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  5. Mass Murders, Stabbings And Misery In India Are Described In This Graphic Story Of A Train Journey Across The Blood-Soaked Punjab.

    NEW DELHI, August 27.—After a trip on India's crack express, the Frontier Mail, I now know why it runs up to 48 hours late between Lahore and Delhi. ...

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  6. THE WOLF WAS IN

    BY RADIO from London last night came this cartoon on Britain's economic crisis, published in the London Daily Mail ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. 'WON'T SURRENDER CONTROL': FOLEY

    THE State Parliamentary Labour Party yesterday unanimously supported the Government's stand on control of the coal mining industry in Queensland. ...

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  8. Suspect Jumps Off Roof

    A SUSPECTED burglar was captured last night at the Fifth Avenue frock salon, Constance Street, Valley, after a ...

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  9. JEWS TO FAST IN AUST.

    Jews in Australia will hold a day's fast as a protest against Britain's sending Jewish refugees back to Germany. ...

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  10. EMPIRE AIM IS US. RULE IN PACIFIC

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Support for proposals that the United States should continue to exercise a dominating military influence in the north-west Pacific, to guard against a resurgence of Japanese aggressive ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. HAD TO HUN TO KEEP HER HEMLINE

    NEW YORK, August 27 (Special). — The revolt against long skirts found a militant supporter to-day in Mrs. ...

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  12. £13 To Pay £62,000 Tax

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—A former Melbourne shoe manufacturer and punter, Francis Joseph Cook, claimed he had assets of only ...

    Article : 251 words
  13. NEW TARGETS ON AUSTERITY

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Reduction to a minimum of the 100 million dollar (£31,267,500) gap between Australian dollar earnings and expenditure, is the target for the ...

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  14. Move In U.S. To Effect Price Cuts

    NEW YORK, August 27 (Special and A.A.P.).—Alarmed at recent price increases, President Truman is preparing to launch an ...

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  15. Boy Caught In Saw Belt; Killed

    Albert Edward Rogers, 15, of Main Coast Rd., Redcliffe, was killed when he was caught by a belt operating a circular saw at ...

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  17. MAN FATALLY HURT

    GRAFTON Wednesday.—William James Thompson, 62, of Wentworthville, Sydney, died at Grafton Base Hospital to-night ...

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  18. FUNERAL OF JUDGE TO-DAY

    Mr. Justice E. A. Douglas died suddenly at his home yesterday afternoon. His funeral will leave St. ...

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  19. 200 Mile Ride For Polo Test

    FOUR bushmen have ridden 200 miles to play polo at Quilpie, 620 miles from Brisbane. An three days next week. Fifteen others will travel up to 70 miles to take part in ...

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  20. RAIL FARES UP IN VIC.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday. — An average overall increase of 15 per cent. in rail fares was approved by the Victorian Cabinet ...

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  21. 4BK-AK TO-DAY

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