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  3. VICE-REGAL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, attended by Captain H. H. Kilby, will leave Melbourne this afternoon for Sale, where they ...

    Article : 69 words
  4. A GALLANT OFFICER.

    One of Australia's most gallant officers, Major-General Sir John Gellibrand, C.B., D.S.O. and bar, arrived in Melbourne on Saturday. He was a passenger by the ...

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  5. LOCKING THE MURRAY.

    About 24 miles from Echuca by road, and between 40 and 50 railes following the devious downstream course of the Murray there is a U-shaped hend in the river that ...

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  6. LORD JELLICOE.

    At 11 o'clock on Saturday morning H.M.S. New Zealand, with Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Jellicoe, on board, cast off from the Port Melbourne Pier, and ...

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  7. WAR VETERANS.

    Several distinguished Australian officers are returning by the transport Kaisar-Hind, which is due in Melbourne at 2 o'clock this afternoon. ...

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  8. AUSTRALIANS AT BISLEY.

    The Bisley matches next month will claim the attention of enthusiastic riflemen throughout the Empire, and it is certain that Australia will be represented by a ...

    Article : 456 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    The Premier (Mr. Lawson) will visit Bannockburn, near Geelong, to-nigh to deliver an address at the annual meeting of the Bannockburn branch of the Farmers' ...

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  11. The Argus.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." ...

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  12. FLAGSHIP AT SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—H.M.A.S. Australia arrived in Sydney Harbour this morning, and was given a splendid reception. To a salute of eleven guns from H.M.A.S. ...

    Article : 360 words
  13. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondents are requested to inform the ...

    Article : 115 words
  14. CANDIDATES FOR PARLIAMENT

    At a declaration of the poll for the South-Eastern Province of the Legislative Council on Friday, Councillor Francis, one of the defeated ...

    Article : 543 words
  15. MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1919.

    Federal Ministers have iutimated on more than one occasion that they proposed to introduce, a bill to provide proportional representation for the Senate. ...

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  16. MAILS OUTWARD.

    The closing times shown hereunder are for the General Post-office. Mails close at the Elizabeth street office 20 minutes earlier. Late fees at G.P.O. and Elizabeth street as follows:—New South ...

    Article : 495 words
  17. SOLDIERS RETURNING.

    A considerable force of Australian airmen is returning by the Kaisar-I-Hind, which will disembark troops at the New Pier, Port Melbourne, this afternoon at 2 ...

    Article : 125 words
  18. QUEENSLAND PREMIER.

    Much disappointment was felt by a crowded audience at the Bijou Theatre last night at the non-appearance of the Premier of Queensland (Mr. Ryan), who had ...

    Article : 167 words
  19. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    The Perpetual Trustees Association is applying for probate of the will of Henry Scariborough. of Cranbourne road. Franloston. farmer, who died on March 25. leaving real estate valued at £1,000, and ...

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  20. SOLDIERS SLANDERED.

    Following a meeting of the excutive committee of the Victorian branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League, the president (Mr. G. R. Palmer) ...

    Article : 536 words
  21. NIAGARA'S PASSENGERS.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Saturday.—Passengers from the s.s. Niagara resumed the journey to Sydney late on Friday night by the steamer Moeraki. The Australian crew ...

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  22. INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH.

    Major S. W. Patterson has been appointed director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Research in Pathology and Medicine, and will probably enter on his ...

    Article : 351 words
  23. THE TRUTH ABOUT MR. RYAN.

    Sir,—It is perhaps somewhat unusual for the editor of another journal to address you. but as my paper circulates almost entirely in the State of which Mr. ...

    Article : 497 words
  24. AIR SERVICE TO TASMANIA.

    If aviation in Australia were as far advanced as in other countries, the establishment of a temporary mail service between Melbourne and Tasmania, as ...

    Article : 202 words
  25. LABOUR PARTY BITTERNESS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The State Labour Conference at its meeting in the Protestant Had on Saturday did very little work. At times the proceedings were hoisterous. ...

    Article : 276 words
  26. MAILS INWARD.

    Advice has been received that 1,240 hags of mail for this State left San Francisco by the Ventura on June 10. ...

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  27. LAW NOTICES.—(This Day).

    HIGH COURT.—In Third Civil Court.—Before Mr. Justice Barton, Mr. Justice Isanes, Mr. Justice Duffy, and Mr. Justice Rich.—At 10.30—Motions: Moors v. Burke. ...

    Article : 265 words
  28. LEAKAGE OF CURRENT.

    The officers of the Metropolitan Board of Works are studying the corrosive effects that the leakage of current from the clectricfied section of the suburban railway ...

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  29. TAXI-DRIVER SHOT AND ROBBED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—At Wakefield, near West Maitland. Jack Thornton, a taxicab driver,of Everton street. Hamilton, was shot through the back on Saturday ...

    Article : 168 words
  30. BOY SMOKERS.

    Sir,—You have been given some letters the last week or two on the subject of flogging. This letter does not deal with the particular case that has been under ...

    Article : 351 words
  31. BLUE TRIANGLE APPEAL.

    Fulfilments of promises of donations to assist the appeal of the Young Women's Christian Association mae during the recent girls' week are coming in slowly, ...

    Article : 168 words
  32. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL.

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  33. CHILDREN OF FRANCE.

    Despite his arduous work at the Peace Conference, the Premier of France (M. Clemenceau) has found time to interest himself in the efforts now being made in ...

    Article : 109 words
  34. SHOWERS IN THE CITY.

    Following a dull, bleak day yesterday, smart showers fell in the city during the evening. Teh official weather forecast is: "General rain. some heavy falls, on the ...

    Article : 69 words
  35. AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS.

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  36. TAXATION OF CROWN LEASES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Royal Commission apointed to inquire into the Commonwealth taxation of Crown leaseholds concluded the hearing of evidence in Sydney ...

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  37. NEWLY-ELECTED MEMBER DIES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The death occurred on Saturday of Mr. L. J. O'Hara, who was elected member of the Legislative Assembly for Paddington three weeks ago. Up till ...

    Article : 114 words
  38. PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Tennyson Smith addressed the first of a series of meetings in advocacy of prohibition at St. Kilda last night, the mayor (Counciller Sculthorpe) presiding over a large attendance. Meetings will ...

    Article : 55 words
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