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  2. TRAMWAYS DEVELOPMENT.

    In an outline of the general scheme for the development of the tramways, the annaul report of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board, issued yesterday, ...

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  3. ANGLICAN SYNOD.

    At the Chapter House yesterday the first session of the annual Diocesan Synod of the Anglican Church was opened. Following a choral service in St. Paul's Cathedral the ...

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  4. PROTECTION OF FRANCE.

    M. Raymond Poin[?]are, the former President of the French Republic, whose many articles in the newspapers show the deepest distrust of Germany and insist on security ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    A one-day match was played by the Australians in the Lakes district to-day against a team selected by the mayor of Whitehaven. The teams were:— ...

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  6. FLOODS IN NORTH-EAST.

    Although isolated showers were recorded over the Northern, North-Central, and North-Eastern districts of Victoria yesterday, the effect of the heavy falls during the ...

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  7. JAPAN AND CHINA.

    It is now definitely understood that the Japanese Minister for War (Lieut,-General Tanaka) will be the military delegate to the Washington Disarmament Conference. ...

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  8. MINISTRY AND FARMERS.

    Members of the Farmers' Union party will meet at State Parliament House this morning to consider the Ministry's offer of a voluntary wheat pool, financially ...

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  9. Official Reports.

    Reports for the 19 hours ended 9 a.m. September 12 received at the Weather Bureau show that the Murray is in flood it Albury and Echuca, also the Ovens at Wangaratta, the Goulburn at Sey ...

    Article : 199 words
  10. LABOUR AT MORWELL.

    "We are all heartily sick and tired of strikes and unemployment, for they are not usually caused by the workers, but by the officials, who must sometimes ...

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  11. TEAMS COMPARED.

    HOBART, Monday.—Discussing the Australian team's performances in England. Mr. Joseph Darling, M.L.C., captain of the Australian teams in England in 1899, 1902, ...

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  12. Marquis of Milford Haven.

    The death is announced from London of Admiral the Marquis of Milford Haven, better known by the title (which he relinquished in 1917) of Prince Louis ...

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  13. MURRAY RIVER HIGH.

    WODONGA, Monday.—Though the flood water in the Wodonga Creek subsided slightly yesterday there is a decided rise to-day. It is expected that the waters ...

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  14. DEATH OF FILM ACTRESS.

    Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle, the film actor, has been detained by the police as the result of the death of Miss Virginia Rappe, a beautiful cinema actress; who ...

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  15. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    Sir,—In to-day's paper Mr. Donald Macdonald, under "Over." overlooks the historic last Test match of the famous 1902 team, which England snatched by one ...

    Article : 134 words
  16. "A Statement Challenged."

    Sir,—In reference to the remarks by Mr. Allan Macdonald at Winchelsea, reported on Saturday under the heading "A Statement Challenged," may I be permitted to ...

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  17. Reckless Spending.

    Lord Beaverbrook, formerly British Minister for Information, writing to the "Daily Express" from Berlin, states:—"While on the surface there is prosperity everywhere, ...

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  18. HONOURING FLINDERS.

    Interest in the proposal to erect in Melbourne a statue in honour of Captain Matthew Flinders, R.N., was revived last night in the Town Hall, when Professor ...

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  19. Longer Hours on Railways.

    The announcement by the Government of the abolition of the eight-hours day on the South African railways will not, it is though, lead to a strike. The railways ...

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  20. ANXIETY AT ALBURY.

    ALBURY (N.S.W.), Monday.—The steady rise in the Murray River at Albury to-day has occasioned keen anxiety among residents of low-lying parts of the town. The ...

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  21. CENSURE MOTION.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—There will probably be late sittings of the Legislative Assembly this week. The Government has decided that the censure motion debate shall· be ...

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  22. WAR SERVICE HOMES.

    After the meeting of the Federal Cabinet yesterday the Assistant Minister for Repatriation (Mr. Rodgers) said that in view of the assured success of the Diggers' Loan ...

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  23. Indian Rebellion.

