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    Cold Winds, Showers Developing ...

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    Building permits will be abolished by the State Government early in August for all homes,churches, schools, hospitals, clinics and baby health centres. Controls will be removed from home garages. ...

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    BERLIN, May 27 --Communist forces' will be strengthened all along the 75-mile border dividing the East and West zones. Angrily the Premier of East Germany (Mr. Otto ...

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  7. Mr. Menzies at No. 10

    RADIO PICTURE of Monday's informal chat in the grounds of No. 10 Downing Street, when the Prime Minister of Australia (Mr. Menzies) called on the British Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill). A cable message stated that this meeting was brief and largely personal. Mr. Menzies reached London ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Man, Wife in Gun Tragedy

    In a double shooting tragedy last night at Bennie -street, Brunswick, William Anthony ...

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  9. Under-Secretaries

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. -- The Federal Attorney - Gene al (Senator Spicer) ...

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  10. 1954 Believed Likely Year for Royal Tour

    LONDON, May 27 (A.A.P.) .--The year 1954 is believed to have been among the most likely dates for an Australian Royal tour discussed yesterday by the Queen and Australia's Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies). ...

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  11. Talks on South Korean Action

    General Van Fleet, commander of the United States Eighth Army, hurried here from Seoul ...

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  12. Federal M's.P. Cling to Rail Gold Passes

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.--Federal members of Parliament will retain their gold passes entitling them to free travel on all Commonwealth and State railways. An official announce ...

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  13. Raftman Used All Food, Water

    DJAKARTA, May 27 (A.A.P.).-- Sixty-one-year-old Mr. Ian Fairweather had run out of food and water when his reft voyage ended. ...

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  14. Piddingtons to Retire Soon

    Australians Sydney and Lesley Piddington say they will soon retire from broadcasting and theatre ...

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    The Queen began her first visit to Scotland since her accession when she arrived at Balmoral ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Precautions for Ridgway

    Four hundred police ringed the airport as part of the elaborate security arrangements against ...

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  18. Our Attitude Towards Japan

    Japan's first newspaperman to visit Australia since the Pacific war is reported in the ...

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  19. Iranian Oil Contract

    State Department officials and spokesmen for leading oil companies said last night that they ...

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  21. No Motive Found in Missing Woman Case

    TARWIN LOWER, Tuesday.--Police searching for clues in the mysterious disappearance of the "Lady in the Swamp," 70-year-old recluse, Miss Margaret Clement, are baffled by the absence of any motive which would confirm the theories ...

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