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  2. Review bank case & foreign policy

    CANBERRA, Monday.—The Attorney-General and External Affairs Minister (Dr. ...

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    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Between 200 and 300 people were treated for minor injuries by ambulance men when a crowd of more than 50,000 stormed the ...

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  4. Limbs in lace

    LATEST rage of Paris. Lace leares and flowers now encrust black net stockings for full evening wear. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Two 1950 conferences in Brisbane

    MORE than 1000 doctors from all parts of the world will assemble in Brisbane next year for the biggest medical conferences to be held in Australia. ...

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  6. Big election fight

    LIBERAL and Country Parties have been actively campaigning for four months for the ...

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    AN estimated 00,000 bales of wool will be offered at the Brisbane June sales to begin next ...

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  8. Four hurt in two smashes

    FOUR young men were in Brisbane General Hospital, one dangerously ill, after two motor cycle ...

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  9. Libraries short of staff

    Lack of trained librarians was retarding development of Brisbane City Council's municipal ...

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    SIX Queensland entrants in this year's Miss Australia Quest yesterday chose another candidate for the Quest. The six girls made their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. £114,000 ON HOSPITAL

    A new £114,000 wing will be added to the Ipswich General Hospital soon. The Ipswich Hospital Board ...

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    If the strike of B.H.P. employees at Iron Knob (S.A.) continues much longer every foundry in Queensland will ...

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  13. Sees obstacle to women's rights

    Senator Annabelle Rankin said last night she regretted that legislation for equal status for women should have been ...

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  14. Hold-up arrest

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A 20-year-old youth was arrested in Canberra to-day on charges arising from the post office ...

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  15. Smokes for N.Z.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday (A.A.P.-Reuters).—More cigarettes are to be Imported to supplement New Zealand ...

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  16. Man arrested

    HOBART, Monday.—A 24-year-old married man of Magra was arrested at New Norfolk to-day, following police ...

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  17. Local area links

    Next local authority amalgamation may be either on the Darling Downs or on the North Coast. ...

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  18. New rates may bump up prices

    Increase in interstate shipping freight would mean a slight increase in the cost of southern building supplies for ...

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  19. Output lost by extra Govt. staff

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Reduction in the cost of Government mid the increasing number of temporary Government employees, in an effort to raise production, was urged by the Federal ...

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  20. Ipswich seat Lab. magnet

    Labour plebiscite on July 9 to select a candidate for the Ipswich by-election will be keenly fought. ...

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    MORE than 1000 people saw the Royal Standard unfurled and lowered at the Kelvin Grove Barracks yesterday in the most colourful Army ceremony seen in Brisbane for years. ...

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  22. Petrol lifts beach trade

    Some Queensland beaches reported a greater number of visitors in cars yesterday following the abandonment of ...

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  23. Praise for R.S.L.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Returned Servicemen's League scheme to bring British ex-servicemen here as migrants ...

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    To moke for greater navigation safety, especially in rivers, all open boats must now carry a light. ...

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  25. City tram block

    Trams piled up from North Quay to Petrie Bight at 5 p.m yesterday when a tram, bound for Clayfield, was derailed in ...

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  26. Advertising

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  27. His previous best catch—100lb.

    A 10051b. tiger shark, believed to be the biggest caught in Queensland waters this year, teas landed yesterday by 23-year-old Geoffrey Ham, of Highclere Street, Clay field. The shark was hooked at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. 2 burnt by gas

    A young woman and an R.A.A.F. corporal were injured last night when gas exploded in a kitchen oven at a house ...

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  29. Snowy project

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Electric power to be derived from the Snowy River hydro-electric scheme has been estimated in ...

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  30. Take no action

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The State Executive of the Federated Engine-drivers and Firemen's Association, at its ...

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  31. New look in gaol

    SYDNEY, Monday.—New uniforms will be issued to prisoners in New South Wales gaols in a few months. They ...

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  32. 3 children burnt

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Three children were burned in an explosion when they were playing with petrol and matches in ...

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  33. Set self on fire

    KALGOORLIE (W.A.), Monday).—Mrs. Thelma Euphemia Thomas, 38, of Kalgoorlie, was found unconscious by her ...

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  34. Television plan

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Future of television in Australia will, be decided by Federal Cabinet to-morrow. Recommendations of the ...

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  35. Fruit for East

    The Dutch liner Nieuw Holland berthed in Brisbane yesterday to load 4000 cases of Queensland apples and oranges ...

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  36. Quit quarantine

    FREMANTLE, Monday.—Eight passengers from the smallpox liner Mooltan and three members of the crew ...

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  37. Churchman dies

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Right Rev. R. J. Howie, who was inducted Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in ...

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  38. Still missing

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Fifty searchers from Bays-water have failed to find Avan Schultz, 25, fruiterer, of ...

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