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  3. Mr Chifley accuses bankers "PAID AGENTS USED TO SMASH LABOUR" "I have seen and traced them"

    BEFORE 3,000 people in Melbourne Town Hall last night, Mr Chifley, Prime Minister, accused the private trading banks of "paying hired ...

    Article : 575 words
  4. ISLAND FLOODS CLOSE DROME

    Six inches of rain in three days — the heaviest for 10 years — has flooded thousands of acres of land ...

    Article : 132 words
  5. Half medical fees can be saved [?]if doctors agree

    CANBERRA, Wed: Patients will soon be able to recover half their medical fees. This is provided under the Medical Benefits Act, which the Government will proclaim this ...

    Article : 263 words
  6. The man who approved

    Mr. Chifley was well received when he addressed a meeting in Melbourne Town Hall last night. However... ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Police called as crowd try to force way in

    HUNDREDS of people, unable to get into the packed Town Hall for Mr Chifley's first Melbourne ...

    Article : 181 words
  8. 'Fractions' beat Mr Brown

    Asked if he had heard of the term "fraction" as applied to Communist groups, J. J. Brown, Australian Railways Union ...

    Article : 105 words
  9. Pepper hits £1,000 ton

    Pepper, in Britain, has risen to £1,000 a ton. Before the war it was £50 to £75 a ton. It rose ...

    Article : 102 words
  10. Man found dead in city hotel

    Homicide detectives were inquiring early this morning into the death of James Creely, about 60, wharf labourer, of ...

    Article : 64 words
  11. Stewards question brands on horse

    STEWARDS at Dowling Forest yesterday found that the markings and brands of Solar Prince, which finished a furlong last in the steeplechase, did not compare with his VRC registration ...

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  12. 3d rise in butter for discussion

    SYDNEY, Wed: Prices officials from all States will meet in Canberra tomorrow for a preliminary investigation of claims for a 3d a lb rise in the retail price of butter. ...

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  13. BROKEN HILL DELIVERIES HELD UP

    BROKEN HILL, Wed: Delivery of the city's foodstuffs will cease as a result of a strike begun today by ...

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  14. Migrants wait two years to come here

    Young British farmers nominated two years ago were still waiting for a passage, Mr K. D. Watson, of Albury, said ...

    Article : 117 words
  15. They've hardly coughed since flight

    DARWIN, Wed: Five of six children who were taken on a high-altitude flight yesterday in an attempt to cure their ...

    Article : 134 words
  16. Casey, Dedman, in "The Argus" tomorrow

    Tomorrow in The Argus readers will have an opportunity of reading both sides of the political question ...

    Article : 71 words
  17. By horseback to see the Pope

    A German countess plans to ride a horse 400 miles from Garmisch, in the Bavarian Alps, to Rome early next year, to take ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. Three die in air crash

    An RAF Meteor jet-fighter and a single-engine Proctor trainer collided in the air near Kimberley (Norfolk) yesterday. ...

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