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  2. Britons May Not Get All Gift Food

    LONDON, February 27.—Officials of the Food Ministry could not give an assurance at a Press conference that extra food supplies from Australia would go to Britain. ...

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  3. WATCHED MAITLAND SHOW PREPARATIONS

    Above: From their "grandstand" seat, children watch workmen carrying out the finishing touches late yesterday afternoon ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. ELABORATE PLANS FOR ATOM BOMB TEST

    NEW YORK, Feb. 27. A.A.P.—Speaking at Roswell (New Mexico) Brigadier-General R. M. Ramey, who will superintend the ...

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  5. Stilwell Road Abandoned

    NEW YORK, Feb. 27. A.A.P.—The Stilwell Road in Burma has been declared surplus property and abandoned ...

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  6. N.Z. IMPRESSES MR. WARD

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Homes built under the New Zealand Government's housing scheme were of an exceptionally high standard, said the ...

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  7. NEW YORK STRIKE CALLED OFF

    NEW YORK, Feb. 27. A.A.P.—The Mayor of New York (Mr. O'Dwyer) announced that the threatened city subway tramway and bus ...

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  8. MILITANCY ON SHORTER WEEK

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Leftwing trade-unions desire a more militant approach to the shorter working week demand than the ...

    Article : 307 words
  9. UTTER NAZI, SAYS JUDGE

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—"You are a thorough Nazi and I am going to deport you," Mr. Justice Simpson told Franz Joseph Haslinger at the ...

    Article : 235 words
  10. A.R.U. DELAYS BEER BAN

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The State Council of the Australian Railways Union to-night postponed a threat to ban the transport of beer on New ...

    Article : 197 words
  11. Ship Arrives to Take 2700 Japs on Crowded Voyage

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Escorted by the British submarines Truncheon and Tireless, the first Japanese steamer to enter Sydney Heads since ...

    Article : 424 words
  12. Celebes Mutiny Talks Stalled

    BATAVIA, Feb. 27. A.A.P.—Negotiations with the leaders of the mutiny of native troops at Menado, in northern Celebes, have broken ...

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  13. Bananas for British Youth

    LONDON, Feb. 27.—The first allocation of 146,000 bunches of bananas from the Canary Islands and Jamaica will begin next week with ...

    Article : 130 words
  14. War Agricultural Committees to Go

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—District War Agricultural Committees well to be disbanded on March 31, said the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. ...

    Article : 81 words
  15. Russian Claim On Italian Fleet Unsatisfied

    THE claims put forward by Russia at the Teheran Conference to one-third of the Italian fleet is still unsatisfied. ...

    Article : 633 words
  16. Melbourne Floods Subside Quickly

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—Floods in the metropolitan area are falling rapidly, although big stretches of country along the Yarra are still ...

    Article : 159 words
  17. Labour Fund for Food for Britain

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Labour Caucus to-day decided to open a fund within the party for the Food for Britain campaign. ...

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  18. Drowning Puzzles Police

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The fully-clothed body of Douglas Loudin Smith, 19, railway employee, of Arncliffe, Sydney, was recovered by ...

    Article : 115 words
  19. R.A.A.F. Leader Against Japs to Be Retired

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Commander of the only R.A.A.F. forces that stood between the Japanese and Australia after the Pearl ...

    Article : 112 words
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  21. Can't Bar Women From Jobs

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Federal Government had no constitutional power to prevent the employment of women in jobs not ...

    Article : 117 words
  22. Communist Defeat in A.R.U. Ballot

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Communists were completely defeated in the elections for the State Council of the Australian Railways' ...

    Article : 71 words
  23. British Migrants to Be Assisted

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Free passages to Australia will be given to British ex-servicemen and assisted passages to other civilians, under ...

    Article : 106 words
  24. Riot in Jap Prison Camp

    NEW DELHI, February 27. A.A.P.—Japanese prisoners in a camp in central India rioted and threatened to break out late on Monday evening, ...

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  25. GROOMING FAVOURITE PONY

    Brain Cavanagh, aged 10, of Cardiff Heights, grooms his favourite pony, Silver, in preparation for judging to-day at Maitland Show. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. COMMUNISTS BARRED FROM OFFICE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—After a spirited debate, the Federal conference of the Legion of Ex-servicemen to-day carried a motion debarring ...

    Article : 148 words
  27. Ford Grants Wage Increases

    DETRIOT, Feb. 27. A.A.P.—The Ford Motor Company and the United Automobile Workers have signed a contract for a wage increase of 18 ...

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  28. Press for More Art Teachers at College

    The Director of Education will be asked to supply more full-time or part-time art tutors to Newcastle Technical College. ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. Ships in Prospect for War Brides

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Minister for Immigration (Mr. Calwell) said to-day that if the Queen Mary or the Queen Elizabeth was ...

    Article : 59 words
  30. BABY CENTRE APPROVED FOR LAMBTON

    Greater Newcastle Council last night adopted a recommendation from the Finance Committee for erection of a baby health centre at ...

    Article : 64 words
  31. £3600 for Death of Husband

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Mrs. Betty McPhee, of West Brunswick and her five-months-old daughter were awarded £3600 in the Civil ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. Brisbane Abattoir Strikers Resume

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—A mass meeting of Abattoir workers this morning decided to resume work to-morrow. ...

    Article : 55 words
  33. MR. BADDELEY TO VISIT COALFIELDS

    The Chief Secretary and Minister for Mines (Mr. Baddeley) will visit the Coalfields on Friday, March 1, to give interviews and receive ...

    Article : 44 words
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