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  2. Advertising

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  3. CORONER TOLD TWO BUMPS ONLY WARNING OF SMASH

    HOBART.—Two severe bumps were the only warning the guard and passengers had before the tragic rail smash near Colebrook on the night of October 26, the Coroner (Mr. G. F. ...

    Article : 518 words
  4. Unsightly posts

    Some of the verandah posts in Rooke Street, Devonport, which were described at this week's Devonport Council meeting as unsightly and "not in keeping with the progress of the town." The council decided to ask property owners to remove the posts by January 1, 1953. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 49 words
  5. Pickled alive in alcohol

    ATLANTA (Georgia).—Testimony that victims of a poisonous liquor were "embalmed alive" was submitted yesterday in the murder trial of John ("Fat") Hardie, ...

    Article : 205 words
  6. Relief for French scientists

    HOBART.—The Norwegian trawler, Tottan, arrived at Hobart yesterday with a party of French scientists to relieve ...

    Article : 89 words
  7. U.N. OFFENSIVE IN KOREA

    NEW YORK.—United Nations forces took the offensive both in the air and on the ground yesterday, shooting down four Communist jet planes and raiding deep into no-man's land with tanks and bayonets, said a ...

    Article : 107 words
  8. EGYPTIANS POSTPONE BREAK WITH BRITAIN

    CAIRO.—Egypt has postponed the threatened recall of its ambassador to Britain after the United States Ambassador (Mr. Jefferson Caffery) urged that such drastic action should not be taken. Mr. Caffery called on acting Foreign Minister Ibrahim Farag shortly before Government communique was issued announcing the postponement. ...

    Article : 280 words
  9. BAN ON DELIVERY ADJOURNED

    MELBOURNE.—The total ban on delivery and pick-up of goods in the city area threatened by the Transport ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. PROBATE GRANTED ON GRAZIER'S WILL

    SYDNEY—Probate was granted in the Supreme Court yesterday to the will of Donald Hector M'Farlane, grazier, ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. Ship passengers saw Suez clashes

    PERTH—Dramatic eye-witness accounts of incidents between Egyptian and British troops in the Suez Canal zone ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. DEAD ON FOOTPATH

    MELBOURNE.—Homicide detectives and Footscray C.I.B. made preliminary inquiries last night into the ...

    Article : 44 words
  13. Mossadeq's fans out of hand

    TEHERAN.—About 5000 organised followers of the Premier (Dr. Mohammed Mossadeq), converged on Parliament Square in Teheran last night screaming, "death to the enemies of Mossadeq." ...

    Article : 258 words
  14. "ROUGHING OUT" PACIFIC PLAN

    WASHINGTON.—The Australian Minister for External Affairs (Mr. R. G. Casey) said on Wednesday that Australia, New Zealand and the United States had not yet discussed any specific undertakings under their tripartite security agreement. So far, he said, the three countries had only been "roughing out" a few ideas in preparation ...

    Article : 412 words
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