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  2. RIVEB & BAF TIDES

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  4. WEATHER [?]

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  5. SEEK CONFERENCE OF FED. UNIONS ON COURT'S MARGINS CASE DELAY

    SYDNEY, March 4. — The New South Wales Labour Council tonight' decided in favour of a special conference of Federal unions to discuss the Commonwealth Arbitration Court's postponement of the margins ...

    Article : 508 words
  6. ROSSMOYA SETTLERS STILL FLOODBOUND

    Settiers In the Rossmoya district have been cut-off for five weeks by the flooded Hedlow Creek. All produce, invading perishables, has to be boated across about two miles of water. The decking of a bridge across the creek is stfll [?]nrther 10 days most elapse before it is clear for traffic. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 143 words
  7. MAU MAU REVELATIONS, SECRET TALKS IN KENYA FORESTS WITH CHIEFS

    LONDON, March 3 — Beater's Nairobi correspondent says that General China, the Man Mau second in command, revealed many secret terrorist supply lines since his capture recently. The ...

    Article : 659 words
  8. SEARCH FOR TINY EARTH MOONS AS STEPS TO STARS

    SAN FRANCISCO, March 3. —The molted States armed forces aire sponsoring a skysweeping search for tiny earth ...

    Article : 143 words
  9. Flagged Herefords

    MELBOURNE, March 4— Fifty Hereford cattle with Union Jacks tied to their, tails will greet the Queen ...

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  10. New Guinea Earth Tremors '

    PORT MORESBY, March A, —Nine severe to light earth tremors rocked through the territory volcanic heit in 24 ...

    Article : 99 words
  11. WORST FAMINE In ALASKAN HISTORY

    BRISTOL BAT (Alaska), March 3. (AAP)- Dog teams and planes are carrying emergency rations to Eskimo ...

    Article : 114 words
  12. ROSSMOYA BRIDGE FLOODING SETBACK TO SETTLEMENT

    For almost 30 years the thriving farming district of Rossmoya, during flood periods, received setbacks, particularly at time of peak production, due to the height of water over the ...

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  13. FLYING BOAT CRASH

    LONDON, March 3.—Six men were missiag after a Royal Air Force Sunderland flying boat, with ll aboard, crashed and ...

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  14. Strange Reception For Duke By Uni. Students

    MELBOURNE, March 4—A moth-eaten carpet was laid for the Duke of Edinburgh and a presentation of a pair of crutches made to him at the Melbourne University today. The students gave the Duke the ...

    Article : 274 words
  15. CHICAGO'S HEAVIEST SNOW IN 15 YEARS

    CHICAGO, Marcht 3. (AAP) — A wind-driyen stoma struck a section of the mid-west of the United States today, ...

    Article : 161 words
  16. Bakers Go To House of Commons

    LONDON, March 3. — Bakers wearing their aprons and flat white caps thronged the House of Commons tonight ...

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  17. 180 AWARDS AT INVESTITURE, EIGHT MEN KNIGHTED

    One hundred and eighty men and women received avards from the jQneen at an'investiture at 'Gbyeninieitf Home today. Eight men were Knighted. ...

    Article : 249 words
  18. Duke's Interest In Research Work

    The Duke of Edinburgh was a highly interested visitor to the Walter and Eliza Hall Research institute today, ...

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    A sedan car, owned by Mr S. Mace, struck unexpected trouble when it was being driven towards a footpath at Quay Street end of William Street yesterday morning, due to the bitumen giving way under a rear wheeL ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
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  22. B'ne Royal Tour Illuminations

    BRISBANE, March 4. — Thousands of people are expected to crowd Brisbane's streets tomorrow night to ...

    Article : 87 words
  23. BOAT LIGHTS

    BRISBANE, March 4.—The Executive Council7 today repealed the regulations prescribing the lights to be ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. Full Day Goods Train Services

    BRISBANE, March 4— Thirty goods trains ran a full day shuttle service across the Inkerman rail bridge over the ...

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  25. LAND APPLICATIONS DATE EXTENDED

    BRISBANE, March 4—The acceptance date for the Wolfang, Cullin-la-Ringo and Marmadilla grpup lands ...

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  26. CUT IN SHIPPING FREIGHT RATES EXPECTED IN MAY

    CANBERRA, March 4—Reductions of Australian and overseas shipping freight charges are expected to operate from next May. This follows the decision of the Federal Cabinet today to reduce the levy on shipowners ...

    Article : 350 words
  27. 21 Bands For Queen

    BRISBANE, March 4— Twenty-one bands will be spaced along the Royal Procession route next Tuesday. ...

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  28. MASS PROTEST ON LACK OF FLOOD PREVENTION WORKS

    SYDNEY, March 4 — The 6000 strong Banana Growers' Federation Co-operative today backed the "March" for flood mitigation action in Northern New South Wales. ...

    Article : 160 words
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