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  3. RIDGEWAY MAKES TERMS FOR TRUCE TALKS

    General Ridgway said to-day the Korean cease fire conference can be resumed without delay if llie Communists give certain guarantees. ...

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  4. Victorian Football Team at Manuka Oval

    Victorian Football Association coach, W. [?] giving final instructions yesterday to players who will represent the Association [?] the championship match against the Australian Amateurs at Manuka Oval this afternoon ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 38 words
  5. Mutual Defence Pact By U.S., Australia And N.Z. Announced

    Details of a mutual Pacific defence pact between Australia, New Zealand and the United States were released in Canberra yesterday. Under the treaty, which has yet to receive ratification from ...

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  6. BLOODSHED IN RIOTS AT GUATEMALA CITY

    It is officially admitted that three persons were killed and 30 others were still in hospital following anti-Communist [?] in Guatemala City yesterday. ...

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  7. BRITISH TALKS IN WASHINGTON ON ECONOMICS

    Commonwealth Finance Ministers or their representatives will hold secret talks in Washington early in September on ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. General Bradley Optimistic

    General Omar Bradley, [?] man of the American Joint Chiefs of Staff, is reported to be definitely optimistic about the ...

    Article : 52 words
  9. SENATE TO SIT TO-DAY ON DEFENCE BILL

    For the first time in 13 years, the Senate will sit on a Saturday, when it debates the Defence Preparations Bill to-day. ...

    Article : 129 words
  10. WOOL DOWN 25 PER CENT AT LONDON SALES

    Wool men were divided in opinion after merino prices showed a 25 per cent decline at the first day of the July wool ...

    Article : 167 words
  11. RED CROSS TALKS IN KOREA

    Anticipating that the present truce taiks between United Nations and North Korean forces will be successful, Sir John ...

    Article : 77 words
  12. MR. CASEY SEES SECURITY PACT AS LANDMARK

    The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Casey) said in the House of Representatives to-day that the Government must ...

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  13. JET AIRLINERS TO CUT TRANSPACIFIC TIME

    Comet jet airliners will be flying the Pacific to Australia within a year, reducing the journey between Honolulu and ...

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  14. HIGH U.S. OFFICIALS SUSPENDED ON LOYALTY CHARGES

    Two high-ranking officials of the State Department have been suspended to await hearings on undisclosed security eharges ...

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  15. N.Z. Parliament Rises For Elections

    Within three weeks of its beginning the New Zealand Parliamentary session ended to-night. Only 26 of the 80 members ...

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  16. SOLDIERS SAY "GET CEASE FIRE, THEN ARGUE."

    Most frontline soldiers who heard of the breakdown in the Korean cease-fire negotiations said "Let's get a cease fire ...

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  17. 12 PERISH IN KANSAS FLOODS

    Record-breaking floods surged over Eastern and Central Kansas, leaving 12 dead and millions of dollars in property ...

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  18. Allowance for Princess Margaret at 21

    A special bill ensuring that Princess Margaret will receive nn annual allowance of £6,000 sterling when she turns 21 on ...

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  19. LORD ACCEPTS CHALLENGE TO "PUB CRAWL"

    Lord [?] old [?] the stately House of Lords last night by challenging Lord Lucas, ...

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  20. Truman Invites Princess Elizabeth to U.S.

    President Truman, without elaboration, told his weekly Press conference that he had yesteiday sent ...

    Article : 180 words
  21. ASPIRING GODIVAS

    [?] Five Sydney and Melbourne girls and an undisclosed number of Dubbo girls have applied to take the part of ...

    Article : 38 words
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