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  2. MR. NEIL BLACK'S WILL.

    A matter arising out of the will of the late Mr. Neil Walter Black, of Noorat, landed proprietor, came before Mr. Justice A'Beckett in the Practice Court yesterday, ...

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  3. PEOPLING THE LAND. FARMERS ON THE WAY.

    A number of land-seekers are expected to arrive during the next few weeks. The Geelong, which is due in a few days, has on latest advices 12 farmers on board, and the ...

    Article : 237 words
  4. LABOUR NEWS. ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN.

    Further evidence was taken before Mr. Justice Higgins in the Arbitration Court yesterday as to the conditions of work and living obtaining amongst enginedrivers ands ...

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  5. THE CENSUS. APPOINTMENT OF CLERKS.

    For the examination held simultaneously in the different States in connection with the proposed appointment of 150 census clerks, there were 1,800 entrants. The ...

    Article : 289 words
  6. HARVESTER STRIKE. ARBITRATION POWERS.

    Attention was directed by Mr. E. F. Russell, sceretary of the Agricultural Iinplement Employees' Union, at the mass meeting of men yesterday, to the point ...

    Article : 251 words
  7. NOTES FOR BOYS. GOULD LEAGUE PRIZES.

    The long task of judging the nature essays written by State school pupils throughout Victoria for Gould Bird League prizes his been finished, and the names of winners ...

    Article : 188 words
  8. HAIRDRESSERS AMALGAMATE.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—Mr.G. Roberts, secretary of the Australian Master Hairdressers' and Wig-makers' Federation, recently arrived in Adelaide from Melbourne ...

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  9. LABOUR MEMBERS.

    Sir,—I am a worker, but my union has not yet been been levied on for strike funds. I with others will not pay the levy when made, for I consider that it is now up to ...

    Article : 565 words
  10. YILGARN MINERS' STRIKE.

    SOUTHERN CROSS, Monday.—The difficulties through want of water that have attended mining in the southern portion of Yilgarn were accentuated on Saturday last. ...

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  11. IN THE OPEN AIR.

    Mr. H. A. Harrison, of Dalry S.S. (via Heywood), writes:—"I am forwarding a packet, containing two snakes' heads. We are in doubt as to the [?]cies one, to send both for your consideration. ...

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  12. MEETING VESSELS.

    It has proved advisable to send officers to meet the steamers which bring any number of assisted passengers to Victoria. An officer from the Intelligence Burean ...

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  13. LEADERS CRITICISED.

    "A lot of attention has been paid to me in the press to-day," sail Mr. Skehan, the president of the Agrienltural Employees' Union, at the mass meeting yesterday ...

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  14. PAYMENT OF COLLECTORS.

    Yesterday afternoon a deputation representing the census collectors of the Melbourne metropolitan area was introdueed to the Secretary for Home Affairs (Colonel ...

    Article : 278 words
  15. BARRIER TROUBLES.

    BROKEN HILL. Monday.—The mining managers' committce held a special meeting this afternoon to consider the dispute with the lronmoulders' Society. Nothing, ...

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  16. COLLECTIONS ABOLISHED.

    KORUMBUERRA, Monday/—On the induction of the Rev. J. C. Davies to the Presbyterian Church it was decided, at his request to place a box in the church porch. ...

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  17. CROWDED SCHOOL.

    The crowded state of the North Richmond State school was again referred to at the meeting of the Richmond Council on Monday night. ...

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  18. ITALIAN DELEGATION.

    The represntatives of the Italian Government, Signor Bandarelli and Signor Parapin, who have come to Victoria to report on the irrigation areas of this State ...

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  19. VICTIM OF COERCION.

    Sir,—The community should be grateful to "Fairplay" for his letter in "The Argus" of to-day, and his effort to make some compensation to the first—though not, I fear, ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. COMPLAINT OF ASSAULT.

    TALLANGATTA, Monday.—Mr. Thomas Walker, one of the district census coilectors, has reported to the police that on approaching a house to collect cards he was ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I am glad to sec by a letter in your issue of to-day, signed "Fairplay." that there are members of this community who are desirous of showing practical sympathy to ...

    Article : 77 words
  22. 100 PER CENT OF ERRORS.

    TALLANGATTA. Monday.—One of the district cen[?]s colletors who has excceded the time allowed for collection, states that in one house. where 20 cards were left, not ...

    Article : 47 words
  23. FIRE IN ELIZABETH-STREET.

    In the early hours of Sunday morning a fire broke out in Mr. P. Booheris's oyster shop, 371 Elizabeth-street. and the fire brigade was sumnoned by the street-alarm. ...

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  24. NEW ARRIVALS.

