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  2. SUN:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 32 words
  3. FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.):

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 35 words
  4. LAMB PRICE FOR EXPORT Industry Views Differ

    The week-end announcement that from to-day the Australian Meat Board will pay 17.7 per cent. more for lamb for export has had ...

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  5. SYDNEY SPENDS WARM, SUNNY DAY OUTDOORS

    Sydney had a taste of the coming spring weather yesterday. Roads were crowded with carloads of people out to enjoy the sunshine. These two boys, Rodney Walls, 14 (left) and Fred Atterton, 15, both of Bondi, spent the day surfing on Bondi Beach. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. COLUMN 8

    A CONFERENCE in Canberra this week will discuss giving States power to tax. ...

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  7. U.S.A. INVITED TO USE MANUS Casey Back From Honolulu

    The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. R. G. Casey, said in Sydney yesterday that Australia had invited the United States to use again the wartime Allied base at Manus Island in the ...

    Article : 140 words
  8. FAIR, SAY PRODUCERS

    The Minister for Commerce and Agriculture, Mr. J. McEwen, said on Saturday that ...

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  9. BIG WORKS AT ISLAND

    Mr. Casey said the Australian Government had engaged on extensive works to bring ...

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  10. EGGS 4d DOZEN CHEAPER

    Eggs will be 4d a dozen cheaper in the shops today. This is the second drop ...

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  11. Cold Snap Likely To-night

    The Weather Bureau last night forecast a cold change for Sydney tonight with squally west ...

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  12. More For Potato Growers: Retail Rise Not Likely

    The chairman of the N.S.W. Potato Marketing Board, Mr. H. A. Swane, said last night that from to-day the maximum primary wholesale price of potatoes will ...

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  13. PREFERENCE MOVE BY R.S.L.

    The State secretary of the Returned Services' League, Mr. J. R. Lewis, sai last night that the ...

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  14. "LEARN TO WALK FIRST"

    Mr. Casey said the United State?, Australia, and New Zealand claimed no exclusive responsibility ...

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  15. Footballer Shot In Street

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Keith Charles Marshall, 25, well-known South Melbourne ...

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  16. Truman Lauds Acheson

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (A.A.P.).—President Truman walked through a summer thundershower at ...

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  17. Strike Over Moustaches

    NEW DELHI, Aug. 10 (A.A.P.).—Thirty prisoners are on a hunger strike in Bikaner (Rajasthan) gaol ...

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  18. THE STORY OF MANUS

    Manus Island was overrun by the Japanese during their southward march and recaptured in ...

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  19. QUEEN IN COSTUME

    Queen Ingrid, of Denmark, was clad in the national costume of Greenland and her husband, King Frederik, wore naval uniform when they stepped ashore at Umanak, Greenland, on August 3. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. DROUGHT IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, Aug. 10.— The British Government's drive to increase food production has received an ...

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  21. On Other Pages

    Britain, United States studying latest Persian Note, (p. 3) Japanese release six ...

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  22. Marjorie Jackson Back To Work-And A Surprise

    LITHGOW, Sunday.— World champion sprinter Marjorie Jackson returns to her stenographer's desk ...

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  23. preparing For Empire Talks

    LONDON, August 10 (A.A.P.).—Authoritative souces say that senior Commonwealth officials will ...

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  24. KING OF IRAQ TO VISIT U.S.

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (A.A.P.).—The State Department last night announced that 17-year-old King Feisal ...

    Article : 38 words
  25. HE ROBBED A POLICEMAN

    A thief broke into the house of Police-sergeant H. Swift in Snape Street, Kingsford, yesterday and stole a ...

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