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  3. STRIKES DELAY LABOUR'S OBJECTIVES

    THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR PARTY IS NOW URGING ALL AUSTRALIAN WORKERS TO SUBMIT THEIR DISPUTES TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY PROVIDED FOR THE ...

    Article : 579 words
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    FULL SCALE WOODEN "MOCK-UP" OF TUDOR II. aircraft in course of construction by Beaufort Division at Fishermen's Bend, for fuselage tests under Australian conditions. RAAF has ordered twelve Tudor II's for transport squadrons. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words
  5. NEW DISPUTE ON SYDNEY WATERFRONT

    SYDNEY, Wed: A new dispute occurred on the waterfront to-day, when 250 wharf labourers ceased work and three oversea ...

    Article : 178 words
  6. Victoria To Miss 20,000 Tons Of Coal

    Two ships, which were to have loaded 20,000 tons of coal, will not leave Newcastle this week because of insufficient coal allocations' for Victoria. Mr Cain, Premier, yesterday asked Mr Chifley to direct that ...

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  8. Increased Taxi Fares On June 1

    Alterations in charges by taxicabs and private hire cars were decided upon at a meeting of the City Council's licensed ...

    Article : 116 words
  9. No Welcome From Sultans For Mr MacDonald

    Malayan Sultans were not present and were not represented when Mr Malcolm MacDonald was installed as first ...

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  10. ATOMIC BOMB TEST FORCE J. LEAVES

    The US aircraft-carrier Shangrila, flagship of Navy Air Facilities, has sailed from San Diego (California) with ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. PETROL RATIONING WILL END "SOON AS POSSIBLE"

    SYDNEY, Wed: Petrol rationing would not be abolished in Australia until there were sufficient forward stocks to ensure ...

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  12. KARL FRANK HANGED IN PRAGUE

    Prague Radio says that Karl Hermann Frank was hanged yesterday. Former Nazi "protector" of ...

    Article : 46 words
  13. GOODS SMUGGLED BY PLANE

    SYDNEY, Wed: Passengers and crews on planes "from overseas were smuggling dutiable goods into Australia, Customs ...

    Article : 62 words
  14. SKYMASTER BEGINS FIRST NIGHT SERVICE TO PERTH

    The first Skymaster aircraft to fly the first non-stop night service from Melbourne to Perth left Essendon aerodrome ...

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  15. COAL AT MIRBOO IS BROWN

    Mr McKenzie, Minister for Mines, said last night that the coal sample discovered at Mirboo was brown coal. It was wet ...

    Article : 41 words
  16. Sir Stafford Cripps III in India

    Sir Stafford Cripps, who is visiting India with the British Cabinet Mission, has entered hospital in New Delhi. He is ...

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