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  2. THE TOWN COUNCIL.

    At the ordinary fortnightly meeting of the council fixed for Tuesday evening last, there were present the Mayor (Cr. J. P. Crichton) and Crs. Rogers, ...

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  3. DIED SUDDENLY.

    At 6.30 on Monday morning, Dr. Rosenfield received an urgent message from a house at 90 Raglan-street. He answered the call without delay, and ...

    Article : 290 words
  4. DEATH OF KING EDWARD VII.

    Patriotism and loyalty amongst a nation's subjects are the two main attributes to its continued existence and prosperity, and doubly does this apply in the ...

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  5. CHURCH NEWS.

    Special "In Memoriam" services will be held at Holy Trinity to-morrow (22nd inst). At the evening service the Mayor and councilors will be present. ...

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  7. ITEMS OF NEWS.

    Two children residing in Port Melbourne, named Edith and May Somes, aged respectively 10 and 13, who attend the Graham-street State school, have ...

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  8. SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY AT GRAHAM STREET METHODIST CHURCH.

    To-morrow (22nd) is to be observed as Inauguration Say at Graham-street in connection with the New Sunday School Department of the Methodist ...

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  9. DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER.

    Cr. T. Smith has been appointed deputy returning officer for the Legislative Council elections to take place on June 2nd. The polling places over ...

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  10. THE RECENT STRIKE.

    A letter has been received by the council from the Chief Secretary of State, replying to the council's letter or the 21st ult, complaining of the ...

    Article : 170 words
  11. MOTOR CAR ACT.

    The first case instituted under the provisions of the Motor Car Act was before Messrs. Smith (chairman) Rogers and Francis J's.P., when a young man ...

    Article : 337 words
  12. MAINTENANCE.

    At the local court on Thursday, Mrs. Christina Cumberlidge charged her husband, Edmund, with leaving herself arid child without adequate means of support. ...

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  13. TREE PLANTING.

    Mr. Charles Matton. of Bain-street, writes to the council expressing a wish to plant a few trees in front of his house, and asks for information ...

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  14. THE LOCAL RECHABITES.

    The usual business meeting of the Rising Star Tem, No. 30, was held in the Temperance Hall on Thursday, May 12, Bro. 11 Constable occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 82 words
  15. HALF A GUINEA PIPE.

    Mr. Bradley's biograph entertainment, always to the fore in the matter of introducing new items, will contain an entirely novel and exceedingly ...

    Article : 145 words
  16. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    The Holy Trinity Harriers' Club held a pack run last Saturday, starting from the Hygeia. A. Spooner, who had charge of the pack, selected a course along the river ...

    Article : 113 words
  17. TOWN HALL SERVICE.

    In order to pay our tribute of respect to our late King, this issue of the "Standard" was printed at a time which enabled our staff to attend the public service, therefore ...

    Article : 48 words
  18. DISPENSARY COMMITTEE.

    On Thursday evening, the 12th inst., the usual monthly meeting of the Dispensary Committee was held. There were to delegates present, and Mr. Turnbull ...

    Article : 264 words
  19. THE PERILS OF MARRIAGE.

    "Worried" writes:—"I married a widow who had a grown up daughter. My father visited our house very often fell in love with my step-daughter, and ...

    Article : 138 words
  20. YOUNG LADY'S COMPLAINT

    To the Editor of the "Standard." Sir,—Would you kindly permit me space in your paper to inquire if the Seamen's Institute in Beach-street is a ...

    Article : 253 words
  21. REMINDERS.

    In our advertising columns, Mrs. Johnston announces that she has disposed of her confectionery and manufacturing ice cream business, at 99 ...

    Article : 71 words
  22. HIS START IN LIFE.

    "When I took my first brief" said the prosperous Canadian barrister (recounting his career), "I was very nervous and excited, especially as my ...

    Article : 129 words
  23. THE CARPENTER'S SERENADE.

    A lath! I quite a door you dear; I've hallways loved your laughter, Oh, window you intend to grant The wish my hopes are rafter? ...

    Article : 105 words
  24. Advertising

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  28. Stubborn as a Mule.

    A bad cough is more stubborn than mule, and, if the right method is not used, it is more difficult to conquer. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and ...

    Article : 65 words
  29. Advertising

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