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  2. CHAUFFEUR ON TRAIL.

    Charged with manslaughter, Matthew John Curtin, of Drummond street, North Carlton, a chauffeur, the driver of a motor-car which struck and killed James ...

    Article : 539 words
  3. AUSTRALIAN-MADE TENNIS BALLS.

    In view of the recent decision of the Victorian Lawn Tennis Association in favour of the use of imported tennis balls at tournments held under its control, interest is attached to the manufacture of tennis balls in the Melbourne [?]terles of the Dunlop Rubber company and the Barbot Glass Company at Montague and Footseray respectively. The first picture (from left to right) shows the cutting out of the two sections of the ball from sheet rubber; the comenting together of the sections makes the sttap[?] blocks seen on the right of this picture. In the second picture, the blocks, vulcanised into shape, and rounded, are being filled with compressed air. In the third picture the plain rubber balls are being [?] with flanned coats, and on the right th[?] coverings are being stiched on. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 142 words
  4. DRIVER ARBITRATION.

    Before Mr. Justice Mann in the First Civil Court yesterday, the hearing was continued of argument on questions of law relating to the arbitration proceedings ...

    Article : 1,278 words
  5. WOMEN DRUG ADDICTS.

    Concern has been caused the police by evidence found in the slum areas of the city in the last few months of the introduction into Melbourne of what is known in ...

    Article : 1,303 words
  6. WILD GEESE PROTECTED.

    It is the in[?]tion of the Fisheries and Game department to protest all the year round the rare mapple geese, a specimen of which is shown in the upper picture; below is the Caps Barron, geese, which is still plentiful, and for which the present open season continues. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
  7. WINTER SPORTS AT MOUNT BUFFALO.

    Another of the series of artistic posters has been issued by the Railways department. It is designed to illustrate the winter delights of Mount Buffalo, and so indirectly increase the revenue of the department. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  8. POPULAR COURSING OFFICIAL.

    At the Victoria Derby and Oaks c[?]sing meeting, which [?] at Werribee yesterday with record entries, an important duty is entrusted to Mr. Edward Ryan, the veteran sportsman, who handles the l[?]sh. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 35 words
  9. GERMAN OR POLISH?

    The question of determining whether five beneficiaries under the will of Isodore Katz, of Ryrie street, Geelong, financier, were of German or Polish nationality came before ...

    Article : 400 words
  10. LITTLE STEAMER'S ROUGH VOYAGE.

    The Kittebranks, a small coastal steamer, has put into a river-[?]orth after a particularly rough voyage from Hobart, lasting 2[?]days. Fuel and food gave out, and the crew had to live on [?]sh while sh[?]tering under Wilson's Premontory. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 44 words
  11. "PNEUMONIA" CAR FOR COUNTRY LINES.

    While the Tait car is admirably suited for the suburban services, it is heartily detected on country lines, for passengers cannot escape draughts. A motion that the cars be withdrawn was defected by only two votes in Parliament last August, and after the unfortunate experience of half-frozen passengers on the Ballarat train on Saturday morning, the opposition to their continued use has strengthened. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
  12. TRANSMISSION TOWERS.

    —(J. Laurie, Moe, Photo.) Six months ago the State Electricity Commissioners began the [?]tion of the steel towers for 102 miles of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  13. TROUBLE OVER BUSINESS.

    A claim and counter claim in respect to the sale of a confectionery and tobacconist business, in High street, Northcote, was heard by Judge Wasley in the Second ...

    Article : 245 words
  14. MOTOR REPAIRS DISPUTED.

    Before Judge Dethridge, in the Country Court yesterday, the Camberwell Motors Proprietary Ltd., Burke road, Camberwell, sued Violet M. Betherns of Panley, Domain road, South Yarra, ...

    Article : 278 words
  15. LORD MAYOR AND TOWN CLERK.

    It is only on rare [?]sions that the Lord Mayor (Councillor J. W. S[?]) and the [?] (Mr. T. G. kilery) venture [?] together in all the glory of their robes of [?] day. This is a snapshot takes on one of those [?]sions. The [?] solid [?], and is [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 53 words
  16. HOPETOUN'S WAR MEMORIAL.

    —(J. N. D[?]latl, Warrackns[?]l, photo.) What is claimed to be the [?] [?] has recently been [?] at Hopetown. It is [?] in the district, in [?] it [?] [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  17. ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE.

    An application for leave to serve a [?]rit for breach of promise of marriage outside the jurisdiction was made to Mr. Justice Macfarian in the Practice Court yesterday ...

    Article : 125 words
  18. REBUKE FROM BENCH.

    During the hearing of evidence by Mr. Deputy President Webb in the Arbitration Court yesterday, in the claim being made by the Australian Timber Workers' Union ...

    Article : 266 words
  19. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    Lawrence James Cowlishaw, carpenter, was charged in the City Court yesterday with having on April 18 forged a certain request for payment of £10 on a cheque with intent to defraud. ...

    Article : 237 words
  20. FOOTBALL MATCH INCIDENT.

    On the information of Constable Davis, Samuel W[?]taway, aged 2[?] years, bootmaker and Bronge Harrd, aged 25 years, labourer, were charged before Messrs. Barag[?]nath, [?]arr, Jago, and Alkemade, ...

    Article : 244 words
  21. HOTELKEEPER DROWNED.

    A verdict of [?]ound drowned was returned by the city co[?]ner (Dr. Cole) yesterday at the inq[?] on the body of William Edward [?], [?] of the [?]ed Lion [?]tel Wim[?]. The ...

    Article : 46 words
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