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  3. FIRST PICTURES OF AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN JAPAN

    TOP LEFT: Japanese women with babies on their backs were an interesting sight to these Australians as they walked across one of the main bridges in Hiroshima. LOWER LEFT: Two Australians pause in their tour of the side streets of Kure, former ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. RUSSIAN DETAINED IN CANADA

    NEW YORK, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— A young Russian, identified as Ivor Gosenko, who has been a member of the staff of the Soviet ...

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  5. CEREMONY IN ROME

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Behind the great oaken doors of the Consistory Hall in Rome the Pope held a secret Consistory ...

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  6. ALL SUSPECTS NOW TRACED

    Gosenko is now being held for interrogation with some 26 Canadians, the newspaper says. Only about 12 of the Canadians are ...

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  7. More Milk From To-day

    Increased deliveries of milk will be made from to-day to all consumers, other than hospitals and schools, on the basis of quantities ...

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  8. C.P. ELECTION POLICY

    Details of the "basic principles" of the Country Party's policy for the Federal elections this year were announced last night by the Leader ...

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  9. POLES IN ITALY

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— "The suggestion, that Polish troops under British command in Italy are gradually advancing in the direction ...

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  10. Anti-Leopold Government Likely In Belgium

    LONDON, Feb. 18.—An antiLeopold coalition Government composed of Socialists, Communists, and Liberals is the ...

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  11. WHY PEWS ARE EMPTY

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Gabbling through prayers, perfunctory sermons, and overpowering choirs are the chief reasons why ...

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  12. BRITISH ATOM BOMB PLANT

    The first scale drawings of an atomic bomb plant which is to be built near Didcot, Berkshire, have arrived in England from Canada, ...

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  13. HIROHITO "VERY GRACIOUS"

    TOKYO, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Attired in morning coat and striped trousers, Emperor Hirohito to-day gave an audience to Mr. Robert ...

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  14. "SPECULATION FEVER"

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).—It would be difficult to exaggerate the gravity of the inflationary crisis in the United ...

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  15. ARMY, PICKETS LEAVE CALCUTTA

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Reuter's correspondent in Calcutta says that the Army patrols and pickets which were called in by the retiring ...

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  16. GREEK COMMUNISTS' DEMAND

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Alleging that Britain is rearming reactionary groups in Greece, the Greek Communist Party in a ...

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  17. General Seeking L.P. Selection

    MELBOURNE, Monday. — Major-General C. E. M. Lloyd, who has retired as Adjutant-General of the Australian Military ...

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  18. MANY KILLED IN AFRICAN 'QUAKE

    LONDON, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Rescue parties working in the ruins of five villages in Setif Province, Algeria, which was the area worst ...

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  19. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    RUSSIAN HELD.—A Russian, stated unofficially to have been a member of the Soviet Embassy staff in Ottawa, has been detained ...

    Article : 353 words
  20. "Democratised" Germans Leaving America

    TAFF CORRESPONDENT. NEW YORK, Feb. 18.—Having undergone an intensive "democratisation" course in the United ...

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  21. METRIC SYSTEM CAMPAIGN

    NEW YORK, Feb. 18.—If Britain and the United States adopted the metric system of weights and measures it would ...

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  22. DEMONSTRATIONS IN MADRID

    MADRID, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).— Demonstrations by Falangists (members of the Spanish Fascist organisation) continued to-day, says ...

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  23. WAR CRIME TRIAL IN TOKYO

    TOKYO, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).—Allied Headquarters has charged Major Yaichi Rikitake, commander of the war-time prison camp at Fukuoka, ...

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