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  2. THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

    The splendid weather on Saturday afternoon drew big crowds to the principal football matches, and in nearly all cases the play proved interesting. The positions of ...

    Article : 152 words
  3. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    As the passengers by the train from Melbourne arriving at Albert Park left that station about 1.20 p. m. on Saturday and walked towards the archway leading to ...

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  4. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The monthly members' match of the V. R. A. at Williamstown on Saturday was numerously attended. The shooting was at 200 and 300 yards, and the wind was a rear fishtail. J. H. ...

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  5. FUSION AND THE TARIFF.

    Mr. Joseph Cook, M. P., who arrived in Sydney on Saturday, spoke of the political developments of the week and their results in the course of an interview. ...

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  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 158 words
  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the annual meeting of the Ballarat Agricultural and Pastoral Society, at Craig's Hotel, on Saturday. Mr. George Russell, of Gangi- Willi, presiding, ...

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  8. WHARF MEETING AT HOBART.

    A meeting was held on the wharf to-day in the interests of the Labor party, when a resolution was unanimously carried supporting the Prime Minister's request for a ...

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  9. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 149 words
  10. ESSENDON (11. 11) BEAT NORTHCOTE (3.3).

    There was a very good attendance at Croxton Park to witness this match. Essendon, who were without Pain and Dyson, had the services once more of Gibson and Main, and Reeves, a ...

    Article : 171 words
  11. COMMONWEALTH LIBERAL PARTY.

    By advertisement, the secretary of the Commonwealth Liberal party, Whitchall. Bank- place, invites communications from members of the party desirous of opening ...

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  12. MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED.

    While driving a young horse in a jinker in Queen's -parade, Clifton Hill, on Saturday night, Wm. Ashworth, aged 27, was thrown heavily to the road. He ...

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  13. LEAGUE MATCHES.

    A match between the two oldest metropolitan clubs is, as a time honored fixture, always an attraction, especially to veteran supporters of the game, and amongst the large gathering of ...

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  14. RICHMOND (11.4) BEAT ST. KILDA (7.8).

    The fact that the final issue of the match played at St. Kilda between Richmond and St. Kilda was in doubt until very late in the afternoon sustained interest, and made good sport. ...

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  15. MEETING IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING.

    A public meeting, convened by the Political Labor Council will be held in the Exhibition Building this evening for the purpose of supporting the Prime Minister's ...

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  16. BENDIGO.

    The funeral of the late Mr. W. J. Wood, sharebroker, which took place on Saturday, was largely attended amongst those present being Mr. A. J. Taylor, chairman; ...

    Article : 159 words
  17. FARMER'S LEG BADLY BROKEN.

    A farmer named Michael Nehill met with a painful accident yesterday afternoon. While working a chaffcutter his leg became entangled in the machinery, and it was ...

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  18. SCORES IN SATURDAY'S MATCHES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 277 words
  19. KILLED BY A HORSE.

    Mary Crystie, aged five, a daughter of Mr. J. Crystie, of Bethanga, who was staying with relatives near Myrtleford, succumbed on Friday to a fracture of the base ...

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  20. WEATHER NOTES.

    Fine, mild and pleasant weather continued over the metropolitan are during Saturday and Sunday, but during Sunday clouds began to increase, and the sky was generally overcast. The ...

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  21. INTERVIEW WITH MR. REID.

    Mr. Reid, M. P., referring to the consolidation of the Opposition, said there had always been room for free -traders and protectionists under their flag. At the last ...

    Article : 300 words
  22. OLD MAN FOUND DEAD.

    Sub- Inspector Simcocks received word this afternoon that a man had been found dead in his camp on the Mooroopna side of the Goulburn River. Constable Slater ...

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  23. LABOR CANDIDATE FOR MELBOURNE PORTS.

    The selection of Mr. J. Mathews, M. P., as the Labor candidate for Melbourne Ports at the next Federal elections was endorsed by the Political Labor Council ...

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  24. GEELONG.

