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    The Bevanite group created a sensation today by not only strengthening its position on the Labor Party National Executive but also by winning a convincing measure of backing from Labor's rank and file for its contention that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Britons Quit Persia Today

    The 330 British oil technicians under Persian orders to quit the country are preparing today to leave in British warships early tomorrow—24 hours before the Persian deadline—in what has been called an "economic" Dunkirk. ...

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  5. £100,000 In Polio Claims

    One Adelaide insurance company has paid out polio claims totalling about £100,000 since ...

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  6. British Helicopter

    Britain's latest and biggest helicopter, the Bristol Type 173, undergoing ground tests. Its twin rotors are powdered by two 550 h.p. motors. Ten to 13 passengers or more than a ton of freight can be carried at a speed up to 112 m.p.h. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. The King Has Good Night

    A bulletin issued at Buckingham Palace today states:— "His Majesty had a good ...

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  8. Man On Minor Charge In

    Russell Rufus Bath, station hand, of Lindsay Point station, Victoria, was arrested by police yesterday and charged with being in possession of an ...

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  9. Coal Output At Record Level

    Coal production was the highest on record, the Prime Minister said in the House of ...

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  10. Man, Fatally Shot, Falls From Car

    A young man who was Fatally shot in the chest in a car at Newtown late tonight, crashed to the ...

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  11. Could Win In Korea Says U.S. Chief

    The United Nations could bring the Korean war to a successful military conclusion if the suspended truce talks broke down completely, the chairman of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of staff ...

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  12. Message From S. A. Acknowledged

    In the Assembly yesterday, the Speaker (Sir Robert Nicholls) informed the House that he had received from ...

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  13. Miners' Leaders Say: "Ignore Stoppage"

    Northern miners' leaders today advised all miners to ignore a one-day stoppage move on the Northern field ...

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  14. Decision Likely On Port Strike Today

    A decision whether to continue the four-day-old strike by nearly 200 tally clerks at Port Adelaide will probably be made today when the men hear the ...

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  15. 2,000 Army Men For City Tattoo

    More than 2,0000 members of the Australian Regular Army, the Commonwealth Military Forces ...

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    Early this morning the Queensland Parliament passed a Bill which will enable the Government to ...

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  17. "Creepers" Disturbed The Council

    Hearing footsteps in the hall above Glenelg Council Chambers during last night's council meeting ...

    Article : 66 words
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  19. Three Believed Trapped In U.K. Warship's Bow

    Three men were believed still trapped in the crumpled steel how of the British destroyer ...

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  21. "No Commitments In Oil Dispute"

    Australia had, naturally, consulted with the British Government, but had made no commitments to it in the ...

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  22. Mistook The Speaker

    The House of Representatives adjourned on a hilarious note tonight when the Minister for ...

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  23. Arrest Follows Alleged Theft

    Police yesterday recovered from a shallow hole behind a fence £12 and a £4 cheque, which had ...

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  24. Enquiry On Woomerg Complaints

    The Minister for Supply (Mr. Beale) told the House of Representatives today that be would have investigations ...

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    New pyjama-type underpants will be issued to Australian troops to ward off the Korean cold in ...

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  26. Militants Routed

    MELBOURNE, October 2.—Labor Party supporters defeated militants by a 20-to-one majority in the ...

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  27. Arms Factory Explosions In U.S. And Brazil

    A gunpowder exploson in a Navy shell-loading factory at Hawthorn, California, today ...

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    (Queensland's bushfire outbreak was the worst in the State's history, said the Rural Fires Board ...

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  29. Church Concern At Bid By Red Youth League

    Some Church of England boys had left their church to join the Eureka Youth League, a ...

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  30. NSW Rail Charges Rise Sharply

    Increased railway freight charges, agreed to today by the State Labor caucus, are expected to yield £20m ...

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  31. Wants Universal Military Training

    Mr. George C. Marshall, former Secretary of State, said that the United States must put universal ...

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  32. Search For Men Who Robbed Taxi Driver

    Police are investigating a report that a taxi driver was assaulted and robbed of £5 10/ at Glen Osmond on ...

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  33. Child Concert Artists Given £1 Each

    Forty-three child performers in a concert at Port Adelaide Town Hall on Monday each received £1 from a ...

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  34. U.S. Bank Robbers Rounded Up

    The last four members of a "rough, tough and brazen" gang of bank robbers had been rounded up the Federal ...

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  35. Spare Parts Worry in Australia

    A steady deterioration in the supply of spare parts from both overseas and local sources is causing concern in ...

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  36. On Other Pages

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  37. Browse Island Stir Discounted

    The Government did not think the Indonesian fishermen on Brose Island, off the north coast of WA. ...

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  38. Drugs From U. S.

    CANBERRA, October 2.—The American makers of the drugs cortisone and ACTH, used in the ...

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  39. Hartnett Sales "This Month"

    The Australian-built small car—the Hartnett—was expected to be on sale by the end of this month. Mr. C. ...

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