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  4. To Smash Opium Ring

    "Smash the Opium Ring in Sydney." The slogan is that of the Police Department, the Customs officials, and the medical fraternity, which now have ...

    Article : 608 words
  5. Malicious Attempts to Discredit May Ruin N.S.W. Financial Status

    The malicious attacks levelled at the present Government of New South Wales jeopardizes the credit of this State with financial powers in London. The vicious abuse hurled at the Government through the past few weeks— coupled with seemingly deliberate manhandling of facts and truth—may provoke ...

    Article : 639 words
  6. Economy Cripples Phones

    The telephone service of Sydney is one of the tragedies of the city, due to the fact that the G.P.O. service is under staffed and, in many instances, ...

    Article : 760 words
  7. OPEN-AIR LOVERS SOLVE LIVING PROBLEM

    Down at Collaroy, where the Blue Pacific forever thunders out its Summer glory, can be found the housekeepers' Arcady. ...

    Article : 165 words
  8. ITALY'S QUEEN WILLS £1,840,000 PEARL COLLECTION TO SON

    The late Queen-Mother Marcherita left to her son, King Victor Emanuel III., her famous £1,840,000 collection of pearls, ...

    Article : 156 words
  9. "LOST BOY" IS DISCOVERED AS MERMAID

    The adventures of John Smith, a boy of 12, at the Glen Innes show, read like a chapter from a fairy story. Jack left his home to go to the show, ...

    Article : 270 words
  10. TOOK ANOTHER'S WIFE:KILLING RESULTS

    James Dugan, a prosperous hotel-keeper was charged at the police court yesterday with having murdered Charles Caleb Byles, at Willunga, 20 miles from ...

    Article : 219 words
  11. Records Show Big Divorce Increase

    The Divorce Court records of Sydney show:— More husbands petition for divorce than do wives. ...

    Article : 248 words
  12. Blame Council For Plague of Mosquitoes

    The existence of millions of mosquitoes which have made life miserable for residents of Sydney this Summer is declared to be due to negligence on the ...

    Article : 168 words
  13. Motorists Victims of Petty-minded Politicians

    The failure of a succession of niggardly Governments to spend about £20,000 on the repair of roads, forces deplorable conditions upon motorists of Sydney. If the roads leading to the Five Bridge were repaired, the auto drivers could take that road, use the bridges. But the Governments have failed to make the repairs. The roads leading leading to the bridges are almost impassable. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 152 words
  14. FERRY CLOCKS WRONG: PASSENGERS SUFFER INCONVENIENCE

    Passengers complain that the ferry clocks do not synchronize with those on the Post Office and railways. As a result, they have suffered great annoyance ...

    Article : 171 words
  15. BLAMES ACCIDENTS TO LAXITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

    To decrease traffic accidents, fewer regulations and more strict enforcements are the crying needs, in the opinion of Mr. A. C. Jennings, sales manager of ...

    Article : 225 words
  16. T. B. Death Rate Decreases in Sydney

    A special statement issued by the Board of Health shows that the death-rate of consumption in New South Wales last year was far below what is has ...

    Article : 172 words
  17. 15 RUSSIANS JUST LEARN WAR IS OVER

    Sequestered on a tiny island in Bering Straits for 10 years, 15 Russians learned with amazement of the overthrow of the Czar, the outcome of the war, the ...

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  18. PREMIER ASKS CRITICS FOR BASIS OF CHARGES

    "I see that Mr. Bavin has returned from his holiday trip to Glen Innes ready for a further bout of misrepresentation and abuse," said Mr. Lung ...

    Article : 501 words
  19. None to Die of Disease

    The "New Health Society" intends to revolutionize the standard of physical fitness in Britain. "There is not the slightest necessity for people to die from disease." says Sir Arbuthnot Lane, England's most distinguished surgeon, and a ...

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  20. "Times" Racing Innovation

    The "Sunday Times" to-day presents to its readers a chart covering the races at Moorefield yesterday. In doing so, the "Sunday Times" feels that it is supplying to the Australian racing public a long-felt want —and need—in the matter of a comprehensive and detailed review of the ...

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