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  6. Politics from the Rural Standpoint

    POLITICAL LARRIKINISM. THE responsibility for the disgraceful manifestations of larrikinism in the N.S.W. ...

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  7. FRUITGROWERS' CO-OPERATION.

    One of the lessons to be learnt by the fruitgrowers from the discussion of their marketing problem with the Lord Mayor is that there are no ...

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  8. A "CALL" FOR THE DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    The impression has gained currency [?] district councils are not approved by the central executive of the F.S.A., and that there is little use in keeping ...

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  9. Political Euchre

    PLAYING TO WIN. Holman to Wade ([?]roastically): "Shall we play fair, or all we know?" Wade (savagely): "I'm playing to [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. LABOR AND THE LAND.

    An interview reported on our "Land and Settlement" page indicates with all necessary definiteness the present attitude of the N.S.W. Labor ...

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  11. How we are Governed

    The Federal Parliament will assemble on Tuesday next, after a recess of nearly ten months. Bills will be introduced dealing with the Arbitration Act ...

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  12. QUEENSLAND'S PROSPERITY.

    In the Queensland Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the Treasurer delivered his Financial Statement, which showed that good progress had been ...

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  13. THE PARTY STRIFE.

    Mr. W. Ager, Grafton, writes:—Presume two proclaimed enemies somehow involved in a business partnership, each having diverse views on the ...

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  14. THE BINGARA SEAT.

    In connection with the State general elections, which will probably be held shortly, we understand (says the Bingara "Telegraph") that Mr. David ...

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  15. Politics in N.S.W.

    The proceedings in the New South Wales Parliament have been very lively this week, and the prospects are that they will continue so for some time to ...

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  16. THE COUNTRY LABOR MEMBERS.

    In the course of the debate on the Address-in-Reply to the Lieutenant-Governor's speech, in the N.S.W. Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. ...

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  17. LIBERAL OR LABOR

    A Mudgee subscriber writes:—"I think you took a Yes-No attitude in the by-elections. But then, I am a freeholder and a Liberal." ...

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  18. AN ELECTION THIS YEAR.

    Mr. Holman, Acting-Premier of New South Wales, in opening a women workers' bazoar in Sydney on Wednesday, said:—"Within a few months an ...

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  19. "THE MAN OF DESTINY."

    "Ithurial." in the Melbourne "Argus" supplies the following thumbnail sketch of Mr. Henry Willis. M.L.A., who was recently elected ...

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  20. THE GAUCUS AND THE CONVERSION ACT.

    Mr. McGarry, Labor member for the Murrumbidgee, speaking in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, said that the Conversion ...

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  21. "WE HOPE TO SEE IT SOON."

    Messrs, Hensch and Ashmore, Ulladulla write:—"We are very pleased with the two issues weekly, as they keep us better in touch with the ...

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  22. THE COBAR SEAT.

    The N.S.W. Acting-Premier (Mr. Holman) states that, though the Chief Secretary (Mr. Donald Macdonell) maintains strength in a remarkable ...

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