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    Will Longstaff, official war artist with the Australian forces in the 1914-18 war, died at Littlehampton, ...

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    "Just as I thought—too long and too loose!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Sir.—The development of university education in rural areas is the most urgent problem facing educational ...

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  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The political crisis in Indo-China has reached a point where a major disaster is threatened. The French ...

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  6. 10 Soldiers Listed Killed In Korea

    CANBERRA, Thursday. —The names of nine[?] men killed in action in Kore [?] and one who died of wounds are ...

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  7. New Australians At The Cenotaph

    Sir,—As an Australian-born citizen who enjoys the confidence and friendship of a great number of newcomers, 1 ...

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  8. RADICAL WORLD CHANGE SEEN.... Waning Influence Of 'Big Four' Powers

    Even so serious a reason as Sir Winston Churchill's inability to go to Bermuda would probably not have caused another postponement of this ...

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  9. Medical Benefits

    Sir,—Is it fair that under the Medical Benefit Scheme, Table C, a man and wife who have reared a family should have to ...

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  10. Marsupial Moles

    Sir,—In his article on the marsupial mole, Mr. Ray Harris ("Herald," June 27) adds to a widespread ...

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  11. Songs Of Joan Hammond

    Joan Hammond's song recital at the Town Hall last night attracted an audience that was moderate both in numbers ...

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  12. Air Letter Forms

    Sir,—Having read "Critic's" comments on air letter forms ("Herald," June 29), I am wondering whether, the ...

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  13. Hospital Problems

    Sir,—Your second article on the hospital position ("Herald," June 23) mentioned a system of appointment which has grown ...

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  14. Rates That "Penalise" Transport

    Last November Mr. Winsor threw Cabinet and Caucus into a panic by announcing a move for the ...

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    The Acting Premier, Mr. R. J. Heffron, announced yesterday that Mr. J. M. Baddeley, who died on Wednesday, would ...

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  16. Morning Bells

    Sir,—The controversy about bells has pointed to one significant fact, namely, the public revulsion from recordings, not ...

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  17. MELBOURNE LETTER "Vague Charges" Made In Hospitals Board Dispute

    Gallery, which was attended by about 1,000 people, and was a particularly pleasant and successful occasion. ...

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  18. Closing Branch Lines "Defeatist"

    The Acting Leader of the State Opposition, Mr. W. A. H. Howarth, said yesterday that to close spur railway lines ...

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  19. Men In Korea To Get Gift Parcels

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Minister for the Army, Mr. J. Francis, said to-day that a gift parcel of comforts from the ...

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  20. Travelling Stock

    Sir,—A "Blue Cross Auxiliary for Travelling Stock" has recently been formed with the object of putting a stop to the ...

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  21. Uranium Not For Export?

    Professor Messel is doing a useful service in calling the attention of Australians to the immense potentialities of ...

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  22. Welcome To Destroyer

    THE destroyer Anzac, A which left Sydney last September for Korea, will reach Sydney this morning. ...

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  23. Philippines Celebrations

    The seventh anniversary of Philippines independence will be observed under the auspices of the Philippines Legation in ...

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  24. Lord Mayor And Party Due To-morrow

    The Lord Mayor, Alderman P. D. Hills, and his wife, and the Deputy Town Clerk, Mr. E. W. Adams, are expected to arrive at ...

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

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