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  2. Advertising

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  4. FORECAST.--

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  5. NEW YORK WARNS SOVIET: 'WE'LL SEIZE REFUGEE'

    NEW YORK, Wednesday. -- The New York State authorities will seize Mrs Kosenkina, the "kidnapped" Russian teacher, if the Soviet Consul-General in New York ...

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  6. Challenge? ... Re-frame? ... Do Nothing?

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--Three courses appear to be open to the Federal Government now that the High Court has rejected its Banking Act: ...

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  7. Ex-Soldier Migrant To Hitch-Hike Here

    LONDON, Wednesday. -- Thirty-year-old, fair moustached, Arthur Geldard, of Heswell, Cheshire, will hitch-hike to Australia through Europe, the Balkans, Turkey and the East, beginning next Friday ...

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  8. Work On Ascot Vale Flats To Stop?--

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  9. FACES AT GAMES

    SPLIT-SECOND snapshots at the Olympic Games show determination--and plenty of strain. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. 'Glad To Be Off Tiger'

    LONDON, Wednesday -- Asked by a London journalist whether the Chifley Government would appeal ...

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  11. Quist May Not Play

    NEW YORK, Wednesday. -- A hint that he might drop himself from Australia's Davis Cup ...

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  12. 200 Stay In Federal Service

    Yet another section of the Commonwealth big wartime team of public servants seems likely to ...

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  13. MEMORIAL TO MELBA

    A sound shell costing £25,000 is planned as a memorial to the late Dame Nellie Melba. ...

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  14. MUNITION THEFT

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Yorkshire police stated today that hand grenades, mortar bombs, detonators and 47 ...

    Article : 41 words
  15. PAY UP' BID IN UNION FAILS

    BRISBANE, Thursday. -- A move to end the trouble over the gaoling of four ...

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  16. ON THE STEPS

    An attorney served the writ on Mr Lomakin on the Consulate steps. He said he was acting in accordance with the ...

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  17. MIGRANTS' TRIBUTE

    MALTESE CROSS of laurel leaves laid at the Shrine today by Captain J. B. Bonnici on behalf of the 444 Maltese ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. 'We'll Protect Refugees'

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday.--Russian citizens who wished to remain in the United States in ...

    Article : 161 words
  19. HOPE FOR TALKS

    MOSCOW, Wednesday. -- The Moscow newspaper New Times ridicules statements in the foreign press that there ...

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  20. OLD VIC ON AIR TONIGHT

    SYDNEY, Thursday. -- The Old Vic Company's production of "School for Scandal" will be broadcast by the ABC at 8 ...

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  21. RAIN FLOODS TEST PITCH AT OVAL

    LONDON, Wednesday. -- The pitch at Kennington Oval, where the final Test will begin on Saturday, was submerged after several hours' heavy rain today. ...

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  22. EVADES WARDER

    Mobile and foot Police are [?]hing from Coburg to the city for Harry Phillips, [?] 2-year-old prisoner ...

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  23. LIFT OUTPUT, SAYS AEU

    Increased production has been recommended by the Amalgamated. Engineering Union to all its branches ...

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  24. Racing Maharajah Flies Home To Spike Abdication Move

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Maharajah of Baroda is speeding back to his State in India to defend his throne. His abdication has been demanded by the Baroda Legislative Assembly. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. CHIFLEY VISIT

    SYDNEY, Thursday. -- The Miners' Federation has been advised that the Premier (Mr McGirr) and Prime Minister ...

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  26. New Ship For Australian Run

    LONDON, Wednesday . -- The twin-screw 11,300-ton[?] liner Cumberland was [?]unched at Govan (Glasgow) ...

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  27. TRYING TO KILL RECRUITING?

    An attempt to kill recruiting is seen in a red pamphlet which has been distributed at Victoria Barracks. It "warns" against ...

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  28. QUESTIONED ON 70 MURDERS

    FRANKFURT, Wednesday.--The German newsagency Dena says that American and German police, after a wide search, ...

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