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  4. C.I.B. MEN PROBE DEATH OF SHEARER AT COOTA.

    SYDNEY, Sunday: C.I.B. detectives are investigating the death of a shearer at Cootamundra. Cootamundra police said ...

    Article : 384 words
  5. ATOM SCIENTISTS' BUSY WEEKEND "CLEANING UP"

    MOUNT POTTER, Sunday: British scientists at Monte Bello Islands atomic testing ground without a doubt had little rest over the weekend, for a vast job of gathering recording equipment and observing the effects of Friday's atomic blast on ground installations would take days ...

    Article : 652 words
  6. Gundagai best R.L team in Country

    The phenomenal record of the Gundagai Rugby League team in Maher cup football last season has earned for them the Clayton Cup, highest award in country Rugby League. ...

    Article : 140 words
  7. Norway's Gift Graces U.N. Council Chamber

    A painting symbolizing universal peace and freedom by the efforts of enlightened men through the United Nations was recently unveiled in the Security Council Chamber at U.N. Headquarters. The 16 by 26 foot mural was painted by the famous Norwegian artist, Per Krohg ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 90 words
  8. Death of Sir Keith Murdoch

    MELBOURNE, Sunday: Sir Keith Murdoch, chairman of directors of the Herald and Weekly Times Ltd., died peacefully in his sleep at his country home at Frankston during the night. He ...

    Article : 502 words
  9. U.S. calls for new atom pact

    NEW YORK, Sun. (AAP): The explosion of Britain's first atomic weapon in the Monte Bellos "calls for a new ...

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  10. CLERIC'S HIT AT A.N.Z.U.S.

    HONG KONG, Sunday (AAP): according to the New China Newsagency, Melbourne Unitarian Minister, the Rev. ...

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  11. TWO-WEEK BAN NEXT YEAR ON MAHER CUP

    SYDNEY, Sunday: The N.S.W. Country League has banned the playing of all country challenge trophy matches in the two weeks before the Country-City games each year. This action was taken at ...

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  12. Scientists housed near atom blast

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.): The Sunday Dispatch said today that two Rome Office scientists deliberately posted themselves within a few thousand yards of the colossal atom-bomb explosion at Monte Bello Islands on. ...

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  13. Patrol actions in Korea

    SEOUL, Sunday (A.A.P.,-Reuter): Fighting alone the Korean battlefront yesterday was mainly confined to patrol ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. Overseas plane delays

    PERTH, Sunday: A Quantas Constellation from South Africa was held up by a mechanical detect in ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. Britain tests secret devices

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.): Senior officers hinted that secret new devices would be tried out for the first time in Britain's biggest air exercises to test her defence system, which ...

    Article : 246 words
  16. EGYPT CUTS FOOD PRICES

    CAIRO, Sunday (A.A.P.): General Naguib's Government yesterday ordered big cute in Egypt's food prices. ...

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  17. Stick pierces boy's sye-socket

    A 2-year-old boy almost had his eye pierced by a stick when he fell late yesterday afternoon. ...

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  19. ENGLAND HAS EASY 19/6 WIN IN FIRST RUGBY LEAGUE TEST

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.): England comfortably defeated Australia by 19 points to 6 in the first Rugby League Test at the Headingly Ground, Leeds, yesterday. England won the majority of the scrums and her forwards were superior to the Australian pack in both tight and open play. ...

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  21. Wagga man's car saved from fire by stranger

    A late model car was saved from probable destruction in a garage fire in Wagga on Saturday night by the quick action of a passing motorist ...

    Article : 223 words
  22. YUGOSLAV NOTES TO RUMANIA AND HUNGARY

    BELGRADE, Sunday: The Yugoslav Government delivered two notes of protest to her Eastern neighbors ...

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  23. OPPOSED REGIME, MURDERED

    NEW YORK, Sun. (A.A.P.): Twenty-five detectives were ordered last night to concentrate on a hunt for the murderer of Andres Requena, editor of a newspaper which opposed the rulers of the ...

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