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  2. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' POLITICS

    The University Union decided yesterday not to grant any sum of money from students' funds to the Council Against War for the conduct of its meetings and ...

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  3. FEES FOR GARAGES

    On Monday the State Cabinet will consider the final draft of the Budget speech of the Premier and Treasurer (Sir Stanley Argyle), which will be delivered in the ...

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  4. CLAIM BY WIDOW

    SYDNEY, Friday. — The High Court, comprising the Chief Justice (Sir Frank Gavan Duffy), Sir George Rich, and Mr. Justice McTiernan, allowed to-day the ...

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  5. CHURCH NEWS

    For the 17th year in successiori Protestant Sunday will be observed by many Churches to-morrow. At the request of the Victorian Protestant Federation ...

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  6. LAW COURTS

    The practice of calling for police reports about convicted men before sentences were imposed upon them was attacked in the Court of Criminal Appeal yesterday by ...

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  7. For and Against Destruction of Trees

    Sir,—Letters are reaching me from many residents of Melbourne, and also from country dwellers. The writers protest against the destruction contemplated, ...

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  8. WIFE KNEW HIS RECORD

    "I suppose your poor wife knows nothing about these," said Judge Williams to Colin McKenzie in the Court of General Sessions yesterday when McKenzie had ...

    Article : 376 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—Nine stately palms, perhaps 30ft. high, stand guard on the Yarra bank between Flinders street railway station and the river. Their uncommon beauty is ...

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  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—However culpable the Melbourne City Council may have been in St. Kilda road, I cannot agree with "Royal Park" in his strictures in regard to Prince's Park ...

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  11. ROYAL PARK HOMES

    The mayor of Brunswick (Councillor George Hooper) presided at the annual meeting of the Victorian Benevolent Home and Hospital for Aged and Infirm[?] Royal ...

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  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—One feels like calling Melbourne the City of Dreadful Protest. How many times have the press and people protested vainly against the action of a handful ...

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  13. MORE MONEY IN STATE SAVINGS BANK

    Substantial increases in the number of ordinary accounts in the State Savings Bank and the total amount at the credit of depositors are shown in a return that ...

    Article : 109 words
  14. SUNDAY EVENING MUSIC

    The musical programme which will be broadcast from station 3UZ to-morrow evening between a quarter to 6 o'clock and 10 o'clock will include the following ...

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  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—Why it is that when it public authority attacks and removes some trees —which, incidentally, they are perfectly entitled to do—numerious people rush into ...

    Article : 132 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—The admission by city councillors that, in giving approval to the removal of trees from St. Kilda road, they "failed to understand the extent of the ...

    Article : 74 words
  17. SECOND CHANCE FOR GUILTY MAN

    Judge Moule expressed surprise in the Court of General Sessions yesterday when a former employer offered, on behalf of himself and his two brothers, to re-employ ...

    Article : 164 words
  18. CAPTAIN COOK'S COTTAGE

    Captain Cook's cottage, which has been re-erected in the Fitzroy Gardens, will probably be handed over to the State by Mr. Russell Grimwade on October 15. It ...

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  19. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

    Dr. Cross's lectures in radiology will be resumed on Tuesday, August 28, and will continue until Tuesday, October 16. Additional lectures in medicine, from 12 to ...

    Article : 101 words
  20. MUNICIPAL LIBRARIES

    Sir,—Lovers of literature should be grateful for Mr. E. A. McMicken's public advocacy of municipal libraries and for your able sub-leader of August 9. A taste ...

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  21. SYDNEY TRUNK LINE

    Sir,—I am a frequent user of the trunk line telephone to Sydney, mostly mid-afternoon. There is always a long delay in getting through to Sydney, and this ...

    Article : 94 words
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    TWO YOUTHS were forced to cling to their upturned dinghies for more than half an hour after they had capsized off St. Kilda yesterday. Rescued by a boatman, they helped to retrieve their waterlogged craft. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE WRECKAGE of the ferry steamer Bluebell, which was sunk is Newcastle Harbour on Thursday night. Three women were drowned. (Picturegram from Sydney). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  24. LAND TRANSACTIONS

    "Even the accused described this man Brown as a land shark,' and Brown disappeared like a will o' the wisp," said the Crown prosecutor (Mr. R. M. Nolan) ...

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  25. Queen's College's Loss of Staunch F[?]

    At a meeting of the council of Queen's College the following resolutions were passed:— The council expresses its deep regret at the ...

    Article : 298 words
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    BALLARAT HOSPITAL.—An architectural sketch of the projected Ballarat and District Base Hospital, upon which work will be begun immediately. The designers are Messrs. Stephenson and Meldrum. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    HALF-BACK FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—J. Cockburn practising yesterday. Although he was played League football only this season he has been choses to represent his State in the match against Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket-ground to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. Chinese Remember Kindness

    A visitor who attended the annual meeting of the Victorian Benevolent Home and Hospital for Aged and Infirm, Royal Park, yesterday afternoon, was Mrs. Wac Young, ...

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    ENDEAVOUR.—A partly finished model of Cook's ship, plans for which are published each Saturday in "The Argus" Camera Supplement. This model is being made by Mr. A. W. Middleditch, woodwork master at the Collingwood Technical School. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  30. GENERAL SESSIONS

    In the Court of General Sessions yester[?] before Judge Moule, John Taylor, who [?] that his correct name was Horace Turner, [?]ed 25 years, dental mechanic, of Kew, ...

    Article : 153 words
  31. CITY OUTLET BRIDGES

    Sir,—It is indeed time that some attention was given to the need for additional bridges across the Yarra to provide direct outlets from the city proper. The trouble ...

    Article : 185 words
  32. HOUSEBREAKING AND RECEIVING

    It is no use looking for the rest of them; [?] helped to break them up, and they are in the [?]nt by now." According to Crown evidence, this statement was made to the police about ...

    Article : 205 words
  33. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—It is proposed to continue Batman avenue along Harcourt parade, Richmond, to connect with the Church street bridge. A possible way would be to make ...

    Article : 115 words
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