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  2. New Bill Will Co-ordinate State Road Policy

    Moving the second reading of the Main Roads Acts Amendment Bill in Parliament to-day, the Minister for Public Works (Mr. H. A. Bruce) said that it would bring about the co-ordination of the State road policy on sound lines financial and otherwise, and would prevent overlapping. It would ...

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  3. Judge Orders Woman's Body To be Exhumed

    In Chamber in the Supremo Court this morning Mr. Justice R. J. Douglas ordered the exhumation of the body of Grace Venna Patricia Coles, otherwise ...

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    A question whether a woman was of sound mind, memory, and understanding when she made what is claimed to be her last will is to be ...

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  5. "The People's War, and Authorities Should Tell What is Being Done"

    "Any impression that this war is regarded as the exclusive concern of professional soldiers, civil servants and politicians, can lead only to disaster. It is the people's war, and the people look to the authorities to let them know, through the newspapers, all that is being done." ...

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  6. He's Twenty-One To-day

    John Bromwich's twenty-first birthday coincided with his return south, and friends who farewelled the tennis star at the mail train to-day took the opportunity to wish him "many happy returns." On the left, of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Prime Minister To Investigate Coal Problems

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) promised a deputation from the coal mine unions to-day that he would discuss with the Attorney-General and Minister for ...

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  8. Government Move Wanted Over Jobs Of Men Who Enlist

    Legislative action to protect men who volunteered for the 2nd A.I.F. and who failed to pass the second medical test ...

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  9. Bombers Driven From Shetlands And Yorkshire

    The Admiralty announced to-day that two attacks on the Shetland Islands were made by enemy aircraft which were driven off by anti-aircraft gunfire. The bombs dropped did no serious damage. ...

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  10. "Council Men Sacked When Going to Camp"

    It was amazing to find that the Council when a man was going into militia training gave him notice of dismissal a few days prior to his entering camp, ...

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  11. Associate Golf

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  12. Personal

    His Excellency and Lady Wilson this evening will attend a screening of the Barrier Reef film in the City Hall in aid of the Patriotic Fund. ...

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    Important amendments to the Broadcasting Bill at present before the House of Representatives will be discussed by the Country Party ...

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  14. Textile and Rubber Factories Close In Czechoslovakia

    The Paris radio states that 6,000 workers have been thrown idle through textile and rubber factories in Bohemia and Moravia closing down owing to a ...

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  15. Record Spending Last Year on Main Roads

    EXPENDITURE on main roads last year, £2,301,920 was the highest on record, states the Main Roads Commissioner (Mr. J. R. Kemp) in his annual ...

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  17. Southern Exchanges

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  18. Williamstown Cup Scratchings

    Elanage International and Telreen have been s[?]ed for the Williamstown Cup next Saturday. ...

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  19. Oil v. Wood Fuel For Electricity

    It has been established that many electricity power stations have installed plant requiring oil fuel not because oil is more economical but because it was ...

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    The Minister for the Interior (Senator H. S. Foil) said to-day that the £2,050,000 unemployment relief grant to the States would probably include provision for the expenditure of £100,000 on the Queensland inland strategic road. ...

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  21. Second A.I.F. Will Have Bands

    Military bands will be formed soon within the Second A.I.F. Although the A.I.F. establishment provides for every detail of training and ...

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    The recent re-shuffle at City Council department offices cost £481710 for the change over in the telephones. The main change was in separating works from ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 211 words
  24. British Trade Mission

    Reuter's representative at Madrid reports that a British mission is expected there to-day to negotiate on Anglo-Spanish trade and make an ...

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    The Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) will visit the Caloundra military camp tomorrow. He will arrive at the 5th Field ...

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  26. Temperature to Noon in Capitals

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  27. Allies Not Asked U.S. to Watch China Interests

    The Slate Department has denied report that the British and French Governments had requested the United States to assure the ...

    Article : 56 words
  28. More Wool for Civilians

    It is announced an increase in the allocation of wool for civilian consumption is probable. Bradford welcomes this, owing to the fact that, the numerous ...

    Article : 51 words



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