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A motorist writing from Newcastle to the Sydney broadcasting station 2BL States that he has just returned from a two months' tour by car of Western and North-Western Queensland Rivers "I took a 4-valvc receiving set with me and had wonderful results every night from 2BL.. From the far western plains with a low aerial I heard you broadcast- ing the Eisteddfod ' from Wollongong The boxing from the stadium was per- fect and was heard by dozens of out- back people who never heard wireless before. The aerial was pulled up to a tree by the aid of a fishing line.
Although the writer of the above letter carries an ordinary receiving set ,with, hini^ the latest accessory to the modern motor is a specially made port
able set. A party with a car reccntly
travelled from Sydney to Katoomba Jenolan, Bathurst, Hill End, and Mud-
gee, and found that the portable re- ceived Sydney and Interstate stations both on the roadside and indoors. At Bathurst, in the hotel lounges, visitor were entertained with a concert fron station 3LO, Melbourne, a lecture fron IQG, Brisbane, sporting , results fron the Sydney stations, and jazz niusii from 3AR, Melbourne, loud enough for
Excessive weight is not noccsnarll: .lue to overeating, as many stout per sons are very small eaters.
Eavesdropping is still punishable ii Britain as a crime under an old Act o Parliament dating back to 1360.
Children who refuse milk and favou pickles and other vinegary foods ar more likely to suffer from j-houmatk fever. ' , ,
People should, as a general rule, ac cording to medical men, «¿at less foo<
when they are approaching the age o ( seventy.
Wood-wasps, which lay their eggs oi the wood of various fir-trees, are» ah!< to boi;o through such metal us sheet