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  2. RAILWAYS.

    The railway time-table for the winter months will be brought into operation as from to-morrow. In addition to the usual curtailment of services to and from the various ...

    Article : 288 words
  3. ADVICE TO VOTERS.

    Matters of general interest to the electors concerning to-day's general elections were explained yesterday by the Chief Electoral Officer (Mr. Harkness). ...

    Article : 859 words
  4. STATE'S FUTURE.

    A stirring appeal to the whole of the electors of the State to return the Government to power was made by the Attorney-General (Mr. Bavin) last night. ...

    Article : 746 words
  5. VOTES POLLED.

    At the elections in 1922, there were 1,251,023 electors enrolled and qualified to vote in this State. The actual number of valid votes recorded was 843,693, or 67.44 per cent. of the ...

    Article : 830 words
  6. IMMIGRANTS BY RE D'ITALIA.

    The Re d'Italia arrived from Europe yesterday. In all, 66 immigrants landed at Sydney, and about 200 will disembark at Brisbane. ...

    Article : 25 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 6,927 words
  8. MR. OVERHILL ON LOYALTY.

    Speaking at Charing Cross, Mr. Overhill, the Nationalist candidate, declared that 90 per cent. of Australian workers were loyal men and women, whose only desire was that loyalty ...

    Article : 76 words
  9. "WOOL POSITION."

    Sir,—In my opinion the present is an apt moment to issue a warning against the degenerating tendency to rush to the Government for help, when any adverse situation ...

    Article : 828 words
  10. MAJORITY LABOUR.

    Mr. C. G. Liebau, Majority Labour candidate for Botany, speaking at Darlington, stated that the Majority Labour party considered that the present payments to old-age invalid, ...

    Article : 196 words
  11. TRIG. SURVEYS.

    Sir,—In this morning's issue of your values paper Mr. M. L. Brothers desires to know in what respects Dr. Bradfield's theodolite differs from previous types. A complete ...

    Article : 354 words
  12. MR. BRUNTNELL AT BANKSTOWN.

    At a largely attended meeting at Bankstown, the Minister for Education (Mr. Bruntnell), referring to Mr. Lang, described him [?] the Promiser-General, who had been ...

    Article : 240 words
  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In the recent correspondence on the above subject, there seems to be an implication that surveying is merely an item in engineering. The engineer-in-chief for our ...

    Article : 427 words
  14. MR. OVERHILL AT BONDI.

    Mr. George Overhill, one of the selected Nationalist candidates for the Eastern Suburbs, speaking at Bondi Junction, condemned the Labour leaders for making promises to ...

    Article : 120 words
  15. MAJOR M. L. F. JARVIE, M.C.

    Major M. L. Jarvie, M.C., who received a [?]ousing reception when he addressed a rally at the Petersham Town Hall, stated he was a Product of the Petersham district. ...

    Article : 143 words
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