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  2. Display Advertising

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    Advertising : 287 words
  3. CITY LOAN OF £250,000.

    Before general business was, dealt with at the quarterly meeting of the City Council yesterday Councillor Brunton, who has been elected unopposed to the office ...

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  4. SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    Notwithstanding the firm declaration by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) in the early part of 1923 that in no circumstances would the sugar [?]mbargo be continued ...

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  5. ALDERMEN ACCUSED.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—When the Royal commission which is investigating allegations of civic corruption resumed its sittings to-day evidence was taken ...

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  6. SOCIAL EVENTS.

    As a welcome to the delegates to the 37th annual convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of Victoria, a reception was held in the Independent ...

    Article : 238 words
  7. QUEENSLAND LETTER.

    BRISBANE, Thursday. —The Prime Minister finished his tour of Queensland on Tuesday. In the course of a fortnight by means of railway, motor-car and aeroplane ...

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  8. WIRELESS BROADCASTING.

    Many requests have been received by the Broadcasting Company of Australia Pty. Ltd. for the broadcasting of time signals from the Melbourne station, 3LO. during ...

    Article : 106 words
  9. Programme for Nov. 11.

    The following programme for to-day is announced, by the Broadcasting Company of Australia Proprietary Limited (call sign 3LO, wave length 1,720 metres): ...

    Article : 715 words
  10. lady Mayoress Entertains.

    The Lady Mayoress (Mrs. W. Brunton) marked the beginning of her husband's second year of office as Lord Mayor of the City of Melbourne last evening by ...

    Article : 273 words
  11. RACING SENSATION.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—There are strong suspicions that the bay gelding Parvenu, owned by Mr. Colin. Stephen, chairman of the Australian Jockey Club, was ...

    Article : 308 words
  12. WORK AND WAGES.

    Officials of the Blacksmiths' Society state that dissatisfaction has been expressed throughout the iron trades, particularly among the blacksmith and ...

    Article : 161 words
  13. GRAMMAR SCHOOL SPORTS.

    The annual combined athletic sports meeting of the Associated Grammar Schools, which had been postponed twice on account of bad weather, was held yesterday afternoon on the M.C.C. ...

    Article : 894 words
  14. COMMONWEALTH LOAN.

    It was announced yesterday by the secretary to the Federal Treasury (Mr. J. R. Collins) that the subscriptions towards the Commonwealth loan of ...

    Article : 83 words
  15. ADVANCEMENT OF BLIND.

    There was a very large attendance at the 29th annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of the Blind last night Mr. W. C. Willmott, a ...

    Article : 276 words
  16. WILFUL CRUELTY.

    Charged with having permitted a horse to be used in circumstances involving cruelty, Mathew William Harold O'Neil, of Pascoevale road, Moonce Ponds, ...

    Article : 217 words
  17. BRIGHTON FATALITY.

    At the City Court yesterday Leslie Mahon, aged 20 years, of Claremont avenue, Malvern, was charged with having killed Margaret Lillian Alford,(aged 17 years, of ...

    Article : 377 words
  18. "RESULT MOST SATISFACTORY."

    BRISBANE, Monday. — The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) stated last night that the result of the loan raised in Australia was most satisfactory. Various ...

    Article : 188 words
  19. DEATH OF HAROLD BESLEY.

    SYDNEY, Monday. — Detectives who are investigating the circumstances attending the death of Harold Vincent Besley, at Milson's Island, Hawkesbury River, on ...

    Article : 181 words
  20. THE "COURIER ANNUAL."

    The well-earned reputation that the Christmas number of the Launceston (T.) "[?] Courier" has enjojed will be still [?] by the excellence of the ...

    Article : 165 words
  21. ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY.

    At a well-attended meeting of the council of the Alfred Hospital auxilliary, the reports of the branches were presented to the acting chairman (sir Brudenell White), and without exception ...

    Article : 143 words
  22. TRAMWAY BREAKDOWNS.

