LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).— The King's Speech opening Paliament to-day announced that Mr. Churchill's Government will invite ...Article : 653 words
For a few brief moments yesterday, the running of the Melbourne Cup was more important than work for many people. Through a telephone handset attached to a radio (at left), a city telephone operator (right) was able to listen to the Cup on the job, but he dropped all incoming calls when he heard he was ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 65 words
Most fruitgrowers supplying Leeton Co-operative Cannery were perfectly satisfied with their ...Article : 323 words
The Minister for Transport, Mr. W. F. Sheahan, yesterday told a deputation it would ...Article : 305 words
Federal Government departments had set up competition with State departments doing similar work, the Premier, Mr. McGirr, said in the Legislative Assembly ...Article : 234 words
TOKYO, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.- Reuter). — The Chinese to-day extended their offensive in Western ...Article : 318 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday.— Prof. A. Bland (Lib., N.S.W.) stated in the House of Representatives to-night that eight ...Article : 236 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The President of the Senate, Senator E. W. Mattner, who is chairman of the Joint House Committee, to-day ordered members of the ...Article : 573 words
Overcrowding in mental hospitals is steadily increasing. This is shown in the ...Article : 211 words
The annual report of the Public Service Board reveals a net increase of 1,246 in the number of State Public ...Article : 114 words
About 80 people took part in a demonstration outside Parliament House at 1.30 p.m. yesterday against the increased ...Article : 34 words
LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—The King, in his speech at the opening of Parliament to-day, expressed ...Article : 86 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday.— People living in Australia who are receiving payments under the British age pension scheme ...Article : 24 words
MELBOURNE, Tuesday. —Melbourne woollen mill managers said to-day that there would be further ...Article : 172 words
NEW YORK, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—President Truman yesterday said that one of the biggest jobs before ...Article : 189 words
The Gift Hall which opened in David Jones' Art Gallery this week is affording Sydney women a new experience. Instead of the usual ten-mile city tramp to find the right gift for everyone whose name makes the front page of their shopping list, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 567 words
NEW YORK, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—The New Zealand singer Oscar Natzka, 39, died in a New York ...Article : 155 words
The Speaker, Mr. W. H. Lamb, last night ordered Mr. R. C. Dewley (Lib., Drummoyne) to be removed ...Article : 159 words
LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—The British Foreign Secretary, Mr. Anthony Eden, has ...Article : 224 words
Kenneth Reid, of Houston Road, Kensington, last night chased a motorist who had knocked down a woman ...Article : 105 words
OSLO, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.). —Leon Jouhaux has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1951. ...Article : 78 words
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 6. —The fifth and most powerful atom bomb in the present series of tests was ...Article : 49 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday. —The Australian Government has not yet received an invitation from Britain ...Article : 51 words
NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.—Miss E. and Miss H. Haines, sisters, knelt and prayed when a home ...Article : 153 words
QUEBEC, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday ...Article : 133 words
LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.). —Lloyd's Shipping Agency announced to-day that the former Brazilian battleship, ...Article : 80 words
LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A.P.).—The King last evening made the Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Clement ...Article : 67 words
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