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  3. Italy to Enforce Punitive Measures

    The Italian Premier (de Gasperi) announced that he has submitted a bill to Parliament, enforcing ...

    Article : 113 words
  4. REPUBLICAN PARTY TO OPEN CONVENTION

    Opening at Philadelphia to-day the national convention of the Republicans is expected to approve of a nine-point programme of foreign policy in opposition to isolationism. It appears to ...

    Article : 469 words
  5. MOUNTBATTEN DEPARTS FROM INDIA

    Thousands of Indians loudly acclaimed Lord end Lady Mountbatten on the eve of their departure for England and presented them with a 15-inch ivory statue of Gandhi in prayer. ...

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  6. MEAT & CLOTHES RATIONING ENDS IMMEDIATELY

    Clothes and meat rationing will end to-day. The Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) [?]ced last night that both rations would be lifted as from the opening of trading this morning. ...

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  7. SIRENS SOUND AS DE GAULLE BEGINS SPEECH

    All air raid sirens in Verdun screeched for 10 minutes as General de Gaulle, leader of the ...

    Article : 95 words
  8. BRADMAN SIGNS BATS FOR AUSTRALIA

    Bradman completed at 5 p.m. yesterday one of the biggest autographing, jobs of his career—signing 3500 ...

    Article : 121 words
  9. AUSTRALIAN POLO TEAM DEFEATED

    A French water polo team from Turcoing, near Lille, beat the Australian Olympic team at Arras yesterday by eight goals ...

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  10. KRAMER OUTS RIGG FOR PROFESSIONAL TENNIS TITLE.

    Jack Kramer on Saturday beat Bobby Riggs 14/12, 6/2, 3/6, 6/3, for the American professional tennis championship at Forest ...

    Article : 69 words
  11. HUNDREDS ARRESTED FOR RIOTING IN MALAYA

    Hundreds of Chinese, Malays and Indians, suspected in connection with the recent wave of violence in Malaya, were rounded-up early this morning in a country-wide police swoop. The police acted under emergency powers ...

    Article : 339 words
  12. Drive Launched Against Greek Guerrillas

    The Greek Government forces launched an all-out offensive yesterday against guerrillas in an area near ...

    Article : 158 words
  13. U.S. CEASES SENDING SUPPLIES TO BERLIN

    The United States Army has ceased sending supplies by rail into Berlin, rather than submit to having its trains searched by Russianr. Americans numbering 10,000, will have to be supplied by air ...

    Article : 538 words
  14. W. INDIES SPRINTER DEFEATED

    Chief British hope for the Olympic Games, E. M. McDonald Bailey, of West Indies, was beaten over 100 yards in 9.9 by ...

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  15. U.N. Guards Stationed at Haifa

    Count Bernadotte announced that uniformed guards from the United Nations will be stationed in the Haifa area. They will supervise convoys from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and guard Hadera camp, 35 miles from Tel Aviv. ...

    Article : 95 words
  16. AUSTRIAN PROTESTS AT OCCUPATION

    Two Austrian Government leaders yesterday criticised the occupation of their country. The Minister for the Interior ...

    Article : 150 words
  17. British Dentists Will Not Join Health Service

    Members of the British Dental Association decided by an overwhelming majority not to take part in the National Health ...

    Article : 134 words
  18. Long Gaol Term For Torturing Australians

    Two Japanese were sentenced to long terms of imprisonment with hard labour by the Eighth Army Military Commission, for ...

    Article : 122 words
  19. POLICE HUNT FOR MAN WHO TRIED KIDNAPPING

    Police in five counties are searching for a man who apparently tried to take a child from its cot in an ...

    Article : 111 words
  20. EAGLE SEIZES DOY PRODDING NEST

    An eagle swooped on the 7year-old, son of a shepherd who prodded its nest on an Anatolian mountain peak, seized the ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. ISLAND CAPITAL DESTROYED

    Castries, the capital of the island of St. Lucia, virtually was destroyed by fire yesterday, leaving most of its 800 inhabitants ...

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  22. EXPLOSION DUE TO BAD STORAGE

    Police, searching for the perpetrators of the explosion in the Jewish quarter arrested seven Jews who were pushing a cart, ...

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  23. GENERAL DENIES ARMING OF B.C.O.F. PLANES

    Lt.-Gen Robertson, Commander of the B.C.O.F.in Japan, on arrival in Tokyo by air from England, denied a Sydney newspaper ...

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  24. DEATH OF LADY MOSLEY

    Lady Mosley, mother of the British Fascist leader, Sir Oswald Mosley, died yesterday. Before the war she was ...

    Article : 48 words
  25. STATE REFERENDUM FIGURES.

    SYDNEY, Monday. The final referendum figures for New South Wales, released to-day, were: Yes 723,183, and No 1,012, ...

    Article : 27 words
  26. FLOODS IN FOOCHOW.

    SHANGHAI, Monday. Floods in Foochow drowned 1000 persons, destroyed 10,000 homes and left 200,000 people homeless. ...

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