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  3. CHEAP MEAT FROM CORIO QUAY MR TUDOR WANTS DIRECT SALE IN MELBOURNE, TOO.

    "It seems extraordinary to me that the retail prices of meat at Geelong should be lower than in the suburbs round Melbourne," said Mr. F. G. ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS. DRYSDALE.

    Closely following upon the recent Young People's Society's social came that of the St. James' Church Workers' which was held last Wednesday ...

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  5. FRIENDLY AND DEBITING SOCIETIES SEWING CIRCLE.

    The South Geelong Methodist Ladies' Sewing Circle hold its final meeting for the year, on Wednesday. Members during the year have done good work ...

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  6. FRUIT TOPPING SCANDALS.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, the estimates of the Department of Agriculture were considered in Committee. ...

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  7. ASHBY METHODIST GIRLS' GUILD.

    Met on Monday evening. Mrs. Flockart, the president, presided. Arrangements were made for the closing evening, which is to take the form of a ...

    Article : 89 words
  8. FOE'S WESTERN LINES.

    The "Chicago Daily News" publishes the following despatch from its Berlin correspondent, Mr. Raymond Swing—"I do not believe the Allies can ...

    Article : 600 words
  9. SPORTING. THE GUN.

    A shoot is to be held at North Geolong this afternoon by the Geelong Gun Club, and the programme includes a £5 sparrow handicap and starling and ...

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  10. NOBLE-STREET METHODIST GIRLS' GUILD.

    On Tuesday it was decided to hold an old members' night on December 14. Mr. W. Roberts judged a prepared reading competition between a team of six ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. CYCLING.

    The Geelong West Cycling Club will hold an 8-mile road race on the Ballarat road this afternoon, starting at 3 o'clock sharp. ...

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  12. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The N.D.A. Rifle Club will not hold any more shoots until after the Christmas holidays. A social was held at St. John's ...

    Article : 75 words
  13. W.C.T.U.

    Members of the W.C.T.U. are reminded that the final meeting of the year will be held on Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the Aberdeen-street ...

    Article : 77 words
  14. LETHBRIDGE.

    A meeting of the Red Cross Society was held on Saturday, 26th November. It was decided to hold a social on 15th December, when the numerous raffles ...

    Article : 255 words
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  16. BANNOCKBURN.

    When the Shire of Bannockburn called tenders for an 8-10 ton motor roller, it was specified that besides being thoroughly equipped as a roller, it should ...

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  17. ST. GEORGE'S GIRLS' GUILD

    held its last meeting for the year on Wednesday in the schoolroom. Miss Berrins was in the chair. Syllabus item. "Bible Study." After the exercises Mr. ...

    Article : 44 words
  18. THE WOMEN'S EVANGELICAL GUILD.

    At the final meeting for the year, which was held on Thursday evening in the Sons of Temperance Hall, the president occupied the chair. Apologies were ...

    Article : 210 words
  19. MARSHALLTOWN

    A very successful concert was held in the local schoolroom on Saturday evening last. The hall was packed, every available seat being taken up. The ...

    Article : 252 words
  20. NO BUTTER FOR OVERSEAS IF EXPORT RUSHES PRICES UP.

    "As the people of Australia are the biggest customers for Australian butter," said Mr. F. G. Tudor, the Minister for Customs yesterday, "they should ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. WINCHELSEA WATERWORKS TRUST.

    There were present at the monthly meeting yesterday—Commissioners W. Hopkins (chairman), P. McCallum, J. B. Farqubarson, J. McLennan, J. ...

    Article : 624 words
  22. GEELONG MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION.

    The president, Mr. F. Keighley, presided over a fair attendance. The syllabus item was a prepared essay competition. The subject was: "John ...

    Article : 225 words
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  24. GEELONG MECHANICS' INSTITUTE

    The monthly meeting of the committee was held last evening. The secretary reported the receipt of the following donations:—American magazines ...

    Article : 316 words
  25. ST. ALBANS

    A joint installation of the officers of the various divisions of the Sons of Temperance in the Geelong district will be held in the local Temperance Hall on ...

    Article : 296 words
  26. THE GEELONG DISTRICT NURSING SOCIETY

    Held its final meeting for the year yesterday at the Mechanics' class room. There will be no meeting until the first Friday in February. During the ...

    Article : 198 words
  27. THE CARE OF THE HAIR.

    Although everyone is not dowered by nature with luxuriant locks, it is within the power of all to improve the hair by exercising the proper care and ...

    Article : 279 words
  28. C.Y.M.S.

    On Monday night, with the president, Rev. Father Brickley, in the chair, one member was elected, and three nominations received. The syllabus item was ...

    Article : 33 words
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  30. WINCHELSEA.

    The monthly meeting of the Winchelspa Patriotic League was held in the Shire Hall on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. P. McCallum in the chair. The Junior ...

    Article : 492 words
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