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  2. ST. KILDA BATHS A DERELICT SHELL

    St. Kilda baths, once the biggest, and among the most popular in Melbourne, are now little more than a derelict shell, and funds are not available to restore them to usable condition. The imposing facade (shown on right) and the ...

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  3. General View of the Bathing Area

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  4. MIGRATION ADDED TO INFLATION

    CANBERRA, Sunday.--Professor P. H. Karwel, of Adelaide University, considers there is little doubt that migration has added a powerful ...

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  5. Hostile Reaction to Art Award

    SYDNEY, Sunday. -- A big crowd which visited the National Art Gallery yesterday to view William Dargie's Archibald Prize winning entry saw ...

    Article : 319 words
  6. Mr. Sharkey Back From Soviet Trip

    DARWIN, Sunday. -- The general secretary of the Australian Communist party (Mr. L. ...

    Article : 362 words
  7. Migrants Save 'Debts' to Leave Australia

    Many British migrants who refuse to pay the higher tariff asked by Commonwealth Hostels Ltd, at the Brooklyn migrant centre are saving the money for their return fores to England. ...

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  8. Road Transport Inquiry Urged

    The blitz on road transport, scheduled for February 1, should be halted and action withheld until after a complete and impartial investigation ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. Unconscious for Eighteen Days

    BENDIGO, Sunday-- A Marist Brother, who was involved in a motor cycle accident, has been ...

    Article : 43 words
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    TWO HUNDRED COUNTRY GIRLS CAME TO MELBOURNE for the Victorian women's country Softball carnival at Fawkner Park on Saturday. Top: Colleen Hornsby (Mildura), masked, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Church Rodeo Was Not a Dull Affair

    WONTHAGGI, Sunday. -- Such interest did arena events hold for the 1000 spectators at yesterday's ...

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  15. Watersiders to Stop Work

    BRISBANE, Sunday. -- Brisbane watersiders will stop work for four hours on Wednesday, despite the ...

    Article : 56 words
  16. Crashed Into Telephone Post

    BALLARAT, Sunday. -- A motor cyclist, William Tainsh, 20, of Collard-street, Ballarat, received a ...

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  17. Attitude to Migrants Criticised

    CANBERRA, Sunday.--An attack on Australian professional men for their attitude towards New Australian ...

    Article : 223 words
  18. Batman Forgotten by His "Village"

    The Pioneers' annual rally at Batman's grave yesterday was attended by only five people. The vice-president of the ...

    Article : 286 words
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