ATHENS, Fri.—British and American sailors with Greek troops and rescue teams, worked ceaselessly through the night while more earthquake tremors shook the Ionian Islands. ...Article : 560 words
PARIS, Fri.—A petrol famine today threatened to worsen the paralysis of strikebound France and halt the main transport still on the move. Garages are running out of petrol and have had ...Article : 633 words
CANBERRA, Fri.—An Australian-built Sabre jet fighter broke through the sound barrier today for the first time. Flight-Lieut. W. H. Scott, who made an initial flight in the fighter on August 3, took the machine in an exacting speed ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 120 words
SYDNEY, Fri.—Trade union leaders hope that the Federal Government will not proceed with its ultimatum to ...Article : 264 words
Women at one stage appeared likely to take control of a meeting called at the Perth Town Hall yesterday to organise the launching of an appeal for the Coronation Gift Fund. ...Article : 474 words
SINGAPORE, Fri.—Civil police announced at Penang today that the notorious "killer branch" of Penang Island's ...Article : 107 words
COLOMBO, Fri.—Twenty-one people were killed throughout Ceylon in the past two days during demonstrations against price ...Article : 93 words
NEW YORK, Fri.—Two young children, missing several hours, were found dead last night in an abandoned icechest on a rubbish tip at Haverhill (Massachusetts). ...Article : 202 words
MT. MAGNET, Fri.—Employees of the Mt. Magnet Road Board had luck yesterday while dismantling the old ...Article : 63 words
CANBERRA. Friday.—The search for oil in the north-west of Western Australia and in Papua is more encouraging than ...Article : 132 words
"The research work carried out by the Forests Department of Western Australia is far ahead of anything done in this field by ...Article : 123 words
LONDON, Fri.—Australia's selectors decided today not to choose a slow bowler for the fifth and final Test. starting at ...Article : 71 words
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