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  • FOOTBALL. FITZROY WIN THE PREMIERSHIP. NOTES ON SATURDAY'S GAMES. BY OBSERVER.

    Nine out of ten people one met on Saturday were quite convinced that there would be an extra test game between Geelong and Fitzroy to settle the premiership, and people ... [Article] (524 words)
  • HOW THE PREMIERSHIP WAS WON.

    The match at bouth Melbourne, in which Fitzroy scored the two points which, apart from all either considerations, made victory a certainty for them, was thoroughly ... [Article] (1024 words)
  • OTHER SENIOR GAMES.

    Apart from the main issue as between Fitzroy and Geelong, the matter of chief interest was a struggle for places, and providing Collingwood win their final match ... [Article] (1397 words)
  • DETAILED SCORES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (76 words)
  • VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    Results of Saturday's matches:—Fitzroy Juniors v. Hawthorn, won by Fitzroy Juniors, 8 goals to 7 goals; Albion United v. Brunswick, won by Albion United, 5 goals to [?] goals; Austral v. Preston, ... [Article] (163 words)
  • SCHOOLS FOOTBALL.

    New College (Box Hill) v. Hawksburn Grammar School.—The above match was played at St. Kilda on Friday, September 13, and resulted in a victory for New College by 6 goals 16 behinds to 2 goals 2 ... [Article] (94 words)
  • FOOTBALL, IN THE COUNTRY BALLARAT, SATURDAY.

    The match between the Ballarat and South Ballarat Football Clubs to-day resulted in a win for the latter who scored 5 goals I behind to 3 goals 9 behinds. ... [Article] (37 words)
  • THE MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE.

    The annunl meeting of the members of the Melbourne Cricket Club was held on Saturday at the pavilion of the club, Mr. Frank Grey Smith, the president, being in the ... [Article] (820 words)
  • FIRE AT A PAWN-OFFICE. A PLUCKY ACTION.

    The plucky action of a young man named William Neill, an employe of Mr. Fryer, hay and corn dealer, of Victoria Market, probably saved the pawn office and dwelling of Mr. ... [Article] (227 words)
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. UNIVERSITY OFFICERS' CORPS.

    Members of the above corps who have not yet been either sworn in or medically examined can obtain the necessary forms on application to Mr. J. F. C. James, hon. ... [Article] (51 words)
  • PENNANT CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Now that the new season is upon us, permit me to make a suggestion which I, in common with many others, would like to be taken up by the powers that be. ... [Article] (224 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (107 words)
  • SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THIS WEEK'S FIXTURES.

    MONDAY.—V. R. C. entries, Maribyrnong entries, Ballarat Gun Club entries, Mentone entries, entries for Oaklands Point to Point Steeplechase, Richmond entries, Ballarat Miners' Turf Club entries, Ascot ... [Article] (146 words)
  • NOTES AND CHAT. BY GOODWOOD.

    To-day settling is appointed to take place at the Victorian Club and Bowes's Tattersall's Club over the Williamstown meeting and also over the first day of the A.J.C. ... [Article] (1568 words)
  • RICHMOND RACES

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (123 words)
  • ALL SPORTING INFORMATION POSTED DAILY. Starters A.J.C. Metropolitan.

    Settling over Williamstown takes place TO-DAY. ... [Article] (17 words)
  • MARYBOROUGH AND CARISBROOK RACE CLUB.

    SPRING MEETING, OCTOBER 2 and 3, 1895.— ENTRIES for the following handicaps CLOSE on Wednesday next:—First Hurdles. £15, two miles; Half-mile, £10; Spring Handicap, £15, one mile and ... [Article] (92 words)
  • ASCOT RACES. To be Run on the ASCOT GRASS TRACK

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (1101 words)
  • BOWES'S TATTERSALL'S CLUB.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (8 words)
  • WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14.

    Fine but breezy weather favoured the Williamstown meeting, which was well patronised. The arrangements of Mr. Sutton, the secretary, were as usual admirably ... [Article] (1140 words)
  • BENALLA RACES. BENALLA, THURSDAY.

    The first meeting of the Bennalla Plumpton Racing Club took place yesterday, and passed off successfully. Results:— HURDLE RACE, of 10 sovs.; second horse to receive ... [Article] (418 words)
  • MOONEE VALLEY RACING CLUB WEIGHTS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (221 words)
  • ESSENDON CRICKET, BOWLING, AND TENNIS CLUB.

    The annual meeting of this club was held local town-hall on Friday evening, Mr. C. M'Cracken in the chair. The report and balance-sheet for the past season, which were adopted unanimously, showed the ... [Article] (125 words)
  • SPORTING TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, SUNDAY.

    Mostyn, Fusil, and Ballater have been struck out of all their A.J.C. spring engagements. ... [Article] (19 words)
  • PORT MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB.

    The annual meeting of this club was held in the local temperance-ball on Friday evening last. Mr. F. T. Derham (president) in the chair. The report showed that the financial position was slightly ... [Article] (359 words)
  • HUNTING. THE BURWOOD HOUNDS.

    In spite of almost all unfavourable climatic conditions, a splendid attendance of members greeted the master on Saturday. Finn's Hotel is such a popular meeting place that it is satisfactory to know that of ... [Article] (243 words)
  • COURSING. HORSHAM, FRIDAY.

    The final meet for the season of the Kalkee Coursing Club was held at Messrs. Wilson and Campbell's estates yesterday, and the stake was won by Bluey, with Mignonette ... [Article] (38 words)
  • CRICKET. MOTORIAN CRICKETERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the Victorian Cricketers' Association will be held at the Vienna Cafe, Collins-street, on Monay, September 23, at 8 p.m. Nominations for the offices of president, two vice-presidents, ... [Article] (312 words)
  • LAWN TENNIS. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. MELBOURNE V. SOUTH YARRA.

    This match was played on Saturday, and decided the premiership for the season, as M.C.C. for the third time defeated South Yarra. The attendance was very large, and the interest was suitained to the ... [Article] (311 words)
  • SPARROW SHOOTING.

    There was a very good muster at Saturday's meeting of the Melbourne Sparrow Shooting Club, one of the events being the sixth connection for the Kynoch Trophy. Mr. Powne, with 10 kills to his ... [Article] (85 words)
  • LANDLORD AND TENANT. REMARKABLE EVIDENCE.

    A case heard in the Richmond Court on Saturday exhibited some extraordinary features. An old and feeble person, Mrs. Sarah Reid, of Tanner-street, Richmond, sued ... [Article] (480 words)
  • A CHILD BURNT TO DEATH.

    Early yesterday morning Mrs. Bishop, of 100 Macpherson-street, North Carlton, took her little girl Ethel, aged 2 years and 9 months, from her bed, and left her alone for a ... [Article] (186 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (3633 words)
  • GOLF. ROYAL, MELBOURNE GOLF CLUB.

    On Saturday a team of this club played a team from the Geelong Golf Club. As is usual with the matches between these clubs it was match enjoyed by both of them. The Royal Melbourne eventually succeeded on ... [Article] (134 words)
  • BOWLING.

    The annual meeting of the Carlton Bowling Club will be held in the pavilion this afternoon, at 5 o'clock. ... [Article] (20 words)

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