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  2. FRIGATE LOADS STORES FOR KOREAN SERVICE

    At Garden Island yesterday ratings were loading stores in the frigate H.M.A.S. Murchison, which will sail for service in Korean waters next Wednesday. The frigate will relieve H.M.A.S. Bataan, which has been in Korean waters since last July. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. SHIPPERS RAISE FREIGHTS

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday. —Shipping companies to-night announced a surcharge of 50 per cent. on cargoes to and from New Zealand, ...

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  4. COLUMN 8

    AMONG Prof. Cotton's many inventions is a suit to stop airmen getting blackouts. ...

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  5. ZONING MEANS WORK TO-DAY

    To-day, under power zoning, industry will work an organised shift for the first time on a Saturday since the introduction of the ...

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  6. BLACKOUTS LIKELY TO-DAY

    The Electricity Commissioner, Mr. H. G. Conde, said last night: "The first complete 5-day ...

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  7. ALL QUIET, SAYS HOLLAND

    Mr. Holland said to-night that all was quiet in New Zealand, there was no hysteria and more ...

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  8. SUDDEN BUS STRIKE CALLED AT NIGHT

    NEWCASTLE, Friday. —A strike by the crews of 40 buses to-night delayed transport between ...

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  9. Initiative In Korea Taken By U.N.; Limited Offensive

    TOKYO, May 4 (A.A.P.).—The Allies took the initiative along the whole Korea front to-day and launched a series of limited offensives. ...

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  10. MILK RATION CUT AGAIN BY 12½ P.C.

    Another cut of 12½ per cent. in the domestic milk ration was announced yesterday by the secretary of ...

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  11. "Herald" Novel Awards

    The "Herald" to-day announces its awards in the novel section of its 1950-51 Literary ...

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  12. CAHILL SEEKS SHORT CUTS

    The Minister for Local Government, Mr. J. J. Cahill, said last night that at the special conference ...

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  13. 1,200 WORK AT AUCKLAND

    More than 1,200 men worked cargo on Auckland wharves to-day, compared with a daily average of ...

    Article : 311 words
  14. AIRPORT GUARD

    Qantas Empire Airways yesterday doubled the night guard on aircraft at Kingsford-Smith Airport and Rose Bay ...

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  15. NO "OPERATION PIGEON"

    LONDON, May 4 (A.A.P.). —Seven thousand carrier pigeons were to have been released when the King arrived ...

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  16. RATS PLAGUE Q'LAND TOWN

    BRISBANE, Friday. — Parents are compelled to protect infants from hundreds of marauding rats in the central ...

    Article : 55 words
  17. Marrickville Man, 45, Sees For First Time

    Mr. William J. Smith, of Denby Street, Marrickville, was able to see last Wednesday for the first ...

    Article : 378 words
  18. On Other Pages

    ULTIMATUM. — General MacArthur said America should send Red China an ultimatum to leave Korea or ...

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  19. LATE NEWS

    LONDON, May 4 (A.A.P.). —Scores after the second round of the "News Chronicle" tournament at ...

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  20. Important Serial Opening In "Sunday Herald"

    TRANSLATED into 18 languages, "The 25th Hour" has been widely recognised as one of the most powerful and important novels to come out of Europe since the war ended. ...

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  21. GUNPOINT ARREST

    Early this morning a nightwatchman arrested a man and a youth at gunpoint outside a garage in ...

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