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  5. Evatt Urges Adoption Of Spain Report

    NEW YORK, Fri.—Urging the Security Council to adopt its Sub-Committee's report on Spain, Dr. Evatt told a meeting of the Security Council yesterday that as long as Franco remained there was likely to be an international situation of ...

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  6. Tears Flowed As Friends Said Farewell To Umberto

    ROME, Friday.—Tearful scenes took place in the Royal Palace as Italian notables, officers and personal friends of Umberto called to make farewells. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Family Jewels Gone—German Complaint

    FRANKFURT, Fri.—The German Royal House of Hesse has complained that family jewels valued at £375,000 disappeared ...

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  8. Prime Minister's Victory Day Message

    CANBERRA, Fri.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, made the following statement on the celebration of Victory Day: "As a ...

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  9. Buffalo Fly Trap Cost Allowable As Tax Deduction

    SYDNEY, Fri.—The Minister for Commerce and Agriculture (Mr. Scully) announced to-day that the Treasurer (Mr. Chifley) ...

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  10. Scene In Germany Transformed

    LONDON, Fri.—Officially opening a "Germany under control exhibition, the Commander in Chief of the British Army of ...

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  11. PLAN TO REIMBURSE PRODUCERS WHOLE MILK

    SYDNEY, Fri.—A plan for reimbursing producers of wholemilk within the milk producing districts proclaimed under the ...

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  12. CHICAGO FIRE

    CHICAGO, Friday.—The belief that the varnish on the wood penneling contributed to most of the smoke that suffocated many ...

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  13. Gaol For Part In Sydney Hold-up.

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Two youths, Kevin James Clancy (16) and Jela Henry Renton (21) were to-day sentenced to five years ...

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  14. Death Sentence For Jap Major

    SINGAPORE, Friday.—Japanese Major Tataro Mizutani, commandant of a prisoner of war camp on the Siam-Burma railway, was sentenced to death at the conclusion of the trial yesterday. ...

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  15. Drought In South-West Queensland

    BRISBANE, Fri.—Three years of drought has turned parts of South-western Queensland into a veritable dust bowl. There are ...

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  16. "Money Simply Went Down Drain"

    LONDON, Friday.—Italy spent at the rate of three or three and half million line—then £60,400—in 1934 and 1935 to subsidise Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists, according to letters read by the Home Secretary (Mr. Chuter Ede). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Liberal Party To Discuss Gorge Scheme

    SYDNEY, Fri.—The Clarence River hydro-electric scheme and the establishment of a commonwealth authority ...

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  18. CRITICISES DELAY IN LAND SETTLEMENT

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Five years after passing of the War Service Land Settlement Act about 20 men had been granted western lands and another 20 such leases would be available this month, states the New South Wales country vice-president (Mr. Keith ...

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  19. BRIDES LEAVE FOR AMERICA

    SYDNEY, Fri.—There were 503 wives and children of American ex-servicemen on the David C. Shanks when she sailed for San ...

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  20. ROYAL FAMILY SEES EMPIRE PARADE

    LONDON, Fri.—Their Majesties and the Princesses, visiting the 3500 Dominion and Colonial troops encamped in Kensington ...

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  21. Allowances For Victory Contingent

    CANBERRA, Fri.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) announced to-day that allowances ranging from 13/ sterling to £1 ...

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  22. A.M.P. Payments

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Claims amounting to £470,000 have been paid in respect of deaths, due to war service, the deputy chairman of the ...

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  23. Strikes In Egypt

    CAIRO, Fri.—"To-morrow—Victory Day in London, mourning and general strike in Egypt" is the headline of the Wafdist ...

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  24. INDIAN PRINCES MEET.

    BOMBAY, Fri.—Indian Princes and their Ministers commenced a three-day meeting to appoint a negotiating committee for which ...

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  25. Threat To Continue Stop-Work Meetings

    NEW YORK, Friday.—Nation-wide reports reveal that 8009 to 9000 American Federation of Labour unionists walked off over 300 ships for yesterday's stop-work meeting. Work ceased for upwards of ...

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  26. Flour Supplies Reach Ceylon

    COLOMBO, Fri.—Nine thousand tons of flour arrived here by ships which the British Government ordered to be diverted in ...

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  27. VC Winner Chosen As Typical Digger

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Private Frank Partridge, V.C., of Macksville, has been chosen by Madame Thousand's waxworks, as the typical Digger, according to cable reports from London. His effigy in the famous ...

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  28. DEMONSTRATION IN ALEXANDRIA

    LONDON, Fri.—Shouts of "long live the ENglish, who gave us work and food," were heard, when 1000 unemployed demonstrated at ...

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  29. Judge Rules Against Magistrate

    MELBOURNE, Fri.—Mr. Justice Starke, in the High Court to-day granted an application for an order nisi to review a decision by ...

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  30. Blamed For Bad State Of Repair Of R.A.A.F. Planes

    DARWIN, Fri.—Air experts are blaming the Air Board's policy of rapid demobilisation for the bad state of repair of ...

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  31. Burmese Demonstrate

    RANGOON, Fri.—Fifty thousand Burmese marched the main streets shouting independence slogans, and demanding the ...

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  32. PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE

    CANBERRA, Fri.—Parliamentary privilege now protecting speeches made in Parliament by members will be extended to ...

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  33. Rail Trucks Diverted To Carry Coal

    SYDNEY, Fri.—About 3500 tons of merchandise for country and Interstate destinations will be held up because diversion of rail ...

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  34. BUILDING IN COUNTRY AREAS

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Country residents are apparently making progress with their building plans. Statistics released to-day show ...

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  35. 'Menace to Community' Says Judge

    SYDNEY, Fri.—An honorary probation officer at the Children's Court wes to-day found guilty of indecently assaulting boys. ...

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  36. Freighter Damaged In 80 M.P.H. Gale

    SYDNEY, Fri.—The British freighter. Bahristan, homeward bound with wool, sheepskins and lead concentrates, left Sydney on ...

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  37. Record Coal Production For Fortnight

    SYDNEY, Friday.—New South Wales coalminers to-day completed a fortnight's record coal production total of 425,000 tons.It is the highest output figure since 1942. ...

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  38. Italian, On Charge Of Attempted Rape

    SYDNEY, Fri.—This afternoon a detective from Liverpool, visited the prisoner of war camp at Liverpool and arrested an Italian, ...

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  39. MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED.

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Harry Steven McMaster (21), of Suffolk Avenue, Collaroy, whose motor cycle collided with a truck at ...

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  40. Plane Flight To Save Child's Life

    PERTH, Fri.—A flight of 350 miles in a Rapide plane made in less than three hours, brought. Baby Peter Broken (18 months) to ...

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  41. TEN CASES OF PARALYSIS

    SYDNEY, Fri.—There were 10 causes of infantile paralysis reported to the State health authorities to-day, all of them from the ...

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  42. Former French Secret Agent Arrested

    PARIS, Fri.—French Security police arrested one of General de Gaulle's, former secret agents and technical adviser to French ...

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