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  • HOBSON'S BAY TIDES TO-DAY

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  • SHIPPING TELEGRAMS (Distances Reckoned Via West Channel.)

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  • AIR ROUTE FORECASTS.

    Melbourne.—Medium and low clouds, with gusty north-westerly winds, 25 to [?] miles per bour, but chiefly lower clouds later, with further showers and change to ... [Article] (514 words)
  • MELBOURNE OBSERVATIONS SATURDAY, OCT. 7.

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  • SHIPPING

    OCEAN FORECAST.—Sunday. 9 p.m. (For 24 Hours).—"Fresh north-westerly winds and moderate seas around Tasmania and in south-west quarter of Tasman Sea, ... [Article] (53 words)
  • SHIPS WITHIN WIRELESS RANGE

    The following vessels should be in communication to-day with Australian wireless stations:— Hobart.— Port Nicholson, Talune. Melbourne.—Ceramic, Corrimal, from Knob. ... [Article] (153 words)
  • SHIPPING NOTES

    CERAMIC.—The passenger liner Ceramic will arrite from Liverpool by way of the Cape to-day. She will berth at Station Pier, Port Melbourne, between 5 and 6 p.m. She carries many passengers ... [Article] (470 words)
  • SATURDAY'S WEATHER CHART OFFICIAL FORECASTS Sunday, 9 p.m. (For 24 Hours)

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  • AUSTRALIAN RAIN RECORDS

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  • LABOUR "EXCLUSIONS" Case of Mr. Williams, M.L.C.

    Among members of the Victorian Labour party who were "excluded' by the central executive because they had supported the Premiers' plan was Mr. Williams, M.L.C. ... [Article] (164 words)
  • MOTHER ON MURDER CHARGE

    BRISBANE, Sunday.[?]Following the finding of the body of Anette Watkins, aged six years, in the Bremer River, at Ipswich, on Saturday morning, the police arrested ... [Article] (47 words)
  • WHEAT CHARTER FOR BARQUE

    Advice has been received that the steel fourmasted barque Abraham Rydberg has been chartered to load 3,200 tons of wheat at Port Lincoln (S.A.) for the United Kingdom or Continent, Under ... [Article] (179 words)
  • RIVER GAUGINGS.—Saturday, October 7. (Above Summer Level)

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  • Advertising

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  • SCOUTS' SPORTS Nunawading, District

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  • BILLIARDS Victorian Club

    In Victorian Club's consolation billiards tournament, the following games will be played to-night:— At 8 p.m., M. S. Lyons (rec[?] 150) v. D. McNamara (re[?]. 130). At 9 p.m., L. Kennedy (r[?]. 25), v. J. ... [Article] (96 words)
  • HANDBALL

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  • FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION GRAND FINAL NORTHCOTE SUCCESSFUL Unpleasant Match With Coburg By ONLOOKER

    Northcote won its second successive Association premiership when it defeated Coburg at Olympic Park on Saturday. The mutch was most unpleasant, however, and, as ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (1962 words)
  • QUARTER SCORES ASSOCIATION

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  • GOAL-KICKERS ASSOCIATION.

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  • LEAGUE CHARITY MATCH VICTORIAN TEAMS MEET Garnival Players Defeated

    The Victorian carnival team, which von the Australian championship in Sydney in August, and the team which defeated South Australia in Adelaide, played a match on the Melbourne ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (675 words)
  • THREE UMPIRES SUSPENDED Trouble Over Footballs

    Recently a complaint was made that the balls provided for matches were not being returned to their custodian. The League umpires' board increased its watchfulness, and found that the ... [Article] (102 words)
  • INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL Dr. Berman's Resignation

    An announcement that he intended to retire from all senior football, and to devote his spare time solely to the interests of junior football, especially the Saturday Morning Industrial League, was made ... [Article] (334 words)
  • SUB-DISTRICT ASSOCIATION

    Dennis, 12—12. won the premiership of the Association Sub-districts B section on Saturday, defeating Newport Juniors. 8—10, in the grand final. The executive will meet on Thursday night at 8 p.m. ... [Article] (36 words)
  • LEAGUE SUB-DISTRICT East Brunswick Wins Second Grade

    East Brunawick's better marking, ruck strength, and position play enabled it to defeat Kew District, aud win the second-grade premiership of the League Sub-Districts, ScoresL:—East Brunswick, 14—12 (Boyd ... [Article] (102 words)
  • AMATEUR ASSOCIATION D Section Promiership

    Although only aged two years the Ormond club succeeded in winning the D Section premiership of the Victorian Amateur Association. The event was celebrated by a smoke social in the Kevington ... [Article] (157 words)
  • CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION

    WARRAGUL.—Central Gippsland Association.— The final between Warragul and Tratalgar was played at Yarragon on Saturday. McMillan (injured ank[?]) was [?] of the Warragul side, and A. Merrison ... [Article] (171 words)
  • WESTERN PLAYER SUSPENDED

    PERTH.—After hearing a charge by a boundary umpire against E. Flemming (West Perth), of having charged N. Doi[?] (East Fremantle), the League protests and dis[?]es board suspended Flemming ... [Article] (42 words)
  • BALLARAT LEAGUE POLICE INTERVENE Golden Point Defeated

    BALLARAT.—With a record score for the season and in premiership matches, Ballarat club convincingly won the Ballarat Football League pennant for the 1933 season on Saturday against Golden ... [Article] (333 words)
  • Country Clubs

    ALBURY (N.S.W.),—Richmond. 24—16. d. Ovens and Murray League, 21—16. at the showground. Outstanding players were Titus (Richmond[?] and W. Brown (O. and M). Titus kicked 10 goals, and ... [Article] (675 words)
  • MATCHES IN OTHER STATES

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—Surviving a desperate last quarter recovery by Sturt, the League football final on Saturday was won by Norwood by five points, giving it the right to meet Weat Torrons in the ... [Article] (162 words)
  • SOCCER HAKOAH DEFEATED By South Australian Club

    At the invitation of Hakosh the premier team from South Australia (Kingswood) played an exhibition game at the Exhibition oval. The visitors being faster to the ball and more accurate in ... [Article] (702 words)
  • Family Notices

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  • Advertising

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