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  4. Mr Chifley springs surprise on Premiers MEAT AND CLOTHES RATIONING ENDS TODAY

    This surprise announcement was made by Mr Chifley in Canberra last night after he had outlined Commonwealth proposals to the Premiers' conference. Subsidies on wool will cease on July 31, and a date for ...

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  5. Republicans who seek US presidency

    The Republican convention to select a party candidate for the Presidential election in November opened today. ...

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  6. Fog seen on the waterfront

    THE TUG TERAWHITI BELCHING SMOKE as she escorted the Taranaki through the mist shrouding Melbourne's waterfront early yesterday. Dimly in the background can be seen the tug James Paterson. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. CAS CUT

    No gas will be available to some consumers today, and others will have to pul up with drastically reduced pressure. ...

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  8. Woollen mills in buying rush

    BRISBANE, Mon: Australian mills were the heaviest buyers of wool at the opening of Brisbane sales to-day. The mills are buying all-out ...

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  9. Apple picking easy for woman of 75

    HOBART, Mon: The labour shortage which has made life difficult for Huon orchardists in recent seasons has no terrors ...

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  10. Gaol for Japs who tortured POW's

    Lieutenant Kenzo Yamada ("The Fox") and Sgt Yoshiaki Irie ("The Idiot") were sentenced yesterday to l8 years ...

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    TTUNDREDS of suspected terrorists — Chinese, Malays, and Indians — were rounded up yesterday in police raids throughout Malaya. Although it is thought that many ...

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    With the railways deficit for 1947-48 already more than £1 million, it is almost certain that fares will be increased by at least 10% after ...

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  14. Bid to oust ARU militants

    The ALP Industrial Group is making a strong: bid to oust militants from the ARU State Council. ...

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  15. £30,000 England-N Z air race

    CHRISTCHURCH (NZ), Mon: An international air race, with prize money of £30,000,-from England to Harewood, Christchurch airport, to ...

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    WELLINGTON, Mon: When a city engineer's department employee drove his crowbar into a power feeder cable beneath a city ...

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  17. Necklet 3,000 years old stolen

    SYDNEY, Mon: An Egyptian necklet about 3,000 years old was stolen today from the Australian Institute of Archaeology's exhibition at Sydney ...

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  18. Flat robbed while occupant dined

    While Mr James Bruce Jacobson was having dinner in his flat in Dandenong rd, North Caulfield, last evening, thieves entered an adjoining ...

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  19. Sarah, the terrier, misses reprieve by hour

    Missing a reprieve by an hour, Sarah, luckless Manchester terrier, which arrived in Melbourne from Britain with her ...

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  20. Bargain price paid for U S equipment

    CANBERRA, Mon: Equipment that was once worth about $110 millon, and which is now lying on Manus Island and in Papua and New ...

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