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  2. Advertising

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  3. VILLAGE WRECKED BY CYCLONE IN NSW

    SYDNEY, October 28. — A cyclone wrecked the village of Black Mountain, six miles from Guyra, late this afternoon. In a few seconds it blew down almost every home. ...

    Article : 444 words
  4. Fadden And Documents

    CANBERRA, October 28.— "If it be proved that I acted in a manner prejudicial to the safety or interests of the ...

    Article : 364 words
  5. AUSTRALIA WINS BUTTER PRIZE

    LONDON, October 27.— First prize in the salted butter class at the Olympia Dairy Show, awarded for ...

    Article : 43 words
  6. INTERNATIONAL GRAND PRIX MOTOR RACE

    Leading British and Continental motor racing drivers took part in the first international Motor Grand Prix to be held since the war, at Silverstone airfield, near Northants. This picture shows Louis Chiron, the French ace, at speed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. PLANE TO TEST RELIABILITY OF RADIO GUIDE SIGNAL

    SYDNEY, October 28. — A specially chartered plane will fly on Saturday over the possible route taken by the Lutana in order to test the efficiency of the radio range guiding ...

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  8. SAYS ATOM BOMB OVERRATED

    Rear Admiral William Parsons, the United States Navy's director of atomic defence, declared tonight ...

    Article : 76 words
  9. 10-80 ROUGH ON RATS

    IPSWICH, October 28.— —Claimed to be "the roughest thing on rats ever manufactured," a special American poison ...

    Article : 215 words
  10. Family Battered, Father Charged

    SYDNEY, October 28.— Charles Edward Harrison, 47, farmer, of Southgate, near Grafton, has been charged ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. INQUIRE INTO BRIBE CHARGES

    LONDON, October 27.—The Prime Minister (Mr Attlee) moved in the House of Commons a motion to establish a ...

    Article : 395 words
  12. DID NOT SWEAR, MINISTER SAYS

    Using a typically Australian adjective, the Minister for Works (Mr Power) had told him: "You ain't gonna get no ...

    Article : 458 words
  13. C.Q. Food Growing Scheme

    BRISBANE, October 28. — Charges that the Queensland British Food Corporation's requirements of agricultural machinery are reducing the amount of equipment available to ...

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  14. Winton Council To Build Hotel

    BRISBANE, October 28.— The Winton Shire Council is the first local authority empowered to establish and ...

    Article : 87 words
  15. Two Electorates Renamed

    The Labour Caucus today approved the redistribution o the Federal electorates, in Queensland and New South ...

    Article : 164 words
  16. Verdicts On War Crimes

    LONDON, October 27.—Reuter's Nuremberg representative says that American War Crimes Tribunal found Field Marshal ...

    Article : 163 words
  17. State Has 136 Coal Mining Leases

    BRISBANE, October 28.—A total of 136 coalmining leases had been granted and were current in Queensland, the ...

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  18. Criminals Moving Into A.C.T.

    CANBERRA, October 28.— There has been an innux of criminals into the Australian Capital Territory. Today the ...

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    LONDON, October 27.—The Paris representative of the American Associated Press says that the United Nations' ...

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  20. BUS DRIVERS' STRIKE ENDS

    NEW YORK, October 27.— The majority of New York's 8500 bus drivers who struck yesterday returned to work ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. Mediation Rejected

    GUATEMALA CITY, October 27.—The Guatemala Government announced today that the British have rejected a ...

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  22. BIG JOB FOR POLICE ON HOUSING SCHEME SHORTAGES

    BRISBANE, October 28.—Detective Sergeant M. Purcell, who carried out an investigation into the £6000 shortages in the Government housing projects, said in the Police Court today his investigations had taken two years and that other detectives were still investigating. ...

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  23. Danger Of General Coal Strike Nearer

    SYDNEY, October 28.—The dispute on the New South Wales coalfields became graver today, when officials of the ...

    Article : 196 words
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