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  2. COLONIES FOR GERMANY.

    The number of Englishmen who advocate a serious consideration of the whole colonial question, with an eye to returning some of her former ...

    Article : 492 words
  3. CHINA'S NEW UNITY.

    No one knows what will be the outcome of the war in China, but undoubtedly for the world the most remarkable event in China's new unity, ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 446 words
  5. CONFERENCE AT BRUSSELS.

    Representatives of Powers who signed the Washington Nine-Power Treaty of 1922 met yesterday in Brussels to consider the conflict in China. ...

    Article : 735 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,406 words
  7. RESOURCES FOR DEFENCE.

    Uneasiness prevails among certain manufacturing and engineering interests in New South Wales concerning the Federal Government's plan to ...

    Article : 439 words
  8. KEEPING WELL.

    A Health Week in Australia seems, on the face of it, something of an anomaly. Here we possess most of the conditions which should conduce to ...

    Article : 825 words
  9. NOTICE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 67 words
  10. PREFERENCE TO SOLDIERS.

    Commenting yesterday on the decision of Mr. Justice Owen that the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Employment Act of 1919, while providing that preference in employment ...

    Article : 623 words
  11. COMMUNISM.

    Sir Arthur Rickard, president of the Millions Club, yesterday strongly criticised what he described as "publicity-seeking clergymen, who make the most extreme statements with the ...

    Article : 209 words
  12. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    After threats at several previous general elections, Warringah has asserted that spirit of independence which has always encouraged freelance ...

    Article : 739 words
  13. NOISE OF BATTLE.

    While guns cracked and aerial bombs burst in the battle between the Japanese and Chinese forces at Tientsin, Commissioner W. ("Fighting Mac") Mackenzie, who has been ...

    Article : 169 words
  14. "RED TAPE" IN WATER BOARD.

    Alderman Forsyth complained, at a meeting of the Water Board yesterday, that there seemed to be too much red tape in the relations between the board and other ...

    Article : 256 words
  15. BROADCASTING IN N.Z.

    The Broadcasting Amendment Bill, which separates broadcasting from the national service and confirms the appointment of the Rev. C. G. Scrimgeour as Controller of Commercial ...

    Article : 129 words
  16. MR. R. T. BALL, M.L.A.

    Many tributes to the late Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., veteran member for Corowa and former Minister, who died last week-end, were paid by members of the Legislative Assembly ...

    Article : 251 words
  17. POST OFFICE CHARGES.

    Mr. Collins, M.P., said to-day that, in reply to representations, he had been informed by the Postmaster-General's Department that telegraph, telephone, and postal charges would ...

    Article : 116 words
  18. NEW PROFESSOR.

    Mr. John Enoch Powell, who has been appointed to the chair of Greek at the University of Sydney at the age of 25, in succession to the late Professor W. J. Woodhouse, will ...

    Article : 352 words
  19. AVIATION SCHOLARSHIPS.

    At a ball arranged by the younger set for the Australian Air League, held aboard the Show Boat last night, the winners of six flying scholarships were announced. The ...

    Article : 123 words
  20. VALUABLE BOOKS

    Dr. Sydney Nicholson and his brother, Sir Charles Nicholson, sons of the late Sir Charles Nicholson, who was a generous benefactor of the University, have presented to the ...

    Article : 140 words
  21. PERSONAL.

    Commander Leon Moron, of the French sloop Rigault de Genouilly, which is at present in Sydney, will return to France by the R.M.S. Orion, sailing from Sydney on Saturday. ...

    Article : 100 words
  22. FLYING DOCTOR.

    It is expected that the Flying Doctor, Dr. Fenton, will fly back to Darwin within the next few days in his new De Havilland 83 Fox Moth, which has been fitted with an ...

    Article : 95 words
  23. PREMIER SUFFERING FROM EYE STRAIN.

    The Premier (Mr. Stevens) is suffering from eye strain and he has been advised by his doctor to rest for a few days. Mr. Stevens was not present in Parliament ...

    Article : 53 words
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