THE TOTALISATOR. Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, November 26. (Received November 2t>, at 10.10 a.m.) The State Premier (Mr Holman) says that tho New South Wales Government do not intend to introduce the totalisator question as a party Bill, but may allow one of the Ministers, or enable a private member to introduce it. Mr Holman said .that while personally opposed to the totalisator, there seemed to bo a fairly general desire for it. _____ PUBLIC HEALTH. SYDNEY, November 26. The Minister of Public Health (Mr Flowers) has arranged to open a clinic in the citv to deal with sexual diseases, as part of a udder scheme to deal effectively with the subject. RAIN IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 26. A "ood general rain has fallen in Victona except in tho north-east. Tho farming and pastoral outlook has greatly improved. CHINESE MURDERED. MELBOURNE, November 26. The body found at Fisherman’s Bend has been identified as that of Him Finn, a Chinese cook. He was last seen in the company of some Chinese sailors on Monday night. VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, November 26. The Labor party have great hopes of winning to-day’s State elections.
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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
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