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  2. FLOWERS AND FRUIT.

    The Masonic-hall was brightund and made fragrant yesterday by the display of Howers and fruit, which marked the 61st autumn show of the Royal Horticultural ...

    Article : 948 words
  3. NORTHCOTE CUP.

    In many respects the rice which will take place this afternoon off St. Kilda, and will constitute the first of the series of contests for the Northcote Cup, marks a unique ...

    Article : 891 words
  4. RONALD V. HARPER.

    Yesterday was the fourth day of the hearing in the City Court of the conspiracy charges arising out of the libel action of Ronald v. Harper. The defendants are— ...

    Article : 4,084 words
  5. A.N.A. CONFERENCE

    ECHUCA, Thursday.—The sitting of the annual conference of the Australian Natives Association came to a couclusion to-night The most interesting feature of the sitting, ...

    Article : 3,488 words
  6. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SHOWS. SOMERVILLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 311 words
  7. DIAMOND CREEK.

    The annual Diamond Creek show was held on Thursday. There was a good attendance and the exhibits were well up to the standard. Mr. Cameron, M.L.A., performed the opening ...

    Article : 268 words
  8. LATE ME. ARMYTAGE.

    The death of Mr. Bertram Armytage was the subject of an inquiry by the coroner (Dr. Cole) at the Morgue yesterday. Mr. Armytage was found dead with a bullet ...

    Article : 447 words
  9. TRAIN TRAFFIC. INFERIOR COAL STALLS ENGINE.

    The "stalling" of the engine on the Camberwell bank on Wednesday evening is stated by railway officials to be due to the poor quality of the coal from overseas. Some ...

    Article : 92 words
  10. CAUGHT IN MACHINERY. PRINTER'S ARM INJURED.

    J. H. Van Prooyen, a machinist employed at the Government Printing Office, was caught in the cog-chain of a printing machine on Wednesday, and his arm was ...

    Article : 76 words
  11. NEW ROLLING STOCK.

    Since July 1, 1909, the Railway department has built 10 DDE engines, a powerful type used on suburban lines, and three A2 heavy express engines. Another seven A2 ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. CRUSHED HAND.

    Andrew Hayson, 21 years of age, had his hand shockingly mangled at the Dunlop Rubber Company's works at South Melbourne yesterday afternoon. He was ...

    Article : 69 words
  13. GENERAL NEWS.

    In their report to the Metropolitan Board of Works next Tuesday, the sewerage committee will recommond the acceptance of the following tenders:—Construction of ...

    Article : 865 words
  14. A NEW LIGHT.

    PERTH, Thursday. — Advices received from Carnarvon state that Captain Irvine, chief harbon master, arrived by the steamer Koombann, and left on Wednesday ...

    Article : 73 words
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