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  2. DISEASE AMONG BLACKS

    PERTH, Monday. — The Royal commission which is investigating the conditions of aborigines in the North-west heard evidence at Broome. ...

    Article : 150 words
  3. TOURISTS AT BUCHAN

    When the hearing or an appeal against on order served by the licensing police on Mr. W. Knight, owner, to rebuild the Buchan Hotel, Buchan, came before the ...

    Article : 295 words
  4. ELECTRIFICATION OPPOSED

    Many reasons were submitted at a meeting held in the town hall, Brunswick, yesterday afternoon why shopkeepers in Sydney road oppose the ...

    Article : 355 words
  5. INTERVIEW WITH STALIN

    Stalin—the dictator and "iron man" of Russia—is vitally interested in Australia and Australian affairs, according to Mr. J. E. Goldsmith, who returned to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 402 words
  6. WEEK-END ROBBERIES

    Thieves were again active in the city and suburbs during the week-end, when personal and other property valued at several hundred pounds was stolen, ...

    Article : 272 words
  7. TELEVISION MAKES RAPID PROGRESS

    Research work in television is advancing so steadily in Great Britain that people will very soon be able to see as well as listen to orchestral concerts and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 222 words
  8. LAW COURTS

    A former Collins street bookseller, Frederick Henry Slamen, of Princess street, Kew, was examined before Mr. Justice Lukin in the Bankruptcy Court ...

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  9. WOMAN BREAKS DOWN IN WITNESS-BOX

    Breaking down under a vigorous cross-examination by Mr. Corman, K.C., Mrs. Daisy Beachley, aged 37 years, of Sunshine, was on the point of collapse in the ...

    Article : 775 words
  10. Queensland Blacks Not Neglected

    BRISBANE, Monday. — When he returned to Brisbane after a tour of North Queensland, the Home Secretary (Mr. Hanlon) said that published statements ...

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  11. BEER BOTTLE AS WEAPON

    Mr. Clarke, P.M., said in the Collingwood Court on Monday that a beer bottle was a cowardly weapon and that its use as a weapon would have to be put down. Ormond James ...

    Article : 222 words
  12. HOLE CUT IN FLOOR

    Secreting themselves in the basement of a building in Little Collins street during the week-end, thieves cut a hole in the floor above them and entered the ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. RACEHORSES' BIRTHDAYS

    When Whittler won the Caulfield Cup a letter was written to him by the chairman of the Melbourne Hospital Birthday League suggesting that he ask his owner, ...

    Article : 217 words
  14. Hotel Hours in S.A.

    Following an announcement that the South Australian Licensed Victuallers' Association intended to seek an alteration of hotel hours, to allow trading between 9.30 ...

    Article : 97 words
  15. North-West Melbourne Trams.

    Complaining that the Tramways Board proposes to electrify the Brunswick trams and to do nothing to improve, but rather to diminish, the service on the North and ...

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  16. Money Stolen From Nurses

    Entering a number of rooms in the nurses' quarters at the Williamstown Hospital at 11.45 a.m. yesterday while the nurses were absent on duty, a man stole ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. ACCUSED CLAIMED AN ARREST

    Side by side at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Plainclothes Constable Welgard and Robert Pritchard, a leather worker, of Nelson street, Abbotsford, walked into the Fitzroy lock-up. Each ...

    Article : 283 words
  18. THE COCKTAIL HABIT

    Sir,—The Country Womens movement against the cocktail habit alluded to in "Sydney Day by Day" on July 16 is deserving of warm commendation. This is ...

    Article : 138 words
  19. Country House Ransacked

    When he visited his week-end house at Macclesfield, near Emerald, on Saturday, Mr. S. Ewen, of Suffolk road, Surrey Hills, found that thieves had forced an entry to ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. POSTAL EFFICIENCY

    Sir,—In a sub-leader published in "The Argus" of to-day it is said that the Postal department is "noted for its efficiency." A letter posted to me in the city before 6 ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. FALSE STATEMENT OF INCOME

    Pleading guilty at the North Melbourne Court yesterday to three charges of having on March 8, April 5, and May [?] made false statements, of income when applying for ...

    Article : 117 words
  22. VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY.

    Before Judge Foster in General Sessions yesterday Walter Jones, aged 36 years, watchman, of Napier street, Fitzroy, pleaded not guilty to a charge of ...

    Article : 62 words
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    AMATEUR BILLIARDS CHAMPIONSHIP of Victoria. Play in the third quarter-final at the Y.M.C.A. Building. in the photograph, taken ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    ST. CLEMENT DANES, STRAND, from Australia House. An oil-painting now being shown at Miss Dora Meeson's exhibition at the Fine Art Society's Gallery, Exhibition street. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. INDETERMINATE PRISONER

    According to evidence given at the Malvern Court on Monday, householders at Malvern were alarmed at the attitude of a man who called at their homes, and after telling a ...

    Article : 231 words
  26. BALKAN CLUB STABBING

    A disturbance in the Balkan Club. Exhibition street, during which, it was alleged, a man was stabbed, was described in evidence at the City Court yesterday. On a charge of ...

    Article : 143 words
  27. GAOL FOR ASSAULT

    Michael Leonard Parlon, aged 23 years, labourer, Barry street, West Brunswick, was charged at the Brunswick Court on Monday with having on July 7 assaulted Eric Peter ...

    Article : 321 words
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    PIONEER WOMEN OF VICTORIA.—Work is in progress on the portion of the Domain which the Government has granted to the Women's Centenary Council for the purposes of a sanctuary garden, in the centre of which it is hoped to erect a memorial to the pioneer women of the State. When the excavation is complete the council will take over the work of laying out and planting the garden in time for the Centenary celebrations. Features will ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  29. SAFE BLOWN OPEN AT STATION

    DANDENONG, Monday.—John James Burton was charged in the Dandenong Court to-day with having on July 5, broken into and entered the Beaconsfield railway station and stolen ...

    Article : 155 words
  30. Advertising

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    COLUMBUS MEDAL, struck in connection with the World's Columbian Exhibition at Chicago in 1892-3, and awarded to Spier and Rigs, of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 56 words
  32. WOMAN SENT TO PRISON

    Dalsy Hughes, aged 38 years, married, of Coburg, was found guilty by a jury before Judge Poster in General Sessions yesterday on a charge of having obtained £6 by means ...

    Article : 60 words
  33. LETTER FROM A MAN OF 90

    He asks us to excuse his writing, We do more than that—we congratulate him on being able to write at all at his age, especially as he has been ...

    Article : 166 words
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