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  2. LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

    The frequency with which Sydney's streets are torn up for the laying of cables and pip[?]s is a standing jest. Someone has said "when they take Sydney off the operating table and ...

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  5. THE CRIMSON FIELD.

    "It's a far cry fro' here to Percival Hall," said Nattering Bess "Art not feared to go unguarded, mistress?" "What, through a country of women and old ...

    Article : 1,626 words
  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    Various Consuls of the Allies, military o[?] the Commonwealth, and the press, were invited J. C. Williamson, Ltd., to a private view [?] Theatre Royal yesterday of a new film-seri[?], entit[?] ...

    Article : 546 words
  7. UNSKILLED LABOUR.

    The president of the Arbitration Court stated at Dunedin that the question of diluting skilled with unskilled labour would become more acute. The Court would have to adopt ...

    Article : 100 words
  8. EMPIRE DAY.

    Sir.—Empire Day has passed, and wo have, by an edict of the present Government, been deprived of all inspiring Empire speeches that we are usually favoured with and which ...

    Article : 347 words
  9. HIGHLAND EMPIRE CONCERT.

    There was a great attendance at the C[?] on Tuesday on the occasion of the Empire [?] given by the Highland Society's Bur[?] Cl[?] hall was gaily decorated with British [?]g[?], in [?] ...

    Article : 164 words
  10. SPORT AS USUAL.

    Sir,—I desire to strongly criticise the attitude of the various "sporting" bodies of the Commonwealth on their "sport as usual" motto. Does it not seem exceedingly out of ...

    Article : 350 words
  11. WIRTH'S MILITARY MATINEE.

    The Hippodrome presented a gay sp[?]cle [?] aft[?]rnoon, when six or seven hundred o[?] [?]n of the Returned Soldiers' Association atten[?] circus at the co[?]al invitation of Messrs. [?] ...

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  12. ARTICLED CLERKS.

    The following candidates have been succ[?] i[?] in sections of the final law examination, a[?] hereunder:—Section 1:—E. A. Beeby, J. N. [?] Hungerford, E. A. Hunt, H. Morgan. Section [?] ...

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