As a sequel to a series of robberies from the engineering works of Messrs. Galliers and Klaerr. Inkerman street, St. Kilda, Frederick William Jacobsen, aged 31 years, Moray street, South ...Article : 680 words
An action was commenced before Mr. Justice Cussen and a jury of six in the Third Civil Court yesterday, in which Lady Kellett is claiming £5,000 ...Article : 739 words
With a view to settling the dispute at the State coal mine the chairman of the Coal Industries Special Tribunal convened a conference, which met yesterday at the Chamber of Commerce building, William street. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 137 words
Councillor J. Royle (Essendon) has directed attention to the danger faced daily by the municipal employee who directs traffic at the corner of North street and Mount Alexander road. Drivers of cars often pass dangerously close to this official. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 43 words
At a meeting yesterday the gasworks strikers declared the whole of the coal and coko at the West Melbourne Gasworks "black." Yesterday morning this great heap of coko was receiving the attention of the carriers belonging to private contractors, to whom exception was taken by the strikers, and over whom the dispute arose. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 58 words
The trial of Walter Wells Miller, painter, of Earl street, Windsor, on a charge of having administered arsenic, causing bodily injury to Kin wife, with intent, to poison her, was concluded ...Article : 302 words
The trial was commenced, before the Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine) in the Criminal Court yesterday of Rachel May Foster, married woman, of Victoria street, ...Article : 246 words
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In aid of the new church fund of the Holy Trinity Church, Harnton,Her Excellency Lady Farstor yesterday opened a fete in the church hall grounds, Thomas street. From left to right:- Mrs. W. E. Ramshaw, Mr. Francis, M.H.R., Her Excellency, the Rev. Mr. Ramshaw, and the mayoress and mayor of Sandringham (Councillor and Mrs. Gibbs). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 61 words
At the offices of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday an Imperial bushel of wheat representing the 1924-25 harvest was accurately weighed, and the f.a.q. standard fixed for the season. From left to right:- Messrs. D. White, G. Bell, J. Gatehouse, V. Y. Kimpton (chairman, Corn Trade sectional committee), C. Judd, F. R. Dummett, and W. L. Raws. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 63 words
A County Court jury gave its verdiet yesterday in an action brought by Mrs. Lily Lavinia Legge, of Railway crescent, West Melbourne, against the Pioneer Touris". ...Article : 275 words
An old Punjabi, Ali Mahomet, who, through a Mohammedan interpreter, said that he could not member his age, but that it was "more than our times 20." was placed in the dock before ...Article : 288 words
One of the worst dust centres in Melbourne is the railways goods yards, Spencer street, where cross-currents send the dust swirling roof high at every gust. This blurred picture is of an unfortunate driver of a lorry caught in the centre of adenia cloud of dust yesterday afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 51 words
As chairman of the boys' work committee, Mr. H. E. Cohen is leading the Rotary Club in an effort to raise £10,000 for the Boy Scout movement, in a week's campaign to be opened soon after Easter, typical proteges of the Rotary Club are Illustrated. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 49 words
PERTH, Friday.—At the Inquest at Albany concerning the death of Isaiah Riley, a negro grehardist, who was shot in the trick on the perth road on February ll, Frederick Morgur ...Article : 204 words
Judge Wasley and a jury of four were called upon yesterday in the County Court to decide an action in which Mrs. Jane Wearne, of Lilydale, sought to recover. £104 from Frederick ...Article : 210 words
ADELAIDE. Thursday.—Thieves stole silk valued at £300 from the shop of James Grant, millinor and costumler, in Rundle street, Adelaide, last night. They broke a panel in the ...Article : 27 words
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