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  4. Will Ban Return Of Girls to Manila Calwell Declares

    If the Minister for Immigration (Mr. Calwell) has his way the 15 Australian girls flown to Manila and brought back recently will not be allowed to return there. "They can relinquish any idea that they ...

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  5. AWU Boycott of Meeting of Timber Strikers

    The meeting called for next Tuesday night in the Trades Hall by the Timber Workers' Strike Committee will be ignored by the Australian Workers' Union. ...

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    START of the scratch handicap race of the South Brisbane 16-ft. Skiff Club on the Milton ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Premier on Next State Governor

    "I know nothing of any name put forward as a likely Governor of the State in succession to Sir ...

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  8. Eden Hint As UNO Secretary

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): The United States Secretary of State (Mr Byrnes) stated ...

    Article : 263 words
  9. Engine Gives 6,000 Feet Per Minute Climb

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): It is revealed that the Rolls Royce Griffon engine enables a plane to climb 6,000 feel per minute. ...

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  10. U.S. Request Ignored

    NEW YORK, January 11 (AAP): The Assistant Secretory of the State (Mr. Acheson), in a news conference today, said that despite ...

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  11. BIG LOSS LIKELY OVER NG DEALS

    LAE, January 12: Several million pounds worth of spare parts—enough with those on the mainland to meet Australia's needs for 20 years—have been stored in New Guinea, and dealers ...

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  12. Petrol Price Cut is Unlikely

    CANBERRA: A plea by the Australian Automobile Association for a reduction in petrol price through the use of the surplus money in the ...

    Article : 197 words
  13. SMALL NATIONS WIN LIVELY U.N.O. DEBATE

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): The referring to the legal committee of the United Nations Organisation of the Cuban amendment to the Preparatory Commission's report governing the appointment of the Assembly's general committee is regarded as a victory for the smaller nations, states the ...

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  14. HARRIMAN FLIES TO LONDON

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): The United States Ambassador to Moscow (Mr Harriman) has arrived in London by air from Europe. ...

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  15. Baby Chimp. Has Peep

    Study in expression as Helen, the baby chimpanzee at Bristol Zoo, England, takes a peep through the bars of her cage at the strange ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Stop Press

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  17. Still Raining On Tropical Coast

    Heavy rain is still falling on the tropical coast, but registrations received today by the State Meteorologist. (Mr ...

    Article : 317 words
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    THIS Canadian sergeant, who is a member of the occupying force in Germany, has two German engineers working as clerks for him. He regards them as quite efficient in this line of work. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Windsor No Definite Plans For Future

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): The Duke of Windsor, before flying to Paris, said he had no definite plans for the future, yet he expected to ...

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  20. Death for Treason

    LONDON, January 11: Thomas Heller Cooper, clerk, who fought with the Adolf Hitler Division, was found guilty of treason and ...

    Article : 85 words
  21. Bandits Wipe Out Police Post in Sicily

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): A large force of bandits armed with automatic we[?]pons and hand grenades swooped down on a ...

    Article : 86 words
  22. CHINA PLANS TO MAKE CARS

    CHUNGKING, January 11: China plans to enter the motor car manufacturing field, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of ...

    Article : 55 words
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  24. CAMP ALLEGATIONS CAUSE TRIAL STIR

    NUREMBERG, January 11 (AAP): When the war crimes trials were resumed today, counsel for Frick and Rosenberg denied that his clients had ever visited Dachau concentration camp "to amuse ...

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  25. Influence of Australians Easily Seen

    BATAVIA, January 11: The ranks, of the Australian correspondents in Batavia are thinning now, but the influence ...

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  26. Letter Travelled The World

    LONDON, January 11: After travelling round the world a letter posted at Wakefield, Yorkshire, last September, has been ...

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  27. Royal Family In Boarding House

    LONDON, January 11: The Duchess of Kent has taken her three children for a holiday to a three-storey four guineas a ...

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  28. PROTESTANT UPSURGE IN GERMANY

    NEW YORK, January 11: Three members of a Federal Council (an American church organisation) deputation which recently returned ...

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  29. Assault Cost Earl's Son £195

    LONDON. January 11 (AAP): Captain Robert Cecil, son of Lord Cranborne, was fined £5 for assaulting a "Daily Mirror" photographer, ...

    Article : 98 words
  30. ½M. IDLE IN ARGENTINA

    NEW YORK, January 11 (AAP): The "New York Past's" Buenos Aires correspondent says that more than half a million are idle in ...

    Article : 88 words
  31. VIC. INDUSTRIES TO RESUME

    MELBOURNE: Most Victorian industries which have been held up through lack of coal will be able to resume next week. However, ...

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  32. Demonstrate in Italy

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): A violent demonstration by unemployed and ex-prisoners of war has again been reported from Italy, ...

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  33. U.K. Demonstration

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): Five hundred American soldiers participated in a meeting of protest against their slow repatriation, outside the ...

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  34. ARREST FOR CAIRO ASSASSINATION

    CAIRO, January 11 (AAP): The Egyptian Public Prosecutor's office announced that a young man had confessed to the murder of Amin ...

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  35. Guarding UNO Delegates

    LONDON, January 11 (AAP): Elaborate steps are being taken by Scotland Yard detectives and American G-men in collaboration ...

    Article : 102 words
  36. New Records for Heliocopter

    NEW YORK, January 10: An unloaded Sikorsky army-type helicopter established two international records, attaining an altitude of ...

    Article : 45 words
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