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  2. A GALLANT AIRMAN.

    Major K. L. Caldwell, M.C., D.F.C. and bar, and Belgan Croll de Guerre, of the New Zealand Flying Corps, has a brilliant record as an airman, and is the idol of ...

    Article : 690 words
  3. WHO RUNS JAPAN?

    In most countries with whose actions or life one is familiar, the chief directing force of government and of policy can be indicated. In Britian before the war the ...

    Article : 1,742 words
  4. INFLUENZA.

    During the week-end 28 fresh cases of influenza were reported to the Health Department 11 having been notified on Saturday and 17 yesterday. Of the Saturday ...

    Article : 277 words
  5. ENGINEERS, PIONEERS, AND TUNNELLERS.

    Most rightly every soldier takes off his hat to the infantry and accords it the pride of place as the final appeal in the ordeal by battle. No one stints their praise less ...

    Article : 1,132 words
  6. COUNTRY.

    UPPER PRESTON.—On July 2 a large and representative gathering was addressed by Dr. Godwin, R.M.O. of Donnybrook, on the precautions necessary in the event of an ...

    Article : 3,086 words
  7. FINANCE AND COMMERCE.

    The Australian Metal Exchange reports London Metal Exchange (middle) quotations of July 17 as follow:—Copper, standard, spot, per ton, £102 15s; three months, ...

    Article : 653 words
  8. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    At the last meeting of the council the Mayor (Mr. A. Clydesdale) and Crs. Carngham, Douglas, Durbridge, Hayward, McClintock, Paterson, Westaway, and ...

    Article : 971 words
  9. WORK FOR NURSES.

    Some difficulty is being experienced by the Health Department in securing the services of nurses for the influenza hospitals. Moreover, the department, it was officially ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. A DEATH AT KALGOORLIE.

    A patient died in the isloation hospital on Saturday, the cause of death being pneumonia. There are now eight patients in hospital, three being seriously ill. ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. VICTORIA.

    Twenty-one deaths from influenza occurred in the hospitals during Friday, Saturday and to-day. The admissions to hospital during the three days were as follow:— ...

    Article : 52 words
  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The week-end report of the Board of Health announces 12 further deaths from pneumonic-influenza. The hospital admissions for the two days number only 38. ...

    Article : 35 words
  13. DEMOBILISED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION.

    Sir,—Permit me through the medium of your paper to make known to those men who enlisted in the A.L.F. but who did not see active service abroad, that an ...

    Article : 408 words
  14. THE FANCIER.

    The West Australian Toy Dog Club is holding a social evening at the Sports Club, Viking House, to-night. A debate will be held regarding the true type of ...

    Article : 500 words
  15. AN APPEAL FROM THE NEVER NEVER.

    Sir,—Will you please allow me space in your paper for the purpose of drawing the attention of the public to one of the many hardships that the man on the land is ...

    Article : 510 words
  16. CHILD WELFARE.

    Sir,—Some 12 months ago I wrote to your paper concerning the welfare of little children. Our worthy friend, Mr. Colebatch replied through your columns, ...

    Article : 295 words
  17. LAWN TENNIS.

    The pennant matches listed for Saturday were postponed in consequence of the unfavourable condition in which the heavy rain of the preceding night had left the ...

    Article : 30 words
  18. THE USE OF FERTILISERS.

    Sir,—Correspondents and verbal statements from farmers have livened Mr. Sutton, Commissioner for the Wheat Belt, into publishing a pamphlet advertising, at the ...

    Article : 326 words
  19. UNION OF DEMOCRATIC CONTROL.

    Sir,—On the eve of the peace celebrations we read with much interest and perhaps a little disgust, the latest attempt of the Federal Government to stifle freedom of ...

    Article : 306 words
  20. AN ELECTION PAMPHLET.

    Sir,—I have carefully perused the Press controversy between Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Panton. Mr. Panton has a large amount of commonsense and for that reason I gave ...

    Article : 74 words
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