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  3. ARABS AND JEWS TO STOP FIGHTING IN PALESTINE

    Arabs and Jews yesterday issued orders to their forces throughout Palestine to cease fighting at 3 p.m. G.M.T. (1 a.m. to-day Sydney time) in compliance with the Security Council demand. ...

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  4. "CEASE FIRE WILL NOT BRING PEACE TO JERUSALEM"

    In a bitterly worded cable to the Secretary-General of U.N.O. (Mr. Trygve Lie) the ...

    Article : 203 words
  5. EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL IN BERLIN CRISIS

    The British Secretary of State for War (Mr. Emanuel Shinwell) speaking at Hordern, Durham, yesterday said that there was much that was explosive in the Berlin crisis, but nobody wanted to ...

    Article : 549 words
  6. SOVIET AIR FORCE BORE BRUNT OF WAR

    A "Pravda" article, quoted by the Tass Newsagency, asserts that Red Air Force pilots bore the brunt of the fighting in the war, while the British and American air forces encountered no serious resistance. ...

    Article : 77 words
  7. U.S. To Test Secret Weapons On Battleship

    American Army, Navy and Marine aircraft will use certain top-secret weapons and explosives next week ...

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  8. BARBED-WIRE CORDONS AT SINGAPORE

    Fifty persons have been killed and 12 wounded by terrorists in Malaya since July 1, and Singapore ...

    Article : 160 words
  9. ITALIAN REDS ATTACK U.S.A. FOR SHOOTING

    Italian Communists are accusing Americans of having had a hand in last week's attempted assassination of the Communist ...

    Article : 166 words
  10. Conference Talks In Progress At The Hague

    Talks in Washington between the State Department and representatives of the Western Union and Canada, on the possibility of broadening the defensive military alliance of the Western Union into the North Atlantic regional ...

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  11. TOGLIATTI SHOWS IMPROVEMENT

    Togliatti was reported to be noticeably improved this morning, and is expected to be well enough to talk to the police. ...

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  12. CZECHS TAKE ROUTINE STEPS IN EVENT OF WAR

    Czechoslovak official sources, commenting on a Government request for estimates of black-out ...

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  13. UNDECLARED WAR IN PAKISTAN

    After a week's consultation between the United Nations Commission and Indian spokesmen, it is clear that India's case now is that an undeclared war exists between India and Pakistan. ...

    Article : 166 words
  14. AUSTRALIA REFUSES TO SUPPLY ARMS

    Australian authorities in the past fortnight refused the Brisbane representatives of one of the biggest rubber estate and tin ...

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  15. OLYMPIC FLAME ON WAY TO LONDON

    The Olympic Flame, which will be delivered to London to mark the opening of the Olympic Games, left Greek soil yesterday ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. CHINESE FED BY AIR

    Following the example of the Allies in feeding Berlin from the air the Chinese Government is using planes to feed Mukden, old ...

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  17. HUTTON TO PLAY FOR ENGLAND IN FOURTH TEST

    Hutton, whose omission from England's third Test side, surprised the Australians, as much as it concerned the English ...

    Article : 230 words
  18. REBELS ATTACK POLICE STATION

    Police authorities report that a force of 100 Chinese insurgents attacked a police station, 100 miles, north of Kuala Lumpur in ...

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  19. CENTURIES BY MORRIS AND LOXTON

    Whitcombe, the lanky Oxford University right-hander, broke Australia's opening partnership in his second over of the day and ...

    Article : 545 words
  20. Far Eastern Misgivings Over Japan

    Far Eastern peoples had profound misgivings about the proposed revival of Japanese industrial power, ...

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  21. EMPIRE PRODUCE FOR BRITAIN

    During last year the Commonwealth supplied 81 per cent of all butter imports into the United Kingdom, plus 72 per cent. of all ...

    Article : 90 words
  22. FINNISH AND POLISH REDS NOT TO ATTEND

    Following similar action by the Russian, Hungarian and Albanian Communist parties, the Finnish and Polish ...

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  23. BODIES FOUND NEAR WRECKED FLYING BOAT

    Authorities last night confirmed reports that three unidentified bodies were found floating near the location where the ...

    Article : 69 words
  24. [?]AW WOOL FROM AUSTRALIA FOR [?]APAN

    Australia can supply Japan [?]th only raw wool and other ani[?]al and vegetable products. Other commodities which ...

    Article : 88 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN FEARED AS SCULLER

    The Australian sculler, Mervyn Woods, was the sculler most feared by the American team at the Olympic Games, Jack Kelly, ...

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  26. LABOUR SHORTAGE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    South Australia's manpower problem has become so acute that State Building Materials authorities are regarding very ...

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  27. AUSTRALIAN HONOURS W. G. GRACE

    A solitary wreath was placed on the grave of Dr. W. G. Grace, in a London cemetery yesterday to mark the centenary of the ...

    Article : 94 words
  28. ENLIGHTENED" [?]OLICY SOUGHT [?]N JAPAN

    A private non-profit organisation, to be known as "American Council on Japan," has been [?]ormed under the sponsorship of ...

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  29. DECLINE IN IMPORTS FROM DOLLAR AREAS

    Discussing the dollar position the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) said that only 13 per cent. of imports came from dollar areas in ...

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  30. MEMORIAL TO WAR CORRESPONDENTS

    A memorial to war correspondents, who lost their lives in World War II., will be considered by delegates to the Australian ...

    Article : 67 words
  31. BROMWICH REVERSES DEFEAT.

    LONDON, Mon.: Reversing his defeat in the Wimbledon singles, John Bromwich yesterday beat Bob Falkenburg 6/4, 6/2 in the ...

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  32. SHAH OFF TO BRITAIN.

    TEHERAN, Mon.: The Shah of Iran has left for Britain in a York plane sent by King George VI. ...

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