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    RICH DANDENONG TODAY:FREE SOUVENIR ...

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  4. AUSTRALIANS MAY GET MOSCOW VISAS BY TOMORROW

    HOPES have risen that the stranded Australian diplomats in Moscow will be able to leave for home on Wednesday. This follows the Australian Government's proposals to help Soviet diplomats ...

    Article : 158 words
  5. Sharyl goes to school

    Merilyn Genat (left) was delighted when she found that her new classmate ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Sleeper on line

    A sleeper placed across the line by youths almost derailed another loaded suburban train last ...

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  7. Three judges likely in Red inquiry

    THE Federal Government is expected to appoint a three-man Royal Commission into the Petrov spy-ring case. ...

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  8. Warragul trots

    MATRON'S HCP.: (Evens, fav.). Cheyenne 1; (5) Derwent Ann 2; (15) Just Wilkes 3. Others: ...

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  10. We find uranium on old goldfield

    URANIUM has been found near the old gold-mining town bf Inglewood, 30 miles north-west of Bendigo. Mr. Fraser, Mines ...

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  11. Russian newsman can go home

    The Australian Government will make no move to prevent Mr. Victor Antonov, Tass Agency correspondent, and his wife leaving Australia. They have been ...

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  12. BOAC crash hearing soon

    A public inquiry into the cause of the B.O.A.C. Constellation crash,. at Singapore's airport will open here ...

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  14. Polio ends in West — official

    The most dramatic polio epidemic in thc history of the Commonwealth ended officially ...

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  15. Wool rises 5%; Red ban fails

    DESPITE an apparent absence of Russian buying, wool prices were about 5% higher nan they were before Easter at the opening of the new series of sales in Melbourne yesterday. ...

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  16. Peron wins in blood battle

    A sweeping victory of the Peronista Party was indicated today as returns started pouring in from all parts of ...

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  17. V.K. is our 'agent'

    The British Government has agreed to look after Australian Embassy ...

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  18. "I sow it in The Argus" Classified Advertisements

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  19. To our readers

    If you have any difficulties whatsoever in Staining your copy of pie Argus every ...

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  20. Plan for trees

    A district resident has suggested the railways should use borders of rail lines for planting fruit trees. ...

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