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    Sir,—Most young men on the land are keen to get military training, but have absolutely no opportunity whatsoever, excepting those few favoured ones near the large country ...

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  3. THE SIXTH ADVENTURE.

    Algie smoothed out the wet, and crumpled sheet of paper and read it through with difficulty. When he had finished he looked up at Beth quickly. ...

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  4. For Women (Continued). SUMMER SEASON OPENS.

    On the lawn at the Pacific Club, Palm Beach, where an "opening-of-season" cocktail party took place yesterday: (left to right, standing) MR. WALLACE ANDERSON. MISS PHYLLIS TIMMINS (Melbourne), MR. JIM HAYDEN SMITH, MISS BVNTY BROADWAY, MR. CLIVE HALL; (scated) MISS ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 54 words
  5. Advertising

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  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—During 1936 certain military officers toured this State on what was alleged to be a recruiting campaign, and intending trainees in the country were advised that, training ...

    Article : 147 words
  7. MARRIED ON SATURDAY.

    A three-tiered veil imported from Brussels and lent by Mrs. N. Bruderlin, of Wellington N.S.W., who worn it for her own wedding was chosen by Miss Betty Adams, of Neutral ...

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  8. COCKTAIL PARTY.

    Confirming the advent of summer weather, members of the Pacific Club, Palm Beach, held an "opening-ofseason" cocktail party at the clubhouse ...

    Article : 505 words
  9. INCOME TAX METHODS.

    Sir.—Section 87 of the Federal Act and Section 99 of the State Act impose a liability for taxation on the owner of freehold where a lessee has effected improvements to the ...

    Article : 443 words
  10. CUP OF PICNIC TEA.

    MRS. VINCENT JOHN FLYNN pours out a cup of tea for the, ballerina, SONO OSATO, at the picnic at Palm Beach yesterday when Dr. and Mrs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. COUNCILS AND HEALTH INSPECTORS.

    Sir.—Mr. Spooner was recently reported as stating that, "he does not concur that, health inspectors should be removed from the control of councils." Present conditions, ...

    Article : 257 words
  12. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

    The Governor-General, Lord Gowrie, and Lady Gowrie, arrived in Sydney yesterday morning from Orange, and are at Admiralty House. ...

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  13. REGISTRATION OF ALIENS.

    Sir,—The suggestion that all Italians and foreigners should become naturalised after a period of five years would not always alter an alien's outlook. Italians are forbidden to ...

    Article : 242 words
  14. CORNEAL GRAFTING.

    Sir.—In reply to a question in the Assembly, the Minister for Health states that the operation of corneal grafting was "not outstandingly successful" and the result doubtful. ...

    Article : 224 words
  15. PARTY FOR RED GROSS.

    "Sunshine and Moonlight" was the name chosen for a party organised by the Rose and younger set for the Red Cross Society, and held at Schofield House. Point Piper, ...

    Article : 190 words
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