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  2. LABOUR NEWS. HARBOUR TRUST SALARIES.

    At a meeting of the Commissioners of the Melbourne Harbour Trust yesterday afternoon, Commissioner J. S. White (chairman) presiding, the finance ...

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  3. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. IMPROVED SMALL HOLDINGS.

    There appears to be some misunderstanding regarding the position of the settlements established under the Small Improved Holdings Act of 1906. This act ...

    Article : 245 words
  4. CLAIM FOR £10,000.

    An action is proceeding in the First Civil Court, before Mr. Justice A'Beckett, in which Askin Morrison Nicholas, of Melbourne, mining engineer, claims the sum of ...

    Article : 875 words
  5. ROCK-COTTER'S RECORD.

    There is considerable danger of the Harhour Trust's rock cutter working itself out of a job So speedy and succesfully does it cut through the rocky bottom of the ...

    Article : 462 words
  6. NEWPORT VACANCIES.

    A deputation from the Trades- hall Council wanted upon the Minister for Railways (Mr. Billson) yesterday and protested against immigrants being engaged by the ...

    Article : 596 words
  7. TELEPHONE BOOKS.

    The right of any private person to publish a list of telephone subscribers was argued in a case which came before the High Court yesterday. The ...

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  8. LICENSING ACT. QUESTION OF CHARACTER.

    Mr. Justice Hodges had to deal in the Practice Court yesterday with an interesting matter under the Licensing Act. At the sitting of the Licensing Court at ...

    Article : 605 words
  9. CONSPIRACY TRIAL.

    A continuation was heard Yesterday of the Crown at the Criminal Court trial, before Mr. Justice Hood and a special jury of 12,of the six persons charged with ...

    Article : 1,661 words
  10. PENDER'S-GROVE RESIDENTS.

    A deputation from Pender's-grove settlement yesterday brought a series of grievances before Mr. Watt, Acting Minister for Lands. Mr. Membrey, M.L.A., ...

    Article : 309 words
  11. STAGE EMPLOYEES.

    Excellent progress, it was started at the last meeting of the association, is being made by the Victorian Stage Employees' Association, and as a new departure a ...

    Article : 207 words
  12. BOX HILL'S WEAKNESS.

    "Two historic and not alogether creditable events" were mentioned by a deputation yesterday in support of an application to the Chief Secretary (Mr.Murray) for ...

    Article : 363 words
  13. REDUCTION BOARD.

    The Licenses Reduction Board sat yesterday, at the Law Courts, to hear cases for deprivation in the licensing district of Prince's Hill. Two cases were dealt with, and in each instance the board ...

    Article : 81 words
  14. CHORISTERS' ASSOCIATION.

    A constitution and rules of the newlyformed Australian Theatrical Choristers' Association were adopted at the last meeting, which was largely attened. Senator ...

    Article : 222 words
  15. RUBY BANK ESTATE.

    The Acting Minister for Lands, Mr. Watt, yesterday promised a deputation of the residents of the Leongatha district, who were introduced by Mr. Mackey, M.L.A., ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. DEPARTMENTAL CONFLICT.

    "Sometimes we find a bit of land that is not very large, and we try to make it available for settlement, and then the Mines department or the Forest department ...

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  17. SUBURBAN PROSECUTIONS.

    For being on the licensed premises of the Harp of Erin Hotel, Kew, during prohibited hours on Sunday, May 15, two young-men, named respectively Robert Ashton and James Harrison, were ...

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  18. DOOGALLOK BLOCKS.

    YEA, AVcdncsdny.-Messrs. F. Lee and M. Murphy, the ncjuiry board, took evi dence to-day from applieanfs for Doogullook blocks. There were seventeen ...

    Article : 147 words
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  20. SUPERNUMERARIES' UNION.

    A meeting of the Victorian Stage Supernumeraries' Society was held on Tuesday at the Trades-hall, when the following officebearers were elected for the ensuing six ...

    Article : 82 words
  21. DEALINGS IN GOLD.

    The hearing of three charges preferred by Thomas Petch,of Nerrina,near Ballarat, against Nathan Bear, machinery merchant, of South Melbourne,of having frauduiently ...

    Article : 327 words
  22. TINSMITHS' WAGES BOARD.

    The Minister of Labour (Mr. Murray) has nominated the following as members of the Tinsmiths' Wages Board:— Messrs. W. J. Campbell, A. W. Jones, J. R[?]se. ...

    Article : 91 words
  23. SHEPPARTON AREAS.

    SHEPPARTON, Wednesday.—A public meeting was held to-night at the shire-hall, to form a branch of the Decentralisation League, and take action to procure land for ...

    Article : 286 words
  24. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    The fortnightly meeting of the council of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce was held on Monday afternoon. Mr. W. M. M'Pherson (president) occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 538 words
  25. CHINESE WORKED ON SUNDAY.

    An act passed in the reign of Charles H. was relied upon by the prosecutor at the Carlton Court on Wednesday of a Chinese cabinet-maker, named Ho Kie, ...

    Article : 111 words
  26. TREATMENT OF CONSUMPTIVES.

    The question of the proper treatment of persons suffering from consumption was discussed at the meeting of the Board of Health yesterday,when a letter was ...

    Article : 359 words
  27. RAILWAY OVERTIME.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.—When the railway accident took issue at the M'Callum's Creek bridge towards the end of last year a number of men were engaged in ...

    Article : 169 words
  28. SUPREME COURT BUSINESS.

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  29. MURDER CHARGE WITHDRAWN.

    Harry Pennington, aged 48, commission agent, surrended to his bail at the City Court yesterday on a charge of having been concerned in the murder of Isabel Nelson ...

    Article : 278 words
  30. SUNDAY WORK IN MINES.

    BROKEN HILL, Wednesday.—The A.M.A. last night passed a resolution strongly protesting against the large amount of Sunday labour being done on the ...

    Article : 42 words
  31. "BOTTLE OH'S" GRIEVANCES.

    These men are hawkers, and what are popularly called'bottleoh's,"remarked Mr. Colter, M.L.A., as he introduced a deputation to the Chief Sceretary (Mr. Murray) ...

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  32. SCHOOL TEACHERS' HOLIDAYS.

    Sir,—The September holidays come at a season when there are no cheap fares. so that the teacher going from his bush school to the metropolis, and vice-versa, ...

    Article : 153 words
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