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  2. Australasian Football Jubilee

    The above somewhat magnllequent title has been applied by the Victorian Football League to the forthcoming celebration, in which teams from Victoria, New ...

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  3. A FEW OLD-TIME VICTORIANS.

    Through living in Tasmania, I did not see a number of the Victorian players who built up great reputations in Melbourne. I have touched on many I saw. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. WHO IS "THE FATHER OF THE GAME?"

    We are informed from year to year that Mr. H. C. A. Harrison, a highly respected gentleman in Melbourne to-day, and a very noted amateur foot-runner ...

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  5. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HISTORY.

    The Australasian game has probably been played in South Australia for more than 40 years, but an association to control it did not come into existence until ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. FIRST INTER-COLONIAL CLUB MATCHES.

    Although the Southern Rugby Union was almost unanimous in its rejection of a proposal from Victoria for an Intercolonial match, upon grounds which no ...

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  7. THE LAWS OF THE MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB.

    The following is a copy of the first draft of laws of football known to-day as Australian Rules: 1. The distance between the goals and the ...

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