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  2. MARK-UP CUTS

    A leading Sydney retailer said last night the reduction in retailers' mark-up margins for ...

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  3. Investigator Of N.G. Case To-day

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, said to-night, he would announce the ...

    Article : 330 words
  4. Drug Kills Dreaded Cattle Fly

    LONDON, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.).—British scientists have discovered a drug that will kill the ...

    Article : 225 words
  5. JAMBOREE OPENED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— Scouts at the Pan-Pacific Jamboree at Wonga Park had a golden opportunity of helping to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. HODGSON AGAIN ATTACKS DUTCH

    LONDON, Dec. 30.—The Australian UNO delegate, Col. W. R. Hodgson, said in the Security Council in Paria last night that the Dutch had ...

    Article : 96 words
  7. ZINC AND LEAD PRICES RISE

    The home consumption price of zinc will be raised by £18 a ton and lead by £13 a ton, from to-morrow. The N.S.W. Prices Minister, Mr. F. J. Finnan, ...

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  8. FIGHTING STILL LIKELY

    The Dutch delegate, Mr. J. H. van Royen, said political prisoners would be released on condition they refrained from ...

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  9. "HANDS OFF RUHR"

    LONDON, Dec. 30.—German political leaders to-day launched a "hands off the Ruhr" campaign. ...

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  10. NEW AWARD FOR RADIO MEN

    War risk bonuses for wireless operators on ships in the Australian coastal trade will end to-morrow with the ...

    Article : 128 words
  11. Jews Reported Over Border

    LONDON, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.).—Jewish troops are reported to have crossed the Egyptian border and penetrated to within six miles of El Arish in the Sinai Peninsular, a British Foreign Office ...

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  12. FALL FROM TRAIN: YOUTH KILLED

    A railway cadet-engineer was killed when he fell from a train near Stanmore station yesterday while on his way to work. ...

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  13. DUTCH ENVOY SEES BEVIN

    The Dutch Ambassador to Britain, Jonkheer Michiels van Veriynen, yesterday called on the British Foreign Minister, ...

    Article : 312 words
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  15. Tojo's Ashes "Not In Grave"

    TOKYO, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.[?] Reuter). — A Japanese employee at Yokohama crematorium said to-day that the ...

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  16. ANTI-CHURCH CAMPAIGN

    LONDON, Dec 30.—New signs are appearing of a growing campaign against the Roman Catholic Church in ...

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  17. WHARF BAN STAYS

    The Dutch decision to cease hostilities in Indonesia will not affect the ban by the Australian Waterside Workers' Federation ...

    Article : 63 words
  18. "DANGEROUS" LETTERS

    LONDON, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.).—A closed court at Chelsea Barracks to-day heard evidence about ...

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  19. Television, Giant Magnet In New Diving Bell

    LONDON, December 30 (A.A.P.).—A German scientist claimed yesterday that he had perfected a diving bell ...

    Article : 124 words
  20. HE SLAPPED TOJO

    TOKYO, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.). —A mental hospital here to-day released the man who slapped Tojo's head in court, ...

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  21. DOCTORS' FEES

    The Minister for Health Mr. C. A. Kelly, said last night that the Health Department could tell any patients ...

    Article : 161 words
  22. General Given "Free Wish"

    LONDON, December 30 (A.A.P.).— Field'Marshal Viscount Alexander in 1943 granted General von Arnim, ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. Bing Crosby Still Best Box-office Draw

    NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— Both British and American film exhibitors have nominated Bing Crosby the best ...

    Article : 138 words
  24. HYDE PARK CONCERT

    The Professional Musicians' Band will play in Hyde Park at 2.30 p.m. next Sunday. The conductor will be Wal, Brown. ...

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