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  3. SCIENCE CONGRESS.

    The Science Congress resumed its activities at the University yesterday, and members of all sections were busily employed in discussion and in the reading of papery. ...

    Article : 889 words
  4. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    HIGH WATER.—This Day; 5.30 a.m. and 5.48 p.m. Post Office clock, at 1 p.m., 4 sec. slow. ARRIVED,—January 12. ...

    Article : 699 words
  5. THE PRICKLY PEAR PEST.

    The eradication of the prickly-pear [?] was the subject of a discussion between the chemistry and biology sections. The general view expressed by the speakers ...

    Article : 182 words
  6. MACQUARIE ISLAND'S FUTURE

    Schemes for the development of Macquarie Island were outlined by Sir Douglas Mawson in a paper which he delivered before the biological section. The lecturer ...

    Article : 174 words
  7. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Correspondents forwarding letters to " The Age " are requested to state distinctly whether or not such letters have been sent to any other newspaper. ...

    Article : 62 words
  8. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    There is much anxiety among all interested in problems of labor to know the true position in regard to the Commonwealth Arbitration Court. The ...

    Article : 1,707 words
  9. FATIGUE IN INDUSTRY.

    The need for a greater study of the effects of industrial fatigue formed the subject of papers read in the social science section by Mrs. E. Osborne aud Mr. H. ...

    Article : 78 words
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    Public opinion is probably the most important of all factors in the settlement of industrial disputes. When the facts of a case are plain, and there is no doubt as to ...

    Article : 2,387 words
  11. PAPERS IN OTHER SECTIONS.

    Papers of varied scientific interest were contributed in other sections. The trend and nature of ocean currents flowing round Australia were dealt with by Mr. ...

    Article : 287 words
  12. THE ITALIAN S. SILE.

    The Italian steamer Sile, 65[?] tons, which arrived at the breakwater pier, Williamstown, on Monday from Colombo, in ballast, unexpectedly went into dry dock last evening. It was reported ...

    Article : 93 words
  13. WRECKAGE SIGHTED.

    SYDNEY.—The Navigation department on Wednesday was advised that the pilot at Eden reported passing, two miles north of Billangabee, portion of a deck house, about 10 feet by 6 inches, ...

    Article : 79 words
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  15. SCIENCE ORGANISATION.

    The organisation of science was the subject of a paper road in the physics section by Professor Laby, of Melbourne University. It led to some pointed criticism ...

    Article : 413 words
  16. Dependants of Officers.

    Action has been taken by the committee of the Commissioned Officers' Widows and Dependants'. Association to claim on behalf of its members more generous pension ...

    Article : 378 words
  17. Subsidised City Brass Band.

    There was a very large attendance in the Town Hall from midday until 2 p.m. yesterday, when the recently founded Returned Soldiers and Sailors' League ...

    Article : 303 words
  18. FATAL CASE OF SNAKEBITE.

    ADELAIDE.—Mr. Castle, who resides in a lonely spot in the vicinity of Lenswood Forest Range, left home on Sunday with his wife and child, a son, James ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. A MISER'S SUICIDE

    SYDNEY.—A coronial inquiry was held on Wednesday into the circumstances surrounding the death of Rudolph Herman Bock, 59, laborer, who was found dead in ...

    Article : 152 words
  20. AN ABANDONED REFERENDUM.

    SYDNEY.—Rev. R. B. S. Hama[?] president of the New South Wales A[?]ance, expressed his indignation on Wednesday at the statement of the Premier that ...

    Article : 193 words
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  22. Allen Children in the North.

    BRISBANE.—The annual conference of the Queensland Teachers' Union carried a resolution on Wednesday to amend regulation 130 to provide that children of alien ...

    Article : 142 words
  23. HIGHWAY OF THE AIR.

    A somewhat gloomy view of the possibilities of aviation for commercial purposes in Australia was advanced by Mr. G. Taylor in a paper read before the ...

    Article : 265 words
  24. A FEAST FOR THE LAWYERS

    SYDNEY.—The legal costs arising out of the protracted inquiry into soldier settlements administration before Mr. Justice Street are expected to be particularly ...

    Article : 62 words
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