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  2. DONCASTER AND BOX HILL SHOW.

    The ninth annual show of the Doncaster and Box Hill Horticultural Society was opened yesterday under favourable auspices. His Excellency Sir Thomas ...

    Article : 800 words
  3. NEW BOOKS, &c.

    "John Calvin, the Man and His Work," by the Rev. C. H. Irwin, M.A. (London: The Religious Tract Society.) "Peace and Happiness," by the Right Hon. Lord ...

    Article : 2,608 words
  4. QUESTIONS OF THE HOUR. A POPULAR SYMPOSIUM.

    We have to acknowledge receipt during the past week of the following letters, for which we regret we have been unable to find room:— "Not a Centenarian," East Melbourne; ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. ANTI-TRUST LAW.

    The hearing of arguments in the appeals questioning the validity of the Australian Industries Preservation Act of the Commonwealth Parliament was continued ...

    Article : 1,492 words
  6. NATURE NOTES AND QUERIES

    "Querist" (Camperdown) states that when walking through the paddocks with a friend they started a quail, which pitched on a bit of bare ground near a plantation. ...

    Article : 1,817 words
  7. BRANGWYN AND FITTON ETCHINGS.

    The chief interest in the exhibition of Brangwyn etchings—to be opened to-day in the Guild-hall, Swanston-street, by the Governor, Sir Thomas ...

    Article : 461 words
  8. "FOSSILISED FORMULAS."

    Sir,—Many of your readers will concur heartily with the remarks of Grand Master Patey, G.U.O.O.F., as reported in "The Argus," on the above subject. ...

    Article : 222 words
  9. HORSES FROM INDIA.

    Sir.—Would you kindly publish the following for the information of the Australian public, who probably have never heard of "Dourine" and "Surra." ...

    Article : 296 words
  10. COMPULSORY CADET SYSTEM.

    Sir,—I notice that the Minister desires to establish in all state schools the Queensland system of compulsory drill; but, Knowing how carnestly Senator Pearce supported ...

    Article : 301 words
  11. DRILL AT STATE SCHOOLS.

    Sir,—I wish to direct the attention of the Education department of the practice of those who have charge of such matters in drill at the state schools. On Tuesday ...

    Article : 170 words
  12. FICTION OF THE DAY.

    It is more than a rare quality in his style that attracts fastidious readers to the works of Maurice Hewlett. He has a special gift as well of dealing with his characters. Be ...

    Article : 1,356 words
  13. SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

    Sir,—Referring to your sub-leader and the letter of "Viator" on this subject, I should like to point out that a very large number of Sydney people travel to and ...

    Article : 251 words
  14. HAWTHORN BRICK WORKS.

    At the Hawthorn Council on Wednesday the mayor (Councillor Henningsen) moved that the resolution of the council adopted at a meeting held on the 10th day of February, ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. TRAINING OF ORCHESTRAL PLAYERS.

    Sir,—Professor Peterson deserves the thanks of all professional musicians for his article in "The Argus" of Saturday. At present it is impossible to form a concert ...

    Article : 209 words
  16. THE QUAIL SEASON.

    Sir,—For the last two seasons quail have been very plentiful in the Ballarat district up to within a week or so of the opening day, but when the day itself arrived the ...

    Article : 207 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 425 words
  18. NEWSPAPER ROOM AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.

    Sir,—May I appeal through your columns to the trustees of the Melbourne Public Library for the redress of a serious inconvenience in connection with the ...

    Article : 174 words
  19. WIRE FENCE ROUND DOMAIN.

    Sir,—Is the abomination of wire at present being erected along the St. Kilda road side of the Domain intended to be permanent? If so, it is a shocking example of ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. EXEMPT SHOPS AND EARLY CLOSING.

    Sir,—Now that the Saturday closing is law, and that it may have a chance to succeed, I think the Government should, in ample time, as far as possible by stringent ...

    Article : 187 words
  21. ROAMING SHEEP AND CATTLE.

    Sir,—I am glad to see "Camberwell and Canterbury" has brought under the notice of the Camberwell Council, through your columns, the matter of cattle trespassing ...

    Article : 190 words
  22. IRREGULAR POSTAL NOTES.

    Sir,—You did me the favour some month since to publish a letter from me on the subject of the great inconvenience, which occasionally means hardship, to the public ...

    Article : 246 words
  23. PATENT OFFICE.

    Sir,—The erroneous impression conveyed by the letter of Mr. G. G. Turri has found a timely correction by the rejoinder of the president of the Institute of Patent ...

    Article : 323 words
  24. MEDICAL REGISTRATION.

    Sir,—A very searching inquiry is now being made as to the accuracy of all names and addresses on the Medical Register under the following section (XIV.) of the Medical ...

    Article : 372 words
  25. THE WORLD-FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN BOOK ARCADE.

    Cole's Book Arcade, Bourke-street and little and Great Collins streets, Melbourne, contains a million books to choose from. It has the largest assortment of books, new and secondhand, music, ...

    Article : 92 words
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