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  2. THE UNIONIST PARTY AND THE MACHINE.

    Party organisation is a necessary evil. It is an evil in the scnse in which the employment of scientific life-destroying engines in war is an evil; it is necessary ...

    Article : 1,201 words
  3. PASSING NOTES ON THINGS IN GENERAL

    Labour politics court for very little in Tasmania, nor are they at all likely to do so whilst the methods which are being "perfected" on the mainland continue. ...

    Article : 1,601 words
  4. OUR WEEKLY LAUNCESTON LETTER.

    Sunday last was the last day upon which an interment could be made in any of the cemeterics within the city, and, for the future, all burials will be extra ...

    Article : 2,915 words
  5. IN TWO HOUSES.

    Tasmania, small and thinly populated as it is, has both a Legislative Council and a Legislative Assembly. There are some who think it is a great deal of ...

    Article : 354 words
  6. ENGLAND'S NEW PRIME MINISTER.

    By a combination of circumstances, but mainly by the extraordinary courage, pertinacity, and consistency he has shown, C. B. is now the predestined Premier of ...

    Article : 749 words
  7. WITHOUT THE LIMELIGHT.

    Perhaps in no other area of enterpirse do the mountains lie, range upon range, [?]0 closely, so endlessly, as in Theatreland, and perhaps in no other is the ascent so ...

    Article : 728 words
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