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  3. THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY

    It is good to be zealously affected always in a good thing. ...

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  4. PHILIP WARNS ON GAP IN PROSPERITIES

    OTTAWA, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). —Prince Philip said yesterday that if the 20th ...

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  5. 12 MEN SAVED AFTER 6-DAY ENTOMBMENT

    SPRINGHILL (Nova Scotia), Thursday (A.A.P.).—Rescue workers early to-day broke through a barrier of rock at the 13,000 ft. level of the Cumberland coal mine and reached 12 men still alive, after being trapped for six days. ...

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  6. Train Derailed In Sydney Heat

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—New South Wales to-day sweltered in the hottest October day for 10 years. The temperature in places soared to more than 30 degrees above normal. ...

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  7. Knighthood For Judge Windeyer

    Mr. Justice William John Victor Windeyer, of the High Court of Australia, has been created a Knight of the ...

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  8. QUEEN MEETS WEST GERMAN PRESIDENT

    President Theodor Heuss, of Germany, lifts a finger to emphasise a point as he chats with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. 105 DEGREES IN BRISBANE

    BRISBANE, Thursday. —Brisbane to-day had its hottest October day on record when the temperature soared ...

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  10. Royal Family May Be Seen On Television

    LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — The Royal Family, including the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne, ...

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  11. Agreement On Nuclear Ban Reported Near

    NEW YORK, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Britain, Russia and the United States are reported to be on the verge of agreement to accept a United Nations resolution calling for discontinuance of nuclear weapons tests. ...

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  12. Second Greek Charged With Murder

    BRISBANE, Thursday: A 35-year-old Greek was charged in Brisbane to-day with murder in connection ...

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  13. Irish Included As "Coloured"

    LONDON, Thursday (A. A.P.-Reuter).—A Conservative member told the House of Commons last night ...

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  14. SARAH CHURCHILL TO PLAY PAN

    LONDON, Thursday (A. A.P.-Reuter).—Sir Winston Churchill's daughter, Sarah, is to be Peter Pan at the ...

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  15. 15 ABORIGINES SUE A.B.C. FOR LIBEL

    PERTH, Thursday. — After North-West natives had elected Donald William McLeod as their leader, the West Australian Native Welfare Commissioner, Mr. S. G. Middleton, declared he would use his power to confiscate their property ...

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  16. U.S. Arms Arriving In Burma

    WASHINGTON, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter): American military equipment bought by Burma is ...

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  17. S.A. URANIUM TO GO TO JAPAN

    PRETORIA, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter), — South Africa, one of the world's biggest uranium producers, ...

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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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