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  2. Advertising

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  3. New World For Ex-Prisoner

    ROME, August 29.—Antonio Antonelli, 83, saying that he had never previously seen a motor car or an aeroplane, ...

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  4. CHECK ON HOARDING OF COMMODITIES

    BRISBANE, August 29.—The penally clauses of the Queensland Government's proposed prices legislation are being redrafted to provide a stronger check against hoarding of essential commodities. ...

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  5. COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF COMMUNISTS SOUGHT IN U.S.

    WASHINGTON, August 28.—The House of Representatives' Un-American Activities Committee today recommended legislation banning all Communists from Government service, denying them the use of passports, and compelling them to register, thereby making themselves subject to "the weapon of ...

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  6. SHAH OF IRAN VISITS PORTSMOUTH

    His Majesty the Shah of Iran who is at present on a visit to Britain recently paid a visit to the home fleet at Portsmouth and, made a tour of the naval gannery school after inspecting a guard of honour. The picture shows the Shah sainting the colours of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Lomakin Leaves New York

    NEW YORK, August 28.— Stripped of his credentials as Soviet Consul-General, M. [?] Lomakin sailed today ...

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  8. Dashing Batting By Australians

    LONDON, August 28.—Subdued by brilliant centuries from Harvey and Hassett, Somerset's bowling lay at the mercy of the ...

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  9. Four Occupants Of Of Dinghy Missing

    BRISBANE, August 29.—A 12 [?] trainee dinghy, with two youths and two girls on board, capsized a mile and a half from St Helena ...

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  10. FRANCE AGAIN WITHOUT GOVT.

    LONDON, August 28.—The French Government led by M. Maries has resigned after failing to reach agreement over M. ...

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  11. HEAVY TOLL OF U.S. HEAT WAVE

    NEW YORK, August 28.—The death roll from the stifling 100 degree heat wave that has blanketed almost the entire nation for four days rose to 120 today. No relief is forecast. ...

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  12. CHURCH ATTITUDE TO COMMUNISM

    LONDON, August 28.—Correspondents of the Associated Press and Reuters at Amsterdam state that Dr Rheinold Neibuhr ...

    Article : 91 words
  13. Check Sought On Bar Spitting

    BRISBANE, August 28.—Spitting in hotel bars was deplored at today's meeting of the Federated Liquor and Allied Trades ...

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  14. Moscow Talks To Continue Today

    LONDON, August 29.—Reuter's diplomatic correspondent says the Foreign Office considers August 30 the most probable date for ...

    Article : 165 words
  15. Red Scientists Dismissed

    LONDON, August 28.—Leon Orbeli, leading Soviet physiologist, has been relieved of his duties for having failed to place biology " at ...

    Article : 122 words
  16. WEALTH FROM TOURIST TRADE

    BRISBANE, August 29.-At least £2,000,000 had been spent in Queensland so far this year by [?] record number of more than ...

    Article : 271 words
  17. Higher Wool Price Forecast

    LONDON, August 28.—Yorkshire anticipates a strong opening at the Australian wool sales in Sydney on August 30, and would ...

    Article : 137 words
  18. More Poles For Canefields

    BRISBANE, August 29.—Fiftyfour Poles who will help with the sugar harvest in North Queensland will arrive in Brisbane this ...

    Article : 156 words
  19. Review Of Army Administration

    BRISBANE, August 29.—More than £260,000,000 of unwanted wa[?] equipment has been sold by the Commonwealth Disposals ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. Diver Descends 535 Feet

    LONDON, August 28.—Petty Officer W. Ballard descended 535 feet from a submarine rescue ship into Loch Fyne, Argyllshire, and ...

    Article : 69 words
  21. UNO Official's Plane Shot Down

    LONDON, August 29.—The chief French UNO observer and assistant chief of staff for UNO field operations, Colonel Joseph Queru, ...

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  22. PLOT TO SABOTAGE MEETING FAILS

    MELBOURNE, August 29. — Over 500 clecks today protested against Communist influence in the Clerks' Union. ...

    Article : 197 words
  23. UNO Control of Antarctic?

    WASHINGTON, August 28.— The United States has proposed that conflicting claims to Antarctic territory be solved through ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. SEEKS CHANGE IN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

    BRISBANE, August 29.—School committees were 100 per cent behind the teachers in their move for changed holidays for State ...

    Article : 78 words
  25. Another Avenue For Balt Labour

    BRISBANE, August 29.—The fruit industry might provide seasonal employment for a large number of Balts when sugar cane ...

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  26. BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS WHILE AIR-BORNE

    BRISBANE, August 29.—Bleeding internally, a man was given continuous blood transfusions for 7½ hours while he was flown 750 miles from Barcaldine to Brisbane today. The supply of serum became ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. Singapore Guard Against Red Infiltration

    SINGAPORE, August 29 (AAP-Reuter).—The authorities are taking further precautions against on outbreak of terrorism Major-General D. Dunlop, GOC ...

    Article : 383 words
  28. CLERIC'S DEFENCE OF COLOURED MIGRANTS

    BRISBANE, August 29.—A naturalised Chinese or European would be as good a Prime Minister as a native-born Australian ...

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  29. DOUBLES TITLE TO TALBERT-MULLOY

    BOSTON, August 28.—Bill Talbert and Gardnar Mulloy won the National doubles title today when they defeated Ted Schroeder and ...

    Article : 139 words
  30. Gunman Seeks Doctor Victim's Aid

    SYDNEY, August 29.—Clifford Tasman Thorny son, Sydney gunman, who was released from gaol last month dying from tuberculosis, is to be treated by the man he shot, Reginald Stuart Jones. ...

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  31. opposing Communist leadership. Priority In Car PURCHASES

    BRISBANE, August 23.—The secretary of the Queensland Chamber of Automotive Industries (Mr C. Fox) said today that ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. U S Bans Export of New Drug

    CANBERRA, August 29. — American manufacturers have banned supplies of the new drug, aminoptarin, because its use in ...

    Article : 105 words
  33. Skeleton Identified

    SYDNEY, August 29.—The skeleton of a man found on Friday at the foot of a deep ravine in Colston Gorge, two miles from ...

    Article : 101 words
  34. DEATH OF RADIO ENTERTAINER

    SYDNEY, August 29.—A Sydney radio personality, Jack Lumsdaine, died on Saturday night after a long and colurful career ...

    Article : 58 words
  35. ASSOCIATION BAN ON COMMUNISTS

    MELBOURNE, August 29.—The banning of Communists was recommended to the Federal council by the first annual ...

    Article : 63 words
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    BRISBANE, August 29.—The State council of the ARU today decided to press for the construction of holiday camps by trades ...

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    BRISBANE, August 29.—Following is the weather forecast for Queensland: Scattered coastal showers south from tropics, ...

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