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  2. AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO

    CANBERRA, Friday. — An increased tariff on unmanufactured tobacco was sought by the deputy leader of the Opposition (Mr. Forde) when the ...

    Article : 732 words
  3. BUTTER PRODUCTION

    Figures issued yesterday indicate that exports of butter from Australia in the period from July 1, 1935, to March 14, 1936, amounted to 74,573 tons, compared ...

    Article : 519 words
  4. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT

    Further evidence to that given in November last was offered on Friday to the warden (Mr. A. Hill, P.M.) in the proceedings in which the Ballarat East ...

    Article : 549 words
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    The dry season is having its effect on the volume of water passing down the Goulburn Valley from the Eildon weir and hydro-electric station. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 24 words
  6. DISEASE TO FIGHT RABBITS

    Results of a preliminary inquiry made in Great Britain by Sir Charles Martin have justified further investigation and experiment with a new virus disease for controlling rabbits. This work will be conducted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial ...

    Article : 853 words
  7. GEELONG AND DISTRICT

    The warden (Mr. M. Steedman, P.M.) on Friday dealt with an application for the forfeiture of a lease at Steiglitz, held by Arthur B. Peden, on the grounds that ...

    Article : 838 words
  8. OTWAY WATER CATCHMENT

    BEECH FOREST, Friday.—A meeting of the Otway Shire Council was held to-day to discuss settlement in the Arkins Creek area. Mr. McDonald, M.L.A., Mr. ...

    Article : 297 words
  9. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT

    A party of municipal representatives from Newcastle (N S.W.), and others interested in the abattoirs who are at present in Victoria, visited Bendigo and were ...

    Article : 536 words
  10. DEMAND FOR HIDES

    Further increases in the prices of hides baye occurred recently in all Australian markets, according to a statement issued yesterday by the Master Tanners and ...

    Article : 700 words
  11. Armoured Car Regiment in Camp.

    HORSHAM, Friday.—The annual camp of the 1st Armoured Car Regiment is being held at the Horsham Showgrounds. Men are drawn from Murtoa, Dimboola, ...

    Article : 78 words
  12. BOY RIDING TO SYDNEY

    WODONGA, Friday.—Percy Lennon, aged 16 years, of St. Kilda, who left Melbourne on Tuesday to ride the horse Redlock to Sydney, met with an accident ...

    Article : 247 words
  13. Colliery Dispute Unsettled

    A deadlock continues between the parties to the dispute at the Sunbeam Colliery at Korumburra, where about 80 miners have been idle for some time. An ...

    Article : 129 words
  14. CAMPAIGN FOR RODNEY

    ROCHESTER, Friday.— The first campaign meeting of the Rodney by-election for the Legislative Assembly was conducted by Mr. W. Dunstone (U.C.P.) at the ...

    Article : 391 words
  15. DEBT ADJUSTMENT

    Stating that there appeared to be some misunderstanding in commercial circles regarding the "disclaimer" provisions of the Farmers' Debts Adjustment Act, the ...

    Article : 425 words
  16. Recovery After Accident

    Irma Cook, aged 14 years, of Berry's Creek, is making a good recovery from injuries received recently when her hair was caught in an engine which was driving a ...

    Article : 54 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 69 words
  18. Public Works Tenders

    Included in the tenders accepted by the Public Works Department in the week ended March 20 is one for £ 1,439 for remodelling and alterations to the ...

    Article : 507 words
  19. News from Cities and Towns

    When Mr. J. Farrell, fisherman, of South Warrnambool, was transferring a catch of 30 boxes of trout from a seine net to a dinghy in the bay the weight proved too much, and ...

    Article : 154 words
  20. CORRYONG SHOW

    CORRYONG, Friday.—The "Back to Corryong" celebrations began to-day with the annual show, which was officially opened by His Excellency the Governor ...

    Article : 1,004 words
  21. ARARAT

    Albert Shannon, also known as Harridge, was committed for trial at the Willaura Police Court to the Court of General Sessions. Melbourne, on a charge of perjury. It was alleged ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  22. MOTOR AMBULANCE AT WARRAGUL

    Sir,—The sub-committee handling the purchase of an ambulance for the West Gippsland Hospital wishes to state that in its opinion the controversy between the ...

    Article : 242 words
  23. SCARCITY OF DUCK

    Sir,—The Premier (Mr. Dunstan)is reported to be considering a close season for duck, because of the scarcity of birds owing to the large numbers shot. May I differ, ...

    Article : 174 words
  24. OTHER DISTRICTS

    CRANBOURNE.—Before she left the district Miss Mary May, who has been a teacher in St. John's Church of England for two years, received a gift of a pair of crystal vases from ...

    Article : 999 words
  25. Sports Meetings BALRANALD EVENTS

    BALRANALD, Friday.—The annual meeting of the St. Patrick's Sports Club results:- Final Maiden Handicap, 100 yards—G. Cousins (6 yds), 1; A. Davies (5), 2. 0.11. Amateur ...

    Article : 283 words
  26. RIVERINA

    The Albury ambulance management, having paid sales tax on the bricks used in the erection of its new station, has decided to make application for a refund, it having been ...

    Article : 544 words
  27. BENDIGO BUDGERIGAR SHOW

    BENDIGO. Friday. — The Bendigo Budger[?] Canary, and Cage Bird Society held its [?] show in the Memorial Hall to-day. Entries showed an increase on last year, with large representation[?] ...

    Article : 155 words
  28. Advertising

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    Advertising : 22 words
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