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  2. Rev. A. E. Hutchinson.

    Speaking at Bothwell on Monday night Rev. A. E. Hutchinson, endorsed Nationalist candidate for Wilmot, said that if he were elected he would put ...

    Article : 1,757 words
  3. Public Opinion

    Sir,—The electors of Darwin ought first to have had a say as to whether members should be entitled to vote themselves, a further and extended ...

    Article : 152 words

    Mr. Robert Woodhead, general superintendent of Asscciated Pulp and Paper Mills Ltd., and his assistant, Mr. H. B. Somerset, who ...

    Article : 216 words

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. R. Cosgrove), Mr. J. W. M'Grath. M.H.A., and Mr. W. E. Aylett spoke at the saleyards at Coo[?] at ...

    Article : 1,054 words
  6. Sheffield Meetings.

    Mr. G. Cooper, a Labor candidate for Darwin, addressed a meeting at Claude Hoad on Tuesday evening. There was an attendance of about 30. Mr. Cooper ...

    Article : 114 words

    HOBART, Wednesday.— Before a large audience in the Town Hall tonight, the Treasurer (Mr. E. Dwy[?]rGray) opened his election campaign, ...

    Article : 1,110 words

    A meeting of the Tasmanian Fish[?]ries Commission is to be held at Launceston next Saturday. An important item on the agenda paper is a ...

    Article : 148 words
  9. Boat Harbor Beach.

    Sir,—In "The Advocate" of February [?] a letter appeared concerning congestion on the public reserves of the Boat Harbor Beach on Boxing Day and ...

    Article : 266 words
  10. The Premier's Promises.

    Sir,—I was listening to Mr. A. G. Ogilvie on Monday night. He spoke of schools, rolling stock, permanent way, civil servants, an expensive road right ...

    Article : 286 words

    Illuminating figures of materials to be used in the construction of the Associated Pulp and Paper Mills Ltd. factory at South Burnie were given last ...

    Article : 181 words
  12. Mr. Kelly's Waratah Meeting.

    Mr. Phil. Kelly, M.H.A., opened his eampaign at Waratah on Tuesday night, addressing a large gathering of eletors. Mr. Jas. M'Donaid, M.L.C. ...

    Article : 151 words
  13. "Mr. Edwards Beats the Gun."

    Sir,—In sport this is penalised, but Mr. Edwards still races merrily round the course, apparently obsessed with the feeling that he is laps ahead of his ...

    Article : 325 words
  14. MR. W. AYLETT.

    Mr. W. E. Aylett, one ot the Labor candidates for Darwin, addressed a well attended meeting at Wynyard on Tuesday night. He was given a good ...

    Article : 870 words
  15. British Freedom.

    Sir,—The "glorious freedom." which has been the proud boast of every British subject since the great charter was conferred by an unwilling monarch ...

    Article : 509 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 640 words



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