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  4. 40 UNIONISTS START WORK

    The death took place suddenly late this morning of Mrs E. M. Hanlon, wife of the Premier, soon after she had been admitted to the Mater Hospital. She had been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Police Seize Diplomatic Liquor in Dance Raid

    CANBERRA: Diplomats and leading Canberra citizens had their liquor confiscated by police last night when Canberra's major Victory Night celebration--a supper-dance at Barton House--went unexpectedly dry after it had been in progress for several ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 372 words
  6. Zillmere Bacon Plant Sign-on

    Fifty members of the Australian Meat Industry Employees' Union offered for work at Zillmere bacon factory this morning. Forty of them started immediately, and the 10 others will be put on as the plant approaches full capacity. ...

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  7. Police Watch

    When 40 union members who had previously been on strike reported for work at ...

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  8. £120 Fine For Having Tobacco

    Charles William West, 26, miner, was fined £120 in the Police Court today when he pleaded ...

    Article : 262 words
  9. Hearing Restored By Operation

    SYDNEY: Almost completely deaf when she sailed for the United States four months ago. Mrs Barbara ...

    Article : 157 words
  10. Five Victory Party Girls to Tour Germany

    LONDON, June 10 (AAP): After a series of telephone calls between Australian Army Headquarters in London and BAOR headquarters in ...

    Article : 103 words
  11. DIPHTHERIA SCARES BOOST IMMUNISATION

    Diphtheria outbreaks in country centres boosted city immunisation figures last week. A total of 232 children were immunised at the City Hall clinic last ...

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  12. Buranda Man Drowned

    While attempting to free a coal barge stranded on a mudbank in the Brisbane River ...

    Article : 190 words
  13. BIG THEFT OF ART TREASURES

    LONDON, June 10 (AAP): Police are investigating the disappearance from the wartime refuge in London of ...

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  14. MEAT EXPORTERS DECLINE PARTEY

    After a meeting of meat exporters this afternoon their representative (Mr T. Lewis) said that the exporting companies regretted that they could not accede to the request of the Premier (Mr ...

    Article : 157 words
  15. Tram Jobs End

    A number of female tramways employees who had given excellent service during the manpower shortage finished ...

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  16. 23 DEAD IN U.S. ARMY PLANE CRASH

    NEW YORK, June 10 (AAP): The American Associated Press correspondent at West Palm Beach, Florida, reports it has been ...

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  17. MORE BRITISH BRIDES ON WAY

    SYDNEY: Another big batch of servicemen's wives from England is on its way to Australia, the Minister for Repatriation (Mr Frost) ...

    Article : 98 words
  18. TWO BIG RACE CARNIVALS COST BOOKMAKERS £300,000

    It is reliably estimated that the QTC and Doomben carnivals cost Brisbane bookmakers an aggregate of approximately £300,000. Saturday, it is claimed, cost the fielders in actual cash about £70,000. It seems a very big sum for local ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 379 words
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  21. Years' Delay In Murder Charge Case

    SYDNEY: A murder trial had been delayed for years because the man accused of the crime had been in a mental ...

    Article : 253 words
  22. 40-Hour Case Tour Rejected

    MELBOURNE: The Full Arbitration Court did not intend to travel around Australia inspecting country printing and other premises, ...

    Article : 251 words
  23. War Costs In Excess Of Estimate

    CANBERRA: With war and defence expenditure from revenue and loan funds approximately £5millons in excess of the Budget estimate ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. Stop Press

    THE BRITISH LEGATION in Damascus (Syria) denied that the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, whose arrival has created an international ...

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  25. Aged Woman Bike Rider Falls

    NEW YORK, June 10 (AAP): At Portland, Oregon, Mrs Josephine McLoughlin fell and broke her leg on the way home ...

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  26. Big Punter Not At Settling

    There was a stir when a punter, who bets well, failed to put in an appearance at settling day. However, the president of the ...

    Article : 95 words
  27. MOVE TO END HOUSE OF LORDS

    LONDON, June 10: The political Labour Party is "gunning' for the House of Lords, and a resolution for its ...

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