A moral for electors lay in last week's happenings on uniform taxation. They will have to use gimlet eyes on the constitutional proposals, which the Commonwealth Government proposes to submit to referendum some time this year. ...Article : 1,569 words
News from Italy, where street riots and demonstrations have been occurring with alarming frequency, paints a consistent picture of economic stagnation and general unrest. There are signs that the Italian Government, a ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,139 words
Mr. Churchill's release to an American magazine of the war review which he delivered to the House of Commons in secret session in April, ...Article : 773 words
Surely a Government which places education in the forefront of its social programme, and is prepared to appropriate millions of pounds for the ...Article : 251 words
Sir,—During the last three months employment has been disastrously reduced by the shortage of coal, and our future industrial expansion is likely ...Article : 468 words
Sir,—Mr. A. E. Heath's contribution towards the solution of the "how-to-vote" problem sheds little useful light on the merits or otherwise of the ...Article : 324 words
His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Jordan, attended by the members of the personal staff, were present at the Australian Jockey Club's ...Article : 55 words
Sir,—The desirability of procuring the best type of candidate to contest elections is rarely fulfilled in the pre-selection system. ...Article : 316 words
"Maybe if we paid wages in bricks some of these people might work for us." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 18 words
Sir,—Recent reports of the refusal of troops in the Darwin area to man trucks call for an investigation into conditions there. ...Article : 146 words
It is at least satisfactory that the late Premiers' Conference should have reached agreement on the future of uniform taxation and that benefits ...Article : 461 words
Sir,—In Europe, Nazi leaders are being tried and sentenced to death for "aggressive warfare"—in other words, for continuing, internationally, the "law ...Article : 124 words
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