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  3. U.S. Move On Soviet Jamming

    When the US Ambassa- dor to Russia (Adml Kirk) saw Marshal Stalin on Monday he asked for the ...

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    A Bill lo enable the AMP Society and other approved persons to carry out plane for the development and settlement of Crown Lands was introduced in the Assembly yesterday by the Minister of Lands ...

    Article : 348 words
  5. New Hope For Industry In Oil Tests

    Use of heavy residual oil by SA railways and power plants might eventually make the State considerably less dependent on NewCastle coal. the president of the SA ...

    Article : 351 words
  6. New R.A.N. Commander

    The appointment of R-Adml. J. A. S. E[?]des as Flog Officer Commanding the Australian Feet far two years ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Bulgarian Boy As S.A. Footballer

    Only five months after arrival in Australia, Victor Vasileff second from left), a 13-year-old Bulgarian, has been selected as a SA representative for the schoolboys' interstate Australian Rules football carnival to begin in Adelaide on Tuesday. Last night, the Mayor of Henley and Grange (Mr. G. T. Gurner) honored Victor's quick achievement by presenting him with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Unions Pay Funds Into Court

    Three unions today paid into the Federal Arbitration Court a total of £54700 withdrawn on the day the ...

    Article : 477 words
  9. Queensland Support For Petrol Control

    Reproduction of petrol ) rationing under Commonwealth Government control is almost certain to be ...

    Article : 268 words
  10. N.Z. To Cut Dollar Demands

    New Zealand bad agreed to reduce its demands on dollar resources by redesigning her import ...

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  11. Three-Shift Day For Open-Cuts

    From Monday, all open-cut mines in New South Wales will begin working three eighthour shifts a day as part of the Joint Coal Board's plans to boost output. ...

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  12. "Deprived Of My Liberty," says Archbishop

    Archbishop Beran of Czechoslovakia has broken a two months' silence to his ...

    Article : 181 words
  13. Secret Red Activities Along Baltic

    The 200-mile Baltic coast of the Russian zone of Germany has recently become the scene of increasing "bush- ' ...

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  14. Greek Rebels "In Flight"

    Defeated Greek rebels were reported yesterday to have streamed into Albania as Greek Government troops ...

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  15. Last Lap Plea To Gas Users

    Gas users were asked yesterday to cut consumption to the absolute minimum to help maintain the present ...

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    A special meeting of the Ascot Park Soccer Club last night condemned statements made at a Marion ...

    Article : 205 words
  17. Bathroom Too Cold For Miners

    The Steelworks colliery in western New South Wales, with a normal output of 546 tons of coal a day. was idle today ...

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  18. Petrol Famine Fears Discounted

    Fears expressed by the Director of Rationing (Mr. J.B. Cumming) of a petrol famine this summer were discounted ...

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  19. Woman Flier In Iceland

    REYKJAVIK (Iceland)- British woman flier Mrs. Morrow-Tait, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The Federal executive of the Plumbers' Union yesterday completed its enquiry into circumstances surrounding the removal ...

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  21. Four Mines Idle In Queensland

    Four mines are still idle on the Ipswich coalfield because of the sign-on dispute. Queensland miners were ...

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  22. Red-Led Union Quits A.L.P.

    The Communist – controlled Building Workers" Industrial Union has broken away from the Australian Labor ...

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  23. Red Newspapers Attacked

    Moderates strongly criticised Communist newspapers in Victoria and New South Wales for publishing "vicious attacks" on ACTU advocates in the basic wage case, at a meeting today of the ACTU interstate ...

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  24. AWU-ACTU Merger Hint

    A hint that the Australian Workers' Union might soon affiliate with the ACTU was given at tonight's meeting of ...

    Article : 94 words
  25. Man Knocked Down And Robbed

    Arthur Wright Davis, transport driver, or Plympton, reported to the police that he was assaulted and robbed in ...

    Article : 78 words
  26. Schoolboy And 10/- Horse

    Henley Council officials, unable to sell at anything near its true value an aged gelding, impounded for more than a month at Henley Beach, eventually sold the horse recently to persistent Brian Dodd. of George street. Thebarton for 10/. Yesterday's picture of Brian and his horse. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Intruders who broke into Ryan's Emporium. Jetty road. Glenelg. on Wednesday night stole about 15 suits of clothes ...

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    The application of Increased charges for electric power and light to all accounts from September 1 had been described ...

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  29. Gold And Dollar Drain Forecast

    The belief was current today in unofficial London financial quarters that a New York report that the ...

    Article : 77 words
  30. Farmer Hit By Chaff Cutter Box

    While chaff cutting on his farm near Bordertown, Mr. G. T. Murray was struck on the head by a flying chaff cutter ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. Italian And Bride To Go To England

    Luigi Beschizza former Italian wartime internee. Will be permitted by the Minister for Immigration (Mr. ...

    Article : 325 words
  32. Talks On Train Fares Adjourned

    The possibility of increasing fares to help meet the tramways-deficit was discussed at a meeting of the MTT board ...

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    A survey had been made for a branch of the Mannum-Adelaide pipeline to serve Woodside Lobethal and Mount Barker and ...

    Article : 120 words
  34. Struggle With Man On Tram Line

    Several civilians struggled desperately to prevent a 40year-old man lying in front of a tram on Fisher terrace. Mile ...

    Article : 109 words
  35. Another Killing In Syria Rumored

    Unconfirmed reports reaching Cairo say that a civilian today killed the leader of the recent Syrian coup, Col, Hinnawi. ...

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