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  4. RIVER AND BAY TIDES

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  5. WEATHER FORECAST

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  6. TWO WOUNDED BY GUNMEN IN SYDNEY BANK HOLD-UP

    SYDNEY, January 13.—A wide search by large squads of Sydney police is now being conducted for two gunmen who held up the staff of the Commonwealth Bank in Ultimo, a Sydney suburb, today and wounded the manager and a customer before making a getaway. ...

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  7. DEVIATION SHOULD ADVANCE C.Q. DEVELOPMENT

    RACK DEVIATION LINE TAKING SHAPE Work of constructing the new railway line to eliminate the rack railway, which has restricted the hauling of goods by rail between ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. COLOUR SCHEME WAS FATAL?

    MELBOURNE, January, 13.— The 11,000 ton liner, Niew Holland, was a cable length outside the deep dredge channel ...

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  9. DIVERS SEARCH FOR SUNKEN SUB.

    LONDON, January 13.—Navy divers went down at dawn today to probe the muddy, swirling waters a few miles off Sheerness where the submarine ...

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  10. U.S. HAS NEW JET FIGHTER

    WASHINGTON, January 12 —A revolutionary new jet fighter—known as the Republic XF-91 has begun ...

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  11. Govt. Viewpoint Stabilised Wool Price

    CANBERRA, January 13. — The Commonwealth Government favours a United Kingdom-Australia agreement ...

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  12. Control Off Capital Issues

    CANBERRA, January 13. —The Treasurer (Mr. Fadden) announced tonight that the Commonwealth ...

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  13. ANOTHER 'FUHRER' IN WEST GERMANY

    LONDON, January 12—The "Daily Mail's" Berlin correspondent says that a new jackbooted Fuhrer is rising to power in Germany. Western Germany's Right Wing Nationalist ...

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  14. Councils Need More Revenue

    BRISBANE, January 13.— The Lord Mayor (Ald Chandler) will attend a conference of lord mayors in Melbourne on ...

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  15. Must Keep Silent On Lost Love

    LONDON, January 12.—The "Daily Telegraph's" Rome correspondent says that 27-years-old Zaki Hachian whose ...

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  16. NOTE TO RUSSIA ON JAP. POW's

    CANBERRA, January 13. — The Commonwealth Government has protested to the Russian Ambassador to ...

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  17. OVERCAME HANDICAP OF PARALYSIS

    LONDON, January 13.—The Associated Press states that the death occurred in London yesterday of the well-known ...

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  18. Millions More For Wool

    CANBERRA, January 13.— Australian wool exports for the first five months of the financial year were worth ...

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  19. Reprisal Arrests

    WARSAW, January 12. — Pierre Marshall, who has been the Agence France Presse correspondent in Warsaw for four ...

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  20. PAY FOR OIL IN SOVEREIGNS

    LONDON, January 12.— Bevier's Johannesburg' correspondent says it is understood that South ...

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  21. RUSSIA'S GRAB IN CHINA

    NEW YORK, January 13. — The "New York Times" in a leader today said that the Secretary of State (Mr ...

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  22. Talks Break Down

    LONDON, January 12.—The Treasury announced tonight that the Anglo-Polish financial negotiations which ...

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  25. FRESH NOMINATIONS FOR LOCKYER

    BRISBANE, January 13. — On account of a constitutional defect all the action taken by the Lockyer Electorate ...

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  26. CHARGED WITH KILLING WATCHMAN

    MELBOURNE, January 13.— A man who was found unconscious in a lavatory at the Sir Charles Hotham Hotel, on the ...

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  27. Public Showing Of Colour TV

    WASHINGTON, January 12. —Colour television was shown to the general public for the first time today when the ...

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  28. 'Make Powdered Milk In Q'land'

    BRISBANE, January 13.—To save the State from a continual hold-up in powdered milk supplies, the Retail Traders' and ...

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  29. Drowned In Dam

    SYDNEY, January 13. — Seven-year-old Arthur Robert Bradley of Toongabbie, fell into six feet of water and was ...

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  30. State's Sheep Population Up 1m

    BRISBANE, January 13.— Queensland sheep flocks had been increased by 1,000,000 lambs in the last year the ...

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  31. State Senators

    BRISBANE, January 13.— Five Queensland Senate candidates have now been elected. They are Messrs Maher, Wood, ...

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  32. Luxury Cruise Earning Dollars For Britain

    NEW YORK, January 12.— The Cunard liner Caronia sailed from New York today on a luxurious 80-day ...

    Article : 149 words
  33. Italy's Trusteeship

    LONDON, January 12.—The Geneva correspondent of the Associated Press says that Britain and the United States ...

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  34. Death Penalty Back

    LONDON, January 12.—The Moscow radio announced today that Russia had reintroduced the death penalty for traitors. ...

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