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  4. Cheerful Saturday morning BOOM CHRISTMAS HITS THE CITY SHOPS

    SHOPKEEPERS are having their merriest Christmas since pre-war days, a survey of the city and suburbs showed yesterday. ...

    Article : 375 words
  5. CROWD SEE YOUTH SINK

    SYDNEY, Fri: A 17-year-old Victorian competitor in the Australian swimming championship, F. W. ...

    Article : 196 words
  6. —and not so cheerful Bread and beer prices go up from Monday

    LOAVES of bread and pots of beer will be dearer on Monday. Bread will cost 8½d a 2lb loaf delivered and 8d in the shops. Hotels will charge ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. Miss Australia's sunshine smile

    MISS AUSTRALIA, Miss Margaret Hughes of NSW, relaxed yesterday after the strain of Press and radio interviews, She took a leisurely walk down Collins street. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Tram men up for contempt

    Summonses for alleged contempt of Court were issued from the Arbitration Court yesterday on ...

    Article : 286 words
  9. And the sun will be shining too!

    The weather bureaus' forecast for tomorrow is —fine weather, with moderate temperatures. ...

    Article : 65 words
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  11. 1,500 apply for 400 wharf jobs

    Almost 1,500 men have applied to fill fewer than 400 vacancies in Melbourne's authorised port labour quota of 5,250 ...

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  12. Governor's wife robbed in city

    A SNEAK thief stole the handbag of Lady Brooks, wife of the Governor, while she was shopping in the city yesterday. Accompanied by her ...

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  13. King and Queen are sorry

    LONDON, Fri (AAP): "The Queen and I greatly regret that it was not possible for us to visit ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. "Shot in arm" for Berlin

    BERLIN, Fri (AAP): Announcing the release of 95 million Deutsche marks (about £8 million) from counterpart funds ...

    Article : 89 words
  15. Prisoners given hacksaws

    SYDNEY, Fri: Detectives said tonight that hacksaws had apparently been smuggled in to Darcy Dugan and William ...

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  16. Mr McKell to retire, says paper

    LONDON, Fri: Lord Wakehurst, a former Governor of NSW, is tipped by the "Daily Express" to succeed Mr McKell ...

    Article : 106 words
  17. Russia claims atom smasher

    BERLIN, Fri: Russia claims to have a new atom smasher better than those elsewhere. The official Soviet News ...

    Article : 48 words
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    Women are needed for Goulburn [?] in January. Their fares will be paid if they apply through Common ...

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