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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 213 words
  3. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. "THE AUSTRALASIAN"

    In its Sporting Department this week contains:— LEADING ARTICLE. Sport and Betting. Turf Gossip, by "Terlinga." ...

    Article : 89 words
  4. THE WEATHER.

    ARARA[?]. Dec. 8. —Rain set in last night, and 1[?] points [?]ell. The weather is [?]ill showery. CASTERTON. Dec. 8.—Since yesterday morning about 21 points of rain have been registered. it ...

    Article : 587 words
  5. ASCOT RACES.

    Tempestuous weather was experienced for the Ascot Racing Club meeting yesterday, but nevertheless the attendance was a very fair one. For the Ascot Handicap there were 13 starters, and ...

    Article : 690 words
  6. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT.

    A successful sale of city property was effected on Thursday by Messrs. W. Little and Co., in the estate of the late Dr. R. F. Hudson. The Golden City Hotel and a ...

    Article : 107 words
  7. SCHOOL SPEECH DAYS.

    The annual speech day and distribution of prizes of St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew, was held yesterday in the collegehall. The Rev. J. Ryan, S.J., rector of ...

    Article : 1,388 words
  8. IMPORTED FEATHERS.

    The action taken by the Custom, department, recently to prevent the destruction of certain birds whose feathers are used in ornamenting ladies' hats was protested ...

    Article : 776 words
  9. PUBLIC SCHOOLS PREMIERSHIP.

    This match was concluded yesterday, and resulted in a win for Scotch College by seven wickets. The features of the game were the allround play of Russell and Raincy, and the ...

    Article : 530 words
  10. BENDIGO.

    Alfred Li[?]vesley, the young man who created a sensation on Wednesday night, at the Commercial Bank, was brought up at the city police court on Thursday morning, ...

    Article : 323 words
  11. THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.

    To-day.—Ballarat Turf Club spring meeting; Fitzroy races; entries close for Ascot races; meeting of Melbourne Gun Club, at North Brighton. Saturday.—Austral Wheel Race Meeting ...

    Article : 63 words
  12. ALLEGED WRONGFUL SEIZURE.

    A somewhat complicated question of proceedings under a bill, or contract of sale, is occupying the attention of Judge Hamilton and a jury of four in the County Court. ...

    Article : 716 words
  13. THE GOVERNMENT ASTRONOMER'S FORECAST.

    Thursday (6 p.m.).—Fine and cool weather inland, but cloudy, with passing showers, in coastal and south-eastern districts; westerly and southwesterly winds generally; strong and squally on ...

    Article : 43 words
  14. NOTES AND CHAT.

    Castillio was yesterday sent ever five of the schooling, hurdles at Caulfield, in company with two unnamed horses, and jumped well. ...

    Article : 349 words
  15. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

    Rainfall at Observatory previous 24 hours to 5 p.m., 8th December, 0.03in. Since January 1, l4.53in. Average rainfall at Observatory for the year, ...

    Article : 392 words
  16. WANGARATTA RACES.

    The summer meeting of the Wangaratia Turf Club was held in enjoyable weather yesterday. The following were the results:— Trial Stakes. Five furlongs.—1. Cowan's ...

    Article : 406 words
  17. CASTLEMAINE.

    During the meeting of the borough council on Thursday, ex-Councillors Mitchell and Dunstan (both of whom sat at the table for upwards of 20 years), were ...

    Article : 78 words
  18. MR. MERRY IN COURT AGAIN

    Mr.W.R. Merry, of Brighton, who has had a large experience as a litigant, appeared again in that role yesterday, before Mr. Justice A'Beckett in the Practice ...

    Article : 908 words
  19. WARRNAMBOOL.

    At the conclusion of the half-yearly meeting of the Warrnambool district M.U.I.O.O.F., on Wednesday night, a presentation of an illuminated address and a ...

    Article : 164 words
  20. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA FOR DECEMBER 9, 1898.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 43 words
  21. THE BRISBANE FORECASTS.

    Mr. Anderson, in the absence of Mr. Wragge, has issued the following forecasts:— Victoria and Tasmania. — Still cloudy and showery, with strong winds in the seaboard ...

    Article : 249 words
  22. A PECULIAR INCIDENT.

    A peculiar incident occurred at the Victoria Turf Club spring meeting at Geraldton yesterday in connection with the Hurdle Race. Shandon came in first, but, owing ...

    Article : 98 words
  23. BOWLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 243 words
  24. THE MARONG RACES.

    The Marong races took place to-day, the following being the results:— Hurdle Race. Two miles.—Stockwell, 1; Sunshade, 2; Bowaka, 3. ...

    Article : 117 words
  25. DROWNED IN THE KOO-WEE-RUP DRAIN.

    Another drowning case has occurred in the main drain of the Koo-wee-rup settlement. The seven-year-old son of a settler, named Joyce, fell into the stream ...

    Article : 141 words
  26. Advertising

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  27. THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

    The usual weekly meeting of the committee of the Benevolent Asylum was held yesterday, there being present Messrs. J. Ridley (in the chair), Martin Hood, W. ...

    Article : 351 words
  28. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 230 words
  29. CYCLING.

