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  4. Dulles' discussions on peace conference NO RHEE AGREEMENT

    SEOUL, August 7—The U.S. Secretary of State (Mr. Dulles) said to-day he had reached no definite agreement with President Syngman Rhee on a common U.S.-South ...

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  5. MISSION SENDS SOS; VIOLENCE BY ABORIGINES

    CAIRNS (by teleprinter)—A three-man police squad flew to Aurukun Presbyterian Mission yesterday to investigate a reported outbreak of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. The Courier-Mail

    MONTHS of thought and pleasant labour are now having their reward, us, to a ...

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  7. IT'S HER BUSIEST WEEK OF YEAR

    EXHIBITION WEEK will be busy for Aileen Axam, of Bundaberg, who will compete in nearly 10 ring events. Yesterday she was helping to feed and water the 14 horses ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. BLAME WESTERN FIRE RISK FOR SMALLER CROWD

    FIRE risk in the West was blamed by Royal National Association officials yesterday for the drop in the Friday attendance at the ...

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  9. First of the Allies

    PAN MUN JON, August 7 (AAP)—Released American prisoners to-day told of ...

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  10. Archer back with team

    LONDON, August 7 (AAP)—Ron Archer has recovered from his recent attack of jaundice ...

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  11. RELEASED ON £1000 BAIL

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Attractive 21-year-old Mrs. Judith Lulham obtained £1000 in notes from her father, a Glebe barber, to bail her mother out of Central ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. GALLANT BID TO BEAT AUSTRALIANS

    BIRMINGHAM, August 7—In a plucky bid to beat the Australians, Warwickshire to-day ...

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  13. Car kills 3 in runaway

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—Three people were killed and two others seriously injured in a road ...

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  14. Hoist Jolly Roger

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Police ears from three division headquarters and the ...

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  15. Crews of boats in distress safe

    CREWS of three launches reported in distress in gales off the Queensland and northern New South Wales coasts were reported safe last night. ...

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  16. Crash sound

    MELBOURNE, (by teleprinter)—Australia's Sabre jet fighter will crash the sound barrier on the first ...

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  17. THALLIUM SUSPECTED

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Criminal Investigation Branch detectives were last night called in to ...

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  18. 12 Purged in North Korea bid

    TOKIO, August 7 (AAP)—The Communist radio at Pyongyang said to-night that 12 high ...

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  21. Evatt to campaign

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—The Federal Opposition Leader (Dr. Evatt) will open Labour's ...

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  22. EVANS HEAD HUNT ON FOR "FIREBUG"

    EVANS HEAD (by telephone)—Fifteen local businessmen have formed their own police force in an effort to hunt down a suspected firebug. ...

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  23. No potato; six sacked

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—Six male and female clerks were socked by the Victorian Potato ...

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  24. Holding more

    WASHINGTON, August 7 (AAP)—General Mark Clark, Far Eastern Commander, said yesterday that America had "certain ...

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  25. Catch criminal in ceiling

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Detectives with pistols drawn, crawled through the dusty ceiling of a house in ...

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  26. Fired on ship

    HONG KONG, August 7 (AAP)—An unidentified gunboat on July 25 fired on the 946-ton British steamer ...

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  27. Freight rise not justified

    CANBERRA, Friday (by teleprinter)—The rise of 7½ per cent in shipping freights to the United Kingdom and ...

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  28. Cafe buttermilk

    CANBERRA (by teleprinter)—The Postmaster-General (Mr. Anthony) wants Australian milk bars ...

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  29. PEAK £80M JULY TRADE

    CANBERRA (by teleprinter)—The trade year has opened spectacularly for Australia with ...

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  30. Crash deaths

    NEW YORK, August 7 (AAP)—Six people were killed and 35 injured when a cross-country bus and a ...

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  31. Well in "red"

    SAN FRANCISCO, August 7 (AAP)—A radio commentator was found guilty yesterday of slandering a school ...

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  32. Bullet-riddled body found near Hobart

    HOBART (by telegram)—Edgar Haskell Geer, 59. plastering contractor, was murdered near Hobart yesterday morning. His bullet-riddled body ...

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  33. SCAFFOLDING FIRE ON SYDNEY BUILDING

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Firemen early last night fought one of their most unusual city fires—seven floors of scaffolding outside a Pitt Street building. ...

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  34. 20 Planes look for survivors

    LONDON, August 7 (AAP)—Twenty American planes took off from British and lush airfields at dawn to-day ...

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  35. Navy losses

    LONDON, August 7 (AAP)—The Royal Navy and the Royal Marines suffered 172 casualties in the Korean ...

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  36. Channel fog

    LONDON, August 7 (AAP)—Fog in the Channel delayed shies making for Southampton to-day. Liners ...

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  37. Lift book ban

    CANBERRA (by teleprinter)—The ban on the book "Down and Out in Paris and London" by ...

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  38. Sell warship

    CANBERRA (by teleprinter)—HMAS Shropshire would be dismantled and the hulk offered for sale ...

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