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  4. Up to 5½ inches from monsoonal rain

    CREEKS and rivers in Queensland's dry north-west were running again last night for the first time in 10 months. Monsoonal rains which began falling on New ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. The Courier-Mail

    "TEEN-AGER" is a word often spoken with a sorrowful shaking of the head. ...

    Article : 328 words
  6. THE QUEEN ENTERS THE UNDERWORLD

    WELLINGTON (NZ), Friday—The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh spent more than an hour last night exploring the beauty and mysteries of New ...

    Article : 397 words
  7. Indo-China attack

    SAIGON, January 1 (AAP) — French planes yesterday attacked Vietminh troop ...

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  8. SOLDIER'S STORY

    A SOLDIER told police yesterday he had been battered unconscious, robbed, and ...

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  9. Found at night by beach strollers

    SOUTHPORT (by telephone)—The body of drowned surfer Rod Pierpoint, 19, was washed ashore on Surfers' Paradise beach at 9 o'clock last night. ...

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  10. Caught in rip

    LISMORE (by telegram)—Thirty surfers were rescued at Evans Head in 10 minutes yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 133 words
  11. Thugs beat up, knife lifesaver

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—A South Curl Curl lifesaver staggered into a New Year's dance early ...

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  12. PLAN TO AVOID QUEEN'S FATIGUE

    ROTORUA (NZ), Friday — Australian Royal Tour authorities should plan now to avoid an exhausting feature of the New Zealand arrangements. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. HOW RAIN BLOWS UP

    MONSOONAL rain failing in Northern Queensland last night was the result of the action of ...

    Article : 111 words
  14. Home to Texas

    PAN MUN JON, January 1 (AAP)—Corporal C. J. Batchelor, of Kermit, Texas, one of 22 American ...

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  15. Sydney quiet

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Drizzling rain and overcast skies yesterday gave Sydney one of its quietest New ...

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  16. Royal ball souvenir

    All guests attending the Royal Ball in the City Hall on March 10 will probably receive a special ...

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  17. TROUT AND DUCKLING FOR QUEEN'S DINNER

    AUCKLAND (NZ), Friday, (AAP) — The Queen ale rainbow trout, duckling, and strawberries and cream for New Year's dinner at the Waitomo Hotel, about 40 miles south ...

    Article : 157 words
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  19. OFF TO A PERFECT START

    PATTERN of the New Year vacation—colourful umbrellas, sand etched white by sunshine, gay, relaxed January 1 holiday makers—at Surfers' Paradise yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. NZ VOLCANO AGAIN ACTIVE

    WELLINGTON (NZ), January 1 (AAP)—Mount Ngauruhoe, 7504ft., New Zealand's most active ...

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  21. Boy dies after Lismore smash

    LISMORE (by telegram)—A five-year-old boy, Alan Neil Swanson, of Belmore Street, Sydney, died in the ...

    Article : 65 words
  22. WHITE HOUSE FACES TURNED RED ON JOB

    NEW YORK, January 1—Faces turned a bright, embarrassed red around the White House yesterday when President Eisenhower's aides discovered they had announced the ...

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  23. DIVES FROM SPEEDING CAR

    — A Lithuanian migrant dived through the window of a car travelling at 50 miles on hour on the ...

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  24. Police arrest driver of bus

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—Two police cars late last night chased a double-decker bus through Western ...

    Article : 60 words
  25. Stage collapse

    LONDON, January 1 (Special)—Actor Richard Attenborough, 30, collapsed on the stage of the ...

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  26. First Gl wed in the Tower

    LONDON, January 1 (AAP) —"Beefeaters" and United States Marines will be the guard of honour at ...

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  27. The last tram

    PARIS, January 1 (AAP)—"Mourners," wearing top-hats and carrying wreaths, and a band playing Chopin's ...

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  28. Film forbidden

    ST. LOUIS, January 1 (AAP)—More than 470,000 Roman Catholics in Missouri to-day were forbidden under ...

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  29. Oronsay delay

    SYDNEY (by teleprinter)—The late arrival of the Melbourne express delayed the sailing of the Oronsay to WEATHER Government Bureau: "Sultry, cloudy" ...

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  30. Berlin—Jan 25

    MOSCOW, January 1 (AAP)—Britain, France, and the United States to-day handed the Soviet Foreign ...

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  31. New "saucer" inquiry

    MELBOURNE (by teleprinter)—The Civil Aviation Department is giving serious consideration to ...

    Article : 84 words
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