It used to be said that man can't beat the machine. But that does not seem to hold good in the coal industry. In spite of increasing mechanisation in the ...Article : 1,322 words
Sir,—The Commissioner for Road Transport was reported early in December to have said it seemed "inevitable" that there ...Article : 256 words
From the Australian viewpoint, the deadlock reached between the Netherlands and Indonesia on the future of West ...Article : 664 words
WHEN my brothers and I were boys we used to spend our holidays at our grandmother's house in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 945 words
Sir,—As a migrant from Europe and a doctor in contact with hundreds of migrants, I was glad that "Netherlands Migrant" ...Article : 193 words
LAST week, a mob of 1,200 three-year-old steers reached Trangie, in Western N.S.W., after more ...Article : 409 words
THE dramatic removal of the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey has roused much interest among ...Article : 458 words
Thousands of property owners and others affected by the Cumberland County Council's master plan for Sydney ...Article : 481 words
Sir,—Mr. A. R. Penfold is on sure ground when he stresses that there can be no real improvement of the national inflationary trend ...Article : 115 words
Sir,—Allan Little's wage-cutting remedy for inflation ("Herald," Dec. 23) would not do for this country, and no one would be ...Article : 145 words
Holland and Indonesia have each rejected the other's proposals for the future rule of Dutch New Guinea, and negotiations between the two countries at The Hague have deadlocked. "How about digesting what you've got?" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Accusations levelled against the Railway Department of having destroyed about 50 native trees in a sanctuary near ...Article : 319 words
Sir,—In the official Jubilee Book, now on sale, is a photograph headed: "A panoramic view of the inauguration ceremony of ...Article : 187 words
Sir,—That venerable relic, the Lia Fail or Stone of Destiny, is reputed to have come originally from Ireland. ...Article : 191 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.
Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.
You need to login before you can save preferences.
|Date modified||Old Lines||New Lines|
To help safeguard the users of this service from spam, we require you to enter the characters you see in the following image.
If you can't read the image, click here to listen to the same characters being read.
If you don't want to see the user tests again, sign up for an account - it's free and only takes 2 minutes!
With an account, you can:
To use this feature, your browser must have cookies enabled.