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  2. PERSONAL.

    The Minister for Education (Mr Tonkin) and the Director of Education (Mr M. G. Little) will inspect the summer school of physical ...

    Article : 420 words
  3. AMERICAN OUTLOOK.

    "You in Australia are a people almost entirely of British stock and you are fortunate that your's is a British civilisation," said Dr Allan ...

    Article : 1,057 words
  4. VICTORY LOAN.

    The Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) yesterday announced that the Government would ask the people of Australia to subscribe £150,000,000 of ...

    Article : 890 words
  5. MEAT RATIONING.

    Yesterday, the first day of meat rationing throughout Australia, passed off quietly in Perth. Officially neither the Deputy Director ...

    Article : 292 words
  6. PACIFIC PROBLEMS

    CANBERRA, Jan 17.—Talks related to post-war problems in general and those of the Pacific in particular began in Canberra today between Ministerial and departmental representatives of the Australian and New Zealand Governments and will continue throughout the week. The ...

    Article : 2,364 words
  7. NEWS AND NOTES.

    After the 11 pm news on Saturday the British Broadcasting Corporation for the first time played the new National Anthem of the ...

    Article : 511 words
  8. The West Australian.

    There is every reason why the discussions inaugurated in Canberra yesterday between the Australian and New Zealand Governments ...

    Article : 912 words
  9. BASIC WAGE.

    MELBOURNE, Jan 17.—Adjustments to the basic wage in the capital cities where Commonwealth arbitration awards are adjusted ...

    Article : 203 words
  10. AROUND THE SHOPS.

    The average housewife had little or no idea of the system by which meat was rationed was the opinion of city butchers when ...

    Article : 392 words
  11. AIR FORCE AWARDS

    CANBERRA, Jan 17.—When an RAAF aircraft crashed and burst into flames Flying-Officer (Temp Wing-Commander Geoffrey ...

    Article : 326 words
  12. HOT AGAIN.

    Perth temperatures began to rise again over the weekend and on Sunday the maximum reading at 2.50 pm was 100.4deg—15.8deg above the ...

    Article : 703 words
  13. 1939-43 STAR.

    CANBERRA. Jan 17.—Conditions of eligibility for the 1939-43 Star struck to commemorate the expulsion of the enemy from North Africa ...

    Article : 180 words
  14. COMMON WEALTH PARTY.

    LONDON, Jan 17.—Lt H. Lawson, MP, who recently won the Skipton by-election for the Common Wealth Party, was officially forbidden to ...

    Article : 134 words
  15. SEAMEN'S SHARE.

    SYDNEY, Jan 17.—Coastal and interstate shipping companies in Sydney were advised today by the Rationing Commission that they ...

    Article : 241 words
  16. MAIL TIMETABLES.

    CLOSING TIMES.—Closing times here under are for the Perth GPO: Registered articles must be posted one hour before ordinary letters but not earlier ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. MARRIAGE AND HOUSING.

    BRISBANE, Jan 17.—People should be encouraged to marry young by assistance to buy homes with furniture and labour-saving ...

    Article : 116 words
  18. AIR TRANSPORT.

    CANBERRA, Jan 17.—An international transport authority to operate major overseas airlines after the war is believed to be among ...

    Article : 310 words
  19. GENERAL STRIKE MOVE.

    SYDNEY, Jan 17.—The coal miners are threatening strike action unless they receive more meat. The men employed at Lithgow' ...

    Article : 297 words
  20. QUESTION ANSWERED.

    H.H. Rivervale: The late Mr T. G. A. Molloy was once connected with "The We Australian" in a business capacity ...

    Article : 30 words
  21. Advertising

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  22. R.A.A.F. CHURCH.

    MELBOURNE, Jan 17.—The establishment of a church for the use of members of the RAAF at Port Moresby, which has been a ...

    Article : 137 words
  23. LATE MR P. J. LYNCH.

    A State funeral was accorded the late Mr P. J. Lynch, a former President of the Senate, yesterday. A Requiem Mass was celebrated at the ...

    Article : 140 words
  24. OFFENCES ALLEGED

    SYDNEY, Jan 17.—Harry Barnes, master butcher, of Junction-road, summer Hill, and Thomas Ambrose Herbert, of Gerald-avenue, ...

    Article : 180 words
  25. DANISH SABOTEURS.

    LONDON, Jan 17.—Copenhagen radio reports that saboteurs yesterday carried out a series of bomb explosions in Copenhagen. Fifty ...

    Article : 84 words
  26. TRAM SMASHES.

    writs issued out of the Supreme Court today against the Commonwealth arising from the two tram smashes at Moorooka on September ...

    Article : 75 words
  27. CANNED MEAT DISTRIBUTION

    CANBERRA, Jan 17.—Common- wealth control over the distribution of canned meats for the local trade is provided for in an order gazetted ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. GALLANT AIRMEN.

    LONDON, Jan 16.—The names of over 4,000 airmen, representing British, Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and South African units, ...

    Article : 42 words
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