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  3. CALL TO THE COLOURS

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  4. NATIONAL FUNDS.

    The Victorian Red Cross Fund for Australian Sick and Wounded Soldiers was augmented by over £1,238 yesterday. The principal contributions were £250 from W. ...

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  5. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    When the Legislative Assembly resumed its sittings yesterday the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Hutchinson) in reply to Mr. Bailey, said that the Ministry was giving ...

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  6. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    Pte. E. A. Birkill (Killed). Pte. C. Fincher (Killed). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. VICTORIAN CLUB.

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  8. LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL.

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  9. WHY DON'T YOU ENLIST?

    At the Preston Court yesterday, before Messrs. Isaac Barrow (chairman) and W. Braithwaite, J.P.'s, Alfred John Palmer proceeded against Albert Ernest Palmer for ...

    Article : 476 words
  10. BROKEN HILL CONTRIBUTIONS.

    BROKEN HILL (N.S.W.), Tuesday.— The Broken Hill Belgian Relief Fund has now reached £3,488. The Red Cross and Australia Day funds have both reached large ...

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  11. EMPLOYERS' FEDERATION.

    The announcement by the State Premier that the wages boards are generally to be allowed to resume their sittings was received with disapproval by the executive ...

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  12. PROBLEM IN DIVORCE.

    Under the act of 1906 it decree of divorce becomes absolute at the end of three months after the Court has granted an order nisi, but in cases where such an order ...

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  13. SERBIAN RELIEF FUND.

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  14. "THE ARGUS" LIST.

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  15. POLISH RELIEF FUND.

    We have received the sum of £1 from R. B. Mearns for above fund, and same will be handed to the Lord Mayor. ...

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  16. COMMONWEALTH BUTTON FUND.

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  17. FRIDAY NIGHT SHOPPING.

    The fact that the trading hours of hotels in Victoria have been reduced by 30 per week has caused the Shop Assistants' Union to make another attempt to induce ...

    Article : 192 words
  18. MISSING BANK NOTES.

    The third trail of Solly Burvill on a charge of having on December 4, 1914, at Melbourne, while an officer in the New South Wales branch of the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 214 words
  19. RED CROSS BUTTON.

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  20. "THE ARGUS" LIST.

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  21. AUSTRALIA BUTTON FUND.

    Buttons for Australia Day will be issued to suburbs and country towns on and after July 24, and will be available from the head office, The Block, Melbourne. ...

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  22. VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES

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  23. THE JUMBLE SHOP.

    Mrs. Henry Harper and a committee of ladies appeal for contributions of any household goods, works of art, books, jewellery, pot plants, &c., for the Jumble Shop. The shop will be re-opened ...

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  24. AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS.

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  25. ABANDON THE SHOW.

    Sir,—No cogent reason has been suggested in favour of postponing the Show, other than that the grounds may be required by the Defence department for the ...

    Article : 352 words
  26. SMALL COINS IN COLLECTION.

    Sir,—As was reported in "The Argus," about £300 was collected by the ladies of North Melbourne and West Melbourne for the Red Cross Violet Fund last Friday. ...

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  27. MOTOR-CAR CASE.

    In the County Court yesterday, before Judge Moule and a jury of six, the hearing was concluded of a claim by Fanny Maria Aldridge, of Salisbury grove, Northcote, ...

    Article : 265 words
  28. "THE ARGUS" LIST.

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  29. VARIOUS EFFORTS.

    The mayoress of Northcote (Mrs. A. E. Tharratt) is desirous of meeting, at the Town Hall, Northcote, to-morrow, at 3 p.m., all ladies willing to help on Australia Day (July 30). ...

    Article : 135 words
  30. BELGIUM'S NEED

    The sum received yesterday in response to "The Argus" Special Appeal for funds to feed the starving people of Belgium amounted to £154/10/6. and the total now ...

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  31. CRIMINAL COURT.

    The sittings of the Criminal Court were continued yesterday before Mr. Justice Hodges. Mr. Woinarski, K.C., prosecuted for the Crown. ASSAULT. ...

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  32. APPLICANT FOR PENSION.

    George Alfred Jackson, an elderly, infirm man was fined £2, with £4/4/ costs, at the District Court yesterday, before Mr. Goldsmith, P.M., for having made a false ...

    Article : 115 words
  33. "THE ARGUS" SPECIAL APPEAL.

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  34. THE INTERCESSION.

    Archbishop Clarke has sent a circular to the clergy of thee diocese, in which he states that he desire the church to adopt the midday pause for intercession, as is being done in England and ...

    Article : 281 words
  35. CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION.

    As an arbitrator in a matter under the Workers' Compensation Act, Judge Box, sitting in the Insolvency Court yesterday, heard evidence and argument on a claim ...

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  36. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—It seems to me that more good could be done by holding the Royal Show as usual, and giving all the profits, as well as a percentage on all sales made in the yards, ...

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  37. VICTORIAN APIARISTS.

    The annual conference of the Victorian Apiarists' Association was opened at Flinders Buildings yesterday. The president (Mr. D. M. Morgan) was in the chair, and the delegates included ...

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  38. SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS

    The annual literary and musical competitions of the South Street Society will be held at Ballarat next October, as usual. This being the silver jubilee of the ...

    Article : 109 words
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