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    Sir,—It is reported that some of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers favour building up a Commonwealth tariff system ...

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  4. The Sydney moning herald.

    Peace in Korea, which last week's talks on the latest U.N. proposals appeared to bring to the verge of ...

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    The Rev. H. M. Arrow smith, assistant minister of St. Andrew's Cathedral, said at the cathedral, yesterday ...

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  6. Goossens Stages "Valkyrie"

    Bigness is nine-tenths of the spectacle appeal of ele phants, the Pyramids, ...

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  7. Lunacy And Divorce

    Sir,—Mr.-Menzies recently said that "the time is not ripe" for amending our divorce laws by making lunacy a ground ...

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    The Rev. Dr. Thomas Mul doon said at St. Mary's Cathedral yesterday that prayer was one of the most fundamental duties in ...

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  9. America's Rich Are Becoming Poorer

    Despite Karl Marx's gloomy predic tion, the rich are not getting richer, the poor are not getting poorer—at least not in America. ...

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  10. Aborigines And Citizenship

    Sir,—We heard a great deal about the ceremony of naturalisation for New Austra lians, but nothing about a ...

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    The president of the N.S.W. Methodist conference, the Rev. W. C. Francis, said at the East wood Methodist Church ...

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  12. Miners And Strikes

    Sir,—Certain migrants from Britain who came here to help swell the ranks of the miners by agreement with the Com ...

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  13. City Decorations

    Sir,-While, not suggesting that our joy at our Sovereign's Coronation should not mani fest itself in outward display, ...

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  14. Return Of The Japanese Pearlers

    No special concern need be aroused in Australia by the announcement that a Japan ese pearling fleet, the first to ...

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  15. Twelve Dioceses To Seek Coats-of-arms

    Twelve Anglican dioceses in Australia have decided to have their coats-of-arms registered by the College of Arms in London, ...

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  16. Smoking In Buses

    Sir,—Though the words "No Smoking" appear in large letters in the lower part of double—decker buses, I have ...

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    The Acting Leader of the State Opposition, Mr. W. A, H[?] Howarth, urged last night th[?] raising of a Government lo[?] ...

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  18. Bulky Telephone Directories

    Sir,-The Sydney telephone directory has reached cumber some proportions, but the Post Office publishes it in one ...

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  19. A £50,000 School For Handicapped

    PARENTS of handicap ped children in the Canterbury district plan to build a clinic and school in ...

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  20. The Traffic Act

    Sir,—I read that a man con victed of driving under the in fluence of liquor has been fined £5. ...

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  21. Exercises To Test. City Air Defences

    CANBERRA, Sunday.— The Minister for Air, Mr. W. McMahon, said to-day that an air exercise intended to test the ...

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  22. Coronation Display By Children

    Sir,—I am the mother of one of the very disappointed chil dren whose name was 'not drawn "out of. the hat" to ...

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  23. Stiff Rise In The Price Of Tea

    The increase of 8d lb in the price of tea is a blow to hopes that living costs were being brought under control. ...

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    MELBOURNE, Sunday— Methodist Mission to the[?] had been successful beyond expectations, the Rev ...

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  25. Public Telephones

    Sir,—Yesterday in North Sydney I saw two young men occupying a phone box and a woman vainly pleading with ...

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  26. Tramway Sections

    Sir,—Could the tramway authorities in Sydney not in troduce three twopenny sec tions in the city area instead ...

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  27. 100,000 IN PROCESS

    BRISBANE. Sunday — than 100,000 people attende[?] 39th annual Roman Cal Corpus Christi procession a[?] ...

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    His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Miss Northcott and attended by Squadron-Leader R. B. Nash, A.D.C., was ...

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  29. Attacks At Zoo

    Sir,—The recent attacks on zoo animals serve to show the uselessness of zoos as "sanc tuaries". ...

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    MELBOURNE, Sunday.— The National Union of Austra lian University Students will launch a nation-wide appeal early ...

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