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  2. Harriman warns of Communist penetration

    LONDON, August 28.—President Truman's special envoy (Mr. Averell Harriman) to-day warned that Persia was "a fertile field for Tudeh (Communist) Party penetration." Mr. Harriman, who left" Teheran last week, told a London Press ...

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    In a sunny corner of the Convair Rocket at Eagle Farm yesterday lay seven-year-old Christopher Bonenti, helpless, but cheerful. With him was Michael, his 3½-year-old brother, eager to attend his every need. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. DAY by DAY

    OPTIMISTIC Brisbane Liberals, now entering the Referendum campaign ...

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    PARIS, August 28.—Mysterious poisonings have struck in three centres in France. Three deaths have added to the terror ...

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  6. And so goodbye

    SEOUL, August 28.— A Communist and Allied liaison officer met for 10 seconds in ...

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    ADVANCE jury lists are being sold to the public for 3/ a copy at the Supreme Court's Sheriff's office. "This has been the practice for years." ...

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  8. State to aid on brought

    STATE Cabinet last night declared Central Queensland a drought-stricken area. ...

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  9. Another decline in Sydney wool

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Wool prices dropped another five per cent, at the Sydney wool sales to-day. This was caused by the absence of British ...

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  10. Luxury beats industry

    HOBART, Tuesday. —Prices Ministers have failed to grapple with Australia's latest ...

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    The Premier (Mr. Hanlon) is seeking six months' leave of absence because of ill-health ...

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  12. Badly burned in car fire

    TOOWOOMBA, Tuesday. —Leslie Platz, 26, single, farm labourer, of Mackenzie Street, Middle Ridge, was ...

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  13. Malaria fears

    NEW YORK, August 28 (A.A.P.).—Mexico City health authorities fear a plague of malaria and ...

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  14. Advertising

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    IT'S the very latest in has fashions. It's called "Concealment"—and it certainly does. It has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    NAMBOUR, Tuesday.—A woman was killed this afternoon while being taken to a doctor by her husband. She was Alma Liddia ...

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  17. Want isles in Pacific

    CANBERRA, Tuesday— Some Pacific administrations are searching the Pacific for islands they ...

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  18. Six to die in Jordan

    AMMAN, August 28 (A.A.P.).—Six men have been sentenced to death for complicity in the ...

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  19. Service chiefs Jubilee guests

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— Two top-ranking British Servicemen will visit Australia as Jubilee guests next ...

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  20. 'Liven up' coal mine

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. —The director of Defence Production Planning (Mr. J. L. Knott) suggests ...

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    EMERALD, Tuesday.— The 18th bushfire this year on Nogoa Downs Station, near Emerald is ...

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  22. N.Z. prices cut next week

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday.—Price reductions promised by the Prime Minister (Mr. Holland), when ...

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    YESTERDAY'S picture of Thomas Langhorne Fleming, 43, who has been charged with the murder ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. 1000 To 1 on 'books' staying

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Odds of 1000 to 1 were being offered in racing circles to-day against the abolition ...

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  25. For Woomera

    PERTH, Tuesday.— Experiments with new weapons on the Woomera rocket range would be carried out ...

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  26. Die in Ajaska

    ANCHORAGE (Alaska), August 28 (A.A.P.).—Four people were killed, and two seriously injured in a crash ...

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  27. Ration whisky

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Merchants will probably have to ration whisky sales, said United Distillers Pty. ...

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  28. Two men killed under grader

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Two men were crushed to death when a three-and-a-half-ton grading machine collapsed ...

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  29. Man overboard really a dog

    NEW YORK, August 28 (Special).—The liner President Taft stopped for 30 minutes in mid-Pacific to ...

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  30. Games appeal

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) will launch over national broadcasting ...

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  31. Ban toy guns

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— A ban will be placed on lethal-looking, toy pistols in Victoria under a Bill to be ...

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  32. Oh, "Granny"

    PERTH, Tuesday.— Granny Smith apples, cost 8½d, each in city shops to-day. ...

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  33. 6 Lives to go

    NEW YORK, August 28 (Special).—The luckiest man in America is Lee Jorgenson, a Californian business man ...

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  34. Ban on myxo

    HOBART, Tuesday.—Tasmania has decided not to introduce the rabbit disease, myxomatosis, into the ...

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  35. Mishap to destroyer Bataan during trials

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Australian destroyer Bataan blew out her boiler tubes during final trials off Sydney at the week-end, and will not now sail for Korea on Friday. ...

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  36. Clear sergeant

    DARWIN, Tuesday.—The Police Disciplinary Board to-day cleared Sergeant John Stokes of disgraceful ...

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  37. Will tour here

    LONDON, August 28 (A.A.P.).—The Archbishop of York (Dr. Garbett) is to reach Fremantle for his ...

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  38. Wasp infested

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Wood wasps have been found in the hold of the freighter Aldebaran, which ...

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  39. Vic. sheep tally

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— For the first time Victoria has more than 20 million sheep. ...

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    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Australian crews will fly the first two Neptune long-rage anti-submarine ...

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  41. Taxi man dies

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Len Mulholland, 40, taxi driver, of St. Kilda, was killed instantly to-night ...

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  42. Summer swallow

    MADRID, August 28 (A.A.P.).—Thirty men have reached, the finals of the Barcelona beer-drinking contest with scores of up to 3000 pints over the last three months. Last year's winner swallowed 14 pints ...

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  43. New motor tax

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. —The Victorian Government proposes to increase sharply the fee for motor owners' ...

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