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  2. NEW ZEALAND NTES.

    DUNEDIN, Oct. 24.—The election campaign is now in full swing, and those who are wooing the suffrages of the electors of some expended constituencies find it neces. ...

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  3. WELL-FARMED LANDS.

    While the Northern and Western distriets are receiving bountiful spring rains, ensuring good growth of crops and pastures, Eastern Gippsland is having an abnormally ...

    Article : 1,736 words
  4. THE DERBY.

    Derby Day this year was a ladies day. That distinction is usually reserved for Oaks Day, but it has been appropriated by. Derby Day this year. There was ladies' wenther— ...

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  5. SPRING RACING CAMPAIGN.

    It is long since racing people have been favoured with such a fine day's sport as was associated with the openig of the V.R.C Spring Meeting. Interest in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. VEGETABLE FIBRE IN WOOL.

    LONDON, Sept. 2,—The "Yoikshire Observer" lof Tuesday, September 29 reports as follows:— "The commaittee which has had in hand the very ...

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  7. POLITICAL LABOUR COUNCIL

    Recently the central executive of the Political Labour Council received sereal comlaints from the country to the [?]eet that the state electoral rolls could not be ...

    Article : 406 words
  8. COBHAM IRRIGATION LEAGUE

    COBRAM, Saturday.— A well-attended meeting of the Cobram and District Irrigation League was held this morming. The members were very pleased at the decision ...

    Article : 269 words
  9. ESSENDON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The annual spring show was opened by the mayor (Couneillor W. L. Eddy) in the Essendon Townhall on Friday afternoon in the presence of a large attendance of ladies and gentlemen, including the ...

    Article : 540 words
  10. PRAIIRAX MINISTHRS AND THE COUNCIL.

    Sir.—Clerieal interierence and dietation in munieipal matters constitute a striking featuru in the annals of the city of prahran. When mayor of this city some few years ...

    Article : 377 words
  11. AUSTRALASIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.

    The second annual conference of the above association—the fedcral organsrtion, represcnting the various country press associations and co-operative companies of ...

    Article : 362 words
  12. A METHODIST VIEW.

    "The Melbourne Cup and Its Temptations" was the subject of a sermon preached by the Rev. T. S. B. Woodfull, in the Methodist Church, Collingwood, last night. ...

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  13. BURNS AND JOHNSON.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—"Tommy" Burns has decided to train for his fight with "Jack" Johnson at Medlow Baths. Blue Mountains. A detached residence has been ...

    Article : 99 words
  14. YARRA SCULPTORS SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Yarra Seulptors' Soclety, was held at 187 Collins-street on Thursday evening. The secretary reported that the society was in a sound. [?]ncial condition. and that the ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. LAND SALEM.

    Gemmell, Tuekett, and Co. report having recently sold by private contract land having a fromtage of [?]. to St. Kilda road, by a dapth of 2[?]ft. back to a right-of way, for the sum of ...

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