    The chairman of the Tramways Board (Mr. A. Cameron) said yesterday that it had been reported to him that much trouble had lately been caused on the ...

    Article : 126 words
  23. New Charge Preferred.

    Immediately he had left the City Court after having been released on bail in connection with a charge of manslaughter, Leslie Mahon, aged 20 years, motor-driver, ...

    Article : 77 words
  24. RAILWAY STATION BURNT.

    The offices and station buildings at the Manangatang railway station were destroyed by fire at about 3 o'clock yesterday morning. The cause of the the fire is unknown. A report submitted to ...

    Article : 131 words
  25. THIEVES ACTIVE.

    Breaking a side window at St. Francis's Church at the corner of Lonsdale and Elizabeth streets on Sunday night, thieves, thought by the police to have been boys, ...

    Article : 72 words
  26. MILITARY DEFAULTERS.

    Declared to be [?] hours short in his military training, Edward James Legg, of Sandown road, Flemington, was charged at the Essendon Court yesterday, before Mr. C. J. Rogers, P.M., with ...

    Article : 187 words
  27. DRUNK AND RESISTING.

    Peter Donnelly, aged 33 years, bookmaker and Robert Pollock, aged 26 years, clerk, were each charged at the Collingwood Court on Monday, before Mr. [?] McNamara, P.M., and Messrs. [?] ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. Thrown From Motor-cycle.

    WARRAGUI, Monday. —Mr. James Kennedy, son of Mr. James Kennedy, farmer, of Gainsborough, was thrown from his motorcycle on Sunday afternoon when ...

    Article : 85 words
  29. RECITAL BY MR.ELVINS.

    Mr. Harold Elvins, the Australian pianist, who has returned after 18 months abroad, will give a piano recital in the Masonic Hall on Thursday, November 20. ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. Housebreaking at Caulfield.

    Mr. Leslie Cohen, agent of Wynna road, Caulfield, reported to the detective office yesterday that between 5 o'clock and a quarter past 6 o'clock on Saturday ...

    Article : 62 words
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  32. OBSCENE LANGUAGE.

    At The Malvern Court on Monday, before Mr. J. Conlon, P.M., and Messrs. A. R. Bailey, T. Patterson. D. Macmillan, H. Wilmot, and J. Birch, J. P.'s, Thomas Gibson, labourer, of Elizabeth street, ...

    Article : 69 words
  33. FIRE IN TAILOR'S SHOP.

    Noticing smoke coming from windows in the upper floor of a building occupied by Messrs. Quirk and March, tailors, in Little Collins street, between Russell and Exhibition streets, a person ...

    Article : 91 words
  34. INSANE MAN ACQUITTED.

    WELLINGTON (N. Z.), Monday. — Clifford Odlin, who was presented at the Wellington Supreme Court on a charge of having stabbed a girl in Nairn street ...

    Article : 67 words
  35. SUBURBAN PROPERTY SALES.

    On Saturday afternoon at Preston Messrs. Duncan and Wellor, with whom were associated Smith, Nicholson Pty. Ltd., offered for sale by auction a subdivision known as the Regent ...

    Article : 154 words
  36. WHARF LABOURER SENT FOR TRIAL..

    Edward [?], aged 24 years, wharf labourer, appeared before Messrs. T. B.Wade. P. M., T. Hewitt, and F. S. Young, J.P.'s, in the North Melbourne Court on Monday, on a charge of having ...

    Article : 61 words
  37. KNOCKED DOWN BY LORRY.

    John Burke, aged 70 years, of Jellcott street, West Melbourne, was treated at the Melbourne Hospital yesterday afternoon for lacerations of the scalp and fractured ribs. Burke was knocked ...

    Article : 42 words
  38. FOREIGN TRIMMERS ARRESTED.

    Charged with being prohibited immigrants, Otto Schroeder, trimmer, aged 21 years; and Richard Muller, trimmer,aged 25 years, were lodged at the city waterhouse yesterday, after having been arrested ...

    Article : 35 words
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