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  6. Rivers run again—face of West is changing

    STREAMS which have not moved for well on 12 months now are running with rains which have fallen in the western half of the State. The year-long Queensland drought has been dented by fair to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. TALK of the TOWN

    THE boys up in the Valuer-General's Department are getting quite a kick oat of ...

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  8. Gang guns blaze in Melbourne

    MELBOURNE, Sat.—Starting price bookmakers are the victims of of small gang operating in Melbourne who are demanding "protection" money. ...

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  9. They get off now

    A YOUNG professor at Queensland University if teaching fish to take a bait. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Closing chapters of England's mourning for her King LONDON, Sat.—The morning of the King's funeral was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    HOBART, Sat.—Six New Australians were drowned last night when their car crashed over an ...

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  12. Double trouble

    LOS ANGELES, Sat. (A.AP.).—Two identical complaints lifed in the Divorce Court yesterday ...

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  14. Train blown up in Egypt

    LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Egyptian terrorists, using two. electrically detonated bombs, yesterday ...

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  15. Players petrified by lightning bolt

    MELBOURNE, Sat.—Thirteen cricketers, two umpires, and a number of spectators were petrified like statues when a bolt of lightning struck a cricket field at North ...

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  16. Good night, nurse

    A NURSE at the Lady Gowrie Creche, St. Paul's Terrace last night knocked an intruder ...

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  17. Weaver will write book

    TOKIO, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Frank Loyal Weaver announced to-day that he would write a book blasting ...

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  18. New effort to keep those Olympics

    MELBOURNE, Sat.—Another effort is to be made to hold the 1956 Olympic Games at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Olympic Games ...

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  19. Despondent!

    NEW YORK, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Leila Grow, 45, a seamstress, slashed herself 106 times with a knife ...

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  20. It's flat

    LONDON, Sat.—Moscow radio claims that, contrary to the opinion of Western scientists, the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. Tunis patrol

    TUNIS, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Heavy police patrols stood by in the European quarter of Tunis early ...

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    LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.).—People queued outside Windsor Castle to-day to see the vast array of floral tributes to the King from all parts ...

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  23. Jane's baby

    HOLLYWOOD, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Final adoption papers were signed to-day giving actress Jane ...

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  24. Fadden for U.S.

    LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.).—The Australian Treasurer (Sir Arthur Fadden) will spend a week in the ...

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  25. Churchill well

    LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.).—Humours about the health of the Prime Minister, (Mr. Churchill) persisted ...

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  26. Snow toll up

    LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.).—The deathroll in snow tragedies in the Austrian Tyrol since mid-January ...

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