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  2. Advertising

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  3. PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN.

    In preparation for the taking of the referendum on the prohibition of the liquor traffic as provided for by the Act now on the Statute Books of ...

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  4. BREAD PRICES.

    It was stated last night that as the result of arrangements which were made by Mr. Dunn with the Australian Wheat Board for supplies of ...

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  6. Local Mis-Government Conference.

    Returning from attending the Local Government Conference in Sydney, the Mayor (Ald. Rabbets) had some trenchant criticisms to make on ...

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  8. LOST FOR 11 DAYS.

    A man named William Parker got lost in the bush between Eden and Towamba for eleven days, finally staggered into a timber cutter's camp, ...

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  9. STATE VACANCIES.

    Mr. Ley M.L.A., surprised the House last night by moving as a matter of urgency that a Bill should be passed enabling the vacancies in the ...

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  10. "WILL NOT BE TOLERATED."

    The Premier, Mr. Storey, last night gave notice that he would move that it was the duty of the Federal Parliament to comply with its definite ...

    Article : 54 words
  11. World's Parity Demanded.

    A representative meeting of wheatgrowers held at Parkes unanimously adopted a resolution emphatically protesting against the sale of wheat for ...

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  12. THE WOOL SLUMP.

    The Daily Telegraph states that the slump in wool prices is seriously affecting Bradford. It is hinted that some firms are in difficulties. There ...

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  13. MORE TAXES.

    Cabinet has agreed to taxation proposals which will increase [?] recllenue by £2,722,000 a year. The additional taxation decided on ...

    Article : 143 words
  14. MEAT PRICES.

    The Victorian Fair Prices Commission, in a report submitted to Cabinet, considers that it is unnecessary to establish control of meat prices, as ...

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  15. SYDNEY WOOL SALES.

    At the Sydney wool sales on Tuesday Australian manufacturers were the mainstay of the market. There was fair competition some Continent ...

    Article : 73 words
  16. MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.

    All the nine alderman attended the meeting of the Municipal Council on Tuesday night. Ald. Rabbets (Mayor), R. Macadam, S. Rennie, F. ...

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  19. COUNTRY PRESS PARS. SNAKE AND JACKASS.

    A farmer at Hay recently dropped across, an interesting curiosity in the shape of a carpet snake and a laughing jackass locked together in a ...

    Article : 158 words
  20. GAME A "THUD."

    Mr. G. Bunt, J.P., superintendent of the Mutual Life and Citizens Assurance Co., Ltd., wrote thus to the Municipal Council at its meeting on ...

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  21. AN ANGRY BRIDE.

    At a District wedding ceremony quite recently the bride exhibited considerable annoyance when the customary rice was showered on her and ...

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  22. DIGGERS' PREFERENCE.

    A deputation from the Returned Soldiers and Sailors' Imperial League on Tuesday asked the Minister for Labor that the Returned Soldiers' ...

    Article : 181 words
  23. DOGOPOLIS.

    Up to the present just on 500 dogs have been registered at the Bathurst court house for the ensuing year. By the number of dogs runuing round the ...

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  24. MARRIAGE BOOM.

    London is experiencing a "marriage and baby boom." Statistics show that the new arrivals during the first quarter of the present year ...

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  25. Boxing at Cootamundra.

    At a boxing tournament at Cootamundra Tommy O'Neill (Cootamundra) and J. Bryon (Adelaide) fought a draw. ...

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  26. STRIKE OFF

    AUCKLAND, Wednesday.—The waterside workers at Wellington (N.Z.) resumed work as the result of a compromise which has been ...

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