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  • Serious position may disrupt canneries TINPLATE NEEDED Action appeal to Fed. Govt.

    IMMEDIATE Federal Government action has been sought to avoid a serious tinplate shortage which would disrupt Queensland food processing and other ... [Article] (323 words)
  • Sees menace to health

    AMATEUR barbers in Queensland were menacing public health and safety, the Queensland Master ... [Article] (84 words)
  • Killed on cycle

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Frederick Clear Birch, 17, of Charlestown was killed early this morning when a motor cycle he was ... [Article] (53 words)
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  • SOME GOT SUNDAY MILK DELIVERY BY 40 VENDORS

    MORE than 40 milk vendors delivered yesterday in Brisbane, the Direct Milk Producers' Association president (Mr. W. Basnett) said last night. ... [Article] (326 words)
  • PREFER WITCH DOCTOR

    SOUTH African doctors have serious competition from local witch-doctors, according to Dr. Arnold ... [Article] (139 words)
  • Shift-work for city doctors

    MOST of Brisbane's doctors will do "shift-work" from next week. Nearly 350 Queensland ... [Article] (176 words)
  • "Drs. fear to leave city"

    Many young doctors were afraid to leave the city to take up country practices, Queensland president of the ... [Article] (83 words)
  • NEW HOME FOR BUSH CHILDREN

    TENDERS will be called soon for a new home for bush children at Redcliffe. The building, which will cost ... [Article] (75 words)
  • Servicemen hurt in Canberra

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Two young servicemen were badly injured in road accidents in Canberra yesterday. : ... [Article] (96 words)
  • Empire Day plan

    Functions to commemorate Empire Day on Wednesday will be a cocktail party at Lennons Hotel at which English ... [Article] (64 words)
  • Wreck inquiry

    A private Inquiry into the grounding of the British Freighter, Marietta Dal, near Cape Moreton last week, will be ... [Article] (48 words)
  • Driver arrested

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— Police yesterday detained a man alleged to have been the driver of a stolen car which ... [Article] (41 words)
  • Towerton appeal £500 in gifts to date

    IN three days the Courier-Mail appeal for £1000 for the family of Fireman Ken Towerton ... [Article] (534 words)
  • HEAR CALL AFTER 50 YEARS 200 "GULFITES" REMEMBER

    FIFTY years in Brisbane have not dampened the loyalty of Mr.J. Long. 79. to the Queensland Gulf Country. Mr. Long was one of 200 former residents of the Gulf ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (275 words)
  • BANNERS FLY IN EMPIRE YOUTH MARCH EMPIRE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE 10,000 march in city youth parade

    TEN thousand young people of Brisbane —2000 more than expected—marched through the city streets yesterday in the Empire Youth Sunday parade. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (620 words)
  • EASIER TO BUY HOME TO-DAY Agents have to tempt buyers

    MORE lavish methods have to be used to-day to induce people to buy homes. Illustrated leaflets are helpful. The cost of printing when ... [Article] (280 words)
  • WOOL SAVED FROM BLAZE

    POLICE are investigating a fire which threatened to destroy wool worth thousands of pounds at a New Farm ... [Article] (72 words)
  • R.A.F. Chief here

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—The Inspector-General of the Royal Air Force (Air Marshal Sir Hugh Saunders) arrived in ... [Article] (40 words)
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  • Calwell has strife cure

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— Solutions to industrial problems plaguing Australia to-day must be sought in an ... [Article] (130 words)
  • Message from the King

    THE King's Message, which was read by the president of the Associated Youth Committee of the Queensland ... [Article] (182 words)
  • Tree kills child

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday.—A two-year-old girl was killed hear Scone yesterday, when a limb of a tree, felled on her ... [Article] (71 words)
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  • DESPITE BOOM, THE WEST HAS MANY COMPLAINTS Wealth, but "raw deal"

    WESTERN Queenslanders complain that although they are producing tremendous wealth for the State they are getting a "raw deal" in living conditions. ... [Article] (408 words)
  • Duhig still considering

    WHETHER an appeal would be lodged on behalf of Archbishop Duhig against a Supreme court decision last ... [Article] (86 words)
  • Planes grounded

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. —Heavy fog to-day disrupted plane services between Melbourne and Tasmania ... [Article] (16 words)
  • CLIMATE CHANGE World is warming

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The Director of the Museum of Technology and Applied Science (Mr. ... [Article] (177 words)
  • JIVE CLUB CITY'S HOT SPOT

    A HOT spot in town it the Queensland Jive Club (at Jack Busteed's studio) where jive-crazed "shares" ... [Article] (216 words)

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