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    Today's Armstrong "PEACE, COMPASSION, AND MERCY" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. COAL CUTS PUT 1,000 OUT OF WORK Placement Efforts In Other Industries

    Because of the shortage of coal three metropolitan industrial firms were given permission by the Manpower Directorate yesterday to stand ...

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  4. CAULFIELD RACES MAY BE CANCELLED

    It was learned from usually we[?] informed sources last night that unless the Commonwealth Government withdraws its request that ...

    Article : 242 words
  5. CLOSE WATCH ON COAL SAVINGS No Cuts Yet In Domestic Services

    CANBERRA, Mon: The Government will note savings made by coal rationing to services and industry before any decision is made on ...

    Article : 444 words
  6. AUSTRALIAN CRUISER AIDS IN LANDINGS Bombardments Of Japanese

    Bombardment of the Japanese on the New Guinea coast near Aitape, most recent operation in which the cruiser HMAS Australia took part, ...

    Article : 302 words
  7. DAY WITHOUT TRAINS IN SA Threat off Two Days' Stopwork Next Week

    ADELAIDE, Mon: South Australia was without a train service today, and the Adelaide railway station was deserted. ...

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  8. NEW MAYORS

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  9. MEAT SEIZED BY CONTROLLER

    The meat supplies of certain metropolitan meat operators who had over the last week exceeded their slaughtering quotas fixed under the ...

    Article : 112 words
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  11. "OVERLAND" LEAVES MELBOURNE

    The Overland, which did not leave Melbourne for Adelaide on Sunday because of the one-day rail strike in South Australia yesterday, left last ...

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  12. ONLY ONE MINE IDLE IN NSW

    SYDNEY, Mon: Only one mine was idle today. At Abermain No. 1 colliery (1,200 tons) most of the clippers did not report for work, and ...

    Article : 78 words
  13. PRICE OF SEED GRAINS DECLARED

    CANBERRA, Mon: All seed grains and fodders were declared for the purposes of price control today. Senator Keane, Customs Minister, ...

    Article : 77 words
  14. SCHOOL FOR PHILLIP ISLAND

    Advice has been received by Cr J. O. Edhouse, shire president of Phillip Island, that an area of 15 acres has been purchased near ...

    Article : 78 words
  15. GEELONG CLUB

    GEELONG, Mon: Presenting his report at the annual meeting of Geelong Race Club tonight, Mr J. J. Conway, president, said that the ...

    Article : 98 words
  16. OBITUARY MISS FLORENCE LAIDLAW

    Miss Florence Helena Laidlaw, whose death took place at Sherwood, Malvern, on Saturday, in her 87th year, was the second daughter of the ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. 700TH AUSTRALIAN-BUILT BEAUFORT BOMBER

    CANBERRA, Mon: Senator Cameron, Aircraft Production Minister, said today that the 700th Australianbuilt Beaufort bomber would come ...

    Article : 38 words
  18. BUTTER AND CHEESE

    Mr Martin, Agriculture Minister, has fixed the quota of butter for consumption in Victoria for September at 61½% of production, and that ...

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  19. Sea-air Rescue Drama in Enemy Islands

    The unstinting reciprocal aid given by RAAF flyers and American PT boat crews in Dutch New Guinea reached its climax this week, when ...

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  20. MR ROBERT P. LEWERS

    Mr Robert Percy Lewers, of Washington st, Toorak, who died last week, aged 75, was a solicitor who practised his profession at ...

    Article : 130 words
  21. MRS JOHANNA McCARTHY

    Mrs Johanna McCarthy, who died at her home at Valencia, near Maffra, last week, aged 85, was one of the pioneers of Gippsland, having ...

    Article : 78 words
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