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  2. IN PARLIAMENT YESTERDAY LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT CHANGES

    Several amendments to the Local Government Act one of them providing for The holding of municipal elections on Saturdays instead of Thursdays were contained in a bill which passed the House of Assembly last night. MOVING the second reading, the ...

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  3. WON PUBLIC SCHOOLS' MATCH BY 100 RUNS

    The Grammar School team which yesterday defeated St. Patrick's College by 100 runs on the first innings in the second public schools' roster match of the season. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 38 words
  4. PREMIER'S DEFENCE OF HYDRO COMMISSION

    Because of the acute shortage of essential materials, the Hydro-Electric Commission was having the greatest difficulty in extending power to country districts as quickly as it had planned, said the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) ...

    Article : 332 words
  5. International Wool Men

    Upper: Dr. Edgar H. Booth, chairman of the International Wool Secretariat, London, who is due in Sydney next week to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 83 words
  6. Special Stamp

    CANBERRA. — A special postage stamp would be issued in Australia to mark the occasion of the 21st ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. Waterside Strike Move Defeated

    SYDNEY. — Federal council of the Waterside Workers' Federation is understood to have rejected by telegraphic vote the proposal to tie-up Australian ports on the Sydney wharf overtime issue. ...

    Article : 355 words
  8. FOOD SHORT ON W. COAST

    Some West Coast centres, particularly Tullah and Rosebery have been seriously inconvenienced as far as ...

    Article : 306 words
  9. JUDGE'S POWERS ARE CHALLENGED

    MELBOURNE.—The right of the Chief Judge of the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to control alone the procedure of that court is being challenged in the High Court on a summons issued by the A.C.T.U. ...

    Article : 170 words
  10. RABBITPLAN SUPPORTED

    CANBERRA. — Support for the new rabbit canning factory at Ulverstone was promised yesterday by Mr ...

    Article : 155 words
  11. GOVT. CARE OF SOLDIERS

    CANBERRA. — Proposals received from a special advisory committee on medical services in a report made to the ...

    Article : 200 words
  12. To Control Lead Supplies

    CANBERRA. — Federal Cabinet yesterday decided that lead supplies in Australia would be controlled. ...

    Article : 151 words
  13. GAOLED FOR ONE MONTH

    Albert Cyril O'Keefe pleaded guilty at Hobart yesterday to having at Hobart on March 24, 1942, imposed on the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 111 words
  14. TAS. APPLES IN BRISBANE

    The first Tasmanian apples for the 1947 season arrived in Brisbane on Thursday, but as yet none had been delivered to the market. ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. DRUG ADDICT DOCTOR DIES

    LONDON (A.A.P.).—An amazing story is behind the death last week of Dr. William de Barque Hubert, ...

    Article : 219 words
  16. Stevedoring Shake-up

    CANBERRA.—The Commonwealth Gove r n m e n t might shelve the Stevedoring Industry Bill, which was ...

    Article : 344 words
  17. CROQUET

    Matches played at Hobart yesterday in the croquet championship tournament resulted:—A grade level event—Mrs. Cook d Mrs. Chamber ...

    Article : 87 words
  18. SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS NOW £20,455,000

    Tasmanian savings bank deposits now totalled £20,455,000, or £82 per head of the population, said the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) yesterday. He added that this was the only ...

    Article : 226 words
  19. WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF

    HAMILTON, Bermuda (A.A.P.). — Britain has assured the Bermuda Government that neither Bermuda nor other British colonies and dependencies in the Western Hemisphere will be transferred to American ...

    Article : 663 words
  20. £l87 m. LONDON SCHOOLS PLAN

    An ambitious long-term plan,estimated to cost £187 million, and to keep 12,000 building workers occupied for the next 18 years, ...

    Article : 364 words
  21. Committed for Trial

    MELBOURNE—Yeung Shing was shot dead by Chan Kwang, who committed suicide last Friday, and Chan Sin, the other accused, was ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. Weather Right at Last

    Atter having been twice postponed owing to bad weather. Charles St. School chose a perfect day for its swimming sports at the Victoria Baths yesterday. Picture shows official and spectators watching the start of a race. (Details, page?) —"The Examiner" photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 52 words
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  24. NATION WIDE FIGHT AGAINST COMMUNISM?

    CANBERRA.—The Australian Council of Employers' Federation will support the plan of the N.S.W. Graziers' Association for a nation-wide fight against Communism. THE Graziers' Association, at its ...

    Article : 317 words
  25. 46,294 Unemployment Benefit Claims in Six Months

    CANBERRA.—Of 46,294 claims admitted for unemployment benefits during the six months ended December last, 11,834 were due to strikes and lockouts and 11,012 to power rationing. THIS is stated in the latest ...

    Article : 213 words
  26. Gladstone

    A DANCE held in aid of the state school raised over £4. Music was supplied by Mesdames H. Standage and J. Mallinson and Mr. B. ...

    Article : 127 words
  27. TO-DAY'S SUMMARY

    The Sun—To-day, rises 6.5 a.m., sets 6.38 p.m. To-morrow, rises 6.6 a.m., sets 6.37 p.m. Lights on vehicles—6.38 p.m. to ...

    Article : 86 words
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