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  • FRANCE SEARCHES FOR LEADER Call To Pinay As Crisis Grows From Our Staff Correspondent and A.A.P.

    LONDON, March 3.—In an attempt to restore France's political and economic stability, President Auriol to-day called on M. Antoine Pinay to form a Government. He accepted the invitation. ... [Article] (936 words)
  • Jap. Ship Boycott By Tally Clerks

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.—Wharf clerks in Newcastle to-day refused to tally bunkers ... [Article] (279 words)
  • 37 Killed As French Plane Hits Birds, Crashes

    PARIS March 3 (A.A.P.).—A four-engined Air France airliner crashed and burnt near ... [Article] (319 words)
  • Pilot Remade Plane After Crash

    DARWIN. Monday.—A British aviator has reached Darwin after a nightmare flight through Indonesia. ... [Article] (181 words)
  • Radio Men Told Big Defence Contracts Soon

    The Minister for Defence Production, Mr. Eric J. Harrison, told a deputation from the Radio and Telephone Manufacturers' Association of N.S.W. yesterday ... [Article] (388 words)
  • KOREA-BOUND TROOPS WAVE FAREWELL TO SYDNEY AS SHIP LEAVES CIRCULAR QUAY Sydney Wishes Good Luck To Troops Off To War

    About 7,000 people yesterday went to No. 2 wharf, Circular Quay, to bid farewell and wish good luck to troops of the 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, and New Zealand reinforcements, who left on the troopship Devonshire for the ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (754 words)
  • 400 Go On Strike At Mascot

    Four hundred maintenance workers employed by Qantas Empire Airways at ... [Article] (217 words)
  • Contributors To Surf Fund Thanked

    The "Herald" has received the following letter from the president of the Surf Life Saving ... [Article] (306 words)
  • WIFE SEES TRAGEDY Husband Killed

    A wife saw her husband killed in Botany Road, Mascot, yesterday. A police report said that the ... [Article] (262 words)
  • Free Drinks To Mark Irish Black Ban From Our Staff Correspondent

    LONDON, March 3.— There were free drinks at James Downey's public house in Dun Laoghaire, ... [Article] (168 words)
  • H.M.A.S. TOBRUK BACK TO-DAY

    The destroyer H.M.A.S. Tobruk, which has completed five months' service with the United Nations fleet in Korcan ... [Article] (57 words)
  • COLUMN 8

    THE new 6½d stamp is bound to be confused with the 3½d issue. In form both are identical ... [Article] (468 words)
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