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  2. PROPERTY MARKET.

    The property market has been very quiet again this week, reverting to conditions which prevailed some months ago. Although several city properties were offered at ...

    Article : 427 words
  3. COMMISSIONERS SUED.

    Under a judgment given by the Full Court of Victoria yesterday the Victorian Railways Commissioners are called upon to pay a sum of 8/4 to Patrick Hennessy, a ...

    Article : 387 words
  4. NATURE NOTES & QUERIES

    A most interestin letter from W.L.W. (Stratford) explains how South African capeweed first came to Gippsland. "About 60 years ago, or a little more, three deer— ...

    Article : 1,753 words
  5. WILL OF MR. JOSEPH GILL.

    Once again the will of Mr. Joseph Gill, of Little Collins street Melbourne, is before the Courts — this time on a question of liability to death duties in England. Mr. ...

    Article : 449 words
  6. FICTION OF THE DAY

    The following new novels and reprints have been received:—"Arnholt Makes His Bow," by Gordon Latta (London: Ernest Benn Ltd.); "A Middle-class Han," by Leonhard Frank, translated from the ...

    Article : 1,505 words
  7. ELECTION ALLEGATIONS.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday. — In a personal explanation in the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Marks (N.S.W.) said that in speeches made in the last session he ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. TOBACCO PRICE-CUTTING.

    According to reports submitted to meetings of the two sections of the trade held this week, 33 hairdressers and tobacconists who had operated in the city for many ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. PARLIAMENT INTERRUPTED.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.— When the Speaker of the House of Representatives was reading the prayers this afternoon a woman in ...

    Article : 78 words
  10. WOMEN CRICKETERS.

    The Victorian Ladies' Cricket Association team left for Sydney by the express yesterday to take part in the interstate games in Sydney next week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 25 words
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  12. MAJOR R. G. CASEY

    formerly liaison officer for Australia in London, who passed through Melbourne yesterday on his way to Canberra. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. AN AIR FORCE "STUNT."

    A Westland Wapiti aeroplane picking up messages from the ground. Tho photograph was taken at Point Cooke yesterday, when members of the Institution of Engineers were given an exhibition of flying by members of the Royal Australian Air Force. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. ON THE RANGE.

    Two of the visiting militia marksmen, who will take part in the match to-day for the King's Medal and the Australian Army Rifle Championship, returning to the mounds after inspecting the result of their shooting yesterday at the Williamstown rifle range. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
  15. RETURN OF THE DISCOVERY.

    The exploration ship. Discovery, which arrived at Hobart yesterday afternoon. Inset:—The leader of the expedition, Sir Douglas Mawson. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 21 words
  16. IN THE HEART OF AUSTRALIA.

    The coach which runs from Marree (S.A.) to Birdsville (Q.) at Mungeranie, which is about half way between the terminal points of the route. The photograph was taken by Mr. George Alston, of Mulka, via Marree. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 40 words
  17. MAKING AN AEROPLANE.

    Members of the Institution of Engineers visited the aircraft works at Laverton yesterday. The picture shows a number of the visitors studying a Westland Wapiti in course of construction. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
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