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  2. DUTCH ORDER TROOPS TO

    BATAVIA, Sunday (A.A.P.—Reuter)—An order had beert given to terminate the Dutch action in Indonesia at midnight to-morrow, Dr. Van Mook announced in a radio broadcast to-night. ...

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  3. UNION FOOTBALL

    Cooee and Stanley, leaders in the Western and Far North-western Divisions respectively, although defeated on Saturday, were not displaced from their positions on top of the premiership ladders. Ulverstone, Eastern Division leaders, had a narrow escape, when Devonport ...

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  4. £200 Worth Tobacco in Nairana's Stokehold

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.—Tobacco worth more than £200 was found under a heap of coal in the stokehold of the Nairana ...

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  5. Big Probe For Oil

    Mr E. N. Avery, general manager of the Shell Company, points to a map to explain the 50,000 square miles in Queensland to be examined for oil. The first test-drilling plant should be ready for shipment to Australia at the end of August. Preliminary drilling ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WESTERN DIVISION COOEE'S THIRD DEFEAT

    Cooee suffered Its third reverse this season, when at West Park on Saturday it was defeated by A.P.P.M. by six points. ...

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  7. FAR N.W. D.V.SION SMITHTON BEATS IRISHTOWN

    Smithion and Irishtown both fielded weak teams at Irishtown, where,. in a match of poor standard, the locals made ...

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  8. TENNIS MRS. BOLTON AND MRS HOPMAN WIN

    LAUSANNE, Sunday (A.A.P.) — In the International Lawn Tennis tournament women's doubles final, Mrs. Naneye Bolton and Mrs. ...

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  9. B.M.A. PLAN FOR MEDICAL SERVICES

    MELBOURNE, Sun.—Details of the conference between the Federal Council of the British Medical Association and the Minister for Health (Senator M'Keenna) on July 1 concerning a national health scheme were released yesterday. ...

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  10. Czech Davis Cup Team

    NEW YORK. Sunday (A.A.P.) — M. Walter Merrill Hall, chairman of the American Davis Cup Committee, announced to-day that the ...

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  11. FOREST DOWNS LEADERS

    A wind of gale force made conditions difficult at Stanley, where Forest defeated the locals by four goals. The teams ...

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  12. GIRL STOWAWAYS VANISH

    HONOLULU, Sunday (A.A.P.).— Immigration authorities disclosed that the three Australian girl stowaways who were deported from the ...

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  13. WYNYARD BEATEN: BURNIE IN FOUR

    Defeating Wynyard by 23 points at Wynyard on Saturday, Burnie moved into the Western Division four. Burnie adapted ...

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  14. FOUR PEOPLE BURNED TO DEATH

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— Four people were burned to death in tragic.circumstances i the town of Coraki, 19miles from Lismore, ...

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  15. DR. EVATTS POLICY

    TOKIO, Sunday (A.A.P.— Reuter).— Both the Japanese press and high-ranking American officers continue to laud ...

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  16. LATROBES GREAT RECOVERY

    With a thrilling last-quarter burst, Latrobe willed off a 30point deficit, and went on to defeat East Devonport by five ...

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  17. ANOTHER ESCAPEE RECAPTURED

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— Kennetn Edward Tingay, one of the eight convets who escaped from the Becchworth Reformatory at midnight on ...

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  18. Montgomery's Farewell Message

    CANBERRA, Sunday.— The Chief of the Imperial General Staff (Field-Marshal Viscount Montgomery), in a farewell ...

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  19. URGED NOT TO SELL SUGAR BY THE BAG

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.—Grocers were warned yesterday not to let sugar go out in bags, even though Tasmania was in a better position ...

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  20. [PLANE FLIGHT AS TREATMENT FOR WHOOPING COUGH

    AUCKLAND, Sunday (A.A.P.— Reuter).—A child aged three was taken to 11,000 icet in an Auckland Aero Club plane as treatment for ...

    Article : 88 words
  21. WATCH KEPT FOR FIGHTER PLANES

    TAMPA (Florida), Sunday (A.A.P.).—A watch is still being kept at Florida airfleldsd and 15 ports of departure for Caribbean ...

