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  2. DAILY DIGEST OF WORLD NEWS AND VIEWS

    A survey just made by the American Institute of Public Opinion discloses that in answer to the question "Do you have confidence in official news from Germany ...

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    His Excellency the Governor (Sir Winston Dugan) inspecting the guard of honour before attending the speech night at Melbourne Grammar School yesterday. Also in the picture are the head master (Mr. J. R. Sutcliffe) and Captain A. Brading, in charge of the guard. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 44 words
  4. DID NOT WANT TO HURT SON

    James Cantlin, manager of Ballintrae Estate, Bunyip, admitted in the Banco Court yesterday that he had told a lie when giving ...

    Article : 307 words
  5. A.C.I. MAY MAKE MOTOR-CARS

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Leading industrialists predict that proposals by Australian Consolidated Industries Ltd., formerly the ...

    Article : 425 words
  6. INTERVIEW WITH MEMBERS

    Details of interviews with mantabers of Parliament concerning the [?]assage of the Money-lenders Bill [?]ast year were given yesterday by ...

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  7. ARCHBISHOP OF ADELAIDE

    One of the youngest prelates ever appointed in Australia, the Rev. Dr. Matthew [?]Beovich, D.D., Ph.D., director of education in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 365 words
  8. MINING UNIONS' CLAMS

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Claims of the mining unions for a 40-hour week for all sections without reduction of pay and the ...

    Article : 478 words
  9. NOT GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER

    George Albert Gormley, aged 26 years, was found not guilty in the Criminal Court yesterday of the manslaughter of Alvin Archie ...

    Article : 295 words
  10. BAY POLLUTION FEARED

    A prophecy that bathers and other holiday-makers would eventually shun the eastern shores of the bay if the Mornington sewerage ...

    Article : 270 words
  11. UNIONS ALLEGE OBSTRUCTION

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—An allegation that certain employers' representatives were obstructing the hearing of claims by unions for ...

    Article : 221 words
  12. CAR INDUSTRY ARTISANS

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Australia will have to obtain a small skilled staff of draughtsmen and various kinds of artisans from ...

    Article : 223 words
  13. BUTCHER HAS RETIRED

    The chairman of the Health Commission (Dr. Featonby) said yesterday that in fairness to metropolitan butchers, he wished to state that the butcher on ...

    Article : 41 words
  14. BOOTS FOR FORCES

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—It s possible that at least temporarily supplies of boots and shoes for the civil population will have to be curtailed so that the demands ...

    Article : 175 words
  15. HORSES SOON GET USED TO JUNGLE SMELLS

    The smell of elephants, lions, and tigers may mean quite a lot to the horses and other domestic animals of Frankston, but to horses which ...

    Article : 206 words
  16. CONCRETE NOT FAULTY

    A vigorous reply was given by the Minister for Transport (Mr. Hyland) in the Legislative Assembly yesterday to allegations by Mr. Kent ...

    Article : 187 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 90 words
  18. WORE UNIFORM IN DOCK

    It is not my duty to tell a man how he should dress in Court, but no real man would wish to wear the King's uniform in the dock," said ...

    Article : 267 words
  19. ENGINEERS' TRUCE

    A truce in their dispute with the management has been called until after the New Year by the engineers employed at the factory of the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 83 words
  20. "NOT COWSHEDS BUT STABLES"

    "The slums of to-morrow" was how one Building Trade Union official yesterday described the houses which are being erected by ...

    Article : 201 words
  21. RAIL PASSES ON LEAVE

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Members o[?] the Second A.I.F. will almost certainly receive free rail passes to enable as many as possible to visit their homes on ...

    Article : 108 words
  22. "NO FASTER THAN 50 M.P.H."

    "We didn't drive faster than 50 miles an hour," two boys, aged 11 and 12 years respectively, are alleged to have told Camberwell detectives yesterday, when ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. MANUFACTURE OF AIRCRAFT

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Hundreds [?] workers will be required early in [?] new year for manufacture of [?]eaufort aircraft at workshops ...

    Article : 214 words
  24. NEW BOARD CHAIRMAN

    The special meeting of the Metropolitan Board of Works to decide when a new chairman should be elected, and possibly to elect one at the meeting, will be held ...

    Article : 62 words
  25. LET'S SAVE OUR COPPERS

    "All that is necessary in Victoria if a policeman wishes to marry is for him to inform the Police Department."—News Item. ...

    Article : 851 words
  26. DEATH SENTENCE

    BENDIGO Wednesday. — Acting on behalf of Jefferson John William Davis aged 38 years secretary and accountant of Bendigo, who was recently sentenced to ...

    Article : 126 words
  27. DEFENCE OF HOUSES

    Houses which were being built by the Housing Commission as part of its slum clearance plan were of a standard higher than the housing plans in other States ...

    Article : 156 words
  28. Obituary

    The death occurred at Tatura last night of Mr. James Watson Wilson, aged 80 years Mr. Wilson had lived in the district for more, than 60 sears, and he was keenly ...

    Article : 112 words
  29. LAW NOTICES—(This Day)

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 253 words
  30. KING'S BIRTHDAY

    The Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) has sent the following message to the private secietory to the King, for submission to His Majesty:— ...

    Article : 142 words
  31. WHAT CAN WE SELL FOR YOU?

    Have you a Lavvnmower—a Stove—a Vacuum Cleaner, or any other household goods tor which you have no further use? Other people are keen to buy them—so ...

    Article : 41 words
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    Th[?] houses in course of erection by the "GLORIFID COWSHEDS.—[?] Housing Commission in the Person district, were described as "glorified cowsheds" by Mr. Zwar (U.A.P., Heidelberg) in the Legislative Assembly. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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