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  2. Display Advertising

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    Advertising : 444 words
  3. TOWN AND COUNTRY UNION.

    Sir,—We hope that the new party will make great strides. We must congratulate ourselves that it is trying to open some people's eyes to the fact that our ...

    Article : 459 words
  4. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Messrs. E. C. Clarke and L. Stewart left Perth on Saturday in an attempt to lower the motor-cycle and sidecar record to Sydney. ...

    Article : 376 words
  5. SURFING TRAGEDY.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.— Two lives were lost in a sensational surfing tragedy at Tuggerah this morning. The victims were:-WILLS. JOHN WILLIAM. station officer of ...

    Article : 198 words
  6. MOTOR-'BUS STRIFE.

    Strong protests Which have already been raised against the motor bus regulations will be supported at a meeting at the St. Kilda Town Hall to-night. Considerable ...

    Article : 537 words
  7. Floods in Queensland.

    BRISBANE Sunday.—Owing to the fact that 17in of rain was experienced at Innis[?] lost night, and [?] fact that rain continued to-day flood conditions are prevalent ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. GOOD FALLS AT BROKEN HILL.

    BROKEN HILL (N.S.W.) Sunday—Good rains have been recorded in Broken Hill and district. The rains will greatly benefit the pastoral in dustry. In Broken Hill 59 points were registered. ...

    Article : 49 words
  9. Reports From the Country.

    BENDIGO Sunday.—More than half an inch of rain fell during the week-end. All sporting fixtures in the district were cancelled. In some of the wheat-growing areas in the north, the heavy ...

    Article : 178 words
  10. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DUTIES.

    Sir,—The few selected prices quoted by Mr. J. Hume Cook, secretary of the Australian Industries Protection League, in to-day's issue, in support of his ...

    Article : 498 words
  11. NO. 7 ROUTE.

    The restoration of the No. 7 Kintrak 'bus route from Melbourne along St. Kilda road, Wellington street, and Dandenong road to East Malvern, will be suggested ...

    Article : 138 words
  12. "LABOUR NEVER STRONGER."

    SYDNEY,Sunday— The leader of the Federal Labour party (Mr. Charlton) speaking yesterday afternoon at a Labour picnic at Clifton Gardens said that the ...

    Article : 282 words
  13. NEW GUINEA.

    Dr. B. W. Cilento, chief of the Institute of Tropical Medicine at Townsville (Q.), who, for the last year, has been "on loan" to the Home and Territories department, ...

    Article : 388 words
  14. NO. 7 ROUTE.

    Sir—Harry C. Gibson is still begging the question. If he lives in East Malvern he must return home in the evening and the cost of a second class ticket ...

    Article : 165 words
  15. TASMANIA'S NEEDS.

    HOBART, Sunday.— The Premier and Treasurer (Mr. Lyons), who returned from the Treasuiers' Conference in Melbourne speaking of the results, said;—"I am ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—It is to be deplored that some of those who oppose the efforts of the Town and Country Union to arouse the national conscience and encourage clear thinking ...

    Article : 491 words
  17. MISLEADING THE PUBLIC.

    Sir—It sureley should be regarded as essential by any man holding a Ministerial position that, when making public statements on matters of fact. he should speak ...

    Article : 473 words
  18. PASSENGER AIR SERVICE.

    ADELAID. Sunday.—Mr. H. J. Larkin, representing the Larkin-Sopwith Aviation Company and Australian Aerial Services Limited, arrived in Adelaide this ...

    Article : 148 words
  19. SUBURBAN ACTIVITIES.

    The Ringwood Borough council proposese to recommend at the next Municipal Conference that under the Transfer of Lands Act it be mide compulsory for transterrers of land to notify the ...

    Article : 495 words
  20. TARIFF BOARD'S POWERS.

    Sir,—The chairman of the Tariff Board is reported in your issue of to-day as objecting to my statement that his board had power to affect taxation and states ...

    Article : 131 words
  21. ROUTES AT GEELONG.

    GEELONG, Saturday. — There is every indication that a motor'bus war will occur as a result of the announcement of the routes determined by the Geelong City ...

    Article : 291 words
  22. PENALISED TRAVELLER.

    Sir,— "Disgusted" complains about railway mismanagement.How would he like this? Through helping a woman and four children out of the carriage I failed to ...

    Article : 83 words
  23. SERIOUS CHARGE LAID.

    A complaint made by a girl to the criminal investigation branch on Saturday evening led to the arrest of Clement Etechell. aged 21 years, plasterer, by Detective McPherson, Etchell was ...

    Article : 49 words
  24. LATE SPORTING.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The principal events of the championship carnival of the New South Wales Ladies' Amateur Swimming Association held at Munly, on Saturday afternoon, were the ...

    Article : 304 words
  25. HORSE TRAINER ARRESTED.

    On a charge of having conducted street betting, James cubitt, aged 59 years, horse-trainer, was arrested in spencer street by Plain-clothes Constable Dunn on Saturday afternoon. ...

    Article : 32 words
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    Advertising : 424 words
  27. SPRING STREET-MIDDLE PARK SERVICE.

    Sir,—Through the Motor omnibus Act, I have been forced to discontinue the 'bus services between Spring street and Middle Park, via South Melbourne. I wish to ...

    Article : 178 words
  28. BOXING.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—At the end of the eleventh round Louies Plees, the Belgian boxer, signified that he had bad enough in his contest with "Tony" Fairhall at the Stadium. Fairhall had a good ...

    Article : 73 words
  29. YACHTSMAN'S PLUCKY RESCUE.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.— During a sailing rate on the Brisbane River yesterday afternoon, J. Pritchard was accidentally thrown overboard from the Evelyn. The ...

    Article : 130 words
  30. THE GUN.

    GEELONG, Saturday.—The geelong Gun Club held its championship ahoot to-day. There was a large afterdance of shooters, and the event could not be finished, as the supply of birds was not ...

    Article : 57 words
  31. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—"Resident" altogether misses the point of my letter. We all appreciated the direct connection with the heart of the city, such as No. 7 'bus provided at the ...

    Article : 255 words
  32. TO-DAY'S ENTERTAINMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 142 words
  33. HEAVY-WEIGHT BOXING.

    PERTH, Friday,—"Era" Waddy (12.8), the holder of Australisian heavy-wieght championship, met "Blackie" Miller (13.5), the challenger, in a 20 round bout for the belt to-night. ...

    Article : 120 words
  34. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    NAPIER—Sailed — Feb. 7 — Barradine for London. LYTTELTON.— Sailed.—Feb. 8. Coolana, for Newcastle. ...

    Article : 44 words
  35. THEFT FROM STATIONERS.

    Between 6 o'clock yesterday morning and 6 o'clock last night the premises of Norman Bros. Ltd., stationers, Elizabeth street, were broken into by thieves, who forced the lock on the front ...

    Article : 48 words
  36. SEAMEN FIGHT.

    A fracas between four coloured Feamen of the steamer Paki-Paki and three white seamen of the steamer Norwich City occurred about 7 o'clock on Saterday evening near the old railway ...

    Article : 188 words
  37. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 97 words
  38. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 248 words
  39. CHARGES AGAINST GIRL.

    Complaints have been recently made by residents in North Carlton that thefts had been perpetrated at their homes by a girl who would work for two or three days as a maid, and then disappear. ...

    Article : 124 words
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