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    The economic results of over-population and the development in Japan are dealt with by our special correspondent in this article. The political outcome, he says, unless there is a resort to ...

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    The Board of Trade yesterday delivered an important decision in which the conditions of apprenticeship in the bricklaying trade were determined. ...

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    The members of the British Delegation on Migration, who are investigating conditions in Australia, left Sydney last night for Griffith, [?]n route for Melbourne and ...

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  7. (Copyright-Australian Press Association.) A VITAL PROBLEM.

    In order that Japan may become an industrial nation, she desires far more raw material than is forthcoming within her own empire. So, with increasing ...

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  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The Baikans continue to maintain their traditional reputation ns a storm centre. The bitter experiences which most of the Balkan States have sustained in the last ...

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    "It seems to me that when we have boys who can show such ability something very drastic needs to be done in the matter of apprenticeship," said Mr. Bruntnell last ...

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    More than 2,080,000 of the new £l notes have been issued for circulation by the Commonwealth Bank, Although, under the new arrangement, by which the issue of notes ...

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  11. MR. DOOLEY.

    Mr. James Dooley, M.L.A., has resumed the leadership of the State Parliamentary Labour party. He is still in possession of the rooms set ...

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  12. GERMANY.

    Severe restrictions on the admittance of foreigners into Germany have been imposed by the German authorities. This statement was made to-day by the Acting Minister for ...

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    Her Excellency Lady Forster, attended by Captain Alan Lawrence, A.D.C., was present at a meeting of Kindergarten Union committees and helpers held yesterday afternoon ...

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  14. GENEVA.

    Replying to Mr. Makin (S.A.) in the House of Representatives to-day, the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) said that it had been decided that Australia should send a delegation to ...

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  15. JUNEE.

    The Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Fraer), who has been on tour over the southern railway system, informed a deputation at Junee yesterday that the complete scheme of ...

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    The Lord Mayor stated last night that, owing to special circumstances, and the absence of aldermen from Sydney, he could not call a meeting of the City Council to deal ...

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    The anniversary of the birthday of His Majesty King Gustaf V. of Sweden falls on Saturday next when His Majesty will have attained the age of 66 years. ...

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    The Ulimaroa was released to-day to berth and land passengers. The sick fireman was landed at Motulbi. The remainder of the crew are remaining aboard under supervision ...

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