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    SYDNEY, Thursday. — About half a square mile of Mosman was declared a disaster area ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Trade Act may be invoked on shipping

    Shipping lines which increased freight rates last Monday by 12½ per [?] were threatened last ...

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  6. King fails in coup, flees New Greek Cabinet

    ATHENS, Thursday (AAP-Reuter). — King Constantine of Greece fled to Rome today ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Student of law won lustre in exams

    Seven high distinctions and three prizes: "It feels pretty wonderful", 21-year-old law student ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Cabinet rejects McEwen plan

    Federal Cabinet rejected early today a plan from the Country Party Leader and Deputy ...

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  10. Yacht is expected

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — Lone British sailor Mr Alex Rose should arrive in Melbourne on Sunday or ...

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  12. Vietnam truce eut

    CAN THO, South Vietnam, Thursday (AAPRcuter). — South Vietnam and its allies have ...

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  13. Fire kept brigade from 'fire'

    A simulated lire emergency at Canberra Airport yesterday was only a partial success. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Driver killed

    A 25-year-old man died in a car accident on the Cotter Road early yesterday. ...

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    LONDON, Thursday (AAP-Reuter). — The British Lawn Tennis Association agreed today to ...

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