SAIGON, Sun.—The French Commander-in-chief (General Paul Ely) has pledged himself to defend Hanoi and no evacuate the city without a fight. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 397 words
DERBY, Sun.—The first tired drivers in the 9,600 mile round-Australia reliability trial checked in at Derby at 10.55 o'clock tonight. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 655 words
Two control point officials, Mr. Jack Brewster (left) and Mr. John Kitching, of Sydney arrived in Perth during the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 53 words
DERBY, Sun.—A native was killed and four others were injured, one seriously, today when a truck in which they ...Article : 110 words
BRISBANE, Sun.—ad weather prevented a Flying Doctor plane from reaching Brisbane yesterday with a seriously ill ...Article : 75 words
Moderate to heavy rains were extending last night into many parts of the agricultural areas after nearly a fortnight of cold, dry weather. The system which ...Article : 332 words
SYDNEY, Sun.—A pigeon flew home to its former owner yesterday, ten years after it had, been sold and taken away. ...Article : 47 words
Drivers on the trial may encounter trouble north and south of Meekatharra. Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ...Article : 84 words
Steve Zoranich, the West Australian boxer, will leave for the British Empire Games in Vancouver on Thursday night if he ...Article : 119 words
LONDON, Sun.—Don Luis Bernadino, first secretary at the Dominican Embassy in London, died in hospital today from wounds received in a shooting affray last night. ...Article : 360 words
LONDON, Sun.—Axwell colliery at Whickham, in County Durham, a coalmine which was first ...Article : 61 words
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