When H.M.S. Victorious sailed from Sydney Harbour late yesterday afternoon, hound for England, the ship's complement were drawn op in divisions and the Wrens lined the forward fight deck. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
BOMBAY, January 25 (A.A.P,).—In fresh outbursts of violence here to-day, crowds smashed their way into a number of shops, looted the stocks and threw heavy ...Article : 633 words
The expected settlement of the dispute with the firemen on the liner Katoomba did not eventuate yesterday, and there is little ...Article : 134 words
Milk and ice deliveries on Monday, Australia Day, will be normal, but there will be no bread delivery from Saturday until Tuesday, and ...Article : 285 words
BRISBANE, Friday.—A father and son were drowned at Nielson Park, near Bundaberg, to-day when they attempted to rescue two girls ...Article : 122 words
Two men escaped from a "Black Maria" yesterday, while it was travelling along busy thoroughfares at between 15 and 20 miles an ...Article : 295 words
LONDON, Jan. 25—,(A.A.P.).— Britain will provide financial economic, and industrial aid to Greece on a large scale under the ...Article : 283 words
LONDON, January 25 (A.A.P.).—Progress towards the creation of an Empire organisation to operate air lines in the Pacific was reported on by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil ...Article : 437 words
CANBERRA, Friday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, will give an Australia Day broadcast over national stations to-morrow night. ...Article : 128 words
Two unconscious persons were taken from the water on the North Shore within an hour yesterday. One recovered, but the other did not ...Article : 120 words
Fish merchants may stage a strike of buyers as a protest. agajnst the Government's handling of supplies at the Sydney ...Article : 308 words
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).—The anchorage al Bikini Atoll, one of the north-west atolls in the Marshall group, will be the ...Article : 215 words
The Minister for Trade and Customs, Senator Keane, who was to have left for the United States to-day, will now not depart until next ...Article : 34 words
A savage attack on a watchman, Harold Bussell, 68, employed at the General Post Office, Martin Place, was made by two men ...Article : 130 words
LONDON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).— General Nikolaus von Below, believed to be the last surviving witness of Hitler's personal will, has ...Article : 159 words
Features of the "Herald" Magazine, which will be published free as part of the "Herald" on Tuesday, will ...Article : 190 words
Fishing alone off Palm Beach early yesterday morning, Dr. D. G. Maitland, of Sydney, landed a 1151b black marlin. ...Article : 77 words
LONDON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).— Bencfits for everyone, "from the cradle to the grave," are provided inr Britain's National 'Insurance Bill. ...Article : 189 words
LONDON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).— The former Premier bf Burhia, U Saw, who was detained for making contact with the Japanese when he ...Article : 113 words
Eighty-nine per cent, of the girls from metropolitan schools who were candidates for the Intermediate Certificate were ...Article : 131 words
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.). —The United States Navy has announced the award of the Distinguished Service Medal to Admiral Sir ...Article : 36 words
CANBERRA, Friday.—A concrete pyramid has been erected at Wewak to mark the spot where the Japanese in that area surrendered. ...Article : 59 words
BRISBANE, Friday. — Giris selected by the Americans for jobs in Manila will require not only clearances to leave Australia but ...Article : 104 words
LONDON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).— Severe action against a wave of demobilisation strikes by R.A.F. personnel abroad is foreshadowed ...Article : 191 words
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).—One hundred and twenty-two Canadian war brides and 25 babies and children left for Australia ...Article : 41 words
LONDON, Inn. 25 (A.A.P.).—The honour conferred on me by the Pope has been generally accepted in Australia, as a national honour by all ...Article : 86 words
British Overseas Airways Corporation required 50 ex-R.A.A.F. flying-boat pilots, the Australasian representative of the ...Article : 290 words
NEW YORK. Jan. 25.—Heeding advice from the White House, the last remaining "Confederate" community yesterday rejoined the ...Article : 239 words
Cabbages cannot be bought retail in Sydney for less than 1/3 each, but large quantities now in cold store will probably be dumped. ...Article : 123 words
LONDON, Jan. 25 (A.A.P.).— Colonel George Grivas. the Greek Royalist leader of the "X" organisation, will be tried for "threatening ...Article : 82 words
Mr. W. F. Sheahan, M.L.A., Yass, has resigned from all Government sub-committees of which he was a member. ...Article : 59 words
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