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  3. Traffic crawls in downpour CYCLONIC STORM LASHES CITY

    A CYCLONIC storm swept across Melbourne last night, stopping traffic and drenching city crowds, as half an inch of rain fell in 20 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 313 words
  4. They'll be here in March, next year...

    The King and Queen and Princess Margaret will spend 10 days in Victoria in March next ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 437 words
  5. Miners will spread stops

    The coalminers next week will "stagger" their one-day stoppages so that mines in four ...

    Article : 308 words

    This is how England's opening bowler, Trevor Bailey, will appear to Australia's batsmen ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 156 words
  7. Sir Horace just walked in

    Lieut.—General Sir Horace Robertson, Commander-inChief of the British forces in Korea, passed ...

    Article : 161 words
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  9. Allies sweep on in new offensive

    United Nations forces have gained up to 10 miles in a new full-scale offensive on the central ...

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  10. Stabbed, won't talk to police

    A man who refused to speak to police was admitted to Royal Melbourne Hospital last night with stab wounds in his chest, thigh, ...

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    A 15-FOOT SEAM of black coal, 140 feet below the surface, has been found on a farm at Foster North, 30 miles east of Wonthaggi. A check will be made ...

    Article : 228 words
  12. Lambs' wool at 35/7 lb.

    World records for merino lambs' wool and comebackcrossbred fleece were established at Geelong wool market ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. "Scalers", don't try!

    A secret, but warm, reception will await potential fence "scalers" at the Mornington Racing Club's next meeting. ...

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