Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 8. August 3, 1959
You Said It
You Said It
The Free Ambulance was quickly on the scent, but Mr——was dead on arrival at Wellington Hospital.—Dominion.
Conference ends National Party.—Dominion headline.
Visitors to Wellington are invited to look through our frocks, blouses, coats, knitwear.—Advt. Evening Post.
Three Maoris attack tax-driver and make off in car.—Dominion.
Bereavement Notice: Mr and Mrs——wish to extend their grateful thanks to all for messages, gifts and flowers on their diamond wedding anniversary.—Dominion.
Lost between New Commercial and Glenmore Street, one rear end.—Dominion.
Britain's leading sprinter, Peter Radford, broke his own England record for 100yds with 9m. 5s. in the Wadilove Trophy meeting at Birmingham.—Dominion.
Police officers were in the ambulance which took 30-year-old Podola to St. Stephens Hospital and remained at his side.—Dominion.
The jolts were sufficient to rattle windows which are not uncommon in Wanganui's sandy areas.—Dominion.
If there is a single answer to this enigma, it remains a mystery.—Dominion.
The Chief of Air Staff, Rear-Admiral J. M. Villiers.—Dominion.
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