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    In a close, exciting finish Australia yesterday narrowly defeated the West Indies in the fourth Test match at the M.C.G., and thus won the rubber. ...

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  5. New Fashion at the M.C.G.

    WINSOME SISTERS watching the fourth' Test yesterday in a smart scarf-shield combination with matching frocks. They are Sue and Jenny Phillips, of Hawthorn. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Last Run in Dramatic Test

    END OF THE FOURTH TEST at the M.C.G. yesterday which gave Australia victory in the series versus the West Indies. Bill Johnston crouches low at the start of his winning run, with Doug Ring, arms raised, racing to the other end. West Indies players are moving in to gather souvenir stumps. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Japanese Legation Expected

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--A Japanese legation, headed by a Japanese Minister, is ...

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  8. Vyshinsky Attacks U.N. Army Plan

    PARIS, Jan. 3 (A.A.P.).--The Soviet Foreign Minister (M. Vyshinsky), attacking the new Western no veto collective security scheme, told the United Nations today that America had had "great difficulty in forging it." ...

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  9. Hard Business Conditions 'Not Caused by Govt.'

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--The Government was not responsible for hardening of business conditions in Australia in the last six months, the Minister for the Navy and Air (Mr. McMahon) claimed today. ...

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  10. Mayor's Plans to Welcome Tennis Team

    Efforts are being made by the Lord Mayor (Cr. O. J. Nilsen) to give, a reception to the victorious Davis Cup team and ...

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  12. Quiet Night in Canal Zone

    Reuters correspondent at Ismailia says British troops today fired on a terrorist group attempting to cut telephone ...

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  13. Bid to Refloat Grounded Ship.

    An attempt will be made today to refloat the British- registered freighter Edendale (993 tons), which ran aground ...

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  14. Fire Destroys Canadian Planes

    Fire destroyed the main repair hangar and planes at the Royal Canadian Air Force depot here. ...

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  15. Churchill Being Rushed to Washington

    ABOARD THE QUEEN MARY, At Sea, Jan. 3 (A.A.P.).-- The Queen Mary increased its speed to 30 knots yesterday in an attempt to put the British .Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill) ashore in New York on Saturday morning in time to keep a ...

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    WITH HER CAPTAIN ABOARD, the storm-smashed 6700-ton American freighter Flying Enterprise is lying on her side in the Atlantic, 220 miles off the Irish coast. This radio picture from London was taken from a Norwegian freighter which took off the rest of the' crew and passengers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Dramatic Start for New Year

    HOBART, Thursday. -- Twice in less than 36 hours since the start of 1952, 26-year-old Alfred Stackhouse, of Emita, Flinders Island, has won in battles against ...

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  18. Britain Gets Dollar Grant From U.S.

    The United States has granted Britain 39,888,000 dollars in a move to keep intra-European, trade flowing. ...

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  19. Tug Battling Way to Stricken Ship

    LONDON, Jan. 3 (A.A.P.).--The 1136-ton tug Turmoil, one of the most powerful in the world, is battling through an Atlantic gale at 10 knots to reach the helpless American freighter, Flying Enterprise. ...

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  20. Latin American Ship Expansion

    Latin-American countries had almost completed a 300 per cent. postwar expansion of their merchant fleets, and were ...

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