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    A strike of more than 7,000 wharf laborers will throw the port of Sydney idle tomorrow. ...

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    Mr. Kenneth A. Wills wag appointed chairman of the SA Recruiting Committee yesterday. The committee will launch its committee at a meeting in the Adelaide ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    There is a general full on the Korean front with no major action along the 125-mile Allied line. There were several grim skirmishes along the ...

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  7. Recruiting Conference

    The Commonwealth Director-General of Recruiting (Lt-Gen. Sir Edmund. Herring), centre, at a conference on recruiting plane at Government House yesterday. Also in the group are (from left):—The Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Frank Walsh. MP), the Premier (Mr. Playford), the Resident Naval Officer (Cmdr. A. J. Travis), Wing-Cmdr. L. L. Campbell (RAAF), the Lieutenant-Gorvernor (Sir Mellis Napier) and the GOC, Central Command (Maj-Gen. J. A. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The UN Korean Commission in a report submitted today places the entire blame for the conflict on ...

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  9. Ore "Active And Extensive"

    Professor J. M. Holmes, who occupies the Chair of Geography at the University of Sydney, said tonight ...

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  10. 'Beat Them, Boys' As M.C.C. Team Leaves

    The MCC team left for Australia in the Stratheden from Tilbury today after receiving one of the most enthusiastic send-offs given a touring party. ...

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  11. U.K. Labor Sticks To Steel Plan

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) announced in the House of Commons today that the Government was ...

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  12. Five Ports Now Idle

    Five ports are idle over the Wellington lamp black cargo, dispute, the others being New Plymouth, Napier, Westport ...

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  13. Nan Falls Under Moving Train

    A 37-year-old man had his right ami badly mutilated and a toe. crushed when he fell between a railway ...

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  14. Belief That Reds May Be On Verge Of Retreat

    In reply to the question of whether the North Korean forces are on the verge of their first major retreat, grounds for ...

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  15. Indonesians Ready To Die For New Guinea

    A mass meeting wildly shouted "Yes" when President Soekarno asked in a speech at the West Borneo ...

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  16. Signal Change In Bicycles Suggested

    Bicycle manufacturers are to be approached by the' Federal Government with the suggestion that brakes should be ...

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    The GOC. Central Command (Maj-Gen. J. A. Chapman), the chairman of the SA Recruiting Committee (Mr. Kenneth A. ...

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  18. Another Radioactive Ore Discovery

    A further discovery of radioactive ore in the Alice Springs area—this time only three miles, from the post office—was ...

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  19. Parents' Hope For Brave Blind Girl

    The parents of a 13-year-old Liverpool girl who is going blind and who has just received a gallantry award ...

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  20. No Information On Allied P.O.W.

    Gen. MacArthur's headquarters announced this morning that the UN command had received little or no information ...

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  21. No General Economic Controls

    The Federal Government has rejected suggestions for the reintroduction of general economic controls including ...

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  22. Most Children Listen At Will To Radio

    An official survey has disclosed that parents let three of every five children listen to anything they like on ...

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  24. Maharanee "Makes Do" On £190,000

    The Maharanee of Baroda, who before the war had £2m. a year to spend has announced in Cannes that. ...

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  25. Al Jolson At Front

    AL Jolson arrived in Tokio this morning to entertain UN troops in Korea and Japan. ...

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  26. Air Fares And Freight Expected To Rise

    Australian air fares and freight were expected to rise before the end of the year. Sydney air officials said today. ...

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  27. Girls Rescued In Factory Fire

    Male employes today rushed to the aid of 25 grirls working on the second floor of a factory which was engulfed ...

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  28. Rationing Rumors "Baseless"

    The public should ignore baseless rumors about the reintroduction of clothes and tea rationing, the Minister for ...

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  29. 7,500 Involved In London Bus Stoppage

    London's bus strike, which began among 600 drivers and conductors yesterday, spread rapidly ...

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  30. U.S. Soldier Worn Out

    A US soldier, his rifle and revolver within easy reach, sleeps in a ditch near the front line in Korea. A pershing tank on top of the nill stand ready to engage the enemy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  31. Five-Storey Trades Hall Planned

    Plans are being prepared for a new five-storey Trades Hall in Melbourne. The plans and estimated will ...

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  32. Talks On Stepping Up Coal Production

    Conferences aimed at stepping up coal production will be held between the Federal Minister for Fuel (Senator ...

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  33. Visit By Archbishop Of York

    The Archbishop of York (Most Rev. Dr. C. P. Garbett) would visit New Zealand and Australia next year, the ...

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  34. 20 Massed Bands From Four States In Impressive Show Display

    The playing of "Song of Australia" by 20 massed bands from four States made an impressive opening to ...

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    Directing that after death her own body should be handed over to the Melbourne University Medical ...

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  36. Metal, Wool Fall In London

    Australian lead, zinc and wool shares were marked lower on the London Stock Exchange today, says Reuter's ...

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  37. Yesterday's Figures

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