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  3. COMMONWEALTH A| "LIVING REALITY"

    LONDON, February 27.—The British Common wealth of Nations had never been, [?] time of peace, a more living reality than it was today, said the Attorney-General (Sir Harley ...

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  4. DISPLAY OF ARMY EQUIPMENT

    A gun crew, comprising Sgt. R. Wilkinson (left), sighting, CpL I. S. A. Power (centre), loading, and CpL L. Hoolhan (right), control, gave a demonstration on the six-pounder quick-firing anti-tank gun, at the display of arms and equipment by the 42nd Btn. outside the Post Office on Saturday morning. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MOUNTIES SET WIDE PATROL

    WINNIPEG, February 26.—The Royal Canadian Mounted Police today set a quarantine patrol around ...

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  6. AGRICULTURE MINISTER SAYS: BIG HOLDINGS RETARDING FOOD INDUSTRY EXPANSION

    CANBERRA, February 27.—The inability of some States to obtain sufficient suitable lands for soldier settlement made imperative action to resume good country held by big landowners and pastoral companies, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr Pollard) said today. ...

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  7. BROKE OWN RECORD

    SAN DIEGO (California), February 26. — A huge four-engined Navy flying boat, Carolina, ...

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  8. ECORD AIRLIFT TO BERLIN

    The Berlin correspondent of the Associated Press says that the British-American airlift ...

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  9. IF SOVIET ARMY INVADED ITALY

    The Italian people would "have a duty to aid" the Russian armies if those armies ever chased an aggressor on to ...

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  10. Oyster-Eating Record By Woman

    SYDNEY, February 27.—A Sydney woman, Miss May Downie, 34, of King's, Cross, who ate 21 dozen and four ...

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  11. GUILTY PLEA AT RED TRIAL

    Vassal Zyapkov, who heads the list of Bulgarian Methodist Ministers accused of espionage and treason, pleaded guilty ...

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  12. GANG RAID IN CALCUTTA

    LONDON, February 26.—The entire West Bengal police force has been placed under emergency orders, following raids ...

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  13. REFUSED ENTRY TO SERVICES

    Australian-born sons of Asiatic parents cannot enlist in either the Royal Australian Navy or the RAAF. ...

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  14. DISPUTE OVER HEADQUARTERS

    Members of the new Broadcasting Control Board cannot agree on the site of their head-quarters. ...

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  15. MOTHER AND THREE CHILDREN DIE

    PERTH, February 27. — A 21-year-old mother and three children were burned to death when a converted army hut, at ...

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  16. ADVICE TO WORK HARDER

    HOBART, February 27.—Instead of trying to shorten hours, unions should concentrate upon retaining the ...

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  17. SEA DRAMA OFF SCOTTISH COAST

    LONDON, february 27.—In a nightlong rescue drama, amid raging seas off the coast of Scotland, a destroyer, trawler and cable ship saved seven sailors from a battered and sinking ...

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  18. AMERICA NEEDS WOOL

    BOSTON, February 26.—United States domestic wool production has dropped from nearly 500,000,000 lb. at the start ...

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  19. U.S. NAVY TO TEST ATOM DEFENCES

    SAN JUAN (Puerto Rico), February 26.— In the largest peacetime manoeuvres in its history, the U.S. Navy will put its atomic defences to their first big test tomorrow in Caribbean ...

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  20. DYAKS GET LEAVE

    (AAP-Reuter). — Thirty Dyaks, the last of 100 recruited from the Borneo jungles to act as "human bloodhounds" [?] ...

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  21. BROTHERS TO MAKE SEARCH

    The brothers of Frank Robertson, 22, a Clermont drover, who was swept off his horse in the flooded Belyando River ...

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  22. LABOUR M.L.A. ATTACKS [?]

    SYDNEY, February 27. — Mr Jim Chalmers, Labour, M.L.A. for Hartley, on the western coalfields, today ...

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  23. GIRL KILLED

    Doreen White, 16, of [?]. was killed and six other young people were injured, when [?] open truck, returning from a ...

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  24. Eisenhower On Dictatorships

    NEW YORK February 26.— General Eisenhower said today he believed there were two ways in which a government ...

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  25. Bride's Brother Charged

    MELBOURNE, February 27. — The brother of a bride was charged with attempted murder after a shot had been ...

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  28. Migration Report Denied

    LONDON, February 26.— Report of large numbers of disappointed migrants returning from Australia "were ...

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  29. Moor Celebration

    LONDON, February 26. — The "Daily Mail" says that bonfires blazed on Exmoor last night to celebrate, defeat of ...

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  30. CHURCHILL DESCRIBES U.N. AS "A BRAWLING COCKPIT"

    LONDON, February 26.-"Th e United Nations' Organisation has been reduced to a brawling cockpit, in which insults may be flung back and forth" said Mr Churchill, in a speech to the inaugural congress of the United Europe Movement in Brussels tonight. ...

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  31. RAIL STRIKE HELD UP 17 COLLIERIES

    It developed over the appointment to a vacant position of a stationmaster at Cessnock. The association claimed ...

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  32. Britain Needs U.S. Help

    LONDON, February 26.—The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Sir Stafford Cripps) repudiated a statement by the Foreign ...

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