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  4. EISENHOWER DEPLORES TALK OF ANOTHER WAR

    NEW YORK, June 3: Talk of "How, where or why the next war will be, fought" was branded as vicious by General Eisenhower ...

    Article : 109 words
  5. Nations Seek Russian Aid On Famine

    WASHINGTON, June 3 (AAP): Eighteen nations,, including Australia, New Zealand, Russia, India and South Africa, have been invited by the Combined Food ...

    Article : 344 words
  6. CABINET COAL TALKS COST NO OBJECT IN CONTROL'

    CANBERRA: Federal Cabinet is today preparing plans for Commonwealth control of the Australian coalmining industry. The control plan, it is ...

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  7. STATE DEFICIT MAY BECOME SURPLUS

    With eleven months of the financial year gone, the State Treasury consolidated revenue account shows an excess of expenditure of £79,685 over revenue. ...

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    THE MALARIA SQUAD of the Brisbane City Council is busy in the suburbs spraying stagnant water so that the anopheles, and other species of mosquito cannot breed. A sprayer is shown at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. STONE COLD ON OFFER OF £200,000

    LONDON, June 3: In London there is a man trying to buy a stone the size of a hen's egg for £200,000. He is a 43-year- old New ...

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  10. Building Group Stand On Overtime

    Adoption pf a policy of no overtime unless the unions grant a permit was adopted by the Building Trades Group last night. ...

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  11. Plant to Produce 100 Cars a Day

    SYDNEY: The Pagewood assembly plant of General Motors-Holdens Ltd. will be turning out 100 Chevrolets a ...

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  12. Miners Threat en Action Oyer Meat Trade Strike

    "Unless the State or Federal Governments intervene immediately, we will call aggregate meetings of our members on Wednesday, June 12, to recommend the taking of joint action with other unions to force a settlement of the meal dispute on pre-strike conditions that existed on March 1." ...

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  13. TEACHERS' STRIKE AT BUDAPEST

    BUDAPEST, June 3 (AAP): School teachers in Budapest stopped work and at a mass meeting asked for payment of their salaries ...

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  14. CENSORSHIP ON CRITICAL NOTES

    BUCHAREST. June 3 (AAP): The censorship has frobidden publication of British and American notes alleging that the Rumanian Government ...

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  15. C.O.D. PINEAPPLE CANNERY LIKELY ON BANYO LAND

    The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing today acquired neary 22 acres of council land between Northgate and Banyo. It is understood it will be used for the establishment of a pineapple cannery. The Council accepted the ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. ADELAIDE BEER SHORTAGE WORSE

    ADELAIDE: The beer shortage is getting worse and is now as severe as that during the war years. (Most city hotels are not pulling ...

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  17. COLD POLAR AIR NOW OVER Q'LAND

    Water in taps froze and pools were sheeted over with ice at Stanthorpe this morning when a grass reading of 10 degrees was recorded. The cold south to south-westerly ...

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  18. U.K. to Cut Battleships

    LONDON. June 3 (AAP): The Royal Navy's front line capital strength will shortly be ...

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  19. Cat With Dog's Ways

    NEW YORK: At Blythedale. Arkansas, Tom is really mixed up. He thinks he's a dog but he's not-- he's a cat. ...

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  20. Truman Receives New Soviet Ambassador

    WASHINGTON, June 3. (AAP): The newly-appointed Soviet Ambassador, M. Nikolai Novikov has presented his credentials to ...

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  21. DISCUSS SOLDIER LAND MATTERS

    Soldier land, settlement matters will be discussed with returned soldier organisations by the Minister for Lands (Mr Jones) when, ...

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  22. Temperature Had The Drop on City

    If you wondered why you still shivered despite overcoats, scarves and woollens this, morning, these figures will give you the answer: ...

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  24. Another Paralysis Case At Warwick

    A case of infantile paralysis, a boy of 15, was reported from Scots College, Warwick, today. There were four cases in the State ...

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  25. First Away

    London Airport at Heathrow became operational last week when the first air liner, a BOAC Lancastrian, took off ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  27. Daring Rail Robbery at Armidale

    ARMIDALE: A daring rail robbery at Armidale goods shed was discovered by the guard of an incoming goods train. ...

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  28. Former Nanking President Executed

    SHANGHAI, June (AAP): Chen Kung-Po, formerly Premier and President of the Nanking puppet government, was executed at ...

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  29. CECIL FARNHAM EDWARD STOP PRESS

    Mitted for sentence when evidence was completed in the Police Court on three charges of breaking and entering City garages and stealing cars. On ...

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  31. WOOLLEN PLAN CRITICS CANNOT HAVE IT BOTH WAYS, SAYS DEDMAN

    CANBERRA: Critics of the Government could not have it both ways, said the Customs ...

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  32. U.S. Navy's Use Of Blinker Signals

    NEW YORK. June 3 (AAP): The Washington corespondent of the "Herald Tribune" says the Navy revealed that combat ships during ...

    Article : 88 words
  33. KALININ DEAD

    LONDON. June 3 (AAP): Moscow radio has announced the death of M. Mikhail Ivanovich Kalinin, after a prolonged illness. ...

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