    Twelve assisted passenger, of whom 11 were nominated by friends in Victoria arrived by the Omrah yesterday. The vessel had on board altogether 18in the third class ...

    Article : 87 words
  25. ENFORCING THE LAW.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—The Government statist (Mr. Weedon) is confronted with trouble in connection with the census. certain obstinate persons refusing to ...

    Article : 89 words
  26. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I quite agree with everything expressed by "Fairplay" in Saturday's issue of your paper. The treatment of respectable citizes by the unionist mob would not ...

    Article : 121 words
  27. HOTEL THIEVES.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—hotel thieves were again busy last night. A room in the Royal Exchange Hotel ay Marrickville was forced open, and £[?]. belonging to the licensee, ...

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  28. FIRE IN PILLAR-BOX.

    When a pillar-box at the Public Works department was cleared yesterday morning it was found that 10 letters had been damaged by fire,several being almost ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. CONDUCT OF ASYLUMS.

    YARRAM. Monday.—It has been decided by the shire council to ask Mr. Livingston. M.L.A., to use his influence in having a thorough inquiry made into ...

    Article : 53 words
  30. THE SYME FRIZE.

    The Syme Prize, which is open to competition amongst scientific investigators in all Australian States, has this year been awarded to Dr. Georgina Sweet, of the ...

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  31. WONTHAGGI STATE SCHOOL.

    Arrangements have now been made for the completion of the new State school at Wonnthaggi without further delay. When the first portion of the building was begun ...

    Article : 195 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 335 words
  33. DEARTR OF GONTRACTORS.

    MORTLAKE, Monday.—At the monthly meeting of the Mortlake Shire Council only one tender for works was let. There is still a dearth of coutractors here, and a ...

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  34. OPEN STRIKE MEETINGS.

    After the list of contributions to the strike fund had been read at yesterday's meeting of the men at the Old Trades-hall, a member of the Agricultural implement ...

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  35. WAGES BOARD DECISION.

    At the meeting of the wages board last night an advance of 1/ a day was agreed on for wood machinists other than those employed in working a Boults carver, boring ...

    Article : 55 words
  36. RESERVOIR STORAGES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 111 words
  37. LIFT ATTENDANTS.

    The Lift Attendants' Union intend to ask on the trade wages board that 1/ an hour be paid for 48 hours work a week. Mr. Miscampbell has been appointed chairman ...

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  38. GARDENERS AND NURSERYMEN.

    An application by the Gardeners' and Nurserymen's Union of Australia came before the industriad registrar (Mr. A. M. Stewart) yesterday, upon an application by ...

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  39. TINSMITHS' WAGES INCREASED.

    The Tinsmiths' Wages Board has submitted to the Factories and Shops department a new determination, which gives increases of from 4/ to 7/ a week to a large number ...

    Article : 218 words
  40. FIRE AT GENERAL STORE.

    WAGGA, Monday.—The district coroner (Mr. George Stevenson, P.m.) held an inquiry concerning the fire which destroyed the general store of Thomas Oakman at ...

    Article : 232 words
  41. DONATIONS.

    A sum of £226 was received yesterday in aid of the strike found. The principal contributions were — Tobacco Workers Union (levy), £31/18/2: Typographical ...

    Article : 226 words
  42. FRUIT SHIPPING STRIKE.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—The Gem Navigation Company has received the following [?]elegram from its manager at Murraybridge:— ...

    Article : 119 words
  43. BURGLARS IN BONDED STORE.

    PERTH,Monday.—The robbery committed at T.Coyle's bonded and free store West Perth, on Saturday night or Sunday morning was not so extensive as at first ...

    Article : 103 words
  44. GIRLS AS SKIVERS.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Trouble is again threatened in the boot trade. Members of the wages board, as the result of the inspection of a Fortuna "skiver" at woke in ...

    Article : 252 words
  45. QUESTION BOX.

    VENOMOUS SPIDERS."State School Teacher" (Mia Mia) writes:—"[?] The Argus of Tuesday J. W. Hall asks for information [?] the [?] of the black spider with red stripes on back. I would ...

    Article : 1,379 words
  46. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    DONALD, Monday.—The residence of Mr. F. Dunstan at Donald East was destroyed by fire on Friday. The origin of the outbreak is unknown. The damage was covered by insurance with the ...

    Article : 148 words
  47. MANUFACTURES OPEN DOOR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 81 words
  48. GAWLER STRIKERS.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—An unaxpected deveclopment occurred in conncotion with the strike of implement workers at Gawler to-day. Two members of the Implement ...

    Article : 89 words
  49. Advertising

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  50. Advertising

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