The trial was concluded yesterday before Mr. Justice Schutt in the Criminal Court of Stanley Rupert Brett, a young man, who was charged with the manslaughter ...Article : 660 words
At Sandringham yesterday leading women golfers in Victoria competed for the challenge Coronation medal (teams of four players). Practising putting on the green from left to right were:—Misses M. Ross, G. Hay, V. Botheras, H. Guthrie, D. Mollison, and M. McLeod. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 47 words
Instead of passing over the railway bridge, near Park street, Brunswick (upper picture), on Thursday night, a Ford motor-bus, driven by W. Drayton, of Blyth street, Brunswick, crashed through the fence and fell 30ft. down the side of the railway cutting, to the line below. The extent of the fall-is illustrated in the lower picture. The driver escaped with minor injuries, and the bus was only slightly ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 81 words
Dealing with expropriated properties and businesses in the mandated teritory of New Guinea from a business point of view, a report by Messrs. Yarwood, Vane, and ...Article : 866 words
Feminine interest is keen in the collection of dolls for Mrs. E. Tudor's "Dollies' Day" for Salvation Army rescue work on June 27. Crowds of shoppers in Prahran inspected yesterday the "dollies" window display at the Charles M. Read Co.'s Stores, Chapel street. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 48 words
After a hearing extending over 10 days, a settlement was yesterday arrived at in the action resulting from a dispute concerning the will of Joseph Anson, late of ...Article : 410 words
At the Oakleigh District Poultry Society's ninth annual show held at the Mechanics' Hall yesterday, first prize and championship for Pekin drakes was won by Mr. A. L. Nichol's fine exhibit. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 35 words
A water burst in Little Collins street yesterday, and the released water spurted high into the air. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 28 words
Mr. G. J. Johnston is one of the keenest riders to hounds in the State. He enjoyod the brisk cross-country gallop when the Melbourne Hunt Club met this week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
John Seward, of Barkly street, West Foot[?] butcher, brought an action before Judge Wasley and a [?] of four, in the County Court yesterday, examing £400 damages from Bert James ...Article : 301 words
A proposal for the payment of chemists supplying medicines under a national insurance scheme on a flat rate basis was made to the Royal Commission on National ...Article : 508 words
Shares held by four children in the Australian United Insurance Company Limited, in liquidtion, were the subject of an application m[?] to Mr. Justice McArthur, in the Practice ...Article : 152 words
At the Kew Presbyterian Church, Cotham road, yesterday, Miss Annie Maxwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Maxwell, Edinburgh, Scotland, was married to Mr. Jon. H. Balfour, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Balfour Kow. In the wedding group at the church, from left to right, are Miss M. H. Balfour, bridesmaid; bride and bridegroom, Miss Agnes Balfour, trainbearer; and Mr. Dale Routlodge, best man. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 70 words
Annual golfing competitions of the Naval and Military Club for cup and trophies were held at the Rosanna links yesterday. Mr. C. E. Dodge drove of the first ball from No. I toe. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
Judge Bethridge had before him, in the County Court yesterday, an action in which Florence Turner, a married woman, of Young street, [?] D. Levy, of Glenferrie [?] ...Article : 250 words
At the City Court yesterday William Anderson, aged [?] years, [?] of Port Melbourne, was [?] before Mr. Knight, P.M., and Messrs. [?] O Calaghan, W. H. Curtis, C. R. Smithwick, ...Article : 232 words
HOBART, Friday.—Following upon a Cabinet meeting last night the premier (Mr. Lyons) announced that Mr. E. W. Turner, senior police magistrate, who had ...Article : 151 words
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