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  4. SEASIDE TOWNS TO CONFER ON

    A CONFERENCE of seaside towns is to be called by the Redcliffe Town Council to decide a consistent policy ...

    Article : 437 words
  5. Stale's Best Rain For 5 Months, But

    SOUTH-EASTERN Queensland had its best rain for five months during the last 36 hours, but the worst-hit drought areas ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. RED ATTACKS BRITAIN AT PEACE PARLEY

    PARIS, September 18 (A.A.P.)—Britain was bitterly attacked by Russia at a meeting of the peace conference military committee to-day. A Russian delegate, M. Slavin, angrily ...

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  7. IT'S MY VOTE

    HOUSING is one of the things about which we have heard too little in the election ...

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  8. Air Fare Rates Fight On

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Government-owned Trans-Autralian Airlines from to-night has reduced the ...

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  9. BIG SURPLUS OF RUBBER

    LONDON, Sept. 18 (A.A.P.).—Rubber stocks are piling up on estates all over Malaya as production increases steadily, says ...

    Article : 111 words
  10. ARMY PROBE ON WATER IN JAPAN

    THE Director-General of Army Medical Services (Major-General Burston) is on his way to Japan to investigate complaints that [?] water is dooming Australian occupation troops to an ear death. ...

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  11. WESTERN EYES ALL ON CLOUDS

    GOONDIWINDI, Wednesday.—Never was the sky watched more anxiously than to-day, when the first real train clouds for months billowed over Goondiwindi, Talwood, Inglewood, and Yelarbon districts. ...

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  12. Britons To Get Better Bread

    LONDON, Sept. 18 (A.A.P.).—Millers have been given permission to reduce the wheat extraction rate from 90 per cent. to 85 ...

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  13. PLANE THAT CAN SWIM IS U.S. HOPE

    NEW YORK, September 18 (Special).—The United States Navy Department is experimenting with models of amphibious combat ...

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  14. ARCHBISHOP FACES TREASON CHARGE

    BELGRADE, Sept. 18 (A.A.P.).—A Yugoslav Government communique states that the head of the Catholic Church in Yugoslavia. ...

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  15. Planes Guide Ghost Bombs

    LONDON, Sept. 18 (Special).—Fairly good evidence now exists that at least some of the "ghost bombs" passing over Sweden are controlled ...

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  17. NURSED GRUDGE FOR 26 YEARS

    LONDON, Sept. 18 (Special).—A man who indulged in a grudge is had cherished for a quarter of a century is going to prison for ...

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  18. FIGHTING IN GREECE

    ATHENS, Sept. 18 (A.A.P.).—More clashes in northern Greece between bandits from Albania and Greeks have been resorted. ...

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  19. R.N.A. FOOTBALL "GATE" DOUBTED

    ROYAL National Association figures listing gate takings at the Brisbane-Balmain Rugby League game under floodlight at the Exhibition last Monday night were challenged last night ...

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  20. NEW YORK TURNS TO HORSE MEAT

    NEW YORK, September 18.—Many New Yorkers are earing horse meat because of the acute nation-wide meat famine. Butchers say they like it. The shortage of meat is ...

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  21. "HUSH" BOMBER FROM U.S. HERE

    PERTH, Wednesday.—The Neptune, a new American naval twin-engined patrol bomber, arrived in Perth to-day via Townsville from ...

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  22. JAP SEEKS PARDON FOR WAR CRIMES

    BATAVIA, Sept. 18 (A.A.P.).—Sentenced to death for physical and mental cruelty to internees, including British and Australians ...

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  23. TOP SALARY £3 WEEK; LEFT £46,000 AT 86

    LONDON, September 18 (Special).—Gilbert Hall, of Sheffield, who never earned more than £3 a week died at the age of 86, leaving £46,777. Hall vowed that he would ...

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  24. SHIVERS HERE, WEST HOT

    WHILE Brisbane had its lowest September maximum reading yesterday since 1935, the dry western areas sweltered in temperatures of up to 100 degrees. Urandangie, Boulia, and ...

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