    The council of the Gordon Technical College has decided to establish classes for the technical education of the woollen mills' employes. These special textile classes will ...

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  25. THE FLINDERS ELECTORATE.

    The Dandenong branch of the Political Labor Council has decided to call a conference of kindred organisations throughout the Flinders electorate to consider the ...

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  26. PREMIERSHIP LIST, SEASON 1909.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 278 words
  27. SHOT AT A FOOTBALL MATCH.

    W. Jones, 16, residing at Camperdown, was sitting in the sixpenny reserve at the University. Oval watching a football match yesterday, when it is supposed a ...

    Article : 63 words
  28. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    There was a very good attendance on the Brighton ground, where the local men, flushed with their victory over Footscray, were expected to put up a good game against the unbeaten ...

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  29. SIR JOHN FORREST'S OPPONENT.

    It is officially announced by the Australian Labor Federation that the nomination of Mr. Mark Hayes for selection as a Labor candidate for Swan has been ...

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  30. SHOCKING TREATMENT OF A BOY.

    Oscar Bruhn, aged 48 years, who resides at South Geelong, was arrested by Constable O' Mara on Saturday on a charge of unlawfully assaulting his little son, William ...

    Article : 114 words
  31. TWO MINERS INJURED.

    A serious explosion occurred at the 100 feet level of the open cut at the Occidental mine, Cobar, yesterday afternoon, when J. Hodge and W. Cooper, two miners, were ...

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  32. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA.

    May 31. —Sun rises 7.20, son sets 5.8. Moon rises 3.10 p. m., moon sets 3.13 a. m, New Moon. June 18. Full moon, June 4. ...

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  33. NORTH SYDNEY ELECTORATE.

    The combined Labor leagues of the North Sydney Federal electorate have decided to contest the seat in the interest of the Labor party. This will be the first contest ...

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  34. OFFICAL RAINFALL RECORDS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 101 words
  35. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 295 words
  36. CRUSHED BY A LOG.

    James Sutherland 22, son of John Sutherland, of Coolah was brought into Coonnabarabran. Hospital yesterday afternoon. He was engaged clearing for a wire ...

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  37. CASTLEMAINE.

    A largely attended meeting of land holders of the district, who are anxious to obtain the benefits of irrigation from the present almost unused Harcourt reservoir, ...

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  38. MR. FOWLER'S POSITION.

    Senator Pearce still contends that Mr. J. M. Fowler's letter to a Western Australian Labor organisation announcing that he would not be a candidate for Labor ...

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  39. A CORRECTION.

    Sir, —In your report of Mr. Mauger' s speech in to-day's issue of "The Age" you say— "The Labor party only adopted the new protection when absolutely forced to do so by ...

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  40. RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY. —The following are the principal rainfalls for the 24 hours ended 9 a. m. on Saturday:— Casino, 31; Clarence Heads, 115; Mullumbimby, 22. ...

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  41. BOY RUN OVER BY A WAGGON.

    A youth named Michael Renehan met with a serious accident yesterday, being run over by a heavy waggon. Renchan was only 12 years of age, and was foolishly ...

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  42. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE. —Following are the principal rainfalls for the 24 hours ended at 9 a. m. yesterday: —Northern: Cairns, 33 points; Cardwell, 30, Mackay, 26; Geraldton, 56; Atherton, 28; Halifax, 63; ...

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  43. SOUTH MELBOURNE (6.10) BEAT COLLINGWOOD (3.8).

    The game at South Melbourne was fast and strenuous, rather than brilliant, and the home team won by using its brains as well as its muscles. Taking the game right through, the ...

    Article : 653 words
  44. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 193 words
  45. ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN GOLD.

    Further developments have taken place in connection with the arrest of John Arthur Mitchell, at Ballarat, on 22nd inst; on a charge of having gold in his ...

    Article : 284 words
  46. SERIOUS SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    Ernest Hartley, aged eighteen, of South Sassafras, on Saturday nearly blew his right hand off while out shooting rabbits at Fern Tree Gully. The youth was ...

