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    SYDNEY.—The Federal Government has issued an urgent order through the Commonwealth Coal ...

    Article : 293 words
  3. How Young Troops Aid Fruit Harvest

    Young troops, not old enough to go to operational areas, are playing an important part in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 342 words
  4. "Pirate" Belts Are Latest Fashion

    LONDON, Friday.—New fashions hint at the mood of the times. Young, attractive girls who are the likeliest to pick up acquaintance with members of the services now have "pirate" belts decorated with the skull and crossbones. ...

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  5. Jack and Jill In Their New Zoo Home

    THESE CAMELS, Jack and Jill, have arrived at Sydney's Taronga Park Zoo to replace the two camels which recently died. The Zoo Trust bought Jack and Jill from a Newcastle man, who used them to give rides ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Constable Stabbed By Soldier

    MELBOURNE.—Detectives were out all through the early hours of today investigating the stabbing ...

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  7. Unions to Discuss Strike Policy

    A new move to implement the A.C.T.U. policy of no war-time industrial stoppages without first exploring every avenue of conciliation, will be mode next week. THE interstate executive of the ...

    Article : 210 words
  8. Duty To Look After The Aged

    It was our duty, from a patriotic viewpoint, to look after our aged people, the Rev. S. ...

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  9. 5-Day Week Moves By S.A. Workers

    FURTHER developments in the claims by thousands of South Australian workers for a five-day week are not expected until early ...

    Article : 310 words
  10. Court Sequel To Milk Float Ride

    AN unauthorised ride in a milk float in Pirie street yesterday had a sequel in Adelaide Police Court today when Ronald ...

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    LONDON, Friday.—Beautiful Joy Frankau, actress daughter of Ronald Frankau, the radio entertainer, appeared in the High Court in an unusual slander action. One made admirer was alleged to ...

    Article : 296 words
  12. Art Fortune Now Under Rubble

    LONDON, Friday.—Pictures and art treasures worth thousands of pounds were stored in a 30-ft wine ...

    Article : 137 words
  13. Air Commander Kicks Off

    JUST BEFORE HE WAS APPOINTED Deputy Commander to General Eisenhower for the Allied invasion of Europe, Air Chief ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Dame Enid Called Vinegary Old Maid

    SYDNEY.—Dame Enid Lyons, M.H.R., mother of 11 children, was termed a "vinegary old maid," in a letter which she ...

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  15. Mystery Of Woman In River

    Mystery surrounds the recovery of the body of a well-dressed, middle-aged woman from the River ...

    Article : 238 words
  16. Wide Inquiry Power Sought

    CANBERRA.—Wide terms of reference to enable close examination of mail censorship will be sought by Opposition ...

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  17. LETTERS to the EDITOR

    Correspondents are asked to be brief. Signature and address must accompany each letter. The name should be included for publication ...

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  18. Injured Boy Swims To Aid Rescue

    PERTH.—Discarding bandages supporting a fractured collarbone, John Julian, 15-year-old junior member of the Cottesloe ...

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  19. Thefts in Suburbs

    Two money boxes containing £2 and £1 were stolen yesterday from the home of William Eglington, secretary, of Torrens road, ...

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    To avoid wastage of fruit and to cope with incoming crops, 150 women are urgently needed in South Australian canning ...

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    SYDNEY.—Boarders in a large guest-house in an eastern suburb are engaged in a battle of tactics to retain their living quarters. THE proprietress has told the ...

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    MELBOURNE.—If a member of the fighting forces is injured in an accident because of the negligence of a civilian, the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 277 words
  23. Court Orders Man to Kiss Girl's Feet

    CHICAGO, Friday.—A man convicted of assault and battery was today forced to get down on his knees and kiss the hands and ...

    Article : 159 words
  24. £5,000 WRITS BY TWO SEAMEN

    MELBOURNE.—Two writs, each for £5,000 damages, were issued from the Supreme Court today, on the application of Slater and ...

    Article : 147 words
  25. News of the Day in Brief

    The Adelaide Entertainment Club will give its first show for troops at the Red Shield Hostel, Rundle street, on March 22. ...

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  26. 100,000 Loaves Of Bread Delivered

    Although it is understood that most breadcarters finished their rounds before 7 p.m. last night, a few were still delivering bread an ...

    Article : 187 words
  27. Mr. Richards on State Bank Housing Plan

    The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Richards) said today that when he sought to amend the Advances for Homes Act to give the ...

    Article : 152 words
  28. Man Arrested On 1928 Warrant

    MELBOURNE.—When detectives detained a man for questioning about alleged attempted pocket-picking at South Melbourne last ...

    Article : 92 words
  29. A.M.F. Over A.I.F. Graves in Brisbane

    BRISBANE.—The Army Minister (Mr. Forde) said on Wednesday that graves of A.I.F. men had been temporarily marked A.M.F. ...

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  30. Nursing Sister Reported Missing

    Mrs. A. Cashmore, of Seaview road, Henley Beach, has been notified that her daughter, Sister Patricia Cashmore, 38, of the East ...

    Article : 93 words
  31. Band Concert

    By arrangement with the Adelaide City Council the Mitcham Municipal Band will give a concert at Elder Park at 3 o'clock ...

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