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  4. Accident damages es for inquiry

    BRISBANE, Fri.—The State Government will investigate the incidence of road accident damages and their relation to motor ...

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  5. WARRANT OUT FOR MOTHER

    BRISBANE, Fri.—A warrant was issued today for the arrest of a Brisbane ...

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  6. 'Plug in' to save life

    CAMBRIDGE (Massachusetts), Nov. 14.—A method of keeping people alive by virtually plugging them into an alternating current was described yesterday by the 'New England Journal of Medicine. ...

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  7. RAIL LINK VITAL

    BRISBANE, Fri.—The Minister for the Interior (Mr. W. S. Kent Hughes) said ...

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  8. HEAVY BONUS PAYMENT MADE

    BRISBANE, Friday.—The credit balance of the Stock Routes and Pests Destruction fund at the commencement of last financial year was £44,544 but expenditure during the year reached £187,836. ...

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  9. LOCKED BATTLE

    SEOUL, Nov. 14.—South Koreans and Chinese Communists were locked in a ...

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  10. REDS "SPREAD FALSE IDEAS"

    Mr W. D. Forsyth, Australian delegate to the United Nations General Assembly, said in New ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. RAIL DANGER

    BRISBANE, Fri.—The present state of Queensland's Railways was a danger to human lives the Australian ...

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  12. FORMOSA HIT BY TYPHOON

    [?]PEH, November 14.—At least 30 people were killed and over 500 injured at Kaohsiung (Southern Formosa) by typhoon "Bess," which swept the area last night and ...

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  13. SHOT DEAD

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Francisco Molluso (23), an Italian, was shot dead on his farm at Robinvale, 300 ...

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  14. SUPERIOR

    PORT MORESBY, Nov. 14.—Woolpacks made from experimental kenaf fibre grown near Port Moresby ...

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  15. TRIP DOUBT

    CANBERRA, Friday.—It was learned authoritatively tonight that in the event of the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  16. ANIMAL BAITING?

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Protection for country rodeo rough riding events against cruelty ...

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  17. Wounded, dies

    SYDNEY, Fri.—An elderly man who was allegedly shot by his son-in-law last month died in St. George District ...

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  18. MR. MENZIES IMPROVING

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The condition of the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) is reported to have improved ...

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  19. Forgery charge

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Desmond Acquin Gaffney (37), a Bachelor of Economics of Hobart University, was ...

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  20. Bulls sold

    WARWICK, Fri.—Within an hour 12 Santa Gertrudis bulls were sold at auction at Risdon today for a total ...

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  21. Alleged assault on aged mental patient

    BRISBANE, Fri.—Ipswich detectives are investigating an alleged assault on a 63-year-old patient in Goodna Mental Hospital. ...

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  22. Nine dead

    WESTPOINT (Massachusetts), Nov. 14.—A mother and eight of her 10 children suffocated in their beds early ...

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  23. New airstrips

    CAIRNS, Fri.—The District Inspector of Airports (Mr. J. Arnold) has just issued licences to 19 ...

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  24. Will in order

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Witnessing of the will of the late Mr. W. M. Hughes is in order. ...

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  25. Earning less

    BRISBANE, Fri.—Some employees at the Brisbane abattoir are complaining of reduced earnings following ...

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  26. Court crowded for murder charge

    BRISBANE, Fri.—In a crowded Police Court today, Mr. Noyes, S.M., remanded Arthur ...

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  27. Police took bets

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Police smashed down two steellined garage doors, took over an S.P. bookmaker's phone ...

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  28. Lose share

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Wool dealers will not share in the distribution of about £3millions profit from the wartime ...

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