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  • MELBOURNE AND THE PRIMARY INDUSTRIES A Correspondent's Viewpoint

    In the history of Melbourne, wool, wheat and gold are forever foremost. We are essentially a country of primary production and there [?] no ... [Article] (390 words)
  • 25 YEARS AGO TO-DAY (Taken from the "Horsham Times" of June 3, 1910).

    The Deputy Postmaster General has informed Mr. J. K. McDougall, M.H.R. of the removal of the Pimpinio Post Office from the railway station to ... [Article] (192 words)
  • EIGHT-ROOMED RESIDENCE BURNT EARLY MORNING FIRE IN GREEN PARK Furniture and Piano Destroyed DIFFICULTY IN CALLING BRIGADE.

    The eight-roomed residence in Green Park owned by Mr. R. T. Plant was destroyed by fire at about 4 a.m. on Saturday. A wireless set and a ... [Article] (415 words)
  • RELIEF WORK PROGRAMME Over £4,000,000 Available (Wire.—From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday.

    Having been al[?]ted £4,000,000 loan money for the coming year by the Loan Council, the State Government will immediately prepare plans for a program ... [Article] (112 words)
  • LODGE MEETINGS HORSHAM M.U.I.O.O.F. Installation of Officers.

    The Noble grand, Bro. P. J. Woods, presided over a large attendance of members at a meeting held in the lodge room last Thursday night. ... [Article] (363 words)
  • HORSHAM H.A.C.B.S.

    There was a good attendance of members at the fortnightly meeting with the President, Bro P. Hennessy in the chair. One new member was ... [Article] (145 words)
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