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  3. PETROL RATION CUTS COVER ALL MOTOR VEHICLES

    CANBERRA, August 31.—The petrol ration for private cars will be reduced 20 per cent and the rations of other users by 10 per cent from October 1. This decision by the Cabinet was announced bv the Prime Minister (Mr Chifley) tonight. ...

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  4. Aircraft As Traffic Guides

    SYDNEY, August 31.—The use of two aircraft by the police to observe and direct traffic is recommended by the ...

    Article : 81 words
  5. LIFTING OF BERLIN BLOCKADE NEAR

    LONDON, August 31.—Reports from Berlin last night indicated that the lifting of the Berlin blockade might be imminent. The German News Agency ...

    Article : 608 words
  6. SUCCESSFUL IN RAD EXAMINATIONS

    Misses Coralie Carson, Bernice Havig, Wendy Withers and Beryee Hinz, student members of the Royal Academy of Dancing, who were successful in passing the RAD major exanubations. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Left Teeth In Pole

    SYDNEY, August 31.—A motor cyclist left four teeth embedded in a telephone pole when he crashed into it in ...

    Article : 68 words
  8. GREEK REBELS USING BRITISH ARMS?

    LONDON, August 31.—The Athens correspondent of "The Times" states that the newspapers are attacking Britain following a ...

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  9. Control Of Seaside House Rents

    BRISBANE, August 31.—Rent of seaside houses will now be brought under the Control of Rents Bill. ...

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  10. STRICT WATCH ON STATE PRICES

    BRISBANE, August 31—The Queensland penalties for breaches of the price control regulations are expected to be the most severe ...

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  11. FROM HEAT WAVE TO HURRICANE

    NEW YORK, August 30.—A cool change brought relief tonight to most of the nation, which has been sweltering in oppressive heat ...

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  12. BUDGET CONCESSIONS TOTAL £49,000,000

    CANBERRA, August 31.—The total concessions which the Treasurer (Mr Chifley) proposes to provide in the budget next week will cost the Commonwealth £49,000,000. ...

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  13. Forgery Sentence Appeal Fails

    SYDNEY, August 31.—A warrant for the arrest of Frank Loyal Weaver, 22, ex-serviceman, who had been sentenced to six months' ...

    Article : 111 words
  14. SINGAPORE NAVY STRENGTHENED

    LONDON, August 30.—The heavy cruiser, London, Hagship of the British Pacific fleet, which was recalled from a two-month ...

    Article : 605 words
  15. ASSEMBLY QUERY ON BEER SHORTAGES

    BRISBANE, August 31.—The Acting Attorney-General (Mr Power) said in reply to a question by Mr Russell in the Legislative ...

    Article : 111 words
  16. Caucus Approves Bank Case Appeal

    CANBERRA, " Aagust 31.—The Federal Government will prepare its case for an appeal to the Privy Council on the High Court's ...

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  17. Man Found Dead

    TOWNSVILLE, August 30.— James Clark, 62, City Council employee, was found hanging from a mango tree in the backyard of ...

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  18. MAIN TASK IN EDUCATION

    SYDNEY, August 31.— Let in provide education suited to the social system that is being evolved in our time," said Mr G. ...

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  19. NATIONALITY BILL

    CANBERRA, August 31.—A Bill to establish an independent "Australian nationality'' will be introduced in ...

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  20. M.L.A. BECOMES ILL IN HOUSE

    BRISBANE, August 31.—The Communist member for Bowen. Mr F. W. Paterson, became ill in the Legislative Assembly today ...

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  21. LEAVE FOR MILITARY CAMP TRAINING

    BRISBANE, August 31.—The Australian Council of Retailers has recommended its affllioted associations to grant employees ...

    Article : 140 words
  22. Refugee Aid Now UNO Task

    NEW YORK, August 30.—The International Refugee Organisation today officially became a specialised agency of the United ...

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  23. MINISTER'S REPLY ON HOARDING CHARGE

    SYDNEY, August 31.—High Commonwealth officials had been told that manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of woollen ...

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  24. COURT THREAT TO UNION

    SYDNEY, August 31.—A threat to cancel the recent wage increases for all members of the Federated Enginedrivers' and ...

    Article : 105 words
  25. Xmas-New Year Holiday Problem

    BRISBANE, August 31.—The 40-hour week has brought a new headache to the State Government. This is whether workers ...

    Article : 185 words
  26. SENATOR ARMSTRONG IN NEW YORK

    NEW YORK, August 30.—The Australian Minister for Supply and Development (Senator J. Armstrong), who arrived in New ...

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  27. SURPLUS WOOL CLIP PROFITS

    CANBERRA, August 31.—Legislation to provide for the distribution of profits from the disposal of surplus wartime wool clips will ...

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  28. COMMUNIST SOUGHT ON THEFT CHARGE

    AUCKLAND, August 31 (AAPReuter).—A warrant for the arrest of Walter Ashton. 41, former secretary of the Auckland Trades ...

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    LONDON, August 30.—The British United Press correspondent at Limassol, Cyprus, says Mrs Morrow Tait, who is on a ...

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  30. WORLD'S MOST LIBERAL COMPENSATION BILL

    CANBERRA, August 31.—What the Minister for Post-War Reconstruction (Mr Dedman) described to Caucas today as "the most liberal workers' compensation Bill in the world" will be ...

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  31. Four Girls Injured In Sydney Blaze

    SYDNEY, August 31.—Four girls were badly scorched when they tried to beat out the flames with their hands after a fire, which caused £60,000 damages in Rawson Chambers, Pitt Street, today, had ...

    Article : 286 words
  32. Wartime Invasion Plan Revealed

    SYDNEY, August 31.—An invasion of Japan in 1944 by 50,000 Australian and British troops, using Darwin as a springboard, ...

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  33. NO CHALLENGE ON TAX RIGHTS

    BRISBANE, August 31. — A fresh submission to the High Court to upset the Commonwealth Government's uniform ...

    Article : 95 words
  34. U.S. Aid Offer To British Press

    SARANAC LAKE (New York), August 30.—Mr A. H. Sulzburger, publisher of the "New York Times," said today that the ...

    Article : 128 words
  35. VOTING RIGHTS FOR ABORIGINALS

    CANBERRA, August 31.—Cabinet today decided to permit Australian aboriginals to vote at Federal elections if they are ...

    Article : 115 words
  36. RUMANIAN OGPU

    BUCHAREST, August 30.—A decree issued today establishes secret State police in Rumania. The new organisation will be part ...

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  37. SCOUT JAMBOREE

    WELLINGTON, August 31.— Shipping permitting, the New Zealand Boy Scouts' Association plans to send a contingent of 90 ...

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