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  2. TIDES, SUN AND MOON

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 82 words
  3. MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 104 words
  4. SERVICING BERLIN AIRLIFT PLANES

    The centralised servicing of Transport Command It at the Royal Air Force Station at Honington. Suffolk, and its responsibilities have greatly increased with the development of the Berlin "airlift." Honington services power plants for yorks, Hastings and Dakota aircraft, radar and radio equipment, instruments and electrical gear. If handles about 125 power plants, 600 wheels and 1000 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 224 words
  5. ROOFS BLOWN OFF BY STORM AT RICHMOND

    RICHMOND, December 19.—Richmond suffered damage on Saturday afternoon at a result of a sudden cyclonic storm ...

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  6. TRUCE ENDS

    BATAVIA, December 19 (A.A.P.—Reuter).—The Netherlands has denounced the truce with the Republicans and commenced a "purge" against "the terrorising powers" in Republican territory, a high ...

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  7. POINTED TRUMAN NOTE TO CHIANG

    NEW YORK, December 18.—The United Press correspondent in Shanghai says a reliable source said to-day that President Truman, in effect, has asked Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek whether ...

    Article : 382 words
  8. Pay Patient Direct, B.M.A. Proposal

    SYDNEY, December 19.—The B.M.A. will co-operate in the Government's health service scheme if the Government makes ...

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  9. POLICE CHIEF ON BAIL

    EVARTS (Kentucky), December 18.—Evarts' police chief (Isacher Combs) was arrested to-day on a murder warrant ...

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  10. BUSH FIRES RAVAGE N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, December 19.—Hot weather and gales caused many serious bush fires in New South Wales at the week-end. Damage ...

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  11. BRITISH BLAMED FOR SHOOTING

    LONDON, December 19.—The British United Press says the Moscow radio, broadcasting early to-day the Russian version of last ...

    Article : 184 words
  12. "INSIDIOUS WAR" BY COMMUNISTS

    LONDON, December l9.—The Attorney-General (Sir Hartley Shaweloss) told a meeting at Exeter that the Communists, ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. FIRST IN FOR M.P. PENSION?

    CANBERRA, December 19.—Rejection of Mr. Max Falstein M.H.R., as nominee for Australian Labour Party pre-selection as ...

    Article : 197 words
  14. FATHER ONLY SURVIVOR OF COLLISION

    ADELAIDE, December 19.—Five people, including a mother and her three daughters, are dead following a collision in which a ...

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  15. BRIDE OF HALF HOUR KILLED

    WARWICK, December 19.—A 19-year-old bride, who had been married only halt an hour, was, killed instantly in a road accident ...

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  16. LUXURY LIVERS DOWN TO EARTH

    SYDNEY, December 19.—Mrs. Agnes Tolman, who lived on the second floor of b luxury hotel for 25 years, says she has now "come ...

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  17. ONE DEAD, 5 HURT IN MOTOR SMASH

    KINGAROY, December 19.—Six men were injured, one of them fatally, in a collision between a utility and a thres-ton ...

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  18. MATCH DECLARED OFF BY UMPIRE

    MACKAY, December 19.—An official umpire (P. Greeves) declared a cricket, match off st Harrup Park this morning on the ...

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  19. ANALYSIS OF ETHER STOCKS

    BRISBANE, December 19.—The State Health Department is analysing samples of ether from a number of outback hospitals, ...

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  20. ATOM RISK TO NAVY

    CANBERRA, December 15.—Britain's Navy, dependent on loses winch could easily be bombed, would be bombed, would be a liability in an ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. PRICE QUIZ ON TIMBER & SHOES

    BRISBANE, December 19.—Two big price fixing investigations which the. State Government would set up—one on timber and ...

    Article : 251 words
  22. H.M.A.S. SYDNEY INCIDENT

    LONDON, December 18.—The "Daily Express" says M.I.S (secret service) investigators believe that the steel bolts found in the ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. CONFERENCE ON ZINC POSITION

    CANBERRA, December 19.—State Prices Commissioners and Commonwealth officials conferred this week with a view to averting ...

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  24. B'BANE SHOPS TO CLOSE FOUR DAYS

    BRISBANE, December 19.—Legitimate service grocers and general stores in the city and country, except at some seaside resorts, ...

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  25. 13 KILLED WHEN BUSSES COLLIDE

    SALT LAKE CITY, December 18.—Thirteen were killed and between 40 and 50 injured, when two buses collided and caught fire on ...

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  26. PLEDGE OF FULL EMPLOYMENT

    CANBERRA, December 19.—A pledge that the Australian Government will never allow the unemployment situation which arose ...

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  27. WIFE KILLED OFF CYCLE PILLION

    MARYBOROUGH, December 19.—Mrs. Dorothy May McDougall (22), of Maryborough, was killed when a motor cycle ridden by her ...

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  28. THREE KILLED IN WORKSHOP BLAST

    LONDON, December 18.—Reuter's says three were killed and nine injured in an explosion at the workshops of Ogden and Sons, ...

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  29. LION THAT TURNED

    This picture of Miss Ray Walker, animal trainer, and her lion sultan, going for a walk in a crowded East London, South Africa, street, was taken a few seconds before Sultan attacked and mauled Miss Walker. Three men resuced her and helped her take Sultan back to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. PETROL TICKET RING BROKEN

    MELBOURNE, December 19.-Federal police have broken up an Australia-wide leakage of petrol tickets to the blackmarket, a police ...

    Article : 63 words
  31. JAP LEADERS' APPEALS

    WASHINGTON, December 18.—The United States Supreme Court has reserved judgment in the appeals by the Seven Japanese ...

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  32. MACKAY WHARF UNION BALLOT

    MACKAY, December 19.—All candidate's with Communist [?]tions wove defeated at the annual election of the Mackay brunch of ...

    Article : 75 words
  33. GREATER AUSTERITY IN STORE FOR JAPAN

    NEW YORK, December 18.—The Associated Press representative in Tokio says that General MacArthur, in a letter to the Prime Minister, warns that Japan roust prepare for greater austerity and a ...

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  34. COADJUTOR FOR BRIS. ARCHBISHOP

    SYDNEY, December 19.—The Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick M. O'Donnell, Vicar General of the Roman Catholic ...

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  35. BURGLAR CAUGHT UNDER BED

    MELBOURNE, December 19.—A policeman arrested a suspected burglar otter a tussle under a bed in a house at Newport a ...

    Article : 131 words
  36. MIGRANT SLAPS MATRON'S FACE

    MELBOURNE, December 19.—A Bait migrant domestic at Castlemaine Hospital was transferred to Wyneton Hospital last week, ...

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  37. 16 INJURED ON PICNIC TRUCK

    MELBOURNE, December 19.—Sixteen persons were injured, including 13 children, when a truck returning from a picnic collided ...

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  38. RISE IN BASIC WAGE EXPECTED

    CANBERRA, December 19.—A rise in the basic wage of at least 1 per week from early in the new veer in expected following a steady ...

    Article : 88 words
  39. MILITARY AID TO FRANCE

    LONDON, December 18.—Reuter's save the Conservative "Sunday Times", in a dispatch from its Paris correspondent states that the ...

    Article : 75 words
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