CANBERRA, Friday.—In the House of Representatives to-day, Mr. A. G. Cameron (Lib., S.A.) moved the adjournment of the House to discuss statements made by Mr. A. M. Blain (Ind., N.T.), in a letter to the Prime ...Article : 1,762 words
Mr. Dedman says that the Council' of Defence regards progress made during the first year of Australia's five-year ...Article : 610 words
From Monday the use of electric radiators will be forbidden in every home in the County of Cumberland between 7 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. on week-days. "If they're going to treat us like Eskimos we may as tvell live like them." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 45 words
Sir,—Dr. Rumble makes rather too much of his point that Monsignor Fulton Sheen did not say, "In the future,.there will ...Article : 478 words
Although most of the emphasis, so far, in the work of the United States Atomic Energy Commission has been on weapons, the non-military-uses of atomic energy have not been neglected. Indeed, ...Article : 1,107 words
Though the Australian team in England has only begun to prove itself on the cricket field, it has already contributed to the ...Article : 351 words
Sir,—Mr. F. Clarkson attempts to support Mr. J. Palmer in statements that have already been disproved. ...Article : 243 words
CHRYSANTHEMUMS come into their own these cooler days when garden colour is kept alive mainly by these ...Article : 730 words
Sir,—The announcement that the Commissioners for Railways of Victoria and South Australia have agreed on the construction ...Article : 182 words
Sir,—It is not my wish to criticise those in authority, but I have been amazed in some cases at the seemingly inadequate ...Article : 124 words
Electricity restrictions approved by the Government are comparatively mild, and no doubt the relief of Ministers at ...Article : 372 words
His Excellency the GovernorGeneral, the Right Honourable W. J. McKell, received at Government House, Canberra, yesterday ...Article : 127 words
Sir,—The inclusion in the new Army uniform of a white shirt causes one to wonder how much this item will cost the taxpayer. ...Article : 69 words
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