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  2. Display Advertising

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    Advertising : 342 words
  3. EXCITING CRICKET.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—It was sultry and overcast at noon to-day when Collins (101) and Andrews (29) went ld the wicket to rcsume for New South Wales the task of ...

    Article : 1,531 words
  4. LAWN TENNIS.

    J. 0. Anderson and J. Willard, who will take part in the matches at the Albert ground to-morrow and on Friday and Saturday, between the 1923 and 1924 Davis Cup teams, accompained ...

    Article : 1,413 words
  5. FOOTBALL CONTROL.

    Football matters may be said to be in a state of ferment, for while supporters are waiting for the programmes for next winter to be issued, the controlling bodies ...

    Article : 417 words
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    Advertising : 85 words
  7. SPORTING CABLES.

    Football matches played to-day resulted as follows: First League.—Manchester City v. Sheffield United, 2.1. ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. MAN'S HEAD CRUSHED.

    Joseph Serry, aged 45 years, of Scott street, Croxton, was killed at the Victoria Barracks shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when a miniature rifle range, ...

    Article : 259 words
  9. BOXING.

    At the National Sporting Club, in a scheduled 20-rounds contest for the bantamweight championship of Great Britain and £600, "Johnny" Brown, the holder, ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. POLICE V. TELEGRAPH.

    Played on the South Melbourne Cricket-ground yesterday, the match between the Victorian police and a telegraph team resulted: Police, eight wickets for 152, innings declared closed ...

    Article : 129 words
  11. THE GUN.

    There was a fair attendance at the Melbourne club's ground yesterday when starlings and pigeons were trapped. Shooters were favoured by the dull weather. The opening four-bird ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. POLICE NEWS.

    William Harnett, aged 23 years labourer, was charged at the Carlton Court on Tuesday with having been drunk and disorderly and with having resisted Constable Gleeson. The Bench consisted of ...

    Article : 374 words
  13. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLTRAT, Tuesday.— The Country Association's competition was continued to-day. U[?]na met Evansford on the Eastern Oval and declared with four wickets down for 202 (E.Newton 76 ...

    Article : 387 words
  14. FITZROY CLUB.

    Gratification at the satisfactory position of the club at the close of last season, and of the support accorded the club, was expressed at the annual meeting of the Fitzroy Football Club last night ...

    Article : 299 words
  15. HEALTH OF PRAHRAN.

    In his annual report to the meeting of the P[?]hran Council on Monday night, the city health officer (Dr. R. H Fetherston) stated that the population of Prahran was now 51,282 Of the ...

    Article : 207 words
  16. JUNIOR TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir,—I wish to bring before your notice a point seriously affecting junior teachers in the Education department. Our annual examinations for promotion were held last ...

    Article : 124 words
  17. SUBURBAN ACTIVITIES.

    On receiving a quarterly report from the Weights and Measures' Union, the Richmond council, on the motion of Cr. Bell, resolved to write to the union asking it ...

    Article : 114 words
  18. Footscray Club.

    The annual meeting of the Footscray Football Club, Association premiers last year, was held in the Federal Hall, Footscray, last night. There was a record attendance of more than 4,000, and ...

    Article : 378 words
  19. STOCK EXCHANGE V. ACCOUNTANTS.

    A cricket match between a team from members of the Melbourne Stock Exchange and one from the ranks of practising accountants will be held to-day at the Albert Ground, St, Kilda road. The ...

    Article : 56 words
  20. HEAVY VEHICLE LOADS.

    The report of the engineer of the city of Footscray relating to a request by a deputation from the Commercial Motor Users' Assocation that loading vehicles to ...

    Article : 288 words
  21. Oakleigh Annual Meetin.

    The animal meeting of the Oakleigh Football Club was held on Monday night, when there was a large attendance. Mr. Maybury, of Richmond, congratulated the ...

    Article : 135 words
  22. ROWING.

    The follwing points have been secured by the various clubs, the points having been computed after last Saturday's Ballarat Regatta: Senior.— Melbourne, 24; University, 16; ...

    Article : 416 words
  23. BOWLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 421 words
  24. CAULFIELD RESURDIVISION.

    Since the beginning of the resubdivisional movement in the City of Caulfield, support has been given by associations throughout Caulfield, and it is hoped that within three month ...

    Article : 485 words
  25. Treatment Appreciated.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. F. C. Toone, manager of the English team, has written to the secretary of the Victorian Cricket Association (Mr. Rush) thanking him for ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. VTCTOBIAN V. N.S.W. BANKS.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. — The annual cricket match between the combined banks of New South Wales and the combined banks of Victoria was begun on the University oval to-day. It will be continued ...

    Article : 510 words
  27. GALLI-CURC[?]S VISIT.

    A cable message was received last night by Messers. J. and N. Tait from Messrs, Evans and Salter, New York, who are the managers for Madame Galli-Curci, stating that the ...

    Article : 68 words
  28. MAN SUSTAINS FRACTURED RIB.

    Suffering from a fractured rib and bruised thigh and. knuckle, Jakes Livingston, aged 77 years, of leicester street. Cariton, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital last night, but was later allowed ...

    Article : 57 words
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