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  2. SPORTS CHRONICLE.

    St. Kilda v. Carlton (second twenties).— Won by "ours," for whom Pierce kicked a goal. A mixed twenty of the St. Kilda Alma ...

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  3. OPENING OF THE MALVERN STATE SCHOOLS.

    [The following report of the above ceremonial is taken from the Argus, for the reason that, from causes which were quite uncontrolable, we were debarred from making ...

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  4. IN THE BARBER'S SHOP

    "I have gathered a posie of other men's flowers and nothing but the thread that binds them is mine own."—MONTAIGNE. INTELLECTUAL treats of unusual ...

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  5. POLICE

    Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., J. B. Crews, and Dr. Lewellin, J.P's POLICE CASES.—Eliza White, who was remanded for a week on the charge of ...

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  6. FLOGGING YOUTHS.

    Sir,—At various times you have made it plain that you are not one of the sickly sentimental school who go into ectasies of indignation over the infliction of corporal ...

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  7. THURSDAY, JULY 1.

    Before the Mayor (Joseph Harris, Esq.,) and Mr G. Lewis, J.P.s. LARCENY.—George Moore, a rag and bone gatherer, was charged with larceny. ...

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