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  2. MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 122 words
  3. TIDES, SUN AND MOON

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  4. MARINES' LIGHTNING DRIVE TO SEOUL

    TOKIO, September 17 (AAP.-Reuter).—American Marines last night were fighting grimly for Seoul, after their lightning spearhead drive from the Korean coast. ...

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  5. WILDFLOWERS FOR ROYALTY

    RED CROSS official, Miss Jose Whitfield, packing three bouquets of Australian wildflowers which left Sydney by air for England and America. The Queen, Princess Elizabeth, and Mn. Truman will each receive bouquets. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Waterside Strike May End To-day

    SYDNEY, September 17.—Sydney waterside workers on strike since Thursday night would resume work to-morrow if suspensions on the 1572 men were lifted without penalty, Mr. T. Nelson ...

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  7. HE HAD TO ARGUE FOR INVASION

    TOKIO, September 16.—General MacArthur had to argus with the U.S. joint Chiefs of Stiff to get permission for the ...

    Article : 254 words
  8. FOUR WINS BY TOWNSVILLE BAND

    ADELAIDE, September 17.—Twelve thousand people attended the final tendered of the Australian band championships ...

    Article : 193 words
  9. Air Baiting Of Dingoes Intensifieds

    BRISBANE, September 17.—Over 300,000 dingo baits will be dropped from the air in Novem­ber over an area of 54,0000 ...

    Article : 283 words
  10. lAir Survey Sights Big Fish Shoals

    ADELAIDE, September 17.—An B.A.A.F. reconnaissance air-craft has reported sighting a shoal of pilchards and mackered ...

    Article : 148 words
  11. Spender To Lead U.N. Delegation

    CANBERRA, September 17.—The Minister for External Af­fairs (Mr. P.C. Speeder) will lead the Australian detentionn ...

    Article : 252 words
  12. COKE MAY FIND NEW MARKETS

    BRISBANE, September 17.—There was probably a wide market for Queensland coke in iron and steel production. Mr. A. A. ...

    Article : 237 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN VIEW SUPPORTED

    NEW YORK, September 17.—Australia's attitude on the Japanese peace treaty was under-standable, because it is not easy ...

    Article : 195 words
  14. Union Leader Says Ban Communism

    LONDON, September 16.—A call on the British Government to ban the communist Party was made by Arthur Deakin ...

    Article : 115 words
  15. BOY DROWNED IN BRICK PIT

    SYDNEY, September 17.— A Richard seven-year-old [?] Richard Jansen, was drowned in a disused brick pit this afternoon ...

    Article : 78 words
  16. JETS' SUPERB JOB IN KOREAn

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—Statements that jet fighters were not meeting expectations in Korea were not true, United ...

    Article : 127 words
  17. BANKS TIGHTEN UP ON LOANS0

    BRISBANE, September 17.—The Real Estates Institute president (Mr. D. Dun worth) Mid to-night; that banks ware tightening up on ...

    Article : 208 words
  18. FRIGATE SUNK BY MINE-51 LOST

    LONDON, September 17.—Reuter's Saint Malo (Brittany) correspondent says up to late last night 21 bodies had been recovered ...

    Article : 75 words
  19. DINGHY IN TOW OF DUGONG

    MARYBOROUGH, September 17.—At noon on Saturday, Arthur Whittaker was returning to Torquay in his motor boat from ...

    Article : 101 words
  20. NATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING ITSELF

    BRISBANE, September 17.—Queensland's native problem would gradually solve itself said the Queensland University ...

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  21. WOOL SALES TO BEGIN TO-DAY

    BRISBANE, Sepember 17.—Between £8,000,000 and £9,000,000 is expected to be realised for 61,884 bales of wool to be sold in ...

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  22. AIR SUPPORT VITAL IN KOREA

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—There was little doubt that with­out air support in Korea the United States and South Korean ...

    Article : 219 words
  23. PRICE RISE FOR LEAD AND ZINC

    SYDNEY, September 17.—New South Wales Prices Minister (Mr. F J. Finnan) raid to-night that the price of virgin lead and for ...

    Article : 128 words
  24. DRIVE TO STEP UP RECRUITING

    BRISBANE, September 17.—Immediate stepping up of the re-cruiting drive is expected follow-ing discussions in Brisbane this ...

