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  2. CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT BANK.

    A report and balance-sheet presented at the eighth half-yearly meeting of the Cooperative Credit Bank of Victoria Limited, held last night, under the presidency of Mr. ...

    Article : 246 words
  3. CHIEF JUSTICE AND MEMBER.

    HOBART, Friday.—The report of the Royal Commissioner (Mr. Dickson, secretary for Mines in Victoria), who inquired into the allegations made by Mr. ...

    Article : 781 words
  4. MONETARY AND MINING.

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  5. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENGE.

    The Melbourne grain markets have been dull during the week, and in some instances prices are slightly lower. Wheat has refleeted the stagnation in London, where the ...

    Article : 911 words
  6. THE SHARE MARKET.

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  7. VARAWA V. HOWARD SMITH.

    Further argument took place yesterday, before Mr. Justice A'Beckett, on the question of whether the defendants in the action Varawa v. the Howard Smith ...

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  9. BENDIGO.

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  10. SECRECY OF COMMITTEES.

    The Coburg Progress Association, at the meeting on Thursday, decided to write to the Coburg Council, and ask under what bylaw they hold secret committee meetings ...

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  11. MARRIED IN HASTE.

    Ernest Elton came before Mr. Justice Hood in the First Civil Court yesterday to receive sentence for an offence of which he was convicted in October last. Elton ...

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  13. LADY NELSON MINE.

    ST. ARNAUD, Thursday.—It is probable that the Lady Nelson mine will shortly be[?]reopened. The claim is fully equipped, and many believe that to sink to settled country would result in favourable ...

    Article : 36 words
  14. BLOCK 10 MINE.

    BROKEN HIIL, Friday.—The Block 10 mine still wants more miners. The ore showing on the 1,615ft. level remains poor, but the management expect in improvement shortly. The lode is about ...

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  15. KALGOORLIE OUTPUTS.

    KALGOORLIE, Thursday.—The April outputs were:—INGLISTON EXTENDED, 800 tons, 489 fine ounces, valued at £2,100, expenditure £1,490, profit £610; GOLDEN HORSESHOE, 25,577 tons, ...

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  16. UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE. PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC, MAY, 1910.

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  18. FINGER-PRINT EVIDENCE.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Full Court had before it to-day an appeal in which the legality of the admission of certain evidence as to finger-prints was called in question. ...

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  19. YIELDS.

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  20. THE UNIVERSITY OF MELMOURNE.

    It has been found necessary to change the times of the examination in clinical medicine and the oral examination in medicine for the degree of M.D. to the following dates:—Wednesday, May 18, ...

    Article : 126 words
  21. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE.

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  22. DIVIDENDS.

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  23. DIVORCE COURT.

    Catherine Amy Armstrong, aged 24, of Hawthorn-road, Caulfield, sued for a dissolution of her marriage with John Andrewartha Goldsmith Armstrong, aged 29, on the ground of desertion. ...

    Article : 857 words
  24. ALFRED HOSPITAL.

    At the meeting of the Alfred Hospital managers yesterday the secretary reported that the overdraft was still on the increase, and now stood at £3.420/15/. ...

    Article : 188 words
  25. FARM AND DALRY PRODUCE.

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  26. MINING NOTES.

    The managers report:— Broken Hill Junction North, 10th.—No. 10 Level—10-15 winze to 37½ft.; holed through to 11-15 rise. No. 11 Level-Xeut started at bottom ...

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  27. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

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  28. PILFERING ON WHARVES.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—In the City Police Court to-day, Harry Binke and Charles Oxley were charged with having stolen certain goods and groceries from the A.U.S.N. ...

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  29. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    The revenue collected at the Customhouse on May 13 amounted to:—Revenue, £14,751/1/7; State, £58/9/6: contingent, £79/13/2; pilotage, nil; wharfage, £905 ...

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  30. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

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  31. LONDON QUOTATIONS.

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  32. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    At a meeting of the Women's Hospital committee yesterday a report was received from the honorary medical staff and a special sub-committee, recommending that in ...

    Article : 158 words
  33. MINING MEETINGS.

    Dudley Collicries, Coalville, 10th.—First half-yearly, at 34 Queen-street, Mr. B. Bodycomb in the chair. The Chairman stated tha a seam of coal nearly 3ft. thick had been struck by the ...

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  34. THE IMPORT MARKETS.

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  35. BALLARAT.

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