The Sydney Opera group's season at the Tivoli began last night with' a presentation of ...Article : 659 words
The Director of Posts and Telegraphs, Mr. S. F. Kellock, said last night that restoration of the G.P.O. clock and tower ...Article : 402 words
First Shade: "They're learning, Joe!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 5 words
Sir,—Reports of people "lost in snow" when endeavouring to reach the site of the old Hotel Kosciusko and ...Article : 296 words
The third anniversary today of the beginning of the Korean war was confidently expected to be marked by the ...Article : 568 words
Sir,—The State secretary of the R.S.L., Mr. J. R. Lewis, is to be thanked foi his letter ("Herald" June 22) for it ...Article : 250 words
The compulsory enrolment in unions of 165,000 non-unionists working under State awards would mean an increased annual income of about —250,000 to trade-unions ...Article : 1,028 words
Sir,—Your editorial of June 22 balances fairly the difficulties and responsibilities of employers' organisations and ...Article : 163 words
Sir,—As one who joined a union voluntarily when I was 16 years old (and under false pretences, as the union rules ...Article : 109 words
If compulsory unionism is not dead, Mr. Heffron appeared to be giving it premature burial under a ...Article : 428 words
Two representatives of one of the biggest irrigation equipment manufacturing companies in the United States arrived ...Article : 153 words
Sir,—The statement on the subject of travelling stock by Mr. G. Matchett, chairman of the Homebush Selling Agents' ...Article : 174 words
Sir,—As a taxpayer and parent, I was surprised and delighted to learn the extent of school musical education by ...Article : 101 words
SINCE Dr. Rheo has deprived General Clark of his command authority over the South Korean ...Article : 847 words
Dr. Harold Wood, principa[?] of the Methodist Ladies' Col[?] lege, Melbourne, said last nigh[?] that Australia had "almos[?] ...Article : 113 words
Sir,—Cream does not find its way into many homes, even on Sundays and special occasions. The majority of children in ...Article : 143 words
The Minister for Air, Mr. W. McMahon, announced last night that R.A.A.F. Squadron Leader J. G. Cornish had been ...Article : 136 words
The Governor General, his Excellency Field Marshal Sir William Slim, yesterday morning laid a wreath at the Shrine of ...Article : 200 words
The launching of large-scale tests of new British atomic weapons at Woomera marks the fruition of a long ...Article : 354 words
Sir,—Cannot those enthusiasts who want to have the G.P.O. clock restored to Martin Place open a fund for ...Article : 71 words
The Acting Lord Mayo[?] Alderman F. Green, said ye[?] terday "no smoking and "n[?] spitting" signs would be di[?] ...Article : 65 words
The annual church parade of the N.S.W. Sea Cadets Division will be held at 10.45 a.m. on Sunday at the Naval Dockyard ...Article : 55 words
Sir,—An example of man's inhumanity to man is given by the present gas strike; but I think we should be grateful to the staff ...Article : 57 words
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