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  2. Advertising

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  3. Cabinet to seek legal advice on Communist control

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) said to-night that the Communist Party Dissolution Act decision was merely the beginning of the fight against Communism, not the end of it. ...

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  4. The Courier-Mail

    THROWING out of the Communist Party Dissolution Act in the High Court does not ...

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  5. "Frenzy of revenge" at Ambon

    LOS NEGROS, March 9 (A.A.P.).—Japanese executioners whipped themselves into a frenzy of revenge before they butchered 200 Australian prisoners-of-war ...

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    TOKIO, March 9 (A.A.P.).—United Nations troops drove forward to-day in Western and Central Korea, but growing Communist resistance slowed the advance on the eastern front. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Serious power doubts

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Federal Government's chief policy items are now threatened with ...

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  8. PLOT NO. 1

    KARACHI, March 9 (A.A.P.). — A plot "aimed at creating commotion by violent means" ...

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  9. "Lost" professor safe

    ROCKHAMPTON, Friday. — A policeman to-day found the missing English professor ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Friday. — A transmission error threw Parliament House into confusion when the High Court ...

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  11. Wharfies back on overtime

    WATERSIDERS will work wharf overtime in Brisbane to-day for the first time since February ...

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  12. £830 Ball prize

    Mr. L. Parr, of North Mackay, was the only entrant to pinpoint the centre of the ball in this week's Find-the-Ball ...

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  13. Big jagged tooth left

    PORT MORESBY, March 9 (A.A.P.).—The huge cone of rock which had been built up to a height of 1500 ...

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    NEW YORK, March 9.—The four-months-old Tibetan war has ended in victory for the Communists, says the ...

    Article : 81 words
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  16. "Official" on Bevin soon?

    LONDON, March 9 (A.A.P.).—The Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee), who saw the King last night, called the ...

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  17. Queuille again?

    PARIS, March 9 (A.A.P.).—M. Henri Queuille, the Radical Leader, has received enough support to form a new ...

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  18. N.Z. to aid Asia

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.—New Zealand will contribute £3 million under the Colombo Plan for aid to South ...

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  19. Happy Princess

    BRIGHT - EYED Princess Margaret at the Covent Garden Opera House in London last week to see the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. Callide coal road grant

    CANBERRA, Friday. — The Federal Government is prepared to spend £186,000 improving the ...

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    NEW YORK, March 9 (A.A.P.).—Martha Beck and her lover, Raymond Fernandez, were electrocuted to-night in Sing Sing Prison for turning "lonely hearts" romances into murder for ...

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    A YOUTH was killed instantly and his girl pillion rider critically injured when their motor cycle struck a parked truck in Anzac Avenue, Kallangur, at 8.35 last night. ...

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  23. Heat goes, but showers likely

    Brisbane can expect fine but cloudy weather this week-end without the unusually high temperatures of earlier this ...

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  24. Govt. saving by dumping files

    CANBERRA, Friday. — The Commonwealth is saving money by destroying useless records. The annual report, of the ...

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  25. Britain will rule own air

    LONDON, March 9. — Britain's own air defences will not be under North Atlantic Treaty command, according ...

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  26. Truman ready to retire next year

    WASHINGTON, March 9. (Special).—President Truman has had enough Presidency, and intends to retire in 1952. ...

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  27. Yugoslav note to charge Russia

    BELGRADE, March 9 (A.A.P.). — Yugoslavia to-day will hand to the United Nations and all countries with whom ...

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  28. Aid from France

    LONDON, March 9 (A.A.P.)—The Viet-Namese State Cabinet agreed to-day to abide by a 1049 agreement, and accept ...

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  29. Palana on way

    The damaged Palana, which was wrecked off Pine Peak Island on January 4, was towed 120 miles yesterday in her ...

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  30. Potato ships

    CANBERRA, Friday. — The Shipping Traffic Committee would keep a special watch on Brisbane potato requirements ...

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  31. 2 1/2d Back on mo.

    LONDON, March 9 (A.A.P.).—The State Council, Egypt's highest court of appeal, yesterday awarded an Alexandria ...

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  32. "Decency threat"

    TOKIO, March 9 (A.A.P.).—Pusan Radio said Lee Chul Won, South Korean Information Bureau chief, had stated ...

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  33. Called a "bully"

    LONDON, March 9 (A.A.P.). The Daily Herald says the Speaker of the House of Commons (Mr. Clifton-Brown) ...

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    Jack Murphy, 10 stone preliminary boxer stepped into the Brisbane Stadium ring last night wearing his sister's hair net. The crowd yelled "sissy,' the bell rang, Murphy tore out and punched George Ashcroft (10.4) ...

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  35. Liner refloated

    LONDON, March 9 (A.A.P.).—Ten tugs have refloated the New Zealand liner, Rangitane, which went aground in the ...

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