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  2. BRIDE AND HER OUTFIT.

    Judge Chomley yesterday, in the County Court, resumed the hearing of the action in which Samuel Mann, trading under the style of "The Fair," Sydney-road, ...

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  3. LABOUR NEWS. REORGANISING STAFF.

    The Moorabbin Shire Council has given all its day labourers one month's notice of dismissal. The object is to have a selection from fresh applicants at 7/ per day, ...

    Article : 42 words
  4. FITZROY FACTORIES.

    The chief inspector of factories (Mr. Harrison Ord) does not endorse Councillor Apps's opinion with regard to a number of the Fitzroy factories. Councillor Apps ...

    Article : 221 words
  5. TIMBER STRIKE.

    Members of the Timber Sorters' and Stackers' Union, and the Carters' and Drivers' Union, who are out on strike, recognise generally that they are face to face ...

    Article : 581 words
  6. P. AND O. NEW ZEALAND SERVICE.

    Mr. Edward Trelaway, superintendent of the P. and O. Company in Australasia, makes the following statement:— "In reference to some New Zealand ...

    Article : 711 words
  7. DEPUTATIONS.

    For about two and a half hours yesterday the Minister for Works (Mr. Baillieu) was occupied in dealing with deputations. His replies contained references to the ...

    Article : 1,076 words
  8. WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

    For some weeks the weather has been very dry, and for this season of the year unusually warm. A good downpour is needed all over the State in order to ...

    Article : 1,623 words
  9. DEALINGS IN GOLD.

    Some comments were made by Mr. Justice Hodges yesterday, in the First Civil Court, in delivering judgment in the case brought by Thomas Petch, hotelkeeper, of ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  10. ROOM FOR FARM LABOURERS.

    SHEPPARTON, Wednesday.—In reference to Mr. Elwood Mead's circular, it was resolved by the shire council, on the motion of Councillors Phillips and ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. WAGES BOARDS.

    A circular from the Trades Union Secretaries' Association was read at a special meeting of the Butchers' Employees' Union on Tuesday evening, referring to the ...

    Article : 173 words
  12. RECENT COLLISION.

    The Court of Marine Inquiry held a formal investigation yesterday into n charge of misconduct made against Alexander Brond, who holds a certificate of ...

    Article : 623 words
  13. RE-CONSTITUTION.

    As the terms of office of the Furniture Wages' Board, the Butchers' Board, and the Tinsmiths' Board have expired, the Minister for Labour (Mr. Murray) would ...

    Article : 60 words
  14. BUTCHERS' HALF-HOLIDAY.

    An endeavour is to be made by members of the Master Butchers' and Live Stock Buyers' Association to have the weekly half-holiday changed from Saturday back ...

    Article : 236 words
  15. DOUBT ABOUT MAN'S DEATH.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.—The mystery regarding the reported death by accident of Herbert Lewis, a drover in the Sea Lake district, has not yet been cleared up. A ...

    Article : 193 words
  16. SHIRE LOAN.

    SHEPPARTON, Wednesday.—Two tenders were received by the shire council for the purchase of £3,000 worth of debentures issued in connection with ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. WAGES FOR ORCHARD WORK.

    CASTLEMAINE, Wednesday.—The seale of wages fixed for orchard labourers by the Trades-hall Council, viz., a minimum of 7/ per day of eight hours was discussed at ...

    Article : 103 words
  18. TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION.

    A deputation representing the Victorian State School Teachers' Association yesterday called upon the Minister for Education (Mr. A. A. Billson) to ask for the ...

    Article : 630 words
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  20. TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

    Reports on the actual financial position of the Telephone department, which have reached the Postmaster-General (Sir John Quick) from Messrs. Holmes and Whitton, ...

    Article : 295 words
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  22. THE SEASON AT QUEENSCLIFF.

    QUEENSCLIFF, Wednesday.—The season ended, so far as the excursion passenger steamers are concerned, yesterday afternoon, when the p.s. Ozone left for ...

    Article : 125 words
  23. CRIMINAL COURT.

    A youth, named Ernest Young, pleaded not guilty, before Mr. Justice Cussen, in the Criminal Court yesterday, to a charge of having embezzled small sums of money, ...

    Article : 186 words
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