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  4. MARKETING OF WOOL BY GROWERS

    CANBERRA, Sunday: A new scheme under which it is proposed that wool should be marketed by the growers themselves after the end of the present joint organisation, has ...

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  5. TROUBLE BREWING OVER 40-hr. WEEK

    SYDNEY, Sunday: Unrest has developed among railway workers, gas workers, iron-workers and shop assistants over the introduction to-morrow of the 40-hour week for ...

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  6. Clergyman Who Set Fire to His Church

    MILWAUKEE, Sunday: The Rev. Dr. John Lewis has been sentenced to five years' labor for having set fire to his ...

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  7. 50,000 Wait in Field to See Vision in Clouds

    BRATISLAVA (Czechosloslovakia), Sunday: Fifty thousand people assembled in an open field near a Slovakian village after ...

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    CALIFORNIAN FINDS THE ONE AND ONLY GIRL AT LAST.—Lloyd Chappat, who stowed away from San Francisco in a Swedish freighter for Australia several months ago, intending to marry a Brisbane girl, only to find that she was already ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. New Clothing Ration Scale Tomorrow

    MELBOURNE, Sunday: A new scale of clothing rationing, to commence on the morning of Tuesday. July 1, will, it is stated, ease the ...

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  10. ATMOSPHERE GLOOMY AT "AID EUROPE" TALKS

    PARIS, Sunday: The French Foreign Office announced last night that the next meeting of Foreign Ministers on the Marshal] Plan to ...

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  11. "MONTY" TO HAVE TALKS WITH CABINET THIS WEEK

    CANBERRA Sunday: The prin­cipal business facing the Chief of the Imperial General staff (Field Marshal Lord Montgomery) in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Manufacture of Wool Packs

    CANBERRA, Sunday: The manufacture in Australia of wool packs from low-grade Australian wools will be investigated by the ...

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  13. America Offers Aid if Indonesians Co-operate

    BATAVIA, Sunday (A.L.P.-Reuter): The U.S. State Department has delivered a note asking Indonesian Republic to co-operate in the immediate formation of an Interim Federal Government and has promised to ...

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  14. WOMAN'S SKULL FRACTURED

    SYDNEY, Sunday: Edna Murphy, 26, of Toongabbie, near Parramatta, suffered a fractured skull when thrown from a horse ...

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  15. NO AUTOMATIC PRICE RISES OVER 40-HOUR WEEK

    CANBERRA, Sunday: Retail traders will not be permitted to make any automatic price adjustments as a result of the introduction of the ...

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  16. Profit Motive in World Trade Endangers Peace, Says Mr. Ward at Geneva

    GENEVA, Sunday: Declaring that the present world situation was by no means reassuring, the Australian Minister for Transport and External Territories (Mr. Ward), at the International Labor Conference today, ...

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  17. Secretary Urges Greater Output

    LONDON, Sunday: The Nat­ional Mine Workers' secretary (Mr. Arthur Horner) said today that mine leaders were ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. HIGH WOOL PRICES EXPECTED AFTER U.S. VETO

    SYDNEY, Sunday: President Truman's veto of the U.S. Wool Bill is likely to be reflected in a continuance next season of the ...

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  19. B.M.A'S NEW MEDICAL SCHEME FOR N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, Sunday: A comprehensive medical benefit fund, sponsored by the New South Wales branch of the British ...

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  20. IRONWORKERS CRITICISE COMPANIES

    WOLLONGONG, Sunday: "The Broken Hill Pty. Ltd., Australian Iron and Steel Ltd. and subsidiary companies are attempting to use ...

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  21. Terrorists Again Busy in Palestine

    JERUSALEM, Sunday: Two British officers were wounded and a Jewish barman was hurt when a taxi drove up to the Astoria ...

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  22. New Archbishop of Perth Favors Sunday Sport

    SYDNEY, Sunday: The Arch­bishop-elect of Perth (the Most Rev. Robert William Haynes Moline), who arrived from ...

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  23. HINDUS EXPECTED TO ADOPT BRITISH SYSTEM

    NEW DELHI, Sunday: The Hindustan Federation is now almost certain to be the seventh great nation to adopt the British Parliamentary system of Government, says the London "Sunday Times" correspondent. ...

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  24. AMERICAN, "PAUL REVERE," GUILTY OF TREASON

    BOSTON, Sunday: Douglas Chandler, the first American to be tried for traitorous activities during the Second World War, yesterday ...

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  25. Treason Charges Against Greeks

    ATHENS, Sunday: The public prosecutor has filed charges of high treason against leading mem­bers of the central committee of ...

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  26. Anguar Island Was Captured by America, Replies U.S. Spokesman

    TOKYO, Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuter's): "As Anguar Island was captured by United States forces and is under United States control, there is no question as to the propiety of the United States utilising the resources of the ...

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  29. Austrian Border Violated; Police Patrol Attacked

    VIENNA, Sunday: A group of unidentified marauders crossed the border from Yugoslavia on Friday night. They attacked a ...

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  30. Changes in Take-Off Regulations For Douglas Planes

    WASHINGTON, Sunday: Major changes in take off regulations for Douglas. Skymaster airliners are safety board, which has been ...

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  31. Hungarian Threat to British and U.S. Pressmen

    BUDAPEST, Sunday: After ratification of the Hungarian peace treaty. British and American correspondents, as well as other ...

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