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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS

FIXE RAIN'S. Press Association —T!y Teleirraph—Copyright. SYDNEY. December 29. Bountiful moii-oonal rains are falling over the greater part of Xe«' South Wale-;. COMMERCIAL R.'-iCH'ROCITY. SYDNEY, D.-cemher 30. .Received December 50, at 10.20 a.m.; The ' Dailv Telegraph' comments on the wise restraint of Mr Fisher's speech. It adds : " A sy.-tem of reciprocal interchange must benefit both, beside? freeing the channels of commerce of u-eless impediment', and mu-t -timulate a sentiment of abiding racial unity." IXDIAX HAWKERS TRIAL. MELBOURNE. December 50. Buttan an Indian hawker and a. well -known wre-tler. accused of the. Pudilev murder-, has been committed for trial. NAVAL COLLEGE. MELBOURNE, December 50. The naval cadets will commence work in the new college at dervi, Bay at the end of January. DOCKYARD DTSPC'I E OYER. SYDNEY. December 50. (Received December 30. at 9.20 a.m.) The dockyard di-puto has been settled, a meeting of unionists revolving that the men should work on holidavs at the award rates. PRICE OF DRINKS. SYDNEY, December 30. Deputations from th" wholesale wine and spirit merchant- and the Licensed Victual lers' Association Mibmittcd to Mr Hall (N'.S.W Attorney-General) a revt-cd list of the increase-, in the prices of drinks. Mr Hall promised to gi\e a, reply before departing for New Zealand on Thursday.

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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