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  4. FALSE REPORT Of Ex-Dubbo Woman's Death

    Four people mistakenly identified the body of a woman recovered from the Harbour yesterday as that of a live woman, Mrs. Marie Zell, 33, of the Lexa Guesthouse, Cremorne Point and formerly of ...

    Article : 198 words
  5. HEAVY JEWISH LOSSES IN PALESTINE FIGHTING

    Fighting in Palestine continues and Haganah last night admitted that "great numbers" of Jews had been killed or wounded as the result of an Arab attack which split in two the Kfar Etzion ...

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    Left: Bette Davis chooses an Australian lambskin for this swaggery coat. Note the very new sleeves—immensely full and ballooning into a neat cuff. Right: Anne ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. About Town

    Topic of the week was the re-appearance of beer in local hostelrys. The bottled goods came rolling through on Wednesday ...

    Article : 427 words
  8. Australian Sprinter In U.S.A.

    A.A.P. says Australian sprint champion John Treloar, will probably hare his first American exhibition run next ...

    Article : 66 words
  9. Jerusalem Communications Disrupted

    Jerusalem was cut off from the outside world last night 24 hours before the British mandate for Palestine came to an end. Facilities for sending cables no longer exist in the Holy City, and no direct ...

    Article : 407 words
  10. BEER LORRIES SERENADED

    Brewery lorries making deliveries to city hotels today were cheered by motorists and pedestrians as they passed through ...

    Article : 58 words
  11. Traffic Cases Before Court

    Appearing before Mr. R. A. Kersley, S.M., at the Court of Petty Sessions yesterday, Reginald Bates, of 192 Fitzroy Street, ...

    Article : 154 words
  12. Soviet Diplomats Make Mysterious Trip

    Two prominent Soviet diplomats, including the Deputy Foreign Minister (M. Jacob Malik), have left Berlin by ...

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  13. RIFT IN NATIONAL COAL BOARD

    As a result of a disagreement over the arrangements being made to review the organisation, Sir Charles Reid, ex-miner, who later became a director in a private company, has resigned from the National ...

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  14. GUARDING THE ROYAL PARTY

    Strong squads of metropolitan and railway police checked tickets and identity cards of everyone passing the railed off ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. COLD, MISERABLE DAY

    Compared with Monday's maximum temperature of 70 degrees, yesterday's cold snap, ...

    Article : 105 words
  16. BRITISH-WESTERN GERMANY TRADE AGREEMENT

    Britain and the Bizonal area of Western Germany have reached an agreement for the mutual exchange of ...

    Article : 102 words
  17. WOMEN SCREAM IN TRAM FIRE

    Screaming women leaped through flames to safety from a tram which caught fire in Alison Road, Randwick, this morning. ...

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  18. FUTURE OF LEND LEASE AID IN DOUBT

    No plan for resuming military lend loose to Western European nations had so far been submitted to President ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. TRUMAN AGAINST COMMUNIST BAN

    President Truman today announced that he is opposed to outlawing the Communist Party in the United States. Such ...

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  20. TESTIMONIAL FUND FOR RECTOR LEAVERS

    Intending contributors to the testimonial fund to mark the retirement of Rector Leavers from the ministry of Holy Trinity ...

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  21. Australia Expected To Defeat Cambridge

    Despite deadly bowling by Colin McCool plus an extra 30 minutes of play allowed under the new M.C.C. rule, Australia yesterday failed by a narrow margin to inflict an innings defeat on Cambridge, ...

    Article : 419 words
  22. TENNIS FUTURE OF BROMWICH

    Jack Harris, professional-tennis four promoter, told the A.A.P. yesterday that he was keeping his eye on Bromwich as ...

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  23. WEATHER FORECAST

    Issued by the Weather Bureau Sydney at 3 p.m. Friday:— Central Districts: Rain ...

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  24. WELCOME STRANGERS

    To Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobs (nee Betty Scott) 70 Macleay Street, a daughter Jennifer Rabin, ...

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  25. DUBBO FIRE OFFICIALS

    Until the matters at stake between Dubbo Municipal Council and the Board of Fire Commissioners are settled, a third officer ...

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  26. Startling Allegations In Timber Case

    Giving evidence in his own defence against a forgery charge, John Smith (Jock) Garden, alleged at the Quarter Sessions today that he paid the External Territories Minister, Edward John Ward, ...

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  27. Angry Russian Delegates Walk Out On Meeting

    Shouting loudly the Russian delegation walked out from a meeting of the Public Safely Committee of Four Power Allied Kommandatura in Berlin yesterday. ...

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  28. Britain Defeats Norway In Davis Cup Round

    Britain defeated Norway four matches to one in their Davis Cup round, when they won both remaining singles at Oslo ...

    Article : 57 words
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Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
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