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  4. ATOMIC ENERGY

    LAKE SUCCESS, Friday: Russia will never agree to surrender her veto power over atomic control, M. Gromyko told a closed meeting of the Atomic ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. PREFABRICATED HOUSES

    Federal cabinet has approved the construction of 5500 Beaufort prefabricated steel homes for the War Service Homes Commission, at a cost ...

    Article : 89 words
  6. U.S. WOOL BILL

    WASHINGTON, Friday: Undeterred by repeated official warnings of serious repercussions on American foreign policy, and the almost certain ...

    Article : 443 words
  7. RUSSIAN SUBS. IN NORTH PACIFIC

    WASHINGTON, Friday: Russia is operating a considerable number of submarines in the North Pacific, Admiral Louis Denfield, Pacific Fleet ...

    Article : 86 words
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  9. SOVIET AMBASSADOR DEPLORES WAR RUMORS

    CHICAGO, Friday: The Soviet Ambassador, M. Niko Dal Novikov, addressing the Chicago Council of American Soviet Friendship today, ...

    Article : 55 words
  10. POLICE TRACKERS

    SYNDEY, Friday: Two police trackers today joined in the search for Michael Francis Higgins. 50-years-old, of Inverell, who disappeared last ...

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  11. THE SIKHS

    NEW DELHI, Friday: Tara Singh, the Sikh leader, declared: "The Sikhs are in constant danger of communal slavery or total extinction." Exchange ...

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  12. AIR SPEED RECORD

    WASHINGTON, Friday: After 24 years of trying, the United States captured the world speed air record to—day, when a Lockheed Shooting Star ...

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  13. WHEAT LAW VALIDITY

    The hearing of the case in which the validity of the Wheat Acquisition Regulation is being tested was continued yesterday, in the High Court. ...

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  14. NICARAGUA

    WASHINGTON, Friday: The State Department announced that the United States refuse to recognise or maintain diplomatic relations with the ...

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  15. TAYLOR TO CONTINUE YACHT VOYAGE

    SYDNEY, Friday: Gordon Taylor, 30-year-old yachtsman and former R.A.F. member who sailed the yacht Utlekah II. single-handed from ...

    Article : 57 words
  16. WIMBLEDON SINGLES

    PARIS, Friday: French officials are insulted because Petra holder of the wimbledon singles championship was only seventh for Wimbledon, says ...

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  17. AMMUNITION STOLEN

    DABWIN, Friday: Ammunition valued at more than £3000 has been stolen at Darwin in the past few weeks. In the past two days Darwin ...

    Article : 102 words
  18. MR. R. G. CASEY

    The N.S.W. president of the Liberal Party (Mr. W. H. Spooner) said there is a prospect of Mr..R. G. Casey accepting the Federal presidency of the ...

    Article : 125 words
  19. AUSTRALIAN TENNIS PLAYERS

    LONDON, Friday: John Bromwich and Dinny Palls played matches yesterday in the Queen's Club doubles causing a general surprise said the ...

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  20. STATE LOTTERY

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  22. WAGGA YOUTH INJURED

    A stolen motor car, travelling at an estimated speed of 50 miles an hour, last night collided with a horse and cart driven by two youths in Edward ...

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  23. TRAINS COLLIDE

    A fireman was hurt, 50 sheep killed, an many injured, and trucks telescoped when a stock train from Cooma collided with a goods train in ...

    Article : 161 words
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    Printed and published on William Henry Pinkstone of 157 Wallendoon street. Cootamundra, at the "Cootamundra Herald" Printery 106 ...

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