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  2. in Town and Out

    MISS PRESTON STANLEY, the first woman member o£ Parliament in New South Wales, must have worried the Hansard reporters there yesterday when she ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. "CREDO"

    The following statement of Lord Milner's position in politics was found among his papers after his death. It was one of a series of notes which he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Walsh for Communism Not Unionism

    WALSH. Johannsen and their crew talk too much. Depending for the success of their Communist plotting upon appearing to be what they are ...

    Article : 864 words
  7. PEOPLE SAY-

    Sir,--Should it not be accepted as an axiom that teachers (except for foreign languages) should be of the same nationality, or rather race, as those receiving ...

    Article : 246 words
  8. Today's Great Thought

    Liberty exists in proportion to whole some restraint. ...

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  9. THE COST OF TRAVEL

    Sir,--I and my wife went to visit our son at Deepdene last Sunday. We are living at Northcote, about three miles as the crow flies: When we got home again we found ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. A GARDEN KIOSK

    Sir,--If members of tho Melbourne City Council would take a "look in" at the Alexandra and Queen Victoria Gardens on a one Sunday (to say nothing of week days) they ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. THE SHINGLE HAIR

    Sir,--I wish you would hold a plebiscite amongst tho short-haired legion as to whether they are content to get up in the morning and find their hair "done" so that ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. THE HAND AT THE WHEEL

    The Spirit of Communism takes charge. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. TOMATOES IN AUGUST

    Sir,--I saw on exhibition in a shop window three ripe tomatoes grown under glass, at Sorrento. Is this not an Idea for a syndicate or man ...

    Article : 67 words
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  15. BACHELORS' BUTTONS

    Sir,--Could not some of our home girls make it worth renting a lock-up shop--76 to 126 weekly--and take bachelors' mending in--darning, re-footlng hose, recuffing ...

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  16. TOO MUCH BRASS

    Sir,--We quite agree with your correspondent "Radio," who complains of the number of brass bands broadcast from 3LO. Night after night we have to put our phones ...

    Article : 53 words
  17. BROADCASTING PROGRAMMES

    Sir,--Being optimistic at the gradual Improvement of 3LO's programmes. I am sure listeners-in must be getting disgusted at the hideous "music" we are getting every ...

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  18. MY NATURE DIARY

    AUGUST 27.--There are still many parrots on the plains, not rosellas only, but other kinds little known to city dwellers. The red-backed parrot I saw in ...

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