    The concluding item of the 1898 L.V.W. century run, that of awarding the medals to the successful riders, will take place at the Doncaster Tower Hotel on Saturday afternoon, December 17, leaving ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. DEATH FROM AN OVERDOSE OF MORPHIA.

    Yesterday Mrs. Horne, the wife of Mr. Horne, L.R.C.P., had her teeth extreated, and for this purpose was put under chloroform by her husband. The operation was ...

    Article : 150 words
  31. SCHOOL SPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 500 words
  32. LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN AND THE COUNTRY CLUBS.

    The annual meeting of the Colac District Cycling Club was held last night, when a motion was carried that the club join no association whatever this year. This was the outcome of a ...

    Article : 175 words
  33. BURGLARY AT MIDDLE-PARK.

    Mr. William Williams, the well-Known light-weight boxer and cycling trainer, was unfortunately asleep when a burglar visited his house in Beaconsfield-parade, ...

    Article : 167 words
  34. SUMMER NIGHT MEETINGS.

    The Cycling League council decided to light their track with electricity, and proposes to hold meetings on Summer evenings. ...

    Article : 27 words
  35. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    CASTERTON, Dec. 8.—Shearing has again bee[?] suspended on account of the weather. NEW SOUTH WALES. GOODOOGA, Dec. 8.—Tis season is much like ...

    Article : 69 words
  36. ALLEGED MAGISTERIAL BIAS.

    Before a Bench consisting of Messrs. Lousada (chairman), Webb, and Callanan, J.P.'s, the Gisborne Water Trust on Thursday brought an action to recover arrears of ...

    Article : 240 words
  37. CRICKET.

    Wesley College Psst v. Present.—This match will take place at the College-oval to-day. The Old Boys' team will be chosen from the following; —Rush (two), Thomson (two), Finlay, Lemme, ...

    Article : 203 words
  38. THE ETHICUS OF GAMBLING.

    Sir,—It is undoubtedly, as "Student of Morals" observes, difficult to draw a clear moral distinction between putting money into a friendly sweep and paying a premium ...

    Article : 611 words
  39. THE GIPSIES AT ST. KILDA.

    With reference to the complaints that have been made through "The Argus" about the Gipsies now located on the St. Kilda Esplanade, it is explained ...

    Article : 268 words
  40. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    CHARLTON, Dec. 7. —The new wheat is now beginning to arrive. Mr. C.A. Foreman purchased a hundred bags on Friday last from Mr. Dew, of Wooroonook, at 2/5 per bushel, and ...

    Article : 808 words
  41. WARDER ASSAULTED AT PENTRIDGE.

    On Tuesday afternoon last an attack was made at Pentridge on Warder Mullins by a prisoner, known as Coppie, in C division, which is principally used for the ...

    Article : 233 words
  42. UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL.

    The University High Shool boys held their sports on the M.C.C. round. The weather was most unpropitious, but there was a fair crowd present. The school championship was won by L. ...

    Article : 330 words
  43. INTERCOLONIAL MATCHES.

    Great disappointment was expressed here to-day when it became known that the New South Wales Cricket Association had been informed that the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank had ...

    Article : 107 words
  44. CARELESS USE OF FIRE.

    A swagman named James Clifford was sentenced to three months' imprisonment to-day for causing a fire at North Shepparton on Monday, by which grass and ...

    Article : 613 words
  45. COUNTRY CRICKET WEEK.

    The following players have been selected to represent the Southern Balliwick:—Messrs. C. Balley, J. Balley, A. David, J. Evans, H. Mitchell, W. Morgan, E. Wan[?]s, and F. Wright (Ballarat ...

    Article : 80 words
  46. A SACRILEGIOUS DRUNKARD.

    The inability to resist the temptation of drink proved the undoing of Matthew Tregaski, who was arrested yesterday at South Yarra on a charge of sacrilege. ...

    Article : 305 words
  47. PUBLIC SCHOOLS CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 377 words
  48. BOOKING ARRANGEMENTS FOR LIEDER[?]AFEL CONCERTS.

    Sir,—Being a visitor in your colony for a short time, I thought I should like to hear one of your famous Liederta[?]el concerts, and having friend who is a ...

    Article : 318 words
  49. PIGEON SHOOTING.

    Melbourne Gun Club.—The weekly gathering of members and visitors to this resort will take place to-day, at the club's enclosure, North Brighton, at 1 o'clock p.m. included in the day's ...

    Article : 22 words
  50. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    ANNUAL EXAMNATION, DECEMBER, 1898. INTERNATIONAL LAW. Second Year Artic[?]ed Clerks.—Passed:—240 and 352. ...

    Article : 266 words
  51. WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

    The will of Mr. Hugh Montgomery Thomson, late of Balaclava-roak, St.Kilda, but formerly of Cocketgedong Station, New South Wales, is being proved by the ...

    Article : 100 words
  52. SANDOWN-PARK RACES.

    Railway Arrangements.—Special passenger trains will leave Flinders-street station for S[?]downpark racecourse platform at 12.18, and between 12.51, 1.8, 1.25, and 1.45, all stopping at ...

    Article : 144 words
  53. THE MISSING FISHERMAN.

    The missing Beaumaris fisherman, Toy, whose wife informed the police that he had been upset and drowned during the gale of Wednesday, weathered the storm, ...

    Article : 62 words
  54. Advertising

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