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  4. Premier Says His Relief Tax Promise Will Be Carried Out In Terms Made

    "The promise will be carried out in the terms in which the promise was made," said the Premier (Mr) W. Forgan Smith) in Parliament to-day, when asked by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. E. B. Maher), during debate on the ...

    Article : 265 words

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  6. Purses For Women's College

    Queen Mary receiving purses collected towards the cost of the new buildings from the tiny Joanna and Alison Cook after Her Majesty had opened the residential block (the first completed portion of a £100,000 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  7. Magnificent Fielding Reduced England's Scoring To Minimum

    Full marks to Australia for sticking it out; and to our young hero, Hutton, as well. Coming out after tea, Brown and White did an unofficial sprint race-- one of the many signs of buoyancy in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 705 words
  8. 36,648 STATE EMPLOYEES AT JUNE 30, 1938

    A return presented to Parliament today by the Premier (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) showed that there were 38,648 Government employees in all departments ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. N.Z. Mail At 1½d. Far Exceeds Sydney at 5d.

    The flying boat Centurion left Rose Bay to-day with nearly ten times more New Zealand mail for Empire ...

    Article : 67 words

    Impaled on the shaft of a cart, Miss Dorothy Jean Leiper, 30, of Turner Street, Kedron, was killed in a shocking accident at Lutwyche Road, Windsor, this morning. ...

    Article : 225 words
  11. Coal Mine Interests Called To Conference

    A surprise move was made by Mr. Justice Cantor today when he summoned representatives of the coal mining industry to a conference in chambers. No indication of the nature of the conference has been given, but it is ...

    Article : 128 words
  12. In the Cables

    chairman questioned whether the French control was effective against help reaching the Palestine Terrorists from Syria. ...

    Article : 47 words
  13. Another Wool Substitute Announced

    The Tokio Rayon Company has announced that it has evolved a new artificial woollen yarn called "Ranayon" from the same base as ...

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    Political fires have again flared up as a result of the resignation of M. Louis Frossard (Minister of Public Works) and M. Paul Ramadier (Minister of Labour) following a broadcast speech by the Prime Minister ...

    Article : 542 words
  15. Australia's System of Education Superior to N.Z.'s, Says Headmaster

    Mr. J. R. Sutcliffe, a former headmaster of Scott's College, Wellington, considers that the Australian system of education is superior to New Zealand's. ...

    Article : 78 words
  16. Ninth Income Tax Breach: Fined £40

    Prosecuted for the ninth time for a breach of the Income Tax Acts, Henry Samuel Britcher, butcher and grazier, ...

    Article : 169 words

    The damage caused to the Mackay Harbour works by the cyclone which swept the north coast early this year cost the Harbour Board £7,700 ...

    Article : 58 words

    The Agent- General for Queensland (Mr. L. H. Pike), the Premier (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) and the Minister for Lands (Mr. P. Pease) at the Parliamentary luncheon given at Parliament House by the Government in honour of Mr. Pike. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. Unsettled Weather Then Westerlies?

    Il is expected that unsettled weather from the west will extend through south- eastern Queensland again during the next day or so. This should affect the metropolitan area and be followed possibly by westerlies. As yet no rain has been reported from the south- west, but there is now ...

    Article : 211 words

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