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  2. NO BUYERS

    Queensland meat workers have decided to end their strike. The mass meeting which made the decision demonstrated against Communist union executives. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Despite the tragic waste involved in the industrial upheaval in Queensland, the trade unions and the Australian public have gained as well as lost by ...

    Article : 741 words
  4. Grim Lesson In Force Of Radio-activity

    The "death ray," beloved of fiction writers, has become a fact. That is the primary conclusion that persists from the explosion of the first atomic bomb over Bikini Lagoon as seen a week after the event. ...

    Article : 952 words
  5. Budget Needed To Explain Heavy Spending

    For several years the Government has been untrammelled in its expenditure of public money, although this has meant for the public a crushing load of taxes, direct and indirect DESPITE the meagre promise of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,294 words
  6. ATTACKS IN TAXTS

    In view of the repeated attacks to which taxi-drivers have recently been subjected by thugs who have hired them at night, it is natural that they should ...

    Article : 253 words
  7. VICE-REGAL

    The Governor-General, His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, yesterday received Major-General G. F. Woollen, chairman of the Repatriation Commission, ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Sir,—I wish to express utter disapproval of Lane Cove Council's suggestions that either harbour-side municipalities form a central authority or ...

    Article : 338 words
  9. NATIONAL THEATRE

    Sir,—The suggestion made yesterday by Mr. F. Clewlow, director of drama for the Australian Broadcasting Commission, that the proposed national ...

    Article : 192 words
  10. COUNCIL PROPERTY SALES

    Sir,—The recitation by the Lord Mayor, Alderman Bartley, on the condition of the council finances was an argument for raising a loan by the ...

    Article : 250 words
  11. THREAT TO OLD BARRACKS

    Sir,—When irresponsible citizens tear up a tree near the Cenotaph there is a public outcry against vandalism. When it is proposed to tear down one ...

    Article : 342 words
  12. ANGLO-EGYPTIAN TREATY

    While the suspension in May of Anglo-Egyptian treaty negotiations induced in some quarters in Egypt a mistrust of Britain's avowed intention ...

    Article : 509 words
  13. Timber Now The Worst Bottleneck In Housing

    DOURING the first six months of this year timber displaced bricks as the most threatening bottleneck in housing. ...

    Article : 295 words
  14. PARLIAMENT ON THE AIR

    Sir,—That dulcet-toned exponent of one-way freedom, Mr. Calwell, will live to rue the day when he induced his Government to introduce ...

    Article : 164 words
  15. FOG REGULATIONS

    Sir,—Your correspondent, Allan E. Bax, is correct when, referring to my article, "When Fog Hides the Harbour," he says navigation laws for ...

    Article : 101 words
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