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  2. Advertising

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  3. EVATT'S JOB DEMAND

    MOVES CENSURE ON BUDGET CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Credit expansion to ensure full employment was urged by the opposition Leader (Dr. Evatt) in his reply to the Fadden Budget in the House of ...

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  4. £1½M. BOOST TO AIRLINES

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Australian airlines, both Government and private, will benefit by about £1,500,000 under a Cabinet decision ...

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  5. DUCKING... FOR COVER

    ABOUT 30,000 people scrambled from around the Show ring yesterday afternoon in a sharp fall of drenching rain. They raced for cover ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. DAY BY DAY

    WITH luck, we reckon, Brisbane's elastic-sided Show Week ...

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  7. 2 Die— and 2 escape

    A GIRL was killed and her father escaped, and another father was killed and ...

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  8. The fifth exploit of P.C. Pat

    SIXTEEN-STONE Pat Cranitch, a Bris-bane constable, has done it again. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. 869 Diggers Korea casualties

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. —A total of 869 Australian soldiers were casualties in the Korean ...

    Article : 204 words
  10. Talks open in London on C.O.R.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. —Top-level discussions have begun in London with the ...

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  11. P. M's reply to-night?

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) is expected to reply to the Budget ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. Jewels go say Japs

    TOKIO, August 12 (A.A.P.).—Japanese Parliamentary committee reported to-day ...

    Article : 119 words
  13. OUR BOMBER IN JANUARY

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The R.A.A.F. expects the Fishermen's Bend Government aircraft ...

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  14. Fatal step from train

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — A Melbourne soldier was killed instantly to-night when he stepped from a ...

    Article : 121 words
  15. Blind will problem

    LOS ANGELES, August 12 (A.A.P.).—A will written by a blind woman with a pen that ran out of ...

    Article : 85 words
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  17. SHE'S ENGAGED TO THE BOSS

    Miss Speneer-Churchill, who is 32, was a decoder of telegrams in the Foreign Office during the war. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. Call for wider Pacific Pact

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Other non-Communist Asian counties should be included in )ne broad Pacific Pact, the ...

    Article : 80 words
  19. Don't turn them info 'quiz kids'—professor

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The practice of putting very bright pupils into special "Quiz Kid" classes was criticised by Professor Fred J. Schonell at Melbourne University to-night. ...

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  20. Your turn next?

    EVERY week the Find-the-Ball competition offers a really big prize for successful entrants. ...

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  21. Four captured

    SYDNEY. Tuesday. — The four Hungarians who escaped from warders on a train near Cootnmundra ...

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  22. Brake van off, blocks line

    The up line from Brisbane to Ipswich was blocked when the brake van of an empty livestock train was derailed ...

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  23. Aust, plans for Coronation

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — Commonwealth plans for the Coronation will be discussed by members of the ...

    Article : 67 words
  24. Home to refit

    CAIRNS, Tuesday. — The Australian destroyer Warramunga, which has for six months been bombarding ...

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  25. Bay warning

    Forecasting rain squalls and gale-force winds, the Weather Bureau last night warned small craft owners ...

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  26. WENT FISHING - AND SAVED TRAIN

    LONDON, August 12. — A quiet man on his way to a quiet day's fishing yesterday crawled along ...

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  27. Comet was fast

    LONDON, August 12 (A.A.P.).-A British Comet jet airliner, opening a new regular passenger service ...

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  28. Two swam mile

    GRAFTON, Tuesday. — Fishermen Cecil Rushbrook and B. Behan swam more than a mile against a strong ...

    Article : 35 words
  29. Bank clerk dies

    SYDNEY. Tuesday. — Michael Meredith Parker, 16-year-old bank clerk who was accidentally shot in the ...

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  30. 90 Punished

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — Jail terms ranging from one month to twelve were ordered for 90 prisoners ...

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  31. Counted out

    NEW YORK, August 12 (Special).—Mrs. John McCluskey, from Massachusetts, president of a mothers of twins club lost her post with the club to-day. She gave birth to triplets. ...

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