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  2. Digging first hole

    REV. A. COSTELLOS (left, president of the Wynyard Sesquicentenary committee) and Mr. C. Walker ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    HOBART.—Numerous Opposition questions on items in the Public Works Execution Bill, and four unsuccessful attempts to have deliberations postponed kept the House of Assembly sitting ...

    Article : 490 words

    HOBART.—Unless the Hydro-Electric Commission had power to ration it would be "in a mess," the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) told the Mouse of Assembly last evening. If overnight it should be ...

    Article : 235 words
  5. Religion only protection

    SYDNEY — With the perils of the hydrogen bomb now confronting the world, the only thing that ...

    Article : 185 words
  6. New Australian doctors for State

    HOBART — A bill allowing two additional New Australian doctors to be registered in Tasmania each year yesterday ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. "Contempt" warning to Studley Ruxton

    SYDNEY.—David Edward Studley-Ruxton was warned in court yesterday that he would be dealt with for contempt of court u he did not behave himself. Mr. Justice Dovey twice rebuked Studlcy-Ruxton and said, "This witness has adopted an air of bravado, cheekiness and impudence" ...

    Article : 410 words
  8. Mr. Connolly to visit Kenya

    HOBART — The Deputy Luader of the Legislative Council (Mr. J. B. Connolly) is to go to Kenya In July. He will ...

    Article : 101 words
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    HOBART.—A proclamation will be gazetted shortly to facilitate registration of additional people entitled to vote at municipal elections. The Minister for Lands and ...

    Article : 198 words
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  12. Wool rates firm

    SYDNEY. — Pilcos were fullv firm for nil Merino descriptions nt the close of the woolsales yesterday. ...

    Article : 53 words
  13. Urges outlawing of H-bomb

    The effects of the hydrogen bomb were so devastating that the safety of the world depended on the outlawing of this terrible weapon, the Rev. Victor James, joint secretary of the Australia Peace Council, said in the Burnie Town ...

    Article : 374 words
  14. Then he found she was the Queen

    PERTH — While Arthur George James (50), an exserviceman patient, walled for the Queen to arrive in ...

    Article : 170 words



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