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  2. WORKERS' HOMES.

    Though somewhat belated the annual report of the Workers' Homes Board for the year ended June 30 last, and just presented to Parliament, containg some ...

    Article : 1,626 words
  3. DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS.

    "While bright-eyed Science watches round."— Gray. About 6,000 tons of straw braid go from Shantung each year to foreign countries ...

    Article : 1,703 words
  4. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The main object of a meeting of the unemployed, held on the Esplanade on Tuesday afternoon, at which about 150 were present, was to give the secretary, Mr. J. J. ...

    Article : 370 words
  5. THE DISTRIBUTION OF SEED WHEAT.

    Sir,—The all-important question of what will the harvest be has at last been answered, but the next riddle ready for the people of Western Australia presents ...

    Article : 590 words
  6. TELEPHONE LINEMAN'S FATE.

    A sad fatality occurred in the city on Friday morning, Frank Hedges, a telephone lineman in the employ of the Postal Department, being killed while engaged at ...

    Article : 318 words
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    The Postmaster-General says that it is intended to introduce some of the latest ideas in the handling of parcels. ...

    Article : 19 words
  8. BRITAIN STILL SUPREME.

    A striking tribute to Britain's sea power is paid by the 'New York Press," which says:—"Britain, losing ship after ship by mine and submarine, has not yielded her ...

    Article : 184 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 168 words
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    Mr. Oscar Waiker, third son of the late W F. Walker, who represented Richmond and Hawthorn in the Victorian Legislative Assembly, and was Minister for Customs, ...

    Article : 42 words
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    Mr. David Whyte, recently house surgeon in the Dunedin (New Zealand) Hospital, has passed the primary examination for the qualification of Fellow of the Royal College ...

    Article : 42 words
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