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  3. Cabinet sits late on Budget concessions TAX CUTS £25M; HIGHER CHILD ENDOWMENT AND PENSIONS RISE

    CANBERRA, Mon: Income tax reductions amounting to between £25 million and £28 million were approved by Federal Cabinet tonight. Increased social service benefits, liberalisation of the means test, and cuts in company taxation and ...

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  4. Arms to be sent to Malaya

    CANBERRA, Mon: Federal Cabinet decided tonight to lift the embargo on the export of arms to enable supplies to be ...

    Article : 141 words
  5. Australia offers planes for Berlin air lift

    CANBERRA, Mon: Ten RAAF Dakota transports will be offered to Britain for use in the Berlin air lift or any other purpose the British Government may propose. Federal Cabinet decided this tonight after Mr Chifley ...

    Article : 131 words
  6. 5-member hospitals commission sought

    Appointment of five members to the proposed Hospital and Charities Commission instead of three will be sought when the bill, now before ...

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  7. Miners walk out of conference on coal crisis

    SYDNEY, Mon: Parties to the coal dispute, which threatens to develop into a general stoppage, failed to reach any agreement at a special conference, tonight. ...

    Article : 371 words
  8. Housing Society borrowing limits raised

    The borrowing limits of co-operative housing: society members were increased last night by State Cabinet. ...

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  9. "HONEST TOIL IS ANSWER TO INFLATION FEAR"

    "Honest toil is the answer to the problem of stabilising the economy of Australia," Mr McDonald, acting Premier, said yesterday. ...

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  10. More US arms going next week

    The Dutch steamer Meerkerk will leave next-week with small arms and ammunition for Singapore. The quantity has not been disclosed. ...

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  11. 6 TRY TO ENLIST FOR MALAYA

    SYDNEY, Mon: An Army spokesman said today that six Australian ex-servicemen had tried to enlist in the last few days to fight the ...

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  12. 10 infants die in SA of gastric flu

    ADELAIDE, Mon: At least 10 infants, most of them less than six months old, have died in Adelaide hospitals in the last six weeks from ...

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  13. FEDERAL REVENUE STILL GOING UP

    CANBERRA, Mon: In July, the first month of the new financial year, Customs and excise revenue was up £30,211 compared with July, ...

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  14. BOYS' TOWN FOUNDER IN MELBOURNE

    FATHER T. V. DUNLEA, founder and director of Boys' Town, at Engadine (NSW), was enthusiastically greeted by pupils yesterday when he visited the Christian Brothers' College, North Melbourne. Father Dunlea is investigating the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Superforts at Manilo on world flight

    Two US Air Force Superfortresses landed at Clark Field yesterday from Ceylon on a round-the-world flight. Three superfortresses left Tucson. ...

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  16. Wonthaggi claims to be heard today

    SYDNEY. Mon: Mr W. R. Ramsay, chairman of the local Coal Reference Board, will begin a hearing at 2pm tomorrow at Wonthaggi to ...

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  17. EGG BOARD PAYS MORE TO AGENTS

    Payments by the Egg Board to agents will be increased by [?]d a dozen for grading and selling and [?]d for grading only, to cover the ...

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  18. UNION OFFICIALS TO VISIT ROCKET RANGE

    ADELAIDE, Mon: A party of 20 trade union officails will visit the Woomera rocket range this month to study working conditions and wage rates of employees. In a letter to Mr J. L. Cavanagh, ...

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  19. Czech Consul-General and staff resign

    SYDNEY, Sun: Mr Karel M. Sakh, Czech Consul-General in Sydney, and three members of his staff resigned today. ...

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  20. 30,000 POLES FOR SEC LINES

    Delivery of 30,000 wooden transmission poles recently ordered by the SEC in Victoria and NSW, at a cost of £200,000, will begin almost ...

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