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  2. U.N.O. Force For Palestine Urged

    NEW YORK, March 16. A.A.P.—The creation of an international force for Palestine as the only way to prevent widespread strife and bloodshed in the Holy Land after the British mandate terminates ...

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  3. ANTI-PICKETING CHARGES

    Charges laid against strikers under the new Queensland anti-picketing laws were commenced and adjourned in Brisbane this week. The men charged included (left to right), Max Julius, barrister, the Secretary of the Queensland Trades and Labour Council (Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. HEAVY SNOWFALL IN JERUSALEM

    JERUSALEM, March 16. A.A.P.—Jerusalem is blanketed with 3 inches of snow. It is the greatest snowfall over the ...

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  5. Query In House; Home For Miners' Leader

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A question by Mr. McCaw (Lib., Lane Cove) whether a Housing Commission home at Beverley Hills had recently ...

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  6. Sensitive Playing By Musica Viva

    Affinity between players, fleeting solos that blended into the general pattern, composite mood and expression marked the performance of ...

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  7. New Bishop

    MONSIGNOR JOHN TOOHEY will be consecrated a Coadjutor Bishop of Maitland by Cardinal Gilroy at St. John's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. MINERS OPPOSE HIRING CLAIM

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Coal Industry Tribunal (Mr. Gallagher) will consider submissions to-day coalowners' representatives to amend an award providing for employment of members of the ...

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  9. Czechoslovakia May Be Soviet Arsenal

    NEW YORK, March 16.—The new Communist-led Czechoslovakia will become Russia's arsenal, according to Mr. Paul Wohl, who ...

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  10. Coal Board For Queensland

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—A State Coal Board, with sweeping powers over industry throughout the State, will be set up under the Coal ...

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  11. In Brief:

    One thousand strings of Japanese pearls, also binoculars and a camera, were seized in Sydney last night by Customs officers. They ...

    Article : 288 words
  12. Communist Purge Seen As Danger

    LONDON, March 16. A.A.P.—Nothing could be more dangerous to the national interests, said the Secretary-General of ...

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  13. Drinking Bout Led To Death, Coroner Told

    LISMORE, Tuesday—After asking whether he had any blood on him, Augustus Jones had stated. "I just done a chap over, and he ...

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  14. 6000 Tons Lost; 11 Mines Idle

    Eight coal mines were idle in the North yesterday for a loss of nearly 4000 tons. Losses in the Southern and Western fields from three idle ...

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  15. Lottery Order "No Trade Infringement"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—In his submissions before the High Court, to show that the 1947 Banking Act did not infringe Section 92 of the ...

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  16. Second Raid On Homebush

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Butchers' aprons marked with blood were among the disguises used by 22 Prices officers in a raid to-day on ...

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  17. Wages "Cannot Keep Rising"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—"Unless the Australian Council of Trade Unions realises that wage increases cannot continue ...

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  18. Japanese Admiral Hanged

    HONGKONG, March 16.—The first Japanese war criminal sentenced to death by the Australian War Crimes Court at Hongkong was ...

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  19. Japs To Die For Murder Of U.S. Airmen

    TOKYO, March 16.—The Eighth Army Commission in Yokohama sentenced to death 41 Japanese for the murder of three American ...

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  20. Lysaght's Asked To Produce Wire Netting

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—An appeal to industries and workers for increased production of wire and wire netting so soldier settlers would ...

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  21. Doctors Called To Princess Margaret

    LONDON, March 16. A.A.P.—Soon after arriving at Glasgow to-day, Princess Margaret became indisposed. Two doctors were called ...

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  22. Inspections Of Schools "Wrong Policy"

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The policy of inspection was wrong, or the system of training teachers was wrong, Mr. Drummond (C.P., ...

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  23. AIR VICE-MARSHAL AWARDED D.S.O.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Air Vice-Marshal W. Bostock had been awarded the D.S.O. for services rendered while in command of ...

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  24. Postman Gaoled For Shooting

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—In the Central Criminal Court to-day, Robert John Murray, 31, postman, was sentenced to seven years' ...

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  25. Will Investigate Council Quarry

    Greater Newcastle Council decided last night to set up a committee to determine what should be done with the Martin's Creek metal ...

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  26. Advertising

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  27. Moneylending Bill Before House

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A bill to amend the Moneylenders and Infants Loans Act passed the first reading in the Legislative Assembly ...

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  28. Hold Secret Ballot On Wage Cut

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The executive of the Process Engravers' Union decided this afternoon to hold a secret ballot to decide ...

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  29. Woman Alleges Rape Attempt

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A young married woman told Campsie, police to-night that a man who had promised to find her employment drove ...

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  30. Invitation to Royal Marine Band

    A Royal Marine band from H.M.S. Vanguard will be invited to visit Newcastle when the King and Queen arrive in Australia next ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. HISTORIC GRAVE DISCOVERED

    THE HAGUE, March 16. A.A.P.—Dutch archaeologists at The Hague have discovered the grave of Thomas Basin, Bishop of Lisieux ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. Court Advised Of Dock Strike

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Metal Trades Employers' Association referred the Cockatoo Dockyard dispute to-day to the Federal ...

    Article : 95 words
  33. Government Acts To Conserve Thorium

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Federal Cabinet to-day made a further move towards development of Australian resources of atomic energy. ...

    Article : 88 words
  34. 2d Worth Of Corned Meat For Britons

    LONDON, March 16. A.A.P.—One-sixth of the weekly meat ration for Britons will be in the form of canned corned meat from Sunday, ...

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  35. Too Few Migrants For Rocket Range

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Quotas of migrants for Australia would not be large enough to provide sufficient workers for the rocket ...

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  36. Ex-Policeman Fined On Tax Count

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Roy Edward Munro, former policeman and now a publican, was fined £10 in the Summons Court to-day for not ...

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  37. A.N.A. Will Not Enter Air Fare War

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Managing Director of A.N.A. (Mr. I. N. Holyman) said to-day his company did not intend to enter ...

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  38. Mr. Sharkey Stranded at Singapore

    SINGAPORE, Mar. 16. A.A.P.—The President of the Australian Communist Party (Mr. L. L. Sharkey) is stranded at Singapore ...

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  39. Firemen's Application for Appeal Dismissed

    PERTH, Tuesday.—An application by Mahamed Jama Omer, 27, North African, ship's fireman, for leave to appeal against the death ...

    Article : 105 words
  40. Cyclist Hits Dog

    Reginald James, 17, of Cathcart-street, West Maitland, Railway Department callboy, was treated for a fractured jaw, bruises to the right ...

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  41. Negroes' Convictions Thrown Out

    WASHINGTON, March 16. A.A.P.—The Supreme Court threw out the convictions of nine Negroes tried on various charges after ...

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  42. POLICE SEIZE RICE IN CHINESE SHOP

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Police raided a shop at Petersham to-night, and seized a ton and a half of bagged rice, and arrested two ...

    Article : 67 words
  43. NEW CHANCELLOR FOR W.A. UNIVERSITY

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Ald. E. W. Gillett, Pro-chancellor of the University of Western Australia since 1943, has been elected Chancellor ...

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  44. LEGION RE-ELECTS MR. McDONALD

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Mr. Barry McDonald was to-day re-elected Federal President of the Australian Legion of Ex-servicemen ...

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  45. Friday Pay for Builders

    Newcastle branch of the Master Builders' Association rejected a request by the Building Workers' Industrial Union to pay wages on ...

    Article : 47 words
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