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  2. AUSTRALASIAN STUDENTS' SUMMER CONFERENCE.

    On Saturday evening the concluding session of the business of the Australasian Students' Summer Convention at Healesville was held. It was decided to instruct the ...

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  3. BUTTER IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Dec. 9—There has been a slight falling off in the demand for colonial butter this week, and an unwelcome change to damp weather has not tended to improve ...

    Article : 567 words
  4. THE STARLING PEST.

    At yesterday's meeting of the council of the Royal Agricultural Society, the committee appointed to inquire into the bet means of destroying starlings reported the ...

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  5. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

    BAIRNSDALE, Tuesday.—A big fire occurred at Bulumwaal at 2 o'clock this morning, whereby three buildings were totally destroyed. The fire was first ...

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  6. MOTOR CAR COLLISION.

    The inquest regarding the death of Samuel F. Payne, draper, of Charles-street, Kew, who was killed by colliding with a motor-car at the intersection of Albert and ...

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  7. WATERED MILK.

    A dairyman named Henry Emery was proceeded against at the Hawthorn Court yesterday on a charge of selling milk not of the quality and substance demanded by ...

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  8. OUR LONDON LETTER.

    London is fuller than usual at this season of the year, but the theatres and the West End shops still complain of the slackness of trade. The shooting season has been ...

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  9. BUSH FIRES.

    Attention requires to be given to the questions of how to prevent bush fires, and how to succesfully cope with them when they arise. The disastrous consequences ...

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  10. GREATER MELBOURNE.

    The Royal commission on the unification or federation of the municipalities of Victoria sat yesterday afternoon in the Law Institute, the chairman (Judge Gaunt) ...

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  11. A LIGHTER ADRIFT.

    The Port Melbourne police are inquiring into the easting away of the lighter Rachel from the s.s. Afric on Saturday night. It appears that the Rachel was made fast to ...

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  12. WESTERN NEW SOUTH WALES RENTS.

    The "Sydney Morning Herlad" of January 2 contains an article upon the determination of the Wesetern Lands Board Commissioners to give relief to the holders of ...

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  13. STEAMSHIP EXCURSIONS.

    Sir,—I booked for the Sunday afternoon excursion per the Edina on the 8th inst., intent on quiet enjoyment, but from the very outset had to submit to both physical ...

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  14. SUNDAY TRADING AT ALBERT-PARK.

    Sir,—I beg to call your attention to the great injustice that is being done to the shopkeepers in Victorian avenue, Albert-park, by the police on Sunday evening, ...

    Article : 164 words
  15. NORTHERN SUBURBS CEMETERY.

    A letter was received from the town clerk of Essendon by the Coburg Shire Council on Monday night. The writer pointed out that section 3 of the Northern Suburbs ...

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  17. DELAY AT THE CUSTOMS.

    Sir,—The Tariff Royal Commission should inquire into the inordinate delay that is noticable by everyone who has dealings with the Customs department. ...

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  18. GRASS FIRE AT HAWTHORN

    Yesterday atternoon some boys set fire to the grass on a piece of land belonging to Mr. C. Huleatt in Berkeley-street, Hawthorn. Th fire spread rapidly, and five acres ...

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  19. SELECTORS IN ARREARS.

    With referenee to the complaint published in "The Argus" yesterday that selectors are being unduly harassed for their rents by the Lands department the secretary (Mr. ...

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  21. PROPOSED ESPLANADE TRAMWAY.

    A visit was paid to Port Melbourne yesterday afternoon by the following members of the Railways Standing Committee:— Messrs. Embling and Melville, M.L.C.'s, ...

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  22. GIRL MISSING.

    It has been reported to the Hawthorn police that a young girl mined Mary Mortimer, aged 17 years, leit her home at 25 Muir-street, Hawthornm, at 8 a.m. on Sunday ...

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  23. THROWING STONES.

    At the Carlton Court on Tuesday, two lads named Frederick Granam and Bert M'Kerzie were fined 10/ each for throwing stones, to the danger of the public. The adjudicating justices ...

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  24. PUBLIC BATHING IN CREEKS.

    Complaints are continually being made by civilians of the conduct of youths bathing in the Murri and Moonee Ponds creeks. In order that their running about the banks of the creek in a nude ...

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