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  4. PREMIERS WARNED BY P.M.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.--A warning that Australia must not delude itself that it could escape the effect of any economic difficulties that occurred in Britain or the United ...

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  5. RATIONING OF GAS AGAIN

    Gas rationing is expected in Melbourne from to-morrow night. It will last as long as the shipping hold-ups caused by the disputes with tugboatmen in Melbourne and tally clerks ...

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  6. Britain Builds World's Largest Flying Boat

    A MAJOR PART in Britain's bid to capture the air lanes of the post-war world will be played by the giant Short-Saro Shetland, the largest flying boat ever to be built in Britain. Here workmen are installing engines on the prototype at Rochester. The picture gives a vivid impression of the immense wingspan of the flying boat, which will carry 70 passengers and a crew of 11 for 4000 miles at a speed of 267 m.p.h.--Air mail. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Mr. Attlee May Resign as Prime Minister

    Important changes in the British Cabinet are expected, chief among which is the possible resignation of the Prime Minister ...

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  8. VETO USED AGAIN

    The Soviet Union used the veto twice to kill two resolutions before the Security Council on the Balkans dispute--one sponsored ...

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  9. DOG HELPS SEARCH

    Officials state that 101 bodies have been found, and 89 brought to the surface at Whitehaven colliery, following the recent ...

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  10. PRINCESS IS 17 TO-DAY

    Princess Margaret, who will be 17 to-morrow, will spend the day quietly with the King and Queen and ...

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  11. Even Japanese Royalty Feeling Pinch

    Fifty princes and princesses of the Japanese Royal family will join the ranks of common people in September, as the ...

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  12. BRITISH DOLLAR TALKS

    Fresh instructions for the British dollar talks delegation in Washington will probably be carried by Lord Inverchapel, British Ambassador, who is flying back from leave in England, a month before schedule. ...

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  13. U.S. OFFER LAPSES

    The state department in Washington announced to-day that the United States considered its offer of "good offices" in Indonesia to ...

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  14. GOOD USE FOR HYDE PARK

    Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt disclosed to-day that she and her son, [?]tt had entered into partner-ship on a commercial basis to ...

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  15. Nazi Doctors to Die for Many Crimes

    The United States War Crimes Tribunal sentenced to death Karl Brandt Hitler's personal physician, who with 145 others, was ...

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  16. COMMUNAL RIOTS

    The first white victims of the communal rioting which began on August 16 are two young British Army subalterns, who ...

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  17. MORE FOOD FOR JAPANESE

    General MacArthur's head quarters to-day authorised the release of additional imported food, which, together with ...

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  19. CHINESE BID TO BLOCKADE PORT

    China to-day moved to prevent all foreign ships entering or leaving the Russian controlled port of Dairen with a view to ...

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  20. CAUSE OF FIRE ON STEAMER

    A Ministry of Transport inquiry found that the fire which caused abandonment of the freighter Samwater, with the loss of 20 ...

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  21. Terrible Scenes in Cadiz

    Rescue squads worked all night in the glare of floodlights to reach scores of people still believed trapped as the result of the terrific explosion in the port of Cadiz yesterday. ...

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    SEVENTEEN TO-DAY.--Taken 10 days' ago this photograph of Princess Margaret Rose, younger daughter of the King and Queen, shows that she is growing up. Princess Margaret celebrates her 17th birthday to-day.--Air mail. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. DIES WHILE SUIT IS PENDING

    Dorothy Burns, 31 years; died yesterday, nine months after filling a suit claiming 200,000 dol. from the Westinghouse Electric ...

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  24. Britain Having a Drought Now

    A day of hot sun and cloudless skies heralded the official drought--15 days without rain--in extensive areas of England. Most of the remainder of ...

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