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    MAJESTIC OAK AT ALPHINGTON.—This great oak tree, probably 90 years old, which stands on a river flat at Alphington, is the subject of an interesting article by Mr. C. R. C. Pearce, published on the next page. The tree is about 50ft. high, and the circumference of the trunk is about 13½ft. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
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    CURIOUS CONTRASTS.—A Japanese carpenter on the flagship Asama using a smoothing-plane (left); and (above) a Girl Guide doing the same work in the newly opened carpentry class for Guides at the Worland Men's College. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 35 words
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    DOYEN OF ROSARIANS.—Mr. H. J. Brunning, vice-president of the National Rose Society, admiring the champion bloom, Dame Edith Ellen, grown by Mr. S. E. Fredericks. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 27 words
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    AUTUMN SHADOWS.—Dappled sunlight and the fallen leaves of autumn m the elm grove at Fitzroy Gardens. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE QUARTER MASTER SERGEANT.—An amusing caricature by "Angus Mac" of Regimental Quarter-master Sergeant F. O'Donnell, 3rd Divisional Signals, who provides his regiment ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 30 words
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    ANTIQUE SILVER.—Many notable art relics will be shown at the exhibition of antiques to be opened next Thursday in Rocke's old building, Collins street, in aid of the Free Kindergarten Union. This beautiful silver-ware is part of a full service of Sheffield plate ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A HUNTING DOUBLE.—Followers of the Oaklands Hounds taking the double jump over the post-and-rail fences bordering the Sanatorium lane at Greenvale, near Sherwood, when the hunting season opened on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 31 words
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    PADDLING DOWNSTREAM.—A happy pair in a canoe on the Yarra al Fairfield. Photograph by F. Foxcroft, Fitzroy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    YOUNGEST AND SMALLEST.—At the gymkhana held at the old kennels of the Melbourne Hunt Club at East Oakleigh the youngest competitor was Corinne Ralph, who bestrode her well-groomed pony Billy, the smallest on the ground, with easy assurance. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    VETERANS OF FEDERATION.—Nine of the original members of the first Federal Parliament commemorated the 31st anniversary of its opening on Monday. Left to right at Parliament House:—Sir John Quick, and Messrs. W. G. Higgs, H. de Largie, and W. H. Wilks. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    "VANITY."—A beautiful example of the camera craft of Mr. Jack Cato. An exhibition of his work will be held in the Athenaeum Gallery on May 30. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A WAHSHIP'S WASHING-DAY.—Few visitors to the Japane[?]c cruisers Asama and Iwate at Prince's Pier caught sight of this incongruous view of the Iwate's laundry stretched to dry on lines along the boat deck. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE STORM'S MIGHTY POWER.—Showing how the terrific storm which disabled the Finnish barque Hougomont bent the steel main-mast at its base and laid it across the deck. —(H. Krischock, Adelaide, photo.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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