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  2. MUNITIONS WOMEN AGAIN STOP WORK

    As a protest against non-adjustment of their pay claims, more than 1,000 women employed in the small arms ammunition sections of munitions ...

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  3. RURAL LABOUR CALL-UPS

    only child of Lord and Lady Gowrie, who died in an Italian hospital in Libya on December 24. He had been wounded and taken prisoner. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. HINT OF MEAT RATIONING

    CANBERRA, Mon: Probable introduction of meat rationing was forecast today by a senior member of the Meat Industry Commission. It ...

    Article : 433 words
  5. Fewer Colours in Clothing

    CANBERRA, Mon: Because of the acute shortage of dyes the variety of colours used in clothing is likely to be restricted. ...

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  6. HIGHER TOLL OF ROAD DEATHS

    Of 2,307 deaths investigated by Mr A. Tingate, city coroner, in the year ended December 31, 1942, 300 were road traffic fatalities in the ...

    Article : 428 words
  7. SHOT SISTER BECAUSE OF HER SUFFERING

    BENDIGO, Mon: A statement said by police to have been made by Charles Mills, 60, military pensioner, and in which he was alleged to have ...

    Article : 522 words
  8. AUSTRALIA'S OFFICIAL WAR HISTORY

    CANBERRA, Mon: Mr Gavin Long has been appointed by War Cabinet as general editor and editor of records in connection with the official ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. UNIONS THREATEN STOPPAGES IN NSW

    SYDNEY, Mon: At least 3 unions are now threatening stoppages over women's wages in the munitions industry. ...

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  11. ABSENTEEISM COST WOMEN 10%

    CANBERRA, Mon: Disinclination of the Women's Employment Board to grant women wages equal to men's rates is believed to be because of ...

    Article : 131 words
  12. STRIKE MAY CAUSE BEEF SHORTAGE IN SYDNEY

    SYDNEY, Mon: An acute shortage of beef is threatened in Sydney later this week unless the strike of beef slaughtermen at Homebush is settled. ...

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  14. MIDWEEK CLOSING FOR SOME HOTELS

    Because beer supplies are now being rationed on a weekly basis instead of being replenished monthly, many hotel owners have found it ...

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  15. "REPATRIATION BILL MOST GENEROUS"

    CANBERRA, Mon: "In my view the Repatriation Bill is most generous," Mr Curtin, Prime Minister, said today, commenting on a possible move ...

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  16. ARMSTRONG ON LEAVE

    No cartoon from Armstrong appears today, as he has commenced his annual leave, and will be absent for the next 3 weeks. ...

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  17. 1,000 GALLONS OF PETROL LOST FROM STORAGE

    An area of about half a square mile was closed on the waterfront of an Australian port all day and most of the night on Sunday because of ...

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  18. OBITUARY

    Mrs Annie Cooke, who died in Melbourne last week, was connected with 2 of the oldest pioneer families of Victoria and Tasmania. She was the ...

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