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  2. RIVER AND BAY TIDES

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  4. WEATHER FORECAST

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  6. AID FOR FRENCH IN INDO-CHINA

    LONDON, October 14.—Reuters Paris correspondent says that Government sources said today that reinforcements from ...

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  7. BENEFITS FOR WAR PENSIONERS

    CANBERRA, October 15.—The Minister for Repatriation (Senator Cooper) said today that the Government would increase war service pensions and CRTS trainees' allowances ...

    Article : 399 words
  8. U.N. FORCES CLOSING IN ON NORTH KOREAN CAPITAL

    TOKYO, October 15. — Four Allied divisions closed in on Pyongyang along a 60-mile are today. They are racing from points 45 to 60 miles away for the honour of being the first into the North Korean capital. ...

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  9. Longreach Boy Congratulated

    The Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. [?] H. Devices) personally congratulating Longreach schoolboy, Glen [?] (left), at the schoolboys' camp at Yeppon, on his being grated a one months scholarship at the Gatton ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 56 words
  10. TRUMAN AND MACARTHUR CONFER ON FAR EAST PROBLEMS

    NEW YORK, October 14. — Following his two-hour conference with General MacArthur on Wake Island today, President Truman declared: ...

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  11. EAST GERMAN ELECTION

    LONDON, October 15.—Reuter's Berlin representatives says that thousands of blue-shirted young Communists through the ...

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  12. Arrest After Six Illegal Returns

    TOKYO, October 14 (AAP —Reuter). — Twenty-fouryear-old Australian ex-serviceman, Frank Loyal ...

    Article : 493 words
  13. VICTORIAN RAIL STRIKE

    MELBOURNE, October 15.—All Victorian passenger and goods trains will stop running at midnight tonight "until further notice" as the result of the strike by railwaymen. The ...

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  14. CALL TO INCREASE PRODUCTION

    MELBOURNE, October 15.—Employers as well as workers would have to "pull their weight" to help increase Australia's production, the Minister for Labour and National ...

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  15. T. V. STATION AT SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, October 15. — The Postmaster-General (Mr H. L. Anthony) said tonight that Sydney's telestation would be ...

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  16. WORLD'S BEST JET BOMBER

    LONDON, October 15. —Britain will have the biggest and fastest jet bomber in the world ...

    Article : 97 words
  17. Mid-Air Collisions, Seven Killed

    LONDON, October 15.—At least seven airmen were killed last night when war planes crashed after two separate ...

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  18. ROYAL VISIT TO FRANGE

    LONDON, October 15.—The King and Queen have accepted President Auriol's invitation to pay a four-day State visit to ...

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  19. Palace Burglary Charge Denied

    LONDON, October 14. — A 25-year-old seaman, Douglas Monro, pleaded not guilty when he was charged at Bow ...

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  20. Evatt On North Koreans' Rights

    CANBERRA, October 15. — The North Korean people should have the democratic right to determine their own ...

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  21. BASIC WAGE AND METALTRADES

    SYDNEY, October 16.—The The Metal Trades Employers' Association today warned its members of the "dangers" of ...

    Article : 201 words
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  24. Pole Cuts Loose In Mess Room

    SYDNEY, October 15.—Police in two cars rushed to the migrants' camp at Villawood today when it was reported ...

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  25. AUSTRALIA'S HOUSING REQUIREMENTS

    BRISBANE, August 15.— Large-scale importations of materials and houses were necessary to supplement Australia's ...

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  26. Callide Coal For Tasmania

    BRISBANE, October 15.—A shipload of Callide coal will go to Tasmania this month. The freighter Dundula will take 5000 ...

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  27. IDLE SHIPS AT NEWCASTLE

    SYDNEY, October 15.—Eight ships, including six engaged in the interstate steel and coal trade, are now held up in ...

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  28. Escape From Flames

    SYDNEY, October 15.—A young man and woman struggled dazed from a wrecked car a few seconds before it ...

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