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  4. FORECAST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 7 words
  5. 'WHOSE BABY?'--JUDGE'S FINDING

    Here are the findings of Mr Justice Barry in the Supreme Court today in the "Whose Baby?" case --the case in which the law had to decide whose baby had been ...

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  6. Tug Crews Refuse To Move Collier

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 256 words
  7. FIGURES IN CASE

    Mrs Morrison and Johanne Lee ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 9 words
  8. SEAMEN'S BLOCKADE ON COLLIERS ONLY

    The Seamen's Union's "blockade" of Victorian ports in retaliation for the enforcement of the Essential Services Act will be confined to colliers. The general secretary (Mr E. V. Elliott) announced this in ...

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  9. Vyshinsky's 'No'

    PARIS, Wednesday.--"The veto is a powerful political weapon, and in the political struggle going on even a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. LION IN TAXI

    CAPE TOWN, Wednesday.--A young girl lion tamer, Ray Walker, caught and quietened a terror-stricken circus lion in ...

    Article : 87 words
  11. THE KING

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The King is having hours of electrical treatment every day in his room. He now has a slight limp, but does not use a stick indoors. ...

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  12. UNIONS' INQUIRY IN REDS

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Communist interfer[?] in British trades [?] industries will be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. TWO TENNIS SURPRISES

    Two upsets occurred in the New South Wales tennis championships today. F. Sedgman (Vic.) defeated ...

    Article : 70 words
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  15. OLIVIERS HOME

    BACK HOME: Sir Laurence Olivier and his wife, Vivien Leigh, walking on the deck of the liner Corinthic at Tilbury Docks, London, nine days ago. Sir Laurence still walks with a stick ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. [?]OO WON'T SUIT LINER

    LONDON, Wednesday.--[?]use of the strike of New York dockers, which [?]ed sympathy strikes ...

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  17. TASTE OF HIS OWN MEDICINE

    LONDON, Wednesday.--With a bundle of 20 canes under his arm, Mr Eric Wildman, who calls himself president of the "National Society for the Retention of Corporal Punishment," visited a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. DROVER DIES AFTER ROADSIDE DISPUTE

    GEELONG, Thursday.--Dudley Michael Ward, 40, of Staughton Street, Meredith, 30 miles from Geelong, died late last night, after a quarrel with a motorist, while he was droving sheep. ...

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  19. [?]tion Of late [?]ator's Goods

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--Articles [?] were among the con[?] trunks addressed to [?]ow of the late Senator ...

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  20. Night Warmer

    Melbourne's overnight temperatures were 9 or 10 degrees above normal--until the wind twisted round from north to ...

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