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  2. THIEVES ENTER FACTORY.

    Identification of a motor-car which was seen outside the premises caused the police to hasten their investigations into a robbery which occurred at the Gair ...

    Article : 480 words
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  4. TRADE REVIEW.

    For 10 days the stock Exchange showed a spirit of quiet optimism, which was reflected in the steady improvement in the prices of British funds and other ...

    Article : 691 words
  5. WEEK-END ACCIDENTS.

    BALLARAT,Sunday.—Constable Osborne, of sebastopol, yesterday reported the death of Mrs. Christina Fisher, aged 80 years in unusal circumstances. It ...

    Article : 238 words
  6. SOCIAL EVENTS.

    There was nothing to suggest a charge of season in the weather of Saturday, and thus it happened that the first day of the Antumn Race Meeting at Flemington was ...

    Article : 1,161 words
  7. STOLEN CAR BURNED.

    SYDNEY,Sunday,—Gallantry displayed by members of the Leiehhardt and Stanmore Fire Bridges averted a disaster in Paramatta road, Petersham, on ...

    Article : 326 words
  8. FELL THROUGH LEADLIGHT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday—Mysery surrounds the death of Frederick C.W.Wright, a grazier, of Weabonga, who was found unconscious in the bar-room of Adam's Hotel, ...

    Article : 145 words
  9. Judge's Daughter Killed.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday,— Miss Ethal Ewing, daughter of Mr. Justic Ewing, was killed yesterday. Accompanied by Miss J. West Tamer road. Miss ...

    Article : 465 words
  10. CHESS.

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  11. BOWIING CLUBS ROBBED.

    After forcing the front door of the Brighton Bowling Club's pavilion, thieves on Friday night blew open the door of a small safe in the office and stole £6 in ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. Attempts to Break Into Shops.

    Some time between Friday night and Saturday morning attempts were made by thieves to enter two shops in Maling road, Canterbury, but were not succesbful. From ...

    Article : 360 words
  13. INVALID BURNED TO DEATH.

    BRISBANE,Sunday.—Kate O'Toole,aged 73 years and invalid, who occupied a detached room at the home of Bridget Gainey at Bulimba, was burnt to death in a fire which destroyed the room ...

    Article : 22 words
  14. Money Market Unsettled.

    The money market is somewhat discorganised by the federal Reserve Bank of New York having raised the rediscount rate from 3 to 34 per cent. The Bank of ...

    Article : 108 words
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  16. MOTOR TRANSPORT.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.— At the meeting of the Bendigo branch of the Australian Railways Union complaint was made of the increased trafiic in the consignment of ...

    Article : 370 words
  17. MOTORDROME RACING.

    With the exception of the disastrous accident which occurred in the second heat of the Garden City Handicap, aa described elsewhere, the racing at the Motordrome on Saturdiy night was not ...

    Article : 598 words
  18. TIMBER SCHOONER WRECKED.

    HOBART,Sunday,— The schooner Leprena, of 100 tons, bound from Recherche to adclaide with a full cargo of timber, was wreeked on Friday on an uncharted ...

    Article : 236 words
  19. NATIONAL GALLERY.

    More than 150 people were present at the first, of a series of three "guide" lectures delivered in the National Gallery by Mr.Norman macgeorge on Saturday afternoon. The president of the ...

    Article : 256 words
  20. LESLIE TAYLOR ARRESTED.

    Leslie Taylor, aged 34 years, clerk, was arrested by Detectives O'Keef and Jones while driving a new single-seated car on the St. Kilda Esplanade yesterday ...

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  21. PRICE OF BUTTER.

    Sir,— Writer from Brunswick quotes statiststics showing the percentage of butter sold in Australia at a higher figure than that exported.Let me point out that ...

    Article : 150 words
  22. ST. KILDA GAMING CHARGES.

    Another development occured on Friday night in connection with the police investigations into allegations that illgal games were being carried on at some sideshows by men who had not been ...

    Article : 124 words
  23. MILL EMPLOYEES' PICNIC.

    On Saturday the Federated Millers' and Mill Employees' Association held its annual picnic. The bay steamer Hygela was chartered, and was filled with families determined to enjoy to the ...

    Article : 105 words
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