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  2. SUBURBAN ACTIVITIES.

    A deputation from the League of Child Helpers and Mothers' Club of the Dorcas street State school waited upon the last meeting of the health committee of the ...

    Article : 206 words
  3. FOOTBALL.

    Consideration was given by the permit and umpire committee of the Victorian Football League last evening, Mr. R. Hunt presiding, to the protest made by St. Kilda that Melbourne played ...

    Article : 210 words
  4. WOMEN STRUCK BY CAR.

    PERTH, Wednesday. —A case in which Dr. John Anderson, inspector-general of the insane, was charged with having driven a motor-car to the danger of the public was ...

    Article : 163 words
  5. "TRUTH ABOUT RUSSIA."

    How Russia is being affected by the maladministration of the Soviet was indicated last evening in an address given at the Manresa hall, Hawthorn, by Captain ...

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  6. CHARGE OF SMUGGLING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Late on Tuesday night Customs officials seized diamond jewellery worth £15,OOO, and arrested a man, who has been described as a jewel ...

    Article : 163 words
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  8. Umpires Appointed.

    Following are the umpires for Saturday:- E[?]sendon v. Carlton, at Essendon.—Field, Wickham; boundary, Blair and Johnson; goal, Harris and Bell. ...

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  9. MOTORIST ACQUITTED.

    PERTH, Wednesday. —A young married man, John Fox, described as an actor, was found not guilty in the Criminal Court today on a charge of having killed Stanley ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. SALE OF BULK BEER.

    That hotelkeepers suffer finanical loss owing to the present method of serving heer to the public in bulk form, or in bottles brought for beer to be taken away, was ...

    Article : 365 words
  11. FRANKSTON STREET LIGHTING.

    At a meeting of the Frankston Traders' Association it was decided to approach the Frankston Council with a request that in addition to the ordinary street lights, new 1,000 candle-power ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  12. WEST AUSTRALIAN FINANCE.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Both Houses of Parliament met to-day. In the Assembly the Premier (Mr. Collier) introduced a Supply Bill for £1,913,500 for the first two ...

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  13. Association.

    Matches and umpires for Saturday next, when the first semi-final will be played. Northcote v. Port Melbourne, at the Motordrome, at 3 o'clock:— Field (to be appointed on Saturday at the ground); ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. CHILDREN'S CHARITIES.

    Members of the Women's Automobile Club have undertaken to visit the country to obtain supplies of wattle for sale on Wattle Day, to-morrow in aid of children's ...

    Article : 142 words
  15. MUSIC.

    Nobody could complain of short measure at the concert given last night in the Auditorium by the University Symphony Orchestra. An ample programme ...

    Article : 351 words
  16. TRAMWAYS TRAFFIC.

    Figures to show the tramways traffic and revenue and the number of car miles run during the year just ended were issued yesterday by the chairman of the ...

    Article : 157 words
  17. Wednesday League.

    At Port Melbourne yesterday the Railways defeated the Waterside Workers by 9-4 to 5-8. The goal-kickers were:—Railways—Bolt (2), Kidd (2), Traman (2), Craig, Nolan, and Moreill. ...

    Article : 182 words
  18. COALMINERS' WAGES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Stops are being taken by the Miners' Federation to bring about a resumption of work at the Pelaw Main colliery to enable the hearing to be ...

    Article : 102 words
  19. Tramways Association.

    Port Melbourne, having played an ineligible man in a recent match in the Tramway Association against St. Kilda, the match was ordered to be replayed. It took place on the St. Kilda ...

    Article : 165 words
  20. FEDERAL LOAN COUNCIL.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. —The New South Wales Ministry apparently does not intend to be a party to the Federal Loan Council, which was formed two years ago, its main ...

    Article : 106 words
  21. MR. HUGH J. WARD HONOURED.

    The Oddfellows' Hall, Latrobe street, was filled yesterday, when, at a social gathering of the Friendly Union of Soldiers and Sailors' Wives and Mothers, at which Her ...

