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  2. Verse—and Worse

    They call the Terrace the Stadium. Australia's Official War Corresponddent is a has-Bean. A false pretericer named Collard was ...

    Article : 837 words
  3. Notes and Comments

    Sweden, it is cabled, has prohibited the export of eggs for two months. Must be a general election coming in that country. ...

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  5. MR. SCADDAN AND OVER-RACING

    During the week Mr. Scaddan made the welcome announcement that the Government was about to deal with the over-racing curse. He opened and ...

    Article : 544 words
  6. The Sunday Times

    Parliament is due to reassemble on the 29th of this month Funds are running. low, and it is necessary, as the Premier says, to get supply. In ...

    Article : 1,909 words
  7. "PINK."

    (Private David Simcock, known as "Pink Top," and among his intimates as "Pink," died a hero at the Dardanelles.) ...

    Article : 370 words
  8. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S JOB

    The Prime Minister complains that the Liberal Party and the Liberal Press are making a dead set against the Minister of Defence. Mr. Pearce's ...

    Article : 432 words
  9. THE PRESS.

    In one of the scenes in "The Power of the Press;" the inside of a big American newspaper, office is seen in, full operation, on the screen, at the ...

    Article : 798 words
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