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  2. OFFICIAL FORECAST:

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  5. MUSIC MINDED PRINCESS

    PRINCESS ELIZABETH at the Senate House of London University recently, where she was invested by her great ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  6. BRITISH CABINET FIRM ON BREAD CUT

    LONDON, Thursday. -- An Opposition prayer to annul the British bread rationing order was defeated in the House of Commons tonight by 305 votes to 182. ...

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  7. STRONG CAUCUS MOVES FOR TAX REVISIONS

    CANBERRA.--Strong Caucus pressure is likely to be applied to the Government if it is returned at the general elections, for a sweeping adjustment ...

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  8. MANSION BEING DEMOLISHED

    "WOORIGOLEEN," a 15-room mansion in Clendon Road, Toorak, being demolished by workmen today. Mr Hamilton, MLA, for Toorak, has challenged the Minister for Housing (Mr Barry) publicly to announce his knowledge of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Trainer, Jockeys Fined

    The leading trainer, F. W. Hoysfed, and the well-known jockeys, H. Badger and T. ...

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  10. £3½ TO £4 MIL. CANTEEN FUND

    CANBERRA.--The Treasurer (Mr Chifley) informed Mr Rankin (CP, Vic.) in the House of Representatives today that surplus fund ...

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  11. STRIKE OF BUYERS IN U.S. URGED

    WASHINGTON, Thursday.-- A nation-wide buyers' strike has been called for by the executive board of the ...

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  12. TYKE CONTROLS LIFTED SOON ?

    THE MINISTER for Supply and Shipping (Senator Ashley) is expected to announce the lifting of controls on truck tyres in about a month, and of controls on private car tyres before the Christmas holidays. ...

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  13. 6.1 p.m. TEST FOR TOPERS

    LONDON, Thursday.-- Can you say, "The Leith police dismisseth us?" Enunciation of this ...

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  14. NSW COAL PARTIES TO MEET

    SYDNEY.-- "The engine-drivers seniority dispute has been referred to a compulsory conference in ...

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  15. Cruisers For Persian Gulf

    TEHERAN (Persia), Thursday. -- Three British cruisers are approaching Persian waters for the protection of ...

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  17. GOT LEGAL POSSESSION OF NON-EXISTENT HOUSE

    Donald Brooks Clay, ex-serviceman paratrooper, who secured a warrant under the National Security War ...

    Article : 284 words
  18. FINNED FOOD

    Food canning has bean cut 20 per cent. on figures for the last months of 1945, in an order used by the secretary of the ...

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  19. BULLOCK JUST HORNED IN

    LONDON, Thursday. -- Sightseers looking up at a 14th century ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. HUNDREDS SEE WAR MINE SINK BRITISH SHIP

    LONDON, Thursday.--Six of the crew of nine are believed to have been drowned when the 100 tons Mersey Harbor Board tender Denham exploded off New Brighton, Cheshire, ...

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  21. SYDNEY'S FISH SOLD HERE

    [?] WAS A SCRAMBLE for fish at the South Melbourne market today when the first regular consignment of fish, diverted from Sydney, arrived from Eden. NSW, 375 miles away in special refrigerated trucks the trip took 15 hours. Nearly 12,000lb of fish--flathead, golden schnapper, trumpeter and barracoutta-- Because of today's brisk sale, it is expected that a regular service will be maintained each week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. TENNIS STARS MAY BE INVITED HERE

    The defeat of Jugoslavia by Sweden in the Davis Cup European zone final has increased the possibility of oversea players being invited to play in Australia next summer. The president of the Lawn ...

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  24. TYPHOON HITS HONGKONG

    HONGKONG, Thursday.-- A typhoon raged for three hours at Hongkong today. It moved south-west after ...

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  25. JACK RYDER SAYS--

    Jack Ryder, an Australian selector and former Test captain, thinks that England "has done remarkably well--so soon after the ...

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  26. Weekend Weather Not Promising

    The Weather Bureau expects tomorrow to be fine early--but marred by gusty northerly winds--with showers later in ...

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