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  2. STOCKTAKING AT LIBRARY

    The Public Lending Library is now in its second week of annual stocktaking. Here are attendants checking some of the thousands of volumes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. FEW VOLUNTEER TO PICK FRUIT

    There has been a very poor response to the urgent call from the Women's Voluntary National Register, ...

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  4. THE PATH OF VICTORY

    A SIDELIGHT on the victory of the British Eighth Army in Egypt. --Boots of a British soldier splash through mud caused by heavy rains and bespatter helmets discarded by Nazi troops in their flight to Tunisia. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Sugar Ration Explained

    Although sugar coupons have been brought into line with tea coupons--in future, both will become available at once--this new ...

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  6. SCHEME URGED TO END SICKNESS WORRY

    CANBERRA. -- Support for the introduction into Australia of a compulsory contributory medical scheme was given today by the general superintendent of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney (Dr. A. B. Lilley), ...

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  7. CLUES IN MURDER FOLLOWED

    Valuable clues being followed up by a big squad of detectives give promise of an early solution of the ...

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  8. A.W.U. Will Continue To Stand Alone

    BALLARAT.--Believing, as one delegate put it, that after 57 years they were still capable of controlling their own destiny, the ...

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  9. Miners Urge Wholehearted Support Of Government

    SYDNEY.--Warning miners not to play into the hands of Labor's opponents, the Central Council of the Miners' Federation has reaffirmed its support for the Curtin administration. ...

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  10. Standardised Footwear Order Issued

    SYDNEY. -- Within a few days an order standardising the manufacture of footwear in Australia will be issued, ...

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  11. HONESTY OF READERS

    The borrowing public responds whole-heartedly in returning books, the Librarian (Mr T. Fleming Cook) said today, for ...

    Article : 239 words
  12. MAN POWER AT CEMETERIES

    Referring to a complaint by the secretary of the Funeral Directors' Association (Mr H. A. Bussell) that there was a serious ...

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  13. MEN NEEDED FOR SALT HARVESTING

    GEELONG. -- The salt harvest began here today, bul the manpower shortage is so acute that the District National Service Officer ...

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  14. AUSTERITY ON ELECTION DAY

    SIR,--As we are to have both State and Federal elections this year, why not hold both on the same day? ...

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  15. Why Higher Milk Price Is Sought

    Milk producers supplying the metropolitan area had had only one price increase since the outbreak of war, a rise of ...

    Article : 365 words
  16. Late War News

    LONDON, Today. -- The ordinary Moscow communique, giving details of Russian successes, says t! at in the Ukraine they ...

    Article : 143 words
  17. RAAF Man Charged With Manslaughter

    The story of a fatal altercation in the foyer of a city theare was told to Judge Magennis and a Jury by the Prosecutor for the King ...

    Article : 172 words
  18. Police Asked For 'George,' Was Sold Sly Grog

    When First Constable Haag, of the Licensing Police, accompanied by a policewoman, knocked at a house in Canterbury Road, Albert Park, at 10.15 p.m. on New Year's Eve, asked for George and said he was from next door, he was invited to come inside and join the ...

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  19. Government Wants Fewer Cars And Trucks On Road

    Diversion of all available commercial cars and trucks to essential work, and the immobilisation of old secondhand vehicles which are taxing Australia's dwindling repair and maintenance resources arc being sought by Commonwealth ...

    Article : 274 words
  20. Advertising

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  21. ELECTION DATE MAY BE KNOWN TODAY

    State Cabinet may decide today the date of the next election for the Legislative Assembly. As the present session of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  22. SUPPOSED ENEMY ALIEN WHO WORKS ON AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION

    An extraordinary story of incidents associated with an Hungarian-born ex-member of the AIF and now employed in aircraft production, being charged with breaches of the enemy alien provisions of the National Security Regulations, was told to Mr Jackson, P.M., in the Brunswick Court today. ...

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  23. N.S.W. Women Rail Workers' Threat

    SYDNEY.--Two hundred railway women porters and cleaners have today issued an ultimatum that they will stop work unless ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. Unable To Say How He Was Wounded

    SYDNEY.--Leslie Linden Faulkner, 31, soldier, of Parramatta Road, Stanmore, who was found yesterday outside the G.P.O. with ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. LOWER TRAM FARES SOUGHT BY COUNCIL

    Lower tram fares will be urged by Hawthom City Council at the meeting of the Metropolitan Council of the Municipal Association on ...

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  26. Union's New Appeal To Striking Ironworkers

    SYDNEY.--Eight hundred ironworkers who stopped work last week in defiance of a union direction to resume to enable ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. Reformatory Boys Save Kiosk From Fire

    Adelaide. -- Promptitude by boys from the Magill Reformatory prevented the demolition by bush fire of the kiosk at Morialta on ...

    Article : 74 words
  28. Air Commodore Takes Up New Duties

    Air, Commodore H. F. De La Rue, D.F.C., recently appointed Inspector of Administration of the RAAF, has taken up his duties at ...

    Article : 82 words
  29. Company Wants Men To Join A.W.U.

    SYDNEY.--Applying for sick- leave pay for members of the Australian Paper Mills Employes' Union in the Arbitration Court ...

    Article : 147 words
  30. Advertising

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  31. CRASH WHEN MAN DIES AT WHEEL

    SYDNEY.--With a dead man at the steering wheel, a car crashed into a horse lorry in the city today, smashing hundreds of soft drink ...

    Article : 118 words
  32. STIR OVER LABOR BALLOT CHANGES

    Allegations by the Trade Unions Advisory Committee about Labor Party ballot irregularities, particularly regarding the recent Senate ...

    Article : 67 words
  33. NEWS IN BRIEF

    Conductresses May Sit.--No disciplinary action was taken against tram and bus conductresses for sitting during slack periods, the ...

    Article : 72 words
  34. 50 Years In One Colliery

    SYDNEY.--Thomas Smith, of Coledale, has retired after 50 years' service at South Clifton Colliery. Scarborough, where he ...

    Article : 54 words
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