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    CANBERRA, Monday.—The Minister for Commerce and Agriculture, Mr. J. McEwen, said to-night that the purpose of the minimum reserve price wool plan (announced on page ...

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    Sir,—As I understand it, the new system against fare evaders allows for two witnesses (conductor and inspector) to show that a ...

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    The Commissioner for Road Transport and Tramways, Mr. A. A. Shoebridge, says that a progressive reduction in Sydney's transport services is threatened as a result of the number of resignations from the department. "Hey, you're supposed to embarrass the customers — not me!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Railway Gauges

    Sir,—In respect to the report ("Herald," May 15) of new rail truck axles on the Franco-Spanish frontier, may I point ...

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    By instructing the Melbourne branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation to enforce the "Red" ban on ...

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  7. Aborigines' Beliefs

    Sir,—May I answer a statement by Mr. Michael Sawtell that "I do not believe any fullblooded aboriginal ever ...

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  8. STRIKERS' EXTRAVAGANT DEMANDS High Wages Paid On N.Z. Wharves

    The 13-week-old waterfront strike in New Zealand began as a wage dispute. It now drags slowly and painfully to its inevitable end as a typical Communist ...

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  9. Sir Robert Garran

    Sir,—I suggest that during this historic Jubilee year some tribute in practical form might well be paid to that grand ...

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    The plan would have an initial duration of five years, and would be completely reviewed in the fifth year of its operation. ...

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  11. Americans Growing Too Stout

    IN the United States, obesity has become a national health problem, an increasing amount of ...

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  12. Railway Services

    Sir,—It has been announced that quarter-hourly electric train services will not be restored in off-peak periods ...

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  13. Husband's Request

    Sir,—I am Dutch, and have been in Australia for two months, my husband for eight months. ...

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  14. Nearing A Showdown In Persia

    Events in Persia are moving to a crisis. Nationalist frenzy among Dr. Mussadiq's supporters is reaching ...

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  15. Water Heaters

    Sir,—I have had an electric hot-water service for years, and suggested to the engineer of the local council two years ago, ...

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  16. Lord Birdwood

    Sir,—In your excellent tribute to the late Field-Marshal Lord Birdwood ("Herald," May 18), you say that he, had a long, ...

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  17. Plea For New Approach

    Three factors for strengthening the moral basis of education were suggested by the chairman ...

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  18. Law Leaders Of Many Lands To Meet Here

    MORE than 1,000 legal men from all parts of the world will meet in Sydney next August. ...

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    His Excellency the Governor, attended by Flight-Lieutenant R. B. Nash, A.D.C., returned to Sydney from Lord Howe Island on ...

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  20. Army Must Have Modem Tanks

    The revelation that the Australian Army has no battleworthy tank force, and is training with types ten ...

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