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  2. BIRDS IN AN AVIARY.

    So many inquiries are made through "Nature Notes" in "The Argus" as to the different ailments of cage-birds and how they should be treated, that a few notes ...

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  3. NATURE NOTES AND QUERIES

    Some years ago, having grown rather larger beds of mustard and cress than I required, many of the mustard plants matured. I noticed that they were covered ...

    Article : 1,709 words
  4. FICTION OF THE DAY.

    The battle waged with Nature and the northern blasts up in Alaska is part of the story of every enterprise undertakep by men in the great North West, and Rex ...

    Article : 1,314 words
  5. 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:— "Elector;" Frederic Board; Benno Scherek, ...

    Article : 63 words
  6. STATE SCHOOLS. INVESTIGATING COMPLAINTS.

    The chief inspector of schools (Mr. Hamilton) has called for reports regarding the complaint which has been submitted to the Board of Public Health,in connection with ...

    Article : 261 words
  7. LABOUR NEWS. EMPLOYMENT OF CLERKS.

    There was a good response of elerks to an organising meeting called by the Victorian Clerk's Union, at No.19 Elizabeth-street on Thursday night. Mr. Fox presided. ...

    Article : 237 words
  8. NEW BOOKS, &c. GENERAL LITERATURE.

    "Admintstrative Problems of British India," by Joseph Chailley, translated by Sir William Meyer, K.C.I.E. (London: Macmillan and Co.Ltd.) "Dod's Parliamentary Companion." for 1910. ...

    Article : 216 words
  9. TRADE-MARKS.ACT.

    Sir,—The proposal of Mr. Bayston appearing in "The Argus" yesterday for an amemdment "of the above act is decidedly controversial. It should be observed that the ...

    Article : 243 words
  10. ENGLISH STUDENT IN AMERICA.

    A Cambridge lady student, A. Georgette Bowden Smith, has recorded her impressions of educational matters in the United States in a book called "An English ...

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  11. TRADES-HALL SECRETARY.

    The names of several candidates have been mentioned for the position of secretary of the Trades-hall Council, which will be vacated by Senator Stephen Barker at the ...

    Article : 244 words
  12. OVERCROWDED SCHOOL.

    KORUMBURRA, Thursday.—In accordance with the request of the shire council the health orricer (Dr. W. Begg) inspected the State school, and reported to the ...

    Article : 104 words
  13. STREET NOISES.

    Sir,—Some time ago several letters appeared in "The Argus" complaining about the horrible nuisance caused by the screeching lorrries going through the main streets of ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. EASTERN SUBURBS COLLEGE.

    Reporting to the Hawthorn Council on Wednedday as to the progress made at the Eastern Suburbs Technical College, Councillors Burton said that it was ...

    Article : 145 words
  15. UNIVERSITY GRADUATES.

    Sir,—The leader in "The Argus" on Monday touches with the classic needle a defect in our University organisation, viz., lack of co-operation between the University and its ...

    Article : 835 words
  16. OPERATIVE MASONS' BANNER.

    At the Trades-hall yesterday evening the operative masons celebrated, by a vaudeville entertainment, the unfarling of a new union banner, emblematical of the trade ...

    Article : 83 words
  17. AMONGST THE VINEYARDS.

    RUTHERGLEN, Thursday.—The Premier (Mr. Murray), accompanied by the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham), Mr. J. Bowser, M.L.A., and Dr. Cherry ...

    Article : 400 words
  18. UNION COERCION.

    MARYBOROUGH (Q), Thursday.—An important decision touching the coercion used by a trades union was given yesterday by Mr. Francis, P.M. ...

    Article : 381 words
  19. NAVAL AND MILITARY. NEW EXAMINATION SYSTEM.

    Last year it was decided that the examination of officers of the permanent military forces of the Commonwealth should be on the same lines as those of ...

    Article : 325 words
  20. UNAPPRECIATED HOLIDAY.

    WARRNAMBOOL, Thursday.—In the determination of the wages board dealing with trades working 48 hours per week it is stipnlated that should employees be ...

    Article : 288 words
  21. SOCIAL REFORM BUREAU.

    At a meeting of the Social Reform Buream yesterday afternoon (Mr. Samuel Manger presiding), the superintendent (Mr. W. H. Judkins) reported on the successful work ...

    Article : 218 words
  22. THE ORCHARD.

    The fruit export season is nearing its close. It has advanced so far that the results achieved by orchardists in Victoria can be compared with those of past years. ...

    Article : 384 words
  23. A LABOURER'S BURDEN.

    Robert Jones, of Station-street, Port Melbourne, a labourer, in the employ of the Port Melbourne Council, came before Judge Moule in the Insolvency Court ...

    Article : 250 words
  24. A COMPOSITE FAMILY.

    The Court frequently nowadays is asked to make wills for testators, a thing learned judges have often disclaimed power or imclination to do. But, under the recent ...

    Article : 390 words
  25. EMPLOYMENT AT THE BARRIER.

    BROKEN HILL, Thursday.—The South Company is advertising for more truckers and mullockere. Every day the fact is being emphasised that there are not at ...

    Article : 72 words
  26. THE MISSING BABY.

    Isabel Newman whose name was associated a few weeks ago with what was known as "the missing baby" case, was charged in the Criminal Court yesterday ...

    Article : 234 words
  27. GENERAL STAFF TOUR.

    Arrangements are being completed by the chief of general staff for a staff tour of commandants and other senior officers to be made at an early date. The ...

    Article : 123 words
  28. CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

    In the Criminal Court yesterday, before Mr. Justicve Cussen, Walter Edward Halls, an elderly man, was charged with bigamy. He was defended by Mr. Larkin, and ...

    Article : 204 words
  29. A.N.A. COMPETITIONS.

    The final concert in connection with the A.N.A. musical and elocutionary competitions, which will be held in the Melbourne Town-hall to-night should prove a success, ...

    Article : 146 words
  30. THREE COURSES FOR SIXPENCE.

    A Swanston-street restaurant-keeper named Margaret Randall was summoned in the District Court yesterday, before Messrs. P. Dwyer, P.M. (in the chair), T. K. Bennet, and T. Latham, of having ...

    Article : 189 words
  31. STATE PUBLIC WORKS.

    The following are the lowest tenders submitted for the undermentioned State public works:—Clearing and forming Loch Valley road, Noojee East, from 3 miles to 3 miles 40 clains, P. Daly, £74 ...

    Article : 84 words
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