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  2. Drought causes butter loss

    BRISBANE. Friday. — Because of the drought Queensland will import 12,000 boxes of butter from Victoria between June 18 and July 9, the Butter Marketing Board general manager, Mr G. W. Coombs, announced today. ...

    Article : 276 words
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    Advertising : 850 words

    A petition for the winding up of T. L. Adams Pty Ltd, of Ainslie Avenue, City, was adjourned generally yesterday by Mr Justice Dunphy on the application of the petitioner, Richard Henry Talbot Adams, of Supply Place, Red Hill. Mr P. Murphy, for the ...

    Article : 921 words
  5. New trial for men in gold bullion theft

    WINCHESTER, Hampshire, Friday (AAPRcuter). — A high court jury here was unable to agree today on a verdict in the trial of two merchant seamen in the Capetown Castle ...

    Article : 284 words
  6. Gaol for man with 2 'wives'

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Boro Trojanovic, the man with two "wives," was sentenced today to eight years' ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. Judge farewelled

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Mr Justice Keith Aubrey Ferguson was speechless with emotion today when he was farewelled from the Bench. "I am sorry but I am so overcome." he said after ...

    Article : 79 words
  8. Mother 'killed to relieve [?]oredom'

    SYDNEY, Friday.— A judge said today he thought the Child Welfare Department should step in at once to help the children of a woman charged with went to murder. ...

    Article : 304 words
  9. Remand on murder charges

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— A City Court magistrate was asked today to obtain a psychiatric report on John ...

    Article : 126 words
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