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  3. Half Power Users Fail To Submit Proposals For Cut

    More than half the Sydney County Council's 8,000 industrial customers have still to tell the council how they intend to make the 30 per cent, reduction in week-day power ...

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  4. "SEARCHING INQUIRY" ORDERED Tragic Bus Crash

    The Acting Minister for Transport, Mr. W. F. Sheahan, said last night that he had called for a "searching inquiry" into the crash of a ...

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  5. SCENE AFTER BUS FELL FROM ROAD

    Volunteer rescue workers and injured at the scene of the [?] crash on the Senforth side of The Spit bridge, yesterday. In the foreground are the rear wheeks of the over[?] bus. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. COLUMN 8

    A READER has sent me a circular from the Queanbeyan branch of the A.L.P., which mentions, among other ...

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  7. Four Dead Women

    Mrs. WINIFRED MARY FULLER, 21, of Oxford Falls, French's Forest. ...

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  8. Rich Uranium Find On Old Mica Field

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Minister for Supply and Development, Senate[?] I. Armstrong, said to-day that Commonwealth scientists had proved there was a rich uranium fild at The Lone ...

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  9. Wrecked Safe, But Missed Large Payroll

    Cracksmen last night opened a Camperdown canister factory safe with a gelignite explosion heard half ...

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  10. BOLIVIAN RIOTS

    LA PAZ, May 30 (A.A.P.).—At least 100 striking tin miners and 50 Government troops were ...

    Article : 180 words
  11. BUS TALKS NOT HELD

    The conference between traffic police and Transport Department officers, which was to have been held yesterday to decide whether ...

    Article : 62 words
  12. LORRY OVER BANK

    KEMPSEY, Monday.—The driver of a heavy duty timber truck was killed instantly and three other occupants injured ...

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  13. Fire Causes £30,000 Damage At Two Redfern Factories

    A fire which swept through two factories at Redfern yesterday afternoon caused damage estimated at £30,000. [?]ty men narrowly escaped being burned to death. ...

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  14. On Other Pages

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  15. LATE NEWS PLAN FOR GERMANY

    LONDON, May 30 (A.A.P.).—At this afternoon's sessio of the Foreign Minister's Council in Paris, ...

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  16. "First Death In 17 Years"

    The secretary of the Motor Omnibus Employees' Union, Mr. A. Bagnell, said last night: "It is the first time in the 17 ...

    Article : 96 words
  17. KILLED IN THE CRASH

    MRS. A. GIBBS MRS. W. M. FULLER ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. EISLER SEEKS COMPENSATION

    LONDON, May 30 (A.A.P.). —The German-born American Communist leader, Gerhart Eisler, is claiming ...

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  19. U.S. AMBASSADOR

    WASHINGTON, May 30 (A.A.P.).—The nomination of former Representative Pete Jarman, of Alabama, ...

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