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  2. MELBOURNE CARNIVALS LTD.

    An appeal to the Full Court of Victoria, consisting of the Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine), Mr. Justice McArthur, and Mr. Justice Weigall, from a judgment of ...

    Article : 1,333 words
  3. NEW MOTOR-'BUS SERVICE TO MONT ALBERT.

    The Tramways Board regan a new motor-'bus service on Saturday from Victoria Bridge to Balwyn road, along Mont Albort road. Temporary accommodation for the 'buses has been provided beside the tram sheds. The 'buses secend an asphalt ramp, shown on the left. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  4. NORGE ARRIVING AT PULHAM.

    —("Daily Mirror," 'photo.) An Incident in the preparations for Amundsen's great flight across the Pole. The dirigible Norgo arriving at Pulham aerodrome, Norfolk, England, after a 30-hour flight from Rome. On the right of the wind. The shape of the underpart of the dirigible is designed to preserve its stability in flight. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 70 words
  5. CITY COUNCIL.

    Members of the City Council listened with interst yesterday to Counncillor Wootton's explanation of his project for the construction of a subway along the ...

    Article : 1,560 words
  6. STEAMER ADRIFT IN THE PACIFIC.

    Since Friday the steamer Wonganella has been drifting helplesly i[?] the Pacific Ocean of the [?]st coast of Queensland. Latest reports indicate that she is now within a few miles of Sandy Cape, and will be taken in [?]ow by a powerful tug. The Wonganolla was under way from Melbourne to Ocean Island, when her tail shaft broke. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  7. NEW MODE OF TRANSPORTING SHEEP.

    Successful experiments have been made with this truck for tho transport of sheep by road. Sir Edward Millor and Mr. Keith McGregor have sent loads of 100 shoop each from Rye to the yards at Newmarket in four hours, the trip by road would occupy two and a half days. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 54 words
  8. REPAIRING FACADE OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

    For some time the facade and stone parapet on the Swanston street frontage of the Public Library and National Gallery has been crumbling badly. A grant of £1,000 from the Victorian Government has enabled the trustees to begin restoration work on one portion of the building, but additional grants will be necessary before the deterioration is successfully checked. Left—Workmen on the stone parapet. Right—A workman removing a plece of ornamental stone work which can easily be broken off by hand. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 85 words
  9. NEW GREEK CONSUL-GENERAL ARRIVES.

    For the first time Greece has appointed a Consul-General in Australia, consular business having proviously been transuded by Greek residents of Australia. Mr. L. Chrysanthopoulos, with his wife and three children. Marlka, Nicholas, and Themistocies, reached Melbourne by the Maloja yesterday on the way to Sydney. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 50 words
  10. ROYAL ACADEMY PICTURE BY AUSTRALIAN ARTIST.

    "Eltham," a painting by Mr. R. McCann, who is at present holding an exhibition at the Athenaeum gallery. This painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1924, the Paris Saion, and the Walker art gallery, Liverpool. It was also hung at the Oldham gallery exhibition by request of the committee. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 58 words
  11. FORGER IMPRISONED.

    On a charge of having forged and uttered a cheque for £9, Paul Viacent O'Sullivan, aged 30 years, carpenter, appeared before Mr. Justice Mann, in the Criminal Court yesterday. Mr. Macindoe ...

    Article : 256 words
  12. ACCUSED ALTERS PIEA.

    After having pleaded not guilty to four charges of warehouse-breaking, before Mr. Justice Mann, in the Criminal Court yesterday, Albert Edward Hopwood, aged 23 years, motor-driver, of king ...

    Article : 102 words
  13. SHOPBREAKER IMPRISONED.

    Charles Eric Fairman, aged 19 years, labou[?]er, of Norhcote,before Mr. Justice Mann, in the Criminal Court yesterday, pleaded guilty to three charges of shopbreaking.Asked why sen[?]ence ...

    Article : 102 words
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