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  • STRIKE NEARS END UNION POLICY CHANGED. RESUMPTION RECOMMENDED. TWO BRANCHES TO MEET TO-DAY.

    A collapse of the strike of water, side workers in Melbourne is expected. Having failed to obtain support from other quarters, the Federal ...
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  • TO-DAY'S ENTERTAINMENTS. (Compiled from To-day's Amuscment Columns.)

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  • WATER FOR LOST DOGS. Privy Council Appeal. Board of Works Wins Case. LONDON, Oct. 15.

    The Privy Council appeal Adamson and others v. Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works was dismissed, with costs. Chief Justice Anglin. of the Supreme Court ... [Article] (274 words)
  • Police Commission. Evidence of Sir William Horwood. LONDON, Oct. 18.

    Sir William Horwood, chief commissioner of the London metropolitan police, whose resignation will take effect on November 6, gave evidence to-day before the ... [Article] (232 words)
  • Pari-mutuel Betting in'Britain. LONDON, Oct. 15.

    The Betting Control Board has decided that, in view of the unavoidable delay before the totalisator can be installed, the system of pari-mutuel betting should be ... [Article] (44 words)
  • CABLE NEWS IN BRIEF. Tariff Issue in United States.

    Mr. Hoover, the United States Republican Presidential nominee, deelared that the tariff was one of the important economic issues of the campaign. He criticised the ... [Article] (338 words)
  • GRAPE FRUIT GLUT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—As many enterprising returned soldier settlers had preceded any educative public opinion, and planted an increased area of grape fruit. I should like to ... [Article] (232 words)
  • INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.

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  • JACOB JOHNSON'S APPEAL. VIEWS ON REVOLUTION. Article in "Seamen's Journal."

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The hearing was continued to-day in the District Court, before Judge Cohen, of the appeal by Jacob Johnson, secretary of the Seamen's ... [Article] (375 words)
  • NOTES IN PARLIAMENT.

    Since he became leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly, Sir William McPherson has developed a pleasant, satirical turn. Discussing the Budger last night ... [Article] (556 words)
  • LOST FOR FOUR DAYS. Man Walks 100 Miles Without Food.

    PERTH, Tuesday. — Joseph O'Connor, aged 60 years, who was employed in an outcamop on Yinnetharra Station. in the Upper Gascoyne district, lost his way while ... [Article] (106 words)
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  • ORCHESTRAL MUSIC.

    The last coucert of the season will be given. by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Mr. Fritz Hart conductor) in the Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday night. ... [Article] (150 words)
  • COMMUNITY SINGING.

    Mr. M. H. Reatheote will conduct community singing in the Assembly Hall to-morrow, He will be assisted by Miss Winule Roberts. Mr. Ha[?]old Rodgers will be the planist. ... [Article] (32 words)
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