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  3. ARMY-NAVY CLASH IN SIAM SETTLED?

    BANGKOK, February 28.—A Government communique today claimed that the situation throughout Siam had been "speedily restored to normal after the week-end clash between ...

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  4. O'KEEFE HIGH COURT HEARING COMMONWEALTH CASE RESTS ON MEANING OF MIGRANT

    MELBOURNE, March 1.—The case for the Commonwealth would rest on whether Mrs Annie O'Keefe was a migrant within the meaning of the Immigration Act on January 16,1947, Mr J. B. Tait, KC, told the Full High ...

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  5. IMPORTANCE OF NEW GUINEA AS AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE BASTION

    CANBERRA, March 1.—New Guinea was not only a bastion of defence for Australia, but could also be a stepping stone to the conquest of Australia, warned Mr T. White (Lib., ...

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  6. WAR STRAGGLER KILLED ON GUAM

    WASHINGTON, February 28. — A Japanese straggler was killed on Guam on Saturday ...

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  7. COST OF BERLIN AIRLIFT

    WASHINGTON, February 28. — The first eight months of the Berlin airlift cost the ...

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  8. INCIDENT AT ROYAL VISIT

    LONDON, February 28. — Soon after Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh arrived at the ...

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  9. U.S. Aid In Event Of War

    SYDNEY, Marca 1. — America would, without hesitation, send strong military aid to Australia in the event ...

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  10. INFANT DEAD IN WATERHOLE

    BUNDABERG, March 1.— After an all-day search by police and civilians, a twoyear-old boy was found dead ...

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  11. MONEY BLEW HIS WAY

    WARWICK, March 1.—A Main Roads Commission roller driver, Edward Andrews, working on a section of roadway ...

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  12. "Red" Dean Talks Of Stalin's Dignity

    LONDON, February 28. — The Paris correspondent of Reuter's and the British United Press says that the ...

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  13. GOLD CHECK IN SOUTH AFRICA

    LONDON. February 28. — Reuter's Capetown correspondent says that the Treasury has announced that to check ...

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  14. FELL FROM TRAIN

    SYDNEY, March 1. — Cecil Crowle, a middle-aged man, of Willoughby, fell-from an electric train as it roared from ...

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  15. MARCH GALES CAUSE DAMAGE IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, March 1 (AAP-Reuter).—Ripping off roofs and smashing windows, gales blowing up to 80 miles an hour swept Britain and parts of Europe today, as March made its ...

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  16. Sweden To Enter Atlantic Pact?

    LONDON, February 28.—The "Daily Mail's" Stockholm correspondent states that the Swedish Foreign Minister (Mr ...

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  17. PROPOSED MARRIAGE ON FLOOR OF HOUSE

    BOISE (Idaho), February 28.—One member of the Idaho legislature proposed marriage to a colleague today on the floor of the Hous —and was accepted. ...

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  18. BITING CRITICISM OF AUSTRALIA

    NEW YORK, February 28.—Mr Marc T. Greens, descried as a veteran observer and a reporter in the South-west Pacific war, writing of Australia in the "United Nations' World" ...

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  19. AUSTRALIA'S POOR DEFENCES

    CANBERRA, March 1. — Australia had only 17 naval vessels and six air squadrons apart from those in Japan, ...

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  20. NATIONAL THEATRE

    CANBERRA, March 1. — A well-known British stage director, Mr Tyrone Guthrie, will visit Australia shortly on a ...

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  21. Canadian House In Uproar

    OTTAWA, February 28. — The Prime Minister (Mr St. Laurent) and the Conservative Opposition Leader (Mr Drew), ...

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  22. Polish Priests Sentenced

    LONDON, February 28.— Reuter's Warsaw correspondent says that a military court sentenced two Roman Catholic ...

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  23. BASIC WAGE HEARING

    CANBERRA, March 1.—The Minister for Labour (Mr Holloway), replying to a suggestion by Mr Sheehan (Lab., ...

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  24. " LIBERATION " IN CHINA

    NANKING, March 1. — The Communist radio claimed last night that over 200,000,000 of China's 450,000,000 people were ...

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  27. BRISBANE TRAM STRIKE: THOUSANDS WALK IN HEAVY RAIN

    BRISBANE, March 1.—Thousands of people were forced to walk to and from their homes in drenching rain as a result of the Tramway Union's 24 ...

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  28. MORE DEATHS IN ARCTIC DISEASE

    WINNIPEG, February 28.— Eleven persons were reported dead in Canada's sub-Arctic today from the mysterious ...

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  29. "Peace Overture" On Berlin?

    LONDON, March 1.—The Berlin correspondent of the Associated Press says that a new Russian Berlin ' "peace ...

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  30. AWARDS FOR BRITAIN'S ACE PILOTS

    The Committee of the Royal Aero Club has awarded the Britannia trophy for 1948 to Mr John Cunningham (right) for his achievement in establishing the aircraft altitude record for Britain from Hatfield in March, 1948, when, flying a de Havilland Vampire, he attained a height of 59,446 ft. The club's gold medal is awarded to Mr John Donglas Derry for being ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  31. TEMPORARY JOBS WITH GOVERNMENT

    CANBERRA, March 1.—Almost 60 per cent of the Commonwealth Public Service employees' are employed on a ...

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