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  2. NATURAL PRODUCTS.

    Yesterday the members of the Country Promotion League had a busy time completing the shop window displays which, during thid week, will demonstrate to city people ...

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  3. NEW TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

    A ceremony was hold at the old Darlinghurst Gaol yesterday to mark its conversion into a Technical College for the Eastern Suburbs. Mr. James Nangle, Superintendent of ...

    Article : 754 words
  4. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2,667 words
  5. THE COALITION.

    Sir George Fuller, leader of the NationalProgressive Coalition, delivered his policy speech at Wollongong last night. "In the forefront of my policy," Sir George ...

    Article : 757 words
  6. WAR ON RATS.

    Complaints were made at a representative meeting of residents in the Block No. 1 area, hold in the School of Arts yesterday, regarding the general apathy and indifference of ...

    Article : 552 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 228 words
  8. GOVERNMENT SHIPS.

    According to the "Financial Times," the French State-owned shipping has passed into private ownership after making losses estimated by one authority at something like ...

    Article : 383 words
  9. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The keynote of Sir George Fuller's policy speech last night was the imperative need for checking the State's drift into bankruptcy. "Some expansion of ...

    Article : 908 words
  10. THE ORCHESTRA.

    The State Orchestra, which will present a joyous programme under Mr. Joseph Bradley's baton at the Conservatorium to-night, returned to Sydney by the Maheno early ...

    Article : 421 words
  11. UNIFORM RAILWAY GAUGE.

    Few people are likely to be led by the belated memorandum prepared by the Victorian Railways Standing Committee on the unification of the railway gauges in ...

    Article : 976 words
  12. LIQUOR REFORM.

    The hon secretary of the Citizens' Rights and Liquer Reform Association (Mr. P. H. Coates) has made available a copy of a letter which the association has addressed to ...

    Article : 176 words
  13. UNIFORM GAUGE.

    "Mr. Hughes is fighting a good rearguard action." was the comment of a State Minister when discussing to-day the reply of the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to the ...

    Article : 303 words
  14. PERSONAL.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) left Melbourne yesterday afternoon for Sydney in order to attend the Economic Conference, which will commence on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 170 words
  15. WAGES QUESTION IN W. A.

    A largely-attended meeting of the mining branch of the A. W. U. was held at Boulder. The delegates to the conference with the Chamber of Mines on the wages question ...

    Article : 74 words
  16. P.F. A. SITE.

    The Lord Mayor (Aid. W. P. M'Elhone) has convened a public meeting of citizens, to be held in the vestib[?]le of the Town Hall on next Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the ...

    Article : 85 words
  17. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    In responding to the toast of the Federal Parliament at the annual picnic of the National Federation on Saturday the Prime Minister said: "It is easy to sneer at ...

    Article : 246 words
  18. TASMANIA'S APPLE SHIPMENTS.

    The steamer Armagh left Hobart yesterday for London with 80,000 cases of apples. She is the third fruit steamer despatched, this season, and the total shipped to date is 158,000 ...

    Article : 51 words
  19. ALLEGED DANGEROUS TRAMS.

    The Tramway Employees' Union alleges that certain trams plying between the Central Railway Station and Circular Quay are dangerous to the public and the conductors. ...

    Article : 118 words
  20. WHEAT "CORNER."

    Representatives of wheat shipping firms in Syney expressed surprise at the statements contained in a London cablegram published yesterday with reference to the London wheat ...

    Article : 336 words
  21. SIR HENRY PARKES' SHOP.

    Sir,—I notice that a discussion is being carrid on through the columns of your paper as to whether the tablet recently crectedin Hunter-street is accurately worded. ...

    Article : 446 words
  22. WAR PHOTOGRAPHS.

    Mr. E. A. Hodda, manager on behalf of the Commonwealth Government for Australian War Museum jenterprises in aid of war memorials, arrived from Melbourne yesterday to ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. COLLIERY DISPUTES.

    The chairman of the Coal Tribunal (Mr. Hibble) yesterday directed that the employees at the Coaleliff, Mount Keira, and North Bull collierics on the South Coast should ...

    Article : 121 words
  24. THE TARIFF BOARD.

    Although the anti-dumping legislation received the Governor-Goueral's assent two months ago, the necessary appointments have not yet been made, and without which the Act ...

    Article : 239 words
  25. NEW STATE MOVEMENT.

    A largely-attended meeting of delegates in connection with the New State movement was held here. Delegates were present from all parts of the district, including the Clarence and ...

    Article : 194 words
  26. ELIZABETH FARM.

    Sir,—The writer of "A Pious Pilgrimage," which appears in to-day's "Herald," makes a rather amusing mistake when he tries to remove the "White walls of Elizabeth Farm" ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. INFLUENZA AMONG IMMIGRANTS

    The steamer Athenic, which arrived from Southampton, brought 300 immigrants. Owing to an outbreak of influenza on board, chiefly among the third-class passengers, berthing ...

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