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  3. COLUMN 8

    IT seems necessary to say that the forthcoming explosion at Woomera is not intended to blow us off the ...

    Article : 463 words
  4. MOST CARS ON TIME

    ALICE SPRINGS, Tuesday.— With 4,200 of the 6,500 miles behind them, 137 cars in the Redex reliability trial had ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. EMPTY HALL AT THE HOMEBUSH ABATTOIRS

    The lamb and mutton hall at the Homebush Abattoirs was completely empty yesterday, the fifth day of the meat strike. Normally thousands of carcasses pass through this hall daily. In the beef hall there were only a few carcasses left. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. MANY BUTCHERS TO CLOSE TO-DAY

    Many retail butchers in Sydney said yesterday that they would close to-day and to-morrow because of the strike by the Meat Industry Employees' Union. ...

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  7. Budget To Be Presented To-night

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. —The Commonwealth Government's 1953-54 Budget will be revealed ...

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  8. Menzies Says No Risk To Life In Atomic Tests

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, to-day repeated assurances that next month's atomic tests at Woomera would not in any way ...

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  9. Warmest Sept. Day For 7 Years

    Sydney had its warmest September day for seven years yesterday. The maximum ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. ASSURANCE ON PRECAUTIONS

    The Professor of Nuclear Physics at the National University, Canberra, Professor Ernest Titterton, said in ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. GOODS AWAIT DELIVERY

    Big stocks of merchandise are stacked up in warehouses and other city depots awaiting delivery after the Budget, ...

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  12. SNOW IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Snow fell in Western Australia last night for the first, time this winter. ...

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  13. SCOTLAND'S NEW SEA MONSTER

    The decoraposed remains of a sea monster which was washed ashore at Girvan, West Scoround, on August 15. The monster was 30ft long, with a 4ft neck, four st[?] legs and a 12ft tail. Inhabitants of Girvan said they had sighted the monstev's mate swimming near the coast, and they spent days hunting it. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. GIANT LINER AGROUND OFF FRANCE

    LONDON, Sept. 8 (A.A.P.).—The 51,800-ton French liner Liberte went aground to-day half a mile ...

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  16. Changes In Final Stage

    The president of the Australian Sporting Car Club, Mr. D. O. MacFarlane, said last night ...

    Article : 184 words
  17. Court Papers In Stolen Car

    A sheriff's car containing warrants, summonses, and other important Court papers was stolen from St. James' ...

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