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  2. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The features of the grain markets yesterday were again the firmness of oats and the dullness of wheat. While the farmers do not appear inclined to sell wheat freely at ...

    Article : 362 words
  3. A DEMOCRATIC CHURCH. CONGREGATIONALISM DEFINED.

    "A wider outlook is now wanted in life," said the Rev. Dr. Bevan, in responding to the [?]oast of "The Congregational Union" at a luncheon given to the delegates to ...

    Article : 337 words
  4. LABOUR NEWS. COMPULSORY UNIONISM.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—At the adjourned quarterly meeting of the Berringa district branch of the Miners' Association on Sunday reference was made to the case of ...

    Article : 375 words
  5. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION.

    Yesterday the hearing of the case brought before Mr. Justice Higgins in the Commonwealth Court of Counciliation and Arbitration, by the Federated Marine Stewards' ...

    Article : 902 words
  6. SHEARING RATES.

    A review of the agreement existing between the Pastoralists Associations,on the one hand,and the Australian Workers' Union, on the other,is to be made at a ...

    Article : 344 words
  7. WOMEN TO WOMEN. COST OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.

    The majority of Victorian householders have incomes under £6 a week, and the apportionment of such an income, in any circumstances, involves very considerable ...

    Article : 830 words
  8. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE.

    Butter.—Supplies of Victorian butter continue to decrease, and the market is fairly firm, although a cautious attitude is adopted in view of the fact that production in the ...

    Article : 1,076 words
  9. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    The revenue collected at the Customhouse on May 3 amounted to:—Revenue[?] £14,502/14/9; State, £534/16/; contingent, £148/11/5; pilotage, £218/17/2; wharfage[?] ...

    Article : 25 words
  10. THE CLEARING-HOUSE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 57 words
  11. STOCKS IN BOND.

    The following were the stocks in bond at Melbourne on April 30. 1910:—Brandy—[?] hhds., 619 qrs., 339 oct., 2,100 cases. Rum—71 hhds., 1[?] qrs., 10 oct., 37 cases. Geneva (Gin. Old Tom ...

    Article : 352 words
  12. VICTORIAN WOOL CLIP.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 160 words
  13. SECTARIANISM CONDEMNED.

    A paper on "The Present Theological Situation" was read by the Rev. W. D. Maclaren at a conference held in the afternoon in the Independent Church. The Rev. ...

    Article : 426 words
  14. CANDLEMAKERS' BOARD.

    The term of office of the members of the Candlemakers' Wages Board recently expired by effluxion of time. The Minister for Labour (Mr. Murray) has decided to ...

    Article : 76 words
  15. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE.

    Wheat.—The market continues weak in tone,owing to the depression in London, where no improvement is apparent. Supplies are not offering freely but buyers ...

    Article : 873 words
  16. AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS.

    The following auctioneers' reports have been received:— Dalgety and Co. Ltd. report:—"There was a larged attendance of the trade at our auction-rooms ...

    Article : 178 words
  17. WORK IN THE COUNTRY.

    Having noticed a paragraph in "The Argus" regarding the scarcity of labour for municipal contracts in the shire of Wycheproof, the secretary for Public Works (Mr. ...

    Article : 189 words
  18. THE WOOL TRADE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 650 words
  19. PROMPT ARREST.

    When the premises of Mr. Frederic[?]. Smith, carrier, 440 Flinders-street, were opened yesterday morning, it was observed that the Yale lock on the front door did ...

    Article : 191 words
  20. WOODWORKERS' WAGES BOARD.

    The Woodworkers' Wages Board will meet this evening to deal with the question of rates of pay of casual timber stackers, which was in dispute in connection with ...

    Article : 189 words
  21. LIFE OF WRETCHEDNESS.

    Before Mr.Justice Cussen,in the Divorce Court, yesterday,a deplorable story of the conduct of a drunken husband was unfolded. The petitioner, Edith Maria ...

    Article : 424 words
  22. CALL TO THE CHURCH.

    The annual report of the Australian Missionary Society was adopted at a meeting at the Cathedral Chapter-house yesterday evening. ...

    Article : 214 words
  23. Advertising

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  24. GENERAL HINTS.

    "Somebody" (Albury) asks me to suggest how she can best make use of the space in a small kitchen. She is building a new house, and none of the rooms will be very large. But she prefers to have her ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,901 words
  25. BUTCHERS' HALF-HOLIDAY.

    A petition has been forwarded to the town clerk of Malvern (Mr. Fred Hughes) from the chief inspector of factories relative to the proposed alteration from ...

    Article : 71 words
  26. SHOP WINDOW-CASE.

    There was brought before Judge Box, in the County Court yesterday a case in which Samuel Pope, inspector of nuisances for the shire of Nunawading, claimed £19/19/ ...

    Article : 225 words
  27. CROCERY EMPLOYEES.

    Some time ago a petition to the Minister for Labour (Mr. Murray) was drawn up by the Grocers' and Tea and Dairy Produce Employees' Association, praying for the ...

    Article : 216 words
  28. MALVERN TRAMWAY.

    A progress report has been issued by the Prahran-Malvern Tramway Trust to the two councils under whose direction the work has been undertaken. ...

    Article : 259 words
  29. MARRIED MAN'S CONDUCT.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—A divorce case characterised by somewhat unusual features came before Mr. Justice Homburg to-day, when Elsie Henderson, of North Terrace, ...

    Article : 378 words
  30. CABMEN'S WAGES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Cabmen's Wages Board delivered its awaid to- day. It raises the wages of taxi-cab drivers about 40 per cent., and gives increases to drivers ...

    Article : 255 words
  31. GRADUATES' DAY.

    At the meeting of the University Council on Monday, the following resolution was passed:— "That it is desirable to institute a 'graduates' ...

    Article : 102 words
  32. THE IMPORT MARKETS.

    Tea.—The market is steady, with a fair demand, and about 200 packages Ceylon have been placed at up to 10½d. The quality of this week's list is considered satisfactory. ...

    Article : 596 words
  33. CADETS' TOUR.

    For some time the Defence department has been perturbed by the consideration of a matter which assumed importance apparently only because the negotiations in ...

    Article : 206 words
  34. Advertising

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  35. A VOTING INCIDENT.

    Sir,—On polling-day, April 13, I visited the Blackburn polling booth, at 11 a.m., and told the officer in charge I wished to vote for the Echuca electorate. He replied:— ...

    Article : 212 words
  36. TROUBLE BREWING.

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.—To-morrow should decide what action will be taken by the men at the South Blocks mine, who ob[?]d to another moner being employed ...

    Article : 91 words
  37. Advertising

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