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    CANBERRA, Monday.--The Australian Government has agreed, subject to certain conditions, to allow legal differences with Japan over pearling operations to be submitted to the International Court of Justice. ...

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    Lecture fees at the University of Melbourne will rise 25 per cent, all round from January 1 next. This will permit an increase in professorial and staff salaries expected to cost the University an extra £66 000 ...

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  4. Representative Australians Back From Aboard

    AMONG AIR PASSENGERS who returned to Melbourne yesterday from overseas were—TOP: The Australian High Commissioner in London (Sir Thomas White), who is here being welcomed by two colleagues of the First World War. LOWER: The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Casey), ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Wide Storm Damage in Tasmania

    HOBART, Monday. --Most parts of Tasmania, in the past 24 hours, have experienced the worst ...

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  6. Protest on Literature:-- Council Urges Quick Action

    Prahran city council last night adopted a resolution protesting against the distribution and sale of undesirable literature. ...

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  7. Aborigine, 100, Dies Honored by Queen

    ALICE SPRINGS, Monday. --A great Central Australian identity --aborigine Bruno--died quietly in his sleep last night aged one hundred years. ...

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  8. University Has Parking Worries

    Parents of undergraduates are escaping owner-onus by using the University of Melbourne as a free car ...

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  9. C.O.L. to be Put Into State Wages Boards

    The Commonwealth Statistician's quarterly cost of living adjustment is to be incorporated in all Victorian Wages Boards determinations. Cabinet agreed last night ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. No Finality on Liquor Bill

    State Cabinet has not yet reached finality on its liquor reform, proposals. The Premier (Mr. Cain) ...

    Article : 131 words
  11. Minister on New Schools

    The Government docs not intend to establish a new construction authority to build schools. ...

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  12. No Extra Holiday for Boxing Day

    Several thousand workers will not get a holiday in substitution of Boxing day which this year falls on ...

    Article : 179 words
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  14. Petrol Thefts too Prevalent

    Stealing petrol from cars was too prevalent, and sentences were the best way to stop them, Mr. O'Connor, ...

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  15. Big Estates

    William Stutzer Wainewright, formerly of Barwon Hills, Winchelsea, grazier, who died on September 3, ...

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  17. Swan Hill Flats to be Drained

    SWAN HILL, Monday. -- The Water Commission has approved a scheme to drain the Murray River flats here. ...

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    Australia has won wide recognition as a leader in international affairs, according to the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Casey) and the Australian High Commissioner in London (Sir Thomas White). ...

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  19. New Rail Commissioner

    Cabinet last night appointed Mr. E. H. Brownbill, 51, a railways commissioner for five years from January 1. ...

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  20. European Concert

    Artists from nine European countries will sing and dance at a grand European night in Melbourne Town ...

    Article : 62 words
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  22. Submarine Pays Cup Visit

    The submarine H.M.S. Tactician arrived in Melbourne from Sydney yesterday on an unexpected visit ...

    Article : 120 words
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