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  2. MUSEUM RE-OPENING.

    The Industrial and Technological Museum, now housed in the Queen's Hall of the old Public Library, was reopened to the public yesterday. The building has ...

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  3. DAILY WEATHER CHART.

    Explanatory notes Rain has follen. Light Gende or Mod. [?] Thunderstorm. Fresh. Strong Breeze. Fresh gale. R. Rough. M. Moderate. S. Smooth. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Governor-General has donated to the South-street Society a challenge cup, for competition in connection with the champion Highland pipe band contest at ...

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  5. HANDLING OF LIVE STOCK.

    Owing to the great nuisance caused to residents of Footscray by stock travelling through the district, via Geolong and Ballarat roads, the local council recently passed ...

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  6. THE LIQUOR TRADE.

    A protest was received at the meeting of Northcote council last night from the Jika Jika No licence League, against the action of the mayor (Cr. A. Tharratt) in ...

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  7. LOCAL NEWS.

    Last night an organ recital was given at St. Peter's Church by Mr. A. E. H. Nickson, with Madame Agnes Janson as vocalist. The programme included Claude ...

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  8. COUNTRY LIVE STOCK SALES.

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  9. BENDIGO.

    The Bishop of Bendigo, Rev. J. D. Langley, who is stated to be the oldest Anglican prelate in Australia, celebrated his 70th birthday on Monday, and was the recipient ...

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  10. DEMAND FOR EARLY CLOSING.

    The enclosed resolutions were passed by the congregation of the South Melbourne Methodist Central Mission at a Rechabite parade service conducted by Rev. F. Mason ...

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  11. GEELONG.

    Representatives of the city and suburban councils met on Monday evening, and discussed the proposal to amalgamate the municipalities. The question was ...

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  12. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.

    A marked change has taken place in the weather chart, since the week of the week. The broad monsoonal low pressure trough or valley has parsed off the mainland, and ...

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  13. CASTLEMAINE.

    Archbishop Carr arrived at Castlemaine an Saturday evening. He celebrated early mass on Sunday morning at St. Mary's Church, and afterwards proceeded by motor ...

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  14. MEETING AT WARRNAMBOOL.

    At a largely attended public meeting held in the town hall on Sunday, the Mayor (Cr. Landmann) presiding, the following resolutions were carried unanimously:— ...

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  15. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA

    LOCKILART.—Spledid rain has continued during the last couple of days, bringing the total to 3 inches. It is still cloudy and threatening. This is the best rain throughout the district for eighteen ...

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  16. ANTHRAX AT COLAC WEST.

    The herdsman reported at the meeting of the local shire council to-day that there had been an outbreak of anthrax at Colac West, and the Government inspector had ...

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  17. NEW SOUTH WALES STATION REPORTS.

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  18. SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The ninth annual memorial parade of the South African Soldiers' Association, in memory of the Victorian soldiers who died in the South African war, will be held at ...

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  19. NEW CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT MALDON.

    A new school which has been erected by the local Roman Catholic community was opened and blessed yesterday by Archbishop Carr. There was a large ...

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  20. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Margaret Smith, 47. widow, who lived at Greaves-street, St. Kilda, was found dead in the bath at her house yesterday morning by her daughter Jean. There were small ...

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  21. COUNTRY HOUSE SALES.

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  22. FORECASTS.

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  23. MAN'S THROAT CUT.

    Charles Bollow, 40, caretaker of Stott's chambers, 54 Market-street, was found in a bathroom of the building yesterday morning with his throat severely cut by a razor. ...

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  24. PECULIAR LICENSING CASE.

    In the local court to-day Robert Dowd, licensee of Sale Hotel, was charged with having adulterated whisky by adding water to it. ...

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  25. RIVERINA NEWS.

    On Saturday night a four-roomed dwelling, with contents, was destroyed by fire. It was the property of Mr. O. Kennedy, and was insured for £200 in the victoria ...

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  26. MOTOR COLLISION AT BRUNSWICK.

    In the curly hours of Sunday morning a collision occurred in Sydney-road, Brunswick, between a motor car containing three members of the Army Medical Corps and ...

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  27. THE RAILWAYS.

    At a meeting of the Mount Gambier corporation, Alderman Gerloff said he was grieved to see so few men engaged on the Mount Gambier-Portland railway works, ...

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  28. QUEENSLAND STATION REPORTS.

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  29. NEW SOUTH WALES TRAWLERS.

    An official trial was to-day made of the the State trawlers, the Korsage and Brolga. The party on board included the Chief Secretary (Mr. Wack), the Minister ...

