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  2. FRANCE AGAIN CUTS IMPORTS

    LONDON, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.). — France, facing growing financial difficulties, last night announced steps to cut her imports still further, and intensify her ...

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  3. Talks Sought On Flaws In Boilers

    The Sydney County Council yesterday asked the chairman, Councillor P. D. Hills, to discuss ...

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  4. FRIEND SOBS AT CONSTABLE'S FUNERAL

    Constable R. Phillips, a close friend of Constable G. Howell, who died last Saturday from gunshots, broke down at Howell's funeral in Melbourne yesterday. The victim's mother and friends of the murdered man tried to console Constable Phillips. Howell was shot when he disturbed a man interfering with cars outside a picture theatre. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. INDUSTRY NOT HALTED

    The metal workers' 24-hour Australia-wide strike, which began at midnight last night (see Page 1), may not cause as much loss of production in Sydney and ...

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  6. Egypt Says New Talks 'Long Time Off Yet'

    CAIRO, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.).—The Egyptian Prime Minister, Ali Maher Pasha, said ...

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  7. NEW STEVEDORE BOARD ADVOCATED

    CANBERRA, Monday. —A Federal Cabinet sub-committee has recommended the ...

    Article : 330 words
  8. Rest Intervals For Royal Couple

    CANBERRA, Monday.—The Minister in Charge of the Royal Visit, Mr. E. J. Harrison, said to-day that plenty of intervals for rest had been provided for Princess ...

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  9. "FULL-DRESS" TALKS TO-MORROW IN KOREA

    NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.).—A full-dress meeting of senior truce delegates will take place ...

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  10. ANTI-CHURCH ACTIONS BY REDS LISTED

    ROME, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.). —Communist authorities in 12 countries have gaoled, deported or exiled nearly ...

    Article : 237 words
  11. Many Dutch Want To Be Australians

    Many Dutch people wanted to come to Australia, the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Alderman E. O'Dea, said last night when ...

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  12. DISPUTE OPENS ARMS TALK

    PARIS, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.). — Russia and the Western Powers differed on the first question raised when the ...

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  13. ENGINEERS DEFY STRIKE ORDER

    MELBOURNE, Monday.— The Victorian branch of the Australasian Society of Engineers to-night defied a ...

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  14. TRANSPORT CHIEF ILL

    The Commissioner for Road Transport and Tramways. Mr. A. A. Shoebridge, is ill in the Canterbury District ...

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  16. Wounded Man Arrested After Chase

    MELBOURNE, Monday. —A man was arrested on a crowded city-bound tram to-day bleeding from bullet ...

    Article : 164 words
  17. Not Too Old At 60 Now

    LONDON, Feb. 4.— From to-day the retire-at60 rule for British Civil servants is to be scrapped. ...

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  18. Hand-knitted Jumpers From Abroad

    ACCENT is on sleeves in the latest overseas hand-knitted jumpers. ...

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  19. UNION SEES NO IMPROVEMENT

    The general secretary of the Waterside Workers' Federation, Mr. J. Healy, said last night that the federation had ...

    Article : 109 words
  20. Scandinavian Pulp Cartel Report

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (A A P) —A House of Representatives sub-committee said yesterday that ...

    Article : 155 words
  21. MANHUNT IN GERMANY FOR U.S. SOLDIER

    NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.).—The greatest manhunt in West Germany's post-war history is on for an American soldier who escaped from Mannheim prison yesterday, says ...

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  22. DEATH OF MR. ICKES

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.).—Mr. Harold L. Ickes, until recent years one of America's best-known ...

    Article : 93 words
  23. CONCERN OVER DISMISSALS

    The general president of the Textile Workers' Union. Mr. R. H. Erskine, M.L.C.. said last night his union ws ...

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  24. HIGHER FEES FOR JURORS

    Increased fees for jurors operated from yesterday. The new rates are 35/ for a full day and 20/ for half a day. ...

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  25. Bridge Is There, Now They Want A River

    NEW YORK, Feb. 4.— The Decatur, Nebraska, City Council yesterday asked President Truman to ...

    Article : 197 words
  26. Chased By His Teeth (They Didn't Catch Up)

    Private J. K. Larkin, of Martini Parade, Lithgow, said yesterday that the Army sent him back ...

    Article : 192 words
  27. CZECHS FLEE EMBASSY

    LONDON, Feb. 4 (A.A.P.).—Three employees of the Czechoslovak Embassy in London have fled ...

    Article : 63 words
  28. 23 DIED IN HURRICANE

    SUVA, Monday.—The hurricane which battered Fiji a week ago caused 23 deaths, including five in ...

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  29. NEW AUSTIN A40 MODEL

    LONDON, February 4 (A.A.P.). — The Austin Motor Company announces a new model A40 Somerset ...

    Article : 52 words
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