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  3. AGREEMENT ON SIX OF NINE CLAIMS LODGED BY MINERS' UNION

    BRISBANE, May 9.—No aggregate meetings will be held on Queensland coalfields for the time being. This follows a six hour conference to-day, when an agreement was reached on six of the nine claims served by the ...

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  4. SCATHING DENOUNCEMENT OF BRISBANE TIMBER FIRM

    SYDNEY, May 9.—In a scathing denouncement of the Brisbane timber firm of Hancock and Gore Ltd., Mr. J. Shand, K.C., declared in the New Guinea Timber Deal Royal Commission to-day that its Former director, the late ...

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    Radio on British Railways.—For the first time control of railway freight traffic by radio was demonstrated recently at the Up marshalling yard, Whitemoor, Cambridgeshire, in the Eastern Region ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  6. YOU CAN'T MARRY YOUR AUNT!

    WARWICK, May 9.—Although the marriage of a man to his deceased uncle's widow (or of a woman to her ...

    Article : 194 words
  7. Nation - wide Strike Threat

    BRISBANE, May 9.—Queensland coal miners will join the threatened nation-wide stoppage by ...

    Article : 128 words
  8. RED INVASION OF FUKIEN IMMINENT

    SHANGHAI, May 9.—The A.A.P.—Reuter representative says the imminent Communist invasion of Fukien province, and the infiltration of "small ...

    Article : 709 words
  9. POLICE PAY INCREASED

    BRISBANE, May 9.—By a reserved Judgment of the Industrial Court the Queensland police to-day were granted ...

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  10. PRESBYTERIAN MODERATOR URGES Dropping of Phrase "White Australia"

    BRISBANE May 9.—Dropping of the phrase "White Australia" and the word "Asiatics" was advocated by the Presbyterian Moderator-General (Rt. Rev. J. R. Blanchard) to-day. He also ...

    Article : 281 words
  11. 475,000 Tons of Wheat-Flour Sold to U.K.

    MELBOURNE, May 9.—Thirty-five million bushels of wheat and 25,000,000 bushels in the form of ...

    Article : 153 words
  12. TRIPOLITANIA FOR ITALY?

    LONDON, May 9.—Reuter's correspondent says that Britain and Italy have made an ...

    Article : 126 words
  13. MYSTERY DEATH OF BABY BOY

    BRISBANE, May 9.—Mystery at present surrounds the death of Trevor Keith Dare, aged two, who fell deal ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. TIMBER COMMISSION "ACUTE PINEWOOD SHORTAGE HAMPERING BUILDING"

    BRISBANE, May 9.—The President of the Master Builders' Association (Mr. J. Riordan), giving evidence before the Timber Inquiry Commission to-day, stated that the acute shortage of ...

    Article : 304 words
  15. AUSTRALIANS SAVING LESS

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The rate of savings bank deposits in Australia decreased sharply during March, the ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. IPSWICH BREAD INQUIRY FINISHED

    BRISBANE, May 9.—Prices Department Officials have completed their inquiries into bread manufacturers' costs in ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. Tractor Statement Denied

    BRISBANE, May 9.—The Deputy Chairman of the Queensland-British Food Corporation (Mr. J. R. Kemp) ...

    Article : 245 words
  18. FORMULARY TO BE REVISED

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The Federal Government Intends to use the services of volunteer doctors to establish a ...

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  19. NO DECISION YET BY WATERSIDERS' COUNCIL ON ATTITUDE TO S.I.C.

    SYDNEY, May 9.—The Federal Council of the Waterside Workers' Federation adjourned to-day without reaching any decision on its attitude to-wards the Stevedoring Industry Commission. The ...

    Article : 390 words
  20. K.C. HURTLES 150 FEET TO DEATH

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The battered body of H. H. Mason (58), eminent K.C. and former member of the New South ...

    Article : 259 words
  21. Stricter Aircraft Regulations?

    MELBOURNE, May 9.—A hint that stricter-regulations in the loading of aircraft may be ...

    Article : 181 words
  22. Tyquin-Callinan Out of Brisbane Cup Team

    BRISBANE, May 9.—Captain of the Brisbane Rugby League team Bill Tyquin, and Bill Callinan, five-eighth ...

    Article : 139 words
  23. PASSENGERS ESCAPE IN 'BUS PLUNGE

    MELBOURNE, May 9.—Four men were injured and 19 had remarkable escapes, when a 'bus ran over the edge of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. GALE DELAYS COASTAL SHIPPING

    SYDNEY. May 9.—At least eight ships have been delayed as a result of the gale along the New South Wales coast. ...

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  25. WONTHAGGI STRIKE

    SYDNEY, May 9.—The Minister for Fuel and Shipping (Senator W. P. Ashley) has asked Mr. F. Galagher to review ...

    Article : 104 words
  26. DEAD MAN LEFT NOTE FOR MILKMAN

    SYDNEY, May 9.—When a milkman called at a house in Eddy Avenue. Chatswood, this morning he found a note ...

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  27. POWER PLAN FOR SYDNEY?

    SYDNEY, May 9.—The new Electricity Commissioner (Mr. H. Conde), said to-day he hoped to recommend a ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. PREMIER WELL AGAIN

    BRISBANE, May 9.—The Premier Mr. Haunlont resumed official duties after his recent operation to-day. He said he ...

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