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  • V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING. THE AUSTRALIAN CUP. A DEAD HEAT. (From "Tatiara.") Melbourne, March 4.

    The VJUX Autumn meeting launched on its second stage at Flemington to-day. Light rain fUrted to fall early this morning, and people who recalled the ... [Article] (4200 words)
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  • LACROSSE. PORT ADELAIDE CLUB.

    The ninth annual meeting of the Port Adelaide club was held on Monday evening at Woodcock's Hotel, Port Adelaide. There was a large atteudance.over which Mr. H. Hocking presided. The ... [Article] (278 words)
  • LAWN TENNIS. THE ANNUAL TOURNAMENT.

    Entries for the South Australian Lawn Tennis Association's annual, tournaments, to be played on the Adelaide Oval on March 15 to 23. close with the secretary ... [Article] (54 words)
  • SPOKTING NEWS THE TURF.

    The starting prices of the winners at Flemington on Tuesday were:- 12 to 1 Merriewoola. 5 to 4 on Wolawa. ... [Article] (2380 words)
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  • RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  • FOOTBALL.

    A general meeting of the Yorketown Football Club waa held on Thursday evening. The Rev. E. R. Ledger (president) presided over a large attendance. The secretary said the club had a ... [Article] (92 words)
  • CRICKET. ADELAIDE PLAINS ASSOCIATION.

    The following players have been selected to play against the Federal Association at Adelaide Oval on Thursday, and against Coromandel at the Adelaide Oval on Friday:—A. G. Paterson, ... [Article] (515 words)
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  • A MURDER CHARGE. THE ACCUSED MAN RELEASED.

    The grand jury at Kissennee, Florida, have declined to bring in a true bill against Fgbert Gillette, who was charged with the murder of a Shaker woman, Sadie ... [Article] (229 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. PORT ADELAIDE BRANCH.

    At the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday evening the secretary of the Port Adelaide branch of the A. N. A. (Mr. A. E. Barlow) tendered a social gathering to the members of the lodge, in ... [Article] (213 words)
  • QUARREL ABOUT A LIGHTPOLE. Gawler, March 5.

    It was thought the dispute between Mr. A. Sheard and the Gawler Town Council concerning the electric lighting pole in front of his new business establishment had ended, but Mr. ... [Article] (469 words)

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