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    City Forecast.--Isolated showers towards evening, otherwise fine, cloudy at times, with ...

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  5. A High Job

    THESE STEEPLEJACKS working on the giant stack of the Ultimo powerhouse are knocking off accumulated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Detectives investigating the tragic death of 20-year-old Audrey Cameron at her Goulburn home on Saturday night are no nearer a solution. Pending the result of examinations by the Government Analyst in Sydney of ...

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  7. City Swept By Youth Crime-wave

    An unprecedented wave of juvenile crime is sweeping Sydney, and police declared today that offenders under 18-years-of-age outnumbered adult ...

    Article : 249 words
  8. Public May Soon Be On Uppers

    The threatened cut in supplies of leather would be felt immediately by the public, boat and shoe ...

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    IN 1905, a family by the name of Wood, living then in Burwood, paid the ...

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    LUCY MAY LANGFORD, 12, breaks down outside the Coroner's Court today after giving evidence in the inquiry into the death of Robert Bell, 62, of Redfern. Lucy's father, James Langford, comforts his daughter. (See story, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Big Increase In Births During Wartime Years

    Last year, NSW received a record number of the best type of immigrants--61,662 babies. This represents an increase of more than 2000 on the figures ...

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    LONDON, Tuesday.--The Church of Scotland believes that development of atomic energy has given the nations five to 10 years in which to decide their fate. ...

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  13. Churchmen Blush At Bore Thought

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Charles Darwin, the famous naturalist who died in 1882, was responsible for an English parish church council refusing to erect a memorial tablet to an English ...

    Article : 214 words
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  15. 14 New Polio Cases Reported

    A child of 10 months is among 14 new polio cases reported to the Health Department to-day. ...

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  16. Editorial

    BECAUSE a miner couldn't find his boots yesterday, and other miners couldn't keep their clothes in the bathroom, and other miners couldn't get overtime rates, 4300 tons of coal were ...

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    WASHINGTON.--Settlement of soft coal mines strike now expected within 48 hours (See Story, Page 5). ...

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  18. Girls Guard Men's Hideout

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Relays of English girls from the nearby village of Spreacombe kept two American Army deserters in food, news and companionship while they hid out in a wood from 1944 until they were arrested a few days ago. ...

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