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  3. GAS RATIONING DECISION EXPECTED TODAY

    STATE CABINET TODAY WILL DISCUSS VICTORIA'S ACUTE COAL SHORTAGE AND DECIDE WHETHER GAS RATIONING IS TO BE INTRODUCED IMMEDIATELY. ...

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  4. MR BEVIN CONSULTS DOMINIONS

    Instead of having a preliminary informal meeting as at first intended, the British, Australian, and New Zealand ...

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    EJECTED on to the roadway yesterday from his home at North Williamstown after 12 years' tenancy, Mr M. J. Murray makes tea for his family. Tarpaulins protect furniture. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Sydney's Coal Stocks Are 'Alarmingly Low'

    SYDNEY, Tues: Warning was given by Cr Cramer, chairman of the Sydney County Council, today that electricity ...

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  7. INDONESIANS CLAIM JAPS RESPONSIBLE FOR JAVA MURDLRS

    A fierce clash betwee'n an Indonesian armed band, led by two Japanese, and Republican troops, claimed to be tracking ...

    Article : 89 words
  8. Rubber Control To End In Few Months

    RELAXATION of Commonwealth control over rubber tyres and other rubber goods is expected to take place within the next few months. It was learned that steps had ...

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  9. DISARMAMENT LEAD BY U S A URGED

    Senator Claude Pepper has announced that he intends to move in the Senate that USA be called on to lead the world ...

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  10. ANZAC CELEBRATION IN JAPAN

    Anzac Day will be celebrated in Japan with special parades and "get together" functions. Fifteen hundred Australian ...

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  11. Victory Contingent's Perth March

    PERTH, Tues: After a stormy crossing of the Great AustraHan Bight HMAS Shropshire, with the Australian Victory ...

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  13. MUSSOLINI'S BODY STOLEN FROM GRAVE

    A communique issued by the Milan Municipality states that "Mussolini's body was removed by unknown persons from the ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. ZHUKOV TO VISIT USA NEXT MONTH

    Marshal Zhukov, Russia's great war leader, will make his postponed visit to USA next month, says New York Post's ...

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  15. BRIGADIER SCHREIBER LEAVES ON SATURDAY

    CANBEKKA, Tues: Brigadier D. Schreiber and his wife. Viscountess Clive, will leave Melbourne for Britain on ...

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  16. PANAMA CANAL MAY BE LOWERED

    [?]omas [?]ompson, chief Panama Canal geologist, has begun recruiting geologists to make surveys for extensive alterations to the canal. ...

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  17. AUSTRALIA'S SHARE OF GERMAN SHIPS

    Australia will receive.19% and New Zealand.14% of Germany's merchant fleet under allocations to 15 Allied ...

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  18. GENERAL STOPFORD LEAVES JAVA

    Lieut-General Sir Montague Stop-ford, Allied Commander in the NEI, has left Batavia for Singapore, preparatory to taking up his new ...

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  19. £21 MILLION U S LOAN TO GREECE

    USA has granted Greece a loan of £2½ million, repayable in 50 years, states an official announcement from Athens. ...

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  20. Greeks Honour Australians

    CANBERRA, Tues: The city of Rhodes, in Greece—the city which, in the heyday of Greek power and culture, erected the great Colossus, one of the Seven Wonders of the World —has named one of its principal streets "Australia street," ...

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  21. Vast US Black Market Deal Alleged

    The biggest black market meat operator yet to come to light" was the description applied to Albert Merlis, who is held on bail on fraud ...

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  22. King Gives £100 To Surrey Cricket Club

    The King has given £100 to the Surrey Cricket Club's centenary fund, which aims at raising £100,000. The club's annual report says that ...

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