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  2. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY.

    The annual sittings of the Victorian Assembly of the Presbyterian Church were continued yesterday, at the Assembly-hall, Collins-street, with the Moderator (Mr. J. ...

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  3. BUTTER FACTORY MANAGERS.

    The annual conference of the Butter Factory Managers' Association was resumed in the board-room of Broken Hill Chambers yesterday. The president (Mr. J. Lucas) ...

    Article : 533 words
  4. SOCIALISM. "ROCKS IN THE WAY."

    "When people are absolutely wise, absolutely disciplined, absolutely unselfish, and absolutely public-spirited," said the Rev. Canon Stephen last night, "then [?] ...

    Article : 532 words
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  6. THE COAL TOWN. PREVENTING SPECULATION.

    Future purchasers of allotment leases in the State township of Wonthaggi, at the Powlett coalfield, are to be required to guarantee that they will put their allotments to ...

    Article : 99 words
  7. AMERICAN GRAFTERS.

    NEW YORK, April 15.—One official investigation follows another, as fresh disclosures of corruption in State Legislatures and municipal councils are made. During ...

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  8. SUGAR INDUSTRY. GROWERS DISSATISFIED.

    Although the present sugar season in Queensland promises to be exceptionally good, the position is not regarded by the growers as entirely satisfactory. ...

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  9. ELECTION NOTICES.

    CITY of BRUNSWICK.—To the Electors of South Ward.—Ladies and Gentlemen,—A vacancy having occurred through the lamented death of Cr. Robshaw, at the solicitation of a large number of ...

    Article : 106 words
  10. GOOD COMMERCIAL COAL.

    POWLETT, Wednesday.—The tunnel in Daly's lease has reached the coal seam which is about 6ft. thick. The cool is very solid, and of good commercial value, and after the ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION.

    The Hon. I. G. AIKMAN will ADDRESS ELECTORS as under:— TO-NIGHT, 19th, Spotswood, Free Gardeners' Hall, 8 o'clock. ...

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  12. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. GASHED BY BURSTING BOTTLE.

    BALRANALD, Tuesday.—Mr. W. G. Boys, licensee of the Balranald Hotel, sustained a nasty gash on the hand and a wound under the chin through a lemonade ...

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  13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    Dr. ROSE, the progressive candidate, SPEAKS TO-NIGHT, at Old Trades-hall, Lygon-street Carlton. Dr. W. Maloney, M.P., and others in support. ...

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  14. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION.

    Cr. W. A. ADAMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at Leongatha, Thursday, 19th, at 2.30 p.m., Mechanics' Institute; Kortunburra, Thursday, 19th, at 8 p.m., Mechanics' Institute. ...

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  15. BULLET THROUGH THE HAND.

    BALRANALD, Wednesday.—A young man named Sydney Morgan was handling a revolver at Hillermant's farm, near Balranald, when a cartridge in the weapon ...

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  16. MELBOURNE EAST PROVINCE.

    Your present Representative, respectfully SOLICITS YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT. Polling Day, Thursday, 2nd June, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ...

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  17. STRANGLED BY A SWING.

    COROWA, Wednesday.—The 18-months-old son of Senior-sergeant Walsh attempted to scramble into a small swing hanging from a fruit tree in the garden, and slipped. His ...

    Article : 48 words
  18. CARTS COLLIDE.

    BERWICK, Wednesday.—Mr. Robert J. Kelly, of Harkaway, was driving to Berwick in a spring-cart yesterday, and when passing another vehicle a collision occurred. ...

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  19. GENERAL NEWS.

    The solicitors of the Australian Widows' Fund Society Limited have advised that the society must hold its meeting called for tomorrow at 12 o'clock, at the board-room, in ...

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  20. PRICE FOR SUGAR-CANE.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—The case in which Lauritz Peter Larsen sued W. L. Fowles, the under-secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Government and ...

    Article : 212 words
  21. RESCUED FROM DROWNING.

    WALLAN WALLAN, Wednesday.— Annie Bull, the four-year-old child of Mr. Arthur Bull, whilst playing around a deep waterhole in the corner of the garden, in ...

    Article : 59 words
  22. EXHIBITION-BUILDING.

    A deputation of trustees of the Exhibition-building, beaded by the chairman (Dr. L. L. Smith), and including Mr. Toutcher, M.L.A., called upon the Chief ...

    Article : 196 words
  23. IMPORTED SOCIALISTS.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—During the voyage of the Osterley between Suez and Colombo a hundred German immigrants to Queensland celebrated May Day by raising the red ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. RUN OVER BY DRAY.

