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  • LETTERS MILITARY CAMP CANTEENS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—May I congratulate you in venting your disapproval of dry canteens? Rest assured that you have expressed the opinions of 99 per cent of the soldiers and 75 per cent, ... [Article] (227 words)
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir.—I was glad to see the "Herald" takes a sensible view of the matter and advocates wet canteens for troops in camp. If I remember rightly, Archbishop Kelly was in favour of ... [Article] (145 words)
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Your sub-leader will doubtless be regarded with considerable satisfaction by brewers. While your interest in the welfare, of the trainees is commendable, surely your ... [Article] (90 words)
  • DAYLIGHT SAVING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Str.—In Great Britain and New Zealand, daylight-saving is comparatively simple. At most places in England and Scotland the variation is but 15 to 20 minutes maximum. In ... [Article] (387 words)
  • RIFLE CLUBS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir.—Mr. A. S. Spencer's remarks on rifle [?]lubs do not coincide with past records. He states that, when the Great War broke out. "rifle club members were ready to take an ... [Article] (212 words)
  • WARRINGAH TRANSPORT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I fall to see why our special Wynyard bus service should suddenly be encroached upon by residents between Brookvale and The Spit. It certainly was a revelation to reach ... [Article] (190 words)
  • LORD MAYOR'S PATRIOTIC FUND. TO THE EDITOR OP THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Many women feel that there is an urgent need for a women's section of the Lord Mayor's, Fund which would be responsible for the bulk buying of material and the ... [Article] (104 words)
  • GREYHOUND NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir—This morning I saw a very tiny and very innocent fox-terrier standing on a footpath asailed from behind by a greyhound. It took but a moment for this monster to ... [Article] (125 words)
  • MOTORING Q.M.C. UTILITY COUPE. Old Name Revived, LIGHT, STURDY VEHICLE.

    A name well known in the commercial vehicle field a few years ago is revived by the introduction of the new G.M.C. coupe utility a 15cwt capacity ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (562 words)
  • FUEL CONSUMPTION CONTEST. Vauxhall Wyvern Cars.

    The five heat winners of the recently conducted petrol consumption contest for Vauxhall Wyvern owners competed in the final early this week, and the ... [Article] (144 words)
  • TAIL LIGHT SWITCH.

    Some months ago the police traffic branch decided to permit the use of tail light switches working from the instrument board. A number of motorists removed the old switch at ... [Article] (162 words)
  • BROADCASTING. National Stations.

    National Station 2FC will open at 6.30 a.m. to-day, with market news and callup notices. Wheat quotations will be broadcast at 9.50. and with stock and produce ... [Article] (245 words)
  • VISIT OF LORD GOWRIE. BATHURST Thursday.

    The visit of the Governor-General, Lord Gowric, who was to have insp[?]cted militamen in camp[?] Bathurst to-day, has been post[?]oned to next [?]hursday. ... [Article] (31 words)
  • PRICE OF CARS. Increases Certain. EFFECT OF THE WAR.

    A topic of lively conversation in the trade and amongst motorists is the effect the war will have on car prices. It is not expected that much change will ... [Article] (474 words)
  • NEW HEADLIGHT BULB.

    According to reports from America, some of the 1940 American cars will be fitted with a new lighting system involving principally a new kind of headlamp bulb, which includes ... [Article] (141 words)
  • NEW TRUCK SHOWROOMS.

    The entire commercial division of York Motors Pty. Ltd. has been moved to new showrooms at 226-244 Parramatta Road. Camperdown. These are particularly spacious, a ... [Article] (114 words)
  • ROAD REPORTS. BLACKMAN'S POINT FERRY.

    Complaints have reached the N.R.M.A. that the relief ferry at present in use over the Hastings River at Blackman's Point is inadequate for the volume of traffic, as the vessel ... [Article] (227 words)
  • Y.M.C.A. WORK FOR TROOPS. Appeal to be Launched.

    The National Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Austialia has reccived the permission of the Department of Defence to make an appeal throughout ... [Article] (176 words)
  • ROSE DAY APPEAL.

    The appeal of the United Charities fund, which should have been held last Friday, will now take place to-day. Throughout the day and evening, there will be entertainment ... [Article] (74 words)
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