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  3. TAXATION REDUCED, PENSIONS RAISED IN BUDGET PLANS

    CANBERRA, August 30.—The bugdet for 1948-49, which was adopted by the Federal Parliamentary Labour Party today, provides for an expenditure of £449,000,000, or approximately £16,000,000 less than in 1947-48. Income tax cuts will range from 33 per cent to 3 per cent. ...

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  4. Wild Scenes At Wallace Meeting

    DURHAM (North Carolina), August, 29.—At a fiery meeting at which eggs were thrown, fire crackers exploded, and ...

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  5. APOLOGY SOUGHT FROM MINISTER

    CANBERRA, August 30.—The Federal director of the Associated Chambers of Manufacturers (Mr L. Withall) today demanded a ...

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  6. HOSPITAL STAFF QUARTERS

    New staff quarters of the Mt Morgan Hospital that were officially opened by the Minister for Health and Home Affairs (Mr A. Jones) on Saturday last. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. 2d. RISE IN CITY GENERAL RATE

    An increase of 2d. in the £1 to the general rate was made at a special meeting of the City Council last night. The general rate has thus been increased from 1/1 to 1/3. No alterations were made to ...

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  8. £10M.GIFT TO BRITAIN

    CANBERRA, August 30.— The Government will make a further gift of £10,000,000 to Britain in the current ...

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  9. MALAYA CONTROL CRITICISED

    SINGAPORE, August 29 (AAPReuter).—The influential newspaper, "Strait Times," in a leading article today, said there was ...

    Article : 666 words
  10. CALLIDE ROAD COALHAULAGE PROBLEM

    BRISBANE, August 30.—Over 1600 tons of coal a day could be hauled from the Callide open-cut mine if the road to Gladstone were shortened by 20 miles and surfaced with bitumen. ...

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  11. 36 Dead In Plane Crash

    ST PAUL (Minnesota), August 29.—A Martin 202, twin-engined, short range transport plane, with 36 persons aboard, crashed near ...

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  12. DECISION RESERVED ON CONTEMPT CHARGE

    BRISBANE, August 30.—The Industrial Court today reserved its decision on a motion against Max Nordau Julius, barrister, alleging ...

    Article : 248 words
  13. GIRLS' BODIES RECOVERED

    BRISBANE, August 30.—Hope of finding alive the two youths still missing in the Wynnum dinghy tragedy were negligible, ...

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  14. Caterpillars On The March

    SYDNEY, August 30.—Millions of caterpillars are marching across several square miles of the pastures in the ...

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  15. French Moves To Form Govt.

    LONDON, August 29.—The correspondents of Reuter and the Associated Press state that M. Schuman (Popular Republican) ...

    Article : 213 words
  16. KREMLIN CONFERENCE

    LONDON, August 30.—The Moscow correspondent of the British United Press states that the conference at the Kremlin between the three Western envoys and M. Molotov is expected to be held ...

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  17. NEUTRAL ZONE IN JERUSALEM

    LONDON, August 29.—The Associated Press correspondent at Cairo states that General Lundsroem, Count Bernadotte's chief of ...

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  18. COURT COMMENT ON HENDERSON DIVORCE

    MELBOURNE, August 30. — Whichever party succeeded in the Henderson divorce case, no-one would regard the wife's or ...

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  19. REFUSED COURT HEARING

    SYDNEY, August 30.—An official of the Building Workers' Industrial Union was banned from making submissions in the ...

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  20. MINERS'DAY IN RUSSIA

    LONDON, August 29.—Reuter's Moscow correspondent states that Russia celebrated Miners' Day as a national holiday throughout the ...

    Article : 88 words
  21. DIEPPE RAID

    OTTAWA, August 29.—Earl Mountbatten of Burma, who planned the Dieppe raid of August, 1942, declared it was "probably ...

    Article : 147 words
  22. R'ton Interest In Silver-Lead

    BRISBANE, August 30.—The State Cabinet today approved a prospecting authority to Dr F. C. Wooster, of Rockhampton, over ...

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  23. GUERILLAS CLEARED FROM GREEK VELLAGE

    LONDON, August 29.—Reuter's Athens correspondent quotes a general staff communique as claiming that the Greek army ...

    Article : 92 words
  24. State Intrusion On Human Rights

    THE HAGUE, August 29.—Dr J. Hutchison Cockburn, director of the World Council of Churches Department of Reconstruction, ...

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  25. Low H.P. Car Permit System

    CANBERRA, August 30.—Motor distributors will be required to submit to the State vehicle control administrators a list of ...

    Article : 270 words
  26. Ex-Czech Leader In London

    LONDON, August 29.—Dr Peter Zenkl, former Deputy Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, arrived in London from Paris today. ...

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  27. ANA Views On Entry Of Alien Migrants

    BRISBANE, August 30.—Only those aliens prepared to adopt the Australian way of life should be allowed to remain in Australia and receive Australian citizenship, the Federal president of the ...

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  28. ENGINEERING WORKS HIT BY DISPUTE

    SYDNEY, August 30—The Clyde Engineering Company will have to dismiss another 200 men this week unless 23 key men who ...

    Article : 86 words
  29. Dutch Queen's Golden Jubilee

    LONDON, August 29.—Amsterdam Square and the palace are festooned with masses of red, white and blue tricolours and ...

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  30. Four Killed When Home Collapsed

    LONDON, August 30. — The Rome correspondent of the British United Press states that four women were killed when they ...

    Article : 55 words
  31. SYDNEY WOOL SALES

    SYDNEY, August 30.—The rates for better-class wools at the Sydney wool sales, which opened today, were from par to 5 per cent ...

    Article : 60 words
  32. ALBANIAN " PURGE "

    LONDON, August 29.—The B.U.P. correspondent at Belgrade says that the Albanian Premier (Colonel-General Enver Jolja) has ...

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    VALETTA, August 29.—Mrs Morrow-Tait, who accompanied by Mr Townsend, a Cambridge under-graduate, as navigator, is ...

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