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  2. LONDON TOPICS.

    Seat and window speculators are not the only ones plotting to exploit the coronation to their advantage. The industrial unions, at present, are boasting of a phenomenal ...

    Article : 1,237 words
  3. PRO-BRITISH FEELING.

    "Pro-British sentiment in the United States has never before been as strong as it is now," said Dr. P. R. Cole, vice-principal of the Sydney Teachers' ...

    Article : 299 words
  4. NEW LOAN. BIG SUBSCRIPTIONS.

    When the new Federal loan of £7,500,000 opened to-day subscriptions amounting to £965,000 were received from five insurance companies. A ...

    Article : 183 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 359 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,722 words
  7. CROWN PIECES.

    The Acting Treasurer (Mr. Menzies) announced to-day that the Government had decided to make the first public issue on May 10 of the new Australian five-shilling piece, ...

    Article : 194 words
  8. BORROWING REDUCED.

    The Acting Federal Treasurer (Mr. Menzies), in an address broadcast over the national stations to-night, said that some persons might claim that Governments borrowed too much. ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,295 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 181 words
  11. SIR HENRY PARKES.

    The president of the Royal Australian Historical Society (Mr. K. R. Cramp) stated, at a meeting of the society last night, that Australian people would be invited ...

    Article : 187 words
  12. ELIZABETH BAY HOUSE. Mrs. Dangar's Proposal Supported.

    The president of the Naturalists' Society of New South Wales (Mr. D. G. Stead) said yesterday that the proposal of Mrs. Rodney Dangar that ...

    Article : 247 words
  13. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Wakehurst, attended by their personal staff, were present last night at a reception given by the Royal Empire Society at the Hotel ...

    Article : 362 words
  14. NEW NAVAL PACTS.

    A provisional naval agreement with the Soviet was recently reached in London, and according to Mr. Bywater, the well-informed naval correspondent, ...

    Article : 829 words
  15. RURAL TRAINING.

    The manner in which England and Continental countries are endeavouring to keep their unemployed young men and women from the cities was discussed at Fremantle to-day ...

    Article : 283 words
  16. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    From to-day onwards the Government parties will be asserting their full strength in the by-election campaign in Gwydir. So vast are the distances to ...

    Article : 834 words
  17. OLD MONUMENTS.

    Sir,—There is one aspect to the question of preserving old monuments such as Elizabeth Bay House which is rarely considered. It is the moral obligation of New South Wales ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. DAIRY PRODUCE BOARD.

    The Chief Electoral Officer (Mr. V. L. Turner) announced to-night that the following persons had been elected as representatives of co-operative butter and cheese factories to ...

    Article : 78 words
  19. ANZAC DAY.

    The "Sydney Mail" this week naturally devotes a large section of its pages to the subject of Anzac Day. The dawn service, the march through the streets, the ceremony in ...

    Article : 420 words
  20. ARCHITECTURE.

    The Board of Architects of New South Wales has awarded its two travelling scholarships for 1937 to Mr. Augustus Henry Mack, Bachelor of Architecture, University of ...

    Article : 178 words
  21. SUPREME COURT.

    Changes in the Supreme Court organisation, which were forecast in the "Herald" last month, are expected to be made this week. The Prothonotary, Mr. H. D. Wood, is due to ...

    Article : 141 words
  22. SHOPLIFTING.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "An Observer of Much," 26/4/1937, goes straight to the root of this evil. Six years ago, my attention was forcibly drawn to the temptation offered to ...

    Article : 334 words
  23. WIRELESS AIDS FOR AVIATION.

    The Civil Aviation Board and Australian companies operating regular air lines will confer early next week on the use of the new system of wireless aids for safe navigation. ...

    Article : 92 words
  24. WRITER OF BOYS' BOOKS.

    About four years ago two brothers who had been at school in Perth, and had afterwards been farmers in the wheat belt, left Fremantle for England to try their hands at any work ...

    Article : 174 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL MEN

    Two officers of the Royal Australian Navy, who have been on duty in England, are returning by the liner Ormonde, which arrived at Fremantle to-day. Surgeon-Commander L. ...

    Article : 91 words
  26. COMMANDER N. HARVEY.

    Commander N. Harvey is travelling to Melbourne in the Ormonde, which arrived at Fremantle to-day, to begin two years' exchange duty in the Royal Australian Navy, in which ...

    Article : 72 words
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