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  4. British reinforce' Palestine by sea and air 48-HOUR "CEASE FIRE" OPERATING IN JERUSALEM

    A 48—HOUR "cease fire" is operating between Jews and Arabs in and around Jerusalem, but the British are still reinforcing Palestine by sea and air. The Admiralty announces that the cruiser ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 560 words
  5. Haifa, vital oil port of Palestine

    THE BUSY PORT OF HAIFA, in Palestine, where the British troops have been disembarked. Huge oil storage tanks line the waterfront. To Haifa comes oil by pipe-line from Irac. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. 3 PROMISES KEPT IN DESERT

    This is the story of a prayer, a rose petal and a photograph, and of three promises the Rev Father O. ...

    Article : 241 words
  7. Heavy fog blanket closes Essendon drome

    ESSENDON aerodrome was closed to all operations at 8.30 last night, when a thick fog reduced visibility to about 100 yards. Low cloud had caused the ...

    Article : 144 words
  8. Canberra deluge and floods

    CANBERRA, Mon: Rain on the Murrumbidgee watershed has been so heavy in the last 24 hours that flood warnings ...

    Article : 134 words
  9. PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

    Mr Charles Edmund Moorhouse, senior lecturer-in-charge of Electrical Engineering in the University of Melbourne, waa yesterday ...

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  10. PARCEL BY POST KILLS MAN; PALESTINE ECHO

    Rex Farran, 26-year-old brother of Captain Roy Farran, who was acquitted by a Palestine court-martial last October on a charge of ...

    Article : 138 words
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  12. Special action to detect "pirate" radio

    Melbourne's Sunday night "pirate" anti-Communist broadcasting station is believed by PMG technicians to have been operated from a travelling ...

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  13. BIG PURCHASE OF STORES FROM MANUS ISLAND

    CANBERRA, Mon: Australia has purchased surplus American stores and equipment at Manus Island and other wartime island depots for a ...

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  14. Australia hopes to "buy" dollars from UK

    CANBERRA, Mon: Britain has made it clear that she will find it hard to provide future dollars for the Dominions, but Australia is ...

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  15. "NO NEED NOW FOR RATIONING OF CLOTHING"

    The belief that clothes rationing had outlived its usefulness was expressed yesterday at the annual meeting in Melbourne of the Master Drapers and ...

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  16. SOCIAL SERVICE TOO COSTLY, SAYS PREMIER

    Commonwealth social services caused costs to rise so high that those who benefited from them were really worse off than they were ...

    Article : 124 words
  17. HEDGE FIRE-BUG AT FRANKSTON

    Another hedge fire—the 17th in Melbourne since March 21 and the second in daylight—broke out during a shower of rain at the home of Mr ...

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  18. FIREWOOD SUPPLY ASSURED

    Ample firewood should be available for all homes this winter. The Railways Commissioners have increased supplies of trucks to ...

    Article : 58 words
  19. Three "cold wars" with Communism

    The world was in the midst of three "cold wars" with Communism, Sir Herbert Gepp said at the annual meeting of the ...

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  20. MILDURA "FISHES" FOR MEAT

    Hundreds of housewives in Mildura are catching fish in the Murray as a substitute for fresh meat, which has not been available in the town since ...

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