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    Six thousand Sydney watersiders and all Melbourne seamen are expected to return to work today pending new developments in the Australia wide waterfront dispute. ...

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  7. And No One Was Injured

    A BLOW-OUT caused this car (left) to smash a lamp post and skid for 70 yards, finishing where the arrow is pointing in the right hand picture. The accident happened on Saturday afternoon, in Victoria-street, Moonee Ponds. The driver was not hurt. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir Thomas Blarney, the first and only Australian soldier to be appointed a Field Marshal, died in Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Iraki Oil Royalties Increased

    The Premier, Nuri Es Said, told the Senate yesterday the Government had reached agreement in principle with ...

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  10. Anglo-Persian Oil Dispute for World Court

    LONDON, May 27.--The British Government and the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company yesterday took simultaneous, but separate, action in The Hague to place the Persian oil dispute before the International Court of ...

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  11. Road Toll: Four Dead, 100 Hurt

    The week-end, road accident toll--four dead and more than 100 injured--was the ...

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    FIREMEN STRUGGLE to extinguish smouldering newsprint in the hold of the Graigwen, at Victoria Dock on Saturday. They succeeded, after 100 rolls had been destroyed by fire and 100 damaged by water. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Miners Defy Council Order

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--Miners from five pits at Rosewood, near Ipswich, are joining, in the revolt against the Miners ...

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  14. Praise for Empire Troops

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--"I have never heard such praise for any unit as I heard in Korea for the Australians and the ...

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  15. Men Hurt in Ship Mishap

    Pinned under timber after a hatch cover and planking had fallen into a hold of the Alcyon Hope at ...

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  18. Mixed & Goods Trains Crash

    BRISBANE, Sunday.--Damage of about £25,000 was caused when a mixed train crashed into the rear of a ...

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  19. Allies Cross Parallel; Chinese Armies Routed

    TOKIO, May 27 (A.A.P.,).--United Nations troops swarmed over the 38th Parallel today, turning the retreat of an estimated 150,000 Communists into a rout. The Allies crossed in ...

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  20. Must be Ready for Peace Offer

    The Canadian Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Lester Pearson) yesterday said the United Nations must hold ...

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  22. Eire Holding a General Election

    Irish voters will go to polls on Wednesday to decide the future of Ireland's most dominant political figure--Eamon ...

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