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  2. £23,000 ESTATE.

    Questions arising out of the will of Christopher Bailey, of Lydiard street, Ballarat, who died in 1906, leaving au estate valued at about £23,000, were the ...

    Article : 391 words
  3. IMPERIAL PRESS CONFERENCE OPENED BY LORD FORSTER.

    His Excellenoy the Governor-General (Lord Forster) opened the Imperial Pross Conference at M[?]nzies' Hotel yesterday morning. Those on the platform with His Excellency are:—From left to right, seated—The Lord Mayor (Councillor W. Brunt[?]n), the Premier (Mr. Allan), Viscount Burnham, Mr. A. C. C. Holtz, Lord Forster, Mr. H. E. Turner, Mr. J. O. Fairfax, Mr. C. T. Harris, Lord Stradbroke, Sir Georgo Fenwick, the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce), and Mr. J. H. Woods. Bohind Mr. J. 0. Fairfax is Mr. Arthur Moore, and Major J. J. Astor is behind Mr. Bruce, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 100 words
  4. DISHONOURED CHEQUE.

    The case for Robert M. Anderson, of Mildura, sawmiller and master mariner, who is the defendant m an action brought by the Bank of New South Wales in ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  5. GARDEN PARTY AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    Their Ex[?] the Governor-General and Lady Forster yasterday entertained delegates to the Imperial Press Confarance at a garden party at Foderal Government House. These groups were photographed on the main lawn. From left to right:-Mrs. N. B. Graham, Lady Carr, Lady Burnham, Mr. N. B. Graham, and Viscount Burnham. On the right are Lord and Lady Apsley with Sir Edward lliffe. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 67 words
  6. INVESTMENTS IN IRELAND.

    Application was made to Mr. Justice Cussen, in the Third Civil Court yesterday, by Captain Lionel Pilkington, formerly of Newbury Hall, County Kildare, ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. TREES IN VICTORIA PARADE.

    Under the direction of the City Council the work of removing t:ees from the central plantation in Victoria parade was begun yesterday. The branches were lepped off, and later the trunks will be removed by "forest devils." It is possible that an electric tramway will bo laid down on the part of the road now occupied by the plantation. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  8. LEAVING THE PRESS CONFERENCE.

    His Excellency the Governor (the Earl of Stradbr[?]ke) leaving Menzies' Hotel after attondlng the Press Conference yesterday morning. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 22 words
  9. REPAIRING VICARAGE.

    The viearage at St. Mary's Church of England, Caulfield, was erected in the sixtics. It is now necessury that funds be provided to place it in a propel state ...

    Article : 309 words
  10. LORD FORSTER'S FAREWELL SPEECH.

    His Excellency the Geverner-General (Lord Forster) last night broadcast a farewell speech tu the people of Australia. The photo[?]raph was taken at Government House after the installation of a microphone from 3 L [?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  11. VICTORIAN WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The first round of the women's golf championship of Victoria was played at the links of the Victoria Golf Club yesterday. Mrs. Newton Lees (loft), who did not compete, is taking score cards from Miss A. McKay (the holder of the title) and Miss S. Tothurst. Mrs. Alex. Russell (right) returned the best score of the day, but was disqualified on a technical point ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
  12. SOLICITOR SUED.

    Before Judge Williams, in the Second County Court yesteray. Myrtle Victoria Falrhead, widow, sued Heary H. Secomb, solicitor, of High street, Rushworth, for £375. which. it was alleged, bad ...

    Article : 484 words
  13. ANONYMOUS LETTER.

    An anonymous letter dealing with the conduct of the Rose of Hotham Hotel, North Melbourne, was sent through the police to the Licensing Court, and was the subject of discussion In the ...

    Article : 228 words
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