Mr. A. G. Smith, S.M., was yesterday appointed by the Executive Council a Royal Commissioner to ...Article : 239 words
CANBERRA, Wed.—The Federal Government is aware that a national industrial crisis could develop over the Bowen wharf dispute, but is prepared for any emergency. ...Article : 784 words
Defence problems in Western Australia were "enormous," Air Commodore W. L. Hely, the retiring Air ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 165 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) had been asked by telegram to expedite a decision on whether Federal assistance ...Article : 171 words
CANBERRA, Wed.—The Federal Government had good reason to believe that chemists generally were quite satisfied with the present basis of payments for pharmaceutical benefits, the Acting-Minister for ...Article : 400 words
BLANTYRE (Nyasaland), Wed.—A missing Rapide aircraft carrying the Northern Rhodesian police commissioner ...Article : 143 words
The Premier (Mr. Hawke) said yesterday that he wanted price control to continue in Western Australia. ...Article : 123 words
CUE, Wed.—Ernest Richmond ("Dolly") Grey (about 72). single, was burnt to death to-day in his two-room hut near ...Article : 80 words
PARIS, Wed.—Jacques" Thibaud, the noted French violinist, was among 42 people killed when an Air France airliner crashed in the French Alps last night. The plane hit 10,000ft. up ...Article : 374 words
Mr. Wild (L.C.L., Dale), the former Minister for Forests, said last night that although he did not wish to reflect on the Conservator of Forests (Dr. T. N. Stoate), he believed that very few professional men ...Article : 268 words
Chelsea building, in St. George's-terrace near King-street, was sold by private treaty yesterday for about £45,000. ...Article : 100 words
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