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  2. MR. ESSINGTON LEWIS AT NEWCASTLE

    Mr. Essington Lewis (left), guest of honour at a dinner given last night by Newcastle Chamber of Commerce. On the right is the Minister for Munitions (Mr. Makin), and in the centre is the President of the Chamber of Commerce (Mr. G. R. Beath) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 49 words
  3. TWO-WAY RUSSIAN HIT ON KARAFUTO

    LONDON, August 13. A.A.P.—Russian forces are attacking Karafuto (Japanese half of Sakhalin Island) from the sea and land, according to Tokio Radio, Troops which crossed the border from the ...

    Article : 541 words
  4. WATER SUPPLY TO MT. HUTTON

    Cr. Quinn reported at Lake Macquarie Shire Council that, accompanied by the Clerk (Mr. T. Halton) and Messrs, Wilson and ...

    Article : 907 words
  5. Deputies Continue Strike at 23 Mines

    Maitland district deputies at a meeting at Cessnock last night reaffirmed their decision not to resume work until G. Wilson, a ...

    Article : 617 words
  6. Raid Sirens to Add to Din

    SYDNEY, Monday.—N.E.S. sirens had been tested in preparation for the peace announcement, said the Acting ...

    Article : 54 words
  7. TRANSFER TO SOUTH INDIA

    LONDON, Aug. 13.—Plans have been made to take 5000 Australian prisoners of war, of the Eighth Division, to Bangalore, in Southern ...

    Article : 385 words
  8. Federal Housing Programme To Be Pushed On

    CANBERRA, Monday.—Housing plans had been laid and it was now a question of manpower and materials, the Minister for Housing (Mr. ...

    Article : 185 words
  9. Hunter Steamship Profit of £7717

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Newcastle and Hunter River Steamship Co. Ltd. reports a net profit of £7717 for the year ended June 30, 1945. ...

    Article : 179 words
  10. Regulation Gazetted For V.P. Holidays

    CANBERRA, Monday.—A National Security Regulation, authorising every employer and employees to take prescribed holidays to mark the end ...

    Article : 513 words
  11. Board Member To Trades Hall Critics

    Mr. W. Brown, one of the contributors' representatives on Newcastle Hospital Board, denied last might that he had voted against ...

    Article : 286 words
  12. V.C. To Replace Cenotaph Tree

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Sergeant Rattey, V.C., will plant a poplar tree at the Cenotaph. Martin Place, to replace one torn from the ground ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. War Goods Remain on Nation's Hands

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Serious" difficulties have been encountered by the Federal Government in the disposal of surplus war goods worth ...

    Article : 162 words
  14. "Sucked Maker's Name Off Taps"

    Old-fashioned drinking taps at Hamilton School had been there so lone that generations of children had sucked off the maker's name, said ...

    Article : 101 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 466 words
  16. PLAN TO EXTEND CITY MISSION

    Newcastle City Mission Council decided to make application for permission to build an additional hall at mission headquarters in ...

    Article : 71 words
  17. DOROTHY WHITE AT MUSIC CLUB

    Dorothy White, pianist of the State Conservatorium of Music, was the guest artist at last night's recital by Newcastle Music Club, held at ...

    Article : 124 words
  18. CHUNGKING EARLY WITH SELECTIONS

    CHUNGKING, Aug. 13. A.A.P.— The Supreme Council of National Defence chose General Lo Choying, formerly commander of the Chinese ...

    Article : 66 words
  19. All Recruiting For R.A.A.F. To Cease

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Although the termination of hostilities had not yet been announced, directions had been issued that all R.A.A.F. and ...

    Article : 81 words
  20. No Relief Yet For Motorists

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The end of the war is not likely to bring immediate relief from petrol rationing or in tyre supply, it was stated ...

    Article : 124 words
  21. ARMY CASUALTIES

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 752 words
  22. Court Informed of Chemical Workers' Resumption

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The resumption of work by ironworkers at the Newcastle Chemical Co. Pty. Ltd., who alleged that they had been locked ...

    Article : 161 words
  23. SUBSIDY FOR TOBACCO GROWERS

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The Prices Stabilisation Committee had been asked to report on a price increase for the 1045-46 tobacco crop, said the ...

    Article : 82 words
  24. Woodlands Home Being Enlarged

    Reporting to the first annual meeting of Newcastle district of the United Protestant Association, the President (Mr. H. Hurman) said ...

    Article : 212 words
  25. Army Happy About Peace News

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—News of Japanese peace proposals was received by Australian fighting men in the northern islands with a ...

    Article : 105 words
  26. OBITUARY

    An adjournment of the Maitland District Court was made yesterday afternoon to permit representatives of the department associated with ...

    Article : 133 words
  27. ORDERED TO RESUME

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Unionists representing several trades who were involved in a dispute at Henderson's shipyards have been instructed by ...

    Article : 37 words
  28. PICTURES ATTRACT PARENTS

    In an effort to stimulate interest in its activities, Newcastle Technical High School Parents and Citizens' Association screened motion pictures ...

    Article : 71 words
  29. A.E.U. AND POSTWAR PLANS

    At last night's management committee meeting of the A.E.U. it was resolved that a district aggregate meeting of members be held on August 23 to ...

    Article : 184 words
  30. BORNEO PRISONER IS WELL

    Mrs. J. W. Parsons, of "Austin," Broadmeadow, has received news of her husband, Driver J. Parsons, from a repatriated prisoner who passed ...

    Article : 97 words
  31. Reduced Premiums in Third Party Cover

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Compulsory third party insurance policies, taken out or renewed on private cars and taxi cabs from September 1, will be ...

    Article : 85 words
  32. Mrs. S. G. P. ROWLAND.

    Mrs. S. G. P. Rowland, who died at Belmont, was born at Newcastle and lived at Merewether before going to Thornton and to Belmont ...

    Article : 100 words
  33. WITHDRAW ALLEGATIONS AGAINST TRIBUNAL

    SYDNEY, Monday.—After allegations suggesting bias made against the Entitlement Tribunal had been withdrawn in the High Court an ...

    Article : 132 words
  34. CZECH FILM INDUSTRY NATIONALISED

    PRAGUE, August 13. A.A.P.—The President (Dr. Benes) has, by decree, nationalised the Czechoslovakian film industry. ...

    Article : 36 words
  35. 1000 RENT REDUCTIONS GRANTED

    SYDNEY, Monday.—More than 1000 rent-reduction applications from Newcastle. Sydney and Wollongong were granted by the Fair Rents ...

    Article : 67 words
  36. JUROR TURNED OUT TO BE DEFENDANT

    SYDNEY, Monday.—By a freak chance, a man was called as a juror to try a case in the Supreme Court, in which he himself was the ...

    Article : 68 words
  37. MRS. W. P. MUNDY.

    Mrs. Winnie Paterson Munday died at her residence. Fitzroy-road, Lambton, on August 9 after a short illness. Born in Strathglen, Scotland, 54 sears ...

    Article : 84 words
  38. DEANNA DURBIN

    HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 13. A.A.P.—D[?] Derbin, the film actress, is expecting a baby about March. ...

    Article : 17 words
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