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  4. Britain And Egypt 'Stand Pat'

    WASHINGTON, Friday.—United States concern over developments in the Middle East mounted to-day as both Britain and Egypt began to express a ''stand pat" policy toward the settlement of the bitter Suez Canal dispute. ...

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  5. Rebels Circle Deserted City

    HANOI, Friday.—French troops have withdrawn from Lai Chau, capital of the Thai Tribal Country in north-west Indo-China, the French High Command ...

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    An informal picture of H.M. Queen Elizabeth with the Duke of Edinburgh on the bridge of the liner Gothic as she parses through the Miraflores Lock at the Pacific end of the Panama Canal. The Queen, who is an enthusiastic ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Payroll Theft

    MELBOURNE, Fri.—A man told the Criminal Court to-day, it took him three or four days to change ...

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  8. Boxing Day Holiday On Saturday

    MELBOURNE, Fri.—Conciliation Commissioner Mooney, to-day refused to interfere with this ...

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  9. U.S. Ignores Red Attack

    WASHINGTON, Fri.—Official White House reaction to Moscow radio's criticism of President ...

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  10. Dr. Ross Guilty

    BRISBANE, Fri.--Chief Justice Macrossan further remanded Dr. Arthur John McLaren Ross, (61), for ...

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  11. Premier Denies That Govt.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The State Government was not considering hotel trading hours or any other matter that may be in the report of the Liquor Royal ...

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  12. U.S. Trade With Red China

    WASHINGTON, Fri.—The United States will have bought almost 9,000,000 dollars (about £3,000,000) ...

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  13. HAS HOME--UNFURNISHED

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Mrs. Ethel Hudson--most famous Australian mother of 1953--received the key to a new ...

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  14. Will Not Make Concessions

    WASHINGTON, Fri.—Sir Winston Churchill, according to informed sources here, has flatly refused to make ...

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  15. Labour Control Of Sydney Council

    SYDNEY, Fri.—An Independent Labour candidate was to-night elected to fill the 17th seat in the City ...

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  16. Firm Winds Up

    MELBOURNE, Fri.--A hire purchase and lay-by firm, D.M. Enterprises Pty. Ltd., which operates ...

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  17. Oil Shares Strengthen

    SYDNEY, Fri.—Ampol and most other oil shares strengthened on the Sydney Stock Exchange to-day. ...

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  18. PAID TO KILL TERRORISTS?

    LONDON, Fri.—A court of inquiry is being set up in Kenya to officially investigate allegations that ...

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  20. PIANIST TOOK OWN LIFE

    LONDON, Fri.—Australian pianist Noel Mewton-Wood took his life while the balance of his mind was ...

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  21. WANT ORDERLY NIGHT CLUBS

    SYDNEY, Fri.—The public wanted properly conducted night clubs in Sydney, Mr. Justice Kinsella ...

    Article : 157 words
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  23. Atomic Research

    LONDON, Fri.—A former British Supply Minister who controlled Britain's atomic energy development ...

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  24. No Work On Wharves

    BRISBANE, Fri.—There will be no work done at Brisbane wharves during the week-end. ...

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  26. Armed Hold-ups In Melbourne

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—There were two more daring armed holdups in Melbourne to-day. The first was late to-day, ...

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  27. On Control Board

    ADELAIDE, Fri.—Sir Donald Bradman was appointed to the Australian Board of Cricket Control ...

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  28. Royal Tour Rehearsal

    SUVA, Friday.—Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh will see a decorative scheme in Fiji that is unlikely to be repeated anywhere during their Royal Tour. The Royal couple will ...

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