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  4. DIVE BOMBERS LOOSE AERIAL TORPEDOES

    KOREA, Wed. (A.A.P.Reuter) U.S. Navy Skyraider dive bombers today attacked the Hwachon reservoir dams and floodgates with aerial ...

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  5. POLICE BATONS END MARCH BY N.Z. STRIKERS

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday (A.A.P.Reuter): A march of 1000 strikers today from the Wellington Trades Hall to Parliament House was broken up by police using batons. ...

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  6. ADMIRAL'S SALUTE ALMOST AT SEA

    BREATHLESS after a rare naval emergency, Vice Admiral Collins, Chief of the Naval Staff, on Tuesday ran on to Essendon ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. POTATO PRICES RAISED

    SYDNEY, Wednesday: An Increase of ½d to 4½d a 1b in the retail prices of potatoes, in the Sydney metropolitan area ...

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  8. PROFESSOR OLIPHANT'S OPERATION

    CANBERRA, Wed.: Professor Oliphant, director of Physical Sciences at the National University here has been operated ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. "Magic Fire" Nearly Destroys Opera House

    GENEVA, Wed. (A.A.P.): Technicians in the Geneva Grand Theatre yesterday rehearsed the Magic Fire ...

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  10. More Evidence In "Poisoned Chocolate" Case

    NYNGAN, Wednesday: He had once challenged to fight a man charged with attempting to administer poison to him with ...

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  11. Copland Says Taxes Must Be Increased

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday: Taxation would have to be railed if the Federal Government wished to produce a Budget surplus and carry out at the same time heavy development works and defence, ...

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  12. Two Gaoled; Drove Stolen Car 6000 Miles

    SYDNEY, Wednesday : Two young men who had been in unlawful possession of a car which they drove for 6000 miles ...

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  13. Seamen Strike on Wanganella in Sympathy

    SYDNEY, Wednesday: The Trans Tasman liner Wanganella is tied up in Sydney because seameen refuse to man the ship ...

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  14. CHURCHILL'S MOTION FAILS IN COMMONS

    LONDON, Wednesday (AAP): The Conservatives' bid to unseat the Government over the raw materials shortage failed last ...

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  15. No Confidence Motion Moved Over Blackouts

    SYDNEY, Wednesday: The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Treatt) moved a motion of no confidence in the Government in the Legislative Assembly today. ...

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  16. Fiery Speeches In Egypt; Treaty Torn up

    CAIRO, Wednesday (A.A.P.): A deputy symbolically tore up a copy of the Anglo Egyptian Treaty in Parliament last night and called on Egypt to take similar action against Britain to the action taken by ...

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  18. Fadden Replies to Criticism

    CANBERRA, Wed.: Members' of the Taxpayers' Association would be well advised to await the details of the Government's ...

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  20. Strike Threat to Sydney Gas Supplies

    SYDNEY, Wednesday: A strike of key A.E.U. men on the northern coalfields threatens to disrupt Sydney gas supplies. ...

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  21. U.K. Concerned Over Persian Oil Nationalisation

    LONDON, Wednesday (AAP): Britain would not negotiate a settlement of the oil dispute under duress, the British Foreign ...

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  22. SNOWY STRIKE THREAT; NO FOOD FOR TWO DAYS?

    SYDNEY, Wednesday: About 400 men employed on the Snowy Mountains hydro electric project threaten to go on strike ...

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