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  5. Metropolitan FORECAST

    Improving, becoming milder. ...

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  6. Autumn Sunshine Gives Way to Wintry Blasts

    VICTORIA WAS LASHED BY WIND AND RAIN in its first real taste of winter yesterday. Left Miss Florence Muggleton, holidaying at Warburton, preparing to bombard sightseers with a handful of the season's first snow. Right Huge seas pour into Brighton Beach baths, which were damaged by gales ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Melbourne's tram cuts, imposed two months ago, are to continue at least throughout the winter. This was stated yesterday by the chairman of the Electricity Commission (Mr. R. A. Hunt), who said, "We ...

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  8. Congressmen Say Take Risk With Russia

    Two American Congressmen just back from the Korean front said they would submit a "startling ...

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  9. U.S. Fear Soviet Air Action in Korea

    American military leaders are seriously worried that Russia may furnish heavy air support, including Soviet pilots, to back up the expected spring offensive of the Chinese in Korea. The "Herald-Tribune's" Washington correspondent says it is ...

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  10. Petrol Will be a Penny a Gallon Dearer Today

    ADELAIDE, Friday.--An increase of one penny a gallon in the price of petrol to operate from tomorrow (Saturday) was approved by the Prices Ministers at their conference today. ...

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  11. Words War to Go to Sea

    The U.S. Government proposed mounting powerful medimn-wave radio [?] on fast ocean going freighters ...

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  12. Gas Rationing May Worsen

    Gas rationing will be intensified unless consumers co-operate and observe the present restrictions. ...

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    The wool sale at East London (South Africa) was postponed four days until April 9 because of the ...

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  14. More Bulgarian on Yugoslav Border

    Two Bulgarian army corps, totalling approximately 70,000 men, were recently moved up to the ...

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  15. U.S., Britain Split Over War Aims

    Britain and the United States are reported to have split sharply over the proposed statement of ...

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  16. Egypt Urges Action Against Israel

    latest development in the growing Israeli-Syrian tension is that Egypt has officially asked Britain and the United States to intervene to stop "Israeli aggression" against ...

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    A PASSING-OUT PARADE of police men and women was held yesterday at Victoria Police Barracks. English migrant Mr. J. Owens, now a police constable, shows his sister, Mrs. J. E. Baker, and niece, Corrie Sedgewick, his three medals while holding his sister's baby, Coral. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. Hot Water Ban May Extend

    The Electricity Commission will shortly have to consider whether the radiator ban should be extended from ...

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  21. "Quit Egypt" Decision

    Reliable sources in London confirm the impression that the British Government is willing to discuss ...

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  22. Smallpox Kills 400 a Week

    The smallpox epidemic which has raged in Calcutta since, November, is now declining, the city health ...

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  23. Britain Sells Merchant Ships to Japanese

    Japan has bought 14 merchant ships from Britain and the sale of another 20 is being negotiated. The British Ministry of Transport has approved the transfer of the ships. It is understood the ...

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  25. U.K. Argentine Meat Agreement

    BUENOS AIRES, April 6. British and Argentine negotiators today reached agreement to resume meat ...

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