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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST:

    Continued humid unsettled weather ...

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    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--Hopes of settling the coal dispute now centre on the joint meeting of the emergency committee of the A.C.T.U. and the central Council of the Miners' Federation ...

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  6. Scenes After Contempt Hearing

    UNIFORMED POLICE AND PLAIN-CLOTHES MEN were on duty outside the Arbitration Court yesterday (centre) when the court gave its decision in the contempt proceedings against Miners' Federation ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    During the next two days all low-lying areas north of the ranges and east of the Loddon River can expect the worst floods, for more than 10 years. Throughout yesterday and last night, abnormally heavy rain ...

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  8. Inter-Capital Train Trips Cost More

    Inter-capital rail fares and freight rates will cost more as from March 1. ...

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  9. Mac Arthur's Pledge on Border Crossing

    KOREAN FRONT, February 20 (A.A.P.-Reuters).--General MacArthur visited the Wonju front today and ordered a "resumption of the initiative" by the United Nations forces. He added, however, he would not arbitrarily execute his ...

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    "AH! LASS, LOOK YONDER."--Kilted young Scot, Archie Graham.--from Glasgow, introduces his sister, Nancy, to Melbourne from the deck of the Strathaird at Station Pier yesterday. The two Grahams are bound for New Zealand, where their family will make a new home. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A world's record price for wool has again been recorded at Geelong sales. During intense bidding ...

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  13. Adequate Subsidies on Imported Coal

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--The Prime Minister. (Mr. Menzies) announced tonight that the Commonwealth Government was prepared to pay "adequate subsidies" on the use of Callide coal from Queensland by other States, and on coal imparted from ...

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  14. British Voice on Japan Emphasised

    N LONDON, February 20 (A.A.P.).--The time is coming when the British view must be heard in discussions concerning Japan's future. ...

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  15. Allies Won Great Victory Near Seoul

    The Allied victory near Seoul is one of the greatest they have won in any war. ...

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  17. 19,000 British Dockers Stage Protest Strike

    LONDON, February 20 (A.A.P.).--Thousands of London, Manchester and Glasgow dockers stopped work today when seven leaders of the recent unofficial dock strike were due to appear on remand at Bow Street court to answer charges of inciting ...

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  19. Special Plane For Ministers

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--The Victorian Premier (Mr. McDonald) and the Minister for Transport (Mr. ...

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