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  4. AN APPRECIATION.

    As one who for nearly 20 years was privileged to enjoy an intimacy with the late Joseph Bradley. I would like to rehabilitate the eminent musician, who, througn no fault ...

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  5. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MOTOR BODIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I have been reading with great interest the remarks of Lord Numeld, Mr. L. J. Hartnett, and others, which have been published in your valuable journal during the last few ...

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  6. SPORTS GROUND

    It is now certain that the New South Wales Rugby League will play matches st the Sydney Sports Ground, as well as at the Sydney Cricket Ground, during the coming season. ...

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  7. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.

    Sir,—St. Andrew's Cathedral has lately occupied wide pu[?] interest, and as I have been closely connected witn it for about [?] years several meerested persons have ...

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  8. OUR NOISY CITY.

    Sir,—After two years abroad I come back to Sydney to and it is not as baa as other cities. The noise about Martin-place hi the extension there no doubt seems to be prolonged ...

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  9. WAGE REDUCTION.

    A deputation from the Maritime Transpor Council yesterday asked that the Government should consider what speakers described as the anomalous position of temporary, casual ...

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  10. QUEENSLAND RAINFALLS.

    Sir,—With reference to your correspondent's letter, appearing in to-day's issue of the "Herald," relative to recent rainfall in Queensland, I-should like to state that the reports ...

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  11. ANZAC DAY MARCH.

    Sir,—Some days ago I read a paragraph in the columns of your paper stating that it was the intention of the Gallipoli Legion to march as a separate unit on Anzac Day. ...

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  12. HEADLIGHTS

    The Coroner (Mr. E. Jones) found to-day that Thomas F. Bailey, 32, was accidentally killed by a goods train near Rappville on Saturday night, and that no blame was ...

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  13. TRAMS OR BUSES.

    Sir,—Mr. P. J. Campbell's letter in to-day's "Herald" relative to the carrying capacity of the trams as compared to that of the buses should give those with motor interests food for ...

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  14. OUR TOURIST TRAFFIC.

    Sir,—Mr. H. J. Lamble, writing to the "Herald" on the above subject in your issue of to-day takes exception to Mr. Wrightson, of Leeton, pointing out in a previous letter ...

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  15. FLAX AND LINSEED.

    An carly decision is to be made by the Federal Cabinet on the future policy of the Commonwealth Government for the assistance of the flax and linseed industry. The Bounty ...

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  16. SIR JOSEPH BANKS MEMORIAL.

    Sir,—I feel, as one knowing much of what has happened in connection with the funds collected for the Banks Memorial, that I should correct one impression which is, ...

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  17. SWIMMING RACE.

    The relay swimming race for teams of metropolitan alderman, which Alderman S. A. Woyd, Mayor or Enfield, suggests should take place at Enfield Olympic swimming ...

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  18. TAXATION DEPARTMENT DELAYS.

    Sir,—The Taxation Department is insistent on up-to-the-minute payment of its demands. When, however, it has to consider the convenience, or even the rights, of the public, it ...

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  19. THE ROYAL GEORGE.

    Sir,—The first recorded use of electric current for underwater explosion was in the "blowing up" of this vessel at Spithcad in 1842. I have in my possession an oak ...

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