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  2. HUGE ARMS DUMP FOUND IN PALESTINE

    TOP: British troops sorting some of the hundreds of Service weapons found at Meshek Yagur, a Jewish settlement near Haifa. The store, which was underground in a concrete-lined cellar, had an overhead trolley for carrying supplies in and out. LOWER: ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. PARIS CONFERENCE CONCLUDES

    PARIS, July 14.—The Foreign Ministers' Conference ended on Friday night after four weeks of argument, criticism, bargaining and political manoeuvring. ...

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  4. LOAN TO BRITAIN APPROVED

    By 219 votes to 155 the United States House of Representatives on Saturday afternoon passed the British Loan Bill. The Bill was approved by the Senate in ...

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  5. COALFIELD LAW

    Commonwealth law officers will attend a conference with the Minister for Supply, Senator Ashley, at Canberra this ...

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  6. JAPANESE "BULLIED"

    NEW YORK, July 14 (A.A.P.). —The Commander of the U.S. Eighth Army in Japan, LieutenantGeneral Eichelberger, has ...

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  7. AIR SERVICES DISRUPTED

    NEW YORK, July 14 (A.A.P.). —By cancelling or amending flight schedules, American airlines which were using Lockheed Constellation ...

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  8. Two Bodies In River; Murder Likely

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—A double murder is suspected following the recovery of the bodies of two men from the Barwon River ...

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  9. PHILIPPINES FIGHTING

    NEW YORK, July 14 (A.A.P.). —Precipitated by the kidnapping of 20 Filipino women from a village near Tarlac, large-scale fighting has ...

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  10. Hitler's Yacht Now For Sale

    LONDON, July 14.—Hitler's 2,500-ton luxury yacht, The Grille, will be the subject of a question in the House of Commons this week, ...

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  11. EPIDEMICS IN EUROPE

    LONDON, July 14 (A.A.P.).— Four times as many are dying of tuberculosis in Europe as before the war, says a report issued by ...

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  12. British Bread Ration May Be Reduced

    LONDON, July 14 (A.A.P.).— Britain's bread ration might be reduced unless all proposed wheat deliveries were made on time, said ...

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  13. Beecham Tilts At American Music And Films

    NEW YORK, July 14.—"Its form of 'popular' entertainment, which is the last word in triviality and morbidity, has made America far and away the most crime-ridden nation," says Sir Thomas Beecham, the ...

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  14. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

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  15. HELPFUL EFFECT IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, July 14—The British public has been told repeatedly in past weeks that if the loan was wanted it would not mean ...

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  16. DELEGATES TO PEACE CONFERENCE

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—The secretary of the Department of External Affairs," Mr. W. E. Dunk, and the assistant secretary, Dr.J. Burton, ...

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