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    "If the 40-hour week is to be satisfactory in Australia it should be more elastic than the 40-hour week in New ...

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  4. Last Minute Preparations For Whyalla launching

    A stern view of the 12.500-ton freighter Iron Yampi in the Whyalla shipyards showing men in the foreground preparing the slipways for the launching yesterday afternoon. The Iron Yampi is the biggest vessel to have been built in Australia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Final Talks On Japan

    The establishment of a 12 Power supervisory commission in Japan—representing all nations. including Pakistan. ...

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    Although a Government communique issued at New Delhi states that the situation in the East Punjab has greatly improved with Amritsar back to normal, two more cases of the looting and burning of trains ...

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    Following charges of systematic electoral abuses in yesterday's Hungarian elections which re- suited in a victory for the Communist-controlled coalition Government, all Ministers belonging ...

    Article : 151 words
  8. Cheering Crowds At Whyalla Launching

    Watched by a large crowd, including about 500 children from distant Eyre Peninsula schools, the largest ship yet built in Australia, the 12,500 ton Iron Yampi, was successfully launched this ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Police Hunt For Woman's Assailant

    Detectives investigating the brutal attack on a 23-year-old woman at Tusmore on Saturday night learned yesterday ...

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    For the first time for more than a fortnight. all gas and power restrictions were lifted in Adelaide yesterday. and with ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. Protests At Scandal

    Final returns gave the Government parties about 3,000,000 votes against the Opposition's total of slightly less ...

    Article : 360 words
  12. Londoner Killed By Explosion

    One man was killed and two others were taken to hospital suffering from shock as a result of an explosion believed to be from a high ...

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  13. Forged Voting Cards

    The Budapest correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" reports that Social Democrat members of electoral ...

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    A substantial cut in Australia's dollar outlay on United States films is almost certain to be ordered by Federal Cabinet ...

    Article : 234 words
  15. "Eat Grass" Plan For Britain Called Nonsense

    "It is nonsense to suggest that Britons will be driven to eating grass," the Minister of Food (Mr. Strachey) declared at a ...

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  16. £20,000 Fire In Sydney Bond Store

    Damage estimated at £20,000 was caused by a fire at Cleland's branch bond and free store at Pyrmont today. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 109 words
  17. Jet-Planes 496 MPH On Closed Circuit

    Group-Capt. John ("Cateyes"') Cunningham, flying a de Havilland jet-propelled Vampire in the handicap ...

    Article : 118 words
  18. Dope Smugglers Unmasked By British Private

    A British private soldier, whose pay is 5/ a day. was offered £6.250 a week by a Middle East drug smuggling ...

    Article : 226 words
  19. Police Enquiring Into Norwood Accident

    Leslie Robert Wakefield, 15. of Katherine street. Beulah Park, was standing alongside his bicycle in Beulah road, Norwood, last night ...

    Article : 121 words
  20. Half-Holiday For Public Servants

    The State Government has agreed to grant a half-day holiday to public servants to enable them to attend the Royal Show. The ...

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