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  2. FOLK DANCING DISPLAY BY SCHOOLCHILDREN

    Primary School children folk-dancing at yesterday's Public Schools' Coronation Display at Sydney Cricket Ground. Five thousand children took part in the display and 55,000 looked on. (Story, page 3.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. EMPIRE TALKS OPEN IN LONDON

    LONDON, June 4. — The first meeting of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference yesterday unanimously endorsed Sir Winston Churchill's call for top-level Big-Power talks with ...

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  4. COLUMN 8

    THE Elizabethan Age[?] Citizens report that some hotels arc now serving beers with Elizabethan ...

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  5. THE QUEEN'S SECOND STATE DRIVE

    LONDON, June 4. —To-day the Queen made her second informal Coronation drive, and to-night she will again be hostess ...

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  6. FOUR LONDON TOURS

    To-day the Queen visited North-west London. It will be the second of ...

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  7. SEARCH FOR GOVT.

    LONDON, June 4 (A.A.P..).—The prospects of M. Pierre Mendes-France getting a favourable vote ...

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  8. No "Munich" In Korea, Says Eisenhower

    NEW YORK, June 4 (A.A.P.).— President Eisenhower in a television talk to the American people last night said that there was going to be no new "Munich" ...

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  9. INJURIES IN TOURING CRICKET SIDE

    HOVE, June 4.—Australian swing bowlers Keith Miller, Ray Lindwall, and Allan Davidson, ...

    Article : 335 words
  10. NINE NATIONS TAKE PART

    The officia communique, issued after yesterday's meeting, said that ithe Prime Ministers ...

    Article : 396 words
  11. 250 AT STATE BANQUET

    The white and gold State Ballroom of Buckingham Palace, shimmering under its six rose crystal chandeliers, ...

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  12. CHEERS IN DOWNING ST.

    When Mr. Malik was ending his visit to No. 10 Downing Street to-day Sir Winston accompanied him ...

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  13. Fine Weather Is Expected

    The weather throughout N.S.W. yesterday was fine and sunny. The Weather Bureau said ...

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  14. Plans For Tram Experiment

    The Minister for Transport, Mr. C. E. Martin, said yesterday that he would see whether he could borrow ...

    Article : 162 words
  15. CROWDS BREAK CORDON

    Cheering crowds broke through a police cordon and halted the Queen's car yesterday as she was leaving ...

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  16. Expedition Is Expected To Leave Everest Soon

    LONDON, June 4.— The successful British Everest Expedition is likely to set out from its ...

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  17. On Other Pages

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  18. Help For The Householder

    THE "HOME HANDYMAN" supplement, which is part of "The Sunday Herald" this week-end, is packed with practical advice for the householder. ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. ZONE D

    Die Electricity Commissioner, Mr. H. G. Conde, said last night that metropolitan ...

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