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  3. Mr. Butler's Departure

    The Premier left for England last week, bearing with him the good wishes of his friends, his political supporters, and the majority of his ...

    Article : 273 words

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  5. Britain's Rearmament

    The arms debate in the British House of Commons, summarised in our cable news this week, has the interest or novelty. For the first time ...

    Article : 344 words
  6. America's Demagogues

    Political economy, though as intimately related to the welfare of mankind as any other science, has always been neglected by the masses, who ...

    Article : 438 words
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  8. Care Of Aborigines

    The annual meeting of the Aborigines' Friends' Association, held last week, will remind the public of the debt it owes to this philanthropic ...

    Article : 449 words
  9. The Chronicle. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1935.

    When the Prime Minister discusses the meat problem with the Home authorities, as he will do as early as possible after his arrival in London, it ...

    Article : 1,149 words
  10. In A Dark Place

    The two High Court judgments delivered on Monday in cases affecting interstate trade, recall the definition of Section 92 of the Federal ...

    Article : 328 words

    Sir Claude Reading, chairman of directors of the Commonwealth Bank, last week contradicted reports and rumors which have been freely ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. Centenary Plans

    Our Melbourne correspondent's mention of the fact that the Victorian Centenary celebrations are virtually at an end, is a reminder that those ...

    Article : 320 words
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  14. Herr Kisch Leaves

    At Fremantle on Monday, Herr Egon Kisch, homeward bound on the Orford, finally shook the dust of Australia from his feet. He has had an ...

    Article : 323 words
  15. The Greek Struggle

    Whether M. Venizelos is wounded or not, there is no reason to assume his death; but his warmest admirers must admit that, by his latest escapade, he ...

    Article : 365 words

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