Although country centres report resentment that city transport restrictions have been eased before those on country rail services have been lifted, the Minister for ...Article : 800 words
Firemen at work on the blaze which gutted part of the cycle factory of Bruce Small Pty., Limited, in Buckland Street, Chippendale, last night. (Story, page 3.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 33 words
LONDON, August 30 (A.A.P.). — After nine months' intensive investigation, United States Army intelligence officers have arrested 15 Germans suspected of ...Article : 348 words
An air transport agreement has been concluded between Australia and Canada, and steps are being taken to establish an ...Article : 377 words
ADELAIDE, Friday. — The Minister for Supply and Shipping, Senator Ashley, announced to-day that all tyre controls ...Article : 280 words
NEW YORK, August 30.—Russia, in a surprise move after the Security Council had been sitting yesterday for eleven and a quarter hours, demanded that all members of the United Nations furnish within two ...Article : 332 words
OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, Aug. 30.—Miss Louisa Strittmaker, of Newark, New Jersey, hated men so much ...Article : 160 words
Burwood colliery's output on rhursday was 3,694 tons--more coat than any mine in Australia has ever produced before in one ...Article : 127 words
Many industries have been affected by the coal shortage and the consequent reduction in the number of railway trucks available. ...Article : 128 words
NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (A.A.P.). —The Stockholm correspondent of the New York "Herald Tribune' says that the United States has sent ...Article : 164 words
TOKYO, Aug. 30 (A.A.P.).— Supreme Allied Headquarters in Japan has prohibited strikes, walkouts, and other work stoppages in ...Article : 82 words
Only one N.S.W. colliery was idle yesterday. It was Metropolitan (600 tons daily), whe[?] enginedrivers are ...Article : 29 words
The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, said last night that he had conferred with the "advisory committee on coal appointed with the ...Article : 129 words
Giant American Constellation airliners might be used on the Australia-England air route within nine months, it was stated ...Article : 123 words
Australia has enough coal reserves underground to last for several centuries, according to the latest estimates prepared by the ...Article : 79 words
LONDON, Aug. 30 (A.A.P.).— The Prime Minister, Mr. Attlee, was the guest of the M.C.C. at to-night's farewell dinner to the ...Article : 47 words
NARRABRI, Friday. — The Federal Government had decided that comprehensive air services would be developed in ...Article : 168 words
MOSCOW. Aug. 30 (A.A.P.)—A Soviet military court has sentenced to death six of eight Russians who had pleaded guilty to espionage for Japan. ...Article : 65 words
LONDON, August 30 (A.A.P.).— The Director-General of UNRRA. Mr. LaGuardia, who is visiting Russia, has been received by M. Stalin, ...Article : 29 words
Even the baggage of Federal Ministers was examined by Customs officers, the Prime Minister. Mr. Chifely, said in Sydney ...Article : 151 words
NANKING, Aug. 30 (A.A.P.).— Chinese Communists have decided to meet the Nationalists in an "unofficial" committee to examine the ...Article : 126 words
SPY RING SMASHED.—U.S Army intelligence officers have arrested 15 Germans suspected of having operated a spy ring for ...Article : 349 words
Police were called last night to the cottage in Mary Street, Waterloo, where a tatal shooting aftra[?] occurred on Thursday night. ...Article : 173 words
A man for whom a big squad of police was searching walked unrecognised into Central Police Sta tion late yesterday afternoon. ...Article : 152 words
NICOSIA Aug. 30 (A.A.P.)—The British cruiser Mauritius is holding wercLses off the coast of Cyprus. The light fleet carrier Ocean is expected to ...Article : 33 words
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