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    SPLASHING, laughing and forgetting the hot weather, these boys found their canoe capable of a generous over-load yesterday at St. Kilda. The paddle was useless, as opposing swimmers hung on and kicked in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Liquidation of Ex-Servicemen's Legion Urged

    CASTLEMAINE, Friday.--A very definite move was afoot to liquidate the Australian Legion of Ex-Service Men and ...

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    Discussing the Federal Government's proposed tax cuts, the Leader of the Federal Parliamentary Country party (Mr. Fadden) yesterday described the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) as "Australia's greatest profiteer." He suggested the cuts were a ...

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    CANBERRA, Friday.--Arrangements between the United Kingdom and the United States for sharing industrial knowledge and technical skill are being ...

    Article : 355 words
  6. Plan to Push Free Medicine Arrangement

    HOBART, Friday.--A hint of Federal Government intention to push on with the free medicine scheme was conveyed in ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. "Shocking" Crime for Youths

    Sentencing five youths who had pleaded guilty to charges of robbery under arms. Judge Stretton, in General Sessions ...

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  8. 65 Years of Married Life

    Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neill, of Hope-street, Brunswick, will celebrate the 65th anniversary of their ...

    Article : 184 words
  9. Removal of Half-Caste

    SYDNEY, Friday.--Joyce Herbert, the 14-year-old half-caste girl from Mulgoa Mission Home, near Penrith, faces an ...

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  10. Slaughtermen Resume Work

    The strike over working conditions at South Melbourne abattoirs ended yesterday when slaughtermen resumed work on ...

    Article : 111 words
  11. £10 Basic Wage Claim by Unions

    A claim for a basic wage of £10 a week is made in summonses issued out of the Arbitration Court yesterday by metal trades unions. ...

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    Mr. W. THORN, former engineer for planning, State Electricity Commission, who has been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Australian and Irish Visitors

    CANBERRA, Friday.--The Government of Ireland is extending to Australians the same rights as Australia is ...

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  14. New Cancer Serum Here

    CASTLEMAINE, Friday.--A rare serum for the treatment of cancer will be used for the first time in ...

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  15. Treatment of Cardinal

    CANBERRA, Friday.--The Australian Government has made representations to the Hungarian Government in the ...

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  16. Reform of A.L.P. Branch Checked

    Breaking up a meeting called last night to re-form Newport branch of the A.L.P. was described by the president of Victorian branch of the A.L.P. (Mr. ...

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  17. Clerks Request Ballot Inquiry

    An immediate inquiry into the conduct of the recent elections in the Miscellaneous Section of the Clerks' Union was ...

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  18. Too Many Old Men Leading Australia

    Australia, as a progressive young country, is to too great an extent governed by old men. This was said yesterday by ...

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  19. No Cut in Prices for Cigarettes

    The price of imported cigarettes in Victoria will remain unaltered despite the penny a packet reduction ...

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  20. J.P. Criticises Motor Cyclists

    GEELONG, Friday.--In the Coroner's Court today Mr. D. R. Maddern, J.P., said that the practice of three persons riding ...

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    THIS BEAR could be praising Melbourne's cool water supply or the weather. His attitude shows that he is at least enjoying himself as he takes a shower from a hose through the top of his cage. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Field Training for Air Cadets

    Seventeen first-year cadets from the R.A.A.F. College, Point Cook, will leave early on Monday for a two weeks' ...

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  23. Plane Arrives on One Engine

    SYDNEY, Friday.--A Trans-Australia Airlines DC3 airliner flew the last 35 minutes of its Journey from Melbourne to ...

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  24. A.N.A. Day Carnival at Brenock Park

    Sir Robert Knox will be guest Speaker at an Australia Day all sports carnival at Brenock Park, Lower Fern Tree Gully, ...

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  25. Advertising

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  26. Rare Vintage

    AUCKLAND (A.A.P.-Reuter), Friday.--Two unbroken bottles of wine and one of cherry brandy have ...

    Article : 103 words
  27. Advertising

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  28. More Even Trade Sought by Italy

    Principal aim of the Italian legation to be established in Canberra is to increase trade between Italy and Australia. The first Italian Minister to ...

    Article : 249 words
  29. Gas Price Rise Claim for Govt.

    Details of the Metropolitan Gas Company's claims for an increase in gas prices are being prepared for submission to the ...

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  30. No More Beer in February

    There will be no appreciable increase in the beer output of Carlton and United Breweries during February. Arranged on ...

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  31. Mental Decline After Age of 40

    GEELONG, Friday.--Business men, greying at the temples, listened dismally tonight to a psychiatrist who told them that once they passed the age of 40 they started to decline--though very ...

    Article : 239 words
  32. No Easing of Petrol Ration

    CANBERRA, Friday.--Reports of possible retrenchments in liquid fuel offices in some States do not foreshadow ...

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  33. Barmen Want Saturdays Off

    AUCKLAND, Friday.--Barmen may refuse to work on Saturdays if agreement is not reached in conciliation ...

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  34. Ship on Bail of £80000

    Security for bail of about £80,000 was lodged on behalf of the owners of the Swedish ship Citos yesterday before she ...

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  35. Council to View Miller Homes

    GEELONG, Friday.--Members of the Coburg city council will visit Geelong next Wednesday to inspect the Miller ...

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  36. Allowances for Miners Phthisis

    The State Government will introduce a bill to increase allowances to sufferers from miners' phthisis from £52 to ...

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  37. German Cars to be Sold

    Two Volkswagens--Hitler's people's car--will be auctioned, together with a large quantity of spares, by the ...

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    THE YARRA provided one of the few cool outlooks in the city yesterday. These three girls were some of the thousands who took advantage of it and, in their lunch hour, sought what breeze there was along tree-shaded Alexandra avenue. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  39. A.W.U. Roll Still Grows

    During last year the Australian Workers' Union, the largest union in Australia, enrolled 16,462 new members. ...

    Article : 95 words
  40. Australians Like Own Wines

    CANBERRA, Friday.--Australian wine is becoming so popular in Australia that there may be very little left for ...

    Article : 111 words
  41. Band Recitals

    Free band performances, under the auspices of Melbourne City Council, will be given in city gardens tomorrow, ...

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  42. Steel Arriving for Horse Shoes

    The shortage of steel for horse shoes will be relieved by the arrival of 46 tons on the River Burdekin and 100 tons ...

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