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  2. PERSONAL

    Miss Gwen Stimson, a member of South Serviceton Tennis Club and of the Serviceton Methodist Women's Guild, received many presents when she was entertained ...

    Article : 443 words
  3. BENDIGO NOTES

    The history of bells and bellringing was told to the Bendigo Rotary Club yesterday by Dr. Albert M. Bush, who has been a bellringer at St. Paul's, Bendigo, ...

    Article : 735 words
  4. PROSECUTION THREAT

    STAWELL, Thursday. — A threat to prosecute a councillor was made at a meeting of the Stawell Borough Council last night. ...

    Article : 271 words
  5. DEMAND FOR WOOL

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—The outstanding feature of the seventh Adelaide wool sales, which began to-day, was the wide and keen competition. ...

    Article : 692 words
  6. COLIBAN WATER SHORTAGE

    Silent witness to the gravity of the water shortage in the Coliban water system, on which Bendigo, Castlemaine, and 10 other country towns are dependent, these photographs, taken this week, reveal the extent to which the storages have diminished. Stringent restrictions on the use of water ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 131 words
  7. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

    To make service in the Department of Agriculture more attractive to technical officers, the State Ministry has decided to reclassify a number of position [?] ...

    Article : 205 words
  8. BALLARAT NOTES

    Louis Diamond, of Inverness street, Malvern, labourer, and Frank Tobin, horsebreaker, of no fixed address, were charged in the city court with having ...

    Article : 762 words
  9. MIMIC WAR AT SEYMOUR

    All arms of the service were engaged in mimic warfare extending over 10 to 11 miles of country near Seymour camp to-day. The troops returned to camp ...

    Article : 101 words
  10. GEELONG AND DISTRICT

    A thief who broke into the premises of Messrs. E. G. Stott and Son, jewellers, of Moorabool street on Wednesday night pasted a large sheet of paper smeared ...

    Article : 377 words
  11. Tasmanian Coal Dispute

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.—Terms [?] resumption of work in the Tasmanian [?] mines, pending the discussion of a [?] log of wages claimed by the miners, [?] ...

    Article : 115 words
  12. C.P. CANDIDATE AND PACT

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — Mr. A. J. Christian, who is a member of the United Country Party Central Council, received an intimation from the leader of the ...

    Article : 178 words
  13. MAN ASSAULTED

    Joseph Sampson, aged 20 years, who is in the Wangaratta Hospital suffering from severe injuries to the head and body, is alleged to have been assaulted at Moyhu. ...

    Article : 101 words
  14. ALLEGIANCE TO EGG BOARD

    The executive of the Metropolitan Egg Producers' Association decided on Wednesday that at its next meeting it would determine whether it would wholly support ...

    Article : 191 words
  15. CONVALESCENT HOME GIFT IN N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — The S Cabinet accepted to-day the gift of [?] Yaralla Estate at Concord, which is [?] at £ 65,000, for conversion into a ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. WHEAT AND FLOUR EXPORTS

    Liberal supplies of wheat and flour were exported from Australia in the week ended February 28, and were equal to 3,495,344 bushels of wheat. Shipments ...

    Article : 161 words
  17. PYRAMID HILL CROPS

    High yields were obtained from wheat crops in the Pyramid Hill district lost year, according to the judge of the crop cornpetition, Mr. A. C. Doery, of the Department ...

    Article : 102 words
  18. £70 DAMAGE

    Damage estimated at about £70 was caused when two horses attached to a lorry, belonging to Mr. M. Karragun, fuel merchant, of High street[?] Kew, bolted 400 ...

    Article : 81 words
  19. Moderates Majority

    SEA LAKE, Thursday. — At the bestattended meeting in history of the Sea Lake district branch of the United Country party, the moderates had a majority ...

    Article : 119 words
  20. BOUNTY ON WINES

    CANBERRA, Thursday. — The Fe[?] Cabinet decided to-day to continue for [?] further five years after March 1, 19[?] the payment of a bounty of 1/ a [?] ...

    Article : 108 words
  21. JAM FRUIT PRICES

    "New Chum" (Sedgwick). — The Fruit Industry Sugar Concession Committee determines the minimum prices to be paid for certain fruit for the manufacture of ...

    Article : 61 words
  22. INTERSTATE MARKETS

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Straw, Tasmanian wheaten and oaten, £4/15/. Hay, Victorian oaten £9/10/. Maize, choice north coast, best quality, new. 4/10. Millet, clean and short, up to £60; rough and ...

    Article : 177 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 78 words
  24. EVENTS in CITIES and TOWNS

    A finding that death was due to syncope, or a sudden stopping of the heart, brought about by the sensation of choking, was recorded by the coroner (Mr. J. ...

    Article : 90 words
  25. EXPORTS OF BUTTER

    Exports of butter from Victo[?] amounted in February to 9,910,35[?] valued at £ A420,042, according to f[?] supplied by the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 95 words
  26. Bush Fire Brigades

    The executive committee of the Bush Fire Brigades Association will meet on March 11 to arrange the annual conference, which will be held on April 26. One ...

    Article : 104 words
  27. SETTLEMENT OF MILL DISPUTE

    BALLARAT, Thursday. — Mr. A. R. Loft, president of the Victorian branch of the Textile Workers' Union, and secretary of the provincial division covering all ...

    Article : 161 words
  28. COUNTRY STOCK MARKETS

    GEELONG, Thursday.—A large increase in the supply of pigs at this week's market resulted in prices easing. Suckers sold from 15/6 to 18/6; slips, from 19/6; stores, from 25/6; with bacon ...

    Article : 130 words
  29. BENALLA

    First-constable Wilson and Constable Watson, of Melbourne, have been appointed temporarily as motor-cycle patrol-men for the Country Roads Board and the Transport Board, with ...

    Article : 887 words
  30. Advertising

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    Advertising : 275 words
  31. Hotel at Auction

    The freehold of the Crown Hotel, Lilydale, was offered at auction yesterday subject to a lense expiring next month. The hotel is a twostoried brick building on land about 86ft. by ...

    Article : 166 words
  32. RIVERINA

    The Hume Boat Club has been formed by Albury and Wodonga residents with the object of organising aquatic carnivals and competitions on the waters of the Hume Reservoir. ...

    Article : 303 words
  33. MAY LOSE SIGHT

    TUMUT, Thursday. — While engaged on road work at Talbingo, Dick Frost suffered severe injuries to one side,of his face and one eye, when an explosion occurred. ...

    Article : 64 words
  34. SCARCITY OF FISH

    Sir,—I was astonished to read that the Fly Fishers' Association is concerned over the dearth of fish in Victorian inland waters. Last month I spent three weeks ...

    Article : 157 words
  35. NEW MONASTERY FOR CROYDON

    A building contract has been signed and work is to begin immediately on the erection of a large monastery at Croydon for the Society of Missionaries of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 260 words
  36. OTHER DISTRICTS

    BORONIA,—Mr. E. C. Sell has been elected secretary of St. paul's Church of England, with Mr. J. P. Aitken treasurer, and Messrs. E. S. Collins and J. Baker auditors. ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 36 words
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