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    The Premier (Mr. Cain) yesterday stated that he had reason to believe that £1.5m, the new figure for the cost of the proposed Olympic Games Stadium at Carlton, was an under-estimate. ...

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    CANBERRA, Friday.--A Royal Commission will be appointed by the Commonwealth Government to inquire into the operation of television in Australia before it is developed. ...

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  4. Brutus Stops the Meal Rush

    BRUTUS, mascot of the Opportunity Clubs' annual holiday camp at Mt. Evelyn, causes a diversion in the meal-line. Many of the city boys in the camp are having their first country holiday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Anzac Day Observance

    The Government will consider any suggestions the R e t u r n e d Servicemen's League may have on the ...

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  6. Camp Pell Area for Demolition

    The Minister for Housing (Mr. Hayes) announced last night that Area No. 1 at Camp Pell would be ...

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  7. Legislation on Control of Atomic Power

    CANBERRA, Friday.--The Commonwealth Government will introduce a bill at next months' sitting of ...

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  8. Long-Term Loan "Captain" Retires

    For 30 years, Mr. Cyril Smith was on "temporary" loan from the Army to the Repatriation Commission. On Tuesday--his 65th ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. Builders to Visit America

    The Building Industry Congress of Victoria is sponsoring a visit to the United States of an Australian ...

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  10. War Pensions Exceed £34m

    CANBERRA, Friday.--An annual cost of £40,000 for 486 war pensions covering the Korean and Malayan ...

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  11. Czech to Conduct Night Concert

    The [?]cisiting Czech Rudolph Pekarek, will be guest conductor of the Victorian Symphony Orchestra ...

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  12. Quiet or Glory for the Sod?

    After 25 muddled and controllersial years, work will start on the Degraves-street subway on Monday--but not without one small controversy as a ...

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  14. Maffra Identity Dies at 87

    MAFFRA, Friday.--A man who helped his father cut the wooden blocks that paved Melbourne streets died ...

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  15. Orchestra at Hepburn Springs

    The State Service Concert Orchestra of 35 players will play at a Government-sponsored concert at Hepburn ...

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  16. Gunman Fires at Italians

    Four shots were fired from a slowly moving car at two Italians as they walked along Bedford-street, North ...

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  17. Bridge Collapse Delays Trains

    When a wooden railway footbridge near North Melbourne station collapsed yesterday morning:-- Train power lines were ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. Stole from S.E.C.; Gaoled

    For his part in assisting another employe of the State Electricity Commission to steal 75 tons of briquettes ...

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  19. £5951 for Hand Injury

    SYDNEY, Friday.--A former Queensland jockey, James Arthur Ridgway, 28, was awarded £5951 by a ...

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  20. Swim Carnival at Footscray

    Seventeen events, including the City of Melbourne junior 110 yards championship, will be decided at a ...

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    PROTESTING AGAINST what they term "exorbitant road taxes and arbitrary regulations," truck operators in four States are pasting on their vehicles an extract from Section 92 of the Constitution. Here is transport owner Mr. E. D. Cameron with Miss Mary Kennedy, of the Road Transport Development ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Plan for Coal Stockpiling in Queensland

    BRISBANE, Friday.--The Commonwealth Government is to be asked to stave off unemployment in the ...

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  23. Twins Saved at Albert Park

    A twin boy and girl, Peter and Patricia Ullyet, six years, of Beaconsfieldparade, Port Melbourne, ...

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  24. Convictions on Car Charge

    On charges of illegally attempting to use a motor car on December 17, Alan Leslie Kilpatrick, laborer, of ...

    Article : 116 words
  25. Lorry Crashes Over Bridge

    A lorry driver received severe facial injuries from wind-screen fragments yesterday when his loaded lorry ...

    Article : 63 words
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