    The religions procession of the Mohurrum festival has been forbidden at Cochin. Two Moplah rebel gangs are operating at Ernad, from which come persistent reports that ...

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  24. Express Train Derailed.

    Heavy loss of life has resulted from the derailment of an express train from Strassburg to Lyons, France. Thirty-six persons were killed and 80 injured. ...

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  25. A RECORD SHOW.

    For the first time electric trains will be used next week to convey visitors to the Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Flemington. By the substitution of electric ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLES.

    Two additional deaths have occurred as the result of the explosion on the submarine Deutschland at Birkenhead, making the total five. ...

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  27. Attack on Austria.

    The Council of Allied Ambassadors has sent to the Hungarian Minister in Paris a. Note, demanding the Withdrawal of Hungarian irregular troops from the ...

    Article : 61 words
  28. TRADES HALL COMMENT.

    Officials of the Trades Hall were reticent yesterday on the question of the new union reported to be in the course of formation at Morwell. It was pointed out, ...

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  29. People Leave Houses.

    ECHUCA, Monday.—The Campaspe flood caused many householders in the western side of the town to move out. The Chinese gardeners in that locality are busy ...

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  30. LABOUR "BOSSES."

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The executive of the Australian Labour party, Sydney, has intimated to the New South Wales Government that the Sydney City Council ...

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  31. SPORTING CABLES.

    The draw for the third round of the National Singles Championship at Philadelphia has matched Hawkes against Anderson, so that only one Australian can ...

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  32. PERJURY ALLEGED.

    Councillor Thomas Craine, of Washington street, Toorak, mayor of South Melbourne, was proceeded against by Plainclothes Senior constable Clinnick at the ...

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  33. BROWN COAL PLANT.

    The electricity commissioners stated yesterday that in spite of a clear announcement to the contrary, which has several times been made officially, and statement is ...

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  34. BOOKS CAUSE STIR.

    Heated debate took place at the Richmond Conned last night on the question weather three books should be allowed to remain in the Municipal Library. The ...

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  35. SCHOOLBOYS AND SPORT.

    SYDNEY, Monday. — Discussing the question whether school sports are harmful, the Rev. E. M. Baker, head master of King'a School, says.—"I would not like to ...

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  36. BUTTER 3D. A LB. CHEAPER.

    Owing to the decline in the London butter market, selling agents yesterday reduced the wholesale price of butter 28/ a cwt. (3d. a lb.) making quotations as ...

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  37. CLEMENTS WILL CASE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—The hearing was continued to-day in the Probate Court, before Mr. Justice Harvey, of the suit regarding the will of Frederick Moore ...

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  38. LITERATURE FOR "OUTBACK."

    Sir,—In answer to a letter from Mr. Hughan, Hamilton, today, asking if any literature is being sent tothose "outback," and especially to those who live by the ...

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  39. INVALID CARRIED INTO COURT.

    In connection with his application for a certificate of discharge, Henry Bertram Lamb was brought into the Insolvency Court yesterday on an ambulance stretcher. ...

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  40. CAMBERWELL RECOUNT.

    According to the first count in the Camberwell municipal elections, Councillor G. Coghill defeated Mr. A. Latham by 15 votes in the North Ward, and Councillor A. J. Willison defeated Mr. ...

    Article : 202 words
  41. OIL PROSPECTING.

    PERTH, Monday. — Messrs. Perkins, prospector, and Martin, field and laboratory expert, employed by a Melbourne company carrying on operations at Bremer ...

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  42. HEAD OF RIVER RACES.

    Sir,—As one who takes a great interest in the Head of the River races, it would be interesting if Dr. Kent Hughes would supply some particulars to support his statement ...

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  44. FINED FOR STREET BETTING.

    Michael Smith appeared at the North Melbourne Court on Monday, before Mr. Freemand, P.M., and honorary justices, on a charge of street betting, the transaction having been carried out in ...

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  46. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Arthur Brush, of 308 Park Street. South Melbourne, packer, Causes of insolvency:—Continued sickness of wife, high cost of living, and pressure of creditors, Liabilities, £74/8/4; assets, £14; deficiency, £50 ...

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