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  2. Now for the Scrap Book

    FOUR-YEAR-OLD IAN MONKHOUSE, a patient at the Children's Hospital, spent yesterday sorting and snipping a conglomeration of Christmas cards. The cards have been sent in by well-wishers. Sister Isma Bradley helped Ian to paste the pictures in his scrap-book. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Wednesday.--Tens of thousands of Australians will be unable to join the Hospital Benefits scheme which began on New Year's day. It was learned tonight the Federal Government ...

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  4. A Tammy for the Totem

    SCOUTS FROM THE CITY OF BRUNSWICK troop added a Utile refinement to their fierce-looking totem pole at Gilwell Park yesterday by decorating its "head" with a tarn o' shanter. The scouts are spending a week in training camp at Gilwell. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Man Dies in Saving Workmate

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--Frederick Thomas Cressy, 37 years, foreman, today sacrificed his life to save a ...

    Article : 169 words
  6. Bomber on Mercy Flight to Cocos Is.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--A Lincoln long - range bomber is due to leave the R.A.A.F. station at ...

    Article : 270 words
  7. Internal Exam System Preferred

    The system of "approved" schools' conducting their own internal intermediate and leaving certificates examinations is preferred by the Director of ...

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  8. Big Decline in Yield of Dried Fruits

    A serious drop in the production of dried fruits in Australia has occurred in the last seven years. Last year ...

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    The road accident death rate has fallen off in the past three months and the number of Victorian road fatalities last year is expected to be well below the 639 deaths in 1950. Making this announce ...

    Article : 331 words
  10. Woman Pioneer of Territory Dies

    ALICE SPRINGS, Wednesday.--When Mrs. J. Bohning died in the Alice Springs Hospital this morning, the Northern Territory lost not only another early pioneer, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Union May be at Hours Talk

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. -- Union officials believe the new moderate A.L.P. controllers of the Federated Iron Workers' ...

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    Malaya's champion jockey of the 1951 season was the Sydney rider Athol Mulley, who rode 53 winners.-- ...

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  13. Talk on Tribute to Tennis Stars

    No decision was reached yesterday in a discussion between the Lord Mayor (Cr. Nilsen) and the president, of the Lawn ...

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    An R.A.F. Valetta crashed into the sea off Changi today, but all three members of the crew escaped unhurt. ...

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  15. Hygiene Chief Begins Duties

    Dr. Cunningham Dax, newly appointed chairman of the Mental Hygiene Authority, officially assumed office ...

    Article : 85 words
  16. Spectacular Rescue of Boy in Lake

    BALLARAT, Wednesday. -- An 11-year-old boy was rescued in spectacular circumstances from Lake Learmonth late this afternoon after He had spent two hours ...

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  17. British Miners Beat Target

    The "Daily Mail" reports that Britain's miners and open-cut excavators producer over 222,000,000 tons coal in 1951, ...

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  18. Farms Swept by Bush Fire

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--A fire, which has been burning in bush country near Glenorie, 40 miles from Sydney, for the ...

    Article : 170 words
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  20. Hot Weather May Mean Water Cuts

    Though the Metropolitan Board's main water storages hold over 20,000,000,000 gallons--almost, their capacity--this does not mean freedom from restrictions in ...

    Article : 231 words
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  22. High Accident Rate in U.S. During Holidays

    More than 1350 persons lost their lives in violent accidents in the United States during the New Year and Christmas ...

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  23. Day That Dispelled Holiday Memories

    Melbourne's thousands of workers woke yesterday morning, yawned, stretched their limbs and went to work after one of the best. Christmas--New Year holidays on record. It had been a grand ...

    Article : 502 words
  24. Challenge to Regulations

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--R.B. Davies Industries Ltd. today took out a High Court writ challenging the validity of the ...

    Article : 113 words
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