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  2. MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 92 words
  3. TIDES SUN AND MOON

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 67 words
  4. U.S. SUGGESTS NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR GERMANY

    STUTTGART, September 6.—The U.S. Secretary for State (Mr. Byrnes), addressing Allied and German leaders, announced the U.S.A. favoured the early establishment of a provisional German Government for Germany. ...

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  5. TRIPLE KILLER IS DECLARED LEGALLY SANE

    WILLIAM HEIRENS, 17-year-old medical student, who confessed to three murders. readily answers questions of psychiatrists during an examination to determine his mental condition. Psychiatrists say he is legally [?] able to co-operate with his lawyers and understand the charges against him. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 92 words
  6. SOVIET ACCUSED OF "WAR OF NERVES"

    LAKE SUCCESS, September 6.-The Greek representative, M. Dendramis, replying to the Ukranian charges, told the Security Council that ...

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  7. ASSERTION IN HOUSE RIDICULED

    BRISBANE, September 6.—Mr. C. Sweetman. president of the Chamber of Commerce, to-day, ridiculed a statement made in Parliament yesterday ...

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  8. PIECE OF HUMAN EAR IN COURT

    SYDNEY, September 6.—A piece of a human ear, in a bottle of spirits, was Exhibit No. 1 in a case at Central Court this week. ...

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  9. 40-HOUR CLAIM FOR WOOL SCOUR STAFF

    BRISBANE, September 6.—Applying to the full bench of the Industrial Court to-day for a 40-hour week for wool scour employees in Queensland, ...

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  10. CANE GROWERS' LOSSES

    BRISBANE, September 6.—The sugar Industry organisations have requested the Premier (Mr. Hanlon) to provide financial assistance ...

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  11. STRIKE ISSUE AS SEEN BY CHIFLEY

    BRISBANE, September 6. — No strikes should take place unless on some fundamental issues for which there was no constitutional solution ...

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  12. AMENDMENTS TO DIVORCE LAW

    BRISBANE, September 6.—Legislation to provide punishment for adulterers was advocated by Mr. L. J. Barnes in Parliament ...

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  13. 3 LIFE SENTENCES FOR MURDERER

    CHICAGO, September 6.—William Heirins has been sentenced to gaol for life for the murder of six-year-old Suzanne Degnan and two women. ...

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  14. SUNDAY'S COAL PROPOSALS SECRET

    SYDNEY, September 6.—Plans for increasing coal production will be discussed at a conference of the executives of mining unions on Sunday. ...

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  15. WAGGON SUPPLY PROBLEM ACUTE

    BRISBANE, September 6.—The difficulty in supplying waggons for goods loading from Brisbane was about as acute to-day as in the height of the ...

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  16. WRIT ON DRAKEFORD BY OPPONENT

    MELBOURNE, September 6.—Supreme Court writs were taken out this afternoon by Adrian Trevor Cole, air commodore of the reserve of the R.A.A.F., against Arthur Samuel ...

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  17. ALL AMERICAN SEAMEN ON STRIKE

    NEW YORK, September 6.—The general strike of seamon has begun. Nearly 100,000 sailors were ordered off their ships in ...

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  18. SOUTH PACIFIC AIR TRANSPORT LINES

    SYDNEY, September 6.—A recent conference in Wellington of a special committee under the control of the new South Pacific Air Transport Council ...

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  19. SUBSIDY ONLY FOR WHOLE MILK

    BRISBANE, September 6.—The Premier (Mr. Hanlon) said to-day that the Commonwealth Government's milk subsidy offer, as a drought relief ...

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  20. MILK DELIVERY THREAT DEFERRED

    BRISBANE, September 6.—No further action to cease milk supplies will be taken by the Milk Producers' Association of ...

    Article : 165 words
  21. MR. MAKIN SETTLES LEND-LEASE DEBT

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.—Mr. Makin presented the Acting Secretary of State (Mr. Clayton) with a 20,000,000 dollar cheque in final ...

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  22. INFANT SOLE AIR CRASH SURVIVOR

    SAN FRANCISCO. September 6.—The only survivor of a trans-luxury airliner which crashed in Nevara, was a two-year-old Brooklyn boy, Peter Link, whose mother and father and ...

    Article : 70 words
  23. GREEK REGENT RESIGNS

    ATHENS, September 6. — Archbishop Damaskinos has tendered his resignation to the King, who, replying to the Regent's telegram, expressed his ...

    Article : 62 words
  24. 300,000 MORE ON N.S.W. ROLLS

    SYDNEY September 6—About 300,000 more votes will be on the rolls in New South Wales than at the last election in 1943. when 1,741,000 were enrolled. ...

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  25. DEATH SENTENCE FOR JAP CAPTAIN

    LONDON, September 6.—Reuter's Batavia correspondent says a military court sentenced to death a Jap. Captain Sonm on charges of physical and ...

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  26. SOVIET NOT TO QUIT U.N.O.

    LONDON, September 6.—The Exchange Telegraph's diplomatic writer in Paris says semi-official Russian sources deny reports that ...

    Article : 147 words
  27. LESS VALUE FOR £ IN TOWNSVILLE

    BRISBANE, September 6. — The prices of clothing and footwear continue to rise at a greater rate than food, groceries, and rent according to ...

    Article : 137 words
  28. PRESS CRITICAL OF COL. ROOSEVELT

    NEW YORK, September 6.—The "World Telegram" in an editorial. contemptuously dismissing published instalments of Colonel Elliott ...

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  29. DAKOTA'S CREW RESCUED AFTER CRASH INTO SEA

    DARWIN, September 6—A R.A.A.F. Catalina, two naval air-sea rescue launches, and a control launch of the Civil Aviation Department co-operated in the dramatic rescue of the crew of a R.A.A F. Dakota plane on ...

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  30. FORDE'S NEW ARMY 'COSTLY PRETENCE AT DEFENCE'

    MELBOURNE, September 6.—Criticising the announcement by Mr. Forde that Australia was to have an interim army of 39,000, and a permanent military force of 17,954, including 4000 reinforcements, General ...

    Article : 394 words
  31. GRAIN, MOLASSES CROSSING BORDER

    SYDNEY, September 6. — In an effort to save 2,000,000 sheep threatened with starvation, graziers in the Wee Was area of Northern N.S.W. are ...

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  32. A.W.L. SOLDIER ON WOUNDING CHARGE

    BRISBANE, September 6.—Charged with having unlawfully wounded Patricis Fay [?] the victim of an alleged stabbing affray, Albert ...

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  33. MASTER SUSPENDED FOR 3 MONTHS

    NEW YORK, September 6.—The Coatsguard Court found Captain Aithur P. Cronin, master of the freighter American Farmer, guilty of ...

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  34. PLANE CONTRACT CANCELLED

    LONDON, September 6. — Other avenues of research are being explored was the Ministry of Supply's official explanation for the cancellation of a ...

    Article : 118 words
  35. ROCKETS SEEN OVER GREECE

    ATHENS, September 6.—Inquiries are being made in an effort to establishing the origin of rockets reported to be flying over Greek territory said ...

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  36. RUSSIA BIDDING FOR CONTROL OF CHINA?

    PEIPING September 6.—Representative [?] chairman of the military [?] a group inspecting Pacific areas told the Press ...

    Article : 61 words
  37. 50 JET PLANES TO BE MADE HERE

    SYDNEY September 6—An order for the building of 50 Vampire jet aircraft has been placed by the Federal Government with the Sydney branch ...

    Article : 67 words
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