Following on a disturbance in a city lane on Saturday evening, Bernard Carland, aged 19 years, bricklayer's labourer, of elphin street, Newport, was charged ...Article : 389 words
Visitors to the beautiful Fitzroy Gardens have a kindly feeling towards the sparrows, which, emboldened by long tolerance, are now tame enough to alight on the afternoon tea-tables at the new rustic kiosk, and there, snatch grains of sugar under the eyes of the amused patrons. Two of the feathered scamps, a cock and a hen, made a raid on the sugar-bowl before the waiting camera yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 72 words
—(A. C. Greene, Williamstown, photo.) Yards and slips of the various yachting clubs are now the scenes of great activity in preparation for the opening of the racing season. Hobson's Bay Club's champion, Independence, received finishing touches ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 44 words
Henry George Dunn, grain and jute merchant, Collins street, appeared before Judge Moule in the Insolvency Court yesterday on an examination summons. Mr. ...Article : 827 words
—(Rev. V. W. Lines, Rokewood, photo.) A country novelty is this team of three pure-bred Angora goats, driven in beautifully made miniature harness and bicycle-tyred jinker by "Terry" Bingley, a young resident of Rokewood district, who was photographed on his way to the Warrambeen Hall. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 48 words
—(C. McKinlay, Perth. photo.) In the game against Western Australia, the English cricketers played their first match in Australia. After he had scored 62, J. W. H. T. Douglas, vice-captain of the visiting toam, was bowled by Dr. L. Freemantle, whose average in that innings was 4 wickets for 18 runs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 55 words
"Everybody in the street said that you should get 12 months and a flogging." This was a statement in evidence give by May Gooley, spinstyer, of Napier street, ...Article : 264 words
All application for the release from requestration of the estates of Thomas West Orton, who was concerned in the Badak company flotations some time ago, ...Article : 140 words
—(s. Haskin, N. Fitzroy, photo.) On a narre-gauge line, capacious coal trucks are now running at Yallourn, from the open cut to the briquetting factory on the right, where the bottom of the giant chimney stack is visible. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 42 words
On Thursday one of the British Government gilt aeroplanes (Do Haviland, No. 9) was delivered by the Delonco department to the aerodromo of the Larkin Aircraft Supply Co. Ltd., at North Essondon for reconditioning. Yesterday exports were engaged dismanting the fusolage (right) and main piano for adjustment of metal fittings. The engine was not supplied with the aeroplane. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 63 words
Thomas Bond, aged 40 years, who was convicted at the city court yesterday of having obstructed the carriage-way in a city street, chose to go to goal rather than ...Article : 263 words
Claiming £70 for commission, James McClean, of Eden manisions, Dalgety street, St. Kilda, estate agent, proceeded against Anatole charles, of Heaten aveneue, ...Article : 312 words
—(s. Haskin. N. Fitzroy, photo.) On the left is the new concrete bridge joining Victoria and New South Wales territory across the Murray at Yarrawonga. The old bridge is on the right. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Boys are believed to have caused an outbreak of fire at the Middle Park bowling-greens last week. One of the greenkeepers, Mr. J. Chapple, has reproted ...Article : 79 words
Delegates from other States are in Melbourne for the triennial Interstate conference of the Australian Labour party, which opened yesterday. At the Trades Hall, from left to right, are:—Mr. J. Tyrrell (N.S.W., vice-president); Senator Hannan (Vic); Mr. E. C. Magrath (N.S.W.. vice-president). Insot (left) Mr. J. J. Kenneally (W.A., vice-president Australian executive); (centre) the Premier of Queensland (Mr. Theodore); and ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 73 words
Interesting displays of craftsmanship are on view at Caulfield Technical Scholars' Exhibition of scholars' work, which was oponed last night. Ambitious young carpenters wera busy in class yesterday demonstrating their skill in the woodwork department of applied art. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 42 words
Isabella wheeler, married woman, of Franklin place, West Melbouene, was charged at the North Melbouene court on Monday with having sold liquor without a licence, Messrs. T. R. Wade, ...Article : 187 words
Five men appeared before Mr. KNight, P.M., and Messrs. T. O'Callaghan, C. R. smithwick, E. T. Campbell, and W. Brookes, J. P.'s, at the city Court on Monday, to answer charges of street ...Article : 444 words
Before Judge Williams, in the Country Court yesterday, Doughlas Parker Gardliner, of [?] avenue, Camberwell, tram conductor, claimed £19 damages from Charles find, caterer, of Thomas ...Article : 195 words
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