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  2. From the Top of a Smoke Stack

    THE TALL SMOKE STACK OF THE M.C C.'s POWER STATION, Spencer-street (top left) rising 300 feet above the ground; (top right), steeplejack Manuel Janides, after climbing to the top: (lower) a view of Victoria Dock from the top of the smoke stack. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Wednesday. -- A four-point plan to step up Australian food production will be submitted by the Commonwealth to the States when the Agricultural Council meets here on February 27. ...

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    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--Police claims that he owned the biggest sly grog establishment in Sydney, apart from night clubs and cabarets, were denied today by Elwyn Thomas, 40 years, of 27 Caledonia-street, Paddington, ...

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  5. Meat Board Has Scheme

    The Australian Meat Board yesterday considered a new programme for meat production, and it will forward it to ...

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  6. Farmers Seek Tax Review

    CANBERRA, Wednesday--A complete review of rates of taxation to provide an incentive for greater food production was urged by the Australian Wheat Growers' ...

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  7. A.C.T.U. Stand on Link With World Unions

    The A.C.T.U. made it clear yesterday that it would not have affiliated with the International Confederation of Free ...

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  8. Butter Price Not to Change

    Victoria's desire to hand back butler price fixing to the Commonwealth will not affect consumers immediately. ...

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  9. Weaver May Stay in Japan This Time

    TOKIO, Feb. 13 (A.A.P.). --The Japanese prosecutor's office today declared it would not charge Frank, Loyal Weaver with illegal entry into Japan. ...

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  10. C.R.B. Asked for Plans on Kew Highway

    The Country Roads Board has been asked by the Minister for Public Works (Mr. Byrnes) to report on ...

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  11. Mr. Acheson Leaves for European Talks

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 (A.A.P.).-- The U.S. Secretary of State (Mr. Acheson) left by plane yesterday for London, where he hopes to free the negotiations for ...

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  12. All-Night Tram on Toorak Line

    All night tram services will be restored on the Toorak line on February 24, for the first time since the tram strike two ...

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  13. Chinese Film Ban Appeal

    The Australia-China Society, the aim of which is "to extend and strengthen cultural, trade and peaceful relations with ...

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  14. "Home James"

    NORWALK (California) --A man wearing a red-devil mask and-driven by a chauffeur in an expensive motor ...

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  15. C.P. Men for L.C.P. Seats

    The Country Party is likely to- contest South-Eastern and Western Provinces now held by. L.C.P. Members at the ...

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  17. Committee Meets

    Applications from bush-fire victims for relief will be examined today by a departmental committee set up by ...

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  19. Casualties in Korea War

    Two Victorians are included in an army casualty list from Korea issued yesterday. Pte. Keith McNeill, of Shep ...

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  20. A.L.P. Opposes Youth Carnival

    MOE, Wednesday.--A peace conference to be held in Yallourn from February 16 to 24 is being strongly opposed or ...

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  21. Children Are "Tops'' With These Girls

    A group of 127 young women who gathered at Kew yesterday are unanimous, on one point--they all love children and intend to do something to help them. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. More Sugar on Monday

    Housewives should be able to buy more white sugar after Monday. Retail grocers will receive bigger quotas. ...

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  23. Govt. May Force Immunisation

    Immunisation against diphtheria may have to made compulsory in Victoria if the present voluntary system shows ...

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