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  2. THE KING'S PART

    MUCH has been written of King Edward VII., of his influence upon European diplomacy and national relationships before the war, and of his place among the great rulers of the British peoples. Mr E. F. Benson's recent volume throws fresh light upon the character ...

    Article : 1,604 words
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    Advertising : 284 words
  4. In Town and Out

    PASSENGERS in the Strathaird, which [?]turned today from a pleasure cruse [?] Port Moresby expressed gratitude to Captain E. P. Lyndon, the staff captain of the [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 662 words
  5. A Football Blunder

    THE attendance at the first of the football semi-finals was the smallest for thirteen years. Although the charge for admission was increased, the receipts ...

    Article : 280 words
  6. LIFT OUR EVES TO OUR DANGERS

    MR W. M. HUGHES is calling upon the people to join a "citizens' national defence movement." He expresses thoughts that are in the minds of ...

    Article : 799 words
  7. People Say:--

    SIR,--At Portland we have adopted the plan of registering a proprietary company to run the Centenary celebrations. By these ...

    Article : 273 words
  8. MEMORIAL CARILLON

    Sir,--As an old Victorian long settled in New South Wales, I was deeply interested in an article in The Herald, written by Miss Grace Tyers, on the suggestion of a carillon to mark ...

    Article : 272 words
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    Advertising : 89 words
  10. GUARDS' BAND VISIT

    Sir,--The objection of the Musicians Union to the visit of the Coldstream Guards' Band is absurd. Their visit will be educational and beneficial to our unemployed musicians. I have ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. CURE FOR SEASICKNESS

    Sir,--Professor J. T. Maccurdy has announced that, in order to prevent seasickness, "the main thing is to let yourself go with the ship," etc. I have been teaching this during the past ...

    Article : 94 words
  12. Not So Right For the Night

    Speaking of Roosevelt's National Recovery Act, the leader of the U.S.A. Republican Party (Senator Hatfield) says "This ghastly folly of industrial regulation has precipitated a paradise of a. profiteering." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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