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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Hopes for averting a State-wide coal strike rest on a meeting between the Australian Workers' Union and the Miners' Federation to-morrow. ...

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  4. Duke of Windsor Visits Mother

    LONDON, Oct. 19 A.A.P.—The Duke of Windsor, Who is in England to pay a brief visit to his mother, Queen Mary, spent ...

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    Mr. Reg Russom, well-known Newcastle artist, completing a portrait of the Lord Mayor (Ald. Quinlan). The portrait will be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Troops Guard French Pits

    PARIS, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—Troops and security guards have been called out to protect coal pits as a result of a decision by the Communist-led miners' union to withdraw safety ...

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  7. Letter Delivered After 48 Years

    A MAN who missed the post in Australia 48 years ago has just had a letter delivered in England. ...

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  8. Plot To Kill President Of Korea

    SEOUL (Korea), Oct. 19. A.A.P.—The Police Chief, Kim Tai Sun, reported that there had been a dynamite plot against the life of ...

    Article : 232 words
  9. Speaker Gave Authority For Security Visit

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives (Mr. Clark) said in the House to-day that he gave his ...

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  10. Secret Ballots 'Not Matter for Government'

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Secret union ballots were not a matter for the Government, the Acting Premier (Mr. Baddeley) said in the ...

    Article : 279 words
  11. Jewish Planes Bomb Gaza

    LONDON, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—The Jewish Air Force is continuing to bomb Gaza, capital of the Palestine Arab Government, as well as Majdal, Falujja and other Arab-held towns in southern ...

    Article : 277 words
  12. £6000 Worth Of Timber Missing; "Arrests Soon"

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—A timber shortage of 94,000 super feet, valued at £6000, at Stafford housing project, was revealed by the ...

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  13. Shark Meshing For Newcastle

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Shark meshing would be introduced at Newcastle beaches this season, the Acting Premier (Mr. Baddeley) ...

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  14. Controls Go On Ship Charges

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Commonwealth abandoned control of shipping freights and passenger fares on the Australian coast ...

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  15. Government To Act On Victorian Bread Dispute

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The Minister for Labour (Mr. Hyland) said to-night that he would call a conference of all parties in the ...

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  16. Australia 'Not Safe Without 20M. Population'

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Australia could not withstand another challenge to her security without a population of 15 to 20 million said ...

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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Units of the 9th Division will take part in a combined ceremony at the Cenotaph on Saturday, the ...

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    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The United States Government is believed to have told the Common. wealth Government that it will honour obligations entered into in 1944 for the return of Manila and ...

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  19. Union Concern At Shearers' Move To N.Z.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The State Secretary of the Australian Workers' Union said to-day that he was concerned by a cabled report that ...

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  20. "Strike First" Policy In "Atomic" War Urged

    CONGRESS may not have time to declare war in the next atomic conflict, because the first blow will be struck with such ...

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  21. Admiralty To Inquire Into Boat Tragedy

    LONDON, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—The Admiralty stated that an inquiry into the Liberty boat tragedy in Portland Harbour, in which a ...

    Article : 228 words
  22. Indonesians In Java Clash With Dutch

    BATAVIA, Oct. 19. A.A.P.-Reuter.—A battalion of 750 Indonesian regulars from the crack Republican Siliwangi Division, ...

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  23. One Dead, 19 Injured; Gas Tank Explodes

    TEXAS CITY, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—The explosion of a gas tank last night killed a negro taxi driver and injured at least 19 people. ...

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    LONDON, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—More than 1200 British men and women—one woman for every 10 men—are likely to find themselves ...

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  25. 3 Fishermen Missing For Nearly a Month

    HOBART, Tuesday.—Despite an intensive aerial search extending over 600 miles, there was still no trace to-day of three fishermen ...

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  26. Former German War Chief Dead

    HAMBURG, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—Walter von Brauchitsch, former German Field-Marshal, has died in a British military hospital, where ...

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  27. Cabinet Fare Review Monday

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Cabinet will review on Monday fare concessions granted by the Transport Department. ...

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    PARIS, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—A French lifeboat and other vessels are searching the sea about 140 miles off Brest for the Danish yacht ...

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  29. Sydney Living Costs Up 43 p.c. On 1939

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The cost of living had risen 43 per cent. in Sydney since 1939, said a report to-day by the Acting ...

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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The body of William Chapman, 22, of Werrington, was found in a waterhole near the railway line at St. Mary's ...

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  31. U.S. Bomber Force Lands In U.K.

    LONDON, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—Six United States Superfortresses arrived at Scampton (Lincolnshire) to-day. ...

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  32. Volcano Kills 40; 200 Missing

    SANTIAGO (Chile), Oct. 19. A.A.P.—Four villages were destroyed and at least 40 people were killed when Mount Villarica, 400 ...

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    ATHENS, Oct. 19. A.A.P.—Greek planes dropped thousands of leaflets over guerilla territory calling on the rebels to give up ...

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