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  2. Advertising

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  3. MAINLAND NOTES (From Our Special Correspondents) MELBOURNE

    "THE latest seasonal fruit report issued by the Department of Agriculture shows that the apple crop in the Harcourt and Bendigo district, where, the ...

    Article : 667 words
  4. NEWS IN BRIEF

    Forecast issued at 9 p.m. yesterday for the 48 hours ensuing:— Cool and unsettled with some rain, particularly in the south and east ...

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  5. LETTERS

    Sir—I observe with considerable interest the notification in "The Mercury" of the proposed, visit of Sir George Pearce in connection with the inspection ...

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  6. DAY BY DAY

    THE inquiry into film affairs in Australia is bringing to light many points of interest. One of the proposals offered is to introduce the ...

    Article : 1,310 words
  7. SYDNEY

    SYDNEY seems to be just about in the centre of a cyclone, for the weather has been abnormally violent. Along the coastline northward more ...

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  8. PERSONAL VICE-REGAL.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Clark entertained at a dinner party at Government House last night. The house party included His ...

    Article : 170 words
  9. "ON THE AIR NEXT WEEK"

    THE wireless programmes for the coming week contain many interesting items that should meet all tastes. The Hobart Studio 7ZL has a ...

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  10. COLONIAL SECRETARY.

    A telegram has been received at the Colonial Office from the Governor of Kenya (Sir Joseph Byrne), which states that Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Colonial ...

    Article : 71 words
  11. TASMANIAN FISH

    Major A. W. Hutchin, M.H.R., is in receipt of a telegram from the Minister for Trade and Customs (Lieut.-Colonel White) reading:—"In reply to your ...

    Article : 144 words
  12. ITALIAN CONSUL-GENERAL.

    The Royal Italian Consul-General for Australasia (Marquis A. Ferrante de Ruffano) and the Marchesa Ferrante were welcomed yesterday at Hadley's ...

    Article : 136 words
  13. The Mercury

    SUMMERTIME thaws into activity the gipsy-blood in all of us. What with camping and hiking and holiday-making of every kind, we ...

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  14. PRIME MINISTER

    The Federal Cabinet rose early this afternoon, after having been in session since Tuesday. The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), the Minister for Defence ...

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  15. MR. S. F. MUSSARED.

    Mr. S. F. Mussared, manager of the Strand Theatre, will leave by the Zealandia to-day on a brief business visit to the mainland. During his visit Mr. ...

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  16. W.A. TEMPERANCE WORKER.

    Miss Ada Bromham, of West Australia, national secretary of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, is visiting Tasmania next month, representing the ...

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  17. PROFESSOR AND MRS. COPLAND.

    Professor Copland, of Melbourne University, and Mrs. Copland will embark on the Orsova for Australia. ...

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  18. SIR RICHARD STAWELL.

    Sir Richard Stawell, M.D., Melbourne has been recommended for the president of the Biitish Medical Association. ...

    Article : 93 words
  19. PROFESSOR HABER.

    Professor Haber, inventor of the method of extracting synthetic nitrogen from the air, died to-day. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1919. ...

    Article : 77 words
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