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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Strong exception was taken at a meeting of returned soldiers on Wednesday night to the reported intention to issue first-class railway tickets to officers, warrant-officers, and nursing sisters ...

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  3. THE PICTURES.

    It is unfortunate for many reasons that so little progress has been made in the production of British films. Of late efforts have been made by certain English firms ...

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  4. INTERSTATE SHIPPING.

    At the sitting of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on interstate shipping yesterday, Mr. James Harrison, manager of the Shipping and Trading ...

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  5. NEW INDUSTRIES.

    Primary producers and consumers are not the only persons who complain that they are hit hard by the new tariff. Some manufacturers claim that some of the ...

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  6. ALLEGED BOGUS BUSINESS.

    A series of advertisements in the press towards the end of last year, setting forth in rosy colours offers of partnerships in a "well-established manufacturers' agency business," caught the eye of ...

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  8. REPATRIATION.

    Many reports have reached the Assistant Minister for Lands (Mr. Mackinnon) from local committees in country districts stating that returned soldiers have privately ...

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  9. SHORTER WORKING WEEK.

    Referring to the proposal made by Mr. Justice Higgins, that argument on the general effect of a reduction of hours on Australian industry, should be held during the ...

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  10. SCIPTURE REFERENDUM.

    In view of the coming State elections an "Appeal to Electors" is to be issued in the course of a few days by the Scripture Instruction Campaign Council. Among the ...

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  11. WHERE AUSTRALIANS REST.

    An illustrated booklet describing the A.I.F. cemeteries in every theatre of war will be published shortly by the Defence department. "Where the Australians ...

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  12. WAR AND BEQUESTS.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—An interesting will case is to be brought before the Courts shortly. A writ has been issued by the Union Trustee Company of Australia ...

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  13. BATTLE PICTURE WEEK.

    Beginning on Saturday evening a Diggers' Week will be held at the Princess Theatre under the auspices of the Australian War Museum Committee, the ...

    Article : 356 words
  14. DANGERS OF BRICK-MAKING.

    The dangerous nature of the work undertaken by those engaged, in the brick-making industry, and the necessity for measures being taken to safeguard the employees, were emphasised by the Deputy ...

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  15. LOST IN THE BUSH.

    TRAFALGAR, Wednesday.—A fortnight ago a party of residents from F[?]mina North proceeded into the mountain country on a shooting expedition. One of them, ...

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  16. SLIDING RATES FOR SUGAR BEET

    Requests for a payment of £2/5/ a ton for sugar beet and the making available of further land for beet cultivation were placed before the Minister for Agriculture ...

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