A public meeting held under the sponsorship of the Acting Consul-General for Greece, Mr. D. Papadakis, ...Article : 466 words
... and the cat got up and slowly walked away. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 12 words
The Commonwealth Government has found that import licensing provides a convenient reason for ...Article : 576 words
The Bank of New South Wales yesterday announced proposals for a 50 per cent. increase in its paid-up ...Article : 412 words
Sir,—In your leader, "Can Australia Afford To Build Aircraft" (August 13), it seems to be suggested that Australia ...Article : 461 words
Sir,—It seems too much to hope that earthquake prediction, discussed by Professor Bullen in his interesting article ...Article : 213 words
For the first time since the war, Australian brewers are now producing more beer than their customers can drink. This phenomenon is the result of the brewers' increased productivity—not from ...Article : 1,289 words
Sir,—My daughter in Mosman has four kookaburras, who come to her at 4.45 regularly every afternoon and eat ...Article : 110 words
Sir,—If consideration is being given to removing koalas from the Palm Beach peninsula to Kuring-gai Chase, it should be ...Article : 74 words
Sir,—I quote the following paragraph from your article on Children's Book Week: "Children's books require much ...Article : 129 words
The fearful disaster that has struck the Greek communities of the Ionian Islands will be felt almost as a ...Article : 403 words
The future of Moorefield Racecourse will be discussed at a meeting of progress associations at Kyeemagh next ...Article : 187 words
Sir,—It is heartening to note by his letter ("Herald," August 13) that the local member for Bradfield, Mr. H. B. Turner, ...Article : 166 words
MELBOURNE Friday.— Nearly £1,000 has already been given to the Greek Earthquake Fund in Melbourne although it ...Article : 40 words
SPRING has been playing hide-and-seek lately. The warm spells have brought out many ...Article : 972 words
A Sydney youth group of the Seventh Day Adventist Church last night accepted £32/10/ in a fund-raising ...Article : 158 words
Sir,—As a resident and ratepayer I wish to commend the action of those aldermen responsible for the erection of a ...Article : 118 words
Anyone who has ever fallen under the spell of cricket will insist to his dying day that it is the finest game in the ...Article : 319 words
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has bought the property at No. 106 a/b King Street, city, from Vereys Pty. ...Article : 84 words
Sir,—Ministers of religion have, for too long, refrained from entering into all the affairs of men. ...Article : 140 words
The annual commemoration of the loss of the ship Dunbar near Sydney Heads 96 years ago will be held in the ...Article : 99 words
Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Slim, attended by Lieutenant-Colonel [?] J. Hooker, yesterday left ...Article : 72 words
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