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  3. Jap whaling expedition AUSTRALIAN ANGER STRESSED TO U.S. New protest backed by Britain, NZ

    CANBERRA, Mon: Strong and urgent protests have been made by Australia and Britain in the last 24 hours to Washington against General Mac Arthur's announcement that a second ...

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    WOOLEY AND NIL, tiger cubs born at the Zoo on April 20, "received" the Press yesterday. They are being reared ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. German children suggested migrants

    German children and illegitimate children of German soldiers in Norway have been suggested as ...

    Article : 209 words
  6. We're ALL in trouble today Authority Rebukes—

    Nearly every section of the public yesterday came in for official rebuke or admonishment from Ministers and ...

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  7. Crew battle with dog in mid-air

    There was commotion aboard the "Flying Kennel" — a specially chartered Halifax, carrying 67 dogs from Sydney to ...

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  8. 18,000 pairs of corsets to be sold

    The Disposals Commission is going to offer 18,000 American-made corsets for sale in Victoria. ...

    Article : 85 words
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  10. Butchers want Saturday off

    Butchers' shops may soon be closed for business on Saturdays if a proposed move by the Meat Industry Employees' ...

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  11. Search for Huia may begin today

    Further attempts to make radio contact with the overdue vessel Huia have failed. If contact is not made today, steps will be taken to search ...

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  12. Wimbledon opens

    G. Brown and D. Pails (Aust) had easy wins in the first round of the All-England lawn tennis championships, which ...

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  13. BUT ANOTHER MINISTER SAYS: Good reason for Jap expedition

    In confirming a recent announcement that action has been taken by the Federal Government to obtain the ...

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  14. Plane jettisons BCOF mails

    Eighteen bags of mail for Australia and New Zealand from British occupation troops in Japan were jettisoned on Wednesday when an ...

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  15. Bride liked US, but glad to be home

    SYDNEY, Mon: After one year in America, where she went as the bride of a US serviceman, Mrs June Minner, formerly of Newcastle, returned ...

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  16. Firm will give Monty his flooring

    HOBART, Mon: A Launceston firm of timber merchants, will give Field[?] Marshal Lord Montgomery the timber he needs for the flooring of the ...

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  17. 94-yr-old man hit by motor-truck

    George Buckeridge, aged 94, of Northcote rd, Armadale, suffered severe head injuries and fractured ribs last night when he was struck ...

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