The president of the Australian Council of Employers' Federations, Mr. Douglas Fell, appealed to ...Article : 480 words
WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday (A.A.P.-Reuter).— The New Zealand Meat Producers' Board has ordered a ...Article : 176 words
The Minister for Lands, Mr. H. Hawkins, has announced that the State will cut financial assistance to soldier settlers for houses, utility trucks, stock and fencing. "Now remember, boy, we expect a lot from you to-day!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Sir,—All right-thinking people will be appalled by the amended conditions with which soldier settlement is to be ...Article : 171 words
Sir,—Musical organisations everywhere are experiencing great difficulty in maintaining libraries. ...Article : 189 words
Two questions of the first importance to the economic future of Australia come to the forefront this week. One ...Article : 594 words
Some people see a conflict between economic development in Papua and New Guinea and the advancement of the natives. ...Article : 1,579 words
Sir,—References to the growing number of unemployed do not acknowledge that a large proportion of ...Article : 79 words
WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday (A.A.P.-Reuter).— New Zealand is to reduce her overseas exchange ...Article : 151 words
Sir,—I think some protest should be made against the Minister for Transport, Mr. Sheahan's, insulting reference ...Article : 150 words
Sir,—It was pleasing to see by the photograph of the statue of King George V ("Herald," August 4) that the ...Article : 128 words
Sir,—With regard to the inquiry by Mr. G. A. Harders ("Herald," July 31), the Bush Fire Committee is now giving ...Article : 118 words
The Royal Empire Society has announced the names of the two girls and two boys who won their sections of the ...Article : 119 words
Senator McKenna's righte[?] [?] to avoid a situ[?]tion where the work of the Fe[?] Government would ...Article : 423 words
Sir,—I agree with "Schoolgirl" ("Herald," August 1), that the present school tunic is a shapeless garment. ...Article : 84 words
The Federal Minister for Health, Sir Earle Page, told a meeting of the Australian Hospitals' Association at Sydney ...Article : 167 words
WHEN Norway decided in 1905 to break away from Sweden, a Norwegian mission ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 524 words
The chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Mr. R. J. F. Boyer, said last night that the first of the ...Article : 123 words
Mr. Sheahan's abuse of the Sydney-Melbourne barrow-pushing exploit as "moronic and infantile ...Article : 305 words
"The Sydney Morning Herald" has the largest circulation (net sale) of any newspaper, morning or ...Article : 89 words
Drover planes in Australia will be grounded for a short time so that their propellers can be inspected. ...Article : 86 words
EMPLOYEES in Government, banking, insurance, legal and shipping offices who ...Article : 243 words
His Excellency the Governor-General, the Rt. Hon. Sir William McKell, presided at a meeting of the Federal Executive ...Article : 43 words
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