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  2. Changes In R.A.A.F. Commands

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— The Minister for Air, Mr. W. McMahon, to-day gave details of new appointments for eight ...

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  3. Great Britain And Anzus Pact

    The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. R. G. Casey, said last night that he would "not be at all surprised" if the question ...

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    Sir,—It is difficult to believe that the City Council Finance Committee can be serious about the projected Royal ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    American official opinion is clearly in favour of helping British countries in their efforts to free themselves ...

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  7. Assisted Migrants

    Sir,—May I suggest that consideration be given to ensuring that the period migrants from the U.K. must stay to benefit ...

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  8. Britain Nears End Of Ration-book Era

    British housewives, looking at the notices in their butchers' shops, "Anyone Served," have noticed in the last week or two that the last citadel of the postwar sellers' market in Britain has virtually crumbled. Meat is comparatively plentiful, and the formalities ...

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  9. The Pending Budget

    Sir,—Is it because the Budget is pending that over the past four weeks one has had the choice of all brands of ...

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  10. Revenue From Customs, Excise Rises

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.— Revenue from Customs and Excise last month was £15,135,235, £1,472,616 ...

    Article : 127 words
  11. Threat To Railway

    Sir,—The recent proposal to close the branch railway line to Kywong is arousing grave concern in this district. ...

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  12. Sir J. Latham At Noumean Celebrations

    The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. R. G. Casey, announced last night that Sir John Latham, a former Chief ...

    Article : 112 words
  13. Mental Nursing

    Sir,—The demands being made on the Parramatta Mental Hospital nurses stagger me. ...

    Article : 169 words
  14. French Policy In Indo-China

    The new French policy in Indo-China seems to have checked the dangerous drift of nationalist opinion to the ...

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  15. Buckjumping

    Sir,—J. Gilbert, of Binalong ("Herald," August 25) does not see any cruelty in buckjumping. I should like to ...

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  16. Sir William McKie In Melbourne

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — Melbourne-born organist Sir William McKie, who selected, directed and conducted the music ...

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  17. Parliament

    The Legislative Assembly yesterday continued the debate on the Address-in-Reply. The debate was adjourned and ...

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  18. Council And House Design

    Sir, — Something more should be said in defence of the Lane Cove Council's rejection of Mr. Baldwinson's ...

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  19. Persia Faces Grave Loss Of Oil Market

    THE regime of the new Persian Premier, Gen. Fazollah Zahedi, which is now examining the ...

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  20. A Midget Church

    Sir,—St. Aidan's Church, Angus Place, referred to by Bill Beatty ("Herald," August 29), is smaller than the other ...

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  21. Use Of Esperanto

    Sir,—Though Professor A. G. Mitchell has pronounced Esperanto dead, in my recent travels abroad I found this ...

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  22. ROAD TRIAL DIARY Bad Roads Test Cars And Drivers

    TO-DAY we beat fire, fog and frightful roads to stay with the leaders in the Redex trial. ...

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  23. A Degree In Fine Arts?

    The suggestion contained in, a letter published yesterday that the N.S.W. University of Technology might ...

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    Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Slim, attended by Major J. Swinton, A.D.C., were present at the ...

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