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  2. Standard Rail Gauge Set By Old Ox-Carts

    Nearly 20 years ago someone wrote a letter to the London "Times," asking why it was that the railways of Britain were all built with the curious gauge of 4 feet 8½ inches. From then on many letters were written to the "Times," and at last it was found that what is now called the "standard gauge" ...

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  4. N.Z's. First Woman Cabinet Minister

    First woman to be appointed a Cabinet Minister in New Zealand has been selected by the Parliamentary ...

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  5. NO PRODIGAL USE OF ATOM BOMBS

    No country will ever have so many atom bombs that it can afford to use them prodigally. This is the conclusion of ...

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  6. BORDER WATCH FOR CROOKS

    Criminals who attempt to cross the border into Queensland to escape "bookings" in the drive to clean up ...

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  7. BABINDA SUGAR MILL

    The chairman of directors of Babinda Central Sugar Mill Company, Mr. J. C. McPaul, reported at the annual meeting ...

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