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  4. TRAGIC U.S. WEEK-END

    NEW YORK, June 2 (A.A.P.. — At least 450 violent deaths were reported throughout the United States ...

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  5. 147 Points Of Rain And What It Did

    Between 9 a.m. on Sunday and 3 p.m. yesterday, 147 points of rain were recorded at the Weather Bureau. ...

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  6. VITAL TALKS BEGIN IN INDIA

    LONDON, June 2.—The Viceroy of India, Lord Mountbatten, met India's leaders at New Delhi this morning to put before them Britain's latest plan for a ...

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  7. COLUMN[?] 8

    AS the incessant rain pelted the streets yesterday Sydney folded up. Tram-lines were awash. Gutters ...

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  8. LEADERS AT NEW DELHI CONFERENCE

    PANDIT NEHRU, Congress Leader LORD MOUNTBATTEN, "Viceroy of India ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Foreign Communist Army Said To Be Gathering To Join Rebels In Greece

    LANDON, June 2.—An international army composed chiefly of young Communists and adventurers is reported to be concentrating at the port of Split, on the Adriatic coast of Yugoslavia, to reinforce the Greek guerilla bands ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. ROCKET BAN OPPOSED

    The full executive of the Australasian Council of Trade [?] rejected a proposal to place a black ban ...

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  11. Dazed Man Tells Of Bashing And Theft Of £146

    A man told police last night that he had been hit on the head with a bottle and robbed of £146 in Lawson ...

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  12. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    INDIA PLAN.—The Viceroy of India, Lord Mountbatten, met India's leaders yesterday to put before them Britain's latest plan. ...

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  13. "WAR WOUNDS NOT HEALED"

    LONDON, June 2. (A.A.P.).— In a broadcast over Vatican Radio to-day the Pope declared that war wounds had not yet been healed, ...

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  14. English, In Heatwave, Storm Public Baths

    LONDON, June 2.—After a week-end of temperatures that make a heatwave for this part of the world, Londoners ...

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  15. BRITISH UNION LEADER DEAD

    LONDON, June 2 (A.A.P.).— Charles Jarman, the general secretary of the National Union of Seamen, died to-day, aged 54. ...

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