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    CANBERRA, Friday.--The Treasurer (Sir Arthur Fadden) will not present the 1952-53 budget to Parliament until August 6--at least a week later than originally intended. ...

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  6. Beauty on Mt. Macedon

    THAT TOUCH OF BEAUTY, which the arts of Nature can give to austere winter, was caught yesterday by the camera on Mt. Macedon. Through snow-flecked trees and mist the sun's rays were struggling to cast the most delicate of shadows on the mantle of snow on the ground. Man ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    LONDON, July 4 (A.A.P.)--Frank Sedgman became the first Australian since 1933 to win the Wimbledon singles championship when he beat bespectacled left-hander Jaroslay Drobny (Egypt), 4-6, 6-2 ...

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  8. Iron Curtain Spy Ring in Britain

    According to the "Daily Express" the Home Office confirmed last night that an iron curtain spy ring ...

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  9. U.S. Liner 'All Out' for Atlantic Record

    ABOARD U.S. LINER UNITED STATES (A.A.P. Reuters) July 4.--A few hours from New York this new American "Leviathan" accelerated to a speed exceeding 30 knots, suggesting it was ''all out" capture the Atlantic liner. ...

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  10. Stirring Fight for Texas Vote

    NEW YORK, July 4 (A.A.P.).--As General Eisenhower headed for the Republican convention in Chicago today, the party's national committee ...

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  11. C'wlth Talks for London Next Month

    Commonwealth financial and economic experts are expected to meet in London in the ...

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  13. Mexican Police Guard for Elections

    The Government called out 60,000 troops today, with Mexico's national elections only 48 hours ...

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  14. Red Riots in japan

    Police in Osaka this morning reported that 19 people were arrested overnight during the riots ...

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  15. America's

    Millions of Americans were on holiday today as the United States celebrated the 176th ...

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  16. Less Elaborate Form of Court

    LONDON, July 4.--Mr. Attlee and other Labor leaders decided last night to press in Parliament for a less elaborate form of life at Queen Elizabeth's ...

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    A Foreign Office spokesman announced that the British Government has decided to allow the ...

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    AMERICA'S "GLORIOUS FOURTH" was commemorated in many parts ol the world yesterday. Here, in Melbourne, under Anglo-Australian bunting and the American eagle, the U.S. Consul (Mr. Henry Stebbins, left), and the Governor ol Victoria (Sir Dallas Brooks) shake h[?]s. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Death Toll of Typhoon

    The casualty toll mounted today as the authorities took stock in the wake of a typhoon ...

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  20. S. Korean Legislators "Accept" Rhee's Plan

    PUSAN, July 4 (A.A.P.).--President Syngman Rhee won a complete victory tonight over his political opponents in the long drawn struggle for power, in South Korea. By a vote of 163 to 9 ...

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  22. Big Korean Air Battle

    United States Sabre jets shot down 12 Communist M.I.G.-15 jets today in one of the fiercest air battles ...

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