    CHARLTON, Wednesday.—Mr. G. S. Bennett, a well-known farmer of Yeungroon, had a narrow escape from serious injury while visiting Charlton. A horse in ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. IN THE POLICE COURTS. WEIGHTS AND SCALES.

    At the Fitzroy Court on Wednesday, Walter Brown, grocer, Delbridge-street, North Fitzroy, was prosecuted, for having an unjust weight in his possession. Defendant said that the 141b. ...

    Article : 182 words
  26. THE RAILWAYS. TRAFFIC RECEIPTS.

    An increase of £8,759 on the receipts for the week ending May 7 has brought the increase on the aggregate receipts for the period from July 1, 1909, over the ...

    Article : 91 words
  27. COUNTRY ROADS. CONTROL BOARD PROPOSED.

    GEELONG, Wednesday.—This afternoon a conference of representatives of district shire councils was held in the Exchange in support of the proposed formation of a ...

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  28. MISSION METHODS.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—Mr. Appel, the Home Secretary, to-day had a long interview with Archbishop Donaldson upon the subject of the mission station at ...

    Article : 200 words
  29. ENGINE BREAKS DOWN.

    KORUMBURRA, Wednesday.—The morning passenger train from Melbourne did not arrive till 10.40 to-day, instead of 9.50, the delay being due to a breakdown of the engine. An engine was sent ...

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  30. LAST TRAIN INCIDENTS.

    Following upon the stabbing affray at North Richmond, two young men, named Walter Wake and William Norman, were charged before Messrs. Stead and Freeman, J.P.'s at the Richmond Court ...

    Article : 366 words
  31. ANTIQUATED CARRIAGES.

    Sir,—There are second-class carriages in use on the suburban lines that are a disgrace to the department. Have we got to use these until they wear out? for, if so, they will be with us for the ...

    Article : 58 words
  32. THE MILDURA RAILWAY SERVICE.

    Sir,—In the leading article in "The Argus" of to-day on decentralisation you say:—"If the residents of Swan Hill and Mildura are willing to pay the cost of faster ...

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  33. LAND AND PROPERTY SALES. COUNTRY.

    Messrs. Hagelthorn and Bolton, Geelong, report that on account of the executors of the late Mr. Phillip Cantwell, they have sold the property known [?] Hunterston, near Ballan, of 936 odd acres, ...

    Article : 399 words
  34. CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT.

    At the City Court on Tuesday, John M'Garvin, a youth of 17, was charged, before Messrs. Cresswell, P.M., and W. Bell and C. Goldspink, J.P.'s, with having embezzled moneys belonging to the Auldana ...

    Article : 223 words
  35. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

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  36. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The letter in "The Argus" of yesterday from Mr. George Broadbent under the heading of "Main Roads Board," is really a valuable contribution, and is full ...

    Article : 277 words
  37. FALSE SCALES.

    Andrew Blundy, greengrocer, Connell-street, Hawthorn was charged at the Hawthorn Court on Tuesday with having false scales in his possession Inspector Gregory deposed to having examined a ...

    Article : 125 words
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  39. MOUNT NOORAT ESTATE.

    TERANG, Wednesday.—On Saturday Mr. A. J. Black disposed by auction of 1,260 acres of the Mount Noorat Estate. Three lots were sold at £80 per acre, the highest price yet reached in ...

    Article : 58 words
  40. FITZROY STATE SCHOOL.

    Definite action is at last being taken to replace the old State school at Bell-street, Fitzroy, by a new building. Another site has been purchased, on the opposite side of ...

    Article : 144 words
  41. LAND AND STOCK SAIES IN THE DONALD DISTEICT.

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  42. CANTERBURY GRIEVANCES.

    Sir,—Two matters in connection with the fire which happened in this district on Sunday evening last deserve mention. The first is the fire-fighting plant, which consisted of ...

    Article : 141 words
  43. AN UNJUST MEASURE.

    At the Richmond Court on Monday, E. Banfield, a milk vendor, carrying on business at Albert-street, Richmond, was fined £3, with 2/6 costs, for having an unjust measure in his possession, ...

    Article : 70 words
  44. PILLAR-BOX PLUNDERED.

    DANDENONG, Wednesday.—A few days ago a resident went to post a letter in the box at the railway stition. He discovered that the bottom of the wooden box ...

    Article : 71 words
  45. CHINESE GAMBLERS FINED.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—About a dozen Chinese found late last night in a fan-tan establishment in Castlerengh-street were at the Central Police Court to-day each fined, ...

    Article : 65 words
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