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  • RELIEF WORK TO GO Subsidy Plan For Industries Move By State May Assist Employment

    STRENGTHENING a belief that the Government will abolish intermittent relief work, and replace it with a scheme for subsidising industry, the Executive Council yesterday transferred the administration of the Industries ... [Article] (609 words)
  • SOMERSET DAM STRIKE Dismissal Of Driver

    SOMERSET DAM, Thursday.—Four cableway drivers operating from the head tower, at the Somerset Dam works, three tail-car ... [Article] (341 words)
  • Deputy Leader May Leave Lang Group

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Deputy-Leader (Mr. Baddeley) surprised a meeting of the State Parliamentary Labour Party to-day when he ... [Article] (84 words)
  • "MAINLY FAIR" FOR TEST

    LONDON, July 21.—Glorious weather, the promise of a good wicket, and at least Bradman's turn to win the toss, raise ... [Article] (137 words)
  • Brisbane Pilot Flies Atlantic PICK-A-BACK RECORD

    LONDON, July 21.—Captain Donald Bennett, a native of Brisbane, in command of the Mercury, the Upper component of the Maia ... [Article] (334 words)
  • PILOT BORN IN QUEENSLAND Colourful Career

    Not yet 30, Captain Donald Bennett already possesses rare qualifications as an aviator, navigator, and wireless operator. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (394 words)
  • DEFENCE AND INDUSTRY Mr. Lyons In Brisbane HAS BUSY DAY

    Queensland must be peopled to capacity ... for effective national defence—The Government must have the ... [Article] (542 words)
  • Footballer Dies In Hospital

    BUNDABERG, Thursday.—Donald Eldridge, 20, who was injured when he and another player collided during a Rugby League match on Sunday ... [Article] (74 words)
  • GREETED BY PRESIDENT

    Exclusive radiogram to The Courier-Mail of their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth being received by ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (91 words)
  • INQUIRY BY EXPERTS Ottawa Pact Aspects

    Customs and commerce experts, with co-opted industrialists, are expected to conduct the Commonwealth inquiry into ... [Article] (472 words)
  • PARIS ACCLAIMS THEIR MAJESTIES Tumultuous Cheering

    PARIS, July 21.—The Parisians have taken Their Majesties to their hearts, and the newspapers to-day emphasise that ... [Article] (272 words)
  • Party Urged To Be Prepared

    After urging the Queensland branch of the United Australia Party at a meeting yesterday afternoon to put new life into the ... [Article] (145 words)
  • INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

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  • MOST RUNS AND HOW MANY? £200 TO BE WON

    The fifth Test match must be played to a finish, and for its fifth Test match competition The Courier-Mail has chosen the ... [Article] (161 words)
  • INCENDIARY BOMBS USED Five People Killed in Palestine

    JERUSALEM, July 21.—Two men, two women, and a child, the members of a Jewish settlement, were killed last evening, near Haifa during a fierce ... [Article] (70 words)
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  • FLAGS TO FLY HALF-MAST Memorial Ceremony

    From noon until sunset to-day flags will be flown at half-mast from all Commonwealth and State public buildings in honour of the ... [Article] (158 words)

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