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  2. VICTORIAN POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUB.

    The annual show of dogs, cats, poultry, pigeons, canaries, and other cage-birds, under the management of the Victorian Poultry and Kennel Club, will be held as ...

    Article : 706 words
  3. FIRE BRIGADES CONFERENCE.

    The delegates to the forthcoming interstate fire brigades boards' conference were officially welcomed by the president of the Metropolitan Fire Brigades Baird (Mr. S. ...

    Article : 381 words
  4. CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION.

    Mr. Justice Cussen sat yesterday as a Royal Commission in the Practice Court to inquire into the dispate between Mr. Peter Rodger, the contractor for the central ...

    Article : 268 words
  5. MELBOURNE'S WATER SUPPLY

    At present, if it is desired to extend the metropolitan water supply area, it is necessary to take in the whole of the municipality or shire to which the extension is made. This ...

    Article : 341 words
  6. CITY STOCK SALES. BEHIND THE TIMES.

    Why do the stock-raisers of Victoria and Riverina tolerate the antiquated conditions under which live stock are sold in Melbourne? Why do the stock salesmen ...

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  7. LABOUR NEWS. EIGHT HOURS ART UNION.

    Arragements are in progress for the driving of the Eight Hours Anniversary art union on Tuesday night. Thirty men are engaged in making the preparations for the ...

    Article : 119 words
  8. GREATER MELBOURNE.

    The question of unification of the cities of Melbourne and South Melbourne has been revived by the Lord Mayor (Colonel Burston). He proposes to refer to it at ...

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  9. NUISANCES OF THE NIGHT.

    Opposition exists at Flemington to any rearrangement of the cattle-yards until such time as the whole question of removing them altogether from the present site has ...

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  10. MILLING TRADE.

    At a conference of representatives of Staten' employees' unious in the milling trade, which has just concluded its sittings in Adelaide, the Federated Millers' and Mill ...

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  11. WIFE'S SURPRISE.

    There was one curious feature in the divorce case Skillecorn v. Skillecorn, which was heard by Mr. Justice Cussen yesterday. Margaret Skillecorn, aged 52, of St. George's ...

    Article : 287 words
  12. TRADING ON SUNDAY.

    Before Messrs. Rain, Phillips, and Tait, J.P.'s, in the Collingwood Court, on Friday, Mrs. Phoebe Walker, confectioner, of Victoria-parade, was proeceded against for ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

    At the City Police Court yesterday, before Captain Garside (in the chair) and Mr. C. Goldspink J.P.'s, a charge of bigamy was preferred against a young man named Robert Hughes, who was ...

    Article : 553 words
  14. TRAVELLER'S CLAIM.

    A commercial traveller's claim on Ballonger's Brewery Company Limited (in liquidation) was settled yesterday, after several adjournments, by Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 273 words
  15. BOOT TRADE DISPUTE.

    SYDNEY, Friday. — The Federal High Court to-day granted a motion for leave to intervene upon further hearing of the matter of the King v. the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 279 words
  16. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

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  17. INSURANCE COALITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I have read Mr. Mountain's reply in your issue of this morning Had he been satisfied to stop at the end of his, first paragraph, the correspondence, so far as I am ...

    Article : 775 words
  18. CANNOT OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT.

    Sir,—We hear a lot about this being a prosperous country—plenty of work for everyone. &c. Well, I (and I am not the only one) ...

    Article : 113 words
  19. WORK AS A CURE.

    KORUMBURRA, Friday.—Charles Willonghby, a Jumbunna miner, was charged at the court to-day with having attempted to commit suicide at Jumbunna on April ...

    Article : 98 words
  20. STOCK TRANSACTION.

    A stock transaction was reviewed by Mr. Justice Hood in the First Civil Court yesterday during the hearing of an action in which Dalgety and Co. Ltd. were the ...

    Article : 385 words
  21. TOO MANY IMPROVERS.

    At the Prahran Court on Thursday,before Messrs. Chambers (chairman), elintoft, Wallis, and Tyner, J.P.'s, Daniel Ritchie, butcher, of Chapel-street, Windsor, Was ...

    Article : 162 words
  22. GENERAL SESSIONS.

    Judge Moule yesterday passed sentence upon the following prisoners, convicted at the last Court of General Sessions, of whom no less than six were found guilty of receiving:— ...

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  24. WAGES OF SLOW WORKERS.

    SYDNEY.—One of the greatest difficulties which the wages boards have to meet is what wages should be paid to slow workers at various trades in connection ...

    Article : 170 words
  25. SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS.

    The annual memorial parade of South African soldiers, in memory of their comrades who fell in the war of 1899-1902, will be held at the Soldiers' Monument, St. ...

    Article : 165 words
  26. QUEENSLAND CONVENTION.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—The sixth triennial convention of the Queensland Labour party will commence at Townsville on Monday. About 45 delegates left by the northern mail ...

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  27. COUNTRY STOCK MARKETS.

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  28. TO AND FROM WORK.

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—An unusual grievance was heard by the hydaulic engineer the other day, when he was requested to go into the matter of allowing time for men ...

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  29. SHEEP-YARDS EXTENSION.

    The proposals of the abattoirs and cattle markets committee of the City Council to alter the cattle yards at Kensington in order to provide increased accommodation for ...

    Article : 331 words
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  31. FUTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY.

    Sir,—One is pleased indeed to read Professor Masson's article in "The Argus" on Wednesday. At last a man has realised a crisis which must surely take place if matters ...

    Article : 299 words
  32. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—As a very old policy-holder in the Widows' Fund, to which I was attracted by its mutal principle, I have been very much perturbed at the proposal of the directors ...

    Article : 101 words
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  34. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I note Mr. A. C. Mountain's letter in "The Argus" of to-day, which is to the point. I am an old policy-holder in the Australian Widows, and look with great ...

    Article : 95 words
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