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  3. ST. KILDA ROAD TRAMS.

    The settlement made by Alderman Elliott at a meeting of the City Council on Monday, that the Minister for Public Works (Mr. Coudie), and not the Tramways ...

    Article : 384 words
  4. GREAT TOWING FEAT.

    The greatest towing feats ever attempted from Australin will be undertaken within the next few weeks be two Dutch tugs, the Willem Barendsz and the Vlannderen, now ...

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  5. TRAMS V. 'BUSES.

    Sir,—The Tramways Board has decided to electrify the trainway system between Melbourne and St. Kilda, Many members of the City Council, at a meeting held on ...

    Article : 503 words
  6. TUGS' OUTWARD TOW.

    The Willem Barendsz and Vlaanderen will have completed a round-the-world tow before they teach their home port at Amsterdam. The tugs left ...

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  7. FARMERS' CONFERENCE.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday.—The annual meeting of the Bendigo district council of the Farmers' Union to-day discussed many questions of interest to primary ...

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  8. MOTOR-'BUS SERVICES.

    Applications have been made to the Public Works department for 73 motoromnibus routes. Of these 48 are for routes no part of which is within three miles of ...

    Article : 1,097 words
  9. JANUARY TEMPERATURES.

    Though the end of January is approaching, the temperatures recorded during the month have been only moderate for this time of the year. The weather however, ...

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  11. SOCIAL EVENTS.

    The fourth wedding to be held in the handsome memorial hall at the Scotch College, Glenferrie road, was celebrated last evening between Donald, second son of ...

    Article : 550 words
  12. MELBOURNE SUBDIVISIONS.

    About 50 creditors of the Melbourne Subdivisions Co. met yesterday afternoon in the Town Hall. Mr. J. Woolf. president of the reconstruction committee of ...

    Article : 215 words
  13. Wireless from Exploring Party.

    A wireless amateur residing at Caterham (Surrey) had just finished working with an Australian station at 6 o'clock this morning when he received a faint call, ...

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  14. GENERAL CABLES.

    Winifred Westover Hart was victorious over William Hart, the cinema actor, in obtaining legal right to return to the screen under her full name until she ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    In his fortnightly report yesterday to the committee of management of the Melbourne Hospital, the medical superintendent of the institution (Dr. J. P. ...

    Article : 124 words
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