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  2. STOWAWAYS ON EURIPIDES.

    Shortly after the White Star-Aberdeen line steamer Euripides had left Cape Town on her voyage from Glasgow to Australia, two young men presented themselves ...

    Article : 373 words
  3. TAXI-CAB AND WAGGON COLLIDE.

    Damage was done to the rear of this taxi-cab when it collided with and was overturned by a six-wheeled motor-lorry at North Melbourne yesterday. The driver of the taxi-cab was injured. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 35 words
  4. THE COOK'S GALLEY.

    Three imported dogs on the steamer Port Fairy s[?]iffing the odours from the cook's galley. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 18 words
  5. SEWAGE TREATMENT.

    Following the lifting of the judgement given last week by Judge Moule in the dispute concerning the valuation of the Braeside Estate. Mordilalloc, the chairman ...

    Article : 422 words
  6. NIECE OF SIR JOHN MONASH.

    Sir John Monash welcomed his niece, Miss N. B. Rosenhain, yesterday on her return after three years in London. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 23 words
  7. ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION.

    Mr. Macpherson Robertson, Sir Douglas Mawson, and Sir Edgoworth David met yesterday, and discussed the Antarctic Expedition which Sir Douglas Mawson will lead. Mr. Robertson has given £10,000 to assist the expedition. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 34 words
  8. "TICK, TICK."

    With the end of his watch, Mr. Greenwood, M.L.A., made friends with, one of the children when he opened a new baby health centre at the Ringwood Town Hall yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 30 words
  9. SALE OF BOTTLED MILK.

    Complaints that some suburban dairym[?] bottle milk on the streets and use bottles which are the property of other dairy firms, were made to the Chief Secretary ...

    Article : 385 words
  10. WOMAN ACCUSED OF THEFT.

    Under section 426 of the Crimes Act there is a provision that, "wheather an accused person has been found guilty or [?]ot," a judge may direct that any property, ...

    Article : 364 words
  11. DIVER'S BRAVERY.

    When a party of men was blasting in the Yarra at Burnley, a lighted fuse attached to 10lb. of gelignite caught on the bottom of the boat. The fuse could not be detached, and the diver (Mr. J. E Johnstone) risked his life to go below to cut the fuse. His action probably saved the lives of the men in the boat. One photograph shows the diver entering the water with the charge, and the other is of the "powder monkey" lighting the fuse which caused the trouble. These photographs were taken just before the mishap. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 98 words
  12. DISAGREEMENT ON BENCH.

    Clar Bulput, labourer, of City road, South Melbourne, was charged at the Port Melbourne Court on Monday with having assaulted Sydney Culverhouse, a first-aid ...

    Article : 265 words
  13. ROBBERY IN TASMANIA.

    On the arrival of the passenger steamer Leongana from Launceston (T.) on Saturday morning Detective W. J. Sloan arrested Alfred Miles, Stanley James Robertson, ...

    Article : 189 words
  14. REMOUNT HORSES.

    To inquire into the conditions of breeding and the supplying of horses to India from Australia, Brigadier-General W. H. Anderson, director of remounts, India, arrived ...

    Article : 202 words
  15. MOTOR-CARS COLLIDE.

    Following a motor-car collision at the corner o[?] Maivern road and Bendigo street, Prahran, on the night of April 6, Henry J. Kingshott, [?]age proprictor, of Fourth avenue, Brunswick, ...

    Article : 302 words
  16. ABOARD FOR PERTH.

    Members of the Victorian women's hockey team crowded on to the A2 engine of the Great Western express before leaving for Perth yesterday. They will play a number of interstate matches. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 34 words
  17. REST AFTER SUCCESS.

    Kentle, winner of the Grand National Hurdle race, enjoyed a rest yesterday after his success. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 18 words
  18. ISOLATION.

    Sir,—Australia suffers because she has isolated herself. She must draw closer to the world if she wishes to buy and sell with the world and to prosper. In the words of ...

    Article : 321 words
  19. STREET ASSAULT.

    "It was a cowardly attack," said Sydney Kerr, [?]iter, [?]mployed by the Postmaster-General's department, giving evidence for the prosecution [?]inst Leslie Purcell, aged 31 years, porter, who ...

    Article : 48 words
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