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  2. BETTIG CHAKGES DISMISSED.

    Three decisions of the North Melbourne Court of Petty Sessions in relation to betting charges were attacked, by the Crown, before Mr. Justice Mann in the Practice ...

    Article : 539 words
  3. PUBLIC SIGNS MOTOR-BUS PETITION.

    Members of the travelling public who sympathised with the motor-bus owners and employees responded readily yesterday to the appeal for signatures to a po[?]tion praying His Excelloncy the Governor to summon Parliament to reconsider the rofusal of certain routes to motor-buses. Conductresses of the Kintrak Co. seated at tables at various parts of the city had little difficulty in persuading passers-by to register their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
  4. BLUEJACKET'S MISADVENTURE AT PORT MELBOURNE.

    When the gangway was being rin out from the deek of H.M.A.S. Sydney, which berthed at the Town Pier yesterday on a visit with H.M.A.S. Brisbane to Melbourne, a bluejacket lost his footing and tumbled headlong Into the water. He managed to scramble out on to a pile and was soon rescued. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 57 words
  5. PARTNERS AT VARIANCE.

    The hearing of a claim concerning a [?] of partnership two deeds of indenture and a will and codicil of a deceased partner in a well-known firm of architects, ...

    Article : 865 words
  6. INVESTOR'S FAILURE.

    In August last Samuel Howell, an investor, of Queen street, Melbourne, filed a petition in insolvenoy. His debts were set down at £130,979/19/[?] of which ...

    Article : 284 words
  7. BLASTING SNAGS IN THE YARRA.

    It is the intention of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works to cloar snags and dead timber from the Yaira between the now Church street bridge and Templestowe with the object of minimising floods Snags when discovered are loosened by charges of golignito (the resultant water disturbance Is spectacular) and are then hauled from the river by forest devils (Inset) and steam tractors Hundreds of tons of firewood which may be devoted to charitable use have already been obtained The photographs wera tnkon at the rear of Burnley Pnrk ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 96 words
  8. INTOXICATED DRIVERS.

    Mr Justice Mann, in the Practice Court yesterday, made absolute an order nisi obtained by the Crown to review a decision of the Court of Petty Sessions at ...

    Article : 236 words
  9. NEW CITY BUILDING.

    On the site of Monahan's Buildings, now being demolished, at the corner of Swanston stre[?]t and Flinders lane, will be erected a structure 132ft.- high, on a base 90ft. x 200ft. It will be one of the finest buildings in Melbourne. The design Is by Mr. H. A. Norris,317 Collins street, to the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 61 words
  10. ROBBERY CHARGE FAILS.

    On n charge of robbery in company, George Mason, John Harvey, and Doris Young, a young woman, appeared for trial before Judge Woi[?]rski in General ...

    Article : 281 words
  11. AFFRAY AT GIPSIES' CAMP.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z),Tuesday.— The Invercargill police are inquiring into a shooting affray at a gipsi[?]'s camp [?]ear Edendale, which was visited by party ...

    Article : 74 words
  12. MOTOR-CYCLIST INJURED.

    Suffering from severe head injuries, leopold Glynn, aged 21 years, of Packington street; Kew, was admitted to,St. Vincent's Hospital at half-past 8 o'clock "yesterday ...

    Article : 75 words
  13. DISPUTE OVER COMMISSION.

    Reserved judgment was given by Judge Deth[?]ge in the Country Court yesterday in an action in which Richard Francis Fi[?]gerald, estate agent, of Collins street, [?] A[?]ee Margaret Walsh for ...

    Article : 452 words
  14. HOTEL AT YARRA JUNCTION.

    Nearly two days were devoted by the Licensing Court to hearig an application by joseph Paul, of Yarra Junction, for a certificate authorising the issue of a victu[?]er's license to him in respect ...

    Article : 435 words
  15. PARLIAMENTARY TRIP TO GEELONG.

    Several members of the Victorian Parliament accompanied the visiting members of the South Australian Parliament who, with their wives, were the guests of the mayor and council of Geelong yostcrday. In this group at Spencer street, before the departure of the special train, from left to right are:- Messrs. Bell,.M.L,C. Billson, Jewell, and Lemmon (in the distance), M.L.A.'s, Edgar, M.L.C.; Morley,M.L.A.; Smith, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 78 words
  16. DESIGNS FOR NATIONAL BANK.

    Premiatcd designs in the competition for new head offices of the National Bank of Australasia Ltd. are illustrated. Messrs. A. and K. Henderson's first prize design was published yesterday. On the left is tho second prize effort of Messrs. Gibbs, Finlay, and Marshy. The design on the right was awarded third prize It was the work of Messrs P. B. Hudson and Wardrop, winners of the National War Memorial ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 74 words
  17. CLEVER PICKPOCKET.

    "That was the smartest bit of pickpocket work that I have heard of," said Mr. Knight, P,M., in the City Court im Wednesday when Arthur Ceri[?], aged 28 years, Mirrej road, South Yarra, appeared ...

    Article : 363 words
  18. THEFT FROM NEWPORT WORKS.

    James M[?]ntosh, an employee of the Railways department, appeared before Messrs.P.J.Conlon. P.M., P.R.T[?]rney, T. Gotte[?] and J. Mill[?]rd. J.P's in the Brunswick court on ...

    Article : 296 words
  19. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.

    John Sutherland aged 35 years appeared before Mr.A.A Kellet, P.M, in the St. Kilda Court on wednesday charged with having been found without lawful excuse on the premises of the ...

    Article : 269 words
  20. ASSAULT ON CONSTABLE.

    While walking along a Lane at the rear of Francis, street, South Melbourne, on the night of February 3. Constable Mackay, of South Melbourne heard a young [?] using obscene language and ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. ENGLISH CAPTAIN UNFURLS PENNANT.

    Mr. A. E. R. Gilligan, captain of the visiting English team of cricketers, yesterday unfurled the V.C.A. 1924 premiership pennant at tim [?] of Head street and Murphy streot. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
  22. MANUKA DELAYED.

    Due to sall for New Zealand at 11 o clock yesterday morning the Union Steamship Company s Manuka was delayed for six hours through labour troubles At the advertised hour of sailing streamers linked the deck rail and the wharf while friends bade farewell to the passengers After hours of waiting the crowd began to drift away before the vessel left Inset, torna of the Malvern Tramways bandsmen, booked for the Auckland championships. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 75 words
  23. STOLEN SHIRTS.

    William Lindsay was charged before Judge Wo[?]ski in General Sessions yesterday with having broken and entered the warehouse of T. A. Maxwell Pty Ltd, Victoria street, Melbourne, ...

    Article : 179 words
  24. WATERED MILK.

    Before Messrs.P.M[?]laren. F.W. Dawborn, T.H.Kit[?]hi[?], and W.J. Lan[?]ster, J.P.'s at the Hawth[?]n Court on wednesday, Robert Daley, dairyman, of K[?]t street, Richmond, was charged ...

    Article : 242 words
  25. UNPROVOKED ASSAULT.

    On a charge of having inflicted grie[?]ous bodily harm on Stewart [?]rgo,Morton O'Brien, postal linesman of [?]rkly street, St.Kilda, appeared in the St. Kilda Court on Wednesday. Messrs. ...

    Article : 176 words
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