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  2. A FICTITIOUS PANACEA

    The declaration of the Australian Council of Trade Unions that nationalisation is “the real solution of the coal problem” is not surprising, ...

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  3. UNWELCOME STRANGERS

    Unwelcome strangers have appeared in the unprotected piles of the breast wharf of the Mackay Harbour. It is possible the ...

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  4. Up River & Gregory Notes

    Miss Joyce Deicke (Bowen) has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Deicke at Collingvale. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Deicke and ...

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  7. SHAPE OF POLITICS TO COME

    Once more a chill wind which has nothing to do with the icy temperatures outside is blowing through the Labour lobbies in Parliament House. ...

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  13. “A GLIMPSE OP PARADISE”

    Heaven ! I thought. Yes, no doubt about it, this is Heaven, and I'm in it. What a surprise ! in a hazy way I remembered that ever since a boy, I had ...

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