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  2. WIRELESS BROADCASTING.

    Final arrangements have been made by the Australian Broadcasting Company for a service to be commenced from the company's high-powered station at Braybrook ...

    Article : 432 words
  3. LABOUR OBJECTIVES.

    Many proposals of a far-reaching character are contained in the agenda for the triennial conference of the Australian Labour party, which is to be opened at the ...

    Article : 455 words
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  5. ENGINE-MEN'S CONFERENCE.

    The annual conference of the Victorian division of the Australian Union of Locomotive Engine-men was opened at the Loco Hall, North Melbourne, yesterday. ...

    Article : 324 words
  6. NATURE NOTES AND QUERIES.

    "I am wondering if it is a usual matter for parrots to breed in captivity. I have a pair of smoker parrots that are kept in a fair-sized house. Last year the hen laid ...

    Article : 1,917 words
  7. NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY.

    The Northern Territory Land Board was asked by the Federal Ministry to inspect the land between Kingoonya, on the Great Western railway, and Alice Springs (N. T.), ...

    Article : 297 words
  8. CASE FOR UNION.

    [?] that the members of his union occupied a "key" position in industry, Mr. Drakeford issued yesterday a statement dealing with various phases of the ...

    Article : 572 words
  9. "PROPAGANDA STRIKE."

    SYDNEY, Thursday.— The directions given by the council of the Miners' Federation that all members of the organisation on strike should resume work immediately, ...

    Article : 248 words
  10. SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS.

    BALLARAT, Thursday—The South Street Competitions were continued to-day. The adjudicator in the debate was Mr. Scullin, M. H. R., while Mr. Edward Reeves judged the other work. ...

    Article : 265 words
  11. MOTOR DEFENCE LEAGUE.

    Before a gathering of more than 100 representative citizens and taxpayers, the Motor Defence League gave a private screening at the Majestic Theatre of a new ...

    Article : 415 words
  12. CHILD SEVERELY BURNED.

    Suffering from severe burns on the [?] and [?] George Davies, aged four years, of Lambert street. [?] was admitted to the Children's Hospital yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 38 words
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  14. CHARITIES BOARD.

    At a meeting of the Charities Board yesterday the question of free dispensaries was discussed. Members agreed that the system of free dispensaries in England and ...

    Article : 397 words
  15. DISTURBING MOTOR NOISES.

    Sir.—In Wednesday morning's issue "Annoyed" asked, " Is it fair that a congregation should be unable to hear the sermon through the incessant din of cyclists and ...

    Article : 89 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE [?]

    Sir,—When will churchgoers understand that motor-horns are necessary for [?] whereas discordant church bells are unnecessary as everyone knows the time by ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. BETTER POLICE PROTECTION.

    Gardenvale [?] Association received a letter on Wednesday from the chief [?] of police (Mr. Nicholson). The letter stated that police officers in charge of [?] of ...

    Article : 128 words
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