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  2. MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 107 words
  3. TIDES, SUN AND MOON

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 89 words
  4. CLOWN'S KISS FOR PRIME MINISTER

    AMFRICAN skating clown Howard Sullivan kissing the British Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) at an ice rink in Londonclast week. Told to kiss some "inoffensive, baid-pated man" the clown, by chance, picked on Mr. Attlee. When he learned whom he had kissed, the clown wept and the management apologised to Mr. Attlee. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 115 words
  5. NO INDICATION OF NEXT COAL STEP

    CANBERRA, July 1.—The Attorney General, Dr. Evatt, in the House of Representatives, to-day, declined to indicate what was the next step the Government might take to break the coal crisis. ...

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  6. DIGGERS TAKING OVER CLARE TOBACCO LANDS

    AYR, July 1.—Soldier settlers on Clare tobacco lands, to-day, have taken over their farms from the Government. Now they are busily engaged preparing seed beds with die intention of planting out the crop at the beginning of September. Ten farms in all have been taken over, but an additional 30 ...

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  7. NAURU RIOT

    CANBERRA, July 1.—Completely exonerated by Mr. Justice Ligertwood in his report on the New Guinea "timber deal." ...

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  8. Clare Settlers Want a School

    AYR, July 1.—The settlement of Clare it suffering a great disability in that there is no school on the site. Of the ...

    Article : 121 words
  9. U.S. CRITICISMS OF BRITISH ECONOMICS

    LONDON, June 30.—Top British and American officials were concerned to-night that Britain's dollar crisis might affect Anglo-American political harmony. The American Ambassador (Mr. Lewis Douglas) has discussed the political ...

    Article : 531 words
  10. BRISBANE MAN DROWNED

    BRISBANE, July 1.—A 29-year-old men, James Charles Matthews, of Northgate was drowned. and his brother. Owen Twigg ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. CAFES SEEKING LIGHT, POWER

    BRISBANE, July 1.—Individual cafes throughout Queensland were urged to apply for cooking; times to suit themselves. ...

    Article : 106 words
  12. INDUSTRIAL CRISIS IN U.K.

    LONDON, June 26.—Britain's railwaymen and Lowdon's water freat and electricity power [?] were to-night marshall ...

    Article : 191 words
  13. MOTOR CYCLISTS HURT IN SMASH

    A motor cyclist and a punon rider were injured when their machine collided with petrol truck at the Causeway about 3.45 ...

    Article : 176 words
  14. CARRIER CREW'S TRAINING PLAN

    MELBOURNE, July 1.—Members of the 20th Carrier Air Group from the Dew aircraft carrier. H.M.A.S. Sydney have began an ...

    Article : 163 words
  15. BABOON LOOSE AT HOME HILL

    HOME HILL, July 1.—A baboon, the property of one of the side shows at Home Hill, to-day broke loose and caused a bit of a stir on ...

    Article : 145 words
  16. U.S. SOFT COAL POSITION

    WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (West Virginia), July 1.—Mr. John L. Lewis, United Mine workers' president, has ordered ...

    Article : 94 words
  17. SCRAP METAL PURCHASE

    CANBERRA, July 1.—Mr. Chifley told the Leader or the Country Party (Mr. Fadden) in the House of Representatives to-day he ...

    Article : 76 words
  18. STAND DOWN APPLICATIONS

    SYDNEY, July 1.—Twenty-five State awards were varied by Mr. Justice Cantor in the Industrial Commission to-day to allow ...

    Article : 94 words
  19. CHINESE PORT CLOSURE LEGAL

    CANTON, July 1.—The Chinese Government in a reply to the United States note on the closure of Communist-held ports, ...

    Article : 164 words
  20. BOXING

    MELBOURNE, July 1.—The Queensland aborigine. Alfie Clay, 9.0, beat Bernie Grant. 8.17[?], on a technical knock-out 2 minutes 35 ...

    Article : 99 words
  21. LAYING OFF OF RAIL MEN

    BRISBANE, July 1.—An application by the Railway Commissioner, to stand down employees covered by the railway award ...

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  22. AUST. EXPECTS 110,000 D.P.'s

    CANBERRA, July l.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) said to-day that Australia looked forward to receiving 110,000 displaced persons. ...

