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  2. The Miners Are Pushing Us Towards Another Depression

    Some extremely unpleasant prospects will have to be faced if the coalminers prolong their ruinous strike very much further. Yesterday economists and business executives ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir,—Next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings the Town Hall will once again be packed with enthusiastic young music-lovers. ...

    Article : 154 words

    As the second week of the coal strike drags on, bringing heavier losses, new restrictions, and sharper privations, public ...

    Article : 605 words
  5. Peak Train Crush

    Sir,—I have heard that a crisis brings out the best in men. Well, this one has certainly brought out the beast. ...

    Article : 133 words
  6. Flood Relief

    Sir,—May I suggest that the Red Cross Society or other reliable and trusted body might consider a "Button Day" to aid ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. And The Public Wants Action

    The coal crisis continues to bring to the Editor of the "Herald" a large number of letters from readers. Most common characteristic of this correspondence is a demand for positive ...

    Article : 228 words
  8. The Lesson Of Production Costs

    Australia has good reason to be interested in the statement that Sir Stafford Cripps is expected to make on the dollar ...

    Article : 516 words
  9. Aboriginal Words

    Sir,—May I suggest that the word "Burra" with some tribes, means man, fellow, or person. So we have the word ...

    Article : 132 words
  10. Parliament FEDERAL

    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — At question time in the House of Representatives to-day many questions on the coal strike were ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. No Attempt To Settle

    Sir,—The obvious lack of any real attempt on the part of the Federal or State Governments to settle the coal strike leads one ...

    Article : 228 words
  12. Right To Work

    Sir,—In your "To-day's Strike Point" ("Herald," July 5) you say everything but the one vital freedom due to every man—and ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. City Tram Traffic

    Sir,—I have grown up with the traffic of Sydney and driven all types of vehicles. At the present time I am the proprietor of a fleet ...

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  14. Traitorous Influence

    Sir,—To suggest to Australian miners that the only way to settle this strike is by their retreat does not display at this time a tactful ...

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    His Excellency the Governor-General; the Right Honourable W. J. McKell, presided at a meeting of the Federal Executive Council at ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. Political Blunder

    Sir,—Why should society complain when pressure groups exercise a "right" which the law allows them? ...

    Article : 191 words
  17. Communist Aims

    Sir,—I feel that much of the discussion and correspondence concerning the present strike tends to mask, very considerably, ...

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    John Cit.: "But what's the good of a spare wheel if we don't use it." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Strike Unnecessary

    Sir,—I found a circular authorised by Mr. I. Williams, which had been thrown over my gate, stating that the coal crisis ...

    Article : 88 words
  20. Britain Pays More For Butter

    Dairy farmers are assured of a reasonably settled market under the new butter and cheese prices announced under the ...

    Article : 315 words
  21. People Want Action

    Sir,—A few million Australians must have awaited the Prime Minister's "speech to the nation" on Sunday night with the fervent ...

    Article : 131 words
  22. Migrant "Slaves"

    Sir,—I have read the news item "Migrants As Slaves," referring to a Moscow Radio broadcast. ...

    Article : 189 words
  23. Secret Ballot

    Sir,—I suggest the following legal method, which may mean an end to the sufferings of the innocents:— ...

    Article : 91 words
  24. Arbitration Flouted.

    Sir,—In addition to making a statement that the miners' claims "must be settled by the proper tribunal" it is about time Mr. ...

    Article : 232 words



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