    Article : 271 words
  22. Victorian Juniors.

    The following umpires have been appointed by the Victorian Junior Football Association for Saturday:- First Semi-final (V.F.A. Section), at Northcote. ...

    Article : 364 words
  23. STRIKE OF MOULDERS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. —The strike of 150 moulders at the Clyde engineering works continues. The m[?]u refuse to resume work unless the management agrees ...

    Article : 145 words
  24. COLLAPSE OF VERANDAH.

    In the opinion of the Chief Secretary (Dr. Argyle), it is not the duty of the State Ministry to hold a public inquiry into the cause of the collapse of the ...

    Article : 220 words
  25. RAILWAYS REVENUE.

    Returns issued yesterday by the Railways Commissioners show that the revenue since the current financial began on the first of last month, has reached £934,098. ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. MISSING LIALEETA.

    Inquiries are being made by the Navigation department into the reported discovery at Apollo Bay of wreckage, believed to be part of the lost ketch Lial[?]ta. ...

    Article : 129 words
  27. League Sub-district.

    Umpires for Saturday:—Tooronga v. Canterbury, at Tooronga recreation reserve, Breen, Feltham, Burton; Springvale v. Public Service, at Springvale recreation reserve, Wilkinson, ...

    Article : 62 words
  28. WEST AUSTRALIAN TRADE.

    PERTH, Wednesday —Figures compiled by the Government statistician allow that the trade of Western Australia for the year ended June 30 was valued at £30,707,584, ...

    Article : 96 words
  29. VICTORIA PARADE TREES.

    Another conference between the City Council and the Collingwood and Fitzroy councils will be held at the Melbourne Town Hall next week to consider the ...

    Article : 127 words
  30. University Match.

    The meeting of teams representing the combined University Colleges and the rest of the University provided a very good exhibition of football on the University Oval yesterday ...

    Article : 107 words
  31. AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE.

    GEELONG, Wednesday. — The Geelong West branch of the Australian Natives' Association, in view of the reported remarks of Brigadier-General Jess in ...

    Article : 138 words
  32. PASSENGERS BY CHITRAL.

    FREMANTLE, Wednesday. — The mail steamer Chitral, which arrived here to-day from London, had the following passengers:—For Adelaide— Professor J. R. Wilton, and Messrs. F. Wilkinson, ...

    Article : 276 words
  33. LIQUOR AT DANCE HALL.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—A story of the seizure of a large quantity of liquor, including 26 quart bottels of champagne, at a city dance hall, the T[?]dero Da[?]t, on the night of June 2, was ...

    Article : 164 words
  34. BALLART FOOTBALL PROTEST.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday. — The Ballarat Football League has retained Mr. Owen Dixon to appear on its behalf in the legal proceedings which are threatened against it by the Golden ...

    Article : 105 words
  35. Public Schools' Match.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday. — In the public schools' football premiership competition to-day St. Patrick's College, 17—22. defeated Ballarat College, 1—1. The season's programme has not ...

    Article : 38 words
  36. Schoolboys' Carnival.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—The interstate schoolboys' football carnival was continued to-day. South Australia maintained its unbeaten record, and New South Wales drew for second. Scores: ...

    Article : 46 words
  37. KNOCKED DOWN BY MOTOR-CAR.

    Suffering from cuts on the face, head, and hands and an injury to his shoulder. Thomas Rusden, aged 64 years, of Ra[?]ian street, Port Melbourne, was treated at St. Vincent's Hospital last night. ...

    Article : 61 words
  38. FATAL FALL FROM BRIDGE.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Wednesday. — William Alexander MacCormick, aged 57 years, Harbour Board clerk, committed suicide by leaping from the [?] of the Grafton Bridge. [?] neck was ...

    Article : 30 words
  39. Goulburn Valley League.

    KYABRAM, Wednesday.—In the Goulburn Valley League competition to-day, Kyabram, 6—12, beat Mooroopna, 5—11. ...

    Article : 23 words
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