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  2. CITY FORECAST

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  4. Sweeping Defeat For Labour Party In British Local Government Elections

    LONDON Nov. 2.—Conservatives won a sweeping victory over Labour candidates yesterday in the borough elections in England and Wales. Following the landslide, the chairman of the Conservative Party, Lord Woolton, said the Labour Government should resign and hold, a general election. ...

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  5. W.A. MAY JOIN

    The Premier of Western Australia, Mr. McLarty, indicated last night that his Government might associate ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 520 words
  6. BREAD STRIKE IN SYDNEY Supplies Cut To-Day

    Sydney will be almost without bread to-day, because of a strike of operative bakers. Without warning to employers or the public, ...

    Article : 76 words
  7. COLUMN 8

    GHOST TRAINS? Yesterday a "Herald" man rang the railways, airlines, and N.R.M.A. to get a story on the thousands ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 528 words
  8. Boy Swept To Death In Flooded River

    A boy and a married couple were drowned in New South Wales rivers yesterday, and there were several ...

    Article : 384 words
  9. QUARTER NORMAL SUPPLY

    The Sydney strikers' decision will affect all the County of Cumberland. The full results will not be ...

    Article : 338 words
  10. EIRE ELECTIONS NEXT YEAR

    LONDON, Nov. 2 (A.A.P.).— The Prime Minister of Eire, Mr. de Valera, announced in Dublin on Friday he proposed to hold a ...

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  11. "WOULD MEAN DEARER BREAD"

    Parties to the dispute last night gave these views:— Strikers: The secretary of the Bakers' ...

    Article : 264 words
  12. Pitched Battle Against Greek Rebels

    LONDON, Nov. 2 (A.A.P.). —Greek Regular Army troops with bayonets repeatedly charged rebels in German built ...

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  13. ENGINE RIPS UP LINE

    HOBART, Sunday.—After leaving the line and ripping up the permanent way for nearly 100 yards, the engine and ...

    Article : 96 words
  14. SURVEY OF HOUSING

    The chief scientific adviser to the British Ministry of Works, Sir Reginald Stradling, arrived in Sydney from New ...

    Article : 92 words
  15. LITTLE BREAD IN NEWCASTLE

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday.— In Newcastle this week-end, even master-bakers were eating dampers and scones ...

    Article : 152 words
  16. Boy Shot In Bush Mishap

    One of six boys who went into the bush with two pearifles to shoot birds was accidentally shot on a track near ...

    Article : 138 words
  17. SUMMER TIME ENDS IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, Nov. 2 (A.A.P.).— British summer time ends to-day when G.M.T. will be restored. ...

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  18. Stunting Plane Falls Into Sea

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuters).—The pilot and a passenger lost their lives this afternoon when a light ...

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  19. Water Level Not Yet High In Sydney's Dams

    Sydney's catchment areas in the week-end did not receive heavy rain for long enough to increase dam levels ...

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  20. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    BAKERS' STRIKE.—Sydney will be almost without bread to-day because of a strike by bakers. The Bakers' Union decided on the ...

    Article : 314 words
  21. Showers Expected On Cup Afternoon

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— Showers are expected on Tuesday afternoon (Cup afternoon), according to a special forecast ...

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  22. WOMAN DIES AT AGE OF 105

    Mrs. Anelia Sternbeck died on Saturday at the age of 105 years at St. Alban's, near Windsor. Mrs. Sternbeck lived most of her ...

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  23. FLOODS FOLLOW EARTHQUAKE

    NEW YORK, Nov. 2 (A.A.P.) —Red Cross planes rushed relief supplies to-day to central Peru, where floods following an ...

    Article : 67 words
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