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  4. NEW MINISTRY NAMES.

    Sir Alexander Peacock, the new State Premier, in succession to Mr Lawson, informed the Governor this afternoon that his Ministry would be as follows.-- The only new Minister is Mr R. F. Toutcher, M.L.A., ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. £10,000 FOR LORD DUDLEY'S BRIDE

    LONDON, April. 24. -- Mr Lionel Monckton, the composer and critic, who died on February 15, left £79,517. ...

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  6. DOCTOR CALLED BY RADIO

    Doctor's prescriptions and advice had to be wirelessed from shore to the steamer Zealandic during her voyage to Australia. ...

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  7. WOMAN AND ARMED THIEF

    Miss Margaret Gorman station mistress at Glen Iris, who was held up at 10 o'clock last night by a thief who ...

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  8. NINE YEARS AGO

    'Anzac Day! On this morning nine years ago the Australians landed on the Gallipoli beach, which has become immortal as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. STOP PRESS

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  10. SEAPLANE AT DARWIN

    DARWIN, Friday. -- WingComander Goble and Flying Officer M'Intyre, of the Royal Australian Air Force, who are ...

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  11. FOOTBALL STARTS TOMORROW

    Tomorrow afternoon begins the struggle for supremacy in the football field. While cricketers consider that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. FOOTBALL NEWS

    Great week-end Sports Budget in Pages 2, 3, 4 and 10, including "Kickero's" complete news and comment. ...

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  13. QUEENSLAND LOAN

    LONDON, April 24. -- The Queensland loan has been applied for fivefold. The conversion applications a mounted to between £6,000,000 and ...

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  14. DAME NELLIE'S BANGLE

    Dame Nellie Melba has lost a black jade bangle, which she treasured as a keepsake. It happened last right at the opera. ...

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  15. WEATHER FORECAST

    Fine in the north-west; further cloud and shower on and south of the Ranges, but gradually improving. ...

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  16. NEW SYDNEY ISSUE

    LONDON, April 24.--Commenting on the unexpected appearance of an issue of £1,000,000 in five per cent. debentures by the city of Sydney, "The ...

    Article : 121 words
  17. BETTER THAN BOGEY

    SYDNEY, Friday. -- Mr. Eastway, of Melbourne, is endeavoring to break golfing records in Sydney. In addition to his great performance at Bonnie ...

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  18. WEATHER PROPHET'S LIFE

    The daily life of a weather prophet will be revealed in a special article by Mr. H. A, Hunt, Commonwealth ...

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  20. CROSSING SMASH

    As a sequel to a collision between the 5.40 p.m. down train to Whittlesea and a motor car on the Woodstock crossing, at Yan Yean, on April ...

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  21. SETTLING MIGRANTS

    This year the State Immigration Bureau has experienced exceptional success in placing country migrants in country occupations. Officials of the ...

    Article : 134 words
  22. GIRL SURPRISES BURGLAR

    At 10.40 last night Mr M'Coll, Longmore street, St. Kilda, telephoned to the police that, as his daughter entered her bedroom a few minutes ...

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  23. FACTORY ABLAZE

    Fire caused damage to the extent of £2000 at the furniture factory of Messrs Tail and Feddy, Budd street, Collingwood, last night. ...

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  24. WHIRLED BY SHAFTING

    LAUNCESTON, Friday. -- Henry Davis, a builder, had a miraculous escape from death yesterday. He was examining the belt on a wood-planing ...

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  25. DISQUALIFIED FOR LIFE

    LAUNCESTON, Friday.--The case of the trotter registered as The Miser, about whose identity there has been much mystery, was again before ...

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  26. COMPOSITE MINISTRY

    If the Liberal Party does not obtain a majority of seats at next gengotiations for a new Composite Mineral election, it is certain that ...

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  27. TODAY'S BIG MEMORIAL SERVICE

    Prominent arrivals at the Exhibition Building today to attend the city's chief memorial service. From lefts Cr. Brunton, the Lord Mayor, Lord Stradbroke, the Governor, and Rear-Adfiiiral Hall Thompson, First Member of the Naval Board.--"Herald." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. BRICK TENNIS COURTS

    BALLARAT, Friday.--A method of constructing tennis courts, said to be novel to Australians, was explained to Mr P. S. Richards, architect, of ...

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  29. PORTRAIT OF SIR J. SWANSON

    A portrait in oils of the late Sir John Swanson in his Lord Mayoral robes is to be presented to the Town Hall by leading citizens of Melbourne. ...

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  30. FITZROY FATALITY

    An elderly man. whose name is unknown, walked in front of a moving tramear in Brunswick street, Fitzroy, yesterday afternoon and was ...

    Article : 45 words
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  32. FREE SOUTH MELBOURNE MUSIC

    Free municipal concerts are being organised by Cr. R. G. Knight Mayer of South Melbourne. Three concerts have already been held and a greater ...

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