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  4. MAKIN TO REPRESENT AUSTRALIA AT THE UNO LONDON CONFERENCE

    CANBERRA, January 9.—Following cabled reports from London declaring that dissatisfaction existed at the absence of an Australian Minister at the first meeting of the U.N.O. general assembly commencing to-morrow, the Prime Minister (Mr. J. Chifley), after consultation ...

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  5. INDIAN ARMY REPRESENTATIVE

    Major-General W. J. Cawthorn, CIE. CBE, of the 16th Punjab Regiment, Indian Army, photographed in his office at Victoria ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. GERMAN POW WORK FOR POOR

    TREE FEELING—German prisoners of war putting in some good work on a Church Army farm in Essex, cutting down trees and sawling them into logs. The logs are transported to London to be distributed by the Church Army to London's poor, to enable them to keep warm during the winter. The picture shows German prisoners of war at work ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ARRESTS IN CHILD MURDER

    NEW YORK, Jan. 8.—The A.P. Chicago correspondent says that the police announced that a 65-year-old janitor and his wife ...

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  8. Nazi War Criminals Warned To Behave

    LONDON, January 8.—A Nuremberg message states that a deluge of Nazi fan mail, varying in expression from bitter denunciation to blind adoration, is pouring in through Nuremberg courthouse, mostly for Gocring. One woman writer suggested that Goering, from his personal funds, compensate her for a loss of jewels, furs and other property. ...

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  9. PEACE PROSPECTS BRIGHT IN CHINA

    NEW YORK, January 8.—The Chungking correspondent of the Times says prospects of peace in China took ...

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  10. REDUCING HOUSE OF PEERS

    NEW YORK, Jan. 9.—The Tokio correspondent of the Times says that the Shidehara Cabinet decided that despite the ...

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  11. Truman Doubt On 'Red' Bomb

    LONDON, January 8. — Referring to President Truman's Press conference statement that he had no reason to believe that Russia possessed an atomic bomb, Dr. Armattoe said that a statement wai never true politically, unless it ...

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  12. FEW BRITONS WILL WANT TO EMIGRATE

    NEW YORK, January 8.—The Toronto correspondent of the Canadian Press says that the Lord President of the Council (Mr. ...

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  13. HOUSING PLANS NOT AFFECTED

    BRISBANE, Jan. 9.—The Housing Commissioner (Mr. W. Young) said to-night that the State Advance, Corporation which carries ...

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  15. U.S. TROOPS NEEDED OVERSEAS

    WASHINGTON, January 8.—The American Press representative says that President Truman, discussing demobilisation ...

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  16. Death of Methodist Chaplain-General

    The Rev. T. C. Rentoul, Methodist Chaplain - General, who died at Heidelberg Military Hospital after a short illness ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. RUMANIAN GOV'T RE-ORGANISED

    LONDON, Jan. 8.—Moscow radio says that the commission appointed by the Moscow conference completed its work in Rumania. The ...

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  18. Aircraft Plants Destroyed

    [?] January 8.—The U.S. [?] Government ordered [?] of 28 German air[?] in Bavaria, including ...

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  19. REINFORCEMENTS TO RELIEVE FIRST ARMY

    CANBERRA, January 9.—Arrangements are in hand to despatch up to 1200 low priority reinforcements as the first instalment to the First Army area in New Guinea and the Solomons, said the Army Minister (Mr. Forde) to-day. Further reinforcements would follow. ...

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  20. Japs Grin When Accused Brutal Beatings Of Diggers

    AMBON, January 8.—Japs on trial before the war crimes court smiled broadly when identified as being present at the beating of Australians in November, 1942. About a Jozen craned their necks to see, grinned and nudged one another as witnesses pointed out men among their own ranks. ...

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