QUEENSLAND RUGBY LEAGUE.
Tnoäß wbo attend Davies Park, West Lad, to- morrow altiinoon will luve the opportunity of seeing six liu.by League matches, turee of tliem bimi senior games Hie meeting ot Codions und Coorparoo is expected to proviJe a keen tussle Western SubuibB »ill meet Hail ways, and Valley will oppose West Ijid Ihe League passed a rule this week that in Hie ivent of any Junior player taking part with a senior club to fill up a gar caused through a player bemg ill with influenza such match dull not be counted against the jumor player
MAHVBOUOUCH, May IB
' At a meeting of the Maryborough Amateur
Rugby League held last night, Mr. Wuth pre-
siding, It was decided to coramenie the foothill season on Saturday next, and use Eskdale Park
for the season
The referee in to mo-ow's principal match, Brothers v. University, at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, »111 be Mr. Charlie Cainpoell, »ho has refereed many important matches in the pabt- Ibis much »ill start at 3 50 p m lleports from rat M'Mahon (skipper of the I'rotliera) and from Brazier (University's skipper) are to the effect that both teams are in perfect trim The earlier game. Valleys v. Grammars, which starts at 2 40, will have the lenices of Mt Proctor tis tefcree The match at Ita is Valléis B v. Brothers B, with Mr. leacock as referee. Garres will also be played at the Domain Oval, where Mr Ahlberg and Mr Gillcnst »111 act as referees, and at Nundah, whee Mr Birre« »III handle the whistle The «crcnailers' Orchestra »II! render a musical programme at the Cricket Ground.
THE AUSTRALIAN GAME
Mr M. A. Collinson presided over the week- ly meeting of the Queensland Football Leagit», held in the Union Bank Chamber« on V/ednes dav A letter was received from the town
j clerk, Brisbane, «uggeslln- that bod le« who ha»« ! applied for the use of ground« center among
Uiemeelrc» and prepare (cbedule. No "Golts
reply having been received from South Brisbane regarding playing matches on Davies Park, it waa decided that a representative from vu League »alt upon the council. A letter of on dolence with Mr. Sims in his recent bereavement was ordered to be 6ent. Senior matohe« set down for to-morrow are :-bouth Brisbane v Wynnum, at Wynnum ; Taringa v. VaUey, st Indooroopilly. Junior fixtures : Taringa v. Wynnum, at Wynnum ; Thompson Estate, a bye.
The Queensland British Football Association's senior fixtures will commence to-morrow. Five senior clubs have been formed. The fixtures are .--Senior : Eskgroves v Ellenas, at Pine- apple Grounds, 3.15 p m , referee Mr. Dunel- Ian ; Merthyr Thistle v Pineapple Rovers, New Farm Park. 3.15 p.m., Mr Spicer ; Bulimba Rangers, a bye. Second Grade : Oxley v. Pineapple Rovers, Oxley, 3 .15, Mr. Attridge ; Musgrave Rangers v. Parks, Musgrave Park, 3.15 , Mr. Hurst ; St. Barnabas' v.Kalingas, Milton, 3.15, Mr. Davis, Fairfield v Natives, Yeronga Park, 3.15, Mr. Blakey, Third Grade (A Division) : Merthyrs v. Latrobes, New Farm Park, 2pm, Mr. Spicer ; 16B v Kangaroos, Heath's Paddock, 2 p.m, Mr. Wright; Maree v St Andrew's Stephens' Paddock, 3pm, Mr Ross; Fairfield B v Fairfield Rovers, Yeronga Park, 2 pm, Mr Blakey. Third Grade (B Division) . Bal- morals v. Celtic, Bulimba, 2 p m., Mr H Wright : Pineapple C v. Rebels, Plneapple Grounds, 2 P m , (Mr W. Blair , Technical Col- lege v. Clayfield Rovers, Heath's Paddock, 3.15, Mr. Wright.