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    Memories of more than 20 years ago were revived yesterday by these men of the first A.I.F. now enrolled in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The War Cabinet yesterday decided to include ground maintenance personnel in the Air Expeditionary Force which will travel abroad at the end of the year. The force will now consist of 550 pilots and administrative staff, 2425 ...

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    BENDIGO, Monday. -- As a result., it is believed, of poisoning, a woman and her young son were found dead in their home in Condon- street, Kennington, ...

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    Between ceremonies that commenced with an academic procession, gay in color with cap and gown, and terminated -- per lantern photographic slide -- in the ...

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    CANBERRA, Monday. -- All wheat in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia has been acquired by the Commonwealth Government by a notice ...

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  7. Price Not Disclosed

    While declining to disclose the price being paid for Australian wheat by the British Government, the Minister of Commerce (Senator McLeay) said ...

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    SYDNEY, Monday. -- The possible blowing-up of the steamer Dalfram, and telephoned messages of the "impending assassination" of the consul- general for ...

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    The production of 80,000,000 dol. (£A16,000,000) worth of war planes and flying equipment to the order of Britain and France is being speeded up despite ...

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    The belief that pacifism was based on a mistaken view and that Christians should respond to the call of patriotism and take up arms, was expressed by ...

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    Co- ordination of all Baptist youth organisations and the appointment of a competent organiser were urged upon the Baptist Union of Victoria Assembly ...

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    Hawthorn police have not yet traced the mother or parents of a baby boy who was found abandoned on the back scat of a car in a private garage in ...

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    Although heavy rain fell over most of Victoria during the week end, officers of the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday that the weather was expected ...

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    Reporting to Camberwell council last night on the results of meetings held to enlist volunteers for service as airraid wardens, councillors were ...

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  15. Labor and Indi

    Delegates of A. L. P. branches in Indi will meet at Benalla on Friday week to recommend whether the party should endorse a candidate against Mr. McEwen, ...

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    Canon D. Garland, rural dean of Brisbane, died at his residence, St. Barnabas Anglican rectory, Ithaca, yesterday morning. Deceased, who celebrated his ...

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  17. Trades Hall Officers

    A successful year, financially and otherwise, was reported at the annual meeting of the Trades Hall Salaried Officers' Association yesterday. It was decided ...

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  18. Labor Increase Lead In . N.S.W. Election

    SYDNEY, Monday. -- A greater majority in the Upper Hunter by- election was gained by Labor's candidate, J. Y. Russell, with the counting of postal votes ...

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  19. Gippsland Federal Seat

    A Federal campaign committee, representative of branches of the Victorian Labor party, has been formed at Yallourn. It was decided to ask the ...

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  20. Riddell District Pioneer

    Mrs. Mary Griffin, one of the oldest residents of the Riddell district, died there at the age of 94 years. Deceased was born in County Clare, Ireland, on ...

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    Commanding officers of militia battalions have received orders to use their discretionary powers to exempt men from service where cases of financial hardship ...

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  22. Two Applications Only for Deep Sea Pilot

    When applications for a pilot in the Port Phillip Deep Sea Pilot Association closed with the Marine Board yesterday only two nominations were received. One ...

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  23. Safe Stolen from Hotel

    Thieves entered the Beaconsfield Hotel, Beaconsfield- parade, St. Kilda, early yesterday morning and stole a safe containing £330 in notes, silver and cheques. ...

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    Representatives of sixteen of the original 68 families which arrived in Melbourne on October 27, 1838, on the barque David Clarke, from Greenock, ...

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  25. Dr. N. C. Howse

    After a short illness, Dr. Neville Charles Howse, son of the late Sir Neville Howse, V.C., and of Lady Howse, of Melbourne, died in British Columbia ...

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  26. Floods in Wodonga District

    WODONGA, Monday. -- A sharp rise in the Little River over the week end sent it up to nearly a record height for the year. One of the few river bridges was ...

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  27. Footscray Council's Decision

    The pay om employes of the municipality when engaged on military duty was again discussed by Footscray council last night, with the object of clarifying the position following ...

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    The State Cabinet yesterday decided to have a short bill submitted to Parliament almost immediately suspending the operation of the State Fair Rents Act for ...

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  29. Dr. Stewart Ferguson

    The funeral of the late Dr. Stewart W. Ferguson moved from his residence, Kensington- road, South Yarra, yesterday afternoon, to the Spring Vale ...

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  30. Rise at Mildura

    MILDURA, Monday. -- The Murray at Mildura is expected to reach peak level within the next few days. Since Saturday morning it has risen 6 inches, and ...

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  31. Advertising

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  32. Two Acquitted by Sydney Jury

    SYDNEY, Monday. -- After a short retirement, the jury at the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions to-day acquitted Florence Thelma Ferris, 36 years, and ...

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  33. Snow at Healesville

    HEALESVILLE, Monday. -- With a sudden return to wintry conditions, snow has reappeared on the highlands overlooking Healesville. Mr. Juliet is thickly covered, and Mrs. ...

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  34. Mr. R. G. Robertson

    The funeral of the late Mr. Robert Gordon Robertson, of Pleasant- avenue, Kew, who died on Saturday from injuries received in an accident the ...

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    In a statement yesterday on the subject of thefts of motor cars, the president of the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (Mr. A. Kelly), said: -- 'It ...

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    ADELAIDE, Monday. -- A deficiency in the State finances of £240,000 for September and of £933,000 for the quarter ended September 30 is disclosed in a ...

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  37. Dental Association Questionnaire

    The president of the Victorian branch, Australian Dental Association (Mr. W. G. Tuckfield) states that, to enable members of the profession to play their ...

    Article : 207 words
  38. Coleraine's Centenary

    COLERAINE, Monday. -- Coleraine is en fete for the celebration of its centenary, and many former residents have revisited the town. ...

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  39. Mrs. E. L. Brydges

    The remains of the late Mrs. E. L. Brydges, Cecil- street, Kew, who met with a fatal accident on Saturday, were cremated at the Fawkner Crematorium ...

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  40. Railways Institute Credit of £10,609

    The annual report of the Victorian Railways Institute, presented at the annual meeting last night by Mr. H. Sergeant, Controller of Stores, on loan ...

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  41. Healesville Flower Show

    HEALESVILLE, Monday. -- Awards in the Healesville Horticultural Society's October competitions: -- Vase Mixed: Mrs. McGlynn. Vase One Variety: A. E. O. Jenkins. Three Vases ...

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  42. Third Party Insurance

    Referring to third party insurance Mr. Kelly said it was to be hoped that the State Ministry would not accept the proposal of Mr. Field, M.L.A., to amend ...

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  43. Eager Recruits in N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. -- As indicative or the magnificent response being made to the call for recruits for the 6th Division for service at home or abroad, more than ...

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  44. A.R.P. Meetings

    RING WOOD. -- Dr. J. A. H. Sherwin, chairman of the Red Cross Emergency Service, will deliver a short address and present St. John first aid and invalid cookery certificates to ...

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  45. Air Force Funeral

    The funeral of Flight- Sergeant Thomas Arthur Cole, of the Royal Australian Air Force, who died in Williamstown Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in ...

    Article : 150 words
  46. Congregational Sunday School Rally

    More than 600 scholars from Congregational Sunday schools scattered throughout the State attended tho rally in connection with the annual ...

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  47. Sale of Shop Fittings

    Under instructions from the agents for the liquidator, Messrs. J. W. Styles and Son. 340 Collins- street, report having held what buyers admitted to be the beat sale of its kind ever ...

    Article : 99 words

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