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  2. 1956 OLYMPICS

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    More than 1,000 marchers, including members of Service detachments, school-children and members of youth organisations will take part in an Empire Day march in ...

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    Sir,—In criticising the Minister for Transport, Mr. Brian C. Hart ("Herald," May 20) stated, inter alia: "The ...

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  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Mr. Menzies's spirited and eloquent assertion of the enduring friendship between the British Commonwealth ...

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  6. The Means Test

    Sir,—"Pibroch's" suggestion ("Herald," May 19) that the victims of the means test should combine in some ...

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  7. Australia, It Seems, Is A Bookish Place

    The theory that Australians rarely read books and are primarily interested in sporting events and beer has been widely held in the past, both here and ...

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    The president of the Empire Day Movement, the Earl of Gowrie, V.C., in an Empire Day message, said that in a ...

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  9. Experimental Play By New Group

    The Independent Theatre Workshop Group made an excellent beginning to its public career on Wednesday with a ...

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  10. Weather Forecasts

    Sir,—When asked for an advance forecast, officials of the Weather Bureau are most generous with patient and detailed ...

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  11. Parliament's Control Of Spending

    CANBERRA, Thursday.— The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee to-day examined several senior Public ...

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  12. Mounting Threat In Indo-China

    The Communist attack on Laos, whatever its political objectives may have been, is now revealed as an ...

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  13. Poddy Calves

    Sir,—I do not agree with the statement of a correspondent ("Herald," May 15) that the term poddy calf is "of purely ...

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  14. MELBOURNE LETTER Strikes, Parking Trouble Are Causing Bad Tempers

    THE trams and trains "regulation" strike drags its slow length along and that, combined with ...

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  15. Australian Art

    Sir,—A catalogue of Australian prints, drawings and water-colours in the National Art Gallery collection is being ...

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  16. Lockout By The F.E.D.F.A.

    Fellow unionists are among the severest critics of the action of the Federated Engine Drivers and ...

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    The Minister for the Navy and Air, Mr. W. McMahon. said yesterday it would not be practicable in a military sense for either the ...

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  18. New Australians

    Sir,—In reference to your sub-leader of May 20, "Give a Dog a Good Name," I suggest that the Department of ...

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  19. Awards For Three Nurses

    The International Red Cross Committee awarded the Florence Nightingale Medal to three Australian nurses this ...

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    The Governor-General, his Excellency Field- Marshal Sir William Slim, yesterday received at Government House, Canberra, ...

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