Sir,—On behalf of the New South Wales Council of Churches, we desire to express our gratitude to the ...Article : 415 words
"Here I come again!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 8 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday.— The Minister for Immigration, Mr. H. E. Holt, said to-day he thought there ...Article : 525 words
The Minister for Education, Mr. R. J. Heffron, said yesterday that he hoped to have sufficient teachers, ...Article : 250 words
Sir,—Further to Michael Sawtell's remark ("Herald," January 21) that when cattle fall down in tightly packed ...Article : 231 words
When General Eisenhower yesterday took the oath of office as President of the United States, the ceremony ...Article : 620 words
In regard to the rumours and reports about the new lines that the Eisenhower Administration will take in foreign affairs, there is one rule — a kind of mental Geiger counter — which every one should carry around with him. ...Article : 873 words
Sir,—The extensive correspondence during the past four weeks on the subject of wool and artificial fibres might prove ...Article : 160 words
Mr. W. C. Wentworth, M.P., yesterday said a preliminary survey showed uranium-bearing rocks within 40 miles of ...Article : 243 words
Sir,—As a visitor from Western Australia, I would like to congratulate the various Sydney municipalities on their ...Article : 132 words
Sir,—I have recently received from the Valuer-General a notice that the valuation of my property has been ...Article : 161 words
As in previous elections, Mr. Bruxner, Leader of the smallest of the three State parties, is first in the field ...Article : 419 words
Sir,—Mr. E. E. Reece's presidential address at the A.L.P. conference ("Herald," January 20) reminds me of my school days. ...Article : 42 words
A 12,687-TON Japanese tanker, the Otowasan Maru, arrived in Sydney yesterday on her maiden ...Article : 167 words
THE winner of the 32nd Archibald Prize will be announced on Friday. This prize is given for the ...Article : 821 words
Sir,—In the "Herald" of January 19 the wedding of the daughter of Field-Marshal Sir William Slim was reported to ...Article : 168 words
MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— The Victorian Premier, Mr.[?] Cain, said to-day that the State Premiers' views on whethe[?] ...Article : 100 words
CANBERRA, Tuesday.— Bushfire brigades would receive the full co-operation of the Post Office again this ...Article : 132 words
The recent Balkan round of diplomatic visits has been continued this week by the Turkish Foreign Minister, ...Article : 266 words
MELBOURNE. Tuesday.— The Victorian Chief Secretary Mr. W. Galvin, said to-night the Victoria had much to learn from ...Article : 65 words
Sir,—Those who regard theatregoing as an escape from the normal routine of living are greater slaves to realism ...Article : 122 words
The Commissioner for Railways, Mr. R. Winsor, said yesterday that a fruit express train had carried 3,196 tons of fruit ...Article : 77 words
His Excellency the GovernorGeneral, the Right Honourable Sir William McKell, received at Admiralty House, Sydney. ...Article : 52 words
Mr. Zakir A[?] Khan of [?] Pakistan Railways, travelling [?] a United Nations fellowship, [?] arrived in Sydney for [?] ...Article : 41 words
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