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  3. LONDON 'OBLITERATED' BY WORST FOG IN MEMORY

    LONDON. — The worst fog in London's memory showed signs or lifting late yesterday, after almost 60 hours of yellow, impenetrable gloom and darkness. The fog provided good cover to thugs and spivs who went on a crime spree; it caused hundreds of accidents and brought ...

    Article : 402 words
  4. Two jobs for Mr. C.

    MELBOURNE. — Two of the first jobs awaiting the new Victorian Premier ...

    Article : 192 words
  5. Minister in Korea

    In Seoul during his visit to Korea, the Australian Minister for Air (Mr. M'Mahon right) met the President (Mr. Syngman Rhee, centre) and the Commanding General of the Korean Air Force (General Kim. left). The president and the general thanked Mr. M'Mahon for the gift of two K.A.A.F. Mustangs to the Republic of Korea Air ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 60 words
  6. Birth in lost ambulance

    Among some unusual, yet typical, incidents reported in blacked out London were the following:— An ambulance, lost in thr fog on its way to a ...

    Article : 270 words
  7. 25 KILLED IN RENEWED CASABLANCA UNREST

    CASABLANCA. — Police yesterday fired on 3000 demonstrators attempting to storm the Casablanca police station, killing nearly 25 Moroccans. Two French civilians were stabbed to death before troops restored order. Tension rose in French ...

    Article : 293 words
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  9. "Peeping Tom" [?] sought

    MELBOURNE.—The Supreme Court may rule on whether "peeping Toms" can escape punishment for being on ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. Monte Bello film in Australia

    SYDNEY — First official films of the Monte Bello atomic bomb explosion arrived in Sydney yesterday by air mail ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. Friday night shopping "trial" till Christmas

    Burnie retail traders decided yesterday to remain open for business till 9 p.m. on Fridays for the two weeks before the Christmas vacation and on Christmas Eve. If the "trial period" is successful, it is expected that Friday night shopping in Burnie will continue ...

    Article : 274 words
  12. Wasn't wary of cassowaries

    SYDNEY.—Two large birds attacked and severely injured a man in a pen at the Taronga Park zoo last night. ...

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  13. TAS. COAL SHIPMENTS TO PAKISTAN LIKELY SOON

    HOBART.—Tasmanian coal for Pakistan may be shipped from Launceston soon. Yesterday, a three-man coal mission from Pakistan received details from Government officers and coal mine owners about Tasmanian coal, including its calorific value and ash content. ...

    Article : 274 words
  14. TASMANIANS GET THEIR WINGS

    MELBOURNE — The names of the three Tasmanians who received their wings at a passing- out ceremony at Point ...

    Article : 81 words
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