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    The Presbyterian General Assembly of Victoria begun its annual session to-day in the Assembly Hall, Collins street. PROFESSOR SKENE'S SERMON. ...

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    The Australian children who sailed from Melbourne in July last year under contract to work in a touring company known as Pollard's Lilliputian Opera ...

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    The action brought by Captain Peter Federovitch Varawa, formerly of the Russian Imperial Guards, against Howard Smith and Co. Ltd., was continued ...

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    At a terrific speed the comet of Halley is momentarily [?]ring that critical period when, passing betwen us and the sun, it is expected to enwrap the earth ...

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  8. A Great Secretary

    [?] of the [?] which was so splendidly rea[?] Imperial Press Conference [?]Mr Harry E. Brittain ...

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  9. Methodist General Conference

    The Methodist General Conference of Australasia, which meets every three years, will during the present month assemble in Adelaide. ...

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  10. The Chancellor's Portraits

    In answer to the request of a committee representing all sections of the University. Sir John Madden has kindly consented to sit for his portrait ...

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    The Treasury Gardens, situated at the eastern end of the city, at one time enjoyed the distinction of being the best wooded park in or around Melbourne. ...

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  12. Antarctic Exploration

    Professor David, of Sydney, who will be in Melbourne towards the end of this month, has agreed to deliver a lecture at Hawthorn on his ...

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  13. Papuan Goldfields

    [?] to the particulars given in [?]on Friday relative to [?]goldfields. Mr J. J. Hulsh, of [?] stating that he has ...

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  14. The London Bank

    According to the particulars supplied in the directors' report at the ordinary general meeting of the London Bank of Australia, held on May 2, the profits ...

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  15. [?] Employes Organise

    [?]of the employes connected [?]several theatres throughout [?]wealth decided some time [?] an association to protect ...

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  16. Australian Poetess' Children

    The Minister for External Affairs (Mr Batchelor) has received a suggestion from a number of citizens to the effect that the children of the ...

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    Mr Tait, the Chief Railway Commissioner, made an interesting statement to-day regarding the railway earnings. The gross revenue of the railways, ...

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  18. Dirty Railway Carriages

    Complaints have been frequent of late about the dirty state of the railway carriages on some of the suburban lines. Mr. Tait, chairman of Commissioners, ...

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  19. Question of Nomenclature

    [?]like to ask the lecturer if [?] with Mary Ann Tomtit," [?] was Mr A. J. Campbell, [?]leading ornithologists ...

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  21. Home for Destitute Children

    Since July 1908 the Home for Destitute children in Grattan street. Carlton, has been under the care of the Sisters of St. Joseph. The Institution has ...

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  23. The Second Chamber

    At the monthly meeting of the Historical Society of Victoria to be held at the society's rooms. 421 Collins street, on Thursday evening. Professor ...

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