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  2. VIEWS AND COMMENTS STATES REVIVAL

    Sir—We are preparing to celebrate the time when an angel said. "I bring you tidings of great joy—peace on earth and goodwill toward all man." That ...

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  3. DEATHS FROM CYANIDE GAS

    The need for regulations governing the fumigation of premises was mentioned by the city coroner (Mr. Tingate, P.M.) at the morgue today, when he ...

    Article : 221 words
  4. SHOWN IN FIGURES

    In a statement dealing with various phases of the State's progress, issued yesterday by the Government Statist Mr. A. W. Bowden), strong evidence is ...

    Article : 570 words
  5. "TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING"

    Sir—Your article with the above heading reminds us of what is taking place in human nature among the nations of the world today. There is a lot of talk ...

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    JEAN ARTHUR and Ray Milland in o scene from "Easy Living," which will begin at the Rex Theatre tomorrow. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. DEMONSTRATION BY ANTI-FASCISTS

    A demonstration in Bligh street, near the Italian Consulate, on December was described in the Traffic Court today, when Charles Francis Shaunessy, ...

    Article : 251 words
  8. CONFIDENCE TRICK ALLEGED

    'This defendant is an International confidence trickster who borrowed £5 from an overseas visitor after a brief acquaintance six months ago, and this ...

    Article : 602 words
  9. FUNCTION OF MONEY

    Sir—It is obvious that Mr. C. H. Allen, fails to perceive that actually the distribution, or division, of wealth precedes the use of money; then, money ...

    Article : 285 words
  10. ROAD ACCIDENTS

    Sir—Relatively to Dr. T. G. Wilson's statements, at least three members of the Hindmarsh Council are able to say, 'I told you so." At a conference with the ...

    Article : 209 words
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    HISS PATRICIA MINCHIN, with Oswald, at the Lower North Adelaide Koala Farm. The Koala Farm is never very "crowded, and it is expected that parents will take advantage of this healthy open air occupation for their children during the school holidays. Special watering equipment has been installed to prevent dust from rising. The grounds now consist of sweeping emerald green lawns, surrounded with shady trees and water lily ponds. The seals have been moved to the Glenelg Aquarium for the summer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS

    The following are the names of candidates who have completed the final course of the Institute, and are now eligible for membership:— ...

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  13. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT – SOUTH AUSTRALIA TECHNICAL SCHOOLS

    The following is the final list of the examination results of the country technical schools of the Education Department. In these lists . the various schools are indicated by the following letters: P. Port Pirie; G. Gawler: W. Wallaroo; M. Moonta; Mn Mannum: Wh. Whyalla- IK. Iron Knob: PA. Port Augusta: MG. Mount Gambier; Kp. Kapunda: Kd. Kadina: ...

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  14. FIVE-YEAR PARLIAMENTS

    Sir—Now that the Bill for 5-year Parliaments has become law, one wonders what will be the attitude of certain members who opposed the measure ...

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  15. ESTATE OF LATE SIR JOSEPH VERCO

    The Executor Trustee and Agency Company of South Australia Limited of Grenfell street, Adelaide, as trustee of the estate of the late Sir Joseph ...

    Article : 464 words
  16. MURDER OF TRANSPORT DRIVER

    Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy, in the Supreme Court judges' conference room today, declined to grant bail at present to Roy McFarlane, 32, baker, ...

    Article : 354 words
  17. DELAY IN TRANSTASMAN SERVICE

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) denied tonight the suggestion of the New Zealand Prime Minister (Mr. Savage) that delay in the establishment of the ...

    Article : 208 words
  18. POINTS FROM LETTERS

    From C. M. Leahy, "Tralee," Caltowie: After the past weeks of anxiety, watching the crops damaged by rain, floods, storms and winds, with, of ...

    Article : 612 words
  19. Fined £5 For Cruelty To Horse

    For having been cruel to a horse. Frederick John Hutchins, of James street, Southwark, was fined £5, with 30/ costs, by Messrs. C. E. Harvey and ...

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  20. Woman Aged 105 Has 216 Descendents

    Mrs. Isabel Munro, who is believed to be the oldest woman in Victoria, will celebrate her 105th birthday or. Sunday. She has 216 descendants to the ...

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  21. WOMAN'S THROAT CUT WITH RAZOR

    William james Sharkey, 56. labourer, of Medway street. Box Hill, was committed for trial today on a charge of having, on November 2, attempted to ...

    Article : 285 words
  22. INAUGURAL PACIFIC SERVICE FLIGHT

    The Pan-American Airways Sikorsky Clipper will leave Honolulu at 4 am. tomorrow for its final inspection flight on the regular Pacific route to ...

    Article : 117 words
  23. CARADALE-KAKARIKI COLLISION

    Evidence that the captain of then steamship Caradale was sober on the night of the collision between the Caradale and the steamship Kakariki. was; ...

    Article : 391 words
  24. Two Youths Seriously Injured ln Collision

    Victor Hatch and Ralph Watson, two Waikerie youths, were seriously injured when the motor cycle they were riding came into a head-on collision with a ...

    Article : 104 words
  25. Future Finance

    Now is the time to plan your money matters for the coming year. Nowhere can such high interest, security and peace of mind be obtained as by ...

    Article : 133 words
  26. British Design For New St, Andrew's Cathedral

    The successful competitive design for the extension of St. Andrew's Cathedral was submitted by Mr. Roger Arthur Philip Pinckney. Fellow of the' ...

    Article : 84 words
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