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  3. Many members fear nationalisation, but— CAUCUS EXPECTED TO ENDORSE BANK BILL TODAY

    CANBERRA, Mon: Although some attempts may be made in Caucus tomorrow to counsel caution or delay on the bank nationalisation scheme, the Government's plan, it is expected, will be endorsed unconditionally. Labour members, especially those in borderline seats, are aware of the ...

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  4. U S A IS FIRM ON GREECE "Hands off" warning

    A clear "hands off Greece" warning to Russia was given by Mr Marshall, US Secretary of State, yesterday. ...

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  5. New Latrobe st tram approved by Council

    MELBOURNE City Council yesterday approved the Tramways Board's proposal to run an electric tram line from Victoria parade to Spencer street via Latrobe street. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SOVIET-IRAN TENSION RISES AGAIN

    Prince Firouz, the Persian Ambassador to Moscow, left by air for Teheran on Sunday, as Soviet-Iran tension was again ...

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  8. 100,000 said to have been killed in Punjab

    A belief that more than 100,000 person's had been killed in recent communal riots in East Punjab and 10,000 in West ...

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  9. Lodge secretary frustrates masked gunman

    LAUNCESTON, Mon: A masked gunman today attempted to rob the office of the Heart of Oak, No. 1 branch of ...

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  10. LIBERAL ADVICE IN COLLINGWOOD

    As Liberals and official Labour agreed in giving the Independent Labour candidate second preference, the Collingwood by-election gave ...

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  11. KILLED IN FALL

    SYDNEY, Mon: Falling from a crossbeam at Clandulla colliery, Lithgow, today, John Brown, 45, of Kandos, a carpenter, crashed to his ...

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  12. Airmail fee may be reduced soon

    CANBERRA, Mon: Reduction in the surcharge on airmail letters may be provided for in the Budget, Senator Camera, Postmaster-General, ...

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