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  4. A Boy Scout and His Dog

    GEORGE GRIFFITHS, of the 3rd Frankston Scout Troop, complete with haversack, took his dog, Tiger, along with him when he set out on a trek yesterday. George is at present on a fortnight's camping holiday at Templestowe. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Preparing for New Year Revels

    THE PEALS of the carillon at Elizabeth-street post office are a traditional sound at midnight on New Year's eve. Senior clock technician Andy Noseda (at rear) and Andy [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Victoria and southern parts of South Australia, portions of which had sweltered under abnormally high temperatures for two days, were the only areas of eastern Australia to benefit from the cool change yesterday afternoon. ...

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  7. Royal Insignia Taboo in India

    The prefix "Royal" will disappear from the designations of service regiments of the Indian armed forces when ...

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  8. Increase of U.S. Navy In West Pacific

    The Navy department has announced that the 27,000-ton aircraft carrier Boxer and ...

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  9. U.S.A. Told Mines Laid by Chinese

    The Chinese Nationalist Government has notified the United States that approaches ...

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  10. Another Idle Week End for Wharfmen

    Work on the wharves in the Port of Melbourne will be suspended again this week end -- the second week end in succession. Watersiders ceased activities ...

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  11. Plan for Holy City Backed by Archbishop

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, in the Canterbury diocesan notes published yesterday, urged ...

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  12. Only Orion Needs Lab

    only labor expected to be [?] quired at Port Adelaide [?] morrow afternoon is for one Orient liner Orion, which is ...

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    THE SCOTTISH NEW YEAR--Hogmanay--is perhaps the greatest day of celebration in Scotland. Melbourne Scots will be able to celebrate in traditional style at Scott's Hotel, where the head chef (Mr. H. L. Solomon) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. British Stars Top the List

    Home-bred stars and home-made films scored striking box office victories in Britain in 1949. According to the annual poll ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. India Recognises Chinese Communist Rule

    NEW DELHI, Dec. 30 (A.A.P.), -- India today announced its recognition of the Communist regime in China. A Government spokesman ...

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  17. London Dock Strike Over

    After a stormy four-hour meeting last night tally clerks at London's King George the Fifth Dock," whose ...

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  18. Soviet Opposes China at U.N.

    M. Jacob Malik, Soviet Union delegate declared in the Security Council that Dr. Tsiang, leader of what ...

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    Melbourne's principal churches are not issuing any edict against tonight's New Year's Eye celebrations continuing into early tomorrow morning. ...

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  20. Violence in Italian Strike

    Several workers were wounde by gunfire in fighting between police and demonstrators in Milan. ...

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  21. Japan Plan to Attack Soviet

    Japan intended to attack Russia between June and September, 1945. According to Moscow Radio, ...

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  22. Migrant Plight in Israel

    Large numbers of immigrants to Jerusalem, including many children, are homeless and in a desperate plight owing to the ...

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  23. Tips 'Degrading' & 'Dishonorable'

    Waiters in Prague's nationalised hotels and restaurants have been told to refuse tips which are a ...

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  24. Dog Decides for Judge

    At Longbeach, California, a judge allowed a dog to decide the case in favor of his blind master. ...

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  26. Polish Embassy Bomb Blast

    A violent bomb explosion shook the Polish Embassy just before dawn today. Nobody was injured. ...

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  27. New Drive on Terrorists

    As part of the intensified campaign against terrorists in Malaya, the Federation Government is proposing to ...

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  28. Bomb Thrown at Calcutta Police

    A bomb thrown by Communists injured several policemen, some seriously, in Daihousie Square, Calcutta. ...

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