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  2. LATEST NEWS

    Because of criticism by the All Australia party at the Government's proposal to assist wheat growers by means of a subsidy on superphosphates and in ...

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  3. LATEST CABLES

    Sir Herbert Robson, director of the Baltic Mercantile and Shipping Exchange Limited, gives an emphatic contradiction to a statement published in ...

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  4. KANGAROO AND EMU FARMS IN RUSSIA.

    The Central Zoological Department in Moscow, which a few months ago who ordered to introduce Australian fauna into Russia on a large scale, has ...

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  5. RUBBER FOOTWEAR FASHIONS

    Evidence of the rapid progress made in recent years in the Australian rubber footwear industry is to he seen in the striking displays at present ...

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  6. HORSHAM A.N.A. ELECTS OFFICERS.

    On Tuesday evening the summoned meeting of the Horsham A.N.A. was presided over by Mr. W. Papst, who apologised for the absence of the ...

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  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 46 words
  8. NEW SEASON'S WHEAT DELIVERED.

    The Victorian Wheat Growers' Corporation Ltd. reports that on 11th November they received from Mr. W. N. Harley, of Bambill (situated on the ...

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  9. FARMER'S ESTATE ASSIGNED.

    the estate of William Joseph Collins, of Beulah, farmer, has been assigned to Mr. W. G. Thornhill, in trust for creditors. The estimated liabilities, after ...

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  10. ANGLERS AND SHOOTERS WARNED.

    By order of the State Rivers. and Water Supply Commission, Wartook Lake is now a prohibited paradise "for anglers and shooters, for both pastimes ...

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  11. Another Air Record Attempt.

    Captain Frank Neale will leave Australia in a month for England to take possession of a three-engined aeroplane, in which he will attempt to break the ...

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  12. SALE TAX EXEMPTIONS.

    Any doubts as to the date of the operation of the exemptions from sales tax announced on Thursday last in the House of Representatives were removed ...

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  13. BACK TO CASTLEMAINE.

    An elaborate programme of sporting events, amusements and re-unions has been arranged in connection with Rack-to-Castlemaine festivities, to be ...

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  14. Restrictions on Imported Mutton.

    Thanks to a scheme of restriction introduced by the British Government, prices in Smithfield continue to harden for all imported mutton, lamb and ...

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  15. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 122 words
  16. CHILDREN ASSIST HOSPITAL

    On Saturday last a number of young children, headed by Jennie Anderson, gave a concert at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. Anderson, Urquhart street. ...

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  17. Another Railway Fatality.

    When an electric train stock a motor- car on a level crossing near Carrum to-day, William [?] of Carrum, the driver of the car, was killed instantly ...

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  18. WATER STORAGE WORKS GRANT.

    The State Cabinet has approved an Employment Council recommendation for a grant of £22,950 to the Water Commission to employ more than 500 ...

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  19. ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATIONS

    At the Armistice, Day ceremony at the Memorial Hall, Horsham, last Friday, members of the ladies' auxiliary of the Horsham R.S.S.I.L.A. ...

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  20. Poor Gesture to Prince of Wales.

    In order to prevent, the Irish Free Staters from going to Belfast to welcome the Prince of Wales when he arrived to open the new Ulster ...

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  21. Ham and Beef Employees' Dispute.

    Acting as a private arbitrates in the [?] and bacon industry dispute, the Commonwealth Conciliation Commissioner, Mr. E. K. Coneybeer, today ...

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  22. HERMIT'S STRANGE DIET.

    An amazing story of a hermit's existence and of strange foods he ate was told in the Wagga Police Court, when Henry Poulton, 56, was charged with ...

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  23. JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS LAST NIGHT.

    Enthusiasm ran high in the Horsham Town Hall when a crowded house enjoyed a happy few hours of "looking back" to the early days. The ...

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  24. NATIMUK YOUNG MAN'S COLLAPSE

    Evidence was given at the Morgue on Tuesday concerning the death of Murray Edward Graham, 22, mail officer, of Albert Park, who died under ...

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  25. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 76 words
  26. NEWS AND NOTES

    After Monday's rain the temperature has been varied, and the glass readings were: Tuesday, 83 degrees; Wednesday, 76 and yesterday, 70. The official ...

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  27. Sydney Film Actress.

    Miss Judy Kelly, who recently won a film quest competition in Sydney, has been given a two-year contract with the British International Pictures Company ...

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  28. MELBOURNE MERCHANT'S GIFT OF £5000.

    Mr. Sydney Meyer last year contributed £10,000 towards the extension of Alexandra avenue—the Yarra boulevard—with the obpect of providing ...

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  29. ROTARY GOVERNOR

    Rotarian Sinclair McGibbon, of Perth, who holds the position of Germany nor of the 65th district of Rotary International, which embraces the ...

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  30. CHRISTMAS RELIEF WORKS.

    Of the state Government's £50,000 for Christmas relief works, £31,400 will be allocated among metropolitan municipalities; £440 will be available ...

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  31. Youthful Aviator Missing.

    Victor Smith, 19, who left Capetown at midnight on November 12, in an effort to break the record between Capetown and London, is now missing in ...

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  32. Family Notices

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  33. POSSIBLE BATHING AREA AT GREEN LAKE.

    A commencement has been made by the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission on the New Green Lake storage. This involves a new ...

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  34. HAND GASHED IN CIRCULAR SAW

    Mr. Reg. Boshen, of Minyip, well known in football and tennis circles, had the painful misfortune to have his hand gashed by a circular saw. The ...

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  35. Flying to the Cape.

