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  2. Advertising

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  3. Two days in long Bay MELBOURNE VICAR GOES TO GAOL OVER £2

    SYDNEY, Monday: A Melbourne clergyman was sent to gaol for 48 hours today for refusing to pay £2 court costs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 366 words

    HOLLYWOOD, Monday: Humphrey Bogart, 56, screen tough guy, died today from cancer. He was still optimistic about his hopes of recovery as late as Saturday night, but ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 304 words
  5. What Goes On

    THEY OPENED a new branch of the Commonwealth Bank at Bendigo fairly recently. Nice ...

    Article : 371 words
  6. Khrush made a pass at Tito's wife—

    LONDON, Monday: The Soviet leader, Mr. Khrushchev had drunk too much plum brandy. He tried to kiss Marshal Tito's wife. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 229 words
  7. I.R.A. chiefs arrested

    DUBLIN, Ireland, Monday: Police arrested the headquarters staff of the outlawed Irish Republican ...

    Article : 28 words
  8. Court told of man who... TOOK CAR TO DECOY POLICE

    BENALLA, Monday: A young man had admitted he took a policeman's car to lure him away from an hotel he was raiding late on Saturday night, [?]enalla Court was told ...

    Article : 251 words
  9. Shipping fares to rise

    The P. & O. Co.. Orient Line, and Blue Funnel Line yesterday announced big increases in passenger and ...

    Article : 77 words

    THE NAVY'S smallest ship, the 600-ton supply ship H.M.A.S. Woomera, was lucky to be afloat when it docked for repairs to its plates and machinery yesterday. ...

    Article : 233 words
  11. Bookie sues a punter

    Well-known bookmaker Ray Millard, of Greensborough, took out a Supreme Court writ yesterday suing ...

    Article : 46 words

    Today will be hot—hotter than yesterday—with temperatures around 90. But the Weather Bureau ...

    Article : 82 words



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