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  2. AUSTRALIAN WOOL PRODUCTION.

    In order to be able to supply the wool trade with as accurate an estimate as possible of the amount of the Australian clip of 1904, I have as in past ...

    Article : 1,433 words
  3. GREATER MELBOURNE.

    On Tuesday evening a conference was held in the Flemington Town-hall between the Kensington and the Essendon Council relative to the annexation by the city of the ...

    Article : 582 words
  4. WANTED—MORE PEOPLE.

    Sir,—Every sa[?]e person will welcome the discussion in your columns regarding Australia's want of population and consequent stagnation. Let us drop the mad idea of ...

    Article : 1,590 words
  5. OATS, BARLEY, AND HAY.

    The oat crop of Victoria is not anything like so good as it was last year, neither is the area [?]nder cultivation for this [?]ereal nearly so large. Owing to the low price ...

    Article : 998 words
  6. BOWLS BY ELECTRIC LIGHT.

    The Albert-park Bowling Club tournament, being played under the auspices of the South Melbourne Cricket Club, by electric light, was continued last night, ...

    Article : 327 words
  7. WOODEND RACES.

    A SPECIAL TRAIN for passengers and horses will leave Melbourne at 9 a.m., stopping at Sunbury and all subsequent stations. Holiday Excursion Fares. ...

    Article : 55 words
  8. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    To-day. — Richmond races; settling over Moonee Valley races: Tasmanian Turf Club races (second day); entries close for Fitzroy races. Friday.—Fitzroy races; entries close for Ascot ...

    Article : 113 words
  9. SPORTS AT DUNOLLY.

    DUNOLLY, Wednesday.—Sports in connection with the local branch of the A.N.A. were held to-day. and were moderately attended, £20 being taken at the gates. Results:—Sheffield Handicap ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. MOONEE VALLEY RACES.

    S[?] weather prevailed at Moonee Valley, and the meeting was only moderately attended. Leonia's running in the Wel[?]er Purse was inquired into by the ...

    Article : 888 words
  11. SPORTING NOTES.

    The Richmond Racing Club will hold another meeting to-day. The first race is timed to start at half past 2 o'clock. settling over the Moonee Valley races ...

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  12. ANGLING.

    On the Saltwater River next Monday six members of each of the following clubs. viz., Victorian Abbolsford, Brunswick, Prahran. Esendon, and Heidelberg, will compete for a club trophy. The ...

    Article : 157 words
  13. WILLIAMSTOWN WEIGHTS.

    Hurdle Race. Two miles.—Watchmaker. 11.4; Earl of Carrick, 11.0;Speculation. 10.11; Vestment. 10.5: Glare, 10.2; Glenallen, 10.2; Hadji, 10.6, Carrie Moore. 9.10; Burnside, 9.9; Neptune, 9.3; ...

    Article : 251 words
  14. BANKS' CRICKET MATCH.

    The interstate cricket match between teams representing the banking institutions of Victoria and New South Wales was concluded on the Warehousemen's ...

    Article : 351 words
  15. FATAL FIRE.

    CORRYONG, Wednesday.—Last night the Corryong Hotel was destroyed by fire, and the license[?], Mrs. Celia Nicholls, was burnt in her bed. Her charred remains ...

    Article : 190 words
  16. CRICKET.

    The executive council of the Victorian Junior Cricket Association held a special meeting last evening at the Orient Hotel, Bourke-street, to deal with the appeal by the La Mascotic Club against ...

    Article : 748 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,348 words
  18. BUSH FIRES.

    BIRREGURRA, Tuesday.—A[?] extensive grass fire which might have resulted disastrously had it not been for the timely assistance of the neighbours, broke out this afternoon on the Ripplevale and ...

    Article : 1,083 words
  19. MELBOURNE ATHENÆUM.

    The annual meeting of the Melbourne Athenæum was held in the library last night. In the absence of the president, Mr. T. Hamilton, the vice-president, Mr. T. ...

    Article : 289 words
  20. TASMANIAN TURF CLUB MEETING.

    LAUNCESTON, Wednesday.—The summer meeting of the Tasmanian Turf Club began to-day, at Mowbray, in fine warm weather, before a large representative attendance. Fifteen horses started ...

    Article : 386 words
  21. RICHMOND RICHMOND RACING RACING CLUB CLUB MEETING. MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 403 words
  22. FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS.

    The annual meeting of the Federal Institute of Accountants was held last evening, at the Vienna Cafe. The president (Mr. W. J. Runting) was in the chair. ...

    Article : 342 words
  23. MOTORING.

    The Dunlop Tyre Company, the promoters of the forthecoming big overland motor reliability contest from Sydney to Melbourne, to be held on February 21 to 25, announce that satisfactory ...

    Article : 402 words
  24. FIRE BRIGADE HORSES.

    The shortcomings of "Ginger," the Caulfield Fire Brigade horse, who invariably jibbed while he was being harnessed and refused to pass a local club, were recently ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. TRARALGON RACES.

    TRARALGON, Wednesday.—The annual races were held to-day. The attendance was marred by heat but the racing was excellent throughout. Results:— ...

    Article : 391 words
  26. WATER SCARCITY AT BRIGHTON.

    Sir,—Under this heading an account appears in "The Argus" of the proceedings in the Brighton Council, at its last meeting, respecting the deficient supply of water in the ...

