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  2. INTERNATIONAL LAW.

    Next month a conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law, which was founded last year by representatives of the ...

    Article : 270 words
  3. BUILDING INDUSTRY.

    Architects, builders, manufacturers, merchants, and anyone interested in building are invited to attend the public session of the first annual conference of the Building ...

    Article : 207 words
  4. BACK TO THE CHURCH.

    "Are the churches of Great Britain half empty?" remarked the Rev. J. Edwards when the P. and O. linear Mooltan berthed at Port Melbouen yesterday morning on ...

    Article : 273 words
  5. HIGH-CLASS NOVELTIES.

    On account of Japan's low manufacturing costs and the efficiency of her methods Europe felt the invasion of her markets, and feared it, said Mr. R. Nott, ...

    Article : 191 words
  6. BOY SCOUTS

    In a bulletin received from England the World Chief Scout (Lord Baden-Powell) appeals to all members of Boy Scout Associations to assist in dealing with the ...

    Article : 1,567 words
  7. Notes for Boys.

    Once upon a time a party of birdmen was jaunting down the Murray River [?] South Australia, and the cook's "offsider" on the steamer became greatly ...

    Article : 2,169 words
  8. CONCEALING WIRELESS SET.

    Mary Speecley, of Napier street, Fitzroy, was charged at the Fitzroy Court on Monday that between September 26, 1932, and June 26, 1933, she was the occupier of a dwelling in which was ...

    Article : 219 words
  9. WORKERS' COMPENSATION.

    PERTH, Monday.—The State Full Court decided that it could not deal with appeals against decisions of the local court on claims brought under the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 131 words
  10. DEAF AND DUMB SOCIETIES.

    The first report of the National Council of Deaf and Dumb Societies in Australia, which was formed in February, 1932, deals with the preliminary work of ...

    Article : 267 words
  11. WAR MEMORIAL AT CANBERRA

    "So long as there is money to be spent at Canberra, large numbers of the unemployed and unemployable of nomadic habits will naturally congregate at Canberra," said ...

    Article : 219 words
  12. CENSORSHIP OF BOOKS.

    CANBERRA, Monday.—This week the Federal Cabinet will consider the appointment of a book censorship committee to axamine imported books of a questionable ...

    Article : 62 words
  13. SUSTENANCE FRAUD.

    Charged with having on January 12, March 9, and May 4 made a false statement in an application for sustenance relief, Lawrence Thompson, labourer, of Clifton ...

    Article : 64 words
  14. FEES IN STATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS.

    Sir,—The position in regard to the payment of fees in State secondary schools has not been made quite clear to the public. In the country centres, where secondary ...

    Article : 377 words
  15. THE YARRA BOULEVARD.

    Sir,—The proposed Yarra boulevard, as planned at present, will spoil the great natural beauty of the Ya[?]ra banks in the neighbourhood of Kew, which is one of the ...

    Article : 365 words
  16. WIRELESS ON SHIPS.

    The committee appointed by the Minister for Commerce (Mr. Stewart) to inquire into the advisability of requiring small ships to instal wireless equipment ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. BETTING MONEY.

    A statement that the police had been given a ruling that betting money could not be confiscated in street betting cases was made by Detective-Sergeant Burrows in the North ...

    Article : 194 words
  18. WORK AND WAGES.

    One of the heaviest polls yet recorded in a ballot of the Theatrical Employees' Association took place for the annual election of office-bearers of the union, when an ...

    Article : 160 words
  19. TYRE LEVER CARRIED.

    When John Ross, aged 29 years, labourer, who had come from the country, was charged at the Brunswick Court on Monday with having carried a housebreaking implement Constable Prott sai[?] ...

    Article : 175 words
  20. CATHOLIC WOMEN'S SOCIAL GUILD.

    A week's retreat for members and intending members of the Catholic Women's Social Gu[?] will begin in St. Francis' Church on Sunday afternoon, July 16. The preacher will be the Rev. ...

    Article : 97 words
  21. FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    HOBART, Monday.—Albert Victor Ingaram, aged 19 years, of Tyenna, North-Eastern Tasmania, was fatally shot to-day at Camden Plains, near Mt. Barrow. He was one of a shooting party ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. HEALTH PROSECUTION.

    On charges of having smoked while handling meat and of not having worn a clean washable overall while handling meat, Thomas Sevior. The Parade, As[?] was fined £1 and 10/ ...

    Article : 53 words
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    WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF at Yarra Yarra links. Eliminating round:—(Left) Watching the games from the clubhouse verandah: Mrs. Green, Mrs. T. Shipman, and Mr. E. Bartlett. (Centre, left to right) Miss Mona MacLeod. who came second with 80 and 88. Miss Shirley Tolhurst third, with 86 and 84. (Right) Miss Sus[?]e To[?]hurst, who led the field with 80 and 78. She hroke the course record by two strokes during the afternoon round. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 75 words
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    CHAPEL IN FO'C'SLE.—The Goanese stewards on the P. and O. mail stoamers who come from the west coast of India are Roman Catholics, and have their own chapel in the fo'c'sle of some of the vessels. The photograph shows visitors at Port Melbourne before an altar. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    —(Sport and General, photo.) AUSTRALIAN APPLES IN LONDON.—Carrying the last shipmont of apples for the London market this season the Jervis Bay left Melbourne on Saturday. This shipment includes a record consignment of apples of a single ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 72 words
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    —(Associated Press, photo.) NEW TENNIS CHAMPION.— The latest photograph of Crawford, taken in Paris on June 5 hefore the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 30 words
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