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    AGAINST A BACKGROUND of net and sail, six former sailing ship seamen sang chanties and recalled days long past at the annual social of Port Adelaide sub-section of the Ex-Naval Men's Association at Port Adelaide last night. The former mariners are (from left) Messrs. W. T. Edwards (79), J. Borr (91), J. Bond (83), G. Shaw (85), J. Healy (75), and W. Richardson (79). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 129 words
  4. Miners to do shift-work: Army quits

    Sydney.—The Federal Government would withdraw troops from open-cut mines in New South Wales at midnight tomorrow, the Joint Coal Board announced today. Miners' leaders previously had agreed to a system of working ...

    Article : 348 words
  5. Dramatic arrest of 6 youths

    Melbourne.—Six youths—one armed with a 32 calibre revolver and another with a dagger-like knife. ...

    Article : 322 words
  6. £25,000 bank back in says union

    Sydney.—Ironworkers' Association officials said today they had paid back into the Commonwealth Bank the £25,000 they withdrew in defiance of the Government's "fund-freezing" regulations. ...

    Article : 309 words
  7. Gold vanishes from Vic. mail train

    Melbourne.—Gold bullion worth £3,160 which was loaded on the Bendigo-Melbourne mail train about midday on Wednesday did not arrive at Spencer Street Post Office, police revealed today. THE gold, it is understood, was ...

    Article : 422 words
  8. They're catching cod without hooks now

    Murray Bridge.—Two unusual methods of catching Murray Cod, reported this week.— No. 1—WITH RABBIT TRAP—Mr. J. Miller, of Tailem Bend set a rabbit trop just under water intending to catch ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. Slow start at steelworks

    Newcastle.—Steel production at the huge BHP plant here will begin again next week on a restricted scale. ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. Hungarians for Australia

    London, Saturday.—Two hundred Hungarian refugees left Genoa yesterday to settle in Australia, says the Italian ...

    Article : 43 words
  11. Fatal N.S.W. smash

    Sydney.—One man was killed and several injured when a car in which they were occupants crashed at Kogarah this ...

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