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    BUILDING GIANT AIRCRAFT.--Some idea of the size of the Tudor H. aircraft, to be built at the Beaufort Division, Department of Aircraft Production, can be obtained from this full-scale "Mock-up" at Fisherman's Bend. (Lower) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. SOVIET DELEGATE SAYS "NO"

    Asked to-day whether he proposed to attend the meeting of the Security Council, the Soviet representative, M. Gromsky said: "No!" He declined to elaborate his statement. Persia has forwarded a reply to the Council in response to ...

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  7. MEAT OUTLOOK MORE HOPEFUL

    Unless an unexpected hitch occurs, fresh meat should be available to housewives next week as the result of two important developments in the meat dispute yesterday. The ...

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  8. TROUBLE IN INDIA

    Members of the British Cabinet Mission conferred with the President of Congress (Mr. Azad) during this morning. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. MATTER OF TIMING

    "The Age" Special Correspondent in New York. The announcement from Teheran that Soviet ...

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  10. "SLANDERED RUSSIA"

    "Mr. Maloney did not learn anything of our country and as we see he has not abandoned his old habit of slandering Russia." ...

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  11. BLACK-OUT THREAT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.-- Another light and power hold-up threatens Sydney as a result of Further trouble at Bimnerong ...

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  12. "BUSH BRIDES" ON CARRIER

    One hundred and thirty wives of Australian servicemen will make history when they sail by the aircraft carrier ...

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  13. HARD TASK FACES FOOD CONFERENCE

    In Europe the inevitable question is how to prevent hunger from becoming starvation, how to avoid famine, leading to disease, and how to prevent disease leading to death and disorder. ...

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  14. MATRON IN CHIEF FOR LONDON

    The name of the Matron in Chief, A.A.N.S. (Col. A. M. Sage), was one of the surprise army selections yesterday for the London Victory March. South Australians marched ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. RIBBENTROP AS ESSAYIST

    The War Crimes Tribunal sat in secret to-day to consider the admissibility of a vast collection of documents submitted on behalf ...

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  17. EARLY WAR MYSTERY

    The mystery of the disappearance of the British submarine Seal, which on May 12, 1940, was reported overdue and presumed ...

    Article : 130 words
  18. TWO KILLERS AT LARGE

    Two killers broke out of the "death row" of the district Columbia gaol after seizing the guns and uniforms of two police ...

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  19. U.S. DEFERENCE TO PERON

    Diplomatic quarters view the United Stales' decision to fill the vacant post of Ambassador to the Argentine as indicating a desire ...

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  20. GERMAN FAILURE IN NORMANDY

    British Intelligence has found a letter to Hitler dated August 8 1944, from Field-Marshal von Kluge, Commander of the Army ...

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  21. WOOL TRADE IS DISAPPOINTED

    The British wool textile industry is disappointed by the new order replacing war-time wool control with an elaborate system ...

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  22. TO MEET HER FIANCEE HERE

    Slight, grey-haired, Miss Bear trice Cranmore, from Wrytall, near Birmingham, took off from Poole before dawn for Australia. ...

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  23. Ruthless Tactics of Government

    Amid scenes of Labor enthusiasm the Trade Disputes Bill, which repeals the 1927 act, introduced after the general strike in 1926, was passed in the House of Commons ...

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  24. EXHIBITION IS POPULAR

    A total of 2710 people visited the "Meet Australia" exhibition after the official opening yesterday. ...

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  25. TIDAL WAVE HAVOC OVER WIDE AREA

    The tidal wave which has swept across the Pacific has left a trail of death and destruction in its path. NEW YORK, April 3 (A.A.P.) The Hawaiian Red Cross ...

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  27. MAURETANIA NOT YET FOR DOCK

    The Cunard White Star liner Mauretania is unlikely to follow the liner Queen Elizabeth into the builders' dock for conversion ...

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