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  2. HAMPDEN CLONCURRY COPPER MINE.

    The annual general meeting of the Hampden Cloncurry Copper Mines Limited was held at the registered office of the company, No, 375 Collinsstreet, Melbourne, on Monday, December 11, 1911, ...

    Article : 2,851 words
  3. PEOPLE FOR AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, Nov. 10.—The cmigration troubles, consequent upon the lack of ships, are increasing week by week, On Wednesday Sir George Reid received a private ...

    Article : 924 words
  4. PEOPLING THE LAND. SELECTING IMMIGRANTS.

    Mr. Whitehead, the officer in charge of the Government Labour Bureau in Victoria, and Miss Cuthbertson, chief inspectress of the Factories department, who were ...

    Article : 234 words
  5. WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE.

    On sales being resumed in the local market to-day eatalogues totalling some 9,200 bales were submitted by Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ltd. and Younghusband, Row, and ...

    Article : 4,923 words
  6. SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Wool sales were held at the Sydney Wool Exchange this afternoonn, when 13,581 bates were offered as follows:—Dalgety and Co. Ltd., 7,947 bales; Goldshrough, Mort, and Co. ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. SUGAR COMMISSION.

    MACKAY (Q.), Monday.—The Sugar Commission opened its sittngs at Mackay on Saturday, and ereated more general interest in that destrict than in any of the ...

    Article : 499 words
  8. SNAKE ON DOORSTEP.

    TALLANGATTA, Monday.—Snakes are becoming plentiful. Miss Wheeler, chemist, this morning, on opening the back door of her shop, noticed a snake lying acro's ...

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  9. CONTROL OF MOTOR TRAFFIC. SUBURBAN PROSECUTIONS.

    Several persons were charged at the Prahran Court yesterday, before Messrs. Phipps and CurwenWalker, J.P.,'s with breaches of the motor-car regulations. sub-inspector M'Manamay ...

    Article : 372 words
  10. THE STATE BANK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Regarding the establishment of the Federal State Bank, a very important question suggests itself to my mind, and that is, will it be necessary for ordinary ...

    Article : 194 words
  11. THE RAILWAYS. TRANSPORT OF GRAIN.

    Though the eheat transport season is not oflitially observed until December 15, this season's grain is now being carried over the railways. Over 24,000 bags were ...

    Article : 83 words
  12. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES.

    For some time past the State Ministry has had under consideration the advisableness of moving the offices of the Intelligence Bureau, which deals with all matters of ...

    Article : 254 words
  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Mr. Fisher thinks the public supports him in his efforts to obtain control over the Savings Bank deposits. Let me tell him he is making the rope to cheat ...

    Article : 505 words
  14. ELTHAM LINE.

    According to a correspondent in "The Argus" on Saturday residents of the Eltham district are desirous that the morning trains from Eltham should arrive at Melbourne ...

    Article : 188 words
  15. MAGISTRATES DISAGREE.

    Before Messrs. Dunlop, Hattam, M'Millan, and Briusmead, at the Malvern Court, yesterday, a young man, Bernard Patterson, was charged with having negligently driven a motor-cycle on ...

    Article : 146 words
  16. GROWTH OF ROCHESTER.

    ROCHESTER, Monday.—The progress made by Rochester and district of late years is remarkable. It is due to a very great extent to the large amount of irrigation ...

    Article : 280 words
  17. SIX MILES AN HOUR.

    On some lines it is impossible to attain a very high rate of speed. Between Colac and Crowes trains ovvupy about five hours in covering a distance of 44 miles, and ...

    Article : 141 words
  18. INSANITARY SCHOOLHOUSE.

    At the meeting of the Port Melbourne branch of the Polictcal Labour Council on Monday evening the following motion was moved by Mrs. Davies:— ...

    Article : 162 words
  19. RULE OF THE ROAD.

    In the South Melbourne court on Monday, Messrs. Clarebrough and Dunbar, J.P.'s presiding, Herry Mark, Ennerdale Station, Campendown, was proceeded against for having driven a motor-car on ...

    Article : 72 words
  20. COUNTRY WATER SUPPLY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 177 words
  21. LONGWARRY SOUTH PROPOSAL.

    BUNYIP, Monday.—District reddents are still hopeful of securing the central railway, and at a meeting of the progress association at Longwarry South the secretary was instructed to write to the ...

    Article : 76 words
  22. FRUIT IN OPEN TRUCKS.

    NATHALIA, Monday.—Pruitgrowers forwarding fruit from this station complain that sometimes fruit is placed in open trucks, much to its deteroration, and in hot weather considerable loss ...

    Article : 41 words
  23. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 311 words
  24. PORTARLINGTON LEAGUE.

    PORTARLINGTON, Saturday.—Mr. Parrer, M.L.A., in response to a request from the Portarlington Railway League, has arranged with the Minister of Railways to receive a deputation on ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. CHARLTON IMPROVEMENTS.

    CHARLTON, Saturday.—The Railway department intends to enlarge the accomodation for goods traific at the charlton station. A new loopline is to be put in, and a lot of filling in done, to ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. HEALESVILLE TRAINS.

    Sir,—Now the jcommissioners are talking about speeding up the trains I would like to draw their attention to the slow travelling on the Healesville line. Two and a ...

    Article : 150 words
  27. TEACHERS' CHRICTMAS BOX.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Some time ago the Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. Carmichael) promised the lady teachere in the public service a Christmas box in the shape ...

    Article : 106 words
  28. DAIRYING INDUSTRY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—It is stated that proceedings on behalf of the co-operative movement are being initiated in the High Court to test the legality of the Federal ...

    Article : 95 words
  29. CANCER PATIENT'S SUICIDE.

    ST. ARNAUD. Monday.—On October to George Wilds, formerly a patient in the Amherst Hospital, was admitted to the St. Arnaud Hospital, suffering from cancer of ...

    Article : 150 words
  30. PRESBYTERY OF MELBOURNE SOUTH.

    The Presbytery of Melbourne South met in the Assembly-hall, Collins-street, last night, the moderator, Rev. J. Sinclair (Brighton) presiding. ...

    Article : 357 words
  31. DEGREES IN DENTISTRY.

    Sir.—Having read with great interes the letters with regard to the new dental degree, D. D. Se., which have appeared in "The Argus." I have come to the ...

    Article : 330 words
  32. BOY KILLED BY MOTOR-CAR.

    SYDNEY, Monday. In the Coroner's Court to-day Frank Ernest Dobson, a lieensed chauffeur. was committed for trial on a charge of the mauslaughter of a boy ...

    Article : 65 words
  33. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 66 words
  34. GEELONG.

    S[?], Murrav, and Steamon Pty, Ltd. will ofter by public auction, at the Geelong Wool Exchange, on Thursday next, 10th 3,018 bales of wool, including the following well-known ...

    Article : 107 words
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