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  2. MUSIC AT THE SHOW

    Sir,— In your issue of May 13 you state as follows:— "The Penrith Band, which played at the Hawkesbury Show on the seeond and third days, was' not over liberal with ...

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  3. COLO SHIRE'S VALUATIONS

    Sir,— I crave some of your space to reply to Mr. H. A. Wilson's letter that appeared in your last issue, with reference to remarks made by me at last Colo Shire Council ...

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  4. THE EDITOR'S LETTER BOX

    Sir,— I read in your last issue where some narrow-minded, parent had something to say. about the modern flapper,As a young man of 24 I should like to ...

    Article : 150 words
  5. THE COUNCIL'S AFFAIRS

    Sir,— Have Windsor aldermen defaulted in making rates for 1927? If your report of the' Council meeting held on March 29 is correct ...

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  6. (To the Editor)

    Sir,— There is some truth in what your correspondent, "Parent," says in: last issue. Personally, however, I am not opposed to young girls smoking— it has become ...

    Article : 151 words
  7. CONVICT POTTERY

    Sir,— I have presented to the Museum a water bottle obtained by me on Norfolk Island from Mr. Thomas Adams. This bottle is historically interesting. It is, I ...

    Article : 194 words
  8. TWO KINDS OF PROTECTION

    Sir,— I readi in your last issue a letter by Mr. Paul Cheyne, secretary of Manufacturers Development League, in favor of high protection. In reply to your ...

    Article : 380 words
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  10. DR. LANG

    Speaking at the annual Home Mission rally of the Presbyterian Church in St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Phillip-street, Sydney, the Rev. J. Faulkner ...

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  11. THE COUNTRY PARTY OF N.S.W.

    Organisation at the headquarters of the N.S.W. Country Party, Hudson House, 15 Bligh-street, Sydney, in respect to the next State elections is well in hand, and the ...

    Article : 167 words
  12. THE ORIGIN OF TOC H.

    Rev. T. G. Paul, Chaplain of Toe H., told some interesting facts about the big movement in ah address at St. Andrew's Cathedral recently. ...

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