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  2. Hospitals "Facing Crisis:" Minister

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Hospitals in Australia were facing a crisis, the Minister for Health (Sir Earle Page) said to-day at a conference of Commonwealth and State Ministers ...

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  3. State Will Make Up Service Pay

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The State Government will make up the difference between State and service pay of public servants who ...

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  4. Survived Dog's Attack

    The wether, one of seven sheep taken to the oval to keep the grass down, is the only survivor of an attack by a dog one night last ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Clerks May Act Against Communists

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Anti-Communist members of the Federated Clerk's Union, at a mass meeting on Monday night, will discuss plans ...

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  6. Persistency On Korea Failed

    TOKYO, Aug. 15. A.A.P.-Reuter.—The Commander-in-Chief of B.C.O.F. (Lieut.-General Sir Horace Robertson) to-day said he had flatly declined a persistent request by Mr. ...

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  7. Stop-work Meeting "Inspired"

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. J. M. Galvin, Federal Conciliation Commissioner, said to-day that he thought a stop-work meeting of ...

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  8. New Indian Move On Korea

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P. —The appointment of a committee of the six non-permanent members of the United Nations Security ...

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  9. Last Bid By Seretse To Beat Exile

    LONDON, August 15.— Thirty-six hours before he is due to go into exile, the Bamangwato Chief Seretse Khama ...

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  10. Communists Expelled From School

    SINGAPORE, Aug. 15. A.A.P.-Reuter. —Six students at the Children Girls' High School in Singapore were sent back to their homes ...

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  11. Patricide Not Guilty But Insane

    LISMORE, Tuesday,—Kevin John Fields was found not guilty on the ground of insanity of the murder of his father, John Fields, ...

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  12. Indonesia Proclaimed Unitary State

    DJAKARTA, Aug. 15, A.A.P.-Reuter.— Before a packed House of Representatives and Senate, President Soekarno this morning ...

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    LONDON, August 15. A.A.P.—Information that is expected to allay official American uncertainty and uneasiness about the British attitude toward Formosa is being sent to the British Ambassador in ...

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  14. Plenty Of Beer Bottles, Says Union

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Secretary of the Glassworkers' Union (Mr. A. Markham) said to-day that there were "plenty of good beer ...

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  15. Clergyman's Rev. Wife Takes Over

    NEW YORK, August 15.— Rev. Arthur Wheeler collapsed from a heart attack while performing a marriage ...

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  16. Atom Blast Shelter For Tenants

    NEW YORK, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— Clifford McCaslin, who owns an apartment building in Oakland, California, decided that he needed ...

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  17. New Dogma For Roman Catholics

    VATICAN CITY, August 15. A.A.P.—The Pope will summon a Secret Consistory on October 30, following which the new dogma of ...

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  18. Pensioners' Rates To Be Subsidised

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Premier (Mr. McGirr) to-day announced Cabinet's decision to subsidise councils to half the amount ...

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  19. Hutton In Dashing Test Knock

    LONDON, August 15. A.A.P.— Len Hutton mastered the West Indies' bowling when the fourth Test was resumed at the Oval to-day ...

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  20. Farouk Pays £150 A Day Room Rent

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— King Farouk of Egypt has reserved 25 rooms at a cost of £150 a day for 11 days at the Hotel du Golf, ...

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  21. Moslems, Too Poor To Wed, Go Communist.

    HAIFA, August 15. A.A.P.— Moslems in Israel have complained to the Israeli Minister for Religions (Rabbi J. H. L. Maimon) that poor ...

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  22. Two Die In W.A. Plane Smash

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Two Perth business men were killed when a privately-owned Auster aircraft crashed in isolated country 120 miles ...

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  23. Many Children Sailing To Australia

    LONDON, August 15. A.A.P.— Dressed overall to mark her departure on her maiden voyage to Australia as an emigrant ship, the ...

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  24. Dental Surgery Demonstrations By Television

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Dental surgical operations will be televised for the first time in Australia at the Sydney Dental Hospital next ...

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  25. Three Earthquake Shocks In N.Z.

    WELLINGTON, August 15. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Rotorua had three short earthquake shocks late to-night. ...

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  26. Natives Equal To Whites: If Educated

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The aborigines in 20 years could emerge through a positive ordered education system into a most useful and ...

    Article : 149 words
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  28. U.S. Wants Allies To Increase Arms

    WASHINGTON, August 15. A.A.P.—The United States is reported to be preparing to ask its Atlantic Pact partners to increase ...

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  29. U.S. Watersiders Ban Cargo From Russia

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P. —Members of the New York branch of the International Longshoremen's Association refused to ...

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    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—India, which recently suspended the export licensing of cotton textiles, had found that it could release another ...

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  31. Cooperative Rice Mill For Irrigation Area

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Minister for Cooperative Societies (Mr. Evatt) said to-day that a rice mill would be operated in the ...

    Article : 90 words
  32. Empire Parliamentary Conference

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—State Parliamentarians to-day unanimously elected the Deputy Leader of the Country Party (Mr. Vincent) to ...

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  33. Commander Of N.Z. Artillery Force

    WELLINGTON, August 15. A.A.P.-Reuter.—The Minister for Defence (Mr. MacDonald) to-day announced the appointment of ...

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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Some city produce merchants now follow trucks of onions and potatoes by car to guard against pilfering. ...

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  35. Ex-Frogman Turns Artist

    A former Royal Navy frogman, Percy Sagar, sketching in the crew's quarters of the British freighter Ambassador at Silo Wharf yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  36. Transfusion Cures Baby Of Jaundice

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Doctors at Crown-street Women's Hospital have saved the life of a baby girl by replacing her blood with new ...

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  37. Rest Centres To Be Subsidised

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Government would subsidise the building of women's rest rooms in selected metropolitan, provincial and ...

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  38. Country Producers' Good Year

    The annual report and balance sheet of the Country Producers' Selling Company Limited, of Bridge-street, Sydney, shows a nett ...

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  39. Committed Suicide In The Morgue

    STRASBOURG, August 15. A.A.P.—Albert Horner, 46-year-old local restaurant owner, to-day walked into the local morgue and ...

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  40. Loan "Substantially Oversubscribed"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—he £50 million 10th Security Loan, which closed to-day, had been substantially oversubscribed, the ...

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  41. Lamb Price Drop Forecast

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The wholesale and retail prices of lamb should drop sharply within the next two weeks, Mr. T. A. Herbert said ...

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  42. Packard Motor Workers Strike

    DETROIT, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— The C.I.O. United Auto workers struck early to-day against the Packard Motor Company for throwing ...

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  43. Growers' Protest On Surcharge

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Vegetable Growers' Association has called a conference of growers on August 25 to protest against a 3d ...

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  44. Allies To Develop Naval Cooperation

    LONDON, August 15. A.A.P.— The Admiralty announced to-day that staff discussions and detailed studies by representatives of Britain, ...

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  45. Skull Found Near Swansea On Beach

    A human skull was found partially buried in sand near the water's edge on Salts Beach, Swansea, yesterday afternoon. ...

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    QUEBEC, August 15. A.A.P.— The Canada Steamship Line's cruise ship Quebee (42000 tons) caught fire yesterday while cruising in the ...

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