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  4. FLEET NOW OUTSIDE TOKIO BAY

    Admiral Halsey's flagship, the U.S. battleship Missouri, led the great Allied fleet into Sagami Bay (35 miles south of Tokio) at 11.35 am (Eastern Australian time) today. The first landings will be made tomorrow. ...

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    UPPER: Purl of the largest concentration of C-54 transport planes ever assembled is seen on Kadena airstrip, Okinawa. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Emperor to O.K. Entry Into Tokio

    NEW YORK, August. 26 (AAP): The Allies triumphal entry into Tokio may be delayed for ...

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  7. HISTORIC FLAG

    SAN FRANCISCO, August 26: ; The American flag flown by Commodore Perry when he entered Tokio Bay in 1853 and ...

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  8. News Flow From 300 Reporters

    GUAM, August 26: Nearly 300 Allied correspondents arc gathered on board warships and transports off the coast of Japan ready to ...

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  9. JAP WOMEN URGED TO WIDEN OUTLOOK

    NEW YORK, August 26 (AAP): A woman commentator on Tokio radio advised Japanese women to liquidate the narrowness of ...

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  10. No Soviet Aid tolled Chinese

    NEW YORK, August 26 (AAP): The Sino-Russian Treaty implies that Chinese Communists ...

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  11. Approach to Court on Trams Likely Today

    It was learned unofficially, but from a reliable source today that a move to the Industrial Court was likely this afternoon, in the hope of settling the tram dispute. The union notified the ...

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  12. ON OTHER PAGES TODAY

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  13. Heart Attack kills "Ching Chang" Lee

    PORTLAND (MAINE), August 26: ViceAdmiral Willis A. Lee, Kentucky-born naval tactician and hero of Guadalcanal in 1942, has died as a result of a heart attack while engaged on a ...

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  14. UK BOMBER AIR CHIEF RETIRING

    LONDON, August 26 (AAP): The Air Ministry announces that Air Chief Marshal Horris, Air Officer ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Jap Govt. And Finance Disclosure

    NEW YORK, August 26 (AAP): The Japanese newspaper "Mainichi Shimbun" has urged ...

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  16. LORD WAVELL IN LONDON

    LONDON, August 26 (AAP): The Viceroy of India (Lord Wavell) arrived by air for consultations on India's problems. ...

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  17. Nazi War Secrets Would Have Helped Beat Japs

    LONDON, August 26 (AAP): Many of Germany's inner war secrets were being adapted for use against Japan when the Japanese surrendered. They Included plans for missiles ...

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  18. 22 States Alter Air Convention

    LONDON, August 26 (AAP): Twenty-two member States, including Australia and New Zealand, attended the International ...

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  19. TRIAL OF FRENCH COMMENTATOR

    LONDON, August 26: It is announced that the trial of the French radio commentator, Jean Pnquis, will be heard on September ...

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  21. Nurse's Case One For Cwlth.

    The State Cabinet today considered a request from the Maryborough Hospitals Board that it should intervene in the case of ...

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  22. Wireless.'Phone Service to Re-open

    LONDON, August 26 (AAP) : British - Australian wireless telephone communication is about to be reopened for official calls and ...

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    MEMBERS of the Tramway Union's strike committee, who met in a tram car at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. STOP PRESS

    ITALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER (Gasperi) has revealed that Italy is seeking Russia's good offices in setting the frontier dispute with Yugoslavia. Italy is ready to negotiate with Yugoslavia on the [?] of international unity. ...

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  25. Mobilised for "Battle for Coal"

    LILLE, August 26 (AAP): The French High Command has mobilised more than 20,000 troops in the Lille mining region for ...

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  26. TYPHOID RISES IN BERLIN

    BERLIN, August 26 (AAP): The American military authorities report a sharp increase in typhoid and paratyphoid and have ordered ...

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