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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST:

    Cloudy at times. Moderate temperatures ...

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  5. New Housing Appointments

    Two new appointments to the Housing Commission were made yesterday by State Cabinet to bring the administration into line with modern large-scale building practices. The new appointees are:-- ...

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  6. Power House Control

    State Cabinet announced last night it had decided to transfer control of the Newport railway power house to ...

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  7. Solving the Population Problem

    TWO KEY FACTORS IN AUSTRALIA'S RACE to get a higher population-- children and ships. Top: Twenty-eight school children walking toward the boat train, to take them to Tilbury Docks to board the Ormonde, now on her way to Melbourne. Lower: The famous P. and O. liner Maloja being ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    HOBART, Tuesday.-- A surprise move by the defence opened the trial to-day of the ex-Premier, of Tasmania, Robert Cosgrove on charges of bribery, corruption and conspiracy. ...

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  9. 20,000 See Liner Sail

    The biggest crowd to see a liner sail since the war packed Station Pier last night and watched the ...

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  10. Big Union Dispute

    In the opinion of high diplomatic and labor sources acquainted with behind-the-scenes moves of the World ...

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  11. Miners' "Stay Down Colliery" Strike

    More than 280 miners have gone on strike 1200 feet underground in the Waleswood colliery near Sheffield--not because there is a wages dispute, but ...

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  12. Success of New Loan

    Stock Exchange dealings in the new Australian 3 per cent. 1963-65 loan opened at about a ¾ per cent. premium. ...

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  13. Opposition Will Not Halt

    A motion welcoming the National Health Act, proposed by the Minister for Health (Mr. Aneurin Bevan), was carried in the House of Commons by 337 to 178 ...

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  14. Britain's Adverse Balance

    Britain's adverse balance of payments in 1947 was £675,000,000, compared with £380,000,000 in 1946, according ...

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  15. Stocks Easier in New York

    Stocks were easier at the beginning of trading on the New York Stock Exchange to-day. ...

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  16. Team For England

    The Australian cricket selectors will announce to-day the team to tour England later this year. ...

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  19. U.S. Ship in Distress

    The Radio Marine Corporation reported to-day that it had intercepted a SOS from the 7176 ton American ...

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  20. Communist to be Deported

    The Department of Justice announced the arrest in New York to-day of John Williamson. National Labor secretary ...

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  21. Sample Homes from Finland

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--The Commonwealth Government has ordered two, sample prefabricated homes from ...

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  22. New Status of Ceylon

    At the opening of the new Dominion Parliament to-day the King's speech was read by the Duke of Gloucester. This ...

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  23. Big Flare-up in Jerusalem

    The city's biggest series of clashes between Arabs and Jews flared up this morning and continued for some hours. Fighting began when snipers ...

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  24. Publication of Despatch

    The Minister for. War (Mr. Shinwell) told the House of Commons to-day that the despatch of Lieut.-General ...

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  25. Minister for N.T. Advocated

    DARWIN, Tuesday. -- The Minister for 'the Army (Mr. Chambers) said to-day he was satisfied that the territory was ...

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  26. Franco-Spanish Border Open

    The Franco-Spanish frontier was officially reopened at midnight, after being closed for nearly two years. ...

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  27. Salonika Under Fire

    ATHENS, Feb. 10 (A.A.P.) A Greek guerilla mortar shelled three points in Salonika early to-day. ...

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  28. 17 Die in Fire

    NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (A.A.P.). At least 17 persons were burned to death to-day in a fire, that destroyed an old People's home at St. John's ...

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  29. Millions Lost by Nervousness

    The city editor of the "Daily Express" says nervous investors who unloaded stocks on the London Stock Exchange yesterday lost money at the rate of £20,000,0Q0 an ...

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  30. Accident Victim Dies

    Mrs. Joyce Fincher, 32 years, Burwood-road, Hawthorn, who was injured in a motor car accident on Monday, died in ...

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  31. Crisis Reached in Coal Dispute

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--The combined mining unions have failed to secure an annulment of an order by the chairman of the Central Coal Reference Board (Mr. F. ...

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    COSGROVE TRIAL. -- Left: Mr. Cosgrove arriving at the courthouse, Hobart, yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  34. Japan to Send Oyster Seeds

    The Japanese press reports that a large quantity of oyster seeds will soon be shipped to Australia ...

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