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  2. U.S. NURSES DECORATED

    Brigadier-General T. E. Rilea (Commanding Officer, U.S. Army Base in Sydney) presenting Unit Citation Ribbons to Lieut. N. R. Higginbotham (left), of Virginia, and Lieut. L. N. Lanouette, of New Hampshire, at the 118th A.G.H. yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. JUDGE REBUKES MAGISTRATE

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.—Sentences imposed by Mr. Atkinson, S.M., on Gerasimos Grivas, cafe owner, of Newcastle, for breaches ...

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  4. MILK SUBSIDY DEMAND

    The Treasurer, Mr. Chifley, has said that he expected a decision would be made within two days on the Metropolitan Milk ...

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  5. ISSUE SUIT OR £3/10/

    City clothiers say that discharged Servicemen would be wise to accept the cash allowance, now to be increased to ...

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  6. AIRCRAFT POST UNDER CITY

    In an underground chamber under the city, so deep that the temperature never varies' from summer to winter, is located the ...

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  7. PLANS TO END COAL LAG More Man-power; Second Shift

    Plans to increase coal output, including the provision of more men for the mines and the working of a second shift, may ...

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  8. "MONOPOLIES" ATTACKED

    The Minister for Transport, Mr. Ward, said in an elcction speech last night that he hoped the Federal Government would ...

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  9. QUIET STATE ELECTION CAMPAIGN 12 Days Before Polling-day

    The State election campaign has so far been one of the quietest on record. With only 12 days before polling-day, on May 27, many candidates are finding it difficult to gain the interest of the electorate. ...

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  10. ALLEGED PRICES BREACH

    William John Zietsch, formerly licensee of the Australian Hotel, South Grafton, pleaded not guilty to three charges in the ...

    Article : 264 words
  11. SLY GROG SELLERS FINED

    Ethel Burch, 40, domestic duties, was fined £100 in the Metropolitan Licensing Court yesterday for having sold liquor without a licence. It was ...

    Article : 230 words
  12. COMMONWEALTH TO MECHANISE MINE

    LITHGOW, Monday.—Control of Commonwealth No. 2 open cut mine, Lidsdale, was taken over by Mr. R. P. Jack, industrial ...

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  13. SHOE SCARCITY

    The publicity given to the shortage of footwear was "an anti-Government campaign largely manufactured by ...

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  14. "GOSFORD GRADUATE" SENTENCED

    Philip Michael John Ryan, 17, of Telopea Street, Redfern, who was described as a "graduate of Gosford," was sentenced in Quarter Sessions ...

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  15. THREE ONE-HOUR STRIKES

    Stoppages have taken place at the Enfield shunting yards—the largest in Australia—because of demands by 200 shunters for ...

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  16. POST-WAR ISSUE

    Electors should remember that the war would probably end in the next three years, and many men would have to be put back into employment. ...

    Article : 155 words
  17. Advertising

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  18. MR. McKELL ATTACKS "QUISLINGS"

    The Premier, Mr. McKell, said last night that "so-called Labour men" who had charged the State Government with being an echo ...

    Article : 224 words
  19. CARE OF STOCK AT HOMEBUSH

    When slaughtering ceases at Homebush yards from any cause and stock are lett, they are fed and watered until work is resumed. ...

    Article : 225 words
  20. NEW MINISTRY IN S.A.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—The names of members appointed to the Playford Ministry were announced to-day as follow:— ...

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  21. CANDIDATES SPEAK TO RETURNED MEN

    Candidates for North Shore constituencies addressed a meeting of members of the North Sydney Anzac Club last night at the club rooms. ...

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  22. A.L.P. DELEGATES TO LONDON

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Messrs. J. F. Walsh. M.L.A. (S.A.), and T. G. Davies (W.A.), have been selected as delegates to represent the Australian ...

    Article : 94 words
  23. CHECK ON FUEL PRICES

    Officers of the Prices Branch are making a check on prices charged for wood, coal, and coke. Before the investigations are ...

    Article : 102 words
  24. DR. EVATT PROMISES FIGHT

    The Attorney-General, Dr. Evatt, speaking at Hurstville last night, said that the Leader of the State Opposition, Mr. ...

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  25. BETTING ON CARDS IN PARK

    The Health and Recreation Committee of the City Council yesterday had before it s report about, the playing of cards at tables in Belmore Park ...

    Article : 140 words
  26. POSTAL BALLOT ON STRIKE PROPOSAL

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Twelve thousand members of the Locomotive Enginemen's Union are holding a postal ballot to decide whether ...

    Article : 106 words
  27. 3,905 AWARDS WON BY AUSTRALIANS

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—"Australian soldiers have won 3,905 awards for outstanding service in this war," the Acting Minister for the Army. ...

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  28. "USE SKIM MILK IN INDUSTRY"

    The Plastics Advisory Committee deplores "the great waste of skim milk" in New South Wales, and suggests that recovery of ...

    Article : 207 words
  29. ALBURY MINISTER CHOSEN AS NEW MODERATOR

    The Rev. H. J. Hillman, of Albury, will succeed the Right Rev. S. Richardson as Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in New South Wales at the opening of the 1944 Presbyterian General Assembly to-night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. STOP PRESS CHINESE OFFENSIVE FROM YUNNAN

    CHUNGKING, May 15 (A.A.P.).— The Chinese High Command announces that large Chinese forces, in an effort to link up with Lieut. ...

    Article : 117 words
  31. CONTROL OF RENTS

    "I know of no Minister who talks so much and does so little," the DeputyLeader of the Federal Opposition, Mr. Harrison, said yesterday, commenting ...

    Article : 151 words
  32. RABBIT PRICES

    New fixed prices for rabbits would place all shops on the same basis where there might previously have been differences under the order ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. FLIER PRESUMED DEAD

    Pilot-Officer James Darcy William Renno, D.P.M., only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Renno, of Forbes Street, East Sydney, reported missing in a ...

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