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  6. R.A.A.F. WILL START ON ROCKET SITE

    CANBERRA, Friday.—An R.A.A.F. construction unit will move into the Mount Eba Range head immediately to build an aerodrome and hangars. ...

    Article : 335 words
  7. SHIPS RUSHING FOOD TO GERMANS

    Courier-Mail Foreign Service and A.A.P LONDON, May 16.—British and Ameri­can authorities in Germany are mak­ing desperate attempts to prevent wide­spread food riots by rushing supplies into ...

    Article : 575 words
  8. NEWS IN NAMES

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Mr. Chifley is to be called in to referee the Fadden-Dedman £100 bet. ...

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  9. CUT IN CAFES' MEAT, BUTTER

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Meat and butter supplies to all hotels, cafes, clubs, canteens, sandwich ...

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  10. MEN VOTE FOR TEST PROJECT

    ESTABLISHMENT of the rocket-testing range in Central Australia was favoured by the majority of men ...

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  11. VICEROY ASKS EARLY DECISION TO QUIT INDIA

    LONDON, May 16.—Britain is now anxious to quit India, before June, 1948, the original date when it was decided India should have self-rule, states the Daily Express' New Delhi correspondent. ...

    Article : 218 words
  12. 30,000 Horses For Dog Meat

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Racing greyhounds in New South Wales are eating about one horse a year each, and ...

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  13. 'NO APPEAL ON VALUES'

    MARYBOROUGH, Friday.—"The matter is a very serious one which must be interpreted strictly," said Mr. D. J. Kearney, S.M., in the ...

    Article : 241 words
  14. Our Mines Are Not So Dusty

    MINES on the Ipswich coalfield were freer from dust than any others he had seen in [?] said ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. U.K. 'Lost' Sea Power

    LONDON, May 16 (A.A.P.).—Britain may no longer be able to provide adequate naval forces for her own ...

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  16. U.S. Destroyers May Come Here

    SYDNEY, Friday.—United States authorities in Australia arc endeavouring to arrange for two destroyers of the U.S. task force of ...

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  17. Million Held Up On Tax Dues

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Assessments for the financial year 1945-6 had not been issued to 1,086000 individuals, the Prime Minister ...

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  18. Beans Going To Waste

    GYMPIE, Friday.—Hundreds of bushels of beans are going to waste in the Gympie and Mary Valley districts because growers cannot ...

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  19. SOAP, CANDLE PRICES UP

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Increases in the price of soap, candles, and by-products of tallow, to operate immediately, were announced ...

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  21. WOMAN HANDS IN 104 MEAT CHITS

    MRS. B. OWLER, of Merthyr Road, New Farm, a veteran Brisbane Red Cross worker, handed in 104 coupons—the rest of her year's supply—to Red Cross headquarters yesterday to aid the food for Britain ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. WRIT AGAINST COWARD

    David Collinson, manufacturers' agent, of River Terrace, Kangaroo Point, yesterday Issued a writ out. of the Supreme Court against ...

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  23. MIGRANTS GIVEN SCRUTINY

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Australia enlisted the aid of British consuls and the British secret service in investigating the characters of ...

    Article : 107 words
  24. TERRORISTS IN NEW KILLINGS

    LONDON, May 16 (A.A.P.).—A British policeman was killed and two other policemen injured in new Jewish terrorist attacks in Palestine to-day. An electrically detonated mine blew up their car ...

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  25. Two Nips Worth Pots To Bookies

    LONDON, May 16 (Special).—The five-year-old French horse Epi d'or 7th must wear a muzzle if he ever again runs in a race in England. Epi disgraced himself when he ran in the Kempton Park ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. N.S.W. RALLIES TO LIFT BRITAIN'S FOOD

    SYDNEY, Friday.—People in New South Wales have surrendered 121,932 meat coupons and "7728 butter coupons in the last five days. ...

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  27. 4BK-AK TODAY The Courier-Mail Stations

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