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  5. AUSTRALIAN CITIES.

    Among the passengers by the overseas steamer Neleus, which arrived in Brisbane to-day was Alderman R. P. Fletcher, of the Birkenhead ...

    Article : 238 words
  6. AN ABERDONIAN ACCUSATION.

    A youth who appeared in the Ponce Court with a companion on a charge of travelling on a train without a ticket ascribed hie downfall to the ...

    Article : 131 words
  7. GRASSHOPPER PEST.

    Piano are now being prepared by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research for a big offensive against grasshoppers. A detailed ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. NEW JOB FOR CAPTAIN.

    An unusual duty fell to the lot of Captain Martin, of the Niagara, when he acted as examiner for a young accountancy student, who was on his ...

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  9. TULLY NOTES.

    Rain commenced filling again lait Thursday, registering 132 points at the post office on Friday morning. A further 35 points were recorded on ...

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  10. TRADE WITH ITALY.

    Since the sanctions have operated, italian imports into Australia have been reduced almost to half, and Australian exports to Italy have been out ...

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  11. SHEARING WORK.

    A meeting of pastoral workers held at Moree considered resolutions pawed in other pastoral centres claiming a 25 per cent increase in wages in all ...

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  12. CRASHED PLANE.

    Cv[?] Brett, piloting a W.A.S.P. Air Lines Monospar, which was suggested as amongst the few planes likely to be flying in the vicinity of the ...

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  13. BOWEN BY-ELECTION.

    The Queensland Country Party has announced that five Parliamentary members would support the candidature of Mr. J. Smith for the Bowen ...

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  14. VIEWS ON JAPAN.

    Following a several months visit to the East, Mr. Q. R. Paull. a business man of Sydney and Brisbane, who returned to-day by the Taiping said ...

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  15. NAUSEATING ODOR.

    A remarkable phenomenon, which seems to have extended over miles of country around Narrebri, occurred on Sunday morning. Many persons ...

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  16. BRITAIN BLAMED.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Tokio correspondent says certain circles accuse Britain of instagation of the increased Australian tariff against Japan. ...

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  17. TARIFF PROPOSALS.

    Replying to a statement by Mr. Gregory M.H.R. that the methods adopted by the Government in tabling the amended tariff proposals on the ...

    Article : 252 words
  18. FREIGHT FOR BULLS.

    The United Graziers' Association has been advised that the Railway Department has agreed to its request for a continuance of the 50 per cent ...

    Article : 58 words
  19. M.L.C. BONUSES.

    "The with-profit Ordinary Branch policy-holders of The Mutual Life and Citizens' Assurance Company. Ltd., have now received their bonus ...

    Article : 41 words
  20. DRINK AT DANCES.

    Drinking at dances, particularly in the country where there have been cases of the police having to stop proceedings owing to wild happenings, is ...

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  21. ON THE LAND.

    Reports from Pomonal (Vic.) state 30 tons or tobacco have bean grown in that district this season. Government advice as to fertilisers had ...

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  22. FUNERAL WISHES.

    Analysis of "The Times" obituary columns for 1935 reveals some striking changes during the last 35 years in educated public opinion concern ...

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  24. AIR PILOTS.

    Air pilots are considering the formation of a guild to apply for an award governing wages and conditions. A minimum of £6 a week of ...

    Article : 134 words
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