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  3. Traffic talks to be held Thursday CARTERS LIFT THEIR BAN ON DELIVERIES

    THE Transport Workers' Union last night lifted its ban on city deliveries pending a conference on Thursday. A decision to call the conference of all parties ...

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  4. KC'is who will defend Bank Act

    PROFESSOR K. H. BAILEY (left), Solicitor-General, and Dr Evatt, KC, Attorney-General, arriving at the High Court yesterday for the opening of the banking case. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. COSTS GO HIGHER IN BRITAIN

    THE British Government's wage-pegging policy has not stopped the rising cost of living, and immediate increases in the cost of meat, butter, and tea are expected. ...

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  6. RAAF CREW ADRIFT IN RESCUE TESTS

    With only a small quantity of emergency rations and no water, four RAAF officers will be marooned in a rubber dinghy a ...

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  7. FRENCH CLOTH FIRM FOR BENDIGO

    CANBERRA, Mon: A French company now manufacturing fine worsted cloth in America plans to establish a mill in Bendigo in conjunction ...

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  8. ELIGIBILITY OF TWO JUDGES CHALLENGED

    AN unexpected challenge Court judges to hear the the Commonwealth when the Mr Justice Starke said that ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. Nurse waited while Eileen Joyce played

    Eight thousand people who applauded Eileen Joyce enthusiastically in the Albert Hall last night after she had played ...

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  10. UNION ORDERS UNFINANCIAL MEN OFF JOBS

    Officials of the Ironworkers' Union directed a number of men to leave their jobs in waterfront foundries yesterday because they were not ...

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  12. STATE PROMISED MORE COAL

    Increased consignments of New South Wales coal to Victoria and other States were expected soon, Mr Chifley told ...

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  13. ARABS POISED FOR DRIVE AGAINST JEWS

    Reports from Damascus say that Arab military leaders who are assembled there have decided to launch a drive within ...

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  14. RAAF COLLEGE GOING TO CANBERRA

    The RAAF Cadet College at Point Cook is to be moved to a site near Canberra, a RAAF spokesman said yesterday. ...

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    BRICKS WERE SCATTERED OVER A WIDE AREA yesterday when this semi-trailer struck a post and snapped off its rear wheels at Myrniong, near Bacchus Marsh. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. SHARE PRICES FALL SHARPLY

    Prices of shares listed on the Stock Exchange of Melbourne fell sharply yesterday, and losses up to 5/6 a share were recorded. Shares mostly ...

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