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  2. COURT BATTLE ON BANKING BEGINS Evatt's Challenge To Two Judges

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—The Attorney-General, Dr. Evatt, as senior counsel for the Commonwealth, told the Full Court of the High Court to-day he thought Mr. Justice Starke and Mr. Justice Williams were disqualified ...

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  3. IN THE ECONOMIC WOODS

    Woodsman Attlee: "Don't listen to her. This is the way out—I hope." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. LETTERS STATEMENT BY CHURCHES

    Sir,—The Australian section of the World Council of Churches is to be commended on its forthright statement urging ...

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  5. WE HAVE BEEN WARNED

    Warnings that Australia must prepare for more difficult conditions are contained in the worsening of Britains economic ...

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  6. JUDGES EXPLAIN HOLDINGS

    Dr. Evatt, who is appearing before the Court of which he was once a member, caused a stir in the crowded courtroom when he ...

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  7. Russian-Sown Seed Of World Revolution

    THOUGH the chief thrust by Russia and the Communists against the Western type of social and ...

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  8. EGGS FOR BRITAIN

    The announcement of the Anglo-Australian egg contract will be hailed by poultryfarmers as the most heartening ...

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  9. THE BANK CASE

    Sir,—Dr. Evatt as a Privy Councillor who has held office as a Judge of the High Court of Australia is a member of the ...

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  10. "NO CONCEALMENT, SECRECY"

    The Chief Justice said these facts had been stated publicly so that there could be no suggestion of concealment or secrecy. All ...

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  11. TAX COLLECTION

    Sir,—Your correspondent "Demos" sounds the wrong note in advocating a return to the old system of taxation, under which ...

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  12. BANKS' COUNSEL OPENS CASE

    Opening the plaintiffs' case, Mr. Borwick said that on January 15 Mr. Justice Dixon had granted an injunction against the ...

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  13. Colour Is Here Again

    COLOUR has come back to a changing countryside, which earlier looked as if it would see the summer out in a coating of ...

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  14. COMPULSORY VOTING

    Sir,—In referring to the Leichhardt by-election, the Hon. Mr. Cahill, Minister for Local Government, is reported to have ...

    Article : 354 words
  15. A RICH ASSET WASTING

    Sir,—It is criminal folly that the Snowy River has not yet been harnessed in the power-water team. In a country where water ...

    Article : 210 words
  16. Sydney Chinese Begin New Year Celebration

    AT midnight last night Sydney's Chinese community saw their New Year in, and New Year holidays will continue for ...

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  17. NEW CRISIS IN CHINA

    The continuing Communist successes in the Chinese civil war threaten the National Government with the loss of the ...

    Article : 372 words
  18. VICE-REGAL

    His Excellency the GovernorGeneral, the Right Honourable W. J. McKell, received at Government House, Canberra, yesterday Lord ...

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