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  2. Broadcast Music

    Sir,—There must be many thousands of people who heartily agree with "M.B." I think that the limit of endurance was reached the night on which the Dutch ...

    Article : 123 words
  3. FINE ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY

    Etchings, drawings, and mezzotints of a high standard are exhibited by William Hunter at Everyman's Library, 314 Collins street. Fifty works are shown. ...

    Article : 1,172 words
  4. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 718 words
  5. MAY STILL BUILD FLATS

    Despite an appeal to the State Full Court from a decision ol Mr. Justice Macfarlan in the Practice Court, the building of certain flats at Vautier street, ...

    Article : 595 words
  6. LAW COURTS

    "I do submit most seriously to this Court that there has been a most serious mis-trial and a serious miscarriage of justice," said Mr. Fullagar, K.C., in the High ...

    Article : 1,283 words
  7. ONLY TWO GOLD MINES PAYING DIVIDENDS

    Evidence that, notwithstanding the high price of gold, only two listed mining companies in Victoria were paying dividends was given in the Arbitration Court ...

    Article : 283 words
  8. JUDGE'S VIEW UPHELD

    Claiming that by directing the jury in a Supreme Court action to answer "No" to the only question put to It Mr. Justice Mann misdirected the jury, John Francis ...

    Article : 485 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—It was refreshing to read a letter complaining of the awful stuff broadcast in the name of music, but the correspondent does no more than direct attention ...

    Article : 185 words
  10. LICENSING COURT

    The annual sittings of the Licensing Court for the renewal of hotel, Australian wine, and wine and spirit merchants' licences will be opened in Melbourne on November 24 next. ...

    Article : 352 words
  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—I was pleased to see the letter of "M.B." to-day. I endorse all that is said about the trash that is broadcast. As the letter says, "There is neither harmony, ...

    Article : 128 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—The public deserves better of the Broadcasting Commission. I concurwith "M.B." that there are many occasions on which it is impossible to turn the dial ...

    Article : 121 words
  13. Mutton-birds Dying in Thousands

    As their normal food supply of shrimplike crustaceans has unaccountably disappeared from the surface of the ocean mutton birds are dying in thousands ...

    Article : 79 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—The majority of programmes are one agony after another, a disgrace to any self-respecting broadcasting company, and an insult to listeners' intelligence. One ...

    Article : 73 words
  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS

    Sir,—I agree with all that "M.B." says. It is high time something was done about it. I often wonder how so many of these frightful records ever happen to be made, ...

    Article : 141 words
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    REHEARSING FOR THE NAVAL PAGEANT at the Showground late yesterday afternoon. (Left) A group of Tahitian dancers seated on a gun-carriage and gun while awaiting their turn. (Right) 1770 marines marching to the accompaniment of drum and fife. The pageant will commence at the Showground to-moirow night, and it will be continued on following nights. PRECISION:—Admiral F. B. Upham, Commander-in-Chief of the Asiatic Fleet of the United States, inspecting a guard of bluejackets from H.M.A.S. Canberra after the arrival at Prince's Pier, Port Melbourne, yesterday morning, of the flagship U.S.S. Augusta, which is visiting Melbourne for the Centenary celebrations. The smartness of the guard impressed the visiting American officers. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 111 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 333 words
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