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  2. NOTES FOR BOYS.

    I have many inquiries from boys about rabbit shooting close to Melbourne. Some ask where it can be got within 20 miles, others within a 2/ fare radius by rail. In all these cases, I assume ...

    Article : 767 words
  3. THE WAR DAY BY DAY.

    Mr. Hilaire Belloe, in a lecture at Bedford on May 5, dealt with the subject of "The Strategy and Progress of the War." In round numbers, said Mr. Belloe, the ...

    Article : 1,900 words
  4. EXPORT OF FROZEN MEAT

    Mr. Justice Hood who has been appointed a Royal commission to inquire into and report upon the agreement made by the Victorian Government in February ...

    Article : 892 words
  5. RURAL INTERESTS.

    The men and women who pioneered the country districts of Australia in what Mr. Watt, when Premier of Victoria appropriiately called "the century of the axe and ...

    Article : 1,654 words
  6. HIS LAST LIFT.

    Writing from Heliopolis Hospital [?]o his father and mother at Port Melbourne Private Edmund Freame states that to him the results of the first day and night's ...

    Article : 150 words
  7. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    Pto. D. C. Gardner (Died of Wounds). Pto. C. H. L. Wigger (Killed). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 76 words
  8. IN THE OPEN AIR.

    A note which will excite interest among bird lovers comes from S. J. Vaughan, of Pomborneit. He points out that in Dr. Leach's Bird Book, used in the State schools, he describes the red lory ...

    Article : 408 words
  9. TURKS DO NOT MUTILATE.

    Private A. R. Ditterich son of the Rev. R. Ditterich, editor of the Methodist "Speclator" who is lying wounded at Mena House, has written to his father declaring ...

    Article : 365 words
  10. A QUESTION BOX.

    GOOD FISHING LINES.—In reply to queries on the subject, I learn tha tthe line which an angler so strongly commended a little while ago is the Alpha line, which is manufactured at ...

    Article : 416 words
  11. GENERAL TOPICS.

    Several correspondents who have noted a query as to the feeding of deserted lams as pets give very much the same advice. All say that it is better to give cow's milk that has been separated, ...

    Article : 552 words
  12. HELIOPOLIS HOSPITAL WORK.

    Lient.-Colonel Barrett, in a private letter from Heliopolis, says:— "We are just finishing a week of terrible work. This hospital now consists of the ...

    Article : 504 words
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  14. UNATTENDED MOTOR-CARS.

    In view of the prosecutions that have been instituted recently under section 4 of the motor-car regulations which prohibit obstruction, a statement was obtained ...

    Article : 358 words
  15. Soldiers' Letters.

    The difficulties of attending to the wounded under heavy fire are referred to by Major C. C. Mason, son of the late ex-Speaker Mason, in a letter to his wife, ...

    Article : 756 words
  16. DID HIS DUTY.

    BALLARAT, Monday.—Mr. R. Waller, of Hope street, Ballarat South, has received a letter from his son Walter, stating that his (Walter's) brother, Private John ...

    Article : 118 words
  17. TEETH-TESTING RATIONS.

    Private Gemmell Lamb Smith, with the Second field Ambulance, in a letter says: —"Our meals are not like those on board the transport; we are not on active service, ...

    Article : 273 words
  18. ("Illustrated War News") CONFINED BEHIND NETTING ON THE DECK OF A BRITISH WARSHIP: AN OPEN-AIR PRISON FOR CAPTURED TURKS.

    Particulars are lacking (doubtless for censor reasons) as to the exact circumstances or locality in which these Turkish prisoners were taken, but the photogrpah reaches us from a certain place in the Mediterranean. Presumably, therefore, they were captured during the naval operations in the Near East. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 164 words
  19. PROSECUTIONS FOR OBSTRUCTION

    "Two cases under regulation 4 were heard before Messrs. Rogers and Blashki, J. P.'s, at the District Court yesterday. Constable McLiney said that on June 11 ...

    Article : 142 words
  20. CRIMINAL COURT.

    In the Second Civil Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice Hood, the trial was concluded of Dulcie Comfort, who was charged with the procuration of a women at Fiizroy between May 4 and May 12. ...

    Article : 272 words
  21. CONTEMPT FOR BULLETS.

    Sapper O. Ayton has written a most interesting letter to his sister at Warrandippe, from "Shrapnel avenue, Turkey." Subsequent to the date of the letter (May ...

    Article : 150 words
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