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/ * Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, October 21. (Received October 21, at 11.10 a.m.) Mr Thomas Ryan has been appointed by the South Australian Government to report on the New Zealand educational system, and will sail by the Manuka on Friday. PROHIBITED EXPORTS. SYDNEY, October 21. The Minister of Customs states that despite the proclamation prohibiting specified exports, the coal trade proceeds normally. The export of meat is even larger than before the prohibition was issued, mostly supplies to Great Britain. Excepting for a small island trade, no wheat, or flour, or sugar is leaving/the Commonwealth. AN OPEN WHARF. SYDNEY, October 21. The Harbor Trust have taken over the Norddeutscher Lloyd’s wharf, the lease having expired. In future it will ho used as au open wharf for oversea liners. THE TRAMWAY TROUBLE. SYDNEY, October 21 The ‘ Daily Telegraph,’ in a leader on the Arbitration muddle, commenting on the tramway judgment, says: “ So long as the present constitution remains, so long will industry be embittered. There will bo litigation and counter-litigation, award and counter-award. The general confusion suggests that the Commonwealth should have jurisdiction over undeniably Federal industries, while the State retains judicial control over demonstrably interstate industrial affairs. If that is impossible the question whether the federation should Le vested with the whole power is not a desirable alternative, but it is preferable to conflicting authority and the interminable, cumbrous, and complicated condition of the present industrial law.”

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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