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  3. THE SCHOOLS.

    The combined sports of the various school associations over the schools are now going full steam ahead for the examinations. The work of the year is shortly ...

    Article : 1,724 words
  4. THE PICTURES.

    Last year a deputation from the Queensland branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' League waited upon the then Minister for Customs in Brisbane with a ...

    Article : 1,290 words
  5. LUNCH UNDER THE TREES.

    Instead of holding, their usual weekly indoor luncheon members of the Rotary Club met yesterday at the Botanic Gardens and lunched at gally decorated tables ...

    Article : 498 words
  6. VICTUALLERS' CONGRESS.

    Arrangements which were being made for holding the Federal congress of the United Licensed Victuallers' Association of Australia in Melbourne in April or ...

    Article : 347 words
  7. SCARSDALE SHOOTING.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday. — "The mother has told you that, in her opinion, it was a case of her son's death or her husband's death," said Judge Moule in ...

    Article : 436 words
  8. KEW ASYLUM ADMINISTRATION.

    Evidence in Support of the charges of maladministration at the Kew Asylum nnd cruelty to patients made against the junior medical officer (Dr. R. S. Ellery) was ...

    Article : 811 words
  9. UNIMPROVED LAND TAX.

    A long discussion on the subject of the unimproved land tax and hotel property took place at a meeting of the Victorian branch of the Licensed Victuallers' Association at The Block, ...

    Article : 518 words
  10. PRESUMED TO BE DEAD.

    On an originating summons taken out in the will of James Stuart Robertson, the elder, of Loch street, St. Kilda storeman, Mr. Justice Schutt was asked in the ...

    Article : 306 words
  11. SKIN WOOL CLAIMS.

    The action in which Frederick Bardsley, Kreglinger Fernau Ltd., and others, are suing the Commonwealth Government, the Central Wool Committee, Bawra, and ...

    Article : 610 words
  12. AEROPLANE TRAFFIC.

    FREMANTLE (W.A.), Wednesday.—Mr. Brearley, of West Australian Airways Ltd., returned yesterday by the Orient liner Orsova after an absence from the State of ...

    Article : 114 words
  13. PROGRESS OF BABY CENTRES.

    The monthly council meeting of the Victorian Baby Health Centres Association was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Sir George Cuscaden ...

    Article : 186 words
  14. EMPIRE'S RESOURCES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—In a speech at Inverell the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) urged a more complete organisation of the Empire's resources and greater trade ...

    Article : 177 words
  15. "AUSTRALIAN SPEAKERS' NOTES."

    The mid-November issue of "Australian Speakers' Notes," published yesterday, gives prominence to an article by Mr. E. V. Nixon, F. C. P. A., upon Federal ...

    Article : 333 words
  16. BROTHER AND SISTER MARRY.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—Horace Stephen Maplesden, aged 23 years, and Ethel Susannah Maplesden, aged 21 years, brother and sister, who had unlawfully gone ...

    Article : 122 words
  17. AMBULANCE BALL.

    The final meeting of the committee of the recent ambulance poster and shawl ball was held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. The Lady Mayoress (Mrs. W. ...

    Article : 249 words
  18. INQUESTS AT MORGUE.

    Jerome Driscoll, aged 61 years, of Canterbury, road, Middle Park, was killed by a girder at thee workshop of Johns and Waygood, City road, South Melbourne, on October 20. The city ...

    Article : 154 words
  19. EXCHANGE DIFFICULTY.

    WAGGA (N.S.W.), Wednesday.—Sir Henry Braddon at a luncheon by the Greater Wagga League referred to the exchange problem. ...

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  20. MANAGEMENT OF GAMING HOUSE.

    John Wells, tobacconist, Elizabeth street, Melbourne, and Charles Ramsay, fish merchant, sydney road, Brunswick, whose premises were visited by Plain-clothes Constable Dunn on November 10, ...

    Article : 119 words
  21. ONE-DAY MARKET.

    Archbishop Lees opened the "One Day Market" at Queen's Hall, Collins street, yesterday, afternoon. The market, which took the form of a bazaar, was organised ...

    Article : 124 words
  22. Guard on the Rails.

    An inquest into the death of Frederick Gough Burnes, aged 61 years, railway guard, was conducted by the city coroner (Mr. Berriman) on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 161 words
  23. CRUSHED BETWEEN BUFFERS.

    PERTH, Wednesday. — Charles Jacques, assistant shunter in the railway goods yard at Perth, while pushing a truck shortly before 1 o'clock yesterday morning, was ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. Woman as Betting Agent.

    At the City Court on Wednesday, before Mr. Knight, P. M., and Messrs. W. Brookes and T. O'Callaghan, J.P.'s, Laura Card, Farmer street, Fitzroy, was charged with having had the care ...

    Article : 251 words
  25. DEFENDED SUIT.

    Frederick Henry Cheel, aged 48 years, of Cobden street, Caulfield, contractor, petitioned for divorce from Caroline Elizabeth Cheel, aged 43 years, of Glendearg grove, Malvern, on the ground of ...

    Article : 171 words
  26. IMPRISONED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT.

    For the embezzlement of sums amounting to £71 from Leathers Pty. Ltd., where he had been employed as accountant, Percival Thomas Masters yesterday appeared for sentence before ...

    Article : 202 words
  27. Man's Strange Behaviour.

    The city coroner (Mr. Berriman) on Wednesday conducted an inquest on the death of William Westwood, of Fitzroy street, Fitzroy who was found drowned near Prince's Pier, Port ...

    Article : 174 words
  28. RAILWAY STATION ROBBED.

    ROCKHAMTON(Q.), Wednesday. — Upon the arrival of the train from the north this morning, Herman Grozier, aged 23 years, was arrested on a charge of having ...

    Article : 80 words
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