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    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, to-day promised the Lord Mayors ...

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    "Let's throw a boot at them and see if we can get some peace!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir,—An editorial ("Sunday Herald," March 16) makes a plea for a saner and more tolerant attitude to be adopted ...

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  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In calling a halt to the letting of fresh contracts for public works, and in revising the existing programme, Mr. ...

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  6. Hyde Park Garden Called Farce

    The Town Planning Association of N.S.W. will protest to the Sydney City Council against the building ...

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  7. Wheat Production

    Sir,—At a meeting in the Temora district a few days ago, the president of the Australian Wheatgrowers' Federation, Mr. ...

    Article : 442 words
  8. Grave Cultural Harm In Book Import Cuts

    The imposition of a 40 per cent, cut on the importation of books from Britain is a matter of grave concern to the Australian community. There is a danger that the disastrous consequences of this decision may not be fully realised until its ...

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    CANBERRA, Wednesday. —The Commonwealth Government has agreed to grant an extra £4¼ million to enable ...

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    CANBERRA, Wednesday. —The Minister for Territories, Mr. Paul Hasluck, announced to-day the ...

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  11. Eisenhower In Ambiguous Role

    Mr. Paul Hoffman's claim that General Eisenhower was now "thoroughly persuaded that he had a real call to ...

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  12. Import Restriction

    Sir,—The following extract from a letter from Mr. Clive Mosley, managing director of R. F. Mosley and Co. Ltd., ...

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  13. Fixed Wheat Price

    Sir, — Your cartoon of March 15 under the title, "Flushed," is based on a misapprehension of the facts ...

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  14. SATURDAY'S BY-ELECTION Labour Bid For Support In Lyne

    THE by-election on Saturday for the Federal seat of Lyne is regarded by the Labour ...

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    Sir Macfarlane Burnet, who is director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, will give a public ...

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  16. Rolls Royce Chief Here For Talks

    Lord Hives, chairman and managing director of Rolls Royce, England armed in Sydney last night by B.C.P.A. ...

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  17. Parliament STATE

    The Legislative Council yesterday agreed to the second reading of the Prevention of Cruelty (Amendment) Bill, which was ...

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  18. Verse-plays

    Sir,—A "Herald" theatre-critic, "A.A.," recently criticised my verse-play, "The Crucible," mainly on the ...

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  19. N.Z. Men Sail To Take Over R.A.N. Ships

    The Royal New Zealand Navy minesweeper Kiwi left Auckland for Sydney yesterday morning with crews who will ...

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  20. Restrictions On Book Imports

    Fears aroused by the blanket inclusion of books in the 40 per cent, imports cut will be in some measure ...

    Article : 322 words
  21. £222,000 For Record Peach Crop

    GRIFFITH, Wednesday.— Griffith Peach growers this season should share £222,000 for their crop. ...

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  22. Postponement Of Television

    Sir,—Your correspondent, G. W. Steane ("Herald," March l8) who drew an unfavourable comparison between Australia's ...

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    His Excellency the Governor-General, the Rt. Hon. Sir William McKell, at Government House, Canberra, yesterday morning ...

    Article : 127 words
  24. Landlords-Tenants

    Legislation to compel landlords to keep electric wiring and gas piping serviceable and safe for tenants had been drafted, ...

    Article : 37 words



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