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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 6 words
  3. CITY FORECAST:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 26 words
  4. NEW A.N.A. ROUTES

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Privately- owned Australian National Airways is planning to operate ...

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  5. Gas Supply Rationed In Week-end

    Gas rationing in Sydney and Newcastle will not be lifted before midnight on Sunday because ...

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  6. COLUMN 8

    THE U.S. Task Force is due to-day. That should stop us talking of the dollar shortage for a ...

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  7. SOCIALIST SETBACK

    LONDON, Jan. 29 (A.A.P.). —The Conservative candidate, Mr. Charles McFarlane, has won the Camlachie (Glasgow) ...

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  8. CRISIS NEAR IN FRANCE Currency Bill In Danger

    LONDON, January 29.—In the French Assembly to-day, the Premier, M. Robert Schuman, faces possible defeat on the proposal to establish ...

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  9. Australians Return From Guam With Mixed Feelings

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—An American troop-carrying Skymaster which landed at Eagle Farm to-night brought 'back 29 Australians who had been working for the United ...

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  10. Union Rift On Aid For Europe

    LONDON, January 29. —The British Trades Union Congress may force a showdown with the ...

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  11. OPPOSED TO FREE MARKET

    The Premier announced last night that the Cabinet would meet this morning under the chairmanship of ...

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  12. KETCH STILL IN LEAD

    Kurrewa III, the Victorian ketch which has held the lead in the Auckland-Sydney yacht race, ...

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  13. A.R.U. THREAT DEFIED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. —The Victorian Government would not be deterred by union threats, the Premier, ...

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  14. Davis Cup Dollar Problems

    Sporting bodies in Australia are finding increasing financial problems in sending teams ...

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  15. ALL BANKS CLOSE DOWN

    It is officially stated that the French banks will remain closed from to-day until Saturday, pending the ...

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  16. F.E.D.F.A. CLAIM POSTPONED

    The Central Coal Reference Board yesterday postponed the hearing of a claim by the Federated Engine-Drivers and ...

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  17. CRUISERS FOR SCRAP-HEAP

    LONDON, January 29 (A.A.P.).—Five more cruisers, Danae, Delhi, Caledon, Colombo, and Kent, are to ...

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  18. Rat-catchers For Europe

    NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (A.A.P.).—Fifty-thousand cats to catch rats nibbling away Europe's precious ...

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  19. Plane Wreckage Reported Near Kiandra

    ADAMINABY, Thursday.—The wreckage of a plane was reported to-night in wild country about five ...

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  20. WARDERS FINED

    The Public Service Board yesterday fined two warders for negligence in the escape of Crofton ...

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  21. AUSTRALIAN SHIPMENT

    HONG KONG, Jan. 29 (A.A.P.-Reuter).—The Australian Trade Commissioner, Mr. R. Hazzard, has advised an ...

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  22. 133d PAID FOR WOOL

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A new seasonal record of 133d for wool was paid at the Geelong ...

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  23. INTERMEDIATE RESULTS

    Country results of the N.S.W. Intermediate Certificate examination are published to-day on pages 6 and 7. ...

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  24. QUEENSLAND SURVEY

    CANBERRA, Thursday. —Members of the British Food Mission will make a flying visit to Queensland ...

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  25. NO DISCUSSION ON AUSTRALIAN £

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, said to-day that the question of altering the exchange rate of the ...

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  26. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    FRENCH CRISIS.—The Premier of France may be defeated in the Assembly on the proposal to establish a free ...

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  27. U.S. Warships Due In Sydney To-day

    Six ships of the United States Navy's Task Force 38 are due to arrive at Sydney Heads at 8 o'clock ...

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  28. Right-wingers' Victory In Key Union Vote

    The re-election of Mr. C. Anderson as president of the N.S.W. Trades and Labour Council last night was a ...

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  29. MORE BUILDING MATERIALS

    CANBERRA, Thursday.— Production of building materials rose during October, but fewer building fittings were ...

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  30. MANY HAPPY TAX RETURNS

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— Of the many congratulatory messages which the pioneer meat exporter. Sir William Angliss, ...

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  31. LESS PETROL FOR NEW ZEALAND

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuters).—The present 5 per cent. cut in petrol to resellers in New Zealand will be ...

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