THE MOUNTAIN RAILWAY AT THE WHITE CITY PROVIDES AN EXCITING RIDE OF SEVEN-EIGHTHS OF A MILE OVER MOUNTAIN CRAGS, WHICH ARE ILLUMINATED WITH THOUSANDS OF ELECTRIC LIGHTS. THE RAILWAY CAN CARRY 2700 PEOPLE PER. HOUR. THE JAPANESE VILLAGE AT THE WHITE CITY. FIFTEEN JAPANESE FAMILIES -- MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN -- HAVE BEEN IMPORTED, AND MAY BE SEEN AT THE WHITE CITY ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 85 words
A demand has been raised in England for a more up-to-date text-book of English grammar by some cranks who complain that the children of the people arc not being taught ...Article : 1,964 words
THE Second Annual General Meeting of THE CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE CO., LTD., held at the Registered Office, 16 Hunter-street Sydney on Wednesday, the 26th inst. ...Article : 3,917 words
Chronic enlargement of the tonsils and overgrowth of the adenoid tissue in the vault of the pharynx, or root of the back of the throat, sometimes known as the middle or pharyngene ...Article : 725 words
It has come down from time immemorial as a fixed principle in the treatment of babies -- Eve did it to Cain and Abel -- that they should be rocked, either on the knee or in a cradle. ...Article : 887 words
Mr. Carmichael, Minister for Education, has just made available for publication a report of the Director of Education upon the reorganisation of technical education. "The question of ...Article : 974 words
MELBOURNE, Friday. -- The Minister for External Affairs read with surprise the announcement by the Victorian Premier that a breach had occurred between Victoria and South ...Article : 187 words
MELBOURNE, Friday. -- The Governor-General has received a despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, asking him to express to his Ministers and to the Mayors of the city ...Article : 101 words
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The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Sat 29 Nov 1913, Page 15
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