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  2. SEASONING SAUSAGES.

    Divergent views upon the merits of [?] patent for seasoning sausages were expressed by Justices of the High Court in reserved judgment delivered yesterday. ...

    Article : 500 words
  3. DESTROYERS IN DOCK.

    The Anzac (right), leader of the visiting destroyer flotilla, and the Stalwart, berthed side by side at No. 1 Victoria Dock, look out of place in the midst of the bustle of shipping. They leave Melbourne on Monday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 43 words
  4. YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS DISPLAY THEIR SKILL.

    At the Montague School of Domestic Arts yesterday Mr. Murphy, M.L.A. (third from the left), opened an interesting exhibition of the work performed by the young housekeepers and dressmakers. The principal (Miss Z. Meeres) is on the right. All the girls in this picture are wearing attractive frocks made by themselves, while the girl socond on the left is proud of her now bathing-gown. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 71 words
  5. RUSHWORTH ASSAULT CASE.

    Irvine Baily Anderson appeared before Judge Woinarski in General Sessions yesterday on a charge of having committed an assault at Rushworth, causing actual ...

    Article : 273 words
  6. POLICE INQUIRY.

    When the Royal commission that is inquiring into the condition of the police force generally assembled yesterday afternoon. two witnesses who had previously ...

    Article : 986 words
  7. DISPUTED WILL.

    Revocation fo probate of the will of William Carroll, retired farmer, late of St. Arnaud, was sought in proceedings which were begun before Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 396 words
  8. RARE ORCHID.

    One of the features of the horticultural show at the Town Hall is the display, of orchids. A striking exhibit by the Victorian Orchid Club is this bloom of Cypripedium Mandiae Magniflcum. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words
  9. UMBRELLAS AND MACKINTOSHES.

    Instead of a brilliant display of feminine fashions, Oaks Day yesterday resolved itself in the rain into a dispiriting parade of umbrellas, waterproofs, and goloshes. This photograph shows the vista of umbrellas on the terrace and hill in the drizzle which preceded the running of the Oaks race. A moment after the shutter clicked the barrier rose and in response to an insistent clamour umbrellas were folded up and spectators not under cover watched the race in the rain. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 82 words
  10. HIGH COURT AND HOME RULE.

    Mrs. Jane Moran has been unsuccessful in her appeal to the Full Court of the High Court against a judgment of Mr. Justice Weigall in matters arising out of ...

    Article : 596 words
  11. PISTOL UP HIS SLEEVE.

    Thomas Allen Breunan, aged 24 years, was charged at the City Court on Thursday with having carried a pistol without a permit, and with having stolen from the ...

    Article : 206 words
  12. SHIPPING ACTIVITY.

    Not for several years has the Port of Melbourne prosented such a scene of activity as that which met the eye at Victoria Dock yesterday. Vessels from overseas are crowding In to discharge.cargo beforo loading wool for export, and the dock sheds are full to the unusual extent of "double-banking." In this section of the dock are the Pareora Janus, the two destroyers Anzac and Stalwart, and the Ironmaster. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 75 words
  13. WHARF WORKERS IN THE RAIN.

    Many overseas vessels were delayed in unloading cargo through the rain yesterday, but a few willing workers continued to unload oil and motor-cars from the Pareora. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
  14. DANCE HAIL INSPECTOR.

    MR. GEORGE WEST, City Inspector of St. Kilda, who has been entrusted by the council with the task of Inspecting dancing halls In St. Kilda, and of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 35 words
  15. BOATBUILDER'S LOSS.

    A waistcoat with £54 in the pockets was stolen on Wednesday from a hook on the basement wall of boatbuilding premises on the south side of Prince's Bridge. ...

    Article : 119 words
  16. LICENSING PROSECUTION.

    In the Fitzroy Court on Thursday William Ellis was charged with having at Fitzroy on October 14, being the licensee of the Parade Hotel, Fitzroy, permitted liquor to he disposed of after ...

    Article : 314 words
  17. POLICE RAID GAMING-HOUSE.

    Details of a police raid on an alleged gaming house in Darling street Footscray, on the evening of October 31, were given to Mr. W.G. Smith, P.M., and Mr. H. E. Caldecott. J.P., at ...

    Article : 533 words
  18. "NOTHING TO SAY."

    When Thomas Smith, a aged 22 years, seaman, at the City Court on Thursday not only, pleaded guilty to a charge of having begged aims, but also said that he had nothing to say in his ...

    Article : 198 words
  19. CHAMPION CARNATION.

    "Florrie," a magnificent pale pink carnation exhibited by Messrs. R. Poultor and Sons, was awarded the championship in the spring show at the Town Hall yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 33 words
  20. THE NIGHT PATROL'S THIRD SUCCESS.

    Down the new lane to the scales, His Excellenoy the Earl of Stradbroko's horse. The Night Patrol, ridden by R. Lewis; [?] the weighing yard yesterday after winning the Linlithgow Stakes, his third victory in the spring racing carnival. Mr. J. M. Camcron's The Hawk (second) followed on the left, and Mr. R. M. Hawker's imported horse Bold and Bad (South Australia) on the right. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 74 words
  21. DOMESTIC ARTS.

    The annual exhibition of the pupils' work at the School of Domestic Arts, Montague, was held at the school yesterday. The work of the 200 pupils who attend the school was well displayed. ...

    Article : 242 words
  22. GOOD INFLUENCE OF WIFE.

    Vincent Mario Darling pleaded gullty yesterday, before the Acting Chief Justice (Sir Leo Cusses) in the Criminal Court, to a charge of faise pretences. He admitted several previous ...

    Article : 110 words
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