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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,535 words
  3. BRAIDWOOD.

    Mr. A. W. Scott's annual spring sale on Thursday attracted a large attendance. Residents of all parts of the district were present, as well as outside buyers. The rain having ...

    Article : 468 words
  4. OTHER MEN'S MINDS.

    This is a cantankerous world— ...

    Article : 9 words
  5. HANDICAPPED.

    Honest men are now at a disadvantage in America, because business methods in general are not to be trusted.— ...

    Article : 22 words
  6. THE SCAPEGOAT.

    I think the time has come to put a cheek upon the tendency to make out that the British Government is responsible for all the outrages which occur in any part of the world.— ...

    Article : 40 words
  7. OUT OF THE ROAD.

    The rights of the pedestrian should be modified, and they should be expected to keep on the sidewalk or pavement.— ...

    Article : 29 words
  8. THE DIGNITY OF BUSINESS

    To-day business has as much dignity as any of the much-lauded professions, and calls for as many qualities of brain.— ...

    Article : 27 words
  9. THE MIND OF A BOY.

    Nothing is easier than to inspire in a boy's mind an almost chivalrous devotion to anybody who is good to him.— ...

    Article : 30 words
  10. AN ORNAMENT.

    I am unable to discover any mechanical or physiological purpose served by a chin.:— ...

    Article : 19 words
  11. TAKE THAT FACE AWAY.

    We have been deafened with tales against despotism since our infancy; but if we catch sight of somebody standing in the street whose face we dislike we instantly cry out—"Arrest ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. DALTON.

    On Sunday last, Rev. C. A. S. Woodhouse, of Yass, preached in the Greendale Methodist Church in tile afternoon and .Dalton in the evening. The Greendale Sunday School was ...

    Article : 194 words
  13. OUR PARLOUS STATE.

    We have no army, our military arrangements make us the laughing-stock of the civilised world, while those who looked to us to help to keep the balance of power in Europe, absolutely ...

    Article : 48 words
  14. THEY ALL DO IT.

    I have not the slightest doubt that could a secret commission be instituted the art of advertising would be found to be practised by even such an august body as the House of Lords, ...

    Article : 52 words
  15. HERRINGS IN DANGER.

    Our desire is to stop the destruction of mature fish, otherwise there is a fear of the North Sea being depleted of herring in fire years.— ...

    Article : 32 words
  16. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

    A large part—too large a part—of the fortune making of recent decades has consisted in getting something for nothing. I do not include brains in the category of "nothing." A ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. BRITAIN ALONE.

    Every other great nation in the world stands with youth trained and disciplined, with its manhood armed ready to meet the enemy at the gate. We alone, with the greatest material ...

    Article : 73 words
  18. TRADE AND POLITICS.

    I have always asserted that the course of trade, and variations upwards and downwards of its profits and volume, are never, and cannot be due to the particular party which happens ...

    Article : 64 words
  19. GUNNING.

    Rain continued throughout this week. Nearly two inches have fallen within the last 48 hours. There is still a promise of more. Obituary.—The death occurred early this ...

    Article : 100 words
  20. ON THE BOTTOM RUNG.

    Living for nine years in the East of London, and doing no particular good, so far as I can judge, I always felt some satisfaction in working at the bottom of the ladder.— ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. THE SPELLING HINDRANCE.

    That English may become the universal language is no idle dream. The number of foreigners who can read English is steadily increasing, and. English is far more extensively spoken ...

    Article : 59 words
  22. TOBACCO FOR THE TROOPS.

    To provide the soldiers and sailors of the Empire now on active service with a very moderate amount of tobacco and cigarettes would, it is calculated, absorb no less than £25,000 daily. ...

    Article : 181 words
  23. CROOKWELL NOTES.

    Since last Sunday the weather has been anything but spring-like. It has rained almost continuously night and day. On Wednesday night there was a concert at the Institute in ...

    Article : 141 words
  24. WAR UNPROFITABLE.

    Victory in war can bring no advantage to the mass of the people achieving it. As that conviction becomes part of the public opinion of Europe the danger of war will decrease and ...

    Article : 63 words
  25. DO NOT SHIRK.

    The most serious form of shirking is the refusal to be true in the hour when a hard. battle is being fought. If we vow ourselves to great causes, then we have to face the worst. ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. FLOODS IN BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT.

    Braidwood, Saturday.—Rain is falling heavily, and there is grave fear of floods occurring. The Shoalhaven liver is running a banker, and the Chinese gardens and large areas of country ...

    Article : 131 words
  27. QUEANBEYAN.

    On Wednesday night a farewell was tendered to Corporal H. Moriarty (son of Mr. A. W. Moriarty) and Private Murphy (son of Mr. J. Murphy), of Qeanbeyan. They were presented ...

    Article : 160 words
  28. PARTY, NOT PATRIOTISM.

    It is too plain to be seen that party is everything to the party, and the country nothing.—Mr. Maurice Howlett POLICE AND REVOLVERS. ...

    Article : 87 words
  29. A WONDERFUL INVENTION.

    London Sunday.—The British Medical Journal gives details of a remarkable invention whereby it is possible in broad daylight to obtain detailed pictures of the brain, liver, ...

    Article : 188 words
  30. DALTON AND THE WAR CHEST.

    Sir,—In connection with the euchre party and social recently hold in the Mill Dalton, to raise funds for the War Chest one point requires stressing. It in, apparently, the rule in all ...

    Article : 112 words
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