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  2. METHODIST HOME MISSIONS.

    The jubilee year of the Methodist Home Mission Society of Victoria is now being celebrated, and the Rev. A. T. Holden yesterday gave a brief outline of the society's ...

    Article : 649 words
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  4. THE RIVERINA.

    At Albury Police Court John Wilson Bird was charged with having stolen a parcel sent by post containing jewellery and money addressed to L. Bird, Albury, the property of the ...

    Article : 571 words
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    Advertising : 335 words
  6. COLAC.

    The Lavers Hill athletic sports were held on Saturday. Results:—Novice Chop, 37 inch girth, O. Henricksen, 1; F. Henricksen, 2. Time, 28sec. Won by a second. Novice Foot Race, 100 ...

    Article : 188 words
  7. UNIONS AT VARIANCE.

    To determine which of the two unions should prevail on the coalfield at Yallourn, a ballot of employees of the Electricity Commission was held by the Trades Hall ...

    Article : 397 words
  8. BENALLA.

    The engine for the Tatong train when leaving the shed collided with the Yarrawonga motortrain, which was stationary. Slight damage was done to the cowcatcher and radiator on the ...

    Article : 161 words
  9. DAYLESFORD.

    Mr. J. MacDonald, managing director of Hepburn Spa Ltd., has been appointed a justice of the peace for the Midland Bailiwick. Daylesford will be represented by an exhibit ...

    Article : 106 words
  10. KERANG.

    A peculiar case was decided before Mr.Cook, P. M., and Mr. T. P.Cooper, J. P.'s, at the Kerang Court on Wednesday. Inspector Alan Bolton proceeded against John Coleman, official assignee ...

    Article : 194 words
  11. PROFESSIONAL ATHLETICS.

    The advantages of athletics in character building were cutlined by Mr. H. A. abbott, a member of the Victorian Amateur Athletic Association, when addressing ...

    Article : 249 words
  12. MINISTERS' STIPENDS.

    The annual conference of the Methodist Church of Victoria and Tasmania was continued at Wesley Church yesterday, when the President (the Rev. W. Harris) ...

    Article : 1,165 words
  13. KYNETON.

    The balance-sheet submitted to the committee of the annual charity Foundation Day carnival showed a net profit of £129/1/9. The total receipts were £608/14/7, and the expenditure ...

    Article : 265 words
  14. KORUMBURRA.

    At the annual meeting of the Ladies' Benevolent Society Mrs. T. M. Knight was re-elected president, Mesdames Harrison and Fraser vice-presidents, Mrs. Bourchier secretary, and Mrs. Scott ...

    Article : 72 words
  15. RIVERINA AS NEW STATE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Mr. Killen, M.H.R., addressed the New States Commission today on behalf of the movement in the Riverina. He said that it was more than ...

    Article : 185 words
  16. ROCHESTER.

    At the meeting of the Rochester Shire Council the Central Riding asked for an extra rate of 6d. to raise £371/19/ for interest and sinking fund on loan and maintenance. The North-west ...

    Article : 127 words
  17. SALE.

    At the annual meeting of the Sale Football Club Mr. J. J. Breheny was elected president, Messrs. T. Kerton and T. V. Trood vice-presidents; Mr. A Hannah secretary, and Mr. A. T. Wasley treasurer, ...

    Article : 46 words
  18. ST.ARNAUD.

    At a clearing sale at Mr. D. J. Ross's Rosslyn estate, at Gowar East, 2,229 sheep averaged £2/6/2 a head, while 600 breeding cwes made the splendid average of £2/17/1 a head. Most of the estate ...

    Article : 127 words
  19. WIRELESS VALVES STOLEN.

    STAWELL,Monday.—H. V. Shuttleworth, aged 17 years, pleaded guilty at Stawell Court to-day to the larceny of three wireless valves, flexible wire, and two wireless terminals from Stawell ...

    Article : 167 words
  20. STAWELL.

    At the Stawell Court Victor Valentine was charged with having had in his possession a shawl, books, a case, and brushes, believed to have been stolen. Mr. W. C. Wilson, P.M., sentenced him ...

    Article : 98 words
  21. WARRACKNABEAL.

    Fire on Saturday night destroyed the House occupied by Mr. W. Thompson. The loss is estimated at more than £200. There is small insurance, but insufficient to cover the loss. ...

    Article : 35 words
  22. DIMLY LIGHTED STATION.

    Sir,—Will you allow me to call attention to the ridiculously meagre light provided by the Railway department at the suburban railway stations, owing to which ...

    Article : 159 words
  23. WANGARATTA.

    A branch of the Commonwealth Bank is to be opened at Wangaratta. The North-Eastern Co-operative Society shows continued progress, the turnover for the ...

    Article : 103 words
  24. OTHER DISTRICTS.

    ANNUELLO.—A young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Macallum died in the Manangatang Hospital. The child had to be driven in a jinker along rough roads from their place on the River ...

    Article : 2,534 words
  25. DISMISSALS FROM RAILWAYS.

    BALLARAT, Monday.—Speaking as a member of a delegation which waited on the City Council to-night, Mr. McAdam, M.L.A., said that he had received information that afternoon that more ...

    Article : 128 words
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