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  4. Students At Sydney University See "Flying Saucers"; Professor F. 5. Cotton's Theory

    Twenty-two students at Sydney University yesterday morning saw "flying saucers," similar to those which have been reported in the United States and Canada, where army planes are standing by to pursue them. The students were taking part in an experiment conducted by Professor ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. FALL NEAR FLAMES

    A paper mill employee escaped injury after falling deep into a burning stack of paper at Botany last night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Czechs Agree To Attend Europe Talks

    PARIS, July 7. — The British United Press correspondent in Prague says that it has been officially announced ...

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  7. COLUMN 8

    UP to yesterday afternoon I had received more than £500 to enable the tuberculosis victim to get immediate treatment. ...

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  8. STEEL TALKS TO-DAY

    The national councils of the Ironworkers' Union and the Amalgamated Engineering Union will to-day discuss the steel dispute at Newcastle and Port ...

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  9. "Flying Saucers" Now In Canadian Skies

    NEW YORK, July 7 (A.A.P.).—"Flying saucers" have been reported over Canada for the first time, after ...

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  10. Bottle Charge On Prison Cells In N.Z. Troopship

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday (A.A.P.-Rcuter).—When the troopship Dunera was in Cook Strait on Saturday night a band ...

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  11. Secret Papers Divulged To Indonesia

    SINGAPORE, July 7 (A.A.P.-Reuter). — A Malay clerk, Rahmat Bin Ahmat, who was employed in the ...

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  12. Watersiders To Load Dutch Ship At Brisbane

    The general secretary of the Waterside Workers' Federation, Mr. J. Healy, said last night that the federation had ...

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  13. FIVE-DAY WEEK FOR SHOPS

    LITHGOW, Monday.— Lithgow to-night became the first centre in New South Wales to decide on a 40-hour week ...

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  14. Fare Revenue Up By £19,000

    An extra £19,000 was collected in tram and bus fares in the six days from Tuesday to Sunday, compared with the corresponding six ...

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  15. Australia Orders Two Aircraft Carriers From U.K.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. —Australia has ordered from Britain two aircraft carriers which will feature atomic ...

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  16. POST OFFICE'S RECORD

    MELBOURNE, Monday.— A record in revenue— £29,801,942—was recorded by the Commonwealth Postal ...

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  17. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    STEEL DISPUTE. — The national councils of the Iron[?] workers' Union and the Amalgamated Engineering Union will meet ...

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  18. Two Arrests At Pistol Point

    After firing a shot over the heads of two men, detectives arrested them near Cabramatta early this morning. ...

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  19. Police Searching For Injured Man

    Sydney police early this morning were searching for a man who may have a fractured skull. He is Robert Fraser, 40. ...

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  20. Talks To-day On Gas-men's Claim

    The claim by gas-workers to have the 40-hour week extended to those working under Federal awards will come before the Arbitration Court ...

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  21. BRITISH CROPS BELOW NORMAL

    LONDON, July 7 (A.A.P.).— British crops this year are likely to be well below normal, says "The Times." ...

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