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  2. WOODEN SHIPS

    A bounty for wooden shipbuilding in Australia would help to overcome the shortage of coasting and trawling ships, establish the industry on a firm, ...

    Article : 871 words
  3. WARRAGAMBA SCHEME.

    The Water Board decided yesterday to Instal a filtration plant at Warragamba during the next financial year at a cost of £200,000, and that the ...

    Article : 573 words
  4. "BANJO" PATERSON DEAD.

    Mr. Andrew Barton Paterson, better known throughout Australia as "Banjo" Paterson, died at a private hospital, in Sydney, yesterday afternoon, after ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 755 words
  5. PICTURES FROM GREEK WAR ZONE.

    Top: A wounded Greek soldier cheerfully acknowledging the greetings of comrades as he was brought in from the fighting in Albania. Lower: A group of Italian prisoners taken by the advancing Greeks. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 37 words
  6. RAINFALL IN JANUARY.

    Rainfall in New South Wales last month is regarded at the Sydney Weather Bureau as the best month's distribution for the time of year since ...

    Article : 550 words
  7. GREEKS STILL ADVANCE.

    Last night's Greek communique from Athens says: "Our troops to-day occupied important enemy positions." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 483 words
  8. BULGARIA NEXT.

    "A German move through Bulgaria may now be considered almost certain," says the correspondent of "The Times" at Sofia. ...

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  9. WHOOPING COUGH TREATMENT.

    The Minister for Health, Mr. Fitz-Simons, said yesterday that no recommendations on the immunisation of children against whooping ...

    Article : 264 words
  10. POLICE WATCH ON ALIENS.

    New South Wales police have made more than 80,000 inquiries into the cases of aliens and other persons whose sympathies may have been with the ...

    Article : 255 words
  11. "FREE RUMANIA" MOVE.

    M.V.V. Tilea the former Rumanian Minister in London, whom the Rumanian Cabinet has deprived of his nationality, said to-day that a Free Rumanian movement was being ...

    Article : 205 words
  12. JAPANESE OPEN LEGATION.

    A Japanese Legation was opened in Canberra yesterday at the Hotel Canberra by the Japanese Consul-General, Mr. Akiyama, who has received notice ...

    Article : 184 words
  13. COASTAL SHIP HITS BREAKWATER.

    A small motorship, inward-bound from Sydney this afternoon with a cargo of general merchandise, struck the shallow bar and then the ...

    Article : 85 words
  14. CARS COLLIDE.

    During misty rain yesterday afternoon, a car skidded while descending the hill in New South Head Rond, Double Bay. After crashing into ...

    Article : 288 words
  15. MR. MENZIES'S PLEDGE.

    "The war is not about to end; it is only beginning." said the Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. Menzies addressing many thotusands of members of the ...

    Article : 511 words
  16. DEATH OF LORD LLOYD.

    Lord Lloyd, Secietary of State for the Colonies, and leader of the House of Loids, died at midnight last night He was 61, He had been confined to ...

    Article : 326 words
  17. WELFARE WORK WITH A.I.F.

    The War Cabinets rejection of the proposal of the Minister for the Army. Mr. Spender, to send Australian women auxiliaries overseas for welfare work with the A.I.F. was ...

    Article : 128 words
  18. A.I.F. MEDICAL DIRECTOR.

    Colonel S.R. Burston, a South Australian, who was formerly Deputy Director of Medical Services at the headquarters of the First Australian ...

    Article : 215 words
  19. A.I.F. MEN AGAIN TO STAND TRIAL.

    After night-long tonsideration a Quarter Sessions Jury could not reach a verdict concerning a charge that four A.I.F. men had assanited Police Constable Ronald Prosser ...

    Article : 86 words
  20. ORDERS FOR MACHINE TOOLS.

    Mr. C. A. Morgan, M.P., said yeserday that he had sent a telegram to Labour member of the Advisory War Council urging them to press for an immediate inquiry into ...

    Article : 192 words
  21. DUKE OF BEDFORD AND THE CHURCH.

    The Duke of Bedford, formerly the Marquess of Tavistock, who recently succeeded to the Dukedom is severing his association with the Church of England because of its support of ...

    Article : 183 words
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  23. DEATH OF MR. J. R. GARDINER.

    Mr. Joseph R. Gardiner, a former member of the Legislative Council and one of the bestknown figures in the business life of Sydney died yesterday in a private hospital after a ...

    Article : 209 words
  24. BUTCHER FINED.

    For failing to keep clean premises at two addresses, each used for the storage for sale of articles of food, Ltephen Mahony, yesterday, in the Central Summons Court, was ...

    Article : 252 words
  25. ROYAL BROADCAST.

    In the course of a broadcast address to his people at Christmas, 1939, King George, used certain words which attracted a great deal of subsequent attention. These words ...

    Article : 333 words
  26. MR. WENDELL WILLKIE'S FAREWELL.

    Mr. Wendell Willkle, the Republican leader, on leaving a west of England airport for Lisbon en route to the United States, said that anything he could do in America to help ...

    Article : 73 words
  27. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    [?]in was quoted to-day at £256/57 a ton compared with £256/15/ yesterday Rubber was quoted at 12 9-16d a lb The Stock Exchange was still very restricted ...

    Article : 44 words
  28. FRENCH SHIPS TO SAIL AGAIN.

    The Washington corerspondent of the "JourThe Washington correspondent of the "Jourproved of the utilisation of 13 French ships, totalling 39.000 tons, tied up in American ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. DROUGHT RELIEF PAYMENTS,

    Drought [?]ellet payments will be made on a sliding scale recommended by the Minister for Agriculture. according to a decision reached by the State Cabinet yesterday. ...

    Article : 180 words
  30. EAST INDIES VISAS COMPULSORY.

    The Consul-General for the Netherlands, Dr. T. Elink Scnuurman, announced yesterday that new regulations promulgated in the Netherlands East Indies provided that ...

    Article : 100 words
  31. SOLDIERS' PAY.

    The Premier, Mr. Mair, snid yesterday, [?] the exemption from State taxation of the difference made up by the employers between the military and civil pay of a member of ...

    Article : 121 words
  32. SUICIDE OF LORD LAMBTON.

    Viscount Lambton, who was found shot on the lawn of his family's home in Nerthumberland on Tuesday, was found by the coroner to have commuted suicide while temporarily ...

    Article : 75 words
  33. YOUNG MINERS' STRIKE.

    Miuers at the Hermitage colliery, worked to-day, while youths and boys were on strike. Twenty-one youths refused to return to work until they obtained what they, called "[?] fair ...

    Article : 71 words
  34. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced to-day. Details appear on page 12, column 6. ...

    Article : 21 words
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