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  2. ATOMIC BOMB HORROR NO CAUSE FOR EXULTATION

    "News from Hiroshima does not cause us to exult," says Daily Herold in a leading article. "Official accounts of the havoc caused by the ...

    Article : 955 words
  3. OCCUPATION RELEASES BY SERVICES

    Since the decision to release 64,000 servicemen was announced the Manpower Directorate had been inundated with applications by employers ...

    Article : 250 words
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    Today's Armstrong "ET TU, BRUIN?" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 5 words
  5. WAR CRIMINALS DISMAYED WHEN HEARD NEWS

    German war criminals awaiting their trial were dismayed when they were told that the Allies had used an atomic bomb. Copies of the ...

    Article : 112 words
  6. AUSTRALIANS LEAVING RAF IN SE ASIA

    Few Australian members of air crews will be left in India or Burma soon. As a result of the Air Ministry's order to repatriate some ...

    Article : 199 words
  7. COUNCIL'S PLANS FOR V-P DAY

    "Let us protect the people against a dreary form of celebration on V-P Day," said Cr Barry at the quarterly meeting of the City Council ...

    Article : 270 words
  8. Jaguar Cubs Born at Zoo

    Two jaguar cubs born at the Melbourne Zoo will be three weeks old on Sunday. They are not the first jaguars to be born here, but they ...

    Article : 161 words
  9. MR DEDMAN IN LAUNCH THAT NEARLY HIT WHALE

    Mr Dedman, Minister for Postwar Reconstruction, had an exciting experience yesterday while on a sightseeing tour of Green Island and the ...

    Article : 156 words
  10. "GRATEFUL FOR DISCOVERY IF SHORTENS WAR"

    Commenting on the use of the atomic bomb by the Allies, Brigadier C. J. Brimblecombe, president of the Council of Churches in South ...

    Article : 173 words
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  12. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED

    William Cooper, 17, of Glenhuntly rd, Caulfield, was admitted to Alfred Hospital in a critical condition last night suffering from a probable ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. PROPOSAL TO FORM NEW STATE

    At a conference of local government bodies from all parts of Monaro and the far south coast held at Moruya (NSW) a resolution was passed for ...

    Article : 142 words
  14. WHEAT FOR No 8 POOL

    Mr T. A. Adkins, state superintendent, Australian Wheat Board, said yesterday that August 31 had been decided upon as the final date for ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. SCIENTIST WHO WAS SCHOOLBOY AT BALLARAT

    Dr Eric Burhop, named among the scientists engaged in the atomic bomb research in America, was for three years a schoolboy at Ballarat ...

    Article : 121 words
  16. DECREASE IN SHEEP

    Drought conditions during 1944 and the first quarter of this year have made wide gaps in Australian herds. The number of sheep in the 12 ...

    Article : 104 words
  17. MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS

    Cr R. H. Lord, who has been a member of the East Ward of the City of Caulfield for 25 years, and has represented the council on the ...

    Article : 114 words
  18. DROUGHT SUFFERERS SEEK RELIEF

    Representing North- Eastern branches of the Dairymen's Association, a deputation yesterday protested to Mr Dunstan and Mr ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. LITLE RADIO ACTIVITY INTER ATOMIC BOMB

    The US War Department has issued a statement deying Published reports that atomic bombed areas continue for year to react with ...

    Article : 56 words
  20. KILLED BY MOTORTRUCK

    While trying to climb aboard a moving motor-truck in Flinders st extension yesterday, Donald Richards, 23, of Hillside av, Northcote, ...

    Article : 42 words
  21. BENDIGO ART PRIZES

    This year the Bendigo Gallery committee has decided to allot its annual art prizes—c=p\120 for oil and £ 30 for water-colour—on December ...

    Article : 60 words
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