    Mrs. J. A. Mollison is trying to lower the figures established by her husband for a flight from London to Capetown. Tessaoua, Wednesday. ...

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  36. ORIGINAL DESIGNS.

    Madame Griffiths announces that a new collection of Spring and Spring and Summer Frocks are now to hand and cordially invites inspection of same. This is ...

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  37. "DIGGERS'" REUNION.

    Under the auspices of the Horsham and district sub-branch of the Returned Soldiers' League a smoke social will be held in the Town Hail: on Saturday, ...

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  38. SHEEP STEALER GAOLED.

    Robert Ernest Walker, farm laborer, of Cavendish, who pleaded guilty, before Mr. C. McLean, P.M., at the Hamilton Court of Petty Sessions last week, ...

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  39. BOY FALLS DOWN SHAFT WHILE BIRDNESTING.

    Thomas Jenkins, aged 11 years, son of Mr. Thomas Jenkins, of Stawell, was birdnesting in the timber work around the top of an abandoned shaft ...

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  40. SNAKE IN SCHOOL GROUNDS

    Some excitement was caused by the smaller children of the Horsham State School on Wednesday by the appearance. of a snake in an outbuilding, on the ...

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  41. NEW USE FOR EGGS

    Owing to the low price of eggs a Maffra district farmer is using them for feeding calves. The feeding process is novel—the egg is put into the calf's ...

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  42. Empire Marketing Board.

    That the Department of Overseas Trade Empire Marketing Hoard be wound up and the Dominion and (Colonial offices be amalgamated again are ...

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  43. EARLY WHEAT ESTIMATE WILL NOT BE REACHED

    After a brief survey of the wheat position in the various parts of Victoria, the Superintendent of Agriculture (Mr. H. A. Mullett) said on ...

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  44. DIVORCES GRANTED

    In a list of divorces granted in Melbourne on Friday was:—Harold Williams, aged 37 years, electrician, of Wolseley crescent, Deepdene, from ...

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  45. POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS

    Replying to a question by Mr. Conk in the Legislative Assembly yesterday, the Minister for Education said the estimated number of children attending ...

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  46. VOCAL STUDENTS' CONCERT.

    The annual concert by pupils of Mrs. Tom, Cameron will take place at the Horsham Theatre on Thursday, December 1. Particulars are advertised. ...

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  47. SWAN HILL SEWERAGE WORKS START

    The sewerage system for Swan fill was officially inaugurated on Wednesday, when Cr. E. G. Gray, chairman of the authority, turned the first sod, at ...

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  48. Fate of Rescuing Ship.

    On October 24 a ship. Icebreaker No. 9. left Archangel to go to the assistance of a sister ship. Nothing further has been heard. but a lifeboat from ...

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  49. MALVERN STAR CYCLES

    Attention is directed to an advertisement relating to Malvern Star cycles in to-day's issue. These machines are covered by a written guarantee ...

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  50. DISTRICT FRUIT AND INGREDIENTS IN CAKES.

    A patriotic gesture has been made by Mr. G. Perring, baker, of Horsham, who, in manufacturing his well-known Christmas cakes, uses all fruit, raw and ...

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  51. LAMBS DEARER.

    Buyers of cattle at the Ballarat weekly sales on Tuesday paid most attention to quality. Consequently prices for inferior descriptions were ...

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  52. GOOD TALKIE PROGRAMME.

    The fine homely sentiment in the talkie, "Over the Hill" with its many incidents of pathos and humor, appealed largely to big houses at the ...

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  53. Threatened Rebellion Ended.

    As a sequel to the execution of Nadi Khan for plotting to restore ex-King Amanullah to the throne, the Afghanistan military forces of Afghanistan ...

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  54. FEROCIOUS ALSATIAN ATTACKS MAN

    Called upon a second time to destroy the alsatian dog which he wounded on Tuesday night, Constable McDermott, of Rose Bay, was attacked again on ...

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  55. The Horsham Times

    Memories were quickened last night during the jubilee celebration in the Town Hall when Horsham reached an other "majority" by being proclaimed ...

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  56. PETTY DEBTS.

    Before Messrs F., P Keller and D. Anderson, J.'sP. , at the Horsham Police Court on 'Wednesday, judgment was given in the following ...

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  57. WORK COMMENCES IN VICTORIA VALLEY.

    Work in connection with the water storage area is proceeding apace and on Wednesday 20 single men of the town were engaged by the State Rivers ...

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  58. Remission of Land Annuity.

    Mr. de Valera was cheered in the Did Eirreon to-day when he stated a bill would be introduced early to provide for the remission of a large ...

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  59. THE COW ON THE FARM

    During the past year or two almost every farmer has added a few cows to his "sorrows." Ten years ago the cow in the. Wimmera and Mallee was a ...

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  60. HORSHAM THEATRE.

    To-night and Saturday "Letters of Fire" and ''Aren't We All?" will be the features. The latter is the story of a husband (Hugh Wakefield), who was ...

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  61. SIR JOHN MONASH WON THE WAR.

    Ripley's Believe-it-or-not syndicated cartoon contains 'a splendid drawing of the late Sir John Monash with the caption:—"The man who defeated ...

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  62. A BUSY PERIOD FOR WATER COMMISSION.

    In connection with the activities of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, over 200 men are now engaged in the work that has come into ...

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  63. War Debts Payment.

    The Washington correspondent of the "New York Times" says that Mr. Hoover intimated to-day that he would not recommend to Congress that a ...

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  64. STAWELL HOSPITAL RECEIVES £2500.

    A sum of £2500 has been granted to the Stawell Hospital for the erection of an infectious diseases unit in a new building to cost £15,000. The ...

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