leaf on the fly has been selected as Canada's national flag. ...

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