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  30. HOTEL PROSECUTIONS.

    At North Melbourne court yesterday, Matilda E. Dixon, Old Hay Market Hotel, Flemington-road, was fined £2 for Sunday trading on 25th April last. Patrick K. Walsh, Metropolitan Hotel, ...

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  31. ELDERLY MAN FOUND DEAD.

    William Hewson, 86, one of the oldest residents of Kyneton, was found dead on the floor of his room this afternoon. He was last seen alive at 3.30 p.m. yesterday ...

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  32. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK SALES.

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  33. RAINFALL IN THE COUNTRY.

    ARARAT.—The rainfall here from Wednesday, to 9 a.m. on Saturday was 61 points. Several showers fell on Saturday afternoon. BERRY BANK.—About half an inch of rich has ...

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  34. RAILWAY YARDS A SEA OF MUD.

    The rain has converted the site of the temporary platform and yards at the Tocumwal railway station into a bog, and it is almost impossible to get near the trucks. ...

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  35. COUNTRY ROADS BOARD.

    The shire secretary reported at a meeting of the local council to-day that the Country Roads Board now owes the council a little over £3000. Cr. Dunoon said the ...

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  36. OLD MAN'S SAD FATE.

    John Sparrow, about 80 years of age, employed by Mr. O. Watson, of Lake Elizabeth, was in Kerang on Saturday, and left for home on horseback. This morning his ...

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  37. THE POLICE COURTS.

    In June of last year, Amy Hoycroft sued her husband, Frederick Hoycroft, for maintenance, and an order for the payment of 17/6 per week was made against him. A surety of £25 was needed, ...

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  38. MAN FALLS FROM TRAIN INTO CREEK.

    An extraordinary accident occurred at Marrar, resulting in a photographer named Newman sustaining serious injuries. Newman was travelling in the brake van of a ...

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  39. PROPOSED OARAMUT.—LAKE BOLAC LINE.

    The Railways Standing Committee visited Hamilton on Saturday in connection with the proposal to link up Caramut, Chatsworth. Woorndoo and Lake Bolac. ...

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  40. PROSPECTOR'S LAST SHILLING.

    George Calder, prospector, aged 55, of Sandstone, who had been missing for eleven days, was found in an underlay shaft. His head had been blown off with ...

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  41. ALLEGED ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO ROB

    Before Messrs. R. Coulson and J. Lang, J.'sP., at Collingwood yesterday, William Henry Barrett, 21, and John Band, 21, laborers, were charged with having in company assaulted George Hayes ...

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  42. THE WATER STORAGES.

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  43. INSOLVENCIES.

    Giles Brettoner, Mansfield, blacksmith.—Liabilisties, £59 10/; assets, nil. Causes of insolvency: Sickness of self and family, falling off in business, and pressure of creditors. Mr. Rossell, ...

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  44. RAINFALL COMPARISON FOR MELBOURNE.

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  45. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE

    At Prahron council on Monday night, Cr. Chambers moved—That the proviso at the end of the council's resolution of the 10th March, 1915, on the ...

    Article : 311 words
  46. TAXATION ON MOTOR TRAFFIC.

    Morrabbin council yesterday was asked to approve af the interim recommendations of the recent municipal conference to regulate local taxation on motor traffic. cr. ...

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  47. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  48. LAW LIST—THIS DAY.

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  49. ILLEGAL USE OF FISHING NETS.

    For having used nets in enclosed waters at Cunninghame, Albert Clifton and Alfred John Carstairs were ordered by Mr. C. J. Gray, P.M., at Cunninghame court to pay fines and costs ...

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  50. CHARGE OF STEALING IRON PIPES.

    On 29th April employes of the Colonial Gas Association lifted a number of cast iron pipes at Pootseray, and left them lying, on the side of the road. Next day they were mystified to find that ...

    Article : 287 words
  51. ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE.

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  52. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  53. EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC.

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  54. THE EARLY CLOSING LAW.

    At [?]endon court yesterday, John Studman was charged with having fresh most displayed for sale after 5 p.m. Evidence showed that defendant also stocked ...

    Article : 72 words
  55. Rainfall In Other States for 48 Hours Ended 9 a.m. Monday:—

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  56. CHURCH-STREET-BRIDGE

    That the following resolution of the conference of representatives of Prahran and Richmond councils be upproved, namely:—"That a deputation wait upon the Minister of Public ...

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  57. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

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  58. Advertising

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  59. Advertising

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  60. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA.

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