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  3. Opposition Refuses Place On Foreign Affairs Committee

    The House of Representatives yesterday agreed to the appointment of a joint committee on foreign affairs, but the Labour Party will not be represented on it. ...

    Article : 357 words
  4. POLES MUTINY AND ASK FOR ASYLUM

    A POLISH 200-ton trawler was towed into Whitby, Yorkshire, after members of the crew (above) had signalled to passing British fishing vessels. When docked it was found that seven of the crew had mutinied and that the captain and eight members of the crew including the political officer, were locked up on board. The seven said that they had locked ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 89 words
  5. CAUCUS MOVE TO REPLACE Dr. EVATT EXPECTED

    A move to depose Dr. Evatt as Leader is expected to be made when the Federal Parliamentary Labour Party meets to-day. Discussions in Labour circles late last night indicated that Dr. Evatt's removal from office would be attempted by a motion calling ...

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  6. South Australia Sees Margin Claims As Threat To Stability

    The metal unions' marginal claims, if granted and extended to all industry, would have the same "disastrous" effect as the 40-hour week and the £1 basic wage rise ...

    Article : 418 words
  7. GAOL RIOTERS HOLD GUARDS AS HOSTAGES

    About 300 convicts are holding three guards as hostages affer a riot at the South Dakota State penitentiary last night. ...

    Article : 198 words
  8. Citizen Conventions Cost £10,000

    Annual Citizenship Conventions, which had been held for the last five years, had cost up to £10,000 each. ...

    Article : 78 words
  9. Mr. Casey In Talks On Release Of Japanese

    Urgent consideration was being given in Washington to the politically explosive question of parole of Japanese war ...

    Article : 152 words
  10. Sharp Wool Price Fall At Adelaide

    Immediately the third Adelaide wool sale opened to-day prices dropped from 5 to 7 per cent. below the rates of the previous ...

    Article : 144 words
  11. TAXATION REDUCTION CLAIMS "COMPLETELY PHONEY"

    Claims of the Treasurer, Sir Arthur Fadden, about percentage reductions in taxation rates were "completely phoney," Mr. Fraser (Eden-Monaro) claimed in the House ...

    Article : 349 words
  12. RUSSIAN OFFER TO CONCEDE PORT ARTHUR TO CHINA SEEN AS BIG CONCESSION

    A decision by Soviet Russia to hand over the fortified Yellow Sea base of Port Arthur to Communist China —a move officially announced by the two Communist Powers ...

    Article : 374 words
  13. Father Refused Custody Of Adopted Daughter

    Mr Justice McClemens decided in the Supreme Court to-day not to give a widower custody of his 10-year-old adopted daughter. ...

    Article : 178 words
  14. WEST SEES MODERATE TONE IN RED DISARMAMENT PLAN

    Mr. Andrei Vishinsky's moderate tone in his disarmament speech before the United Nations has evoked favourable comment in Anglo-American sources at the United Nations ...

    Article : 348 words
  15. Watersiders To Protest On Act Amendments

    Australia-wide protest meetings against proposed amendments of the Stevedoring Industry Act will be staged by ...

    Article : 166 words
  16. Experts Condemn Cigarettes As Cancer Cause

    Cancer experts yesterday voted 13 to 3 to advise the public to stop smoking cigarettes in a move to reduce lung cancer. ...

    Article : 99 words
  17. NEWSPAPER STRIKE ENDS

    A newspaper stoppage, which left most of Britain without newspapers for 24 hours, ended last night. ...

    Article : 74 words
  18. DR. DANIEL MALAN TO RETIRE

    The South African Prime Minister, Dr Daniel Malan, will retue on November 30 His retirement was announced ...

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  19. FALSE SAFES OUTSIDE LONDON BANKS

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Scotland Yard has warned all banks that the latest criminal dodge is to fix "phoney" night safes outside ...

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