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  3. MAY IMPORT COAL IF STRIKE LASTS

    CANBERRA, June 30.—The Federal Government is investigating the possibility of importing coal from Britain or other countries in an effort to alleviate the coal crisis. It is also studying the possibility of ...

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  4. CROSS-CHANNEL STEAMER HITS MINE

    The Belgian Cross-Channel steamer Princes Astrid carrying [?] passengers men. women mat children, many of them British holiday makers, returning from the Continent, struck a mine off Dushirk on her way from Ostend to Dover. Fire members of the Carina were killed, all passengers were safely taken of the staking ship by tugs Legt The Princes Astrid lying off Donkirk Right: Mr. and Mrs. May with their baby two of the British [?] after their arrival at Victoria station London. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. "CONFESSION" TO SCOTLAND YARD.

    BRISBANE, June 30.—A man "confussed" to Scotland Yard detectives to the murder of Harry " Nelson, a half caste, at Mungindi (on the Queensland N.S.W. border) in 1936. N ...

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  6. Precious Coal! Remains In Ships Holds

    MELBOURNE, June 30.—The Victorian Government decided to-day that the Coal ship Haligonian Duke, which has been ...

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  7. No Order Placed For Eve Magnet

    "My department knows absolutely intely nothing of any request for the installation of an electric eye magnet at Townsville." stated ...

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  8. NEW HOSPITAL HAY OPEN NEXT FEB.

    It was hoped that the new Townsville hospital. coasting [?] would be completed and opened not later than ...

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  9. DEATH THREAT MADID TO STRIKE CHIEF

    SIDNEY, June 20.—The Miners' Federation General President (Mr. I. Williams) has ben threatened with death by ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. Dedman May Attend Talks On Finance

    CANBERRA, June 30.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Chine}) and to-day if be did not attend the financial talks in London ...

    Article : 250 words
  11. MACKAY SHOW SUCCESSFUL

    MACKAY, June 30.—The final day of Mackay'a 70th annual show crowned the success achieved on the first two days. The attendance ...

    Article : 255 words
  12. AWARDS PAID CREW'S WIDOWS.

    SYDNEY, June 30.—The workers Compensation, Court to-day awarded £1,000 each to the [?] of two members of the crew of ...

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  13. BUTTER PRICES BEING STUDIED

    CANBERRA, June 30.—The Minister for Commerce (Mr. Pollard) said in the House of Representative to-day that Stale ...

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  14. RECORD SUICIDE MONTH IN TOKIO

    TOKIO, June 29.—Suicides in Tokio broke all records singing May—121—the largest member since the police Board began ...

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  15. SUGAR MAY BE DEARER

    BRISBANE, June 29.—The retail price of sugar, now 4½d per Ib, in capital cities will be dearer if the industry's moves ...

    Article : 207 words
  16. NEW ROAD TO CALLIDE AREA

    BRISBANE, June 30.—A new 14-mile road will be built by the State Government from the Callide Coalfield at a cost ...

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  17. BEDLAM AT SYDNEY MEETING

    SYDNEY, June 30.—Police arrested a man and ejected a man and a woman when Communists disrupted a meeting attended by ...

    Article : 279 words
  18. CANE PRICES BO AYR SITTINGS

    AYR, June 30.—The Central Sugar Cane Prices Board Concluded its sittings at Ayr to-day. On behalf of he Lower Burdekin ...

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  19. REASSURANCE ON WAR GRAVES.

    Supplying [?] with treasured reports on the graves of their sons who [?] buried in English soll is a ...

    Article : 387 words
  20. BREAD PRICE INVESTIGATION

    BRISBANE, June 30.—On the State wide investigation of bakers costs now being made by price fixing authorities will depend ...

    Article : 88 words
  21. POSTAL CHARGES DEARER NOW

    CANBERRA, June 30.—Increased charges under the Postal and Telegraph Charges Amendment Art. which parted all stages without amendment on the Houser ...

    Article : 136 words
  22. BUSH FIRE AT CAPE YORK

    COEN. June 30.—Through extraordinary wonderful season throughout the far north with the grate, now dry. that reached ...

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  23. PUBLIC RESPOND TO EMERGENCY

    "The public of Townsville have cooperated with the authorities very well indeed," dated Sub-Inspector Jesberg on Thursday ...

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  24. MANY 1,000'S NOW ON THE DOLE

    MELBOURNE, June 30.—The Commonwealth Social Services Department reported that nearly 100,000 applications for ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. CASKET 1364 DRAWN

    BRISBANE, June 30.—Golden Casket No 1364 was drawn to­-day. First prize went to No. 67.941 J Flay. C H. Swenson. G Blower, J. Wilson, care Is. Goode. ...

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  26. WOMAN GASSED IN SYDNEY FLAT

    SYDNEY. June 30.-A 62-year-old woman. Mrs. Easie Irene Mr. Andrew, was found Raised In the kitchen of her Cremorne flat ...

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  27. GOVT. MAY WANT MARX HOUSE

    CANBERRA, June 30.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley)said in the House of Representatives to-day that the Commonwealth ...

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  28. NO ANZAC DAY THEATRES—R.S.L.

    BRISBANE, June 30.—The Queensland Returned Soldiers' League definitely opposed to any plan to open picture theatres on Anzac Day. said the League's Stat ...

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  29. FATAL ACCIDENT AT MOUNT ISA

    MT. ISA. June 30.—John Robert Smith 38. single, a rigger, was killed under a fall of rock in an are pocket yesterday morning. He ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. TAX [?] EX-SERVICEMEN

    CANBERRA, June [?] Treasury officials are examining the possibility of exempting in incapacitated ex-servicemen from sales tax ...

    Article : 75 words
  31. SOVIET CLAIMS STRIKE CONTINUES BLOCKADE

    BERLIN, June 30.—The Russian controlled railway managements in Berlin to-night withdrew its earlier statement that traffic would be resumed on Berlin's elevated railway system to-morrow and said that traffic could not yet be resumed due to the great damage ...

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  32. NEW REGIONAL BOARD MEMBERS

    Members and executive officers of he newly consulted Townsville Regional Electricity Boated photographed at the first [?] on Wednesday:left to right: Messrs T.C. Baynon (manager) [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  33. MORE HOPEFUL TUNE IN ECONOMIC TALKS

    LONDON, June 30.—The conversations of economic experts on Britain's economic difficulties have progressed more rapidly than was expected, resulting in a call to the British Ambassador to the ...

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  34. PRICE OF GOLD HITS C.T. MINE

    CHARTERS TOWERS, June 30. The matter of the dismissal of the men from Black Jack Mine has been taken up with the ...

    Article : 119 words
  35. MINISTER AVERSE TO HELICOPTERS

    It was the opinion of experts that helicopters ware to be regarded with misgiving as far as aerial ambulance work was ...

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  36. SUGAR ITEMS

    Moreton Central Sugar Mill Co., Ltd., Nambour, £14,777 profit for the year ended December 31.[?] the previous ...

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