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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST:

    Cool, cloudy. ...

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    The Sydney waterfront was idle again yesterday because the waterside workers refused to work when two were suspended; The men will report for work on Monday. ...

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    CANBERRA Friday.--The Federal Government will use the guillotine to pass through Parliament next month legislation to gain secret ballots in trade unions and to amend the Arbitration Act and reconstitute the ...

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  7. New Ministers Are Jubilant

    NEW CABINET MINISTERS were sworn in yesterday at Government House. Canberra. With the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) after the ceremony are: From left: The Minister for the Interior and Works and Housing (Mr. Kent Hughes), Mr. Menzies, the Minister for Territories (Mr. Hasluck) and the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Cricketers' Deep Sigh of Relief

    "The Age" London. Cpt. More than 15,000 cricket clubs all over Britain, from the M.C.C., down to ...

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  9. U.K. Bans Strategic Goods for Red China

    LONDON, May 11 (A.A.P.).--The British Government yesterday decided to give full support to the United States proposal calling on United Nations members to stop trading with Communist China. ...

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  10. Pet Poodles Get Food De Luxe

    A former British army officer John Eldred, has turned from insurance broking to. catering for dogs' individual ...

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  11. Cured [?]

    CHICAGO, May 11. In a final but unavailing effort to win back his wife, Richard Michalak, 25, ...

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  12. Heavy U.S. Wheat Loss

    Dry weather and insects took, toll of about 44,000,000 bushels of winter wheat during April. ...

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    KING FREDERIK OF DENMARK was made a Knight of the Garter at a ceremony at Windsor Castle on Thursday. This radiogram shows him arriving with Queen Ingrid at the Danish Embassy in London to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Another Rise in Shipping Freights

    SYDNEY, Friday.--Inter-State shipping freights Mill rise by amounts ranging from 36 to 46 a ton on Monday. The increase, equivalent, to ...

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  16. Have 'The Age' Delivered

    Owing to restrictions on newsprint supplies to Australia, It is most important that the number of unsold ...

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  17. West Studies Soviet Proposal

    The three Western deputies met this morning to consider M. Gromyko's two alterations to the Western agenda for a ...

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  18. No Discussion on Future of Formosa

    LONDON, May 11.--The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Morrison) told the House of Commons today that it would be premature to discuss the future of Formosa so ...

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  19. Gipsies Seek Better Life

    Britain's gipsies went to Whitehall this week In quest of a better life. Startled Government officials ...

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  21. Danish King Farewelled

    King Frederik and Queen Ingrid of Denmark left London today after a three-day-State visit, and king George Queen ...

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  22. Mr. Dewey in Critical Mood

    NEW YORK, May 11 (A.A.P.).--In addressing the State Republican annual dinner Governor Thomas Dewey said that the United States Government's ...

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  23. R.A.F. Orders New Fighters

    Vickers Armstrongs announced yesterday the Royal Air Forcve had ordered numbers of Swift Jet fighters--its ...

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  24. 32 Hurt in Bomb Explosion

    Thirty-two people including 13 Gurkha soldiers, were injured last night when a grenade exploded in a cinema In ...

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    THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL (MR. McKELL), the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) and the Treasurer (Mr. Fadden) leaving Government House, Canberra, alter the swearing-in of Cabinet Ministers, yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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