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  2. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Sir,—At frequent intervals, contributors to the Press write disparagingly and unjustly regarding Japan's trade with Australia, the principal allegation being that Japan is ...

    Article : 686 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 4,491 words
  4. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

    Work commenced last week on the foundations of the new Beckenham Memorial Congregational Church (illustrated) in Botany-road, near Park-road, Mascot. May 20 has been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 314 words
  5. THE SEXES AND THEIR PAY.

    Sir,—The letter of Mrs. Littlejohn strikes a very opportune note. It is as she says, high time that the respective basic wages of men and women be revised, and the anomaly ...

    Article : 321 words
  6. NEW WORKS.

    The building trade has continued to show increased activity during the past week. City architects report having let contracts for several substantial works and for many small ...

    Article : 627 words
  7. THE STEAMER EMU.

    Sir,—Your correspondent, Mr. Godfrey, is perfectly correct in stating that the Port Jackson Company's Emu was not that of the Parramatta steamer Emu. I was well ...

    Article : 311 words
  8. BRITISH ART SHOW.

    Sir,—May I be permitted to draw attention to several statements in your columns which may be misinterpreted? Mr. John D. Moore states that the two main national galleries in ...

    Article : 254 words
  9. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

    Tenders for the following works were opened by the Tender Board, Public Works Department, yesterday:—Gladesville Mental Hospital: Erection of a male sick and infirm ward, three tenders; Beat ...

    Article : 520 words
  10. SHAKESPEARE.

    Sir,—In Mr. Boden's most informative article in Saturday's issue, special mention was made of the foundation of the Shakespeare Society of New South Wales 33 years ago. ...

    Article : 222 words
  11. GERMANY AND THE JEWS.

    Sir,—Mr. K. Burgraf's letter in your paper on last Saturday might have been dictated by the noble urge for justice, although it does not lack a certain sentimentality. It is not my ...

    Article : 329 words
  12. £10,000 MARKETS AT GOULBURN.

    There will be opened this week in Goulburn, reports our Goulburn correspondent, extensive markets which have cost £10,000. These markets have been built on the same lines as ...

    Article : 136 words
  13. CROSBY HALL.

    Sir,—In a delightful article on Crosby Hall, Miss Gertrude Mack states that it was once a "rough and ready eating house " I cannot think when that could have been Crosby ...

    Article : 227 words
  14. IN THE GARDEN.

    "Hibiscus": Cuttings planted in nursery rows at this time of the year will root readily, and be fit for potting up during the early summer. Thin, firm pieces of hibiscus wood about the ...

    Article : 931 words
  15. NEST OF CLOCK SPRINGS.

    Sir,—Our feathered friends at times have very strange nests, but the most remarkable one I have ever seen is made entirely of steel. It is in the Museum of Natural ...

    Article : 159 words
  16. PEA-RIFLE PERILS.

    Sir,—The accident reported in your columns to-day, with a pea-rifle, at Fivedock, adds yet another to the list. Irresponsible people seem to be able to spoil other persons' lives ...

    Article : 166 words
  17. NEW FORD LIGHT CAR.

    Plans for the release in the near future of a new Ford 8-horse-power light car, with a 90-inch wheel-base, designed and built at the British Ford works at Dagenham, England, ...

    Article : 320 words
  18. DANGEROUS CORNERS.

    Sir,—The shocking accident which occurred in George-street, neal Martin-place, at shortly before 9 a.m. on Friday, April 21, when a woman was knocked down and killed, brings ...

    Article : 157 words
  19. SIGNIFICANT SILENCE.

    Sir,—It seems remarkably strange that dining the past few weeks, while the British engineers have been undergoing persecution in Russia, the so-called "friends of the ...

    Article : 142 words
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