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    The Prime Minister (Mr. Holland) announced at Christchurch tonight that the Government had declared a state of national emergency arising out of the waterfront ...

    Article : 240 words
  4. Leaps From Lorry To Car To Evade Police

    The driver of a stolen motor lorry evaded capture by a pursuing police wireless patrol ear last night ...

    Article : 315 words
  5. A.C.T.U. Ultimatum To Miners

    The Australasian Council of Trade Unions has given the Miners' Federation until 2 p.m. tomorrow to accept its proposals for a settlement of the present coalfields ...

    Article : 564 words
  6. Wet Day In City

    There were few complaints about the rain Yesterday, although it interfered with the Jubilee bowls and country cricket carnivals. These pictures show (left) Traffic Constable A. Cottell directing traffic in his raincoat when lights failed in the city ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Government To Take Further Legal Action

    Federal Cabinet decided late tonight to launch further legal proceedings in an effort to end the ...

    Article : 229 words
  8. Reindeer Meat For Britain

    An attendant at the Smithfield Market, London, inspecting a side of reindeer meat, part of the first consignment to arrive ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    An 18-year-old shop assistant displayed great courage to overpower an armed man in a hold-up in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Sign Of The Times In Britain

    World famous artists Feliks Topolski and Graham Sutherland, who are painting murals on a Festival of ...

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  11. Another Wool Record At Geelong Sales

    At the Geelong wool sales today, eight bales of Polwarth wool realised 286d. a 1h—a world record. ...

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    Scattered showers, with gaugings up to half an inch, brought partial relief yesterday to central and northern districts and on Yorke Peninsula, where there has been an ...

    Article : 373 words
  13. Coal Diverted, From S.A. To Aid Victoria

    Relief cool diverted from SA will prevent any immediate danger ef further power and transport cuts in ...

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  14. Anti-Freeze Liquid Kills 50 Soldiers

    The death of about 50 American soldiers who drank motor car anti-freeze solution after boarding Korean ...

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  15. Canberra Talks On Bigger State Payments

    Mr. Menzies and the State Premiers will confer in Canberra in the first week in April on ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. Real "Family" Angle On British Empire

    At Columbia South Carolina, today, the British Ambassador (Sir Oliver Franks) was asked. "Why do ...

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  17. "Less Coal But No Cuts"

    While it appeared inevitable, that the coal shortage would spread to SA, it was not intended to impose gas ...

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  18. Combined Fleets To Exercise Off Tasmania

    The Flag Officer commanding the Australian Fleet (R-Adml. J. A. S. Eccles) today transferred his flag from the ...

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    A State and probable Australian record price for Merino wethers was established at the Abattoirs yesterday when 130 ...

    Article : 125 words
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  22. Woman Non-Striker And Union Reach Agreement

    Mrs. Alice Buck, the BHP Newcastle steelworks research worker, who has defied a women ironworkers' strike decision for ...

    Article : 74 words
  23. Police Search For London Director

    All Australian police are on the look-out for a former London company director, who is wanted for questioning on ...

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  24. Britain To Spend £143m. On Stockpiling

    The Civil Estimates presented to Parliament today show that stockpiling of strategic raw materials and food will cost ...

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  25. Disabled Ship Expected To Reach Port Tomorrow

    The disabled freighter San Leonardo, which is being towed by the British ship Waimana, should reach Melbourne late ...

    Article : 74 words
  26. New Move To Solve Kashmir Deadlock

    Britain and the united States are to make another effort to solve the three-year-old deadlock between India and ...

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  27. Stop-work Meeting And Rain Delay Wharf Work

    Port Adelaide waterside workers were unable to work for about six hours yesterday because of their step-work ...

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  28. Thinks Volcano Deaths May Be 8,000

    The estimate of 4,000 dead in the New Guinea volcano disaster was far too low; it was probable that 8,000 lost their ...

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  29. Mystery Of Missing N.T. Barge May Be Solved

    The mystery surrounding the disappearance of the petrol-loaded barge Phoenix eight months ago may soon be solved. ...

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  30. Jet Bomber On Record Bid

    The Canberra twin-engined jet bember took off from Aldergrove, Northern Ireland, today in on attempt to fly Gander ...

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    There were over 40,000 Russian spies in England who managed to get hold of every top military and ...

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  32. Reference Of Sedition Powers Urged

    Reference to the Common—wealth Government of State powers over sedition was urged tonight by Mr. Wentworth. ...

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  33. On Other Pages

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  34. U.K. Dockers Back At Work

    Twenty thousand dockers on the London, Liverpool and Glasgow waterfronts returned to work today after their protest ...

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  35. R.C. University For Sydney

    The Roman Catholic Church is to establish a full-scale university close to Sydney. The State Cabinet today ...

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  36. Confectionery Likely To Be Dearer

    An early announcement is expected of increases in prices of all types of confectionery. Rises are expected to range ...

    Article : 62 words
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