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  2. FORMER CONSTABLE

    The trial was completed yesterday of William Marwood, a former police constable, of Mills street, Albert Park, in the Criminal Court. Marwood was charged ...

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  3. "HITLER CONTROL"

    Considered objections to the Transport Bill are contained in an analysis of its provisions which has been made by a committee representing the Royal Automobile ...

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  4. CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

    Twelve thousand posters have been sent abroad by the Australian National Travel Association to advertise the Centenary. One frim has undertaken the printing of ...

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  5. PROVIDING EMPLOYMENT

    After a meeting of the State Cabinet yesterday, it was announced that £58,200 would be provided from unemployment relief funds by war of grants to ...

    Article : 509 words
  6. MUSIC WEEK

    The Melbourne Town Hall should have been full last night when Mr. Steuart Wilson sang at the second of the concerts arranged for Music Week under the ...

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  7. BOARD OF WORKS

    The methods and constitution of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board ot Works were severely criticised by members of the Legislative Assembly yesterday when the ...

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  8. VETERINARY TRAINING

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—A suggestion that the Melbourne Veterinary School should be closed and that all work should be concentrated at the Sydney Veterinary ...

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  9. "FIGHT FOR OUR HONOUR"

    Mrs. Penelope Crichton, of Moubray street, Hawthorn, said in the Baneo Court yesteray that she and her son wanted her husband, the late William ...

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  10. GERMAN DIRECTORS

    The trial of Carl and Heinz Lahusen, brothers, who are joint owners of the Nordwolle Woollen Co., the largest private enterprise in Germany, with a capital ...

    Article : 103 words
  11. HISTORY OF SCULPTURE

    In his lecture on sculpture delivered in the National Gallery yesterday afternoon. Mr. Percival Sevle traced the history of sculpture from the Egyptian work of 5,000 ...

    Article : 329 words
  12. GOODS FOR UNEMPLOYED

    Following the disclosure on Tuesday that the State Government was obliged to appropriate from unemployment funds a sum of £598 for the payment of sales tax on ...

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  13. ACCIDENTS IN TEXAS

    Two spectacular aeroplane accidents and a railway crash resulted in the loss of 15 live to-day. The Golden State Limited, a ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. THE BANKS AND THEIR CRITICS

    Sir,—Everyone agrees that the subscribed capital is the only basis on which dividends can be declared, the holding of shares securing to each shareholder his proper ...

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  15. SWEATING IN VICTORIA

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—The Minister for Labour (Mr. Hynes), referring to-day to a report that the clothing factories of Queensland were being ruined because of ...

    Article : 109 words
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  17. WINE FOR BRITAIN

    Returns from London received by the Federal Commerce department show that 682,400 gallons of wine from foreign countries and 298,666 gallons from Empire ...

    Article : 132 words
  18. NEWS IN CLASSIFIED ADS.

    An advertiser wants to buy an E flat alto saxophone. An ice-manufacturing business in a good area is for sale. ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. Australian Navy

    Replying to criticism of the Royal Australian Navy by a senior officer at Sydney, the naval correspondent of the "Morning Post" says that the cruisers Australia and ...

    Article : 105 words
  20. SUBURBAN BOBBERIES

    Although she lost jewellery worth £101 and £12/16/ in money when thieves broke into her home on Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. W. Norman, of Banool avenue, ...

    Article : 186 words
  21. Report About Irish Lake

    An Irish lake, which according to tradition, disappears for a brief period every 100 years, is said to have justified its reputation. It is Lough Na Suil, in County Sligo, ...

    Article : 121 words
  22. OVERSEAS FREIGHTS

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.—A new agreement for three years, which has been made for the carriage of produce overseas, provides for a reduction of 6 per ...

    Article : 70 words
  23. MAN'S BODY FOUND IN POND

    Yesterday morning a gardener employed at the Flagstaff Gardens, West Melbourne, found the body of a man aged between 50 and 60 years partly submerged in a pond ...

    Article : 107 words
  24. Advertising

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  26. SEPTEMBER LAW LIST

    Judges of the Supreme Court will have a busy time next month in all jurisdictions. A list of 145 divorce actions, de fended and undefended, has been set down ...

    Article : 170 words
  27. LYREBIRDS AT THE MUSEUM

    Sir,—Wishing to refresh memories of bygone days I made my way to the National Museum and sought out the lyrebirds. There they were, all alert and ready to disappear ...

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