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  4. THREE MEN ARRESTED FOR THEFT OF £275 AT WAGGA

    Three Victorians have been arrested and charged with breaking into Great Southern Motors in Baylis Street on Thursday night and stealing £275 from a safe. The safe was forced open by using an oxy-acetylene torch ...

    Article : 418 words
  5. ALLOCATION FOR NEW SILOS

    SYDNEY, Friday: The Public Works Department will spend £370,000 on the construction of four sub-terminal wheat silos in N.S.W. wheat producing areas. ...

    Article : 305 words
  6. Aust. plane breaks sound barrier

    CANBERRA, Friday: An Australian-built Sabre jet today broke through the sound barrier. Piloted by Flight - Lieut. Scott, of the R.A.A.F., the feat was achieved at 25,000 feet ...

    Article : 93 words
  7. PLENTY OF HEADGEAR

    Six-year-old Alain Come, from Tourcoing, North France, displays some of the colorful bats that were ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. R.S.L MEETING IN UPROAR

    SYDNEY, Friday: The R.S.L. State congress was in uproar today after the league's solicitor (Mr. V. J. Brady) accused some past and present members ...

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  9. Wagga Ag. College wins A.B.C. debate

    Wagga Agricultural Collect last night won the grand final of the A.B.C. annual Inter-Collegiate ...

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  10. DOYLE COMM. REPORT FOR PARLIAMENT

    SYDNEY, Friday: Judge Amsberg's report on the Doyle Royal Commission would be tabled in State Parliament, ...

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  11. Ald. asks for action on fruit stalls

    Alderman Cook said at last night's meeting of the Wagga City Council that council should do ...

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  12. WHEAT PRICES DROP IN AMERICA

    WASHINGTON, Friday (A.A.P.): Wheat futures tumbled yesterday to the lowest price in more than six years under a heavy barrage of selling on the Chicago Board of Trade. September wheat sold there ...

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  13. New Red policy

    MOSCOW, Friday: Soviet newspapers have launched what appears to be a deter[?] support ...

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  14. Further quakes in Greek islands

    ATHENS, Friday (A.A.P.): British and American sailors with Greek troops and rescue teams worked ceaselessly ...

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  15. No doubt coconut caused C'berra typhoid outbreak

    CANBERRA, Friday: There was no doubt that coconut caused the typhoid infection in Canberra, the Director General of Health (Dr. Metcalfe) said today. It was also the major ...

    Article : 405 words
  16. London gripped by Test fever outbreak

    LONDON, Friday (A.A.P.): London is gripped with its greatest outbreak of "Test match fever." The vital fifth Test match to decide the Ashes will start ...

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  17. McCarthy claim

    WASHINGTON, Friday: [?]ator Joseph McCarthy said yesterday that his sub-committee had received sworn ...

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  18. P.O.W.'s WANTED STEAK AND EGGS

    MELBOURNE, Friday: An Army Headquarters spokesman said today that advice from Kure (Japan) stated ...

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  21. WOOL FUTURE ASSURED

    SYDNEY, Friday: The future of wool is as assured as the future of meat, according to the chairman of the ...

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  22. BANK OF N.S.W. PUNS INCREASE OF CAPITAL

    SIDNEY, Friday: The Bank of New South Wales proposes to increase its capital with a new issue of 219,500 £20 shares, the bank's board of directors announced today. ...

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  23. OIL SEARCHES ENCOURAGING

    CANBERRA, Friday: The results of current searches for oil in Australia and New Guinea are now more encouraging than ever before. It is yet too early to decide ...

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  24. Ten-year sentence

    SYDNEY, Friday: A 17-year-old youth was today sentenced in the Quarter Sessions to a total of 10 years' gaol. ...

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