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  4. CZECH COUP LOOMING

    PRAGUE, Tuesday (A.A.P.): The Communist Minister of the Interior (M. Nosek) announced the discovery of ...

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    Rear-Admiral John Collins, First Naval Member. photographed with his wife on their arrival in the New ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WAR SERVICE HOMES FOR WAGGA MEN

    Either the Deputy Director of the assistant Deputy Director of War Service Homes will visit Wagga on Monday to ...

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  7. WARD DENIES BANK ACCOUNT

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: The Minister for External Territories (Mr. E. J. Ward) denied in the Special Federal Court today that he had a banking account in the name of Edward James Brooks. ...

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  8. PLAN TO INCREASE N.T. MEAT OUTPUT

    CANBERRA, Tuesday: Members of the British Food Mission now in Australia will visit Darwin to investigate the Commonwealth scheme for increasing Northern Territory beef production for export to Britain by 40 per cent within ...

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  9. BIG PLANS FOR R.A.A.F. RESERVE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday: Plans for a huge peace-time Air Force reserve were announced today by the ...

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  10. Methodist Attacks Politicians

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: A more definite and stimulating lead as to the place of religion in the lives of people was due ...

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  11. "Britain May be Neutral in Attack on U.S."

    NEW YORK, Tuesday. (A.A.P.): Former President Hoover declared today that Britain and Western Europe ...

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  12. Palestine

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.): Jewish road mines blew up four British vehicles, including an armored car, in the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem in what ...

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  13. LEETON CANNERY EMPLOYEES ON TAXATION CHARGES

    LEETON, Tuesday: Five men and a woman, employees of Leeton Cannery have been arrested and charged with offences against the Commonwealth Crimes Act following a visit to the cannery by Sydney ...

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  14. AUST. CRUISER NOT WANTED FOR ANTARCTIC

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.): Britain does not want Australia to send a cruiser to the South Atlantic, where Chile ...

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  15. K.C. Claims Limited Constitutional Meaning of "Banking"

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday: The framers of the constitution intended the term "banking" to have a rather limited meaning, Mr. E. H. Hudson, K.C., claimed before the Full High Court today. ...

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  16. BRISBANE TRAMS MAY STOP; RAIL STRIKE STILL ON

    BRISBANE, Tuesday: Queensland's crippling railway strike today entered upon its fourth week with a mass picketing of ...

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  17. W.A. FLOODS; WORST TRAIN DELAYS EVER

    PERTH, Tuesday: Nearly half a mile of railway embankment, 23 miles from Kalgoorlie, has been washed away, ...

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  18. EGG PRODUCERS PROTEST AT HIGH PRODUCTION COST

    BRISBANE, Tues.: Queensland poultry farmers today decided not to make any effort to increase egg production until ...

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  19. C.P. FIRM ON WHITE AUST. POLICY

    CANBERRA, Tuesday: Under no circumstances will the Country Party consider the abandonment of the White Australia ...

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  22. Pearl Diver's Request

    SINGAPORE, Tuesday (A.A.P.-Reuter): Malay leaders today welcomed the reported announcement by the Australian Minister ...

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  23. Nationalisation of Steel in U.K. Postponed, Says Wallace

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday (A.A.P.): Mr. Henry Wallace declared today that the nationalisation of the British steel industry had been indefinitely postponed under pressure from the United States. ...

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  24. Alleged Theft of Radio Valves Worth £4295

    DARWIN, Tuesday: Donald Speed, 37, of Toorak, Melbourne, manager of Auto Terms Ltd., of Melbourne, and Alan Leslie ...

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  25. £1600 STOLEN FROM GRILL IN STORE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday:—Banknotes totalling £1600 were stolen from behind a grill in the Bourke Street store of ...

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  26. NAVAL CHIEF RETIRES

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday: Before sailing for London today on the liner Strathaden. Admiral Sir Louis Hamilton, in a ...

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  27. 29,000 Evacuated

    BATAVIA, Tuesday (A.A.P.-Reuter): Twenty-nine thousand Republican combatants have now been evacuated from ...

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  28. Guerrillas Ambushed

    ATHENS, Tuesday: Gendarmes and armed villagers ambushed 600 guerillas who were escorting hostages, mostly women and ...

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