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  22. N.W.F.A. Semi-Final to Spreyton

    Spreyton's enort in the third quarter, when it added 10 goals, won for it the first semi-final against Wesley Vale in the N.W. ...

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  23. Reparations For Former P's. O. W.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A nationwide petition seeking a percentage of the Japanese reparations for Australian former P's.O.W. ...

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  24. ORDERS RESUMPTION AT WONTHAGGI

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Settlement of the Wonthaggi mine dispute on Saturday came from an unexpected quarter. While the Government, mine management and miners' representatives were conferring for the fourth day in succession, a telegram ...

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  25. FILM ON BIOGRAPHY OF MELBA

    NEW YORK, Sunday (A.A.P.).— "Melba," a film in technicolor, based on the biography of Australias most famous singer, will be produced in ...

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  26. NO BAN ON DUTCH TANKER

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Union labor handled a cargo of crude oil from the Dutch tanker Ceronia, which arrived in Sydney this morning. A ...

    Article : 133 words
  27. 14 Hurt in Petrol Explosion

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — Three women and H children were inJured at Woolloomooloo yesterday When a 500-gallon petrol tank ...

    Article : 108 words
  28. Many Ex-Servicemen Under Treatment

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— More than 135,000 ex-servicemen were being treated in June under the Repatriation Commission for, illnesses ...

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  29. MFTS BAN ON SATURDAY WORK

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Members of the Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Associntion and the ...

    Article : 95 words
  30. YEOMAN BY 57 POINTS

    Defeating Penguin by 57 points at Elliott on Saturday, Yeoman improved its percentage, and is now third on the ...

    Article : 392 words
  31. BODIES OF MOTHER AND CHILD FOUND IN SWIMMING POOL

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The bodies of Mrs. Elizabeth Boucher (43) and her daughter Christine Boucher (4), were found in a deep swimming pool ...

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  32. SAILORS INIURED IN BRAWL

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—One sailor was stabbed in the face under his right eye, and another was knocked unconscious with ...

    Article : 141 words
  33. TWO KILLED IN GLIDER CRASH

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— Two young married men were killed "instantly yesterday afternoon when their glider crashed at the Fleurs ...

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  34. WOMAN ON MURDER CHARGE

    AUCKLAND, Sunday (A.A.P.— Reuter).—A woman has been arrested following one of the most baffling New Zealand ...

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  35. Western Seconds

    Penguin, 7.11 (53), d. Upper Burnie, 4.7 (31). _ ...

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  36. WESTERN DIVISION Injured Players

    G. R. Geary (Burnie), injured leg, replaced by P. Slubberfield, last quarter. J. Jarvis (Yeoman), injured back, ...

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  37. Devonport Junior Association

    EAST DEVONPORT v. HIGH SCHOOL.—East Devonport Seconds won their match against High School in the last five minutes of ...

    Article : 186 words
  38. Expedition Sights Land

    NEW YORK, Sunday (A.A.P.).— The Pacific rafi, expedition on Wednesday sighted land for the first time since it left Callao, Peru, three ...

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  39. Milk Carters Defy. Commission

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— In defiance of their union and the Industrial Commission, milk carters employed by the Fresh Food ...

    Article : 151 words
  40. SCHOOLS MATCHES

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  41. SEVEN ARRESTED IN SHOOTING CASE

    MELBOURNE, Sunday — Following Investigations into the shooting in a truck at St. Kilda last Sunday of Keith Kitchener. Hull, a large squad ...

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  42. DROWNED IN BATH

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— Police believe that two boys drowned in the bath at their home were overcome by gas when the flame of the heater ...

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  43. NORWEGIAN WINS NOBEL PRIZE

    STOCKHOLM, Sunday (A.A.P.). —The 1947 Nobel Prize for literature has been unanimously awarded to Maria Brekker, 28-year-old ...

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  44. Lighthorse Reunion

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.— The 3rd Lighthorse reunion was held at the Hotel National last night. Major J. M. Clerke, in the absence of Colonel ...

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