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  2. COLLISION WITH MILKCART.

    After a retirement of only half an hour a jury in the Third Civil Court yesterday returned a verdict for the plaintiff in a case in which Thomas Stephen Berechree, ...

    Article : 242 words
  3. SHEET-GLASS IMPORTS.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—A protest against what he described as "the monstrous and utterly illegal action of the Ministry" in reimposing the prohibition on the ...

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  4. WHOLESALE PRICES.

    Wholesale prices in Melbourne showed a general increase in September, according to figures prepared by the acting Commonwealth statistician (Professor L. F. Giblin). ...

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  5. TRADE SHIP FOR THE EAST.

    To ascertain its suitabliity for the display of Australian products on a good-will trip to Java, members of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures inspected the ...

    Article : 436 words
  6. TOTALISATOR FRAUD.

    Two men, one of them a paying clerk employed by Automatic Totalisators Ltd., were convicted before Judge Moule, in General Sessions yesterday, on a charge of ...

    Article : 395 words
  7. IN THE SUBURBS.

    "When the jubilee of the Methodist Church, Kensington, was celebrated early this year, a suggestion was offered that stained-glass windows might be installed in ...

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  8. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) referred to-day to comments made by the Premier of Queensland (Mr. Forgan Smith) on statements ...

    Article : 425 words
  9. RATIONING AND LEAVE.

    Although it affects only certain employees of the Melbourne Harbour Trust, an important principle, giving employees the right to full annual leave despite the ...

    Article : 327 words
  10. GAMBLING AND CHARITIES.

    At the Melbourne South District Methodist Synod, which ended at Elsternwick yesterday, the following resolutions moved by the director of the social service ...

    Article : 544 words
  11. HOUSK SET ON FIRE.

    Convicted on a charge of having, with intent to defraud, maliciously set fire to a house in which they were living, Charles Edward Beasley, aged 60 years, wood ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. CIVIC SERVICE AT ST. PAUL'S.

    The Lord Mayor (Councillor H. Gengoult Smith) and city councillors will attend a civic service at St. Paul's Cathedral to-morrow morning. Archbishop Head will ...

    Article : 102 words
  13. MASSED BANDS RECITAL.

    A recital by several bands will be given on the Essendon Cricket-ground on Sunday afternoon. The bands taking part will march from the Essendon station to the ground at half-past ...

    Article : 323 words
  14. THIEF DISTURBED.

    On going to the back of his house to feed a horse shortly after half-past 10 o'clock on Thursday evening Mr. Thomas Collis, traveller, of Briggs street, Caulfield, saw ...

    Article : 107 words
  15. SUNDAY EVENING MUSIC.

    The musical programme which will be broadcast from station 3UZ between a quarter to 6 o'clock and 10 o'clock to-morrow eveing will comprise the following ...

    Article : 448 words
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  17. POLICE CARNIVAL TO-NIGHT.

    Members of the police force, fire brigade, army, and navy, and a number of boxers and wrestlers will assist in providing entertainment at the annual police carnival in ...

    Article : 147 words
  18. WIRELESS LICENCES.

    Last month a record was established in Victoria for the number of wireless licences in force. The figures for all States at the end of October were as follow:— ...

    Article : 77 words
  19. COMMEMORATION OF ARMISTICE DAY.

    The anniversary of Armistice Day was observed in Melbourne yesterday. Above is a view of the assemblage on the steps of Parliament House during the two minutes' period of silence. Among the official party on the steps were His Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs), His Excellency ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    ENGLAND VERSUS VICTORIA AT THE MELBOURNE CRICKET-GROUND.—The English cricketers began a match against Victoria yesterday. (Above) Members of the English team, led by the captain (D. R. Jardine), going on to the field. Below (left), Darling, of Victoria, narrowly escapes being run out. He is seen scampering to safety while Duckworth, the English wicket-keeper, is trying to gather the ball. (Right) Rigg, of Victoria, clean bowled by Allen after he had made one run. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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