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  2. MOTOR SHOW.

    Driving is greatly simplified on the 1988 model cars displayed at the seventh international motor show at the Exhibition Building. On all except a few sports ...

    Article : 831 words
  3. SIR MALCOLM CAMPBELL.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Collector Progress Association has received another letter from the famous racing motorist. Sir Malcolm Campbell, in which he states that ...

    Article : 115 words
  4. NEW NOVELS.

    Mr. Beresford's book completes the chronicle of the Hillington family, which was begun in "The Old People" and continued in "The Middle Generation." ...

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  5. Nature Notes and Queries

    Prompted by a recent paragraph regarding a hare that fled to a woman when pursued by eagles, E.J.K. (East Malvern) says he was always thrilled when a boy by ...

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  6. MILK IN THE SCHOOLS.

    The first meeting of the Metropolitan Milk Council since it began its distribution of milk to registered State and Roman Catholic schools was held yesterday. The ...

    Article : 291 words
  7. "CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE."

    Declaring that there seemed to be "a conspiracy of silence between those workers who are being sweated and the people who sweat them," the secretary of the Victorian ...

    Article : 859 words
  8. WALKING TOURS.

    There are several reasons why the walk over the Christmas Hills should be made from Wattle Glen, or one of the neighbouring stations on the Hurstbridge line, to Yarra Glen, and not in ...

    Article : 583 words
  9. MANY ROBBERIES REPORTED.

    Hiding himself on the premises early on Wednesday afternoon a thief entered the Southern Cross Hotel, Cecil street, South Melbourne, and ransacked several upper ...

    Article : 414 words
  10. THEATRICAL COMPANY.

    An application was made to Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy, in the Practice Court yesterday, under the Companies Act, by Investors Pty. Ltd., of Little Bourke street, ...

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  11. WRIT FIXED TO SHIP'S MAST.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.—A writ claiming £6,000 for salvage services rendered was fixed to the mainmast of the United States steamer Golden Harvest ...

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  12. MOTOR-'BUS DRIVERS FINED.

    At the Camberwell Court on Thursdayy Sydney C. Clarkson, of Emerald, was charged with having, contrary to the country motor-omnibus regulations, on April 14 driven a motor-'bus in ...

    Article : 72 words
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    INFRA-RED PHOTOGRAPHY.—This photograph was taken with a 60-inch lens from the top of the new Shell Building in William street, looking in the direction of the Dandenong Ranges. In the foreground, on the left, are the tops of the Manchester Unity Building, at the corner of Swanston and Collins streets; the Temperance and General Building, at the corner of Collins and Russell streets; and Howey Court, in Collins street. In the right foreground is the top of the Elizabeth street Post-office tower, to the left of which is the Government Printing office. The steeple in the middle distance is that of St. Mark's Church of England, Camberwell. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. CHARITY MATINEE DISPUTE.

    Sir,—I note that in the report of the charity matinee dispute the secretary of the Musicians' Union states that, according to its rules, members are prohibited from ...

    Article : 257 words
  15. NOT GUILTY OF PERJURY.

    Thomas Henry Flanagan, frenchpolisher, of Swan street, Richmond, was found not guilty before Judge Moule in General Sessions yesterday on a charge of perjury. Flanagan was discharged. ...

    Article : 96 words
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    OTRANTO'S NORTHERN CRUISE.—While the Orient liner Otranto was at Port Moresby some of the passengers mingled with the natives after they had performed a dance for which they are famous. The native in the centre with the elaborate head-dress is the leader of the band. The Otranto is due back at Melbourne on Monday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    SENIOR WOMEN'S GOLF at Kingston Heath when Royal Melbourne met Yarra Yarra. (Left) Tossing for the honour at the first tee. (Left to right) Miss A. Watt (starter), Miss K. Donaldson (captain Kingston Heath), Miss M. Ross (Royal Melbourne), Mrs. T. Reddan (Yarra Yarra). (Right) Driving off. Miss P. [?]ankivell (Royal Melbourne). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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