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    THE longest Federal Bankruptcy Court hearing in Queensland history was adjourned yesterday until September 25. Mr. Justice Clyne yesterday presided over the 21st day ...

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  3. 2½ Years' work in this machine

    Two and a half years' work went into the making of this giant lathe, which is 29ft. long. It ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    SYDNEY, Friday: Loveliest thing to be seen here this week in Girrawhaen var Enid, a graceful, pink and while aristocrat. ...

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  5. Humphries still missing

    MR. JUSTICE MACK issued another Bench warrant yesterday for the arrest of John Raymond Humphries, 31, labourer. ...

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  6. Court told:

    CASES of people on bail failing to appear before the courts' were becoming too frequent. ...

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  7. Debutantes make entry under crossed claymores

    TWENTY-TWO Scottish lassies swept under crossed claymores to make their debut in Brisbane last night. And the setting, in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. 10 Years on £1 week and board

    A HOUSEKEEPER said yesterday she had been paid £1 a week and board for 10 years, but would not say her employer was mean. ...

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  9. May deport migrants

    SYDNEY, Friday.—An 18-year-old migrant, alleged to have murdered two policemen in Europe ...

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  10. Poll reveals

    AUSTRALIANS are glad to be British, and most of us are not ashamed of the old-fashioned word ...

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  11. New N.Q. tin site

    CAIRNS, Friday.—Tableland Tin, Ltd., will spend £200,000 in removing its tin dredge at Mt. Garnet ...

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  12. "Jobs not reserved"

    Employment bureaus are nor reserving vacant jobs for dismissed public servants. ...

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  13. To-day's big wedding in small country town

    MORE than 100 guests from Southern Queensland will ...

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  14. Remember big battle

    Air Force Week will end to-morrow with special services in Brisbane churches commemorating the Battle ...

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  15. Gaols bigamist

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Montague Douglas Gluning, 40, of East St. Kilda, a rubber worker, was ...

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  16. Replies on Zillmere

    FOREIGNERS outnumbered Australians by three to one in the Zillmero prefabricated housing ...

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  17. Solve problems of divorce

    The only way to solve present day divorce problems was "to take Christ into every home," the Rev. J. H. ...

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  18. Minister outlines trainees' future

    "I WOULD not have believed it possible—you are better than many veterans I have inspected," the Army Minister (Mr. Francis) told National Service trainees at Wacol ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. Open additions to Montrose

    Additions to the Montrose Home for crippled children, costing £12,000, will be opened at 3 p.m. to-day. ...

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  21. Children's rally

    Hundreds of children are expected to attend the Queensland Congregational Church's annual Sunday ...

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  22. 3 Years' gaol; sex crimes

    A Criminal Court jury yesterday found Victor Vidler, 44, labourer, guilty of having had unlawful carnal ...

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  23. Rains delayed

    Brisbane's week-end is likely to be cloudy with a slight possibility of showers, says Mr. Inigo Jones in a ...

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    The Army Minister (Mr. Francis) will visit the Beenleigh Show this morning. At 2.30 p.m. he will open the ...

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  25. Wharfies kind

    Watersiders "dubbed in" at Howard Smith's Wharf yesterday, and gave toys and money to the sick ...

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  26. £9000 College

    Only the brick shortage was delaying the start of a new £9000 Baptist Theolocical College in Brisbane ...

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    His Excellency the Governor (Sir John Lavarack) and Lady Lavarack will attend the Beenleigh Show ...

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  28. Onions short

    Onions would be very short in October, produce agents said yesterday. ...

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  29. Advertising

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    ASKED by police why he was drinking rum at a City Hall ball on August 8, Winifred Lambert Fowles, 31, medical practitioner, replied: "Because I like it." ...

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  32. Printers' talks

    The Printing and Allied Trades Employers' Federation will hold its annual meeting at Surfers' Paradise ...

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  33. Left £7347

    The will of Josephine Quinlan, widow, of Ashgrove, was admitted to probate yesterday. She left to ...

    Article : 42 words



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