On behalf of Claude Alfred Meredith, of Bay street, Frankston, news agent, application was made to Mr. Justice Lowe, in the Practice Court yesterday, for an order ...Article : 350 words
The Full Court, consisting of the Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine), Mr. Justice Cussen, nd Mr. Justice McArthur, began yesterday the hearing of an appeal from ...Article : 637 words
The new Labour Ministry was sworn in by His Excellency the Governor (Lord Somers) in the Executive Council Chamber, Old Treasury, yesterday. From left to right are:—Mr. Webber, Mr. Cain, Mr. Disney (Honorary Ministers), Mr. J. P. Jones (Minister for Public Works, Mines, and Immigration), Mr. Prendergast (Chief Secretary), Mr. Lemmon (Minister for Education and Labour), Mr. Hogan (Premier), the Governor (Lord Somers), Mr. Tunnecliffe (Minister for Railways), Mr. Balley (Minister for Lands and Water Supply), Mr. Slater (Attorney-General and Minister for Agriculture), Mr. Beckett (Minister for Forests and Public Health). Mr. Williams (Honorary Minister) leaned back at the crucial moment and evaded the camera. Behind Mr. Beckett is Mr. F. W. Mabbott, secretary to the Executive Council. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 122 words
Charles Hivon, labourer, aged 26 years, of Chelsea, who had been convicted on a charge of having broken into a house at Chelsea on January 11 and stolen a watch, ...Article : 150 words
As most of the State schools break-up before Empire Day (May 24), the day was celebrated yesterday in many schools. A quaint old English pageant was a feature of the function at Northcote school. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
A fair in aid of the building fund of the new Church of the Epiphany, Northcote, was opened by Lady Somers yesterday afternoon. The mayor of Northcote (Councillor P. Mayer), Mrs. Mayer, and the Rev. T. Cole, vicar of the parish, are included in the group on the steps of the town hall. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 58 words
Sir,—At a meeting of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works held on May 10 it was decided to carry out the constructions of the Silvan reservoir by day ...Article : 1,138 words
His Excellency the Governor (Lord Somers) will lay the foundation-stone of the new St. John's Presbyterian Church at Essendon at 3 o'clock this afternoon. ...Article : 271 words
At 3 o'clock this afternoon His Excellency the Governor (Lord Somers) will lay the foundation stone of the new St. John's Presbyterian Church at Essendon. Messrs. H. W. and F. B. Tompkins are the architects, and Mr. J. Jordan the contractor. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 45 words
Commenting upon a statement made recently that some amendment of the lawwas necessary immediately before the police could combat the sly-grog traffic ...Article : 261 words
Sir Redmond Barry's old residence at Burwood is bein converted by the Riversdale Golf Club Into a new golf houseat a cost of about £5,000. It will probably be completed in time to be opened late in June. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 43 words
CANBERRA, Friday.— Reafforestation problems have engaged the attention of the Federal Capital Commission for some time, and further steps are being taken, ...Article : 152 words
Fears have been expressed that the belt of tea-tree along the shores of Port Phillip Bay is dying out. A typical tea-tree grove at Sandringham. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 30 words
The new wing of the Tooronga road State school, East Malvern, which was opened by the Minister for Education (Mr. Lommon) yesterday afternoon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 29 words
Mr. T. Trumble, secretary of the Defence department, who will shortly go to London to take the place of Mr. M. L. Shepherd as official secretary ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
On behalf of James Clark and Gilbert Ernest Pearce, of Rubicon Valley, sawmillers, Messrs. Arthur Phillips, Pearce, and Just, solicitors, yesterday issued a ...Article : 167 words
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