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  • SERIAL STORY OVERTURE SYNOPSIS.

    Van Diemen's Land is shaken by the ex[?]dus of settlers to the new settlement at Port Phillip[?] Fendon, a wealthy farmhouse near Hobart Town, shares the general excitement and per[?]urbation, ... [Article] (1612 words)
  • ELECTION SPEECH. WOMAN'S CLAIM FOR LIBEL. Settlement Announced.

    Claiming £250 damages for alleged libel, Mrs. Emma Newton, of Ovens street, Yarraville, brought an action before Judge Woinarski and a jury of four in the County ... [Article] (441 words)
  • FACTORIES AND SHOPS. 175,171 Employees.

    In the course of a series of answers to questions asked in the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Cain (Lab., Northcote), Mr. Kent Hughes (Honorary Minister), for the ... [Article] (178 words)
  • MILITIA MEN AT WORK AND PLAY.

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    COTTAGE FOR FAMILY OF DROWNED SEAMAN.—The widow and 13 children of Mr. Michael Foley, one of the seamen who were drowned in the wreck of the steamer Casin[?] at Apollo Bay, are now living in this cottage in Railway place, Newport which has been purchased with portion of ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (85 words)
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    NEW PAPUAN STAMPS.—Six of the now postage stamps of Papua, me first issue of which was made at Port Morosby on Monday. Each denomination has a different illustration. The stamps were ongraved and printed at the Stamp Printina Office Melbourne. From left to right the designs and denominations are as follows:—A Matuan girl (½d.); Steve, son of Oala, a leading native of Port Moresby (1d.); tree houses (1½d.); bird of paradise (2d.); a Papuan dandy (3d.); a Papuan shooting at fish (9d.). The photographs were taken by courtesy of the "Australian Stamp Monthly." ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (92 words)
  • ARCHITECTURE & PROPERTY BUILDING CHURCHES. PLANS FOR YEARS AHEAD. CONSTRUCTION IN SECTIONS.

    One of the most interesting features in the designing of modern churches and church buildings is the provision that is usually made, in the absence of money with ... [Article] (1655 words)
  • Classified Advertising

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    After a heavy day in the field, millita men who are encamped at Seymour this week find that nothing is more refreshing to body and mind than community singing. Above: Members of the 4th Artillery Brigade singing a rousing chorus. Below: Infantrymen receiving instruction in the use of gas masks. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (53 words)
  • FIRE IN RICHMOND FACTORY. 25 Men Thrown Out of Employment.

    Twenty-five men will be thrown out of employment for at least a month as a result of a fire which destroyed portion of premises occupied by Eddington and Lynn ... [Article] (171 words)
  • THEFT OF 1,311 TIES.

    Before Judge Macindoe in General Sessions yesterday John Stanley Douglas, aged 20 years, station hand, Victoria street[?] North Melbourne; John James Troon, aged ... [Article] (128 words)
  • RAILWAYS EMPLOYEES. EXCLUSION FROM COURT. Unions Plan Opposition.

    To formulate a policy in opposition to the application of the Railways Commissioners for the removal of railways employees from the jurisdiction of the Arbitration Court, ... [Article] (267 words)
  • LIGHTWEIGHT FIREWOOD. Maximum Fine in "Glaring Case."

    Williams Walters, wood merchant, Railway street, Mordialloc, was charged at the Hawthorn Court on Wednesday with having on October 20 sold to Dr. Leonard Ball, ... [Article] (190 words)
  • CLERK'S TRANSACTIONS.

    [?]an McDonald, clerk, Molesworth street, Toorak, aged 30 years, was charged at the Kew Court on Wednesday with having on November 11 stolen a motor-car valued at ... [Article] (117 words)
  • STATE CENTENARY. DELEGATION FROM SCOTLAND. 250 Members Expected.

    The organiser of the State centenary celebrations (Major Conder) has been informed by the secretary of the Victorian Scottish Union (Mr. John Stewart) that ... [Article] (84 words)
  • "CARRYING THE TORCH." Work of Legacy Club.

    "Legacy honours the dead place the highest value possible on comradeship, and seeks to carry a torch through this stricken world to aid the children of our fallen comrades." ... [Article] (262 words)
  • THREAT TO BLOW UP SHOP. "Joker" Imprisoned for 18 Months.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday. — At the northern sittings of the Supreme Court in Townsville, before Mr. Justice Douglas, yesterday, Antonio Canvallo pleaded not ... [Article] (134 words)
  • GUILTY OF HOUSEBREAKLNG.

    Eric Fraser, aged 29 years, labourer, and Albert Chance, aged 23 years, salesman, both of Albury (N.S.W.). were charged before Judge Macindoe in General Sessions ... [Article] (107 words)
  • THE SCHOOLS By PRELECTOR.

    The appointment of Ross McKay Campbell, formerly of Scotch College, as Rhodes Scholar directs attention to the number of old Scotch Collegians who have gained ... [Article] (1406 words)
  • Classified Advertising

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