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  2. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    In St. Paul's Church on Sunday morning Archdeacon Hornabrook unveiled a beautiful window in memory of the late Mrs. Bouython, wife of Alderman J. ...

    Article : 1,443 words
  3. THE LEADERSHIP THE NATION NEEDS.

    An eloquent and stirring sermon on The Leadership the Nation Needs" was preached by the Rev. Brian Wibberley at the Kent Town Methodist Church on ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  4. GOVERNOR OR PREMIER?

    It is understood that the constitutional point which the State Cabinet discussed on Friday night, concerning which the Premier communicated with the other ...

    Article : 192 words
  5. SIR FREDERICK HOLDER.

    In several Methodist Churches on Sunday in memoriam services to the late Sir Frederick Holder were held. At the Kent Town Church on Sunday evening the Rev. ...

    Article : 416 words
  6. THE COMMERCE ACT.

    After over three years' experience of the working of the Commerce Act the Commonwealth Minister of Customs some months ago authorised the revision of the ...

    Article : 924 words
  7. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Mr. James Egan, a well-known graz[?]er, in the Wodonga district, was seated on the back of a waggon, holding a horse which was being led, when something startled the ...

    Article : 633 words
  8. GENERAL NEWS

    Our Boys' Institute will celebrate its twenty-first anniversary at the Exhibition to-night in the Eastern Annexe. Tea will be provided at 6.15, after which an ...

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  9. LIBERATED FROM GAOL.

    Joseph Lyons, who was sentenced to six months' imprisonment in connection with the assault on the mine officials at Broken Hill, was liberated from the Albury Gaol ...

    Article : 161 words
  10. AUSTRALIA'S FORCES.

    This month important changes are likely to be made in the organisation and personnel of the central defence administration. It is probable that the post of ...

    Article : 263 words
  11. ALLEGED CHARITY FRAUD.

    Irregularities are alleged in connection with the distribution of charitable relief by Mrs. Mary Fold, a member of the committee of the Melbourne Ladies' Benevolent ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. THE OSTRICH FEATHER INDUSTRY.

    On Monday last an article appeared in "The Advertiser" dealing with the industry of preparing ostrich feathers for the retail market, in which it was pointed out that ...

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  13. PERTH CATHEDRAL.

    The Chapter of the Anglican Cathedral has decided that altar lights shall be used in the Lady Chapel at early-morning celebrations on Wednesdays. It is not ...

    Article : 114 words
  14. VICTORIA.

    A dramatised version of Charles Reade's novel "It's Never too Late to Mend" was staged at the King's Theatre on Saturday night, and of the many pieces produced ...

    Article : 387 words
  15. IRRIGATION SETTLEMENTS.

    It is the opinion of the Minister of Water Supply and Agriculture (Mr. Graham) that qualified irrigators have been prevented from applying for irrigation blocks on the ...

    Article : 227 words
  16. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    An election for two members of the Executivc Council was held yesterday. Messrs. Macey Quintal and John Young were returned. ...

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  17. MARINE CASUALTIES.

    The steamer Victoria arrived early yesterday morning from Auckland, after a tempestuous passage. The vessel encountered a succession of north-westerly to ...

    Article : 264 words
  18. THE WAKEFIELD SEAT.

    There is to be a great struggle for the Wakefield seat between the Liberals and the Labor Party. The Opposition will make a determined effort to capture the ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    The steamer Taiyuan arrived from Eastern ports on Friday at noon, bringing 20 tons ot general cargo and four passengers. Messrs. Holmes, Whitehead, 2. and Lee). ...

    Article : 258 words
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  21. LATEST INTER-STATE SPORTING.

    Wollara, who was well-backed for the Jumpers' Flat Race at Moonee Valley on Saturday, fell after going a couple of furlongs, but he escaped injury, as also did ...

    Article : 428 words
  22. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The report of the Chief Commissioner of railways for the year ended June 30 states that the earnings of the railways total £5,028,450, against £4,944,134 for 1908, ...

    Article : 190 words
  23. MELBOURNE TRAMS.

    The secretary of the Melbourne Tramway Company states that the five discharged tramway men may return to their employment at once on giving an ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Sinclair McGibbon has been appointed one of the assistant Public Service Commissioners to co-operate with Commissioner Gull in effecting reforms in the civil ...

    Article : 81 words
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  27. NEW ZEALAND.

    The chief engineer (Mr. Brown) of a New Zealand shipping company's liner, was fined £35 yesterday for having in his possession uncustomed goods from Cape and ...

    Article : 139 words
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  29. TANAMI GOLDFIELD.

    A Perth syndicate has arranged with Mr. Alfred Mercer, of Coolgardie, to lead a small prospecting party to the Tanami. find. ...

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  30. ADELAIDE POLICE COURT.

    The following members of the Justices Association have been detailed to attend the Police Court during this week:—Messrs. Wm. Pullin and A. J. Packer, Monday; S. Pierson and N. Solomons, ...

    Article : 69 words
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