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  4. No Wholesale Black Market In Petrol Here, Says Minister

    Senator Ashley, Minister for Fuel and Shipping, told a Press conference recently that Australian petrol ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. AIRLINER CRASH LANDS; ENGINE AFIRE

    SYDNEY, Monday: The A.N.A. Douglas airliner, Kanana, crash-landed near Yass to-day with a huge tongue of flame streaming from its port engine. ...

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  6. Soviet Proposal For Meeting On German Question

    LONDON, Monday; The Foreign Ministers of Britain, France and the United States have begun talks on the latest Soviet note on Germany, calling for a renewal of four power talks. It is reliably learned that the western powers' view ...

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  7. Truman's Marshal Plan Plea

    WASHINGTON, Monday: President Truman today called for international collaboration and ...

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  8. War Crime Court Secrecy

    HONG KONG, Monday: The Australian War Crimes Court in Hong Kong has suddenly ...

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  9. Escaped Under Nose Of Guards

    AUCKLAND, Monday:-- When two prisoners escaped from Auckland prison on Thursday, they drove out the ...

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  10. Atom Bombs 'Like 79,000 Bombers'

    Gen. Carl Spaatz, former wartime commander of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Red Claim On The Atom Bomb

    LONDON, Monday: M. Manukisby (Ukraine) told the political committee of the United Nations General ...

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  12. POLICE PROBING SERIES OF MYSTERY FIRES

    BRISBANE, Monday; The CIB has been called in to investigate a series of fires on the Goondiwindi district which threaten to disrupt the wool industry. ...

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  13. FRENCH COAL STRIKE

    LONDON, Monday: All but one or two coal mines in France shut down today and about 213,000 ...

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  14. 12,000 MAORIS TO WELCOME THE ROYAL PARTY

    AUCKLAND, Monday: Twelve thousand Maoris expected to attend the reception to the King, Queen and Princess Margaret at ...

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  15. Nurses Sought as Witnesses

    LONDON, Monday: Two Australian nurses who reached Britain as alleged stowaways in a British ships are being sought ...

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  16. MATSONIA TO CARRY REFUGEES

    SAN FRANCISCO, Monday: The former Matson liner, Matsonia, which has been sold to the Panamanian Line, will carry ...

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  17. GERMAN ARMY CHIEFS MAY NOT GO TO TRIAL

    HAMBURG, Monday: There is a strong possibility that ill-health will prevent the projected trial on war crimes charges ...

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  18. N.Z. COMPOSER'S SYMPHONY PRAISED

    AUCKLAND, Monday: A symphonic work by the Auckland composer, Llewellyn Jones, which will be performed by the Sydney ...

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  19. SCOTLAND YARD PROBE INTO GOVERNMENT DEPT.

    LONDON, Monday: The Lord Chancellor has asked Scotland Yard to investigate a number of serious allegations against a ...

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  20. U.S. Air Chief Dismissed

    General George Kenney, Chief of the United States Air Force Strategic Air Command, has been relieved of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. INDIA WILL ASK BRADMAN TO BRING TEAM

    BOMBAY, Monday: The president of the Indian Cricket Board of Control, A. S. de Mello, said on his return from Britain ...

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  22. N.Z. TO TAKE 1000 DISPLACED PERSONS

    WELLINGTON, Monday: The New Zealand Government has decided to accept 1000 refugee displaced persons for the year ...

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  25. MIGRANTS ARRIVE ON MOOLTAN

    SYDNEY, Monday: The liner, Mooltan, which arrived in Sydney today, brought 241 assisted migrants for Queensland. ...

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  26. Publican to Preacher

    LONDON, Monday: Albert Yates has resigned as the landlord of the Crown Hotel at Stone, Staffordshire, to study to enter the ...

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  27. Demonstrations When British Recruiting Opens

    LONDON, Monday: The Minister for Defence, Mr. Alexander, opened the territorial recruiting campaign with a Mansion House speeeh amid showers of anti-war pamphlets ...

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  28. REBELLION IN PERU QUELLED

    LIMA (Peru), Monday: The Government suspended civil rights throughout the country yesterday following a rebellion by sailors at Callao, eight miles from Lima. Loyal troops subdued the revolt after a gunbattle in ...

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  29. AUSTRALIAN WOMAN MODEL U.S. IMMIGRANT

    SAN FRANCISCO, Monday: When Mrs Joyce Stevens, Australian wife of an American, Major Gordon Stevens, sought ...

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  30. RAAF PART IN BERLIN AIRLIFT

    MELBOURNE, Monday: RAAF pilots who are helping in the Berlin airlift have carried 1,220,720 lbs of supplies to the German ...

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