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  2. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION. STEWARDS AND PANTRYMEN.

    Sitting as President of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, Mr. Justice Higgins yesterday continued the hearing of the case brought ...

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  3. INSURANCE COMMISSION.

    "The report of the Royal Commission on Insurance relating to life assurance has been presented by the commissioners (Mr. Justice Hood and Mr. G. H. Knibbs), and ...

    Article : 2,128 words
  4. CONSPIRACY CHARGE.

    After lasting 25 days, the conspiracy charge arising out of the Ronald v. Harper libel action was concluded yesterday. The explanations of William Harper, Walter ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  5. TIMBER STRIKE. DISSATISFIED DRIVERS.

    A critical stage, so far as the men are concerned, has been reached in respect to the timber trade strike. When the carters and drivers decided almost a fortnight ago ...

    Article : 755 words
  6. LAND SETTLEMENT.

    The new Closer Settlement Board has recently given considerable attention to the position of the probationary tenants on the various small holdings settlements, which ...

    Article : 479 words
  7. UNION DECLARED "BLACK."

    In its report to the Trades-hall Council yesterday evening the executive recommended:— "That in view of the fact that the Sawmill ...

    Article : 374 words
  8. LABOUR DAY. EIGHT HOURS CELEBRATION.

    Complete arrangements have now been made for the Eight Hours Anniversary celebration on Monday. At the committee meeting on Wednesday evening it was ...

    Article : 281 words
  9. FLOODS ON THE SALTWATER.

    A conference to discuss the question of preventing the occurrence of floods on the Saltwater River was held at the offices of the Public Works department yesterday. ...

    Article : 334 words
  10. RAILWAY LAND PURCHASE.

    HOBART, Thursday.—The Royal commission inquiring into the charges made by Mr. Jensen, M.H.R., relating to the transactions of the Chief Justice (Sir John ...

    Article : 309 words
  11. AGRICULTURE CONVENTION.

    At the quarterly meeting yesterday of the council of the Chamber of Agriculture, it was decided to hold the annual convention at Ballarat on Tuesday, July 5, and the two ...

    Article : 55 words
  12. SLAUGHTERMEN'S ATTITUDE.

    The employees in the slaughtering trade have decided not to work on Eight Hours Day. Some months ago, by an agreement between the master slaughtermen and the ...

    Article : 159 words
  13. DAIRYING IN PRISON CELLS.

    KILMORE, Thursday,—The Kilmore Dairy Company, having purchased the old gaol building, winch have been used as a butter factory for close upon 20 years, ...

    Article : 120 words
  14. RETAIL BUTCHERS.

    At a meeting of the Master Butchers' and Live Stock Buyers' Association of Victoria it was recommended that butchers's shops close at noon on Eight Hours Day. ...

    Article : 32 words
  15. AN OLD COLONIST.

    EGERTON, Thursday.—Mrs. D. Devlin, a nonagenarian, died on Wednesday evening. The deceased resided at Egerton for up wards of 50 years. She was 92 years of ...

    Article : 47 words
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  17. THE RAILWAYS. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.

    Whilst the Railways Commissioners make no secret of their adverse opinion as to the change from steam to electric traction on the suburban system, they have, ...

    Article : 162 words
  18. NEW SOUTH WALES LINES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The quarterly Statement of the Chief Railway Commissioner (Mr. Johnson) for the period ended March 31 shows an increase of £189,210 ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. STOLEN BICYCLES.

    Despite frequent warnings that it is unwise to leave a bicycle against the kerb while transacting business, unless the machine be protected with a padlock and ...

    Article : 350 words
  20. BOOT TRADE DISPUTE.

    At the beginning of yesterday's sitting of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, Mr. Justice Higgins stated that he would not be able to hear ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. Advertising

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    Advertising : 393 words
  22. DISCHARGING EMPLOYEES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Mr. Justice Higgins;s award in the hoot trade continues to cause trouble between the employers and the employees. Th management of more ...

    Article : 560 words
  23. SHEEP IN A CEMETERY.

    MORTLAKE, Thursday.—The manangers of the general cemetery allow sheep to graze in the cemetery, with the result that much damage is being wrought. The efforts of ...

    Article : 57 words
  24. CHATSWOOD OUTRAGE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—William Phillips, charged with the murder of his daughter Florence near Chatswood, was brought before the Water Police Court to-day and ...

    Article : 31 words
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