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  4. MAN'S ARM CAUGHT IN SAW

    When his coat became caught in a circular saw at Rosewood, near Tumbarumba, yesterday, A. S. Weule, of Rosewood, suffered a severe laceration ...

    Article : 81 words
  5. MYSTERY SHOOTING

    SYDNEY, Tuesday: Mystery surrounds the shooting or David Douglas Smith, 29, foreman, of Water street, Bardwell Park, who staggered to the ...

    Article : 132 words
  6. PALESTINE

    JERUSALEM, Monday: The American Associated Press correspondent says that a group of about 36 Army officers, former paratroop commandos, ...

    Article : 181 words
  7. AID TO EUROPE

    LONDON, Tuesday, Russia has agreed to a conference being held between the British, French, and Soviet Foreign Ministers on the Marshall Plan ...

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  8. MISSING CHILD FOUND IN RIVER

    The body of Philli[?]' Smith, 4 years, who was missing from a barge in the Richmond river, 18 miles from Lismore, was found by police who dragged ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. U.S. LABOR BILL

    WASHINGTON. Tuesday: By 66 votes to 25 the Senate overrode President Truman's veto on the rigorous' Taft-Hartley Labor Bill, and the ...

    Article : 184 words
  10. IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA

    The first of five chartered planes carrying immigrants from Britain under the Ontario Government's plan to bring upwards of 7000 this summer are ...

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  11. ISLAND TRAGEDY

    SUVA. Tuesday:—Grim details of a bomb tragedy on the Island of Rotuma on May 6, when two men and seven boys were killed in an explosion by ...

    Article : 98 words
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  13. "STRONG ACTION" ON COALFIEDS

    Miners' leaders last night warned that strong action would be taken in N.S.W. coalfields unless the Joint Coal Board immediately used its powers to ...

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  15. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

    The King announced that Sunday, July 6, is to be the National Day of Prayer in view of the needs, and British people. ...

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  16. PUP KILLED BY GREYHOUNDS

    The maximum fine of £5 was imposed on John charles Walls, carpenter, of Albury, yesterday, for being the owner of greyhounds which attacked ...

    Article : 107 words
  17. "WE MUST BELIEVE IN PEACE"

    BUDAPEST Tuesday. "In future we must go to the Left, and also lead the Hungarian people to the Left. "Those who wish for war do not ...

    Article : 68 words
  18. LAND BALLOT AT GUNDAGAI

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  19. FRANCE

    PARIS, Tuesday: After Premier Ramadler told the National Assembly that the Government would ask for a vote of confidence in the Finance ...

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  20. OUTRAM GAOL

    SINGAPORE, Tuesday: Conditions in Outram Gaol, Singapore, where 1500 civilians and 400 British soldiers died during occupation, and where ...

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  21. STATE EDUCATION

    Nect year will be the centenary of State education in Australia, and the Minister for Education is making arrangements for extensive celebrations ...

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  22. DOONSIDE TRAGEDY

    SYDNEY, Tuseday: The badly battered body of Percy Manning, about 60, was foun d on a lonely airstrip at Doonside shortly after 7 a.m. A norse and ...

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  24. HUGE DRUG HAUL IN N.Z.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z,), Tuesday, Opium, heroin, and morphine worth £40,000 were seized by Customs officials when the aircraft carrier ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. OVERSEAS NEWS

    Overseas news in this newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated Press Sources include in England The Times Daily Telegraph, Dally Mail, Daily ...

    Article : 77 words
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