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    Land settlement of ex-servicemen in Victoria will cease after June 30, because the State Government, has cut the Soldier Settlement Commission's loan money needs by £3,000,000. ...

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    BRISBANE, Friday.--Complications arising out of responsibility for noises which disturbed the Bankruptcy court today led to a high official being brought before Mr. Justice Clyne for alleged contempt of the tribunal. ...

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  6. Jammed Against Wharf

    FOLLOWING A COLLISION in the river yesterday. Harbor Trust dredge, A. D. Mackenzie (called after the trust chairman) was jammed against Newport oil wharf, causing damage to the wharf. The other vessel involved was the liner Esperance Bay, which was in tow for a South wharf berth when she came in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Cushion Found in Sea May be Clue on Plane

    DARWIN, Friday.-- First possible clue to disappearance of, the Proctor aircraft on a flight from Koepang to ...

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  8. Labor Move to Block Charges by Hospitals

    The executive of the State Labor party last night called on the State Government to direct public ...

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  9. Senator Granl Loses in A.L.P. Senate Ballot

    SYDNEY, Friday. -- Senator Donald Grant has been defeated in the ballot for the selection of four ...

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  10. Americans Baffled by Soviet Road Bans in Germany

    BERLIN, May 16 (A.A.P.).--American authorities here are baffled by Soviet conduct on the Berlin to West Germany motor road. This morning Soviet ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Butter Must Rise 7d. or 8d.

    The price of butter to the consumer must rise 7d. or 8d. a pound before production in Australia will be able to meet local and overseas requirements. ...

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  12. Boycott of Milk Inquiry

    The Trades Hall Council may boycott a special meeting of the Milk Board on Wednesday. This will ...

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  13. U.S. Oil Strike Not Yet Settled

    DENVER, May 16 (A.A.P.).--Striking oil workers in the U.S. "are not expected to return to work until they receive wage increases approved by the Wage Stabilisation ...

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  14. Boy Lost in Snow on Alps

    SYDNEY, Friday. -- A search party returned to Munyang camp, five miles from the Hotel Kosciusko ...

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  15. Yarra Car Park Vote Next Week

    The use of Yarra Park and Yarra Bank as car parks will depend upon the attitude adopted by City ...

    Article : 147 words
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  18. Polio Stops Firbank Trip to "The Alice"

    ALICE SPRINGS, Friday.--A tour through here by 16 Firbank schoolgirls from Melbourne, has been cancelled because of the polio outbreak. The girls were to nave ...

    Article : 216 words
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