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    The executive of the State Liberal Party received, and published, a report on the liquor trade prepared by a committee it had appointed, at the same time that the Cabinet received a report on the same subject by the Minister of Justice, Mr. R. Downing. A committee of the Parliamentary Liberal Party is also preparing a report. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The size of the rearmament effort now required is well within the capacity of Australian industry "provided there is no interruption of basic industry," according to the May review of the Bank of New ...

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    Sir,—It would seem that the Liberal and Labour parties are vying with each other to see which can produce the more ...

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  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The second phase of the Communist spring offensive in Korea has foundered as disastrously as the first. The ...

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  6. Too Small To Be A Conductress?

    Sir,—I read with surprise an announcement made by the Commissioner for Road Transport and Tramways that a staff ...

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  7. Rural Electricity

    Sir,—"J.J." (obviously of Sydney) commenting on the electricity crisis ("Herald," May 17) makes several points ...

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  8. UNITED STATES AND "MACARTHURISM" Vital Choice Of Policy On Korea

    As the battle rages again in Korea, the future of mankind may be decided by the view American public opinion comes to take of the struggle. ...

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  9. Industrial Unrest: Weir's View

    Industrial unrest was "a symptom of the disease of industrial injustice," the Minister for Conservation, Mr. G. ...

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  10. Collecting Fares

    Sir,—As a member of the travelling public, I cannot stand by and see hard-working conductors and conductresses ...

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  11. Empire Day Spirit

    Sir,—Empire Day will be with us again on May 24, and the council of the Empire Day Movement confidently expects ...

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  12. A Basis For Liquor Reform

    Real improvement in the present intolerably bad drinking conditions may be hoped for as the result of the report ...

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  13. Recital By Greek Baritone

    Standards of voice production and song interpretation were quite primitive in the recital given at the Town Hall ...

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  14. Husband's Request

    Sir,—I am another New Australian, and am trying hard to understand and adjust myself to Australian ways of life, ...

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  15. Daylight Saving

    Sir,—Mr. Cahill's argument ("Herald," May 16), that an hour of daylight-saving in winter would not help in ...

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  16. Jubilee Congress Of Scientists

    SPOTLIGHT of the Commonwealth Jubilee Celebrations falls this week on Australian science. ...

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    If the Federal Government did not re-establish ex-Servicemen's legal aid bureaux the State Government would take ...

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    The Minister for Education, Mr. R. J. Heffron, announced yesterday the appointment of Mr. C. McKinnon as secretary of ...

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  19. Millions Are Hungry In Famine Regions Of India

    FOOD looting has become a major administrative problem in the province of Bihar, centre ...

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  20. Drawing The Line On Legal Aid

    The exact extent of the curtailment of the ex-Servicemen's legal aid bureaux still needs clarification, but ...

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  21. Parliament

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, the Speaker, Mr. W. Lamb, ruled out of order a motion by Mr. J. Beale (Lib., ...

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  22. South Lakemba School

    Work on a new school at South Lakemba would be begun at "the earliest possible moment," the Minister for Education, Mr. ...

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    CANBERRA, Tuesday. — The Attorney-General, Senator J. A. Spicer, has announced that the fair rents section of ...

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    His Excellency the Governor received Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. M. F. Bruxner, M.L.A., and Mr. P. H. Roper, ...

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