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  2. Metropolitan FORECAST

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 8 words
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    NOT A SCENE FROM RECENTLY FLOODBOUND N.S.W. OR QUEENSLAND, but Windsor railway station at the height of yesterday's rain Trains were not held up by the water, which submerged the tracks, but had to reduce speed to a minimum to "splash through." MOPPING UP OPERATIONS AT ST. PAUL'S ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. No Decisions, But Agreement on Japan Peace

    CANBERRA, Sunday.-- No decisions were reached at the Three-Power conference of ...

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    Victoria has now reached the stage with its fuel supplies when it "must either get coal or close down." This was the way the Premier (Mr. McDonald) last night ...

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    The worst gales in the State for 27 years, and unrelenting torrential rain, lashed southern Victoria during the week end. A flood warning has been issued to Gippsland, where further rain will cause acute danger. The storm began with light rain shortly after midday on Saturday, and in ...

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  9. Volcano Erupts After Tremor

    PORT MORESBY, Sunday.-- In its largest eruption since the destructive blast on January 21, Mt. Lamington this morning threw ash to a height of 60,000 feet ...

    Article : 310 words
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  11. Beat Off Reds

    TOKIO, Feb. 18 (A.A.P.).-- In a heavy snowstorm on Friday, the Australians fought off the second major counter- attack in 36 hours by Chinese against the British ...

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    TWO COUNCIL EMPLOYES (left) with a mobile pump are trying to pump flood waters from submerged Station- street, Fairfield, during yesterday's downpour. The lad (right) seems to be enjoying the freak weather conditions and shows no annoyance at having to wade ankle deep along the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Britain Rejects Soviet Charges

    LONDON, February 18 (A.A.P.).-- Britain rejected Soviet charges that she has committed a breach of the 1942 Anglo-Soviet Friendship Pact and counter claimed that the Soviet Union itself has violated both the treaty and the Potsdam ...

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  15. Index to Advertisements

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  16. Mixed Reaction to Stalin's Speech

    LONDON, February 18.-- World reaction to Marshall Stalin's indictment of Mr. Attlee and the United Nations was mixed in London and New York. ...

    Article : 210 words
  17. Britain Will Still Export

    The President of the Board or Trade (Mr. Harold Wilson) said today that many firms who were asking ...

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