    Article : 226 words
  27. FITZROY RACES. FITZROY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 72 words
  28. CYCLING.

    Competitors for the races in connection with the forthcoming A.N.A. Fete can now train upon the Exhibitlon track free of charge on presentation of their acceptance receipts. ...

    Article : 34 words
  29. CYCLIST IN COURT.

    At the City Court yesterday, before Mr. Panton, P.M., William G. Symonds, the well-known cyclist, was charged with having obtained a sum of money from Mrs. Edith Emily Kemp by means ...

    Article : 452 words
  30. MEETING AT WAGGA.

    WAGGA. Wednesday.—The anniversary meeting of the Wagga Cycling Club was held to-day in warm weather. Results:—Murrumbidgee Sprint. Half a mile.—F. Best, 1; E. J. Ashwin, 2; 11. ...

    Article : 102 words
  31. SOL. GREEN, THE LEVIATHAN OF AUSTRALASIA.

    AND NOTED FOR LONGEST PRICES. MELBOURNE TATTERSALL'S CLUB, ROYAL-LANE, MELBOURNE. SPECIAL LONG PRICE CUT-UP DOUBLES, ...

    Article : 105 words
  32. POLICE-RIDDEN ALBERT-PARK.

    Sir,—I co[?]cide with the opinion of "Shopkeeper." It is about time the Police department infused a little common sense into the constables in Albert and Middle Parks, ...

    Article : 146 words
  33. SOUTH MELBOURNE JUBILEE

    The committee appointed to consider the best means of celebrating the jubilee of the municipality of South Melbourne presented their report to the council at its ordinary ...

    Article : 178 words
  34. SEBASTOPOL PLATEAU DRAINAGE.

    For many years the question of draining the Sebastopol Plateau has been discussed in Ballarat, and brought under the notice of several Ministries. The latest proposal ...

    Article : 101 words
  35. FIRE AT MOONEE PONDS.

    Between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday morning a fire broke out from some unknown cause, and severely damaged a cartshed and stable at the rear of W. Hosking's ...

    Article : 58 words
  36. sWIMMING.

    The concluding round of the series of test races to select representatives for the interstate champiomships was decided at Hegarty's Baths, St. Kilda, last evening. The event, 220 yards, breast ...

    Article : 199 words
  37. DENILIQUIN RACES.

    DENILIQUIN, Wednesday.—The annual meeting of the Birthday Racing Club was held to-day, in fine weather. There was a moderate attendance. IAn accident occurred in the Hack Race. Queenan, ...

    Article : 198 words
  38. J. WREN, CITY TATTERSALL'S CLUB. [?] BOURKE-STREET, MELBOURNE.

    "Doubles, Straight Out, and Starting Price on All Events. No Limit Starting Price. Starters and Prices Direct from the Course. ASPENDALE-PARK. SATURDAY, 28th JANUARY. ...

    Article : 123 words
  39. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY[?]

    BEECHWORTH.—An alarm of fire was given on Wednesday afternoon from the locality of Newtown[?] a subur[?] of Beechworth. The fire br[?]g[?]de was quickly on the spot, and found the grass on fire ...

    Article : 222 words
  40. A JOCKEY'S TROUBLES.

    On the 2[?]th November last an order was made at the District Court against Percy King[?] a jockey, in favour of Lewis Cohen and Co., tailors, of Bourke-street, for £4/3[?] goods supplied, and 15/ ...

    Article : 218 words
  41. MAINTENANCE ORDER.

    At the Collingwood Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. Gahan, Peters, Eade, and Tait[?] J.P.'s. Robert Rice, a ship's steward, was charged with having deserted his wife[?] Eliza Rice. ...

    Article : 170 words
  42. THE COMING CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Entries in connection with the Brighton Swimming Club's matches will close with the [?]. secretary, Mr. H. A. Wood, on Saturday next. The programme includes the 220 yards breast-stroke ...

    Article : 175 words
  43. KENSINGTON RACES.

    SYDNEY. Wednesday.—The Kensington races to-day resulted as follows:—14.3 Handicap—Carlotta, 1. 14.1 Handicap—Sea Shell, 1. Novice Handicap —Robin [?]ood. 1. 13.2 Handicap—Celia. 1. 14.2 ...

    Article : 41 words
  44. BAD-TEMPERED HUSBAND.

    Samuel [?]oach was charged a[?] the Richmond Court yesterday with having assaulted his wife, Isabella [?]oach, on the 11th inst. Complainant deposed:—On the date mentioned ...

    Article : 118 words
  45. ASPENDALE-PARK MEETING.

    Maiden Plate. Five furlongs.—trish Moss, 7.9; Black Knight, 7.0; Regard, 7.0; Confidence 7.0; Zoraya, 6.11; Juliette, 6.11; Miss Bobby, 6.11. Jumpers' Flat Race. One mile and a quarter.— ...

    Article : 332 words
  46. J. J. BARTLETT, VICTORIAN CLUB.

    ASPENDALE-PARK, WILLIAMSTOWN. STARTING PRICE, NO LIMIT. NEWMARKET and AUSTRALIAN CUP STRAIGHT OUT and DOUBLE. ...

    Article : 28 words
  47. Advertising

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    Advertising : 170 words
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