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  2. JAP PLANES CAUGHT

    PARKED aircraft, supply dumps, installations and barges were hit in a heavy raid on the Wewak area just before noon on Saturday. Five aircraft on the ground were burned and about 25 ...

    Article : 549 words
  3. BETTER ME AT SUPPLY MOVE

    STATE Cabinet is to consider the metropolitan meat shortage, and means of removing serious disabilities which the Commonwealth cut is inflicting upon consumers and retailers. ...

    Article : 389 words
  4. DUTY TO NATIVE PEOPLES

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Australia's duty as a trustee for the native races in the Pacific was emphasised in resolutions ...

    Article : 370 words
  5. AFTER THE BATTLE

    Australian infantryman, Corporal Tom Tyler, wounded in the action near Finschhafen, sits at the side of the jungle trail awaiting transportation to hospital. U.S. Signal Corps photograph. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 59 words
  6. SEA AMBULANCE TAKES FINSCHHAFEN WOUNDED

    Australian wounded in the fighting in the Finschhafen area, New Guinea, are awaiting transportation by sea ambulance to a hospital in the rear area. Litters are resting on the deck of a barge used for the purpose. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 92 words
  7. Troops Study By Mail

    More than 200 men of the Australian Fighting Forces are pursuing regular studies in New Guinea and other forward areas ...

    Article : 146 words
  8. 2 U.S. RED CROSS OFFICIALS KILLED

    News has been released that two officials of the American Red Cross have been killed in an air smash in New Guinea. ...

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  9. FLAME-THROWERS NO HELP TO JAPS

    FINSCHHAFEN, Friday.—Japanese used flame-throwers extensively but ineffectively on Friday in a two and a half hour attack on an Australian force blocking the Japanese Bonga-Wareo supply track. ...

    Article : 528 words
  10. N.G. Kanaka Quisling

    FINSCHHAFEN, Nov. 26.—Pedro, a Kanaka Quisling, has been brought to justice, and is now in the calaboose at Lae ...

    Article : 129 words
  11. COAL CASE

    DETECTIVE William Ivor Clarke said in cross-examination in the coal case that his evidence about times taken by him in tallying baskets loaded into vessels might be unreliable, because his watch did not keep the correct ...

    Article : 837 words
  12. RATIONING EGGS IN ALL STATES

    Beginning next week, civilians in all States will receive only 50 per cent. of their normal egg needs, according to a statement yesterday ...

    Article : 222 words
  13. Control Need After War

    SYDNEY, Monday.—For future Commonwealth development, restrictions on individual liberty would have to continue after the war, the ...

    Article : 152 words
  14. EMPLOYERS SEEK BASIC WAGE CUT

    APPLICATION for a reduction in the basic wage by 1/- a week for males and 2/6 for females was made in the Industrial Court yesterday by Australian Sugar Producers Association Ltd. ...

    Article : 584 words
  15. FISH CEILINGS REVIEW ASKED

    Representations made to the Deputy Prices Commissioner (Mr. E. H. Lindsey) yesterday by a deputation of fishermen, prawners ...

    Article : 157 words
  16. 200 SORTIES IN ONE DAY

    NEW YORK, Nov. 29 (A.A.P.).—More than 200 air sorties were made against Bougainville, in the Solomons, yesterday, according to ...

    Article : 144 words
  17. WHARFIE FOR TRIAL 9d THEFT CHARGE

    Lewis Leslie, 45, wharf labourer, who had pleaded not guilty to a charge of having stolen potatoes valued at 9d., the property of John ...

    Article : 78 words
  18. TWO AIRMEN KILLED

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Flight Sergt. L. H. White, trainee pilot, of Waverley, Sydney, and Flight Sergt. R. M. Carter, trainee ...

    Article : 38 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 524 words
  20. JUDGE REPLIES TO FACTORY CRITIC

    THE Industrial Court was ready to give assistance to remedy unsatisfactory conditions in factories if they existed but was devoid of any authority to deal with factories operating under a Federal award, said the Industrial ...

    Article : 425 words
  21. PLANES' HELP TO ARMY

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—Royal Australian Air Force army co-operation aircraft have done a magnificent job in the Lae and Finschhafen ...

    Article : 205 words
  22. Rail Men Say Ipswich Plant Faulty

    "Ipswich railway workshops are regarded departmentally as being modern, yet an inspection by on efficient officer will reveal many ...

    Article : 282 words
  23. Christmas To Be Austere

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—An austerity Christmas was still necessary, the War Organisation of Industry Minister (Mr. ...

    Article : 35 words
  24. MARGINS ON FEED WHEAT

    CANBERRA, Monday.—The Commonwealth Prices Commissioner (Professor D. B. Copland) to-day fixed the maximum margins which ...

    Article : 211 words
  25. RAIL TRAFFIC RISES 72 p.c.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Queensland railways are carrying 72 per cent. more traffic than before the war, with rolling stock and equipment ...

    Article : 197 words
  26. WHEAT YIELD OF NEARLY 5m. BUS.

    Despite adverse harvesting weather, the Queensland wheat crop probably would be 4½ to five million bushels, the State Wheat ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. 15 Absent Mine Workers Fined

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Twenty-seven mine workers employed at Mount Kembla Colliery, appeared before Mr. C. Pickup, S.M., at ...

    Article : 167 words
  28. SAVING PAPER ON CASKET TICKETS

    Fifty thousand sheets of foolscap are expected to be saved in every Golden Casket Art Union by the introduction of new composite ...

    Article : 182 words
  29. MUST POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Unless there was full "post early" co-operation by the public, it would not be possible to make full delivery of ...

    Article : 102 words
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