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  2. NEW FICTION

    "O THESE MEN, THESE MEN!" by Angela Thirkell (Hamish Hamilton). "DOUBTFUL JOY," by Elizabeth Jenkins (Gollancz). ...

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  3. ART AND ANTIQUES

    On visiting many of the so-called antique shops in the suburbs and large country towns it has been astonishing to discover lately the prices that some ...

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  4. FLOOD WATERS:-: AVENUE TREES

    ALTHOUGH FLOOD WATERS in most parts of the State have receded, low-lying areas ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THIS TOUCAN is one of several belonging to Dr. Clendinnen, of Malvern, which will ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MEMBERS of the Victorian Tree Planters' Association inspecting Alexandra avenue ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    H. WALLACE takes a mark during practice at Essendon. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. AUSTRALIA HAS ARMY OF 30,000 MAINLY MILITIA FORCES

    Australia's trained army of permanent troops and militia forces is now about 30,000 officers and men. This is 5,000 short of the establishment for which ...

    Article : 280 words
  9. NATURE NOTES AND QUERIES

    Mr. Roy D. Pitman of Croydon, was interested to read a note upon bees eating honey from a jar. He points out, however, that this is not really remarkable, ...

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  10. TOO MUCH PLEASURE IN MODERN LIFE

    Mr. R. E. Winith, in an address on the changing ideals of Toe H to members of the Toe H conference yesterday, urged that consideration should be given to ...

    Article : 457 words
  11. WELFARE OF YOUTH

    "What is being done to prepare the youth of Victoria for the jobs that you are now filling?" asked Mr. J. J. Virgo, a vicepresident of the national council in Great ...

    Article : 246 words
  12. CHURCH CONFERENCES

    Four Church conferences will be held in Melbourne in the next two weeks. The Presbyterian General Assembly of Victoria will meet on Monday evening, the ...

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  14. DISABLED EX-SOLDIERS

    On Sunday afternoon an entertainment will be given to disabled ex-soldiers through the tourtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Ltd., which will sereen "The Merry Widow" at the Metro ...

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  15. FASTER TRAIN SERVICE

    Reductions of up to 90 minutes in the running times of the Adelaide-Melbourne express, 35 minutes in the journey from Melbourne to Adelaide, 50 ...

    Article : 285 words
  16. ATHLETIC COMPETITIONS

    Owing to the numerous military activities held during the Centenary celebrations it was decided that the annual competitions for the Navy. Anny, and Air ...

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  18. PRICE INDEX LOWER

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Melbourne wholesale price index declined in February to 1,451, compared with 1,459 in January. The decrcase was due to ...

    Article : 220 words
  19. BRADSHAW'S GUIDE

    "Biadshaw's Guide" for May, containing all the new railway time-tables in addition to the usual post-office, tramway, and other useful information, is to hand ...

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  20. 1914 IMPERIAL RESERVISTS

    At Anzac House On Tuesday the first meeting of Imperial Reservists who were encamped at Broadmeadows during 1914 was held. Through the efforts of Mr. J. Whyte (Black ...

    Article : 142 words
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