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  2. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,329 words
  3. THE "LEAVING."

    Many of the 4250 candidates who have entered for the Leaving Certificate examination, to commence to-day, are anxiously completing their eleventh-hour preparation at ...

    Article : 795 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 702 words
  5. ABORIGINAL SCIENCE.

    That the aborigines made fish-traps and fish-balks (as we used to call them when we came across them) is a fact. That they used natural barriers as Mr. David G. Stead writes ...

    Article : 1,112 words
  6. ANGLICANS.

    Matters relating to doctrine, discipline, and administration occupy a prominent place in the business before the 23rd Synod of the diocese of Sydney, now in session. Representatives of ...

    Article : 1,387 words
  7. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Dismal prospects before the adjourned Disarmament Conference in Europe, and the revival of acute and aggressive nationalism among Continental Powers, ...

    Article : 832 words
  8. EXAMINATION BEGINS TO-DAY.

    The Leaving Certificate examination will begin at 9.30 o'clock this morning, and will continue until November 30. To-day's subjects are English (9.30 to 12.30) and geology ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. HALL MARK.

    A magnificent full-page picture of Hall Mark, the winner of the 1933 Melbourne Cup is a feature of this weeks Sydney Mail." The photograph of the great horse was taken in ...

    Article : 503 words
  10. BEST NOVEL OF 1932.

    The medal for the best novel of 1932 has been awarded by the Australian Literature Society, Melbourne, to Mr. Leonard Mann, for his war novel, "Flesh in Armour." ...

    Article : 32 words
  11. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor presided at a meeting of the Executive Council yesterday. His Excellency the Governor and Lady Game gave a dinner party at Government House last ...

    Article : 263 words
  12. JEWS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    Sir,—In my article on the Jews in South Africa, published in Monday's "Herald," I was careful to say that the views expressed therein were not necessarily my own, nor those ...

    Article : 515 words
  13. BRITAIN'S REVIVAL.

    The spirit in which Britain is meeting her problems was strikingly expressed in the speeches made by the three party leaders at a luncheon given by the ...

    Article : 919 words
  14. WAGES TAX.

    Under the provisions of the new Act, unemployment relief tax will in future be known as wages tax, and all employers will be required to obtain an employer's schedule, and ...

    Article : 186 words
  15. STUDENT TEACHERS.

    It is announced in the State Education Gazette that 195 students are to be admitted to the teachers' colleges in 1934. One hundred and forty-five will be allocated to the ...

    Article : 127 words
  16. CHILLED BEEF.

    "The Australian beef trade with [?] has no future unless it is supplied regularly in a chilled state," said Mr. V. D. Bell, a Queensland pastroalist, who returned to ...

    Article : 87 words
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