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  3. AMMUNITION DUMP AT HSUCHOW BLOWN UP; LEVELS AREA

    Huge Nationalist ammunition dumps at Hsuchow blew up late on Wednesday night, levelling all barracks, houses and installations in the area. The number of dead and injured have not so far been ascertained, but reports from ...

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  4. Royal Family Cheered on Leaving Capetown

    Cheering, crowds of the dockside saw the H.M.S. Vanguard sail for London yesterday with the Royal family on board. As the battleship drew out Their Majesties, with the Princesses beside them, stood for a long time on ...

    Article : 328 words
  5. DE GAULIE TO INTERVENE IN FRENCH ELECTIONS

    General, de Gaulle announced yesterday that his new movement would' intervene'in future French ...

    Article : 115 words
  6. LARGE ATTENDANCES AT ANZAC DAY REMEMBRANCES

    Every city, town and village throughout, the Commonwealth and also other parts of the world, where Australians are gathered or were remembered for their contributions in the two World Wars, yesterday was marked ...

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  7. ARMY CHIEFS CONFER ON SECURITY PLANS

    The High Commissioner for Palestine (General Cunningham) has been to the headquarters of the Middle East ...

    Article : 135 words
  8. REFUND OF MOST OF FINE IMPOSED ON MINERS' UNION

    In the Federal Court yesterday, Judge Goldsborough ordered arefund of 2,800,000 dollars, from a fine of 3,500, ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. SOVIET DENIES TRAINING OF GERMANS

    A high Soviet source in Berlin describes as "stupid;" reports that General von Paulus and other German generals are being held in ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. POWER, LIGHT CONSUMERS TO RATION SERVICE

    Domestic consumers of gas and electricity are being asked to save by voluntary economies in cooking and lighting, 25 per cent. of their ...

    Article : 135 words
  11. NO RESULTS FROM BIG FOUR CONFERENCE

    Political observers predict a hardening of the EastWest division of Germany following the ending of the Big Four conference at Moscow, whick Reuters correspondent described as the most disappointing since the ...

    Article : 323 words
  12. BENNING FREED OF TREASON CHARGE ON APPEAL

    The Appeal Court yesterday quashed the conviction and five, years' gaol of James Scotland. Benning, who was alleged to ...

    Article : 88 words
  13. U.S. AMBASSADOR PRAISES SOUTH PACIFIC TALKS

    Achievements, of the Canberra conference,which produced the South Pacific Commission; were praised by the American ...

    Article : 138 words
  14. GESTAPO. CHIEF HANGED

    LONDON. Friday.—The former Gestapo chief, Harald Wiesmann, who led the destruction and slaughter at Lidice during the war; was among six ...

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  15. France to Make Cut in Bread Ration

    The bread ration in France is to be cut by half a lb. daily and the ration of most. Germans is to be slightly less. A message from Reuters correspondent says that the reduction of the French ration began after Cabinet ...

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  16. CHINESE ARMY TO BE REPATRIATED FROM NEW BRITAIN

    Lieutenant Lin, of the Chinese Legation in Melbourne, has arrived to arrange for the repatriation of the Chinese Army force, 500 strong in ...

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  17. VON NIDA QUALIFIES FOR GOLF FINAL

    Norman Von Nida is third among the 27 professionals who, with 155 or less, have qualified for the final 36 holes of the Brand Lochryh tourney ...

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  18. U.S. SENATE MOVE AGAINST ITALIAN TREATY

    A move has begun among members of the United States Senate to delay indefinitely a ratification of the Italian peace ...

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  19. WALLACE AGAINST WITCH-HUNTING

    "Fanatical witch-hunting" was a grave menace to world peace, Mr. Henry Wallace declared yesterday when making his last speech of his tour. He also condemned the system of secret intelligence and counter-intelligence. ...

    Article : 212 words
  20. BRITISH PLAN FOR ATOMIC ENERGY

    Britain suggested informally to the Atomic Energy Commission that the proposed control authority should establish six international atomic ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. ARGENTINE CLAIMS SOVEREIGNTY OVER ANTARCTIC

    Government officials to-day used the return of Argentine's Antarctic expedition as the occasion to re affirm Argentine's "indisputable sovereignty ...

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  22. DECREASE IN U.S.A. IMPORTS

    The Department of Commerce announces a drop of general imports to 435 million dollars in Febnuary from the January level of 535 million ...

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  23. OPPOSITION OF EIRE TO ASSOCIATION

    Replying to a question in the Dail the Premier (Mr. De Valera) said he did not consider the Empire Parliamentary Association a suitable ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. ll MINERS TRAPPED IN GOLD MINE FIRE

    Rescue squads, equipped with speclal mine fire fighting apparatus,are working round the-clock shifts in an effort to reach ll men who are ...

    Article : 75 words
  25. HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT CANCELLED

    Mike Jacobs's 20th Century Sporting Club has announced the cancellation of the heavyweight boxing championship fight Scheduled for ...

    Article : 63 words
  26. MISSING SUITCASE. FOUND

    LONDON, Friday.—The missing suitcase, containing documents of the Balkans investigating Commission, has been found in a Sofia hotel ...

    Article : 39 words
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