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    Japanese woolbuyers, Mr. R. Matsui (left) and Mr. K. Sakai, inspect some of the new season's clip at Dalgety's wool store at Miller's Point yesterday afternoon. Assisting them is Mr. R. Fisher. Wool sales begin in Sydney on Monday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    NEW YORK, August 27 (A.A.P.).—The Australian Ambassador to the United States, Sir Percy Spender, says that the world must become conditioned to living in a state of crisis for ...

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  4. Women At Convent Hurt "In Escapade"

    Two women injured at an Ashfield convent on Thursday night were apparently engaged on "a thoughtless ...

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  5. Shipowners Want Direct Control Of Labour On Waterfront

    Shipowners have asked the Federal Government to abolish the Australian Stevedoring Industry Board and allow the ship-owners themselves to control labour on the waterfront. The suggestion is contained in a report to the Federal Government ...

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  6. France In Turmoil On E.D.C.

    LONDON, August 27 (A.A.P.).—The European Defence Community Treaty dispute has raised the ...

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  7. Professor Of Greek Appointed

    Mr. G. P. Shipp, Reader in Comparative Philology, has been appointed to the Chair of Greek at the ...

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  8. Red China Raid On Island

    NEW YORK, August 27 (A.A.P.).—Chinese Communist soldiers made a hitrun raid on the Chinese ...

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  9. Sir D. Copland Likely For U.N. Post

    NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).— Correspondents at U.N. headquarters report strong backing for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Russians Building "World's Biggest Air Force"

    LONDON, August 27.—"Russia is building up the world's largest air force with planes that can fly higher, faster and longer than any other planes in the world," ...

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  11. Air Crash Survivors Are "Well"

    MELBOURNE, Friday. —The three survivors from the R.A.A.F. Dakota which crash-landed into the ...

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  13. U.S. Consults Allies On Atomic Pool

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—The State Department announced yesterday that the United States is ...

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  14. Shanghai's Welcome To Attlee

    LONDON, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.). — About 100 guests attended a civic banquet which the Mayor of ...

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    LONDON, August 27 (A.A.P.).—Britain will protest to Nationalist China against the shelling of the British ...

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  16. Mr. Tennant Has London Night Out

    LONDON, August 27.— The Hon. Colin Tennant spent his first night out after his visit to Balmoral Castle ...

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  17. Gaoled For Wild Drive

    MELBOURNE, Friday. —An 18-year-old bricklayer was to-day sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment for ...

    Article : 188 words
  18. Divers Seek Spanish Armada Treasure

    LONDON, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—Divers yesterday began moving silt from the floor of Tobermory Bay, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Likely Tea Rise Next Week

    The retail price of tea in New South Wales is expected to rise by 1/1 a lb early next week. ...

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  20. Japan Plans New Policy

    TOKYO, August 27 (A.A.P.-Reuter).—A Liberal Party spokesman to-day said that a party sub-committee ...

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    RANGOON, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—Four Kachin chieftains and several Thai headmen in north-east Burma have ...

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  22. "Life" Features Molnar Humour

    NEW YORK, August 27. —This week's issue of "Life" magazine devotes two pages te a group of ...

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  23. U.S. AID

    NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (A.A.P.).—President Eisenhower yesterday signed legislation authorising expenditure ...

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