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  4. SUPPLIES FOR SINGAPORE BY AIR AND SEA

    Supplies for prisoners of war left Sydney by air and by sea yesterday. Top: An R.A.A.F. launch with stores for a Catalina flying-boat. Nine Catalinas left Rose Bay yesterday with A.I.F. and Red Cross personnel and urgent stores. Bottom: Troops ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. DRIVE FOR TIMBER

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Plans for relieving the timber shortage approved by the Full Federal Cabinet to-day include ...

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  6. LANDING DELAYED BY TYPHOON Fleet In Sagami Bay

    MANILA, Aug. 27.—Typhoon weather is still hampering Allied plans for the occupation of Japan, but, conditions permitting, our first air-borne troops will ...

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  7. Germans Held Funeral To Hide Secrets

    LUBECK, Aug. 27.—A fantastic plot to hide rocket weapon secrets has been literally unearthed at a cemetery on the ...

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  8. Single Raid On Tokyo Killed 100,000

    NEW YORK, Aug. 27,—More than 100,000 Japanese were burned to death on March 10 in a single Super-Fortress ...

    Article : 270 words
  9. IMPOSING ALLIED FLEETS

    Allied naval forces entered Sagami Bay at 10.34 a.m. Monday (Tokyo time). It was an imposing array of ...

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  10. ARMY RELEASE REFUSED

    LONDON, Aug. 27.—Thirty thousand miners now serving in the Army refused to take their immediate release, which was ...

    Article : 162 words
  11. R.N. MIDGET CARRIERS

    LONDON, Aug.. 27, (A.A.P.).— The Royal Navy's new midget carriers proved ideal for convoy protection, it is now revealed. ...

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  12. Rat Hunting To Cure 'Phone Troubles

    PARIS, Aug. 27.—The civil authorities next Sunday will commence a big drive to end the telephone troubles. ...

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  13. "Local Agreement" In Burma Theatre

    RANGOON, Aug. 27.—Japanese envoys will sign a "local agreement" this evening on behalf of two theatre commanders in South-east Asia. The document specifies that the Japanese take preliminary steps to ...

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  14. DIVORCE RATE RISING

    LONDON, Aug. 27.—A record number of divorces in England and Wales this year seems certain. ...

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  15. RACE TO HELP PRISONERS

    When U.S. Marines land at Yokosuka on Thursday, parties will race to nearby internment and prison camps and release ...

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  16. NEW CAIRO OFFICE

    LONDON. Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—The Government has decided to replace the office of Minister Resident in the Middle East by a British Middle East ...

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  17. HOMES RESTORED IN RUSSIA

    LONDON, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—Russia has built of restored 564,000 homes and put 2,500 people in them in the last two years says Moscow Radio. ...

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  18. BELSEN MURDER TRIALS

    LONDON Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—Josef Kramer and 46 guards from Belsen concentration camp, of whom 19 are women, were to-day officially charged ...

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  19. TRADE PROSPECTS IN CHINA

    CHUNGKING, Aug. 27.—Mr. O. C. W. Fuhrman has arrived in Chungking from India. He is temporarily attached to the ...

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  20. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    TOKYO LANDING.—Typhoon weather has delayed Allied plans for the occupation of Japan but, conditions permitting, the first ...

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  21. LATE NEWS

    MANILA, Aug. 27. (A.A.P.).— Japanese officers have boarded American warships off Yap, Palau, Jaluit, and Rota islands, 32 ...

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  22. BIG GARRISON TASK AHEAD

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Australia would provide armed forces for garrison and mopPing-up duties in at least eight ...

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  23. Dr. Evatt May Soon Leave For London

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Following discussions on Australia's international status by Full Federal Cabinet to-day, political ...

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