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  2. THE PULPIT.

    The Rev. [?] Watts-G[?]mett was the preacher at the Kew Independent Church yesterday. He took as his texts I. Kings, vii. 22—"And upon the top of the pillars ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. INTERNATIONAL BASEBALL.

    Teams representing the crews of the Japanese warships and the Victorian Summer Baseball Association met in an international game on Saturday afternoon at the old Scotch College ground. His Excellency the Governor (Lord Stradbroke) officially welcomed the visitors, and is shown on the right pitching the first ball to open the game. In the main picture, from left to right, are:—F. Haywood (umpire), T. Okabe (catcher for the fleet)[?] and E. Ramsdon (Victorian first [?]ase), with the [?]at. Inset are the captain of the Japanese team (H. Okihara, short stop) and Lieut.-Commander I. Katahara, manager of the team. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 99 words
  4. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    In delightful weather the first members' match for the year of No. 19 Union was fired at Port Melbourne ranges on Saturday, 10 shots at 500 yards. There were 169 entries. It is a long ...

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  5. TEXTILE COMPANY'S AFFAIRS.

    ALBURY (N.S.W.), Saturday.—More than 250 shareholders of Amalgamated Textiles (Australia) Limited from the Albury district met at the Albury Town ...

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  6. FIRE AT RICHMOND TANNERY.

    For the second time in 21 years the factory and stock of Russell Brothers, leather goods manufacturers, in Rooney street, Richmond, were destroyed by fire shortly after noon on Saturday, the damage being estimated at £30,000. Grease and other inflammable materials fed the flames, and by 2 o'clock the costly plant was a smouldering mass of debris. A view of the fire is depicted, showing the crowds and the dying effort of the flames. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. JAPANESE CADETS ENTERTAINED.

    Fifty cadets from the visiting Japanese warships were entertained at the picnic to Ferntree Gully on Saturday by members of the Japanese Language Society, Cheerful faces are shown at the railway carriage windows. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 37 words
  8. CREATION OF NEW STATES.

    SYDNEY, Saturday.—Satisfaction with the decision of the New South Wales Ministry to appoint a Royal commission to inquire into matters ...

    Article : 567 words
  9. ANNUAL YACHTING REGATTA AT ST. KILDA.

    At the annual regatta of the St. Kilda Yacht Club on Saturday the start from the end of the pier of the "B" class trophy handicap is illustrated. Eric is leading, followed by Vendetta, Toogooloowoo (second), The Rip, Winsome (the winner), Windarra, and Violet (third). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
  10. EDEN-MONARO ELECTION.

    The chief electoral officer for the Commonwealth (Mr. R. C. Oldham) on Saturday made the following statement with regard to the alleged irregularities at the ...

    Article : 451 words
  11. INTERCLUB RECORD BROKEN

    After the holidays, interclub athletic pennant competitions were resumed at the Amateur Sports ground on Saturday. The start of the mile walk, "A" grade, is illustrated, showing N. R. Asker (St. Stephen's Harriers), the [?] figure in the centre, who won the event in 6min 58½sec., the record time for interclub contests. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. REMARKABLE CRICKET SNAPSHOT.

    The camera at the district cricket match M.C.C. v. Prahran, at Prahran, on Saturday, caught the ball actually on the blade of the bat, as K. Tolhurst (Melb.) gave a hard chance to the Prahran wicketkeeper, [?]. Ellis. C. B. Willis is waiting in the slips. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. DISOBEDIENT FIREMAN.

    A keen de[?]re to settle in Australia resulted in serious trouble for William Gallag[?]er, aged 22 years, a fireman on the ship Canadian Miller. In the City Court on Saturday he was charged ...

    Article : 132 words
  14. STREET GHOULS.

    Sir,—To-day in Collins street about noon a young lady was accosted by a dirty, unkempt degenerate, who whispered [?]thy expressions in her car, and persisted in ...

    Article : 154 words
  15. WOMAN LOSES MEMORY.

    Early on Saturday morning a night watchman named Cohen found a woman wandering [?]ssly about near Glenhuntly. After having taken charge of her, he handed the woman over to the ...

    Article : 91 words
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