For the second time I have read with regret and indignation articles in your magazine adversely criticizing Australia’s labor laws and conditions. It seems to me not the province of a country that resents criticism of its own institutions to offer criticisms, or to publish such of another, unless the other side of the case is also given.
NOVICES in the art of speculation have acquired a vast amount of useful experience since the beginning of the year. They have been presented with concrete evidence of the unstable character of security values, and have discovered that stocks can decline with equal or even greater precipitancy than they can advance.By A. W. BLUE10 min
SPRING has brought apple blossoms to the fruit lands of the Dominion. It is remarkable that ninety per cent of the fruit is grown in three of these valleys—the Okanagan, Niagara and Annapolis. Nature, the master artist, has been prolific in giving us canvases of rugged seashore, prairie land and mountain, but she has reserved her masterpieces for the valleys.By WALTER McRAYE7 min
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