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    London, Nov. 28.—"A time is quickly coming when sterilisation of the unfit will have to be an essential in our social ...

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    London, Nov. 28.—The actor Tom Walls, who had been ill for some months, died last night at his Surrey home at the age of 66. ...

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    New York, Nov 28.—Yugoslavia's break with the Soviet Union was just as genuine as it could be and the heaviest blow that has been ...

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    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—Donald Alexander McKenzie. Maurice Ravdell's former bodyguard, denied in the City Court to-day that ...

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    London, Nov. 28.—Trade union leaders from countries in all five continents met in London to-day; for the opening session of the ...

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    London Nov. 28.—The remaining 27 persons from the grounded British freighter Britkon were brought ashore safely this morning, says ...

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    Washington, Nov. 28.—The Atomic Energy Commission an-nounced to-day that it was beginning the construction ...

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    London, Nov. 27.—Communist troops are within 13 miles of Chungking and the city is expected to fall within 24 hours, says ...

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  10. Esperance Plains

    Esperance, Nov. 28.—The Minister for Health and Shipping, Mrs. Cardell-Oliver this morning visited the trial plots laid out by the ...

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  11. Night of "Sheer Hell"

    Oscarshamm (Sweden), Nov. 28. —A tale of a night of "sheer hell" after the 3881-ton British cargo ship Brikton ran aground off the ...

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  12. Question of Recognition

    New. Delhi, Nov. 28.—The Indian Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, said in Parliament to-day that so far as he knew, the question of the ...

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  13. Covenant on Bomb

    London, Nov. 28.—The Archbishop of York, Dr. Cyril Garbett, declared to-day that if the United Nations could not secure an ...

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    Washington, Nov. 28.—Mr. William N. Stokes, the American Vice-Consul at Mukden, who was seized by Chinese Communist ...

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    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—Edward Fowler Hill, a lawyer and Victorian leader of the Communist Party,, admitted to the Royal ...

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  16. British Communists

    London, Nov. 28.—Mr. C. O. T. Giles, a former president of the National Union of Teachers, claimed at the 21st national congress ...

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  17. Big Jewel Robbery

    London, Nov. 28.—Thieves made one of the biggest hauls in England this year when jewellery worth £15,000 sterling was stolen ...

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  18. United Nations Criticised

    Pretoria, Nov. 28.—The South African Prime Minister, Dr. Daniel Malan, to-day criticised what he described as the "interference ...

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  19. Stabbed His Mother

    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—A Criminal Court jury to-day acquitted a youth on a charge of having stabbed his mother with intent to ...

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  20. Verdict on Socialism

    London, Nov. 28.—-The "Sunday Express" says Socialism will come forward for the verdict of the electorate on its performance ...

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  21. "Economic Pub Crawl"

    London, Nov. 28.—"A kind of economic pub crawl" was how the Conservative M.P., Mr. Harold MacMillan, last night described the ...

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  22. First Child Endowment

    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—The Federal Government was opposed to first child endowment because it would mean £30,000,000 in taxes, ...

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  23. Esperance Telephone

    The materials for the erection I of an improved trunk line service between Esperance and Perth via Norseman and Coolgardie, have ...

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  24. Maternal Grandparents

    Sydney, Nov. 28.—Further access by a paternal grandmother and an uncle to two children of a murder victim was discontinued by Mr. ...

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  25. Mr. Falstein's Campaign

    Sydney, Nov. 28.—An attempt ?was made late to-night to burn down the campaign headquarters, a large. marquee tent, of Mr. S. ...

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  26. Indians In South Africa

    New Delhi, Nov. 28.—Pandit Nehru announced in the Indian Parliament to-day that a preliminary conference on the question ...

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  27. Communist Expelled

    Berlin, Nov. 27.—A Potsdam member of the Communistsponsored Free German Youth Organisation who, during a visit ...

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  28. African Newspapers

    Piet Retief (Transvaal), Nov. 27 —The Minister for Posts and Telegraphs, Mr. F. C. Erasmus, addressing Nationalist Party members ...

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  29. Storm on Pacific Coast

    Seattle, Nov. 28.—One of the worst storms in the history of the Pacific northwest swept inland yesterday, leaving at least 10 dead ...

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  30. N.Z. Elections

    Wellington, Nov. 28.—With the Labour and National parties both expressing confidence in victory, New Zealand is on the eve of a ...

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  31. Little Chance of World

    New Delhi, Nov. 27.—Pandit Nehru told Reuter's correspondent that he saw no possibility of a world military conflict but only ...

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  32. Friendly Interjectors

    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—An interjector invited the leader of the Federal Country Party, Mr. Fadden, to step down from a truck ...

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  33. French Plane Crashes In Flames

    Hanoi, Nov. 28.—Ten people, one a woman, were killed yesterday when a French Dakota crashed in flames near the Chinese-Tongking ...

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  34. Postal Technicians

    Melbourne, Nov. 28.—A [?] of members of the Postal Telecommunication Technicians' Association may be taken throughout ...

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  35. Russians Held By Yugoslavs

    Belgrade, Nov. 28.—It was announced in Belgrade to-day that the trial of some of the Russian citizens whose arrest Russia used ...

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  36. Holden Cars

    Melbourne Nov. 25.—The Holden, Australia's first mass-produced car, will be one year old to-morrow. In the first year 6770 ...

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  37. Australia's Strike Losses

    Geneva, Nov. 28.—Australia's loss of man-days through strikes in the first three postwar years was exceeded only in Sweden and the ...

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  38. Holy Year

    Vatican City, Nov. 27.—The Pope returned to the Vatican yesterday from his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo to complete the ...

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    Except where otherwise designated, the overseas intelligence published in the "Kalgoorlie Miner" is transmitted to Australia by the Australian Associated ...

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