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  3. Forecast

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    SYDNEY: The Assistant Director of Civil Aviation (Mr., C.S. Wiggins)yesterday admitted at the Lutana inquiry that he had wilfully misled the Court by withholding certain information about the Kempsey radio range. ...

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  7. WHEAT STABILISATION BILL: Mr. Ewen Called "Louse" By Minister

    CANBERRA: The Minister for Housing (Mr. Lemmon) stated in the House of Representatives yesterday that the Wheat Stabilisation Bill, for which growers had voted approval, was a form of socialisation. ...

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  8. Snakes, Goannas And Lizards Invade Goondiwindi

    GOONDIWINDI: The Mayor (Ald. E. H. Campbell) broke off in the middle of a speech at a civic reception at the aerodrome yesterday to kill a 2-ft brown snake with his boot. ...

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  9. Alchemists' Dream Now a Reality?

    PHILADELPHIA: The alchemists dream has come true, according to Mr Sumner Pike, member of the United ...

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  10. M.L.A's. Protest Against Action of Speaker

    BRISBANE: A protest against the alteration of members' written questions by the Speaker (Mr Brassington) will be made in ...

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  11. Beef And Veal Retail Price Up 1d. lb.

    MELBOURNE: An overall increase of about 1d. per lb. in the retail price of beef and veal will follow decisions in Melbourne yesterday by State Ministers in charge of prices. There may also be an overall reduction of 1d. in the ...

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  12. Many Doctors Leaving Britain

    Dr D. Brass, a Harley Street skin specialist, who arrived in Sydney by the Orontes yesterday, said that ...

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  13. Holders of Loan Bonds Benefit by Error

    CANBERRA: Though the prospectus stated that Commonwealth bonds in the Sixth Security Loan would carry an option of ...

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  14. Meat Shipments for U.K. Held Up by Strike

    MELBOURNE: Shipments of urgently needed meat to Britain had been postponed, the chairman of the Victorian Meat Council (Mr ...

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  15. Bollon Mail Lost in Truck Fire

    CUNNAMULLA: Police have been unable to find the cause of a fire which destroyed a mail contractor's truck and several ...

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  16. "Killed Couple Because He Disliked Them"

    SYDNEY: A Mareeba youth said in the Lithgow Coroner's Court yesterday that William Benjamin Harvey-Bugg had told him ...

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  17. Coal Reserves Low Owing to Strike

    SYDNEY: Essential undertakings have only two weeks' coal reserve because of the strike of South Coast miners. Four wctks' ...

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  19. Fined £2 and Described as Buffoons

    SYDNEY: Four university engineering students were fined £2 each in the Central Court yesterday afternoon for ...

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  20. Q.T.G. Treasurer Hurt in Grandstand Fall

    ROMA: Mr. W. Glasson (70), Queensland Turf Club treasurer, was seriously injured when he fell down a flight of 15 ...

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  21. New Hospital Benefit Rate From Monday

    CANBERRA: Senator McKenna announced yesterday that the increase in the Commonwealth hospital benefit rate from 6/ to 8/ ...

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  22. Small Girl Adrift on Ferry

    MURWILLUMBAH: A five-year-old girl was stranded on the North Tumbulgum ferry yesterday, in the middle of the Tweed River, at ...

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  23. Child Swallows Part of Thermometer

    MURWILLUMBAH: Christopher Lewis (2½), a son of Mr. C. W. Lewis, of Murwillumbah, swallowed part of a ...

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  25. Grandson of Former Jap. Emperor on Atrocity Trail

    TOKIO: A grandson of Emperor Meiji was included among seven Japanese admirals who were charged yesterday before the ...

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  26. Cheaper Bacon

    BRISBANE: Retail bacon prices are expected to drop following the decision of the Bacon Curers' Association to reduce the ...

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    CANBERRA: The fact that the Melbourne Cup was to be run next Tuesday did not warrant the national Parliament taking a day off, Mr. Anthony said in the House of Representatives yesterday. ...

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  28. French Striking Miners Returning to Work

    PARIS: Four hundred mobile guards captured Couriot Mine, in St. Etienne, which is the biggest in central Prance. Three thousand ...

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  29. Jap. General On Trial As War Criminal

    TOKIO: Lient-General [?] Tamura yesterday faced a General Headquarters Military Tribunal in Tokio on charges arising ...

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