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  4. MURDER CHARGE BRINGS THREE YOUNG MEN BEFORE ROCKHAMPTON COURT

    ROCKHAMPTON : Three young men were charged in the Rockhampton Police Court today with the wilful murder on or about February 25 of Flora Prior, 25- year-old domestic. The men are: Ernest Joseph Davidson, 18, lad porter: Rev ...

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  5. SEARCH FOLLOWS PLANE DISASTER.

    In squally weather this morning a "Telegraph" photographer flew over the spot where the Dutch Dakota plane dived into: the sea yesterday, resulting in the loss of six lives. Top picture shows the area where the plane crashed off Point Lookout. Another Dutch plane, a Lockheed, is making a search for wreckage and bodies. LOWER PICTURE: It was into the water in the foreground around Shag and Boat Rocks, off Point Lookout, that the plane ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. P.O.W. May Get Up To £200Each

    CANBERRA: Soldiers who were prisoners of war in enemy hands may receive substantial lump sum payments totalling £2 million from the Federal Government ...

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  7. More Rain Likely

    More unsettled weather with moderate falls of rain, can be expected for the next few days, ...

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  8. New U.S. Ambassador To Britain

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (A.A.P.): President Truman has appointed Mr. Lewis Williams ...

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  9. SEAS PREVENT PLANE SEARCH

    It is unlikely that any attempt will be made today to find the wreckage of the Dutch Dakota, which plunged into the sea off Stradbroke Island yesterday. The six members of the crew perished. ...

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  10. Hours Decision May Bring Higher Qld. Tax Demand

    CANBERRA: Some Federal Ministers believe that the decision of the Queensland Premier (Mr. Hanlon) to introduce a 40 hours week in Queensland if the Federal Arbitration Court does not ...

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  11. Was Willing To Hang to Be Hero

    David Ware wanted to appear a hero and was willing to be hanged for a murder he did not commit, according to a White Paper issued ...

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  12. Mckell Ceremony On March 11

    former N.S.W. Labour Premier will [?]t. sworn in as Governor- General on Tuesday, March 11. The ceremony will be performed ...

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  13. No Reply to British Note On Arrest

    The Under-Secretary to the Foreign Office (Major Mayhew) told the House of Commons that the British Embassy In Warsaw ...

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  14. EXPRESS DELAYED BY DERAILMENT

    SYDNEY: The second division of the Melbourne express was delayed 109 minutes when two engines were derailed at Demondrille, near ...

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  15. Ration Scale May Remain

    MELBOURNE: The warning by the Director of Rationing (Mr. J. B. Gumming) not ...

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  16. Stir over Lang Attack

    CANBERRA: By refusing to vote with the Government when it gagged Mr. Lang (Ind. Lab., N.S.W.), in the House of ...

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  17. Stop Press

    RUSSIAN OFFICERS stopped the official British night train from Berlin to the west at the zonal border and uncoupled and sent back to Berlin ...

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  19. 2 TRAMWAYMEN'S APPEALS FAIL

    An appeal by' two tramwaymen against a decision by the general manager of the Tramways Department to fine them £1, notifying them that a recurrence would be seriously noted, was dismissed ...

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  20. Stage 'Battle' Proves Fatal

    Harold Norman, Repertory Theatre actor, of Oldham, who was wounded with a dagger in a stage battle on January 30, died at the ...

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  21. Monk's Testimony Against Nazis

    An affidavit by an old Capucin monk read at the trial of General Kesselring for alleged war crimes in Italy describes how he buried 56 Italians ...

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  22. HANDCUFFS ORDERED TAKEN OFF

    SYDNEY: Permission was sought in the Appeals Court today to bring Cecil John Rolls, 25, dealer, before the court in handcuffs ...

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  23. LABOUR PARTY ELECTION OF STATE GOVERNING BODY

    TOWNSVILLE: The Premier (Mr. Hanlon) and the president of the Queensland Trades and Labour Council (Mr. H. J. Harvey) ran a dead heat in the ballot for members of the Queensland Central Executive of the Labour Party today. Both polled 85 votes each. ...

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  24. Repentant Offender

    John William Drinkwell, 51, war pensioner, was charged in the Police Court today with having been found drunk in St. ...

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  25. Crash Into Sea

    Officials of Orly airport (Paris) have confirmed that a Curtiss military pursu[?] plane, carrying only a pilot, crashed into the sea off Cape Ferret, ...

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  26. Grounded Steamer Refloated

    The steamer Royal Ulsterman which grounded in the Firth of Clyde during a blizzard last night, has floated off and is proceeding ...

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