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    Final acceptances for the Melbourne Cup are to be declared tomorrow For neglecting to scratch Lord Cecil at the' proper time in the Liverpool Mile on ...

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    ASouth Australian (s), 716 tons, Captain [?] from Suva, Lcvuka. futuna, Wallis Island, and Rotumah. Fiji. Passengers: Mr. A. [?] Mr. 111F. G. Graham Mr. Wm. Williams. H. Fisher, ...

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    "Listless, lifeless in class, would take an hour to work through a three minute. sum; would lean against the wall in playground, seldom speaking to anyone, and apparently not ...

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  6. National Bifle Assoeiation.

    The Lady Rawson match is always one which draws a big crowd, and on Saturday, when the National Rifle Association's meeting at Randwick was concluded, a great number at ...

    Article : 1,013 words
  7. MINING.

    BATHURST, Monday.—At Sinclair and Wilson's Mine at Clear Creek, about nine miles from Bathurst, work has not been carried out on a very extensive scale during the last ...

    Article : 488 words
  8. BOXING.

    Murphy and Jessop contested the best of 20 rounds at the Gaiety Club on Saturday night before a good house. Murphy had the better of the battle all through, and at the end of ...

    Article : 63 words
  9. GOLF.

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    BALLARAT, Monday.—The Broken Hill Brass Band has arrived by the Adelaide express for the interstate contests. The following are the results of some of the competitions:— ...

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  11. CYCLING.

    The result of the Marrickville club's live miles road race on Saturday over the Homebush course was:—S. Moore, 2min 25sec, 1; W. Grierson, 2min 25sec, 2; W. Moore, scr, 3. ...

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    Bomera defeated Hatton at Bomera by 5 sets 33 games to 3 sets 27 games. Scores: Red-mond and Flashman (B.) v. L. Bryant and Lovegrove (H.), 6-5, 0-6; Redmond and Flashman v. H. Bryant and Sapsford, O-l, 6-1; V. ...

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    The following games were played at the oc-cidental Ball Court on Saturday. In a tourna-ment game, M. Hennesey defeated J. Salmon by 75 to 73. Then W. Edwards and E. ...

    Article : 74 words
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  17. CRICKET.

    Jansen, the Balmain player, will remember the match against Redfern for some time. On the first day he was struck by a ball while having a knock before the game began.He ...

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  18. SAILING.

    Mr. W. M. Ford's, jun., Australian on Sa-turday again demonstrated her claims to championship honors, as she easily won both her heats and the final of the Sydney Flying: ...

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