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  2. GOVERNOR-GENERAL OPENS TWENTIETH PARLIAMENT

    The Governor-General, Mr. W. J. McKell (top right), opening the 20th Federal Parliament in the Senate Chamber at Parliament House, Canberra, yesterday. Members of the Cabinet are facing the camera in the front row of the Treasury benches and along the table. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. POMP, CEREMONY IN CANBERRA

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The 20th Commonwealth Parliament was opened to-day with pomp and pageantry to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Federation. ...

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  4. COLUMN 8

    ANOTHER Jubilee Event: Fifty years ago a Royal Commission on the liquor trade was appointed to ...

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  5. WATERSIDERS END BAN

    The Federal Council of the Waterside Workers' Federation last night called off its ban on the working of ships from New ...

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  6. KING'S VISIT RECALLED

    The opening of Parliament to-day was the most ceremonious since the King and Queen ...

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  7. EXPLANATION BY W.W.F.

    The W.W.F. decision to call off the ban was made by telegraphic vote. ...

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  8. Royal Commission On Liquor: Govt. Agrees

    A Royal Commission will be appointed to investigate the liquor trade in New South Wales. ...

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  9. ACCENT ON DEFENCE: MENZIES'S PROGRAMME

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—The Government's outstanding task was "defence ...

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  10. U.K OFFER ON OIL PROFIT

    LONDON, June 12 (A.A.P.).—The vicechairman of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, ...

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  11. TROOPS READY TO WORK

    The Dominion Monarch (26,460 tons) was the first ship to come under the watersiders' ...

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  12. MARCH PAST IN RAIN

    When the Usher of the Black Rod had taken the Governor-Genral's message to ...

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  13. W. M. HUGHES— 1901 TO 1951

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Mr. W. M. Hughes—only member of the original Parliament to attend to-day's celebrations—spoke at the Jubilee Banquet to-night. ...

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  14. LORD'S PRAYER SUNG

    Miss Marjorie Lawrence, world-famous dramatic soprano, singing The Lord's Prayer from the steps of Parliament House yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Navy's Potatoes

    HOBART, Tuesday.—The Royal Australian Navy rushed two corvettes to Burnie to-day to load potatoes for the ...

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  16. On Other Pages

    Strategy.—General Wedemeyer said the U.S. should either bomb China or leave Korea and begin full ...

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  17. LATE NEWS

    LONCDN, June 12 (A.A.P.).—Faux Pas (Mieuxce-Rose Beatin) to-day won the Gold ...

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  18. Cauliflowers Should Be 1/ Or Under

    A glut of cauliflowers at the Municipal Markets yesterday cheapened the wholesale prices of most ...

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  19. English Soccer Team Quits Hobart Hotel

    HOBART, Tuesday.— The English Soccer team to-day walked out of the leading hotel into which ...

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  20. STEEL RECORD

    NEW YORK, June 12 (A.A.P.).—The U.S. produced a record 9,049,000 tons of steel last month, the ...

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