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  2. VICTIMS OF MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY

    Victims of a tragedy at an Erskineville home, Sydney, Leslie Gordon Hayward, 42, and his infant son Gordon (first lower), ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. HEADING FOR MASSACRE

    LONDON, July 23.—Five thousand starving, half-crazed Japanese, the remnants of the great force which the 14th Army ...

    Article : 296 words
  4. BIG THREE HURRYING DECISIONS

    LONDON, July 23.—Mr. Churchill will come home from the Big Three conference at Potsdam on Wednesday to be in time for Thursday's declaration of the British general election results. ...

    Article : 436 words
  5. LIFT STRAIN ON BUILDING

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Early completion of the extensive building programme undertaken by the Government for the Royal Navy would lift ...

    Article : 170 words
  6. Bigger British Role Likely In Pacific

    NEW YORK, July 23. A.A.P.—An early reshaping of Pacific Commands is expected to give a greatly enlarged sphere of operation in the South-west Pacific to the British, says the ...

    Article : 655 words
  7. MYSTERY OVER TWO DEATHS

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Cause of the deaths, in tragic circumstances early this morning, or Lesne [?]don Rayward, 42, labourer, ...

    Article : 362 words
  8. Vital Interest, Says Dr. Evatt AUSTRALIA'S PACIFIC TRUSTEESHIP

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Australia had a vital interest in the future of the Pacific and was in a very real sense a trustee of British and of Western civilisation in that part of the world, said the Minister for External Affairs (Dr. ...

    Article : 364 words
  9. TREATED BADLY BY JAPS

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Australian prisoners of war were harshly treated by their Japanese warders during their internment on ...

    Article : 166 words
  10. Planes Harass Jap Shipping

    MANILA, July 23.—Persistent bad weather in the Okinawa area has precluded the operation of aircraft based there, but Philippine-based ...

    Article : 183 words
  11. GOOD BOWLING BY BOWES

    SHEFFIELD, July 23. A.A.P.—Australian Services began badly in the cricket match against Yorkshire that began to-day. ...

    Article : 389 words
  12. Great Advances in Air Equipment

    LONDON, July 23. A.A.P.—Mr. E. C. Eric Smith, Chairman of the Rolls Royce Company, said that the present air force equipment was ...

    Article : 171 words
  13. Fire Board Chief Admits He Was Director of Firm

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The President of the New South Wales Fire Board, Thomas Januarius Smith, admitted in the Divorce Registrar's Court ...

    Article : 247 words
  14. Ban on Sale of Land Needed For Servicemen

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Land in areas likely to be required for soldier settlement cannot be sold or exchanged under an amendment to ...

    Article : 158 words
  15. Letters to Editor

    Sir,—The Communist Party has a clearly defined policy in matters of religious belief. A man's private views are entitled to receive, and ...

    Article : 645 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 486 words
  17. "Hitler" Acquitted on Murder Charge

    ALICE SPRINGS, Monday.—Hitter, who stood before the bar of justice to-day, was charged with murder, but was acquitted by the jury. ...

    Article : 118 words
  18. LIQUIDATING JAPS ON LUZON

    MANILA, July 23.—In the Philippines an additional 3620 enemy dead have been counted, mainly on Luzon, and 403 troops captured in the past ...

    Article : 146 words
  19. "Jazz Addict, But Not a Performer"

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The eldest daughter of the Chilean Charge d'Affaires (Senor Manuel Eduardo Hubner), Senorita Alma Hubuer, who ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. Boys' 1000-Mile Trip to Sydney

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Two Adelaide youths who absconded from a reformatory at McGill, South Australia on July 12 gave themselves ...

    Article : 102 words
  21. Nine Months' Gaol for Bigamy

    BRISBANE, Monday.—James S. Kendall, 26, who admitted having committed bigamy, was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. His ...

    Article : 28 words
  22. £2000 TOBACCO ROBBERY

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Thirty-nine cases of tobacco, valued at £2000, were stolen in the biggest Sydney tobacco robbery for years. ...

    Article : 96 words
  23. Woman Faints As Relatives Rush Repatriated Man

    SYDNEY, Monday. — When repatriated prisoners of war were taken to the Showgrounds after their arrival by boat to-day, one ...

    Article : 376 words
  24. Cabinet Minister in Plane Crash

    LONDON, July 23. A.A.P.—The Production Minister (Mr. Lyttleton) was a passenger on a Dakota air transport which made a forced ...

    Article : 59 words
  25. Marketing Lower Grade Potatoes

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Because of increased demands for potatoes, growers may now deliver up to 20 per cent of No. 2 and No. 3 grades, said the ...

    Article : 136 words
  26. Doctor's Appeal Succeeds

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Dr. Zygmunt Epstein, 38, of Barkly-street, Footscray, successfully appealed in the Practice Court against the ...

    Article : 117 words
  27. COMIC STRIP BLAMED FOR BOY'S ESCAPADE

    PERTH, Monday.—A blow on the head a year ago and a comic strip referring to the firebugs were put forward as possible causes for a ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. COMPROMISE AT TURIN

    ZURICH, July 23. A.A.P.—Allied intervention hue produced a compromise in the disturbances in Turin (Northern Italy) in connection with ...

    Article : 167 words
  29. Airman Charged With Murder

    MELBOURNE, Monday. — The seventh person to be charged with the murder of Corporal Vera Matilda Wiper, W.A.A.A.F., Flight ...

    Article : 78 words
  30. A.L.P. NOMINATIONS FOR BLACKTOWN

    SYDNEY, Monday.—A.L.P. nominations for the Blacktown by-election on August 18 closed at 5 p.m. to-day. A candidate will be selected next ...

    Article : 97 words
  31. New Company Registered at Maitland

    Mac Pride's Pty. Ltd., with a capital of £5000, was registered as a new company in Sydney to manufacture brooms and other handles and ...

    Article : 41 words
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