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  2. MAY USE "NATIVE" SLANG

    Slang may insinuate itself within reason into speech. Professorial sanction has the reservation, however, that it must be native—the foreign form, ...

    Article : 449 words
  3. Display Advertising

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    Advertising : 43 words
  4. Journal of a Pioneer's Wife

    MONDAY, November 20.— Exactly four months to-day since we came here to live. It is amazing what one man ...

    Article : 996 words
  5. PERSONAL

    Mr. G. Lawson, M.H.R. returned from Canberra by the Kyogle mail train yesterday afternoon, and will remain in Brisbane for a week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 606 words
  6. A Cry for Work

    SIR,—Archbishop Duhig is right in stating that not alms, but employment is needed. Many like myself are beginning to ask, "Is life really worth ...

    Article : 241 words
  7. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 229 words
  8. BODYLINE BOWLING

    The Australian Board of Control, not content with the assurance given by the M.C.C. Committee with respect to bodyline ...

    Article : 382 words
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    By sperial arrangement Router's world's service, in addition to other special sources of information, is used in compilation of this issue, and all rights ...

    Article : 34 words
  10. Unshackle Industry

    SIR,—Surely the Governments [?] Australia, including the Federa[?] are in great haste to increase th[?] wages of our enormous hosts of [?] ...

    Article : 205 words
  11. BRITISH FARMERS

    The requisition addressed to the British Minister for Agriculture by seven Oxford colleges for a heavier restriction on imports of ...

    Article : 826 words
  12. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 118 words
  13. Butter in England

    SIR,—There appeared in The Courier-Mail on September 15 a lette[?] signed. "One Who Knows." We se[?] this to our principals in Tooley Stree ...

    Article : 182 words
  14. TO-DAY'S YESTERDAYS

    On December 13, 1642, Tasman sighted the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand and named it Statenlandt. ...

    Article : 152 words
  15. Classified Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 259 words
  16. Manners in Lifts

    SIR,—"Panama" is obviously [?] in those finer qualities and felings which are the heritage of a [?] tleman. The act of removing [?] ...

    Article : 349 words
  17. In Town & Out—.. By.. "Queenslander"

    WIRELESS has become so much of a commonplace with every-day use—and abuse—that probably few of us ever stop to think of the wonder ...

    Article : 1,091 words
  18. THE CONSTITUTION

    Early next year, if the plans of the Federal Government do not go awry, a Premiers' Conference will be held at Hobart to consider ...

    Article : 384 words
  19. CAPITAL TEMPERATURES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 40 words
  20. HOME BEST PLACE

    "The women will rock the cradles if the men will go out and chop down the trees for them.... I do not know a woman who would not sooner ...

    Article : 387 words
  21. FASHION PARADE

    WHEN Eve her modest trousseau first did plan, "Twas then that Fashion's tyranny began, And from the moment that she learnt to ...

    Article : 364 words
  22. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 550 words
  23. Women in Trousers

    SIR,—Recent changes in fashions ha[?] a profound psychological reaso[?] Women are finding it more diffic[?] to secure husbands, and these fashion ...

    Article : 137 words
  24. Is It Squealing?

    SIR,—Why can't Mr. Sunderland take the defeat of his Rugby League side to England without squealing? First it was the English referee who ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. TO-DAY'S GARDEN HINT.

    Lovers of the bushhouse will find plenty to do at this period of the year. Palms need attention, scale ...

    Article : 70 words
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