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  • Mines may have to cut output drastically HUGE COAL STOCKS THREAT SOON FOR INDUSTRY

    THE Queensland coal industry is faced with the possibility of serious disruption because of huge surplus stocks. The Mines Minister (Mr. Riordan) ... [Article] (607 words)
  • DEATH HOUSE '4 WOMEN DIED FROM ASPHYXIA'

    LONDON, April 27 (AAP) — Tour women whom John Christie was alleged to have murdered, died ... [Article] (188 words)
  • Flat murder

    LONDON. April 27 (AAP) —John Haskayne, 39. hotel porter, charged in Marylebone Court to-day with the ... [Article] (52 words)
  • LOST LEG, BUT STILL SMILES

    HIS LEFT leg amputated during captivity, Sydney's Private B Davoren is carried away on a stretcher from a hospital tent at Munsan ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (73 words)
  • Eden jaundice

    LONDON, April 27 (AAP) —Foreign Secretary, Mr. Anthony Eden's jaundice "still persists," it was stated ... [Article] (18 words)
  • £900 Surprise in handbag find

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter) — A woman who found a handbag in a Brighton train yesterday ... [Article] (120 words)
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  • World-wide manhunt

    Brisbane CIB yesterday joined a worldwide hunt for two men wanted for armed robbery and murder ... [Article] (110 words)
  • New basic pay from Monday

    Basic wage adjustments for nil State award employees and most Federal award employees will ... [Article] (50 words)
  • Killed by blast

    OTTAWA, April 27 (AAP)—An explosion in a refrigerator van rocked a train in Calgary, Alberta, last ... [Article] (38 words)
  • Oilfield damage VAST MUD GEYSERS HIT WELLS

    SINGAPORE, April 27 (AAP)—Mud geysers have caused widespread damage on ... [Article] (251 words)
  • Slims land at slum

    CANBERRA (by teleprinter) — The Governor-General Designate (Sir William Slim) and Lady ... [Article] (132 words)
  • Ship saw through fog with 2-day-old radar

    The cargo liner Nellore used radar to feel her way through heavy fog into Brisbane early yesterday. Installation of ... [Article] (215 words)
  • HOME WAS NEVER LIKE THIS

    HUMPING their "blueys" at Wacol, these two "rookies" fixed their beds early when they went into camp yesterday. They are Privates J. Gilley (left) and J. Gullaway, both 18, from Bundaberg. First 260 of a 1260 new national service intake joined the Army yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (89 words)
  • NEVER SEEN HER BABY DAUGHTER, YOUNG WIFE CLAIMS

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter) — The attractive young wife of a wealthy ex-serviceman grazier told the Equity Court yesterday she had never seen a daughter who ... [Article] (478 words)
  • New city loan soon

    THE City Council will floor its fourth and final public loan for this financial year from May ... [Article] (103 words)
  • SHOULD NOT HOLD OFFICE

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter) —Any union officer who mode a daily habit of drinking in hotels between ... [Article] (104 words)
  • Tarien report by to-morrow

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter) —The police report on the Tarien doping may be available by to-morrow. ... [Article] (75 words)
  • DUKE'S PAGE

    BRITISH naral cudet, Nigel Grier Rees, 18, who will be the Duke of Edinburgh's page at the ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (103 words)
  • DOCTOR CAN BECOME LORD OF THE MANOR

    MELBOURNE (by telegram)—A young doctor living in the Melbourne suburb of Essendon has inherited an ancestral estate in Yorkshire. The doctor, John Farrer, flew to Britain six weeks ago ... [Article] (157 words)
  • "FAR APART" AS PEACE TALKS GO ON KOREA PLAN BY REDS REJECTED

    PAN MUN JON, April 27 — The United Nations command to-day rejected a six-point Communist proposal for settling the war prisoner exchange issue. The Allied delegates called it "contrary to our ideas of a speedy ... [Article] (568 words)
  • Pennies for Red

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—Apple cores and pennies were thrown at Communist Senate candidate ... [Article] (52 words)
  • Plain "mister"

    NEW YORK, April 27 (AAP) —The former Archduke Leopold of Austria has become an American citizen. ... [Article] (38 words)
  • Liquor judge ill; calls off tour

    LONDON, April 27—Mr. Justice Maxwell has been forced by a throat illness to cancel the remainder of his world tour studying liquor licensing conditions on behalf of the ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (197 words)
  • Six killed as volcano erupts

    TOKIO, April 27 (AAP) — Mount Aso volcano erupted to-day, killing' at least six. Some unofficial ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (234 words)
  • Attack Evatt at Congress

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—An attack on the Federal Opposition Leader (Dr. Evatt) for what is ... [Article] (82 words)
  • To better MIG

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—Jet fighter planes which Britain had coming on would be for better than the ... [Article] (73 words)
  • Fire at farm

    Detectives this morning will investigate a fire which last night destroyed a hay shed, cowballs, and ... [Article] (48 words)
  • Team changes Miller for Johnston

    LONDON, April 27 — Keith Miller will replace injured Bill Johnston in the Australian team against ... [Article] (106 words)
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  • DAY BY DAY

    OLD Shakespeare had a phrase for it—Love's Labour Lost ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (406 words)

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