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  2. BANKS' ASSETS AT £429 MILLIONS

    THE strength of Australian banks was revealed to-day when a statement issued by the Commonwealth Statistician disclosed that at ...

    Article : 181 words
  3. PRACTICES OF MILK COMPANIES

    To cope with the trade practices of the big companies, milkmen today had to work longer hours, and, as this subjected them to greater ...

    Article : 338 words
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    Miss Helen Hicks and Gene Sara zen, visiting American golfers, and the Ford V8 car in which they will tour New South Wales. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. CHILDREN STARVED FOR BOOKS

    STRESSING that reading was taught rather badly in our State schools, and that children were not allowed to read enough, Dr. C. R. ...

    Article : 308 words
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    Peter Dunstan, of Hurstville, is only seven, but he has put up a record at the Present City of Sydney Eisteddfod with three first prizes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Dismissal Of Single Men

    THE only solution to the present unemployment problem, declared Mr. R. James, M.H.R., at a public protest meeting at Cessnock to-night, was in the return of a Government at the next Federal elections pledged to reform the monetary system. ...

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  9. CARRIAGES LEAVE RAILS

    Train traffic on the SydneyBankstown line was delayed for about three-quarters of an hour yesterday afternoon when two ...

    Article : 180 words
  10. DOUBLING WORK ON NURSES

    For the first time in its history the Manly Far West Home is to have two sets of twins in its nursery at the same time. ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. THIEVES VISIT AERODROME

    Stolen from the office of the Royal Aero Club of N.S.W. at the Kingsford Smith Aerodrome. Mascot, on Monday night, an iron safe was ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. CONDUCTOR FALLS FROM FOOTBOARD

    Falling off the running board and rolling down an embankment from a tram, on which he was collecting fares in Alison Road, Randwick, last ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. PREMIERE OF FILM "UNCIVILISED"

    Miss Patricia Higgins, of Expeditionary Films, will leave by aeroplane for Brisbane to-morrow to plan the publicity campaign for the local ...

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  14. NEW MONETARY SYSTEM NECESSARY

    "If the evils which brought about depression and unemployment are to be eradicated there must be a new monetary system," declared Mr. ...

    Article : 74 words
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  16. MEN TO LOSE XMAS PRESENTS

    One of the most unusual applications yet made to North Sydney Council was mentioned at last night's meeting, when the health ...

    Article : 90 words
  17. GOVERNOR'S FIRST LEVEE

    Naval and military uniforms as well as the wigs and gowns of the judiciary and top-hats and morning suits of civilians were conspicuous at ...

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  18. STEVENS SENDS CABLE

    The campaign in connection with the Vaucluse by-election, to be decided on Saturday next, has developed so unfavorably for the selected ...

    Article : 163 words
  19. BABY MONKEY IN ZOO HOSPITAL

    Hundreds of children thronged Taronga Park Zoo yesterday on what was practically the first fine weekend since the school holidays began. ...

    Article : 84 words
  20. TO BROADCAST IN U.S.A.

    Miss Lurline Fleming, winner of the Australian Radio Personality Quest, promoted by Amalgamated wireless, yesterday made a formal call upon ...

    Article : 66 words
  21. MAN BLOWN FROM TREE

    Blown during a gale from a tree which he was lopping on Kenneth Sweetnam's property, near Bathurst, to-day, Percy McMillan crashed 35 ...

    Article : 44 words
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