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    CANBERRA, May 21: Australian woolgrowers will contribute £48,070,000 from the current wool levy to help establish the minimum reserve wool price plan adopted by the Australian, New ...

    Article : 568 words
  3. Four Senate Seats Filled; W.A. Count

    As a result of counting yesterday of Senate votes cast in the Federal election last month ...

    Article : 277 words

    LONDON, May 21: The chief of the Persian Government's Oil Nationalisation Board (Hussein Makki) yesterday rejected all suggestions of negotiating with Britain on the oil nationalisation ...

    Article : 599 words

    Private Stan Starcevich, of Western Australia, brother of the V.C. winner, Tom Starcevich, shortly before he left Melbourne yesterday by air on the first stage of his journey to join the Australian forces lighting in Korea. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  6. Gains By Allied Troops North Of Seoul

    TOKYO, May 21: United Nations troops—part of a three-pronged thrust which is attempting to throw off balance Communist forces attacking farther east—today entered Munsan, 25 miles north-west of Seoul, ...

    Article : 297 words
  7. CLAIM FOR £267,359

    SYDNEY, May 21: Mr. Justice Sugarman began the hearing today of a claim for £267,359 compensation ...

    Article : 51 words
  8. Rioting Convicts Control Prison For Five Hours

    SALT LAKE CITY, May 21: More than 400 rioting prisoners seized virtual control of Utah's new State prison for five hours yesterday. They then released seven guards whom they had overpowered. ...

    Article : 189 words
  9. Three Australians Held Without Trial In China

    LONDON, May 21: The Chinese authorities were at present holding without trial three Australians, four Britons, six Canadians and 35 Americans, the British Foreign Office announced today. ...

    Article : 253 words
  10. Grounded Planes; Ruling In Favour Of Reds

    HONG KONG, May 21: The Chief Justice (Sir Gerard Howe), in a reserved judgment today ruled that the American-registered Civil Air Transport Incorporated had failed to establish ownership of 40 aircraft ...

    Article : 219 words
  11. First Stage Of Bunbury Harbour Work Finished

    Satisfaction was expressed yesterday by the Minister for Works (Mr. Brand) at the completion of a first stage in the development of the Bunbury harbour. ...

    Article : 237 words
  12. Melbourne Woman Pays £24,500 For City Flats

    Merlin Court, situated at No. 236 St. George's-terrace and consisting of eight self-contained flats, was sold a city auction yesterday for £24,500. The purchaser was Mr. M. G. Fryburg, of Melbourne, who is ...

    Article : 210 words
  13. "Particularly Unpleasant Form Of Blackmail"

    NEW DELHI, May 21: The independent newspaper, the "Statesman," said today that any United States attempt to ...

    Article : 124 words

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