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  2. NEW FICTION

    "BREDON AND SONS," by Neil Bell (Collins). "ALBERT GOES THROUGH," by J. B. Priestley (Heinemann), 7/6. ...

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  3. ART IN THE SALEROOM

    There are many roads by which the true collector journejs to his goal. His early enthusiasm leads him into many errors until his taste and perception ...

    Article : 762 words
  4. EFFECT OF FLOUR TAX

    PERTH, Thursday.—An officer of the Department of Agriculture, who had been deputed to inquire into the price of bread, has reported that since the imposition of ...

    Article : 168 words
  5. WAGGON HORSES BOLT

    Two large horses attached to a waggon owned by W. Angliss and Co. Pty. Ltd., butchers, bolted along Flinders street extension and frightened several women ...

    Article : 158 words
  6. BULK ELECTRICITY

    The State Electricity Commission gave reasons yesterday for the increase in charges for the bulk supply of electricity to certain metropolitan municipalities, ...

    Article : 446 words
  7. Nature Notes and Queries

    "I notice that one of your correspondents reports having seen a silver rainbow," writes "Interested," of Menindie (N.S.W.). "About Ave years ago, at the ...

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  8. WESTERN MARKET Lease of Quadrangle

    Councillor J. Hardy has given notice that he will move at the meeting of the City Council on Monday that no action be taken to lease or otherwise let the ...

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  9. PILLAR-BOX THEFTS

    Further evidence of the disappearance of letters containing cheques posted in pillar-boxes at South Yarra was given at the City Court yesterday, when the ...

    Article : 246 words
  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—It is understood that consideration is being given by the Melbourne City Council to the establishment of another market of some kind and the ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. WALKING TOURS

    This week-end the Women's Walking Club will visit Cape Woolamai, and the Melbourne Walking Club will walk along Menzies Creek from Clematis to Belgrave. The train for the ...

    Article : 339 words
  12. HENRY LAWSON SOCIETY

    A suggestion that Australia's achievements in painting, literature, and sculpture should be given prominence during the Centenary celebrations was made by ...

    Article : 86 words
  13. BURIED BY FALL OF EARTH

    When a quantity of earth fell from the side of an excavation beneath the wall of a building in Bourke street shortly before midday yesterday, Arthur Sindrey, ...

    Article : 131 words
  14. MONEY LEFT TO HOSPITALS

    Mr. David McWhirter, farmer, of Keilor, who died on October 7, left, by will dated December 13, 1925, £500 for the provision of two cots at the Children's ...

    Article : 107 words
  15. GIRL JUMPS FROM TRAIN

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Elsie Short, aged 11 years, of English street, Carlton, joined a train at Hurstville station to go to Carlton. The train did not stop at ...

    Article : 73 words
  16. Ants Delay Goods Train

    A goods train travelling to Coleraine yesterday was delayed for 14 minutes near Wannon by ants. There were so many ants on the rails that the driving wheels ...

    Article : 49 words
  17. THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE AUSTRALASIAN MEDICAL

    CONGRESS ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. LORD HUNTINGFIELD,

    —(Press Portrait Bureau.) the new Governor of Victoria. Photograph received yesterday by air mail. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. NO DRIVING LICENCE

    Edmond Andrew Bamber of Queen street. Melbourne, estate agent, was charged at the Preston Court on Thursday with having, on December 12. driven a motor-car in Benjamin ...

    Article : 252 words
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  21. BETTER THAN WORKING. —

    Early afternoon scene at St. Kilda from Brooks's jetty. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. HOUSE PARTLY DESTROYED BY FIRE

    at Greythorn road, Balwyn. Mr. R. A. Smith (in while) removing some of his possessions, asisted by Mr. E. Seymour. On the right a fireman is waiting for the water to come through the hose after the pump had been transferred from a waterhole to a hydrant. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 53 words
  23. Advertising

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