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  2. Correspondence

    Sir,—As a candidate for the People's Party bailot, I bet, preliminary to appearing in your district, to state briefly the reasons why I should be in ...

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  3. Sporting Items

    Our Salt Lakes correspondent writes:—On Saturday last the Harrow and Salt Lakes football clubs met for the third time in the competition matches, ...

    Article : 331 words
  4. Broken Hill Footballers

    The players and a number of supporters of the Broken Hill Football Club arrived in Horsham on Monday night. They have been on a ...

    Article : 670 words
  5. A Trip to the Western District

    Having occasion to travel to the Warrnambool district at the beginning of the past month, I was naturally interested in the country through ...

    Article : 301 words
  6. District News.

    A skating carnival was held in the Federal Hall on Wednesday night, and was a big success, the available space for the audience being crowded, as was ...

    Article : 310 words
  7. Hospital Ball

    The annual Hospital Ball, held in the Town Hall on Wednesday night, passed off very successfully. The building was gaily decorated, and looked ...

    Article : 517 words
  8. WARRACKNABEAL.

    Cr. Vaughan, owing to ill-health, has decided to retire from the Borung Shire Council. A pleasant surprise was sprung on ...

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  9. Anti-Socialist Union of Great Britain, 58-60 Victoria Street,

    Dear sir,—Allow me to congratulate you on your work in the British Isles against Socialism during the last twelve months. I am glad to be able ...

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  10. VECTIS EAST.

    After a further fall of 20 points of rain last week, the weather has again taken up, although it is still dull and cloudy. It is probable we will now have ...

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  11. Dividing Train Section

    The development of traffic on the Mildura line has necessitated consideration of the question of dividing the long section between Lascelles and Ouyen, ...

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  12. DIMBOOLA.

    The Catholic ball was held here in the Masonic Hall on the 30th inst. As is usual, no pains were spared to make it a success. Some 52 couples ...

    Article : 204 words
  13. WHITNEY TROPHY.

    The next match for the Whitney trophy will be Played at East Cannum tomorrow (Saturday), when Blackheath journey there. The team to represent ...

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  14. SHIRE WORKS.

    Sir,—I wish to call attention through your valuable and widely read journal to an irregular act on the part of the Wimmera Shire Council. ...

    Article : 189 words
  15. MCRAE—BAKER TROPHY.

    Our Jung Jung correspondent writes:—The Juniors visited Jung on Wednesday to meet their engagement in the McRae-Baker competition. The day was ...

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  16. BAPTISM.

    Sir,—As one who heard the address delivered by Mr. J. A. Millar in the Christian Chapel on Sunday night last, allow me to say that I enjoyed very ...

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  17. NORADJUHA.

    A concert and supper in aid of the Noradjuha Tennis Club were held in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening, 20th July, but owing to the rain which set ...

    Article : 360 words
  18. Daylesford Miners on Strike

    On Monday 300 miners employed in those mines which refused to comply with the demands of the A.M.E.A. to grant 48 hours' pay for 47 hours' work ...

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  19. BALMORAL.

    The annual General meeting of the Balmoral rifle club was held on Saturday evening; at Lang's Hotel. Captain H. L. Wood was in the chair, and there ...

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  20. Wimmera Freezing Co.

    The annual report of the directors of the Wimmera inland Freezing Co., to be presented to the annual meeting of shareholders to be held at Murtoa on ...

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  21. (To the Editor of the Horsham Times.)

    Sir,—I feel extremely sorry that "Inconsistency" wrote in such a manifestly narrow way. The love prompting Christians everywhere to recognise ...

    Article : 428 words
  22. WEDNESDAY'S GAME.

    The game played on the Recreation Reserve on Wednesday afternoon did not excite much interest. The visitors showed form considerably below that ...

    Article : 449 words
  23. Terrible Motor Tragedy

    A shocking motor accident, resulting in the death on Monday of Mr. Herbert T. Brisbane, aged 30, occurred on the night of the 15th July at Hawthorn. Mr. ...

    Article : 222 words
  24. RECORD MILES.

    The world's fastest times in different branches of sport for a mile are shown in Miller's Sporting Pamphlet to be:—Horse Racing—1min. 33 1-5sec., by ...

    Article : 93 words
  25. EDENHOPE.

    A meeting of members of the race club was held on Saturday evening in the Lake Wallace Hotel. The president, Mr. E. J. Cranage, occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 372 words
  26. Conrad Power Dramatic Company.

    The above company appears in the Horsham Town Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday next, 6th and 7th of August. Commenting on the company, the ...

    Article : 196 words
  27. Death of the Mikado

    The Emperor of Japan died on Monday night. His death removes an eminent personage from the ranks of royalty. His reign, which was extended over 45 ...

    Article : 286 words
  28. Advertising

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