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  4. BUREAU FORECAST

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  5. Strangled Girl's Mother Tells Detectives:

    "Only recently a man told my daughter he could not live without her," Mrs Walters, mother of Carmen Walters, 19-year-old railway porteress, of Glencairn Avenue, East ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Stalin Talks With Peace Envoy In Moscow

    LONDON, Tuesday.--Stalin yesterday talked for one and half hours with the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Trygve Lie, who is visiting Moscow in an effort to end the cold war. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 341 words
  7. Gold lace

    ANOTHER RING for the uniform of the First Naval Member, Vice-Admiral Collins, is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Ballarat Races

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  9. SYDNEY TALKS

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--Already the British Commonwealth conference on aid for South-East ...

    Article : 264 words
  10. Girl Reared In Jungle Spurns White Parents

    SINGAPORE, Monday.--Eight years ago, [?]n the Japanese armies were sweeping [?]th, a Dutch couple in Java entrusted their [?]year-old daughter to their Malay nurse ...

    Article : 423 words
  11. Sufferers Through Japs Differ On Tennis Ban

    Was the council of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia right in its decision at a meeting last night to oppose the re-entry of Japan to the Davis Cup competition? ...

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  12. Compton Has Knee Trouble

    LONDON, Monday.--Denis Compton is suffering a recurrence of the knee trouble for which he had an operation in ...

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  13. Bad Roads Cut Coal Output

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.--Six western coal mines were still idle following the refusal of truck drivers to transport coal ...

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  14. [?]RCY DOCTOR [?]ES UP LAND

    [?]DIA (New Hampshire), [?]y.--Dr. Hermann San[?]day stopped ploughing [?] there had been "too ...

    Article : 77 words
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  16. Stricken ship breaks back

    PICTUREGRAM FROM BRISBANE this afternoon shows the British freighter Marietta Dal broken in half ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. [?] HO, HO! AND [?] BOTTLE [?]OF RUM

    [?]NIDAD (West Indies, Monday--Four small [?] are missing, and the [?]mer grows stronger that ...

    Article : 93 words
  18. More Fighting In Indonesia

    JAKARTA, Tuesday.--A Defence Ministry spokesman today confirmed early reports of an outbreak of fighting in ...

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  19. 4 MILES WAS "LIGHT RUN" FOR CUP TEAM

    LONDON, Monday.--The Australian Davis Cup players began their first day in Britain with a training workout which staggered many Wimbledon residents--a four-mile run around Wimbledon Common on a chilly ...

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  20. Her wood was short by 1½ tons

    AN Elsternwick housewife was robbed of 1½ tons of firewood today. The inspector for the South-Eastern Weights ...

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  21. London Talks On Malaya Aid

    LONDON, Monday.--The Chief of the Australian General Staff, Lieut.-Generai Rowell, who arrived here on ...

    Article : 95 words
  22. AND A BRITISH TANKER IS FIRED UPON

    [?]CAO (Dutch West Indies).--British and [?]eulan consulates were investigating a report today [?] the British ocean tanker Nayadis was fired upon on [?] by a ship flying Venezuelan colors. ...

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  23. Died Of Wound

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.--Leslie Alfred Morton, 37, of Baring-hup, who was admitted to Bendigo Base Hospital on Sunday ...

    Article : 31 words
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