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  4. VIEWS AND COMMENTS

    Sir—As I happen to be one of the Italian immigrants who seem to be mainly alluded to by Murray settlers and others in recent attacks on ...

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  5. SIR H. HUDD ON PARTY POLITICS

    Sir—Hats off to Sir Herbert Hudd. It is difficult to imagine a greater condemnation of party politics than that expressed by Sir Herbert at the ...

    Article : 449 words
  6. BIBLE READING IN SCHOOLS

    Sir—The rationalistic proposition that some great men are unbelievers is easily balanced by the assertion that many eminent men are devout ...

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  7. RABBIT EXTERMINATION

    Sir—I have noticed with amusement and some annoyance letters from Mr. Bellchambers and "Old Maid" decrying the rabbit virus experiments about ...

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  8. POLITICAL SITUATION

    Sir—The five-year Parliament having nearly run its course—two years without the consent of the electors—the Butler Government seems determined ...

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  9. Ten More Trotskyists Sentenced To Death

    The military court has sentenced to death ten. Trotskyites on charges of Sabotage. A communique issued by the ...

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  10. POINTS FROM LETTERS

    From "H. J. Brow":—Most people agree that there are some good items in the national programmes, and they switch off or change to another ...

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  11. ATTENDANCES AT RACES

    Sir—Business is more important than racing, and is entitled to first consideration from all Governments; but all classes of sport, including racing ...

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  12. MODERN DANCES

    Sir—In your issue of August 26 "Glyde" says. "It is annoying to hear the uninitiated speak of the modern dances as being based on the South ...

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  13. DAIRYING INDUSTRY

    Sir—A campaign against bovine tuberculosis is suggested in "The Advertiser" by Mr. S. J. Kneebone, secretary of the Veterinary Association. He ...

    Article : 508 words
  14. CLASSIC FOOTBALL

    Sir—Can Norwood win at Alberton on Saturday? They have only won at the seaside ground once and that in 1922. the scores being 9.14 to 9.12. Two ...

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  15. SUPERANNUATION CUTS

    Sir—Throughout the discussion on the cuts in Public Service pensions the Premier has evaded the main point, viz.:—that the Government ...

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