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  4. American oil strikers only "trickle" back to war

    NEW YORK, May 23.—The shortage of aviation petrol is growing more serious as striking oil workers return to duty in only a "trickle." ...

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  5. SOUTHPORT TAXI MYSTERY—40 POLICE IN NIGHT SEARCH

    SOUTHPORT, Friday.—Forty homicide police to-night were searching for two men they want to question about the ...

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  6. The Courier-mail

    IT was a pity that Brisbane's public demonstration of loyalty yesterday was ...

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  7. THE RAFT MAN GETS THERE

    DARWIN Friday.—The missing raftman, Jack Fairweather, has been reported safe. Three weeks ago he was seen drifting alone on a. 'rail raft. 130 miles out. from Darwin To-day he was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Dragged to cell

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—William John O'Meally was sentenced to death in the ...

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  9. AT 40,000 FEET

    LONDON, Slay 23 (A.A.P.).—The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret look ...

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  10. Australian wanted as next G.-G.

    MOST people want the next Governor-General to be a prominent Australian ...

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  11. Husfhenden 'dry' misses out. but

    SOAKING rain has broken the drought in a 35,000 square mile area of far Grass following ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Order on P.O.W. control

    TOKIO, May 23 1 (A.A.P.).—The U.S. 8th Army has been ordered to "obtain ...

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  13. Wife gets 4 years' gaol

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday.—June Fiori was sentenced to-day to four years' hard labour on ...

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  14. PLAN CROC. HUNTS

    THE State Government plans to extend its tourist trade into the Gulf Country ...

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  15. Killed son, given bond

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A woman who killed her child was given a 12-month hand Judge ...

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  16. 5 SURVIVE PLANE CRASH INTO HILL

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The pilot and lour passengers escaped from an aircraft which crashed into a hillside. to-night. Within a minute on ...

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  17. CLAIM NEWS IS "BIASED"

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Speakers at the annual conference of the N.S.W. Country Party to-day said ...

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  19. £882

    TWO people found the ball in this week's Find-the-Ball competition Prize money was ...

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  20. LOTTERY OF £18.000?

    SYDNEY, Friday.—N.S.W. may increase its maximum State Lottery prize from £12.000 to £18,000. ...

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  21. HITS 'CLASS HATE AIM'

    HOBART, Friday.—"The worst thing the Labour Party in Australia had done was to drop poison of class ...

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  22. AFTER THE SUN HAD FAILED THEM

    Misses Dorothy Pittard and Barbara Collins, of Melbourne, .sought warmth beneath a rug in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. SETS REAL FIREWORKS

    SYDNEY, Friday.—When children playing with fireworks tossed a lighted "jumping jack" into the ...

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  24. SAVED FROM DEATH BY BROKEN DOOR LOCK

    BROKEN door lock yesterday saved a motorists me. He fell to safety seconds before his utility truck was ...

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  25. After atom, too

    TOKIO, May 23 (A.A.P.).—The Japanese Finance Ministry has set aside 22,222 dollars (about £9050) for building ...

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  26. Here non-stop?

    LONDON, May 23 (A.A.P.).—Sir Harry Garler head co-ordinator of Britain's aircraft designers ...

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  27. IT'S MO USE, ANYWAY

    NEW YORK, May 28 (A.A.P.).—A gold-plated and diamond-studded tin opener worth several thousand dollars was sold by mistake for tour dollars £1/16/1 to a woman who round it too ...

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  28. Riding practice

    LONDON, May 23 (Special).—Queen Elizabeth each day is rehearsing in n side saddle with the police ...

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  29. Truck rescue

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Arthur Potter, of Lakembo, was trapped In the cabin of his crashed truck in a creek at ...

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  30. Dearer spirits

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Price of Australian whisky and give will be Increased by 2/ bottle or 1d. a nobbier ir N.S.W. ...

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  31. Convair claim

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Trans-Australia Airlines first Convair—the Thomas Mitchell—has completed ...

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  32. 326 Air deaths

    WASHINGTON, May 23 (A.A.P.).—The Aeronautics Board reported to-day that 326 people were killed and ...

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  33. Doubled his luck

    WARWICK, Friday.—John Dillon, of Casino, doubled £50 by not collecting it when he won it 30 years ago. The, £50 was £25 prize and £25 supporters' gift for a footrace. He asked a ...

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  34. Merchant slain

    SINGAPORE, May 23 (A.A.P.).—Terrorists in the province of Wellesley this afternoon shot dead ...

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  35. "Cigs." seized

    Customs officers yesterday seized 8100 contraband cigarettes and lib. of tobacco found hidden In the whale ...

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