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  2. HEALTH ADMINISTRATION.

    The third annual conference of the Victorian Grocers Association was held at the Chamber of Commerce yesterday, Mr.W. Olver presiding. The general secretary ...

    Article : 722 words
  3. CHARGE OF SHOPLIFTING.

    Found guilty of shoplifting before Mr. Justice Schutt, in the Criminal Court yesterday, a woman was recommended to mercy on the ground that great ...

    Article : 358 words
  4. RAILWAYS CHIEF MEETS COUNTRY CUSTOMERS.

    Believing that the best way to meet criticism is in a heart-to-heart talk with the critics, the chairman of Railways Commissioners (Mr. H. W. Clapp) took the unusual course of attending the annual meeting of the Country Railway Users' League of Victoria, held at the Town Hall yesterday. Mr. Clapp took the opportunity himself of criticising the uncontrolled competition of motor road transport and of assuring his country clients that no institution had done as much for the Interests ot the.primary producers as the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 107 words
  5. LONE STAR IN ACTION.

    The antics of Messrs. Perry Bros.' Lone Star at the Jump distinguished him in his ring performances. He tied with Once Again and Creamy in the High Jump yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words
  6. LANDLORD) AND TEXAXT.

    Certain repair work and additions to the Linohislurc Arms Hotel, at Keilor road. Essendon, were again the subject of litlgatton before Mr.Justice Mann in the ...

    Article : 360 words
  7. TAXPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.

    Substantial achivements a steadily increasing membership, and the growth of a taxation service to its members were recorded in the report which the president ...

    Article : 284 words
  8. WRONG CAR SUPPLIED.

    Richiard Miller, retired produce merchant, of Manninghan street, Parkville, brought an action yesterday against Michail John Shelley, of Rathdown street, ...

    Article : 453 words
  9. NEW STAMP-SELLING MACHINES.

    New devices to ensure effective operation are incorporated in the two new stamp-selling machines, which havo been installed at the Elizabeth street postil hall That on the left issues penny stamps, while from the machine on the right halfpenny stamps are obtainable. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 46 words
  10. MAKING RUBBER BATHING CAPS.

    Thousands of visitors daily inspect the varied the attractions of the Australian Exhibition, organised by the Chamber of Manufactures of Victoria. One of the working exhibits tn.it is arresting the attention of sightseers Is the section In which girl artisans of the Dunlop Rubber Company are making rubber bathing caps for the approaching season. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 57 words
  11. CAULFIELD PARK CONTROL.

    A question of some importance is involted in the recent action of the Caclfield City Couneil in communicating with its representatives in the Legislative ...

    Article : 330 words
  12. AERIAL DEMONSTRATION.

    Arrangements have been made for six aeroplanes to take part in the (flying exhibition to be given at the Essendon aerodrome on Saturday afternoon. The ...

    Article : 216 words
  13. ROAD ROLLER DEMONSTRATION.

    Engineers of country shires were Interclui in a working demonstration of a compound ID-ton steam road roller, made by Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth and Co Ltd.. England, which operated on a reconstructed section of King stroot yesterday. Features of the roller are tho working steam prcsviiro of 1801b and the stool flrobox. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 56 words
  14. SHOW TROT MISHAP.

    J. Jackson, driving Mr. D. H. Prince's Doubtful off scratch in the Victoria Handicap Trot at the Royal Show, came to grief In front of the grandstand, where the horse fell and the sulky overturned. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  15. LUDSTONE PTY. LTD.

    A petition ou behalf of Lndstonbe Pro[?]tary Limited for the sanetion of the Court to an alteration of the objects for which the company was formed, was ...

    Article : 367 words
  16. LIGHT AEROPLANES.

    Many inpunis have been received by the Civil Aviation department from landowners and others with country interests regarding the use in ...

    Article : 512 words
  17. AUSTRALIA AND DEFENCE.

    "Australia has to decide wheather the country will remain white, but the settle= ment of the country depends upon that," said [?] Colonel E. Pottenger, who was ...

    Article : 394 words
  18. EXTRAORDINARY ARENA INCIDENT.

    Of all the strange positions in which compotltors in the Jumping contests In the Show arena have found themselves, few have boon moro remarkable than that of the rider of Mr. F. W. Bowdon's Creamy, who slid gently ever his mount's nock, whlie the horse, with a puzzled expression,leant over the ralls having crashed through the jump at 6ft. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 64 words
  19. SHEEPDOG TRIALS.

    One of the most popular ring events of the Show is the sheepdog trials In which the working of sheep through hurdles and races by the dogs arouses the keonest enthusiasm of the spoctatois Mr. Thomas Whites Toss, a black and tan kelpie, put his unruly ohargos through from pon to pon In 14mIn. 5½sec. yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 60 words
  20. FOUND ON LINCENSED PREMISES

    The Acting Chief Justice (Sir Leo Cus[?] in the Practice Court yesterday. board argument on an order nisi to review a decision by Mr. McNannarn. P.M.in a ...

    Article : 369 words
  21. MOTOR STRIKES 'BUS.

    The hearing was concluded before judge Williams, in the Second Country Court yesterday. of an action in which [?] Fleming. of Swan street [?]. ...

    Article : 240 words
  22. NEDE MAN IN LANE.

    While walking to her home in Hotham street, St. Kilda, between 10 o' clock and 11 o' clock on the evenig of September 10, a young married woman was started to ...

    Article : 154 words
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