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  4. BACK TO ITALY

    Italian prisoners of war in their burgundy colored uniforms about to embark on the Alcantara in Sydney. They are ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. SMITHFIELD DISGORGES TONS

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.): At midnight, the Christmas Eve picture from Britain to Bethlehem was:— ENGLAND: The last trains were leaving Paddington, the busiest of London's main stations, with batches of holiday crowds. ...

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  6. CROWDS JAM WAGGA STREETS ON CHRISTMAS EVE

    With the temperature at 100 degrees, thousands of Wagga and'district residents crowded into town to make final Christmas purchases yesterday. The main streets could not accommodate the cars to ...

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  7. King's Christmas Broadcast

    The King's Christmas message to the Empire will be heard in the eastern States of Australia at 8 a.m. ...

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  8. U.S. Grand Jury Says Hotel Was "Fire Trap"

    ATLANTA (Georgia), Tuesday: The proprietors of the Winecoff Hotel, where 121 persons died in a fire on ...

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  9. TROOPS IN JAPAN "HAVE GROUNDS FOR COMPLAINTS"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday: The Minister for the Army (Mr. Chambers), at present touring British occupation areas in Japan, is ...

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  10. Mr. Chifley in Christmas Message Urges Better Industrial Understanding

    CANBERRA, Tuesday: Failure to employ arbitration could end only in harm to those who ignored it, and. more importantly, inflict grievous setbacks upon the nation, said the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) to-day, ...

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  11. WAGGA BUTCHERS' SHOP CLOSURE DECLARED OFF

    Wagga butchers would not close their shops on January 6, the chairman of the Wagga Master Batchers' Association ...

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  12. ALBANIA DENIES RESPONSIBILITY FOB MININGS

    BELGRADE. Tuesday: The Albanian reply to the British Note concerning the mining of the Corfu channel is understood to ...

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  13. Egyptians Attack British Statement on Sudan's Future

    CAIRO Tuesday: The Wafdist Opposition leader, Sabri Abou Alain Pasha, demanded in the Senate to-day that the ...

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  14. Branded In Belsen

    Prisoner of Nazis for 18 months in Auschwitz and Belsen prison camps, Madam Janine Ferber, from Poland, shows the branded ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Pope to Assist Earthquake Victims

    LONDON, Tuesday: According to the Vatican radio, the Pope has arranged for funds to be made available for relief to casualties and ...

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  16. Record Food Prices in United States

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday: A Labor Satistics Bureau report, based on a survey of 56 large cities, shows that retail food ...

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  17. No Appeal Yet from Stewart Dawson

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: David Stewart Dawson, who was yesterday sentenced to 10 years' gaol for malicious wounding with ...

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  18. "Tension Great, Says Pope In Xmas Message

    ROME, Tuesday: "All over Europe, people are in a state of constant anxiety that the flames of a new conflict may burst forth ...

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  20. TRAM STRIKE IN HOBART

    HOBART, Tuesday: No trams will be running in Hobart over Christmas, and there appears to be little prospect of a settlement for the ...

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  21. Parkes Radio Station Destroyed

    PARKES, Tuesday: A fire destroyed the radio station 2PK last night. The outbreak is believed to have bees started by electrical ...

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  23. Man Charged With Serious Offence

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: Gerald Clarke, 41, was remanded on £300 ball at Newcastle Court to-day on charges of assault with intent to ...

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  24. Frenchman to be Guillotined

    PARIS, Tuesday: Alain de Bernadi de Segoyer was to-day found guilty of murdering his wife and was sentenced to death ...

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  25. Novelist May Visit Australia

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: The famous novelist, Compton Mackenzie, will probably come to Australia for A.B.C. broadcasts. it was announced ...

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  26. Nine Butchers Charged With Black-Marketing

    SYDNEY, Monday: Nine wholesale butchers have received Christmas presents in the form of summonses, for allegedly ...

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  27. REDUCE DARWIN GARRISON TO 180

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday: The army garrison at Darwin is to be reduced to 180 at the middle of January. This follows the decision to ...

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  28. AMERICA CONCERNED OVER RUSSIAN DEMAND THAT WARSHIP LEAVE DAIREN

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday: The United States is seeking full details from Russia of the incident in which an American warship was ordered to leave Dairen, Manchuria, within 20 minutes. The warship was on a routine. ...

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  29. Butcher Fined £40

    SYDNEY, Monday: In a Special' Federal Court to-day Norman Carl Svendeaen, of Cameray, was fined £40 on pleading guilty to having ...

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  30. Daring Bandits Rob Train in Berlin

    BERLIN. Tuesday: Armed bandits in daylight held up a suburban train on which British troops were reported to be ...

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  31. Navy Deserters Escape From Train

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: Two naval deserters escaped from the Melbourne Express between Melbourne and Albury last night. ...

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