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  3. NEW DISPUTE ON TROOP CENSUS

    NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).—In the UNO General Assembly yesterday Russia renewed her objection to the inclusion of home-based troops in a world ...

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  4. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AS PORTERS

    Twenty-nine students (26 from the University) began vacation jobs with the Railways Department yesterday. They will earn 18/ a day, plus daily overtime, as porters and workers in the parcels branch. In this picture the assistant Stationmaster at Central, Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. WHARF STOPPAGE TO-MORROW Annual Leave Dispute

    All Australian ports will be idle to-morrow when 20,000 waterside workers will hold a one-day strike. The nation-wide stoppage has been called as a ...

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  6. Gas Dispute Moves: Union Hopes

    The secretary of the N.S.W. branch of the Gas Employees' Union, Mr. J. West, has "high hopes" of a settlement this week. ...

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  7. Mine Danger Fears Off Q'land Coast

    BRISBANE, Monday.—With the approach of the monsoonal storm season in North Queensland, hundreds of mines could be ...

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  8. OTHER DISPUTES

    Developments yesterday in Sydney industrial disputes include:— SLAUGHTERMEN: A strike of pig slaughtermen, which started at ...

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  9. Luxury Liner Europa Sinks In Harbour

    LONDON, December 9 (A.A.P.):—The 50,000ton one-time German luxury liner Europa this morning broke loose during a gale from her moorings in Le Havre Basin, crashed into a wreck, and sank. ...

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  10. Special Stretcher For Lift Rescue

    Ambulance officers used a special cliff rescue stretcher to rescue a seriously injured man who fell 20 feet down a lift well at the ...

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  11. United Nations Censure South Africa

    NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.). —The General Assembly of the United Nations last night censured the South African Government for ...

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  12. HOPES RAISED IN VICTORIA

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—A compromise settlement of the iron foundries' strike may be reached to-morrow following a conference ...

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  13. 10,000 TAX REFUNDS EXPECTED

    About half the 20,000 taxpayers who are expected to receive assessments before Christmas will be entitled to refunds. ...

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  14. "STALIN AS WELL AS EVER"

    LONDON, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).— "So far as we know, Premier Stalin's health is as good as ever," said an official of the Russian Embassy ...

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  15. Monkey Chase At University

    Three monkeys which escaped from the medical school at the University yesterday defied for an hour the combined chase of ...

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  16. Last Days To Find The Ball

    Entries for the second "Find the Ball" competition conducted by the "Herald" for the ...

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  17. BUS, LORRY COLLIDE

    About 20 people were showered with broken glass but escaped injury last night when the bus in which they were ...

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  18. INDONESIANS QUIT SHIP

    Although 20 Indonesian members of the crew had walked off during the afternoon, the Tasman sailed last night with 200 ...

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  19. BRITISH PLANES GROUNDED

    LONDON, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).— British European Airways has temporarily withdrawn from service its 21-passenger Vickers-Viking planes ...

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  20. TUGMEN STRIKE ON THAMES

    LONDON, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).— The Port of London has been paralysed by a sudden strike of Gravesend tugmen. ...

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  21. DACOITS RAID TOWN

    LONDON, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).—The Associated Press of America correspondent at Rangoon states that it is reported that 200 Dacoits (bandits) ...

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  22. BRITISH FILMS BANNED IN POLAND

    WARSAW, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).—The Polish censorship has banned 19 short British films, including "Australia Marches" and "Men of Timor." No ...

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  23. Christmas Coal Assured, Minister Says

    There would be ample coal stocks for essential services and industry during the miners' Christmas holiday period, the ...

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  24. Winner Of Art Union Prefers Her Own Home

    The War Veterans' Art Union No. 8, which was drawn last night, made a profit of about £50,000. First prize was a block of nine ...

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  25. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

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  26. BOMBS EXPLODE IN BARCELONA

    MADRID, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).— Bombs wrecked the front of the Spanish Youth Organisation's headquarters at Barcelona and others ...

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  27. R.S.L. URGED TO EXPEL MINISTER

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Members of Auburn sub-branch of the R.S.L. to-night unanimously agreed to a motion calling on the central ...

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  28. 'CORROBOREE' TO BE LONDON BALLET

    LONDON, Dec. 9.—Robert Helpmann, the Australian choreographer and dancer, will base his next London ballet on "Corroboree," the ballet ...

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  29. SUBTERRANEAN EARTH SHOCK

    TOKYO, Dec. 9 (A.A.P.).—Seismographs to-day recorded another extensive earthquake more than 50 miles underground near Tokyo. ...

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  30. TWO MINES IDLE

    Strikes at two northern collieries yesterday caused a production loss of 1,250 tons. The idle mines were Stockrington ...

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