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  3. Queen Admitted Hon. Fellow Of Obstetricians

    Queen Elizabeth was admitted yesterday as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of ...

    Article : 94 words
  4. WESTERN POWERS TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS OF GERMANY

    Revealing that the Foreign Ministers of Britain, France and America are discussing the possibility of an early meeting in Paris, primarily to deal with German problems, a State Department ...

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  5. NATIONS URGED TO PROMOTE FULL EMPLOYMENT

    The Economic Committee has asked the General Assembly to remind members of the urgent necessity to carry out their international responsibility to promote and maintain full employment. ...

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  6. NO INCREASE IN SOVIET TROOPS IN HUNGARY

    Western intelligence sources say that in spite of a spate of rumours emanating from the ...

    Article : 134 words
  7. FUTURE OF ITALIAN COLONIES AGAIN IN MELTING POT

    The future of the Italian colonies is once more in the melting pot, says Reuter. Experts are still afraid that the issue will once more end in a deadlock, the solution of which would have to wait until ...

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  8. TRUMAN PLANS FOR PROGRESS OF AMERICA

    Describing it as a staunch shield against Communism and every other form of totalitarianism, President ...

    Article : 168 words
  9. Australia Wipes Out French War Debt

    France has formally thanked, Australia for wiping out a £700,000 French war debt, the French ...

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  10. "CARETAKER" CABINET FOR EGYPT

    Hussein Sirry Pasha, Prime Minister of Egypt, yesterday formed a new Cabinet less than two ...

    Article : 61 words
  11. "ASTOUNDING ADVANCES" IN NUCLEARS

    A team of atomic scientists at Manitoba University, according to a story in the Winnipeg "Tribune," made astounding ...

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  12. U.S. CONFIDENT ON INDONESIA

    The Secretary of State (Mr. Dean Acheson) expressed conviction that The Hague agreement would lead to the renewed growth if Dutch and Indonesian friendship and advance both countries' welfare. ...

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  13. British Labour Not To Cut Royal Annuities

    A left-wing suggestion that annuities paid to the Royal Family, should be cut "in view of the urgent need for economy," ...

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  14. Australia May Lose Flour Trade To Singapore

    Australia's flour trade, worth £5,500,000, with Malaya, is being seriously threatened from Canada, said the general ...

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  15. Socialists May Resign from French Ministry

    The Socialist Party has called a special congress for next month to decide whether or not Ministers of the party should remain ...

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  16. TASMAN AIR FLIGHTS TO AUSTRALIA

    turn flights weekly, increasing to turn fights weekly, increasing to four after a short time, is planned by Tasman Empire Airways ...

    Article : 147 words
  17. Proposed Body To Allocate Rice In Far East

    Rice experts from the British Commonwealth territories in East Asia refused to disclose the nature of their discussions when ...

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  18. BONN AS CAPITAL OF WEST GERMANY

    By 200 votes to 176 the West German Parliament voted Bonn the capital in preference to Frankfurt. There were three ...

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  19. Coal Board To Seek Ejectments

    Mr. Justice Webb ruled in the High Court that the Joint Coal Board was at liberty to obtain ejectment orders against tenants ...

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  20. WEST GERMANY SEEKS ENTRY TO COUNCIL OF EUROPE

    Foreign Ministers of Western Europe have decided to drop the entry of Western Germany into the Council of Europe until ...

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  21. TYPHOON DROWNED 200 IN CEBU

    Two hundred people were [?] ed or drowned in the [?] which swept Negros Is[?] Monday. ...

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  22. DEATH SENTENCES ON THREE YUGOVLAVS

    Three Yugoslav war criminals convicted of sending more than 10,000 Nazi victims to their death during the German occupation, ...

    Article : 63 words
  23. Citizens Called to Honour Remembrance Day

    A call for all Australians to join in thanksgiving, prayer and dedication on Remembrance Day, was made yesterday by the Prime ...

    Article : 80 words
  24. SUPER-FORT ENDED IN FLAMES

    A Super Fortress crashed in flames into the sea about a mile from the coast, last night. The plane, which was attached ...

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  25. U.S. TO CONTROL EXPORTS TO CHINA

    The United States is to control the export of certain strategic materials to Communist China, a well-informed source told Reuter. The informant would not ...

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  26. DEATH OF MIGRANT CHILD

    The death roll of children from the migiant ship, Anna Salen, rose to seven to-day when a twoyear-old boy died at the Princess ...

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  27. COMMUNISTS TO ATTEND CONFERENCE AT PEIPING

    Mr. E. V. Elliott,. Federal Secretary of the Seamen's Union, will probably be the only Australian Communist leader to ...

    Article : 119 words
  28. CEYLON PROTESTS AT PRICE FOR AUSTRALIAN WHEAT

    Ceylon has protested to the International Wheat Council against the proposed 44 per cent. increase in the maximum price of Australian wheat. The protest was lodged by ...

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  29. FRENCH PAPER FEARS CIVIL WAR IN INDONESIA

    Holland's withdrawal from Indonesia may lead to civil war, a special correspondent of the Paris newspaper, "La'Aurore," says ...

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  30. Reported Brick Shortage In Canberra

    It was announced yesterday by the proper authority in Canberra (Mr. C. S. Daley) that he had received advice from the ...

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  31. MISS LAWRENCE DENIES SUIT CLAIM

    The Australian singer, Marjorie Lawrence, denied charges made in a 109,000 dollar suit, filed by a Benton masseuse, who ...

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  32. NOBEL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

    An American and a Japanese will share £20,000 as a result of Nobel prize awards. They are professor W. F. Giauque, of ...

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  33. STATE GRIPPED BY COLD SNAP

    The whole of the State was gripped to-day in the fiercest early summer cold spell for 15 years which had been ushered in ...

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  34. Sands May Fight Brooks

    Tom Maguire, manager ror Dave Sands, who arrived by plane from England, said an offer to fight Brooks, the triple ...

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  35. N.S.W. CANDIDATES FOR VICTORIAN SENATE ELECTION

    Two surprise nominations for the Senate elections were received by the Chief Electoral Officer (Mr. R. C. Nance) to-day. ...

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  36. Heavy Burden Of Council Rates In Brisbane

    The heavy burden of rates, imposed in Brisbane to meet its American loan commitments, was brought about by the action ...

    Article : 138 words
  37. DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE

    The death occurred to-day of the Chief Justice and Lieut-Governor (Sir Frederick Jordan) who had been ill for about a ...

    Article : 60 words
  38. State Bordering On Chaos

    The Leader of the State Country Party (Mr. Bruxner) declared that the whole countryside had been thrown into a ...

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  39. SHARP INCREASE IN POSTAL REVENUE

    Postal revenue has increased considerably since telephone and telegraph charges were raised on July 1. ...

    Article : 61 words
  40. FREIGHT ON COAL TO INCREASE

    The concession rates for the cartage of coal from Newcastle district to Sydney will not be renewed by the Railways ...

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  41. CYCLIST KILLED IN ACCIDENT

    Reginald Edward Christansen, 21, of Waverley, was injured fatally to-night in an accident in Oxford Street, Centennial ...

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  42. BERAN MUST SWEAR LOYALTY

    It was announced that Archbishop Josef Beran, Primate of Czechoslovakia, and other members of the Church hierarchy, ...

    Article : 50 words
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