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  2. FROM THE GALLERY.

    Aerated water on a cold morning would be intoxicating compared with this censure debute, which still drags our emaciated souls down through a vast abyss of boredom. Have ...

    Article : 917 words
  3. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 3,890 words
  4. LAUNCELOT HARRISON

    Since 1919 the University of Sydney has lost by death no less than eight of its professors; Professor Sir Thomas P. Anderson Stuart, great as a teacher no less than as an ...

    Article : 1,302 words
  5. PERSONAL.

    Sir Mungo and Lady MacCallum will return to Sydney on Monday. They have spent the last two months in Tasmania recuperating after a particularly strenuous year in ...

    Article : 238 words
  6. TENNIS AND THE DAVIS CUP.

    With the completion of the Australian championships and the two France-Australian engagements, it is possible, and of the very greatest interest, to foreshadow ...

    Article : 1,130 words
  7. PREVENTING FLOODS.

    The development of the hydro-electric possibilities of the River Clarence as an insurance against the danger of flooding was suggested by the Treasurer (Dr. Page) to-day. ...

    Article : 263 words
  8. SOLDIERS' DAY.

    The dependents of many ex-service men will benefit as a result of the well-organised appeal in Sydney yesterday to the generosity of citizens. More than 400 voluntary helpers ...

    Article : 144 words
  9. OXFORD.

    The report of the University of Oxford for 1926-27 contains much of interest to the general public no less than to those in academic circles. The most notable event of the year ...

    Article : 418 words
  10. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The banning by the British Board of Censors of the picture play "Dawn," the central episode in which is the execution of Nurse Cavell, raises some nice ...

    Article : 1,000 words
  11. FEDERAL ELECTORATES.

    It has been learned that the Federal [?] try's reason for deciding not to take any action towards a redistribution of Victorian Federal electorates in time for the next ...

    Article : 205 words
  12. STOP PRESS.

    No news has been received here of Hinkler since he passed over Katherine at 9 o'clock this morning. There are open spaces everywhere for a ...

    Article : 82 words
  13. BROADCASTING CONTROL.

    According to information received by the Postmaster-General (Mr. Gibson) action is being taken in four States to give effect to his direction that co-ordination should be ...

    Article : 84 words
  14. THE FILM "DAWN."

    A French journalist who is visiting Brussels says:—The popular sentiment is that all Belgians would file before the film "Dawn," considering it a duty they ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,109 words
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