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  2. Dockyard Idle Soon If Strike Is Not Settled

    Work at the State Dockyard would be almost at a standstill by the week-end if the members of the Federated Enginedrivers and Firemen's Association, who went on strike yesterday, did not return to work by that time, a spokesman said today. About 26 cranedrivers. who are ...

    Article : 277 words
  3. Tamarama Murder Trial:

    SYDNEY: "Delusions of persecution are so deep-seated in the prisoner against three persons connected with this trial that I fear for their safety if he is allowed to go free," said Dr. H. L. Spearman, psychiatrist, in the Central Criminal Court today. ...

    Article : 350 words
  4. New Police Chief In Newcastle

    Supt. R. H. Blackley (left) welcoming: Supt. E. Clifford of Dubbo on his arrival in Newcastle today. Mr. Clifford will take charge of the North-Eastern Police Division on Mr. Blackley's transfer to Sydney tomorrow. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  5. Police Puzzled By Launch Found On Harbor Bed

    SYDNEY: Discovery of a sunken 16ft. launch in 40 feet of water near Pinchgut by two fishermen last night is puzzling police. ...

    Article : 128 words
  6. Million In U.S. Blacklisted As Reds Or Radicals

    WASHINGTON, Mon. (A.A.P.): "The un-American Activities Commits has publicly admitted that its files contain a blacklist of 1,000,000 people," said Chet Holifield (Dem., Cal.) in the House of Representatives. "It claims they are either disloyal, ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. Stadium Spectator Hit With Bottle

    SYDNEY.—As a sequel to an incident at the Stadium last night, during which a spectator was hit with a bottle, John Irwin Jubb, 39, was ...

    Article : 97 words

    MELBOURNE: With her bows out of the water and without changing course or slackening speed an R.A.A.F. ...

    Article : 233 words
  9. Expulsion Of A.W.U. Men Is Overruled

    MELBOURNE: Thomas Renwick, of Bondi Juriction, Sydney, and six other former N.S.W. branch, executive ...

    Article : 299 words

    SYDNEY.—Pay increases for country hotel employees were authorised by the Chief State Conciliation Commissioner (Mr. Kilpatrick) today by ...

    Article : 109 words

    SYDNEY: The Weather Bureau believes the present cool to mild spell will end on Thursday, when "it will start to warm up again." Rain has fallen everywhere in the State except in the Riverina and on the south-west slopes. ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. Won Second Prize In State Lottery

    Mr. A. H. Downie, a Newcastle Estate Agent, who won second prize of £2000 in the No. 11 Special Lottery, drawn today. (See story Page One.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 34 words

    SYDNEY.—Dave Miller, a storeman, who won first prize in today's £12,000 lottery, is keeping it a dark secret. Dave, who works for Beard, Watson's, ...

    Article : 135 words
  14. Princess Margaret And Milford-Haven Subject Of Romantic Gossipers

    LONDON, Tues. (O.S.R.): Two intriguing rumors are circulating through Mayfair drawing rooms following the Royal wedding. One is that the Marquess of Mil- ...

    Article : 178 words
  15. Army For U.S.A.

    WASHINGTON, Mon. (O.S.R.): The Eighty-Second Airborne Division—pride of the U.S. Army—is to be immediately restored to its full wartime strength of 16,000, with the newest armament. IT is the first time since the 1945 ...

    Article : 158 words



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