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  4. UNSETTLED CONDITIONS CONTINUE

    In the metropolis today, weather conditions were cool and cloudy. The forecast for the ensuing 24 hours is: Cold, cloudy, light showers. ...

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  5. IN OTHER STATES

    Now South Wales,--Cloudy in south-west and on central coast districts, with a few showers in extreme south-east Snow at Nimitybelle; elsewhere clear. ...

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  6. TODAY'S WEATHER CHART

    With the eastward drift of the Antar ctic low pressure wave to Southern New Zealand, pressure over the south-eastern corner of the maintained and Tasmania has risen considerably during the last 24 hours. Cloudy and showery conditions. however, are still being maintained over the districts near the coast, east from ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. PEACE BIBLE TO BE GIVEN TO THE STATE PARLIAMENT

    This evening a Bible will be presented by the Governor, Sir Arthur Stanley, on behalf of the British and Foreign Bible Society of Victoria to the ...

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  8. STANDARDISING LEATHER

    For some time past the institute of Science and Industry has been interesting itself in the question of the standardisation of Australian leather. ...

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  9. AVIATORS MEET

    Twenty-two new members, the majority being returned flying officers, submitted their names at a special general meeting of the Victorian section of ...

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  10. A CHEMIST'S MISTAKE

    After having heard the claim made by Edith Edna Baker, of 19 Brighton road, St. Kilda, for £249 from F. Newman, chemist, of 181 Carlisle street. ...

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  11. ACCOUNTANCY EMPROVED

    In its second progress report, the Royal Commission on Navy and Defence Administration recommended the adoption of a system which would ...

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  12. TASMANIAN SESSION OPENS

    The first session of the now State Parliament opened this afternoon. The Governor's Speech foreshadowed legislation for State insurance and ...

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  13. NAVAL PAY CONSIDERED

    Much interest was aroused among naval men by the announcement of the Naval authorities some time ago that, in view of the low rates of pay for the ...

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  14. SERVICE HONORS DETAILED

    In our first Edition today particulars are given of the service distinctions gained by the troops who are returning on the transport Port ...

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  15. SCHOOL CHILDREN FETED

    Continuing their celebration of peace, about 6000 school children from the various schools of Malvern were given an entertainment in Central Park this afternoon by the Malvern ...

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  16. PERMITS TO KILL OPOSSUMS

    Some years ago tho native opossums, which were protected for a portion of the year only in Victoria, were placed upon the whole year protection list, because, in most districts, ...

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