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  2. Advertising

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  3. Advertising

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  4. A Tip from the Barber?

    FEATHERS, NOT HAIR, are receiving the attention of the electrical dryer in operation in this picture. The Silki pullet being dried after washing at the poultry farm of Mr. E. E. Gallus, Vermont, will be one of the farm's exhibits at the N.U.P.B.A. show on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    SYDNEY, Monday. -- A joint recommendation from the A.C.T.U. and the Federal Council of the Waterside Workers' Federation will be submitted to 25,000 watersiders at Wednesday's stop-work ...

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    WARRNAMBOOL, Monday.--Redistribution of Legislative Council boundaries "as soon as conveniently possible" was advocated by the Premier (Mr. McDonald) tonight. He ...

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  7. Son on Murder Charge

    A 26-year-old roof repairer, Harry Reed, of Victoria street, West Brunswick, was last night ...

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  8. Transport Ban Eased in S. Aust.

    Transport authorities in South Australia and N.S.W. have relaxed their ban on inter-State ...

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  9. Groton to Take Negro

    Groton School, considered among the most exclusive schools in America, has accepted its first ...

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  10. Rationing of Household Milk Today

    Household milk supplies in some Melbourne suburbs will be cut today because of a serious ...

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  11. Minister 'Concerned' About Level Crossing Smashes

    The Minister for Transport (Mr. Hyland) is concerned at the large number of crossing accidents in Victoria in recent years. He wants a report on them from the Railway Commissioners. ...

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  13. Mayo Clinic Power Threat

    A union spokesman said last night that a strike shutting off power and heat to the world-famous Mayo ...

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  14. Gen. Eisenhower Home for Political Battle

    WASHINGTON, June 2.--General Eisenhower returned here this afternoon to make his final report to President Truman before beginning his campaign for the Republican nomination in this year's presidential election. ...

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  15. Mr. Menzies to Discuss Foreign Policy

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) will discuss the Australian view on foreign affairs with ...

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  16. Holdens Cost Another £45

    Price increases of £45 for Holden vehicles were announced by General Motors-Holden's Ltd. ...

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  17. Cut Cares Less Caries

    Dr. Albert Laferrier, a Montreal dentist, told a Meeting here that with "the world ...

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  18. Platform Plan Stolen

    Soviet spies had stolen American plans for a platform hanging 3000 miles in space, which could be used ...

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    AFTER THE FIRE.--Vestrymen helping to clean up amid the debris left by the fire which early yesterday morning caused serious damage at St. Aidan's Church of England, Northcote. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. Iron Curtain Splits Berlin

    BERLIN, June 2.--By this morning East Germans had completed the sealing off of West Berlin. They have dug ...

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  21. Index to Advertisements

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 267 words



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