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  3. QUEENSLAND LETTER.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—Queensland is rejoicing in a wet winter—not, it must be understood, in the sense in which Melbourne would understand the term, but ...

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  4. A WOMAN'S PLACE.

    "Housekeeping or bookkeeping, a woman loses nothing of her womanliness, and gains much in her domestic efficiency by business training, and, what is perhaps even ...

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  5. TAYLOR'S APPEAL

    Leslie Joseph Taylor, who had been convicted at the St. Kilda Court of Petty Sessions on a charge of having been the occupier of a home frequented by reputed ...

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  6. ART IN COMMERCE.

    One of the main objects of the Education department is that the work it does should be brought close to the community. That is what we have tried lo do in all ...

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  7. LIMBLESS SOLDIERS.

    The Dame Nellie Melba appeal on behalf of the limbless, tubercular, and seriously disabled soldiers of Victorial was advanced another stage yesterday when a ...

    Article : 533 words
  8. STORMY PASSAGE.

    "It was only the usual winter weather," said the pursor of the White Star liner Medic when she berthed at Prince's Pier at daylight yesterday; but the passengers ...

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  10. CHARTING BY AEROPLANE.

    Preparations are proceeding for the despatch of an air force seaplane from Melbourne to Townsville to consduct experiments in the charting of the Great ...

    Article : 157 words
  11. BEST LOT OF MIGRANTS.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—The steamer Baradine, from London, which arrived at Adelaide this morning, had on board 44 nominated immigrants for South ...

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  12. CHURCHES AND GAMBLING.

    SHEPPARTON, Monday.—At an Orange Lodge service, conducted in the Presbyterian hall on Sunday afternoon, the Reverend W.E. Secomb, of Melbourne, spoke on ...

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  13. Cost of Group Settlements.

    PERTH, Monday.—The Minister for Immigration (Mr. Angwin) told a deputation to-day that in the coming year £1,250,000 would be required to carry on ...

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  14. ISLAND WORKERS SUCCOURED.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday.—The Union frieghter Hauraki, on the voyage from San Francisco, to Wellington, answered distress signals from Maiden ...

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  15. KILLED BY TRAIN.

    SYDNEY, Monday.—Endeavours to establish the identity of the two young men who were run down by a train and killed near Woy Woy on Sunday have not yet ...

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  16. YOUNG AUSTRALIA LEAGUE.

    The honorary director of the Young Australia League (Mr. J.J. Simons) left for Perth by the Adelaide express yesterday afternoon. Dr. Hobill Cole has consented ...

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  17. CHURCH NEWS.

    Permission has been granted by the Cathedral Chapter to proceed with the memorial tablet which friends of the late Miss Alies Lorell Clarke desire to have erected in St. Paul's Cathedral. Already ...

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  18. LICENSES TRANSFERRED.

    The Licenses Court has concented to the transfer of the following liscenced Vehicle [?] Wo[?]nd, Margaret J. Merchant to Patrick John Dalton; Hopetoun House, [?] John j. [?] to [?] ...

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  19. MAN WITH INJURED HAND.

    While Plain-clothes Constable O'Connell and Cooper were patrolling the city last night they saw a man walking towards them along Little Lonsdale street. His right hand was covered ...

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