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  2. OVERTIME STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—A serious extension of the overtime strike in the metal trade industry, which will further slow down the war effort, is threatened next ...

    Article : 210 words
  3. THE "PYJAMA GIRL."

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—It was announced today that on Monday Messrs. Glasbeen and Co., solicitors, of Hunter-street, city. would issue from the Supreme Court a ...

    Article : 364 words
  4. SOLDIERS' CHILDREN.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—The Federal Cabinet has decided to give educational assistance to children of those members of the 2nd A.I.F. who are killed, suffer ...

    Article : 326 words
  5. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES.

    CANBERRA, Jan. 17.—After organisations of Jehovah's Witnesses had been declared unlawful in a special gazette issued at 1.30 o'clock this afternoon ...

    Article : 864 words
  6. "INCREDIBLY BUNGLED."

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—Police and military authorities in Sydney severely criticised the announcement of the decision to declare the Watch Tower Bible and Tract ...

    Article : 174 words
  7. ON GUARD.

    While their comrades of the A.I.F. were enjoying a swim at Gaza, this armed guard kept a sharp lookout for any attack. In the picture are Privates W. J. Thorpe, F. A. Clarke and J. A. McGregor, of an infantry training battalion. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 49 words
  8. MUNITIONS PRODUCTION.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—The Full Bench of the Industrial Commission decided to- day that required production in a Newcastle factory supplying munitions could ...

    Article : 209 words
  9. RAILWAY SMASH.

    LONDON, Jan. 17.—The Vichy radio this morning revealed that the Berlin-Paris express had been derailed yesterday. The locality was not stated, but it was ...

    Article : 36 words
  10. VIOLINIST CHARMS SNAKES.

    ADELAIDE, Jan. 17.—While Lyndall Hendrickson, the young South Australian violinist, was practising Paganini's "Caprice" in a house at Port Noarlunga ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. N.S.W. WAGES TAX.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—The Premier (Mr. M[?]ir) told the joint management committee of the Boilermakers and Ironworkers' Unions today that the State ...

    Article : 153 words
  12. "DOWN ON TROUSERS."

    As part of an economy campaign, ostensibly necessary owing to lack of materials and losses arising from war causes, Italian males will soon be wearing shorts; ...

    Article : 452 words
  13. AIRCRAFT FACTORY STOPPAGE.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—A strike took place at the de Havilland Aircraft Pty., Ltd., Waterloo, today, when about 80 Lien ceased work because of the transfer of a ...

    Article : 127 words
  14. "NEUTRAL IN THE WAR."

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—Referring today to a statement made in Canberra that the "Government has been informed, that officials of Jehovah's Witnesses in ...

    Article : 219 words
  15. SHOULD CENSORS DRINK?

    BERMUDA, Jan. 16.—Heated arguments and criticism have caused the postponement of a Bill to permit a liquor licence for the Bermudiana Hotel, which ...

    Article : 113 words
  16. THREAT TO LEAVE WORK.

    SYDNEY, Jan. 17.—The Minister for Labour and National Service (Mr. Holt) said today that he had been told that a few of the men employed at Garden ...

    Article : 157 words
  17. CHARGING FOR SHELTER.

    LONDON, Jan. 16.—Henry Adolph Ramsay, a 44-year-old clerk, has been sentenced to imprisonment for a year for having charged householders for entry ...

    Article : 41 words
  18. A PREMATURE ANNOUNCEMENT.

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 17.—The announcement by the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Hughes) in Canberra yesterday that radio stations closed last ...

    Article : 208 words
  19. ACTION IN THIS STATE.

    Following the decision of the Federal Cabinet to declare Jehovah's Witnesses an illegal organisation, police officers visited the West Australian headquarters ...

    Article : 162 words
  20. THE R.A.F. "NAVY."

    The high-speed launch section of the Royal Air Force is doing valuable work. The launches are fitted with radio, medical and life-saving apparatus. They have been the means of saving lives when aircraft have been shot or forced down into the sea. This is part of the interior of some of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 79 words
  21. Advertising

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  22. MR. E. HOLMAN, M.L.A., PLEASED.

    Mr. E. Holman, M.L.A., who is at present serving at Guildford with the 13th Field Coy. Engineers and who had previously advocated the banning of the ...

    Article : 159 words
  23. DEATH OF PROFESSOR'S WIFE.

    LONDON, Jan. 16.—An inquest on the death of Mrs. Elsie Lloyd James was begun today and adjourned to February 21. (Professor Arthur Lloyd James, ...

    Article : 191 words
  24. ATTACKS ON POLICE.

    BRISBANE, Jan. 17.—A constable was struck over the right eye with an axe. a woman attacked three other police with a stick, and a detective-constable was ...

    Article : 149 words
  25. SIR LUKE THOMPSON KILLED.

    LONDON, Jan. 16.—Sir Luke Thompson, a former Conservative member of the House of Commons for Sunderland, was killed yesterday when he was caught ...

    Article : 85 words
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