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  3. Labor Caucus Approves

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.—State Labor caucus has approved an increase of £250 in the salaries of all members of the Tasmanian Parliament, with an additional allowance of £250 for Honorary Ministers. ...

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  4. U.N. TO TREAT INDONESIAN

    LAKE SUCCESS, THURSDAY (A.A.P.).—AUSTRALIA YESTERDAY SOUGHT AN IMMEDIATE MEETING OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL WITH THE OBJECT OF TAKING ACTION UNDER ARTICLE 39 OF THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER TO END THE FIGHTING IN INDONESIA. ...

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  5. MADE HISTORY

    For die first time in Tasmania—at Burnie on Wednesday—blood was collected away from a blood transfusion centre. Picture shows one of the 12 Burnie residents, who donated blood, being attended by a doctor and assistant The blood was packed in ice and flown from Wynyard to the Red Cross Serum Laboratory in Melbourne. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. FAMINE AMID PLENTY

    HANKOW, Thursday. (A.A. P.)—Although China's rice bowl in Hunan Province is overflowing, artificial famine conditions ...

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  7. INJURED BY EXPLOSIONS AS THEY

    JERUSALEM, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—The discovery of the bodies of two British sergeants who were hanged by Jewish terrorists followed a message which Oved Ben Ami, the Mayor of the coastal town of Nathanya, told the police he had received from the Irgun ...

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  8. Mother Breaks Down

    LONDON, Thurs. — Mrs F. R. Martin (49), the widowed mother of Sgt. Clifford James Martin, one of ...

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  9. LABOR RESOLUTION

    PERTH, Thursday.—A motion that all industrial unions be called upon to refuse to produce, handle or transport goods which would as... ...

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  10. INDONESIANS LEAVE MALANG IN RUINS

    BATAVIA, Friday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Aneta's special correspondent with the Dutch forces in East Java says Malang, the seat of the Republican Parliament, was occupied by the Dutch troops yesterday. The city was ...

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  11. RAFT NEARING DANGEROUS AREA

    NEW YORK, Thursday (A.A.P.). —The Kintiki expedition radioed today that the rait was on its course and making 50 miles daily as it drif... ...

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  12. Appeal Against Death Sentence

    LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Christopher James Geraghty and Charles Henry Jenkins have lodged an appeal against the sen... ...

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  13. KING'S CONSENT TO WEDDING

    LONDON, Thursday. (A.A.P.) The King, at a meeting of the Privy Council at Buckingham Palace, personally declared his ...

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  14. Substantial British Import

    LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.).—Renter's political correspondent says it is understood Mr. Attlee will announce substantial import cuts, including some food cuts, in a speech on August 6, opening a two-day debate in the House of Commons on economic affairs. He ...

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  15. Not Subscribing to "Bail Fund"

    HOBART, Thursday.—Because of their differing political opinions, students at the University of Tasmania have not yet responded to an ap... ...

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  16. ISLANDS GRANTED AUTONOMY

    BATAVIA, Thursday (A.A.P.). —An N.E.I. Government decres to-day declared the tin-producing islands of Bangka and Bil... ...

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  17. CONFERENCE POSTPONED

    WASHINGTON, Thursday. (A.A. P.-Reuter).—The Under Secretary of State (Mr. Lovett) said to-day that the proposed Japanese peace ...

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    Eighteen foot wall of Beechworth Prison Reformatory (Vic.) over which eight convicts made their escape at midnight on Monday. Four of the escapees have been recaptured. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. INDICATION OF SIZE OF ATOMIC BOMB

    WASHINGTON, Thursday (A.A. P).—Mr. Glenn Martin, the aircraft manufacturer, disclosed the first indication of the secret dimensions of ...

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  20. Another Loan Withdrawal

    WASHINGTON, Thurs. (A.A.P.)—The Treasury announced to-day that Britain had drawn another 300 mil... ...

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  21. PILOT WAS WARNED

    LONDON, Thursday. (A.A.P.)— Reuter's diplomatic correspondent says it is authoritatively stated that ex-Wing Commander Constantine, ...

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  22. NORWEGIAN NAZIS REACH TENERIFFE

    SANTA CRUZ (Teneriffe),Thursday. (A.A.P.) — The Norwegian motor yacht Solbris, with nine escaped Norwegian quislings aboard. ...

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  25. Fierce Battle with Guerillas

    ATHENS, Thursday (A.A.P.).—A Salonika press report says a force of guerillas, in the early hours, attacked the port of Alexandropoulis, ...

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  26. Japanese Press Hails Dr. Evatt's Statement

    TOKIO, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Dr. Evatt's address at the Correspondents' Club yesterday was described by the newspaper "Mainichi" to-day as "fair spoken, just and instructive." All papers devoted unusual space to the speech, but "Mainichi," with a circula... ...

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  27. COURT ACTION ON FEDERAL

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—As from to-morrow, local government bodies will be unable to operate their accounts with trading ...

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  28. WALL STREET STILL DEPRESSED

    NEW YORK, Thursday (A.A.P.). —After Tuesday's sharp break, which brought prices to the lowest level for three weeks, the ...

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  29. BOTHERSOME SHIPLOADS OF JEWS

    LONDON, Thursday. (A.A.P.) —The diplomatic correspondent of "The Times" says Cabinet has not yet decided what to do ...

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  30. HANGED HIMSELF WITH BELT

    NUREMBERG, Thursday (A.A.P.Reuter).—Erich Hausmann, a former S.S. colonel, hanged himself with his bathrobe belt at 6 a.m. ...

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  31. Expedition May Not Be Able to Sail

    TOKIO. Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—A Japanese Antarctic whaling expedition may not be able to sail from Japan because of lack of fin... ...

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