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  2. VIEWS AND COMMENTS

    Sir—Why should youths, when they enlist for service for the defence of Australia, be denied the right to have a pot of beer after hours of strenuous ...

    Article : 480 words
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  4. INDEPENDENTS AND A.B.C.

    Sir—In your columns on February 11, under the heading "Policy on Broadcast Election Speeches," the Australian Broadcasting Commission, after ...

    Article : 406 words
  5. BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT

    Sir—In the "Christmas Chronicle" is an article by Mr. P. S. Alford. who advises growers to "wait and see" in regard to bulk handling plans. While it is ...

    Article : 560 words
  6. POINTS FROM LETTERS

    From "Ex-R.S.M., Late 24th A.L.H. Regiment:—As a light horseman of 38 years' experience of military life and camps. I view with alarm the decision ...

    Article : 1,617 words
  7. ELECTION ISSUES

    Sir—From the tenor of the many letters on the completion of Parliament House, five-year Parliaments, and party pre-selection. the people are genuinely ...

    Article : 692 words
  8. FIRE AT BRIDGEWATER

    Sir—As owner of a house in the threatened area of the bush fire at Bridgewater, I ask the favor of your columns to thank the half-dozen or so ...

    Article : 162 words
  9. TEST CRICKET

    Sir—I see no use now that the Australian Test cricket team is picked in still harping on who should have been chosen. For my part I consider the ...

    Article : 251 words
  10. SUBSIDIES FOR SHIPBUILDING

    sir—Extracts from the speech of the U.S. Secretary of State (Mr. Cordell Hull) show that he urged nations to promote normal, healthy ...

    Article : 501 words
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