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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 160 words
  3. Jews, Arabs Deny Peace Talks

    LONDON, Aug. 25.—Both Jews and Arabs to-day denied reports that the Jews had initiated peace talks. ...

    Article : 329 words

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The meeting between the Western envoys and Mr. Stalin gave a new lease of life to the Moscow talks. The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Bevin) spent ...

    Article : 727 words
  5. Miners' Council, Board Confer On Leave Claim

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Combined Mining Unions' Council Executive conferred with members of the Joint Coal Board late to-day ...

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  6. Communist Control Of Society Denied

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Australian-Russian Society was non-political and non-sectarian, the Executive Committee of the ...

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    Cr. Boa (right), of Greater Newcastle Council, was yesterday elected first Chairman of the Northumberland County Council. At left is the Under Secretary of the Department of Local Government (Mr. Haviland). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    AUCKLAND, Aug. 25. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Three people died in a tornado which swept Franklin Junction, a suburb of Hamilton, 86 miles south of Auckland, at noon to-day. ...

    Article : 494 words
  9. Postal Secretary Did Not Get Letter

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Non-receipt of a letter by the Secretary of the Postal Workers' Union (Mr. Wellard) had led to ...

    Article : 100 words
  10. Day Stoppage Recommended In 9 Factories

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A 24-hour stoppage on Wednesday of 800 members of the Sheet Metal Workers' Union in nine Emmco factories ...

    Article : 256 words
  11. 7 Terrorists Killed In Malaya Clashes

    SINGAPORE, Aug. 25. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Seven Chinese terrorists were killed and three wounded in numerous clashes throughout ...

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    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Joint Coal Board will shortly announce the lifting of coal rationing as a result of the high output from New South Wales mines in the past four weeks. ...

    Article : 366 words
  13. More Victories For Greek Army

    ATHENS, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—An Army communique stated that Greek units which turned north from Grammos had scored fresh ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. Air Fares Rise Following N.Z. Currency Move

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Tasman Empire Airways increased trans-Tasman fares from to-day following the return of New Zealand ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. More Than 240 Stood Down At Clyde Plant

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—More than 240 employees at Clyde Engineering Company, Granville, have been stood down because of a ...

    Article : 119 words
  16. Bishop Barnes Doubts Story Of Crucifixion

    LONDON, August 25. A.A.P.—The Bishop of Birmingham (Rt. Rev. E. W. Barnes) last night said he did not regard as history St. ...

    Article : 107 words
  17. English Base For U.S. Heavy Bombers

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—United Stated heavy bomber strength in Europe is now concentrated in England, ...

    Article : 222 words
  18. South African Migrant Ships "Not Available"

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The Australian High Commissioner (Mr. Beasley) said he did not see any prospect of three Union Castle ...

    Article : 140 words
  19. Vegetarian, But "Picked Right Family"

    NEW YORK, Aug. 25.—Mr. George Bernard Shaw admits that meat eaters may be healthy. Nettled by criticisms by Mr. ...

    Article : 109 words
  20. Anti-Submarine Training For American Navy

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. A.A.P. —The U.S. Navy has announced the beginning of a sharply stepped[?] anti-submarine training ...

    Article : 145 words
  21. Superfortress Crashes: 16 Die, Four Injured

    HONOLULU, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Sixteen of the crew of 20 in a B29 Superfortress were killed last night when the plane, which had ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. Bradman Makes New Record

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Don Bradman achieved another record to-day in the match against the Gentlemen at Lord's. ...

    Article : 78 words
  23. 3 Proposals To Develop Eden

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Premier of Victoria (Mr. Hollway) has suggested, by letter, that a royal commission should be established ...

    Article : 182 words
  24. Malaria "Top" On Health Drive

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The Director of Field Services (Dr. Neville Goodman) stated that the United Nations World Health ...

    Article : 76 words
  25. May Make T.B. Tests Of Food Workers

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Compulsory examination for tuberculosis of all persons handling foodstuffs will be considered by the ...

    Article : 117 words
  26. Convair On Way To Australia

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The first of five Convair aircraft the Australian Government has purchased for Trans-Australia Airlines ...

    Article : 92 words
  27. Peasants Flee From Italian Earthquake Belt

    ROME, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Panic-stricken peasants are still fleeing from Italy's earthquake belt around Foggia. Crowds are fighting ...

    Article : 79 words
  28. Farmer To Adopt English Boy

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Michael Lippett, 17, left Taunton, Somerset, for Australia to become the adopted son of Lionel Smith, ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. U.N.O. Employees Favour Move To Europe

    NEW YORK, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The United Nations yesterday sent a circular to all its employees to ignore an outside poll on whether ...

    Article : 137 words
  30. Plan To Fly Jews To Australia

    BRUSSELS, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Sixty displaced persons from Germany and Italy left Brussels to-day by plane for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 78 words
  31. Black Pearls In Contraband

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The value of contraband seized by Customs officers from the liner Westralia is estimated at £11,000. ...

    Article : 63 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  33. Postwar High For Japan's Industries

    TOKYO, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Japan's industrial production index reached the postwar high of 52.7 (1930-34 base, 100), Japanese ...

    Article : 43 words
  34. Rangoon Gay Although Beleaguered

    RANGOON, Aug. 25.—Rangoon, capital of Burma, is a beleaguered city, cut off from the rest of the country by ...

    Article : 270 words
  35. Tourist Record For Britain

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Foreign tourists in Britain in July totalled 90,000, highest on record, the Chairman of the Travel ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. Food For Scottish Flood Victims

    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—The Ministry of Food sought the assistance of the Air Ministry in the distribution of food parcels ...

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    SANTIAGO, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Chile and Russia have agreed to exchange diplomats who have been denied exit visas since the two ...

    Article : 102 words
  38. Treaty Chiefs Of Staff Meet

    LONDON, August 25. A.A.P.—In accordance with the terms of the Brussels Treaty, the Chiefs of Staff of the five signatory Powers held ...

    Article : 81 words

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The cost of the Royal Easter Show had increased from £46,981 in 1941 to £96,449 in 1948, the ...

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    LONDON, Aug. 25. A.A.P.—Vauxhall Motors have announced two new cars designed to capture more of the export market. ...

    Article : 37 words



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