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  • FARMERS AND THEIR FRIENDS SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. SUPERPHOSPHATE WORKERS.

    The South Australian farmers and the workers in the superphosphate industry have just concluded a struggle as to who shall take control of farming operations and ... [Article] (964 words)
  • FTRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    MILBURA. Monday.—A fire broke out yesterday in [?] small dwelling owned by Mr. Bishop. The fire[?]fighters were smartly on the scene, and extinguished the flames before they o[?]ed a good ... [Article] (144 words)
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  • GREATER MELBOURNE. POSITION OF TRAMWAYS. CONTROL OF NOXIOUS TRADES.

    While the general provisions of the Greater Melbourne Bill have not been revealed, the Treasurer (Mr. Watt), who is in charge of the measure, makes no secret of ... [Article] (209 words)
  • BOTTLED ENERGY. NEW TELEGRAPH BATTERY.

    The battery-room of the Central Telegraph Office has been entirely remodelled within the last few weeks. Instead of row on row of jars (which stood on shelves ... [Article] (314 words)
  • BROADBENT'S ROAD MAP.

    A new edition of Broadbent's Map of "Fifty Miles Round Melbourne" has been issued in ample time for the holidays. It is specially designed for tourisrs— ... [Article] (338 words)
  • FRUIT COMMISSION.

    The commission appointed by the Commonwealth Ministry to inquire into the produetion and distribution of fruit sat for two hours yesterday morning ... [Article] (102 words)
  • SUGAR COMMISSION. REGULATION OF PRICES.

    BUNDABERG (Q.), Tuesday.—At the sittings of the Sugar Commission to-day, Mr. Angus Gibson, managing director of Gibson and Howes Limited, deposed that ... [Article] (394 words)
  • CITY FIRMS VICTIMISED. CUSTOMER FOR MOTOR-MAGNETOS.

    In the Cily Court, yesterday, John Hellier, a young man, was charged with having obtained a number of motor magnetos from Messrs. Alfred Adams and Co., Collins-street: the Acme Cycle ... [Article] (310 words)
  • UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORIUM.

    Professor Franklin Peterson has received an interesting letter of congratulation from Sir C. Hubert[?]. Parry,enclosing prints of the coneert-hall of the Royal College of Music, ... [Article] (362 words)
  • UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. DEGREES CONFERRED.

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  • CAROLINE KAY SCHOLARSHIP—GEOLOGY, FEBRUARY,1912.

    The Carol[?]ne [?]y scholarship in geology is [?]warded to Mo[?]ri[?] Morris, [?]. ... [Article] (5 words)
  • ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT.

    A conferring of degrees will be held in the Wilsonhall, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 20. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • TRADE PICNIC. EDMENTS'S EMPLOYEES.

    The annual picnic of the emplyees of Affred Edments's Melbourne Supply Stores took place on Saturday. The employees and friends, to the number of 210, started from the head shop, ... [Article] (278 words)
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  • EASTER OUTINGS. CHARM OF AUTUMN TOURING. SUMMARY OF TRIPS.

    To most motorists who travel for pleasure, Easter time presents not only a suitable season to fit in the pastime with other affairs, but it is also the loveliest season ... [Article] (743 words)
  • MOTOR NOTES.

    At the annual meeting of the Automobile ([?]ub last week office-bearers were elected as follow:—Patrons, His Excellency the Governor-General, His Excellency the ... [Article] (1911 words)
  • MOTOR-CYCLE NOTES.

    According to the rules of the New South Wales Amateur Cye'ists' Union,or. rather, to the way the rules were read and interpreted, the Dunlop military ... [Article] (459 words)
  • HAULING MOTOR FROM RUT OR SAND.

    Motorists driving overland to Adelaide or Sydney, or even if touring in the back country where roads are unmade, may sometimes have their cars bogged, or held ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (201 words)
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