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    LONDON, Jan. 10 (Special and A A.P.).—The U.K. Cabinet held a special meeting on Palestine at noon to-day. ...

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  4. Largest group of migrants

    LONDON, Jan. 10.—In Liverpool's great neo - gothic cathedral they prayed yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. TRUMAN'S RECORD BUDGET GIVES— Billions for U.S. forces

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—To give Democratic nations the backing of military might, President Truman to-day asked Congress for nearly £7000 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Townsville deluge

    TOWNSVILLE, Mon.—Heavy rain in Townsville has assured the city of at least 12 months' water supply. ...

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    ST. GEORGE, Mon.—Five months ago the State Housing Commission proposed to build ...

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    WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—So far the United States has taken no particular stand ...

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  9. Sponsoring visit by two runners

    THE Courier-Mail yesterday offered to sponsor a visit to Brisbane of world famous athletes ...

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    TOKIO, Jan. 10.—United States' radar defences in Alaska are being strengthened as reports ...

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  11. Driver pinned in wreckage

    MORE than 20 rescuers worked desperately for about 10 minutes to free a man pinned in the crushed cabin of his semi-trailer truck which crashed in Ipswich Road, Annerley, at 7.45 p.m. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Science.—1 Bomb finds own target

    WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (Special).—A "thinking" guided missile which will seek out its target, and ...

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  13. Ship accident fatal

    Sydney McMahon, 62, married, of Doggett Street Valley, a waterside worker, who was injured on Thursday by a ...

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  14. Show strike

    ATHENS, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—Shopkeepers throughout Greece, defying a Government order to remain open, closed their shops ...

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  15. Wild party in prison

    NEW YORK, Jan. 10 (Special).—Deputy Sheriff John Widman, Chief Guard AT the Carmel County Gool ...

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  16. Arms to Albania

    LONDON, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—The Daily Telegraph's Vienna correspondent says it is reliably reported that an important ...

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  17. Washaways hold trains

    SYDNEY. Mon.—Washaways on the main northern line between Brooklyn and Woondabyne this afternoon held up ...

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    NANKING, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.)—Reports spread through Nanking to-day that the Nationalist President, Chiang Kai-Shek, was "packing his bags preparatory to leaving the capital." ...

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  19. Ship delays hoist cost

    MELBOURNE, Mon.—Slow turn-around of ships on the Australian coast was a headache to overseas shipping ...

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  20. Resign order to bishops

    ROME, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—Four Hungarian bishops have been asked to resign by the Hungarian Government, but ...

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  21. 1600 to attend science congress

    HOBART, Mon.—More than 1600 delegates from all parts of the Commonwealth, New Zealand, and other countries will ...

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  22. Plane crashes on factory

    TOKIO, Jan. 10 (A.A.P.).—Two American Air Force filers and three Japanese labourers were killed when a B26 Invader ...

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  23. N.G. lease inquiry

    CANBERRA, Mon.—The terms of reference of the New Guinea Timber Lease Royal Commission could not be ...

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  24. Big influence here on world policies

    PERTH, Mon.—Middle Powers, such as Australia and Canada, could have a great Influence on the larger powers by ...

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  25. Will study reefs

    MACKAY, Mon.—A Sydney University expedition to investigate the ecology of the Great Barrier coral reefs arrived in ...

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  26. Biggest pact

    LONDON, Jan. 10 (Special).—Signature of the Anglo-Polish five years' trade pact providing for nearly £300 million sterling ...

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    MELBOURNE, Mon.—The Victorian Housewives' Association president (Mrs. J. Downing) asked Victorian housewives to-day to boycott eggs at the present price of 2/11 a dozen. ...

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    Community Show (1 p.m.) Wire Recorder's Story of Automatic Telephones (9.30 p.m.) ...

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