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    DARWIN, Friday.—Outcrops already discovered in the new uranium field at Edith River are spread over a wider area than Rum Jungle. ...

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  5. River Breaks Bank

    ABOVE: Held by sandbags to a record level, the Hunter River at last broke through yesterday morning into High-street, Maitland. Picture shows the break-through at the rear of a cafe opposite Bulwar-street. BELOW: The scene opposite Maitland Post-office as the flood swirled over High-street from the breakthrough. The water ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The Hunter River at Belmore Bridge had fallen to 34ft. at 11.30 p.m. after reaching a record height of 37ft. 9in. about 12 hours earlier. The backwater flooding after a rise of 7in. ...

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  7. Plane In Bay; 2 Missing

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—An R.A.A.F. pilot and a trainee pilot are believed to have been killed when a ...

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  8. Service By Rail Still Out

    Rail passengers will continue to be transhipped between High-street, Farley and Telarah railway stations over ...

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  9. Armed By Soviet; But Failed

    TOKYO, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—Chinese troops, armed with "brand-new weapons made in Russia this year," failed to ...

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  10. Oil Signs Seen On N.G. Water

    PORT MORESBY, [?] 15. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Oil[?] has been found on pools of writer in the Sepik district, ...

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  11. In The Flood Was This...

    Yesterday's flooding at Maitland was bad for most businesses—but not all. A shoe store reported the sale of 400 pairs of gum boots in two days ...

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  12. A-power 'In Few Years'

    NEW YORK, August 15.—Four industrial groups have reported to the Atomic Energy Commission on economic ...

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  13. Down River Waits On

    The flood peak is expected at Raymond Terrace about 6 o'clock this morning. Last night the river was rising ...

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  14. Yugoslavia's Role In Cold War

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—The State Department said that Communist Yugoslavia, standing defiant on the ...

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  15. Many Lives Lost In Jet Crashes

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—As the Cambridge County Coroner yesterday raised the question of the increasing ...

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  16. Work And £1000 Save Disaster

    Emergency levee bank work, which cost Maitland City Council almost £1000 for the purchase of sandbags alone, is believed to have saved Maitland from a worse flood than that of 1949. ...

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  17. Road Tax Suspended

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Transport Department to-day agreed to suspend temporarily the ...

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  18. Cyclist Dies After Crash

    John Bonneyman, 26, of Rankin-road, Fern Bay, died in Royal Newcastle Hospital last night, it few hours after ...

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  19. State Minister Resigns

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Minister for Building Materials (Mr. Dickson) to-day resigned as a Cabinet ...

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    WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—The Congress of Industrial Organisations yesterday threw its support to Mr. ...

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  21. Efforts To Save Explorer Fail

    PARIS, August 15. A.A.P.—The The French cave explorer, Marcel Loubens, who broke his back while exploring the ...

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  22. £7000 Award To Child

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A Supreme Court jury late to-day awarded £7000 to a schoolgirl who had claimed ...

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    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—The Queen will preside at the second birthday party to-day of her daughter, Princess ...

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  24. Japanese To Climb Himalayas

    TOKYO, August 15. A.A.P.-Reuter.—The Japanese Alpine Society said to-day that an advance party of Japanese ...

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    TOKYO, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—Japanese Government sources to-day said Japan had asked the United States, France, ...

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