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  3. Tremors Shake Towns In Mid-North

    Earth tremors, accompanied by loud rumblings shook towns in the Mid-North soon after 2 p.m. yesterday. Little damage was reported, but many people, recalling the earthquake near Adelaide last March, ran into the streets. ...

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  4. All Fighter Planes Back Here Soon

    When No. 78 Fighter Wing returned from Malta early in the New Year, the entire RAAF ...

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  5. Talks On Atomic War

    The West's Big Three Foreign Ministers will meet in Paris today to discuss how to seek a peaceful settlement with Russia—but also how to resort to atomic warfare should the ...

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  6. Test Eve Practice

    New figures in the Australian side for the second Test Match in Sydney, at yesterday's practice at the nets for the match which will start today. From left—Billy Watson, Arthur Morris (captain) and Jim Burke, who is padding up. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. 'QUAKES HIT 2 U.S. STATES

    Two rolling earthquakes shook a wide area of California and Neveda early today, but ...

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  8. Not To Die For Cowardice

    Cowardice in the face of the enemy will no longer be punished by death in the Army and Air ...

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  9. NEW HOTEL LAW AWAITS ASSENT

    Unless a special meeting of Executive Council is held, festivities planned for next week to ...

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  10. RAIN FLOODS PART OF TEST GROUND

    Torrential rain fell continuously for on hour in Sydney tonight, but it is not believed to have penetrated the covers on the Sydney Cricket Ground wicket for the Second Test which will start tomorrow. ...

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  11. Red Side On Arms Stacking

    Marshal Georgi Zhukov, the wartime Soviet Army chief who led the Russian troops ...

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  12. SPECIAL BUILDINGS FOR POLAR BASE

    The polar stop Kista Dan will take specially designed prefabricated buildings for the ...

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  13. U.S. Stars Defeat Swedes

    US Davis Cup star Tony Trabert in action in his match against Sven Davidson in the Davis Cup interzone final at Brisbane yesterday. Trabert won, 6—4, 6—3. 6—4. In the other single yesterday. Vic Seixas ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. FIRST AIRPORT LANDING

    Last night I helped christen West Beach airport by taking off and landing in the first plane to use the airfield. ...

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  16. Plane Fares May Rise

    The managing director of Australian National Airways (Capt. I. N. Holyman) said ...

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  17. 5,000 Riot Over Cyprus Decision

    Riots against the British and Americans over the Cyprus issue flared up in Salonika today. ...

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  19. Constitution Reform Move By P.M.

    The Prime Minister said today he, was considering the formation of an all-party committee ...

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  20. Bystanders Ignore Calls For Aid

    Three small boys today unsuccessfully tried to convince bystanders that one of their ...

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  21. Seamen Decline Jobs Afloat Over Christmas

    Several hundred seamen will have Christmas dinner at home this year — at a cost of many thousands of ...

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  22. Wonderful Feature For Christmas

    There could be no more fitting Christmas feature than the publication in "The Sunday Advertiser" tomorrow of the first long instalment of Fulton Qursler's ...

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  23. Sound Shell To Be Handed Over Today

    The public will have its first opportunity to enjoy music from "The Advertiser" Sound Shell ...

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  24. Bridge Referred For Enquiry

    A Government proposal for a £500,000 high-level road bridge across the River Murray at Blanchetown was ...

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  25. Only Child To Sail On Lake Eyre

    Heather Murrell, 4, daughter of Padre Vie Murrell of the Australian Inland Mission, who ...

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  26. Lights For "The Advertiser" Sound Shell

    Last night's test of the flood-lighting of "The Advertiser" Sound Shell in Elder Park. The shell will be officially banded over to the Adelaide City Council this afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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