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  3. THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.

    AH our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. ...

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  4. RECORD OF VISIT TO CANBERRA

    American, Mr. Fred. Balester, makes a movie record of the family's visit to Canberra this week. From the left, Jonathan, Valerie, Mrs. Balester and Heather. Mrs. Balester, formerly of Melbourne, is on her first trip home after going to the U.S. as a war bride. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CONCESSIONS LATER SAYS Mr. MENZIES

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Government refuses to offer "lush" election concessions in a bid to win the Federal elections on November 22, Vat has elected to be judged on its record of administration over the past nine years. It gives an undertaking, however, that when the economy recovers to permit ...

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  6. Vast Crowd Hails Pope John XXIII

    VATICAN CITY, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—A quarter of a million people packed into St. Peter's Square late yesterday hailed a peasant's son as the 262nd Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. ...

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  7. Russians Realise U.S. Stronger, Dulles Thinks

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Russia's refusal to halt nuclear weapons tests for a year while ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. PASTERNAK REJECTS NOBEL PRIZE

    STOCKHOLM, Wednesday, (A.A.P.-Reuter). — The Russian author Boris Pasternak has rejected the Nobel prize ...

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  9. Looters Raid Plane Wreck

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Souvenir hunters descended to-day on the wreckage of the airliner Southern Cloud, which crashed 27 years ago in the ...

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  10. Protest Over Wait For Princess

    BELFAST, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Angry parents and St. John Ambulance Brigade officials protested ...

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Digitisation generously supported by
Ms Christine Courtenay & the late Mr Bryce Courtenay AM
Digitisation generously supported by
Ms Christine Courtenay & the late Mr Bryce Courtenay AM
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