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  4. Unanimous pledge to stand together by nations at Manila

    MANILA, September 8—Eight nations signed a South-East Asian Treaty here to-day, promising to stand together against aggression in South-East Asia and the South-West ...

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  5. DAY by DAY

    OUT on the Enoggero line they have a New Australian ticket clipper. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Caucus uproar over Petroy

    CANBERRA — The Federal Labour Caucus adjourned in uproar yesterday after ...

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  7. THIS IS THE NEW PACIFIC SET-UP

    MANILA, September 8— This is what the signing of the SEATO Treaty ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. FIRST DAY AT IT, TOO

    WEARING only ordinary shoos Jim Streek yesterday scaled girders 50 feet above city streets by gaining footholds on the nuts and bolts. Formerly a sailor, he started as a rigger yesterday on the State Government buildings in Anzac Souare ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Police dig after skeleton find

    HUMAN bones sifted from 10 tons of soil in a cave near Beerwah yesterday will be analysed by a Health Department doctor today. ...

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  10. £300,000 TO AID REFUGEES

    MANILA, September 8—Australia is to send £300,000 worth of economic aid to Laos ...

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  11. WAS DRAMATIC

    MANILA, September 8 (AAP) — Australia's External Affairs Minister (Mr. Casey) was first to ...

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  12. MAN SERIOUS

    SYDNEY —A man aged 26 shot himself in the abdomen while examining rifles in a ...

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  13. FRENCH TIGHTEN

    CANBERRA—Security arrangements are being tightened urgently at the French Embassy in Canberra. This follows accusations against the ...

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  14. HE HETPED

    BEARDED Doctor Michael Bialoguski, who worked as an under-cover agent for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Shark in swim area

    THURSDAY ISLAND — A shark was sighted yesterday in a netted enclosure where four purses ...

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  16. TUC vote for arms

    BRIGHTON, September 8 (AAP) — Britain's Trade Union Congress today rejected a resolution ...

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  18. Air birthday

    MELBOURNE.— Trans-Australia Airlines to-day will celebrate Its eighth birthday. ...

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  19. 'Dozed' on Sunlander

    CAIRNS—An unknown man with a bull-doxer pushed a derailed coal truck out of the way of the ...

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  20. OLYMPIC TICKETS ON SALE IN APRIL

    CANBERRA—Sale of tickets for the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne will begin from 4000 points throughout Australia next April. ...

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  21. BATTERED BY GUNMAN

    SYDNEY—A thief battered a middle - aged woman about the head with his pistol when she ...

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  22. No bounds on Pastor

    CANBERRA — Cxech Pastor Hromadka will be able to move about freely in Australia after his ...

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  23. Failed to hear train: killed

    A 54-year-old railway worker was killed at Eagle Junction station yesterday when he failed to hear a ...

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  24. WILL SUBDIVIDE MARS WITHOUT THE OPTION

    NEW YORK, September 8 (AAP)—Three men formed the Planet Mars Development corporation yesterday. Purpose; To subdivide ...

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  25. Death sentence

    SYDNEY — A Bulgarian, Slavi Radeff, 25, labourer, was sentenced in the Central Criminal Court yesterday to ...

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  26. Ship qunned

    HONG KONG, September 6 (AAP) — The British freighter Inchkilda was hit by machine-gun fire from ...

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  27. Short for U.S.

    SYDNEY.—The Federated Ironworkers' Association national secretary (Mr. L. Short) will attend a ...

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  28. Export lagging

    CANBERRA. —Imports had exceeded exports for four successive months, it was announced yesterday. ...

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  29. Tea: £666.694

    SYDNEY — Mr. Phillip Bushell, 74, chairman of directors of Bushells Ltd, tea merchants, who died on ...

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  30. Jail pistol find

    SYDNEY. — A long-term prisoner at Long Bay Jail, Sydney, yesterday handed a warder a tin containing a ...

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  31. IPSWICH PACKS AWAY ITS CRYSTAL

    IPSWICH — Some Ipswich jewellers will pack away their valuable crystal and chingware the ...

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  32. Escapee still

    ROCKHAMPTON —Police fear jail-breaker, gunman, Stanley Gordon Taylor, 40, may have beaten their local ...

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  34. 728 Road toll

    SYDNEY—Road accidents killed 728 people and Injured 14,660 in New South Wales in the year to June 30. This ...

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