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  4. Defence value of Snowy power plan

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Defence value of the Snowy hydroelectric scheme was ...

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    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Wartime measures are to be reintroduced to meet the coal crisis. The Cabinet Emery envy Committee to-night authorised drastic legislation—similar to the ...

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    IF THE threatened general coal strike takes place Queensland workers might soon be reading similar notices to this one put up outside a Sydney factory. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Labour members unanimously support the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

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  8. Rushed electricity to beat cold snap

    WITH power restrictions threatened next week, Brisbane householders consumed a record amount of electricity in the coldest period of this week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.—For the first time in 30 years steel production has ceased at ...

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    COLD nights to-night and on Saturday are expected by the Weather Bureau to bring frosts in ...

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    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Hint of a prosecution arising from the Bilinga (Q.) air crash in ...

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  12. Train that went silent

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—A plane and a locomotive to-day searched for a train reported to be "missing" in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. 'Safeguards in ballot control'

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Arbitration Court super-vision of union ballots for election of officers in cases where there is evidence of malpractice is provided in the Conciliation and Arbitration Bill ...

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  14. Can refuse benefits

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Patients may pay for "free medicine" if they wish under a Bill introduced in the Senate ...

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    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The title of the Conciliation and Arbitration Bill introduced in the Senate to-day will ...

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  16. Queensland power cut announcement to-day

    QUEENSLAND light and power restriction to operate if there is a general coal mining strike on Monday, will be announced late to-day. Deadline for their ...

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  17. Not consulted

    One key mining union—Electrical Trades—has not been consulted by the Miners' Federation on the strike ...

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  18. Premier's return

    ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday.—The Premier (Mr. Hanlon) left for Brisbane to-night after having opened the ...

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  19. China blockade may help Reds

    LONDON, June 23.—Dr. Evatt's Canberra statement advocating early de facto recognition of Chinese communist authorities is being widely cited in English and Chinese Hong Kong newspapers. ...

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  21. Miners keep warm

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.—In a tour of the coalfields, I called at the home of one miner who told me that fuel ...

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  22. State buys Jap iron

    The State Government has placed an order for 150 tons of corrugated iron and 50 tons of flat iron in Japan ...

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  23. Stand by wharfies

    MACKAY, Thursday.—Waterside workers to-day refused to offer for an "intermediate" start at 10 a.m. to ...

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  24. Owners say 'go to court'

    PRESIDENT of the Queensland Mine Owners' Association (Mr. S. Trewick) suggested last night that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. Beirne duties

    A legal authority estimated yesterday that State probate and succession duties and Federal estate duty would bite ...

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  26. Beer blackout

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A complete beer blackout next week is expected if mine workers bo ahead with the general strike ...

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  27. N.G. timber deal report to-day?

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—Mr. Justice Ligertwood's report on the New Guinea timber inquiry had been sent to the ...

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  28. New parasite

    HOBART, Thursday.—A parasite related to that which occurs in the dreaded African sleeping sickness carried by ...

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  29. Fire in bakery

    Fire broke out in a bakery owned by Mr. George Spearritt, in Park Road, Woolloongabba, late last night. ...

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  30. 35 die in crash

    ROME, June 23 (A.A.P.).—A four-engined plane, believed to be flying on the Batavia—Amsterdam run, crashed into ...

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  31. Big wheat sowing

    A record Queensland wheat sowing is expected this season. A preliminary survey by the Agriculture Department shows ...

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  32. Helicopter tests

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The R.A.A.F. was experimenting with its only helicopter before deciding whether to buy any ...

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