Crashing into the wall of a two-story brick building in course of [?]ction at the corner of Kooyong road and Glenhuntly road, Caulfield, on Sunday a motor-car containing five people escaped the avalanche of concrete and bricks which followed the impact. It was indeed a marvellous escape, as will be realised from the position of the car in the Illustration. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 64 words
Remarkable scenes followed the reported discovery of auriferous quartz in the backyard of a building undergoing reconstruction in Fitzroy. Yesterday men were "panning-off" with the aid of the household washing-up bowl. One of the pegs with which a Fitzroy dentist staked out his claim in a lane off Princes street is Illustrated. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 57 words
Irregularities in the search room of the Titles Office were alleged before Judge Woinarski in General Sessions yesterday, when Andrew Michael Bergin, aged 58 ...Article : 902 words
Sir John Monash, chairman of the Royal commission that is inquiring into the circumstances of the police strike of last year, expresed surprise yesterday at the ...Article : 531 words
At a cost of £37,000 this fine War Memorial Hall for the St. Kilda branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' League has been constructed in Acland street by Mr. R. L. Phillips, to the design of Messrs. P. B. Hudson and Wardrop, architects. The hall will be opened by His Excellency the Earl of Stradbroke this afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 64 words
The Anzac, loader of the visiting flotilla of destroyers, moved out from Prince's Pier yesterday, leaving the Stalwart alongside. The destroyers rejoined each other down the bay on their way to torpedo practice. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 42 words
Revocation of probate of the will of William Carroll, late of St. Arnaud, retired farmer, was refused yesterday by Mr. Justice Weigall in tlie Second Civil ...Article : 295 words
Five horses locked in a bunch fought out the finish of the Williamstown Cup yesterday. San Antonio won by half a [?]ead; Graculus, on the rails, came second, and Brown Rajah, nearest the camera, third. In the centre are Yacamunda and Warwickshire. Following are Our Prince (on the rails) and the Melbourne Cup winner Backwood. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 61 words
In search of three men and two women, said by a night watchman to have been engaged in a dispute with the driver of a taxi-cab concerning, their fares, the southern suburban night ...Article : 257 words
The [?]ull Court of Victoria, consisting of Mr. Justice Schutt, Mr. Justice Mann, and Mr. Justice Weigall, yesterday delivered reserved judgement in an appeal from a ...Article : 518 words
Funds for distressed sailors and soldiers will to aided by the sale of statuary by Mrs. Gwen Michael, an exhibition of whose work was opened yesterday In Capital House by Mr. J. K. Forsyth. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
In the Associated Grammar School Sports yesterday R. C. Jones (All Saints), left, and C. J. Maplestone (Caulfield Grammar), right, ran a dead-heat In the 220 yards race (under 14). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 34 words
Alderman Elliott (Smith Ward) was congratulated yesterday by the senior alderman, Alderman Burton (left),on his re-election. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 20 words
At the Essendon, Police Court yesterday, before Mr. C. Rodgers, P. M., and Mr. A. A. Bull. J. P., Ernest Memory, motor-bus driver, was charged with having on October 31, assaulted Thomas Lee. ...Article : 254 words
Rescinding its previous resolution, the City Council yesterday decided to allow a cantilever verandah to be built outside the Athenaeum Hall, which is being remodelled as a theatre. The verandah will mean that the two [?]lms in front will have to be removed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 47 words
Four dainty little squirrels from Java arrived by the s. s. Houtman during the week-end and were safely housed yesterday at the Zoological Gardens, where they rejoiced in comparative freedom after the sea voyage. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Reserved judgment was given by Judge Moule in the County Court yesterday in a case in which J. T. Noble Anderson, formerly engineer to the council of the Shire of Traralgon, claimed £237 ...Article : 240 words
Following upon raids by a number of plain-clothes constables on premises in Elizabeth street, city, and Sydney road, Brunswick, early yesterday afternoon, three men were taken to the city ...Article : 120 words
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