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  2. THE PULPIT.

    Mr. H.G.Clark, at the North Williams town Church of Christ last night preached from St. Matthew xx. 28, "Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered [?]to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 342 words
  3. ALBERT PARK.

    Following upon the decision of the South Melbourne Council to expend £12,500, in addition to the Government grant of £2,500 on improving Albert Park and ...

    Article : 434 words
  4. GEELONG DEFEATS ESSENDON.

    Geelong scored an [?] points victory it the expense of Essendon in the League football match on Saturday J. Warren, the Geelong rover, was awarded a free kick when thrown away from the ball by an Essendon player. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 42 words
  5. FINISH OF LILLIMUR TWO-YEAR-OLD RACE.

    A close finish was witnessed in the [?] two-year-old race at the victorian Amateur Turf Club's races at cauifield on Saturday, Garrula (in front) was leading from Ambassador near the finish but was beaten in the run home by a neck. Ambassador is owned by Mr.A.G.Barlow and was ridden by A. Behsman. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. NEW ELECTRIC TRAMWAY OPENED.

    For the first time an electric tramway service to the heart of the city was established yesterday, when cars began to run on the new line to West Brunswick from the cornor of Collins and William streets On Saturday morning an inspection of the new route was made, in a special tramear, by members of the Melbourne Goburg Brunswick and Essendon Councils in the middle of the front row are the chairman of the Tramways Board. (Mr. Alex Cameron), the Lord Mayor (Councillor Brunton), and Alderman Cabana of the Melbourne City Council. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 108 words
  7. DELEGATE TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    Mrs R.R.S. MacKinnon, of Sydney, is staying in Melbourne untill Wednesday, when she is leaving for Geneva to take part in the League of Nations Conference, Mrs MacKinnon his been a member of the Australian Red Cross Council since its inception. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 49 words
  8. "THE SUPREME TEACHER."

    The Very Rev. Prior Hogan, O.P., of East Camberwell, gave the third of his series of six lectures at St. Patrick's Cathedral last night. His subject was "The ...

    Article : 484 words
  9. MAN [?] HIS VOTE.

    Last evening the Rev. J. Jones, viear of All Saints'. St, Kilda preached one of a series of sermces arranged by the social questions committee of the diocose ...

    Article : 425 words
  10. DECORATIONS FOR THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    The vestibule of the Town Hall is lined with rows of flags mounted on standards in readiness for mounting on the poles which have already been placed in position in the city streets. This week Melbourne will be gaily decorated in honour of the American Fleet. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 56 words
  11. WINNER OF WATERLOO CUP.

    Ezie defeated Open Fire in the final course for the Waterloo Cup at Geelong on Saturday; he picked up the hare in 24 seconds. Messrs. Carter Brothers, of Wodonga, are the owners of the winning dog, and, in addition to the Waterloo Cup valued at £25, they Will receive £630 in prize money. There were 112 nominations for the event, which took four days to decide. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
  12. SEWERAGE AT SUNSHINE..

    Members of the Braybook Shire Council waited on the sewerage committee of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works on Thursday and arged that the ...

    Article : 248 words
  13. VALUE OF THE KINGDOM.

    Preaching at the Kew Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning, the Rev. H. Clark, of St. Kilda Presbyterian Church, took as his text St. Matthew vi., 10: "Thy ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. DOG AND CAT SHOW.

    The Melbourne Dog Fac[?] and [?] Cat Clun held its annual championship show at Wi[?] Park on Saturday The strongest competition was in Irish teriers, Pomeranians; ...

    Article : 417 words
  15. BASEBALL MATCH BETWEEN FITZROY AND SOUTH MELBOURNE.

    With the coming of the American Fleet interest in baseball, the national game of the visitors, is increasing On Saturday Fitzroy defeated South Melbourne by two runs to one. This match gave an opportunity of seelong in action the players who are to represent Australia in games against the fleet Left, W. Ponsford, the Fitzroy captain, who has been chosen to play for Australia, hits out and is about to run for first base The catcher is J. Ellis.. Right, J. Ellis puts [?] F. Pottor (Fitzroy), who Just failed it reach the plate at the home base. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 107 words
  16. PASSENGERS ON THE ANCHISES.

    Mr. and Mrs Sturt were among the passenners who left Melbourne by the Blue Funnel liner Anchises on Saturday They will spend a holiday in England and on the Continent. Mrs. Sturt is a daughter of Mr. W. J.'T. Clark. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  17. CHURCH STREET BRIDGE.

    Complaints were made by members of the Richmond Council at a meeting on Monday night that the reason why estimates of cost of the Church street bridge ...

    Article : 171 words
  18. IMPRISONMENT FOR BEGGING.

    Albert [?] and John Camereon were charged at the City Court on Saturday with having begged [?] Both pleaded not guilty, Constable;T. Broderick said — At half past 2 ...

    Article : 109 words
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