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  4. Some Govt. members urging: "Let the people decide"

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—A strong section of the Government is urging Cabinet to force an early election on the industrial disruption issue. They want the Government to CHINESE SEAMEN in the fuselage of the Curtis Commando aircraft in which they flew from Hong Kong to Brisbane. They are now "grounded" in Brisbane indefinitely. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Day BY Day

    FIJI, Thursday.—The Americans are making it awfully easy for restless Australian ...

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  6. Atom man's blast at wool men

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — The sheep industry was one of Australia's biggest curses, atomic energy scientist, Professor Marcus Oliphant told a top ...

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  7. CHILD SEEKS £30.000

    Brisbane man is claiming an English fortune of more than £30,000 for his two-year-old daughter. He is Mr. C. Coiquboun a fork-lift driver ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Thursday. — The Arbitration Act Amendment Bill series to strengthen ...

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  9. 1 Dead, 3 hurt

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Three guests travelling to a society wedding were injured to-night in ...

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  10. 7 Japs in death sentence

    LOS NEGROS, March 8 (A.A.P.).—Seven former members of the Japanese Imperial Navy ...

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    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Full Court will give its judgment on the Communist ...

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  12. 'Staggering' Red losses in Korea

    TOKIO, March 8 (A.A.P.) .—Communist casualties in Central Korea in the last 24 hours have been among the heaviest of the campaign. Some frontline reports describe them as ...

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  13. North bound

    The Premier (Mr. Hanlon) will visit Townsville on April 14 to turn the first sod In the erection of the £250,000 North ...

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  14. Trainees in by July

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—First national service trainees will probably be in the Services' hands at the beginning at July. ...

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  15. Deputy for rolls job

    MR. D. W Fraser. senior public service inspector, yesterday was appointed to act as deputy State electoral officer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Killer reads holy book

    LONDON, March 8.—A 26-year-old carpenter, who murdered Persia's Premier (General Razmara). is now ...

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  17. More Skymasters

    MELBOURNE, Thursday — Australian National Airways has added three Skymasters to Its fleet. ...

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  18. Allies will help Tito

    LONDON, March 8. — Britain and America have agreed that any request from Yugoslavia for military ...

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    SEVENTY-SIX lucky Chinamen dropped in to Eagle Form yesterday for dinner—and staved the night. They stepped from two ...

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  21. All at sea on this paint job

    A Queensland repainting Job will soon be world news. Mariners everywhere are being advised that the State ...

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  22. "No Sino-Burma frontier row"

    RANGOON, March 8 (A.A.P.). —The Burmese Premier [Thakin Nu) told Parliament .to-day that relations between ...

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  23. Kidnap Czech?

    NEW YORK, March 8 (A.A.P.).—Czech, sources in America claim that the former Czech. Foreign Minister ...

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  24. Killed by truck

    TWEED HEADS, Thursday. —A utility truck had to be jacked up to release a man whom it had run over in Enid ...

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  25. Chief Freemason

    LONDON, March 8 (Special) —Lord Scarbrough, Deputy grand Master, was unanimously elected in London ...

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  26. Did not baptise his grandchild

    LONDON, March 8 (Special). —The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Fisher) did not bapcise his first grandchild—a ...

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  27. Political relish

    Sauce bottles bristled on Parliamentary dining-room tables yesterday after Wednesday's opposition protest alleging ...

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  28. King improving

    LONDON, March 8 (A.A.P.). —The King, who has been suffering from a feverish chill, continues to make satisfactory progress. ...

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    NEW YORK, March 8 (Special).—A New York "Beauty Queen" has to return presents, lavished on her to a textile salesman, charged with a £20.000 swindle. ...

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  30. Cyclist killed

    A cyclist died of injuries after crashing into the rear of a busabout 7.20 a.m. on Gymple Road, Strathpine, yesterday. ...

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  31. Encephalitis?

    GRAFTON, Thursday. — A 50-year-old man, a resident of Lismore, is a patient in Coff's Harbour Hospital as a ...

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  32. Liner aground

    LONDON, March 8 (A.A.P.). —The New Zealand passengercreight liner Rangitane (28,000 tons) has gone aground in the ...

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