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  3. GREATER IPSWICH AREA BY MAY

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—The Minister for Local Government (Mr. W. Power) announced to-day that the Governor-in-Council had given effect to the proposal for ...

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  4. SYDNEY-BRISBANE IN 1½ HOURS

    THE B.C.P.A's D.C. 6 AIRCRAFT, which this week flew from Sydney to Brisbane in 1 hour 39 minutes, beating the previous best time of 2 hours 5 minutes for the 460 miles held by a T.A.A. Convair. D.C. 6's will be used on the Australia-American run. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. BEVIN CLEARED ON PALESTINE POLICY

    LONDON, Jan. 27.—It was entirely and utterly untrue that the Foreign Secretary (Mr. Ernest Bevin) was actuated by dislike of the Jews, said the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) during the debate on Palestine in the House ...

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  6. Federal Election to Cost A.L.P. £150,000

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—The A.L.P.'s campaign for this year's Federal elections would cost at least ...

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  7. MINERS' TRIBUTE TO FORMER PRESIDENT

    SYDNEY, Jan. 27.—Western District miners to-day produced 1000 tons of coal more than their darg, as a ...

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  8. END OF LENGTHY TIMBER DISPUTE

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—A dispute that caused a five months hold-up of North Queensland timber supplies ...

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  9. U.S. Expert to Study Jap. Population

    TOKIO, Jan. 27.—Dr. Warren Thompson, American population expert, has arrived in Tokio as adviser to General MacArthur's natural resources section. ...

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  10. Income Tax Cuts Likely

    CANBERRA, Jan. 27.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) is reported to have told Cabinet to-day that he was ...

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  11. ATTEMPT TO KILL CHARGE

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—A former prisoner of war, Samuel Parker (38), had blamed his prospective father-in-law ...

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  12. £250,000 JOB FOR IPSWICH WORKSHOPS

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Twelve more re-designed C17 locomotives would be built at the Ipswich ...

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  13. VIC. LIBERAL PARTY OFFER

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—The State Parliamentary Liberal Party to-day invited the Country Party to ...

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  14. IN THE NEWS

    Former world heavyweight champion, Gene Tunney who is now in Sydney to make arrangements for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. TIGHTENING ON CASH ORDERS, DISCOUNT

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Many drapery firms from March 1 will not accept outside cash orders. Instead they will issue ...

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  16. RUN OVER BY TRAIN NEAR OXLEY STATION

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Run over by a train near the Oxley station to-night, Alfred Spearing (68), single, pensioner, ...

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  17. "WILL NOT YIELD TO COMMUNISM"

    NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—Japan would not yield before the political or social pressure of Communism of any ...

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  18. Death of Sister Kenny's Brother

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Ex-police sub-inspector, Henry Butler Kenny (74) died suddenly at his home in ...

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  19. SECRET BALLOT ON TRANSPORT STOPPAGE

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Tram and 'bus employees to-day decided to hold a secret ballot before February 22 to decide ...

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  20. "THIRD DEGREE" OF CREW URGED BY SHIP'S MASTER

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—Captain P. Eriksen, Master of the American steamer, Pioneer Glen, suggested at a Customs inquiry to-day that the Collector of Customs (Mr. J. W. Brophy) should ...

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  21. New Law on Use of Drugs

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—No prescription that includes any habit-forming drug such as morphia, heroin, and ...

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  22. HUGE TIMBER PRICE RISE

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Increases in prices for stumps, piles, and other round timbers were announced to-day. ...

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  23. Predicts Flare-Up In Java Fighting

    BATAVIA, Jan. 27.—A flare-up in guerrilla warfare within a week in East Java was forecast by a spokesman ...

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  24. Country Party Wants Subsidies Restored

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—The restoration of subsidies consistent with the Federal Country Party's Policy of ...

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  25. Dollar Control Hits Cigarette Output

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—Because of the severity of dollar control Carreras Ltd. was unable to purchase its full ...

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  26. "End War" Appeal To Communists

    NANKING, Jan. 27.—The Nationalist Government last night called upon Communists to respect the people's ...

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  27. Union Charges Two of Its Members

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Two prominent moderate members of the Communist-dominated Carpenters and Joiners' Union to-day were summoned before the union's State Management Committee to defend ...

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  28. GRAVE SHORTAGES IN PASTORAL INDUSTRY

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—A grave shortage of materials necessary to maintain pastoral production is shown by a survey now being made among members of ...

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  29. INCREASED OUTPUT WANTED IF COAL MINES MECHANISED

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—The Government and private coalowners would seek assurances of greater coal production if mines were mechanised, said the Minister for Mines (Mr. Foley) to-day. ...

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  30. SYDNEY MODEL IS "MISS AUSTRALIA"

    SYDNEY, Jan. 27.—Miss Beryl James (24), model, of Bronte, Sydney, was to-day chosen "Miss Australia, 1948," ...

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  31. ATTACKED BY EEL

    SYDNEY, Jan. 27.—An eel 5ft. long attacked and wounded Ron Vockler (12), of Dee Why while he was swimming in eight ...

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  32. LEG TORN OFF BY MACHINE BELT

    INGHAM, Jan. 27.—John Teitzel (18) had his right leg torn off below the knee when he was caught in belting at the ...

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  33. PROTEST MEETING AT NEWCASTLE

    SYDNEY, Jan. 27.—Newcastle wire workers will meet on Saturday to protest against the Federal Government's plan to ...

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  34. WEDDING OF INTEREST TO PASTORALISTS

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Country people from stations all over Queensland were among the 160 guests who attended ...

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  35. BATTLE CHALLENGE

    LONDON, Jan. 27.—Reuters Weenan (Natal) representative says that the police have reported that the Mtembu and ...

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  36. NARCOTICS CHARGE

    HOLLYWOOD, (California), Jan. 27.—Robin Ford, one of the co-defendants in the Robert Mitchum marihuana ...

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  37. Support Truman's World Aid Plan

    NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—President Truman's proposal to use American money and technical resources for the benefit ...

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  38. Large-Scale Operations Against Burma Rebels

    LONDON, Jan. 27.—Reuter's correspondent in Rangoon says that government forces soon will begin large-scale military ...

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  39. NO QLD. SURFERS FOR AUSTRALIAN TITLES

    BRISBANE, Jan. 27.—Queensland surfers will not compete in this season's Australian titles at Bondi ...

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  40. WARD EXCUSED

    CANBERRA, Jan. 27.—The Minister for Transport (Mr. Ward) will not attend meetings of Federal Cabinet until ...

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  41. SOUTHPORT VALUATION 51.15 P.C. HIGHER

    SOUTHPORT, Jan. 27.—The valuer, Mr. G. O. Loon, has reported that he has completed the new valuation of the Town ...

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  42. Increase in Price of Cement Sought

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 27.—Australian Cement Ltd. had applied to the prices authorities for an increase in the ...

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