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  23. U.S. AIR FORCE IN EUROPEAN WAR

    WASHINGTON, July 1.—American bomber crew wartime successes against German fighters and ground targets were vastly ...

    Article : 108 words
  24. TWO INFANTS DROWNED IN DAM

    SYDNEY, July 1.—Two young children, David Nicholls. 17 months and David Beard. 24 months, who wandered from their home this ...

    Article : 100 words
  25. BIGAMY GOING OUT OF FASHION

    BRISBANE, July 1.—The bigamy boom has slumped according to figures Mr. Justice Philp quoted in the Criminal ...

    Article : 270 words
  26. PREMIER TO MEET DEPUTATION

    The Premier. Mr. Hanlon, has notified the North Queensland Development League that he will receive a deputation from the ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. U.S. CONCERNED AT TRADE PACTS

    WASHINGTON, June 30.—The "Washington Dally News," in a leader to-day says the Anglo-Argentine trade pact has, pulled ...

    Article : 167 words
  28. ASIAN LABOUR FEDERATION

    GENEVA. June 10.—labour leaders, from India, the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, Turkey, Persia, Slam and Nationalist ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. MAJOR COUSENS IN AMERICA

    SAN FRANCISCO, July 1.—Major Charles H. Cousens, Sydney radio announcer, and Mr. K.G. Varkyns, of Liverpool. New South ...

    Article : 104 words
  30. WESTERN UNION'S FLEET'S "BATTLE"

    LONDON, June 30.—Western , Union flests fought "battle" off the Isle of Wight this morning in their first joint action of the great ...

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  31. COAL AWAITS DELIVERY

    Trucks loaded with coal at she of the [?]cock, N.S.W. mines. The [?] have refused to allow the trucks to be moved. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  32. SHIP LOST ON ARAFURA REEF

    HONG KONG, July 1.—Thirty eight members of the, crew of the steamer Inchmark arrived in Hong Kong to-day, after being ...

    Article : 76 words
  33. WOMAN "STEALS" OWN CHILD

    SYDNEY, July 1.—"Stop that woman." Mr. Justice Herron called in the Supreme Court to-day as a woman who had been ordered to ...

    Article : 178 words
  34. CAIRNS MATRON KILLED BY CAR

    CAIRNS, July 1.—Matron Mary Gliddon, 63 of Sheridan Street, Cairns, died in hospital about two o'clock this morning, after she had ...

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  35. U.S. POPULATION

    WASHINGTON, June 30.—The United States population had increased by almost 13 per cent since the last official census was ...

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  36. CRICKETER'S DEATH

    LONDON, June 30.—The "Daily Express" says at a Huntingdon cricket match a wicketkeeper was struck on the head by a fast ...

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  37. RISE IN POLIO CASES IN U.S.

    NEW YORK, July l.—Polio is on the increase this year over 1948 in at least 38 States, the National Foundation for ...

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  38. MONKEYS FLIGHT ON VOYAGE

    LONDON, June 30.—Reuter's Rotterdam representative says 16 of 71 monkeys destined for Rotterdam Zoo had to be buried at sea ...

    Article : 44 words
  39. FOOD PROBLEMS OF INDIA

    LONDON, July 1.—Mr. Pandit Nehru the Indian Prime Minister, declared in a nationwide broadcast, that his Government ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. POSTAL REVENUE INCREASED

    BRISBANE, July 1.—Increased post office revenue was announced to-day the day on which increased postal charges came into operation. ...

    Article : 70 words
  41. MARSHALL PLAN CUT OPPOSED

    WASHINGTON, June 30.—Mr. Philip Murray (President of the Congress of Industrial Organisations) to-day appealed to the ...

    Article : 60 words
  42. BERLIN TRAINS AGAIN RUNNING

    BERLIN, July 1.—The first elected trains for six weeks began in the early hours of this morning moving in the western sectors of ...

    Article : 51 words
  43. BEER BLACKOUT IN SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, July l.—Sydney's beer supply was in the twilight to-day and many drinkers went home gloomy and thirsty, Most publicans ...

    Article : 77 words
  44. BIG PURCHASES FROM JAPAN

    TOKIO, June 30.Sterling area purchases from Japan for the year 1948-49 are expected to exceed sales to that country by about ...

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