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  4. WAVE OF TERROR IN PALESTINE

    JERUSALEM, Monday (A.A.P.): A violent wave of anti-British feeling following yesterday's tragic explosion in the heart of Jerusalem, in which at least 51 persons were killed, is being fanned by Jewish organisations. ...

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  5. DERAILING OF GOODS TRAIN

    LITHGOW, Monday: Police and railway officials investigating the derailment of a goods train on the western line between Blackheath and Lithgow early this morning believe hoodlums or fanatics were ...

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  6. BEATING THE HEAT

    A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy kept himself cool and also gave the same service to his 13-months-old brother by squirting the water from this drinking fountain at Bondi at the week-end. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. U.S. "Military Intervention in China"

    NEW YORK, Monday (A.A.P.): The former Vice-President, Mr. Henry Wallace, who is to contest the next Presidential election for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Good Efforts in Quiz Elimination

    MELBOURNE, Monday: Judged by the results of the first elimination contest held in Melbourne and all other capital cities on ...

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  9. Starved to Death to Keep Daughter Alive

    SYDNEY, Monday: A six-year old Italian girl, Marilena Val, who flew to Melbourne today with ...

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  10. 200 MAROONED ON TRAIN; W.A. FLOODS

    PERTH, Monday: Nearly 200 train passengers who are marooned in the Perth Kalgoorlie express because of floods which ...

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  11. Q'LAND RAILMEN WILL IGNORE ORDER TO RETURN

    BRISBANE, Monday: The Queensland Government and railway strikers are still deadlocked in the railway dispute ...

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  12. Premier on Speedy Loading of Wheat Ships

    SYDNEY, Monday: Inquiries were made by the Department of Agriculture last year into the use of mechanical ...

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  13. DEATHROLL HEAVY IN RAIL SMASH

    ZURICH. Monday. (A.A.P.): Between 14 and 20 people were killed in a railway crash yesterday at Waidenswil, on the ...

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  14. Czech Workers Demand Ousting of Anti-Reds

    PRAGUE, Monday, (A.A.P.): A-congress of 8000 delegates from Czechoslovakian workers' councils and trade unions last night passed by an overwhelming majority a resolution declaring that ...

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  15. Surprise in S. America Over U.S. Attitude.

    SANTIAGO (Chile), Mon. (A.A.P.): The announcement of the United States' "hands off" attitude toward conflicting ...

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  16. New Member of Taxation Review Board

    CANBERRA, Monday: Mr. G. J. J. O'sullivan has been appointed a member of the Taxation Board of Review at Sydney ...

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  17. Move to Reopen Talks in China Denied

    SHANGHAI, Monday (AAP-Reuter): Reports that a Soviet official stationed here had offered to mediate in China's ...

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  19. CLAIMS GOVT. CAN CONTROL BANKING, BUT NOT BANKS

    MELBOURNE, Monday: The constitution gave the Federal Parliament power to legislate in respect to banking, but not in regard to banks or bankers, Mr. Kitto, K.C., claimed in the High Court today. ...

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  20. POLIO RESTRICTIONS REINFORCED

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.). Mon.(A.A.P.-Reuter): The Minister for Health has reimposed the infantile paralysis restrictions ...

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  22. T.A.A. Begins Trans-Tasman Services

    SYDNEY, Monday: Trans-Australia Airlines Skymasters will operate the Skymasters will operate the Service form Sydney-Auckland air service from tomorrow under ...

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  23. Mr. Chifley Replies to Critics of Company Taxation

    CANBERRA, Monday The Government had shown companies sympathetic consideration in allowing them to retain their undistributed profits during the war, the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) sad today. ...

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  24. Denmark's New Trade Pact With Britain

    COPENHAGEN, Monday (A.A.P.): Details of the new trade agreement with Britain. under which Denmark will ...

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  25. SLOW THAW BEGINS IN ENGLAND

    LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.): While snow-ploughs and road gangs worked all day to open blocked roads and force a way ...

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