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    Back-bench Labor members yesterday forced the Government to defer the submission of its Liquor Reform Bill to the Legislative Assembly until Tuesday next. ...

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  6. Spoon-fed by the Army

    PRE-CHRISTMAS PARTY SUPPLIES were recently brought right up to the point of disposal at Futaba Hoikuen Orphanage by men of the Commonwealth Forces, Tokio, who "adopted" the orphanage for Christmas-cheer purposes. This glimpse of proceedings shows Signalman M. Oliver, of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    NEW YORK, Nov. 17-- There was one thing certain immediately after Mr. Harry Truman had concluded his speech last night on the Harry Dexter White case-- it had not stopped the controversy ...

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  8. Naval Gunfire Angers Bayside

    Hundreds of telephone calls from angry people complaining about "loud explosions" and "noises coming from the Bay" jammed the switchboard at ...

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  10. Communists Insistent on Talks Plan

    Communist delegates at the political talks today proposed that Russia, ...

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  11. Close Watch to Prevent Suicide Bid

    Prison warders kept a close night-long watch through a spy hole in the cell of 77-year-old Gaston ...

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  12. Australian Flag in Abbey Appeal

    LONDON Nov. 17.--The Acting Australian High Commissioner (Mr. E. McCarthy) will climb the spiral case in the north-west tower of ...

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  13. The Patonga Has First Trials

    The Peninsular and Orient Line's latest cargo ship the Patonga-- aboriginal for Little Wallaby ...

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  14. Royal Assent for Lottery Bill

    Tattersall's now has legal authority from the Victorian Parliament to conduct a lottery in Victoria for 10 years. Royal assent was given ...

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    FIRST USE OF THE BOOK SECTION, after the new social and recreation centre, Central Telephone Exchange, had been officially opened yesterday, was shared by the Director of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. N. W. Strange), who opened the centre, and telephonists (from left) Alma Wood, Janette ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. All-Day Suckers Secret of Bomb

    LONDON, November 17 (A.A.P.).-- Aniseed balls were used to solve the problem of delaying explosion of the deadly wartime limpet bomb. ...

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  18. Found Dead in London

    LONDON, -- An Australian visitor to London, Mr. Albert Bruce Barnett, 55, of Alexander Parade, ...

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