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  4. DESOLATION AT KEMPSEY

    Sydney August 30—Following on the worst flood in the history of N.S.W. Kempsey residents now face the danger of an outbreak of disease. However, late tonight health authorities said there had been no cases of disease reported and they ...

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  5. CHINA

    Hong Kong (A.A.P.-Reuter). August 30.—Three thousand guerillas operating ahead of the regular Communist armies have taken Lungmen, an important ...

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  6. OVER £7 MILLION PROFIT BY C'WEALTH BANK

    Sydney, August 30.—The Commonwealth Bank made on aggregate net profit of £7,683,000 for the year ended June 30,1949. This net profit, which includes the note issue department and the Commonwealth Savings Bank, represents ...

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  7. Major Paralysis Outbreak Feared

    Canberra, August 30.—Federal health authorities are concerned at the numbers of infantile paralysis cases in Victoria where an average of 12 to 15 ...

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  8. Gaol Escapees Recaptured at Week-end Cottage

    Sydney, August 30.—Detectives today made a dramatic gun point arrest of the two dangerous gaol fugitives, Dorov Dugan (29) and William Cecil Mcars (27), who escaped from Long Bay Gaol ten days ago. Led by Inspector J. V. ...

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  9. Royal Commission

    Melbourne, August 30.—John Fisher, son of the late Andrew Fisher, one time Labor Prime Minister of Australia, was a ...

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  10. Union News And Views

    This space is specially reserved for local union news and views Report of union meetings are welcomed. ...

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  11. Judge's Verdict

    Sydney, August 30.—Mr. Justice Herron in the Supreme Court today, returned a verdict for the Bank of New South Wales of £1,075/12/6 against a ...

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  12. Courageous Rescue

    Sydney August 20—Falling over a city [?] of Spooners Lookout Echo Point Eatcoomba yesterday a fire-year-old boy landed on a ...

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  13. Close Watch On Yugoslavia

    London, August 30.—Reporting that Britain is being kept closely informed on the situation in Yugoslavia "The Dally Telegraph's" diplomatic writer ...

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  14. POLICE FLEE RUSSIAN ZONE

    Berlin, August 30.—Five Soviet zone German policemen Arrived in the American zone yesterday. They said they had tied because of the recent ...

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  15. NEW MACHINE HALVES LOADING

    Adelaide August 30.—An Adelaide inventor (Mr. S. W. Lucas) has returned to this State after a visit to Sydney to demonstrate a mobile wheat ...

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  16. Loveday Not Guilty

    Sydney. August 30.—Ronald Albert Loveday (32), was acquitted today of the murder of his cousin Harry Loveday (29). who was shot outside his ...

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  17. Bromwich and Sedgman

    New York August 30.—John Bromwich and Frank Sedgman each won their opening round matches in the United States National Singles ...

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  18. S.A. Wheat Yields Drop

    Adelaide, August 30.—The position of the South Australian wheat lands was indicated today by Mr. K. Woodroofe, of the Waite Research Institute, ...

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  19. Summer Air Services

    As from tomorrow a summer timetable of air services to Adelaide will be adopted by Guinea Airways. The new timetable will include an additional ...

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  20. No Major Split In A.L.P.

    Sydney, August 30.—The State secretary of the A.L.P., Mr. J. Stewart, M.L.C., said tonight he did not believe there would be a major split in the Party over the policy adopted during the coal strike. He said the Labor Party and the majority ...

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  21. More Talk Of Petrol Rationing

    Melbourne. August 30.—The Premier. Mr. Hollway, said today he would make available to the State Opposition leaders. confidential information he had ...

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  22. Three Patients Brought In By Flying Doctor

    The Flying Doctor (Dr. L. W. Alderman), left in the Aerial Ambulance at 9 a.m. yesterday morning to pick up a patient from Mt. ...

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  23. Man's Shocking Death

    Melbourne, August 30.—A man suffered a shocking death today when dragged 600 yards through a rapid flowing sewerage pipe. The man was Edward ...

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  24. N. R. Foot in S.A. Golf

    Adelaide, August 30.—In the qualifying round today at Seaton of the Country Golf Championship. R. F. Lang (Renmark) led with 72 and 79. ...

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  25. Objection To Niemoller Suggestion

    Melbourne, August 30.—Until all ex-serviceman who desire to settle on the land had been provided with land under the Commonwealth or State Lands ...

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  26. Fortnightly W.I.U. of A. Meeting

    Mr. G. Ryan presided at the meeting of the W.I.U. of A. last night in the absence of Mr. N. S. Dunlevy at another meeting. ...

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  27. Bevin, Cripps Briefed For Dollar Talks

    London, August 30.—The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Stafford Cripps and Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin were briefed by Cabinet yesterday at a meeting lasting more than four hours for next week's dollar talks in Washington. The ...

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  28. CAR ALIGHT ON SOUTH HILL

    While driving his 1936 Ford west along South Road about 3.30 p.m. yesterday, Elerthorp Olden, 172 Mica Street, noticed Domes coming from the ...

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  29. Adelaide Again Rationed On Use Of Gas

    Adelaide, August 30.—Through the insufficiency of good quality coal in cargoes received from Newcastle since the miners strike, the imposition of a ...

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  30. ALTERED ADELAIDE AIR MAILS

    Because of the new air services to Adelaide, the times of closing for Adelaide air malls will be altered as from tomorrow. ...

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  31. ENTERTAINMENTS

    "That Wonderful Urge," now showing at the OZONE Theatre, is a gay, romantic comedy about a reporter Tyrone Power who has been writing ...

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  32. School For Mothers-In-Law

    Sydney. August 30.—Sydney social workers today disagreed with Mr. Justice Bonney who suggested in the Newcastle Divorce Court that there should ...

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  33. LECTURERS INSPECT MINES

    Pour lecturers at tho Sydney University are making an inspection of the local mines. They are Prof. Hunter and Marshall and ...

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  34. MINE ACCIDENTS

    A. Haugh, suffered a punctured wound to the right foot at the C.P.S yesterday. After treatment, he was taken back to the C.P.S. Borracks. ...

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  35. CAR STOLEN IN S.A. RECOVERED HERE

    A motor car stolen from Loxton, South Australia, on August 14. was found near the Mt. Gipps Hotel on Monday. The car was involved in an accident ...

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