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  2. Advertising

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  3. Warmongering charges "fantastic"

    PARIS, November 12. — Britain's Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden) told the United Nations to-day that the West had rearmed only because it wanted to "negotiate peace ...

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  4. Puzzle shots hit 10 horses

    TEN horses were mysteriously shot and wounded in the Potrie district ...

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  5. Warships alerted for Egypt

    LONDON, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Several ships of the British Mediterranean Fleet were alerted to-day to stand by for service in the Suez Canal ...

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  6. DAY by DAY

    IT didn't take the 'Gabba gang long to re-name the West Indies players. ...

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  7. Victims looked happier at Test

    AUSTRALIA should not lose the first Test from the position they are in, and I think they will go on to win the Test series. The West Indies have a match-winning ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    SYDNEY, Monday.—Professor Sir Douglas Copland suggested to-day that the single ...

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    LONDON, November 12.—Britain's best-known baby, Prince Charles, will be three on ...

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  10. Newcastle stops

    SYDNEY, Monday. — A rat to-day blacked out every home in Newcastle for more than two hours. ...

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  11. Japan heaviest purchaser

    Wool prices yesterday were the highest for Brisbane this season. The market was quoted by the Brisbane Wool Selling Brokers' Association as ...

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    SYDNEY, Monday.—Tommy Burns danced gleefully in the ring after he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. New fires near city

    FIREMEN and police fought 10 more fires in the metropolitan area yesterday. ...

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  14. 128—CAN WE DO IT?

    STAR West Indies batsman Everton Weekes will probably be out of action for the next two ...

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  15. Help each other build

    LONDON, November 12 (Special). — Housing associations in which people help each other tn build ...

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  16. Girls hold the fort

    UPPER COOMERA, Monday.—A teacher fought a fire while senior girls taught school at Upper ...

    Article : 128 words
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  18. Accused Korea Reds of "trick"

    SEOUL, November 12 (A.A.P.). — Major-General Henry Hodes to-day accused Communist truce ...

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  19. Body aided "practice"

    SYDNEY, Monday. — A planned practice turned to reality for members of the police rescue squad when ...

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  20. Mystery doctor great surgeon

    NEW YORK, November 12 (Special). — "Surgeon-Lieu-[?]enant Joseph Cyr of the Canadian Navy and formerly ...

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  21. Defence guard

    WASHINGTON, November 12 (A.A.P.).—President Truman said yesterday that real and lasting peace was ...

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  22. Reds kill 9

    MANILA, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Nine people were killed and eight wounded yesterday in a 300-strong ...

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  23. Gifts delayed

    LONDON, November 12 (A.A.P.). — The airliner bound for Australia with 29 passengers including three ...

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  24. Clash in Java

    DJAKARTA, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Three policemen were killed and three wounded yesterday when ...

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  25. Sunday sports view trouble?

    ROME, November 12 (A.A.P.).—The Pope's statement to a congress of sporting journalists at the ...

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  26. 28 Dead in bus

    GUAYAQUIL (Ecuador), November 12 (A.A.P.). — Twenty-eight people were killed and 23 injured ...

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  27. M.P. pay probe

    CANBERRA, Monday. — Judge Nicholas, of New South Wales, is expected to be appointed chairman of a ...

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  28. Gales kill 140

    ROME, November 12 (A.A.P.). — Deathroll in three weeks of disastrous storms rose to at least 140 ...

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  29. Japs' welcome

    TOKIO, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Nine Japanese who completed war criminal sentences on Manus Island ...

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    A BURGLAR escaped from an armed night-watchman and another man in a daring rooftop dash at midnight last night. Nightwatchman Roberts ...

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  31. Judy collapses

    NEW YORK, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Actress Judy Garland, 29 collapsed with "nervous exhaustion" while ...

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  32. £15 Home theft

    Detectives are investigating the theft of £15 cash from the home of Mr. Leonard Gillinder, O'Connell ...

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  33. Pray for thugs

    NEW YORK, November 12 (Special). — A Franciscan Friar died from head wounds in a New Jersey ...

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  34. U.S. 'killer' sub

    NEW YORK, November 12 (Special). — America's first "killer" submarine designed for sinking other underwater ...

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    ALL of Brisbane's 500 uniformed and plainclothes policemen who are off duty on Thursday night ...

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  36. Cancel concert

    NEW YORK, November 12 (A.A.P.).—A swollen jaw, caused by an infected tooth, has forced Australian ...

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    NEW YORK, November 12 (Special).—Reports from the Tibetan border show that Chinese Communists have failed to reform [?]asa's huge beggar community. The beggars told the Reds: "We are ...

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  38. Lord Louis lost

    LONDON, November 12 (A.A.P.).—Thieves broke into Lord Mountbatten's London home last night and stole ...

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