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  2. First Step To Revive U.S. Price Control

    WASHINGTON, July 24 (A.A.P.).—The House of Representatives has approved the new compromise price-fixing bill. It ...

    Article : 237 words
  3. FOUR CAMPS DESTROYED AT PALM BEACH

    Fire destroyed four camps and a large motor car at Palm Beach yesterday. It is believed to have been caused by a spark from an open fireplace. The car was owned by Mrs. A. Sunderland, Bondi Road, Bellevue Hill, who narrowly escaped being trapped ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 70 words
  4. BOMB DEATH-ROLL MAY REACH 119

    LONDON, July 24 (A.A.P.).—The bodies of 47 victims of the bomb outrage which destroyed a wing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on Monday have been recovered. The injured number 55 and, ...

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  5. RIVERS RUN HIGH

    Rivers swollen by the melting of unprecedented falls of snow in the Southern Alps are expected to flood a large watershed area ...

    Article : 282 words
  6. No Apology By Queensland Strike Leader

    BRISBANE, Wednesday—The secretary of the Meat Industry Union, Mr. A. J. Neumann, to-day refused to apologise to the ...

    Article : 612 words
  7. Good News For British

    LONDON, July 24.—Four cheerful items of food news were announced by the Food Minister, Mr. Strachcy, to-day. ...

    Article : 103 words
  8. Family Sleeps On Concrete; Awaits House

    A man of 22, his 20-year-old wife, and their two-year-old son. last night slept on a concrete alleyway between Housing ...

    Article : 426 words
  9. Plan To Offset Soviet Machinery Seizure

    WASHINGTON, July 24 (A. A.P.).—The United States was considering withholding German reparations from Russia to compensate for Russian removals of machinery from Manchuria, the United ...

    Article : 343 words
  10. SHOTS FIRED BY WATCHMAN

    A watchman at Homebush fired several shots at a man who had broken away from him this morning after an alleged attempt had ...

    Article : 173 words
  11. M. FLANDIN ON TRIAL

    PARIS, July 24 (A.A.P.).—The trial has begun at Versailles of Pierre Flandin, a former Premier of France, who was Vichy Minister ...

    Article : 173 words
  12. TRIALS SOON IN BOLIVIA

    NEW YORK, July 24 (A.A.P.). —The revolutionary Government in Bolivia has announced that surviving members of the Villarroel ...

    Article : 139 words
  13. MIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA

    LONDON, July 24 (A.A.P.).— About 40,000 families, representing about 100,000 persons, are already seeking passages to Australia. ...

    Article : 237 words
  14. Ex-Soldiers Lose Jobs For Defying Union

    Two ex-Servicemen were dismissed from the Commonwealth Food Control Store, St. Peters, because they refused to join a ...

    Article : 194 words
  15. 25,000 CARS LIKELY

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Transport Department considers estimates that 50,000 cars will be come available this year very ...

    Article : 215 words
  16. Australian Jews Condemn Outrage

    The "murderous outrage" in Jerusalem on Monday, when British Military. Headquarters was wrecked by terrorists' bombs, was ...

    Article : 169 words
  17. Viscount's Son Weds His Former Nurse

    LONDON, July 24. (A.A.P.).— The daughter of a builder's labourer, Dorothy Swallow, to-day married at Mansfield the Hon. John ...

    Article : 131 words
  18. BRAYE WOMAN HONOURED

    LONDON, July 24.—Mrs. Berthe Fraser, living at Arras, France, who fooled the Gestapo for four years, has been awarded the ...

    Article : 115 words
  19. POWER OF RED NAVY

    LONDON, July 24 (A.A.P.).— Russia is building a mighty navy to which hundreds of new wssels have been added since the war, ...

    Article : 110 words
  20. MEAT EXPORT BILL PASSED

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — The Meat Export Control Bill was passed through the final stage in the House of Representatives last night. The ...

    Article : 36 words
  21. Progress With Barwon Murders

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— Two men have been detained for questioning by detectives investigating the Barwon River murders. ...

    Article : 104 words
  22. SURPRISE GIFT OF CAKES

    LONDON, July 24 (A.A.P.).— Scoolchildren at Cowes received an unexpected benefit from bread rationing this morning. ...

    Article : 90 words
  23. STATE PARLIAMENT AGAIN PROROGUED

    The State Parliament, which was prorogued until July 25, has been further prorogued until August 22. When Parliament reassembles, it is ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. Refrigerators Still A Luxury

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.— Refrigerators will be "even more definitely a luxury" than before the war, according to a Tariff ...

    Article : 161 words
  25. Nature Cures Banned In British. Health Scheme

    LONDON, July 24.—"Nature Cures" will have no place in the Government's proposed national health scheme. By a comfortable majority the ...

    Article : 216 words
  26. HIGHER WAGES IN FRANCE

    PARIS, July 24 (A.A.P.).—After a six-hour sitting, which ended early this morning. Cabinet decided to grant French workers a general wage ...

    Article : 63 words
  27. R.S.L. Oh Alert Over Use Of "Truth Drug"

    State executive of the R.S.L. decided last night to make further investigations into the reported use of a "truth drug" at repatriation ...

    Article : 174 words
  28. TURKISH ELECTION RESULTS

    LONDON, July 24 (A.A.P.).— It is officially announced from Ankara that the election results Were:— ...

    Article : 58 words
  29. 2,725 CONSCIENTOUS OBJECTORS

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.— By the end of 1943 2,725 persons had sought exemption from military service on conscientious ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. TWELVE MEN TO LOWER COFFIN

    NEW YORK, July 24.—At West Frankfort, Illinois, 12 men were needed to lower into a grave the huge coffin specially made for Martin ...

    Article : 59 words
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