Ben Nurse, of Auburn, and Denis Burke, of King's Cross, wade back to the Right Imperial Cave, Jenolan, after their unsuccessful attempt last Sunday to discover a new underground cave by swimming through a flooded tunnel. They are watched by Bruce Bobbin, of King's Cross (left), and Fred Stewart, of Burwood (right). All are members of an expedition organised by the Sydney University Spelacological Society and the Department of Tourist Activities. (Other pictures, p. 5; article, p. 2.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 82 words
NEW YORK, June 8 (A.A.P.).—Allied and Communist delegates to-day signed an agreement on the exchange of prisoners, leaving only minor administrative matters to be finalised before a full armistice is signed to end the ...Article : 334 words
WHEN they were testing a speed recorder, known as the "Enoscope," yesterday, the Minister for ...Article : 498 words
Correspondents in Korea are confident [?] the truce will come before the third ...Article : 406 words
An effort to settle the bus strike, which caused inconvenience to thousands of passengers in the eastern suburbs yesterday, will be made at a compulsory conference at 10.30 a.m. to-day. Federal Conciliation ...Article : 363 words
LONDON, June 8 (A.A.P.).—The Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference decided ...Article : 247 words
MELBOURNE, Monday.—The first Australian-built Canberra jet bomber will probably be ...Article : 277 words
A South Korean Gov[?]ment offcial said President Eisenhower's pro[?]sal was quite ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 752 words
The strike yesterday threw idle about 800 men and women engaged in the maintenance, driving, and ...Article : 467 words
LONDON, June 8 (A.A.P.). —The Queen returned to Buckingham Palace to-day from Windsor Castle where ...Article : 29 words
Empire Prime Ministers overwhelmingly favour U.N. seat for Communist China, (p. 3) ...Article : 138 words
Reginald John Puckeridge, 42, of President Avenue, Sutherland, fell under a train and was killed while ...Article : 212 words
BERLIN, June 8 (A.A.P.). — Father Philip Joseph Crosbie, the Australian Roman Catholic priest ...Article : 81 words
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