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  3. PILOTS FLYING "BLIND"

    TWO-THIRDS of Queensland was blanketed by smoke from hundreds of inland bushfires yesterday. Airline pilots said they were unable ...

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  4. DAY by DAY

    THINGS are warming up along the Gold Coast—Southport to ...

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  5. POLICE STAND BY IN 3-DAY TENSION EGYPT'S EMERGENCY

    LONDON, November 13.—A three-day "state of emergency" came into force throughout Egypt to-day. Steel-helmeted police were out in force in Cairo ...

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  6. POST-MORTEM ON THE TEST

    AUSTRALIA won the first Test yesterday by three wickets, mainly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. THE WIVES STEP OUT IN EGYPT

    ARMED husbands now escort wives and children shopping in Ismailia, on the Suez Canal, where ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. 4 STATE DEATHS

    CAIRNS, Tuesday.—A man and a boy were killed in two accidents near Cairns ...

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  9. And gave city a dim-out

    BUSHFIRE haze dimmed out the city and suburbs last night. From late afternoon a ...

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  10. Federal members confident

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Private members of Federal Parliament hope to have legislation increasing their salaries passed this month. ...

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  11. Boom" Christmas on coast

    A WESTERN grazier will pay £150 in rent for his six-week holiday at Surfers' Paradise this Christmas. His £25 a week rent for a luxurious ...

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  12. Reds in rebel threat

    NEW YORK, November 13.—Reports come to-day from the Central Intelligence ...

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  13. Another Malaya ambush

    SINGAPORE, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Another major Communist terrorist ambush ...

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  14. 'AND NOW TO WISH YOU...'

    FIRST JOB for Fourth Officer Brian Wybrow of the freighter Devon, which arrived in Brisbane ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Spoilt his cup of tea

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Police, with pistols drawn, to-night surprised a suspected thief making himself ...

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  16. Fed. deficit of £12 1/2 m.

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Commonwealth expenditure for the first four months of the current financial ...

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  17. Our losses in Korea

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Australian losses in Korea had been substantial, the Army Minister (Mr. ...

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  18. "Fullstop" by Reds

    PARIS, November 13 (A.A.P.). — The U.N. General Assembly approved 22 items for the agenda in ...

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  19. Rescuers reach crashed airmen

    DARWIN, Tuesday. — The rescue party reached the two crashed R.A.A.F. airmen 120 miles south-east of Daly ...

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  20. BRIDE OF ONLY 5 WEEKS DROWNED

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—A bride of five weeks was drowned at Mt. Eliza, about 30 miles from Melbourne, to-day. ...

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  21. Our sheep go to Japanese

    TOKIO, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Fifteen Australian Corriedale sheep and five Border Collie dogs have ...

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  22. To aid rescues

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — Australian naval fliers in Korean waters would get almost immediately an ...

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  23. Empire talks now unlikely

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) indicated to-day that it now seemed unlikely ...

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  24. Motor lorry & ship collide

    ROME, November 13 (A.A.P.).—A motor lorry and a sailing ship collided on a main road near Chioggia, on ...

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  25. Dogs poisoned

    CAIRNS, Tuesday.—Commenting on the death of two dogs, worth 65 guineas, from poison at Edmonton ...

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  26. Petrol assured

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — Australia received 30 per cent, of her petrol last year from Persia, but refinery ...

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  27. Consider Japs'

    LONDON, November 13 (Special).—If Japan's entry into the United Nations were proposed, Australia ...

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  28. New atom ship

    LONDON, November 13 (A.A.P.).—The first contract for an atom-powered ship has been placed with ...

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  29. Cricket boost

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The State Government will legislate to widen the members' and grandstand ...

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  30. King walking

    LONDON, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Buckingham Palice officials last night refused to comment on a Press ...

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  31. Robbed blind

    NEW YORK, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Private Detective Henry Moquin was sentenced to nine months' gaol ...

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  32. Never learned

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mrs. Martha McKell, mother of the Governor-General (Sir William McKell) died to-day ...

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  33. Burnt to death

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — An elderly woman was burnt to death at Corryong to-day when her clothes caught ...

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  34. Let up on Reds

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—No anti-subversive legislation was likely in the current Parliamentary session "for ...

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  35. Missed ship

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Eight passengers and at least two members of the crew missed the Stratheden ...

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  36. Scalds kill baby

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — While playing at her home yesterday, Maxine Virgo, of Goodwood, aped 18 months ...

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  37. MELBOURNE JAMMED BY PARADE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — About 250,000 people jammed city streets to-day to see the centenary ...

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  38. Clothing rise?

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — South Australian clothing trade has applied to the State Prices Commissioner ...

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  39. PAGE ONE END PIECE

    NEW YORK November 13 (Special).—Theren Lee, who celebrated his 99th birthday at Seattle to-day, ascribes his longevity to hard work. "But the younger generation won't live so long," he says. "They aren't ...

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  40. Potatoes rise

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The fixed retail price of potatoes will rise by 1 1/2 per lb. to 6d per lb. in Sydney and ...

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  41. Swedes arrive

    DARWIN, Tuesday. — Sweden's Davis Cup team to play America arrived by air to-night. ...

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