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    Following the Prime Minister's appeal for increased wheat production, the annual conference of the Graziers' Federation of N.S.W. has decided to ask the Federal Government for an immediate increase in the price of wheat so that growers can proceed with planting. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir,—The ease with which our political leaders announce the postponement of experimental television must amaze ...

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  4. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In Australia's deepening economic crisis, attention must be turned increasingly to means of raising output. ...

    Article : 640 words
  5. Freer Hand Sought In Home Plans

    The N.S.W. Chapter of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects has asked for a change in the Local ...

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    CANBERRA, Friday.— The need for an incentive system could not be put aside much longer, the ...

    Article : 519 words
  7. Credit For Defeat Of Communists

    Sir,—The Attorney-General for New South Wales, in the "Herald" of March 14, sought to appropriate to the Labour ...

    Article : 372 words
  8. War Cemeteries Are Problem For Future

    Across north-eastern France and Belgium lie 900 British war cemeteries. They were made there after World War I, when the Imperial War Graves Commission was created so as to ensure that the neglect of soldiers' graves, so general ...

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  9. Late Mr. Chifley

    Sir,—I have been entrusted by personal and political friends of the late Mr. Chifley and by the Federal ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. Lectures To "Broaden Curiosity"

    Professor Marcus Oliphant, of the National University, Canberra, and Sir MacFarlane Burnet, director of ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. The Blake Prize

    Sir,—Mr. Gordon McAuslan suggests ("Herald," March 14), that all but "well known faces peeping from ...

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  12. Soviet Idea Of A German Treaty

    Moscow, which for years has played every diplomatic trick and resorted to the most shameless pretexts to prevent ...

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  13. Five Thieves

    Sir,—As I write this, I am watching five thieves who are just as surely stealing the money of a young man trying ...

    Article : 237 words
  14. IN YOUR GARDEN By WARATAH Indoor Culture Is Simple

    THERE is still one fascinating form of [?]ulb culture which we have not yet discussed. That ...

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  15. Professor To Be India High Commissioner

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Professor Walter Russell Crocker has been appointed Australian High Commissioner to India, ...

    Article : 133 words
  16. U.N. Association

    Sir,—The A.C.T. Division of the Australian Association for the United Nations wishes to dissociate itself entirely ...

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  17. R.A.A.F. Men Off To Middle East

    CANBERRA, Friday. — Five R.A.A.F. officers will fly to the Middle East on March 19 to discuss the move and ...

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  18. Diploma In Planning Recognised

    SYDNEY University's Diploma in Town and Country Planning was recognised last week by the ...

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  19. On Being Reduced To Figures

    The general complaint against statistics is that, like alienists, they will testify for either side. More cruelly, ...

    Article : 353 words
  20. N.Z. Arranges To Take Over Gift Ships

    AUCKLAND, Friday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — The New Zealand anti-submarine minesweeper Kiwi, commanded by ...

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  21. More Logs Cut For Sawmills

    The Minister for Conservation. Mr. G. Weir, said yesterday that production of logs for sawmills during the last half of 1951 was ...

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    His Excellency the Governor, attended by Squadron-Leader R. B Nash, A.D.C., returned to Sydney yesterday from a visit to the ...

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