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  2. BEVIN TALKS FRANKLY TO RUSSIA Appeal For "Cards on Table"

    LONDON, November 8 (A.A.P.).—In a dramatic speech warning the nation of "the frightful nightmare of insecurity" abroad to-day, the Foreign Secretary, Mr. Ernest Bevin, appealed to the Great Powers to "put their cards on the table ...

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  3. CASUALTIES IN ATTACK ON POLICE

    Several persons were injured in an attack on two detectives in Sussex Street yesterday afternoon. Top left: Detective-Sergeant Harry Gilmour, who was shot through the left hand and whose ribs were fractured. Top right: Charles William Kennedy, wharf ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. INDONESIANS ROUTED IN BATAVIA CLASH Indians Protect Internees

    BATAVIA, Nov. 8 (A.A.P.).—The biggest "battle" yet fought in Batavia occurred this morning, when troops of the 1/16 Punjabi Regiment clashed Math a mob of 1,000 armed Indonesians on the ...

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  5. SUMMER FOOD PROSPECTS Sugar to be Short

    The effect of industrial upheavals, coal shortage, and man-power difficulties on food supply prospects for the summer were ...

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  6. "RIGHT" BEFORE ATOMIC BOMB

    Not for a moment since he I had held office had he considered the atomic bomb when making decisions; said Mr. Bevin. ...

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  7. NO FIREARMS FOUND

    BATAVIA, Nov. 8.—No firearms were found when the British Field Security Service at Batavia searched the luggage of Indonesians ...

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  8. Move Soon To Control British Investment

    LONDON, Nov. 8.—The Government expects to introduce before Christmas a bill to implement the Labour Party's policy of Government control over all public and private investment of money. ...

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  9. BRITISH OFFICER MURDERED

    BATAVIA, Nov. 8 (A.A.P.).—It is officially announced that Indonesians stabbed to death a British medical officer and an unidentified companion ...

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  10. Payments Lag In Last Days of Loan

    Only two days remain of the extended period of the Fourth Victory Loan, which yesterday was more than £4,000,000 short of its ...

    Article : 191 words
  11. 8,000 AIRMEN IN BORNEO

    PERTH, Thursday.—Most of the 8,000 R.A.A.F. personnel now in Borneo are expected to be back in Australia or on the way home ...

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  12. BRITONS KNOW DUTY AND DANGER

    Mr. Bevin said that the things President Truman desired must be done by agreement, not by force dr aggression. ...

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  13. EAT POTATOES, SAVE MEAT

    An "eat more potatoes" campaign has been launched in Sydney to assist the Lord Mayor's Food for Britain appeal. ...

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  14. Rhodes Scholars; Two Por 1945

    Two Rhodes Scholars are to be selected for 1945, and the names of the successful candidates are expected to be announced next ...

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  15. PLANS FOR NAZI REVIVAL

    LONDON, Nov. 8 (A.A.P.).— Reports of a secret meeting at Strasbourg on August 10, 1944, released by the United Nations War ...

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  16. U.S. TROOPS TO LEAVE CHINA

    NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (A.A.P.). —The U.S. Secretary of State, Mr. Byrnes, has announced that the United States is planning to ...

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  17. DELIVERIES OF MEAT PROMISED

    The Retail Master Butchers' Association has decided to give the public adequate delivery service when manpower, vehicles, petrol, tyres, and ...

    Article : 108 words
  18. GUN DRAWN IN TAXI

    When a taxi-driver, Valentine Richards, of Elizabeth Bay, told two men, whom he had driven to Bondi tarly this morning, that the fare would ...

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  19. BEAN-PICKING CONTEST

    GOSFORD, Thursday.—Picking 3391b of beans at the rate of almost 1lb a minute, Mrs. Delcie Martin, ot Matcham, won the ...

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  20. McKell (Premier) Asked To Check McKell (Treasurer)

    The Premier, Mr. McKell, will be asked to overrule a decision of the Treasurer. Mr. McKell is also Treasurer. Municipal councils and the Surf ...

    Article : 174 words
  21. Wilson Piloted Faster Jet Meteor

    LONDON,,Nov. 8 (A.A.P.).— After the flight times had been checked it was announced that Group Captain H. J. (Willie) ...

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  22. HUMID DAY AND NIGHT

    North-east winds on the coast kept the weather humid in the metropolitan area yesterday. Maximum temperature was 76 ...

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  23. JEWS KILLED IN RIOTS

    CAIRO; Nov. g (A.A.P.).— British troops and police have been ordered to shoot looters and to open fire on mobs if this is ...

    Article : 70 words
  24. INDIANS REPRIEVED

    NEW DELHI, Nov. 8 (A.A.P.).— After intervention by Mr. Gandhi, the Viceroy commuted death sehtehces which had been passed on two ...

    Article : 42 words
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