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    VICTORIA: Cooler westerly winds, strong about the coast. Scattered showers and isolated thunder. ...

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    DON'T FORGET The Green Guide tomorrow ...

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  4. MENZIES PLEADS: 'HATE THE JAPS NO LONGER'

    MR. MENZIES, Prime Minister, tonight appealed to Australians for a more "grown-up" attitude towards Japan as a ...

    Article : 471 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 128 words
  6. Curtain drops on £s.d. of game Hush-hush on 'housey' facts

    OFFICIALDOM has rung down a curtain of silence on details of "housey" takings and the amounts received by charities. Attempts made yesterday to pierce the ...

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  7. Squalls today

    A westerly change to-day should bring squalls, showers, and thunderstorms to most parts of ...

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  8. LATE NEWS 3 wounded

    London: Egyptian terrorists have wounded three more British servicemen in the Suez Canal Zone ...

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  10. Rings on the toes!

    Australian beach girls will be wearing rings on their toes next summer if they ...

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  11. Just 10 day[?] strike it rich

    A SYNDICATE digging for treasure at Queenscliff has been given about 10 days by the Borough ...

    Article : 238 words
  12. Missiles for U.S.

    The U.S. Defence Department disclosed today that 18 types of guided missiles are now being purchased for the ...

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  14. WHEN THAT CAR'S COMING AT YOU-JUMP!

    POLICE last night warned Melbourne pedestrians to "jump and think themselves lucky" if a car nearly knocks them down. ...

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  15. Soviet has Hbomb

    Mr. W. Sterling Cole, chairman of the Joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee, said ...

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  16. Policeman on charge of bribery

    A police sergeant was charged before the Police Disciplinary Board yesterday with having received a bribe ...

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  17. 'Help to Labor,' says Calwell

    MR. CALWELL, Federal Opposition deputy leader, said Mr. Menzies' new policy of "Love Japan" would sicken all Australians, especially returned ...

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  18. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED

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  19. Baby girl missing

    A New Australian mother reported to Maitland police today that her three-year-old daughter was missing. ...

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  20. Plane 'defence from invasion'

    An R.A.A.F. task force will carry out the biggest military exercise in Darwin since the war from April 24 for two ...

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  21. Fewer students

    More than 6,500 students have been enrolled to attend University lectures which begin on Monday. ...

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