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  25. SABOTAGE ON BRITISH SHIP

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—An attempt was made at the week­end to sabotage the British freighter, Devon, at Victoria dock. ...

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  26. TEACHERS WANT WAGE INCREASEd

    SYDNEY, September 17.—The Council of the New South Wales Teachers' Federation decided on Saturday to ask the Publicc ...

    Article : 111 words
  27. Mr. Fodden Resting 'Somewhere In West'

    BRISBANE, September 17.—The Federal Treasurer (Mr. Fadden) is having a rest "somewhere in west Queensland," a member of ...

    Article : 75 words
  28. Mustang Overturns When Landing

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—A Mustang fighter aircraft returning from Air Force Week displays in Adelaide, pitched ...

    Article : 99 words
  29. RADAR BOON TO SHIPPINGn

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—Radar was the greatest tingle boon to snipping that had been developed In recent times, saidd ...

    Article : 162 words
  30. Railway Guard On Pilfering Chargec

    WARWICK?, September 17.—This is a very serious thing, more particularly as it is a case of railway employee stealing goods ...

    Article : 157 words
  31. GERMANS PERISH IN SOVIET CAMPS

    BERLIN, September 17.—The "fighters against inhumanity" movement staled to-day that 96.000 Germans out of nearly ...

    Article : 75 words
  32. MAN INJURED IN BABINDA FIRE

    BABIND A, September 17.—A four-roomed cottage occupied by six railway men, the properly of the Queensland Railways, and ...

    Article : 98 words
  33. DARING THEFT AT LEAGUE FINAL

    IPSWICH, September 17.—Police are investigating the disappearance of £107 in notes and coins, the gate takings at the ...

    Article : 156 words
  34. GALES SWEEP ENGLISH COAST

    LONDON, September 17.—Gales swept the coast of Britain last night and continued to-day, causing small ships to race for ...

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  35. SABOTAGE ATTEMPT AT BUNNERONGe

    SYDNEY, September 17.—An attempt to sabotage the Bunnerong power house upon which Sydney relies for itss ...

    Article : 225 words
  36. URANIUM FIND MAY SHIFT ROADo

    DARWIN, September 17.—A section of the famous north-south Stuart Highway, linking Darwin and Alice Springs may have to be ...

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  37. PAWNBROKER HIT WITH IRON BAR

    MELBOURNE, September 17.— A St Kilda pawnbroker had seven stitches inserted in a head wound after he was bashed with ...

    Article : 82 words
  38. MIGRANTS SCARCE FOR LAND JOBS

    BRISBANE, September 17.—The Queensland Selectors' Association secretary (Mr. G. Humph­reys) said to-night thee ...

    Article : 179 words
  39. NEW AUSTRALIANS KEEP LIFE SAVERS OCCUPIED

    SYDNEY, September 17.—A Bondi lifesaver, Geoffrey Tyrrell (24) collapsed on the beach this afternoon after rescuing ...

    Article : 287 words
  40. AUSTRALIAN JET FIGHTERd

    SYDNEY, September 16.—The Hawker P1081 jet fighter, claimed to be the world's fastest night fighter in not expected to go intoo ...

    Article : 87 words
  41. WANTS ACTION ON JAP TREATY

    LONDON, September 16.—The New Zealand Minister for External Affairs (Mr. F. Doldge), who arrived here to-day for ...

    Article : 131 words
  42. FATAL COLLISION AT MACKAY

    MACKAY, September 17.—A girl was fatally Injured and two men wert seriously Injured as a result of a head-on collision ...

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  43. PAST A JOKE

    MELBOURNE, September 17.—An undertaker, several ambulances lances, two fire wagons and two wireless patrol-cars have called ...

    Article : 114 words
  44. Illness Weakens Labour Strength

    LONDON, September 16.—Nine labour Commoners are ill and may not he able to take part tn the vital Commons division on ...

    Article : 49 words
  45. LONDON WOOL SALES SEPT. 18

    LONDON, September 16.—A total of 90,900 bales will be offered at the fifth series of the London wool sales commencing on ...

    Article : 53 words
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