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  2. The Cricketers' Friend.

    Before a visiting cricket team walks on to the field in Melbourne or Sydney, there are hours of careful organising to be done. Trains have to be caught, baggage has to ...

    Article : 424 words
  3. HOSPITAL APPEAL.

    Notwithstanding the safeguards taken to establish the bona fides of the voluntary helpers and collectors who are visiting householders to obtain contributions to the ...

    Article : 380 words
  4. SYDNEY DAY BY DAY.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Pleasure is expressed at the modifications of Federal taxation, but it is remarked in the city that if the Federal Government would evoke ...

    Article : 958 words
  5. VICE-REGAL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Isaacs, attended by members of the personal staff, visited Anzac House Collins street, yesterday morning. His ...

    Article : 162 words
  6. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 355 words
  7. PLIGHT OF THE MALLEE.

    Many of the Mallee settlers now regard their prospects as hopeless. Their accumulated debts for plant, improvements, cultivation allowances, and sustenance range up ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  8. THE DIARY.

    Closing times for Eliz. st.; G.P.O., 20 min. later. UNITED KINGDOM and CONTINENT.—Esperance Bay (spec. end, letters and comm. papers ...

    Article : 2,223 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Owing to his impending departure for a holiday abroad, Mr. L. A. Adamson has forwarded to Archbishop Head his resignation as a lay canon of St. Paul's Cathedral. ...

    Article : 777 words
  10. The Argus.

    Syed Mohammed, an Afghan, has announced that he has celebrated his 200th birthday. The ordinary mortal's first impulse will perhaps be envy of Syed's ...

    Article : 1,492 words
  11. MR. L. A. ADAMSON.

    Appreciation of the work of Mr. L. A. Adamson, one of the founders of the Incorporated Assocation of Registered Teachers, was expressed in a resolution ...

    Article : 591 words
  12. MUSIC FOR THE EMPIRE.

    A new and diversified source of highclass musical programmes for use by broadcasting stations throughout the Empire is promised by experiments which have just ...

    Article : 385 words
  13. JUDGES AND CRICKET.

    Minor incidents at the Law Courts yesterday reflectd the keen interest that is being taken by some members of the Victorian judicial in the visit of the English ...

    Article : 208 words
  14. ROBBED OF £400.

    Detectives are searching for a man who, it is alleged, robbed a Middle Park shopkeeper of about £400 The shopkeeper told the story at police headquarters ...

    Article : 421 words
  15. RICH GOLD CRUSHING.

    Advice was received yesterday by the secretary for Mines (Mr. W. Baragwanath) that Corbett Bros. had put a crushing of 31 tons of stone through the State battery ...

    Article : 232 words
  16. REMOVAL OF SALES TAX.

    At a meeting attended by most of the booksellers in Melbourne yesterday it was agreed that as soon as the Customs and Sales Tax authorities ceased collecting ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. NAVAL PAY.

    Officials of the Navy office said yesterday that a letter dealing with the pay of an able seaman in the Royal Australian Navy, which was published in "The Argus" on ...

    Article : 210 words
  18. OBITUARY.

    Senator Andrew Haydon, a representative of Ontario in the Canadian Senate, died on Thursday after a long illness, aged 65 years, states a message from Ottaws. ...

    Article : 334 words
  19. PARLIAMENT IN BRIEF.

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The House of Representatives sat until early this morning debating the bill to ratify the Ottawa agreement, and after an adjournment for ...

    Article : 121 words
  20. ATTACK ON EMUS.

    CANBERRA, Friday.£The machine-gun attack on the emus which have been ravaging crops in Western Australia has been resumed. The Minister for Defence (Sir ...

    Article : 244 words
  21. "SHOTS" HEARD AT WINDSOR.

    In answer to a call from a hotel in Windsor, a police wireless patrol searched the district on Thursday night in a endeavour to find the person or persons who had ...

    Article : 155 words
  22. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    A copy of the will, dated March 23, 1931, of James Sims Geddes, merchant, of Port Pirie (S.A.), who died on August 24, 1931, has been lodged in the Victorian probate ...

    Article : 270 words
  23. MEDICINE MAKER FINED.

    Aldyth Bisset Longmore, carrying on business as "Longmores," at Bourke street, Melbourne, was charged at the Caulfield Court on Friday with having sold ...

    Article : 163 words
  24. TRAFALGAR VETERAN.

    Sir,—In my boyhood days there resided in Colae one Ned Lowndes—I think I spell the name correctly—who took part in the Battle of Trafal[?]ar at the age of 17, ...

    Article : 75 words
  25. OUTING FOR CHILDREN.

    The Royal Automobile Club of Victoria is giving an outing on Saturday next to the children of the metropolitan charitable institutions. There has been such a ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. TROOPING THE COLOUR.

    The 14th Battalion (Prabran Regiment) will troop the colour at Toorak Park, Orrong road, Toorak, to-morrow afternoon. A guard will be supplied by the Melbourne ...

    Article : 97 words
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