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  2. The Queenslander

    Mr. HOGAN, the new Premier of Victoria, says that Australia, unlike South Africa, "has not got any black and white problems to deal with." This is ...

    Article : 50 words

    THE Bulimba ward of the Brisbane Municipality has a total annual revenue of £20,000, and the City Council spends £15.000 of it in maintaining a free ...

    Article : 41 words
  4. The "Queenslander."

    Whalins is Considered by "the man in the street" as an occupation of the past, the common supposition being that the ...

    Article : 194 words
  5. A Jolly Good One, Too!

    AT the invitation of the Home Secretary (Mr. J. Stopford), the Mayor (Aldermen W.A. Jolly) on Wednesday paid a visit to the penal settlements at ...

    Article : 57 words
  6. Sandy Changes Base.

    SANDY went to Applethorpe Just a year ago— Truly-rural Applethorpe, Where the apples grow : ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 191 words
  7. A Mellencholy Business.

    For a long time past there has been quietly swirling round the Treasury premises at Washington, U.S.A., a controveny on the War Debt payments being ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 329 words
  8. In the Days of Solomon.

    BENHODAD: "What is the Chamberlain surging about with the Royal Barter?" Jomelad: "The Barber's bill for last Benhodad: "Seven abimelechs! What? All that money for hair-cutting? It's outrageous!" Jomelad: "Not at all. Five hundred ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 184 words
  9. "Three Weeks" (Scullin Cross).

    J.H. SCULLIN, the new Acting-subdeputy-assistant-Leader of the Federal Caucus Party, which stall drearily dubs itself "Laibour." has been emptying the ...

    Article : 270 words
  10. Everybody Wrong but David!

    ENGLISH papers recently to hand show that the Welsh Wizard-that-Was is quite satisfied that he is right as right can be. "Mr. Lloyd George was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 300 words
  11. £250 Bluff—£50 Bunkum.

    SOLOMON might have eat at the feet of Piddington, but nobody would ever imagine that the Sydney "Industrial Commisisoner" sat at the feet of ...

    Article : 107 words
  12. The Curse of Canberra.

    DISQUIETING news comes from Sydney; a "Trades Hall" is to be built at Canberra. But the Wharfloafers ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 118 words
  13. A Bounty on Brains?

    MOUNT MORGAN wants a bounty on its copper production. Nobody anggests, we notice, that a bounty should be given to newspaper men on their articles. ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. One-half of One Per cent.

    COLONEL CRESSWELL, leader of the South African Half-Labour, HalfCapital Party, says that General Hertzog "has no intention of seceding from the ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. Baseballer v. Golfer.

    WHAT next? At Los Angeles, Cal., recently a baseball player met a golfer and played a match of 13 holes on the Lot Angeles links against a golfer, the game ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 104 words
  16. United Cargo-Pinchers.

    GOOD Heavens! The Secretary of the Overseas Chipping Representatives says (inter alia) that "it is within the power of the Magistrates, OR of the ...

    Article : 85 words
  17. "Airy Persiflage."

    "AIRING a grievance" is a common enough expression. Now the expressive American talks of "airing" a performance when it is "broadcasted"—or ...

    Article : 111 words
  18. And Nobody was Hurt!

    FROM the account of a Chinese Battle of Jutland:—"The shooting is described as frightfully bad on both sides. shipping was held up during ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. An Easy Guess.

    IF the late Sir Walter Scott were writing his "Marmion" to-day, seeing the increasing—or should it be decreasing—brevity of the skirt of the moment, he ...

    Article : 49 words

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