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  2. BUSH WEEK.

    It was in some ways fortunate that the Bush Week Carnival--an exhibition designed to bring home to city people the advantages of getting away from the Jangle and crash of town ...

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  3. PACIFIC STEAMERS.

    Sir jambs Burns, chairman of directors of Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., yesterday referred to the announcement. that the Institute of Marine Engineers had offered to ...

    Article : 794 words
  4. GREAT NAVIES.

    MELBOURNE,'Monday.--The Minister for the Navy, who was one of the speakers at the Lord "Mayor's luncheon to-day, said he had read in the newspapers only that morning that ...

    Article : 358 words
  5. NEWNES TROUBLE.

    LITHGOW, Monday.--Mr. John Fell, manager and principal shareholder in the Newnes enterprise, stated this morning that £28,000 had been lost by the workmen in wages since the union ...

    Article : 358 words
  6. A SNUB TO SYDNEY.

    On February 3, Mr. Holman, despatched the following telegram to the Prime Minister My colleagues and I strongly urge, on behalf of the citizens of New South Wales. ...

    Article : 331 words
  7. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 172 words
  8. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,959 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 240 words
  10. DAY BY DAY.

    A much larger proportion of returned soldiers than had been expected wishes to settle on the land. According to the latest figures, whereas between 5000 and ...

    Article : 933 words
  11. GENERAL MONASH'S CRITICISM.

    The "Manchester Guardian," in a leading article on Sir John Monash's book, pays a warm tribute to the Australian commander's resource and brilliant leadership. ...

    Article : 184 words
  12. WHEAT SHORTAGE.

    The Premier in reply to Mr. John Storey, loader of the State Parliamentary Labor Party, last night made the following statement:-- "I notice that Mr. Storey complains that we ...

    Article : 833 words
  13. SOLDIER SETTLERS.

    Mr. Ashford, Minister for Lands, referring last night to the report of the Gulgong correspondent of "The Daily Telegraph." concerning the complaint of Mr.. R. Gallaher, soldlier ...

    Article : 312 words
  14. ARMAMENTS AND THE LEAGUE.

    In the debates and discussions which, have taken place in America since the return of President Wilson from the Peace Conference three alternatives to the ...

    Article : 967 words
  15. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Justice Gordon, who has been on a holiday to Melbourne, returned to Sydney yesterday. Mr. H. S. Bailey is among the members of the ...

    Article : 523 words
  16. CITY COUNCIL COAL MINE.

    The Electric Lighting Committee of the City Council yesterday afternoon, further considered the advisableness of the acquisition of a coal mine. ...

    Article : 525 words
  17. THROUGH THE DANGER ZONE.

    Messrs. J. Fenwick and Co.'s tug Heroic, which was requisitioned during the war by the Admiralty for service in the Atlantic and off the British coast, returned to Sydney last ...

    Article : 215 words
  18. DAVIS CUP.

    Mr. T. H. Hicks, hon, secretary of the Australasian Lawn Tennis Association, yesterday received the following cable from Mr. P. B. Williams, field secretary of the United states ...

    Article : 80 words
  19. STATE MINISTERS.

    Sir George Fuller, Chief Secretary, was sworn in yesterday as Vice-President of the Executive Council. Mr. Ashford. Minister for Lands and Forests, ...

    Article : 66 words
  20. MR. GRAHAME.

    NEWCASTLE, Monday.--A meeting of the Newcastle, branch of the Nationalist Association was held to-night, under the presidency' of Mr. H. M. Cohen, to arrange for the selection ...

    Article : 268 words
  21. SOLDIERS' BRIDES.

    The troopship Themistocles, after an uneventful voyage, reached Sydney early Yesterday morning, bringing soldiers and brides. They were given an enthusiastic welcome on arrival ...

    Article : 235 words
  22. A.W.U. AND O.B.U.

    The A.W.U. Conference resumed Yesterday. The secretary stated that delegates from the O.B.U. and A.W.U. had met. A Verbal report of these proceedings was submitted to the ...

    Article : 216 words
  23. NAVIGATION ACT.

    The P. and O. and the Orient Mail Companies, under the provisions of the Commonwealth Navigation Act, will not be permitted to carry passengers between Commonwealth, ports on ...

    Article : 147 words
  24. SMALL-ARMS FACTORY.

    LITHGOW, Monday.--Nothing further has been received from the Defence-Department in regard to operations at the Small Arms Factory. whether the manufacture of other articles ...

    Article : 97 words
  25. LAWN TENNIS.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Matches were [?] on the Geelong Tennis Club's courts to-day between Kingscote, Lowe, and Beamish (British Isles). and Patterson. O'Hara Wood and Hawkes. ...

    Article : 128 words
  26. TASMANIA'S WAR RECORD.

    HOBART, Monday.--The Premier stated on Saturday that the Government had entrusted the works of the preparation of Tasmania's war record to a representative committee, who In ...

    Article : 70 words
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