    Article : 53 words
  47. METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  48. AMUSEMENTS.

    At Her Majesty's Theatre An Englishman's Home is in its last five nights. It is preceded by After the Opera, a dramatic fragment. The Silver King will be staged with a strong cast ...

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  49. MEETING AT NORTH MELBOURNE.

    On Saturday evening a gathering at the intersection of Errol and Queensberry streets, North Melbourne, was addressed by members of the State Parliamentary ...

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  50. HAMILTON.

    The death occurred on Saturday of Mr. Robert L. Kurtze, aged 78, a native of Prussia, who arrived at Port Adelaide in 1856, and settled in the Hamilton district ...

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  51. BRITISH ASSOCIATION GAME.

    St. Kilda and Melbourne met at Middle Park on Saturday. Melbourne, winning the toss, took advantage of sun and wind, and the game opened in their favor. St. Kilda, however, ...

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  52. WILLIAMSTOWN (4.15) BEAT FOOTSCRAY (4.9).

    An attendance estimated at between 7000 and 8000 witnessed the match between Williamstown and Footscray, on the former's ground. Footscray, despite rumored "reconstruction" (which ...

    Article : 414 words
  53. CASES OF ASSAULT.

    At North Melbourne court on Saturday Charles W. Robinson, aged 40, was charged with having inflicted grievous bodily harm on Adeline Godfrey. Sergeant Molloy stated that at a late ...

    Article : 107 words
  54. POSTAL EXPEDITION !

    A post card was despatched from Melbourne to a local resident on 11th May, and reached the local post office on 27th May, thus taking 16 days to travel 29 ...

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  55. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT'S SLOW METHODS.

    Much annoyance is caused in the Nambrok district at the delay of the Education department in starting the erection of a school. Over twelve months ago the ...

    Article : 84 words
  56. ALLEGED ASSAULT and ROBBERY.

    Mrs. Hannah Lewis, of Stead- street, South Melbourne, reported to the local police yesterday that her son, John Francis Lewis, a young man, had been assaulted and robbed by two men about ...

    Article : 158 words
  57. OPINION IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A telegram from Melbourne, published in Perth, states that Senator Pearce has announced there a telegram from Mr. Scadden, secretary of the Australian Labor ...

    Article : 435 words
  58. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    Among the land bills in course of preparation is one for the amendment of the Closer Settlement Act. In this measure the Government will propose an alteration ...

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  59. COMMENDABLE SCHOLARS.

    Thirteen certificates for regular attendance have been presented to scholars attending the Maldon State school. George Caudry attended every school session ...

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  60. COUNTRY FOOTBALL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 215 words
  61. A CANVASSER ARRESTED.

    Early on Saturday morning John Hutchison, canvasser, aged 20, was arrested at his home in Frederick- street, Windsor, by Plain Clothes Constable Kinleyside, on a warrant ...

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  62. NEW ZEALAND REPRESENTATIVES.

    WELLINGTON. —The following have been selected to represent New Zealand at the New South Wales Rifle Association meeting in October:- Lieutenants Duncan and Hawthorn, Captain King, ...

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  63. ESSENDON (8.13) BEAT FITZROY (3.7).

    With a fine, bright day, a fast, dry ground, a still air, a vast crowd and two cager teams challenging each other for the second position on the premiership list, it was not at all surprising ...

    Article : 357 words
  64. INTERESTING EXPERIMENT WITH GRAPES.

    An experiment made in connection with the viticultural college to test the keeping qualities of local grapes has been very successful. On 18th February last a ...

    Article : 363 words
  65. NORTH MELBOURNE (8.12) BEAT PRESTON (7.10).

    A surprise was effected at Preston, where the North Melbourne team defeated the local club by superior play. North Melbourne rested some of their players recently who were not giving ...

    Article : 312 words
  66. SALARIES OF TRAVELLERS.

    At the last meeting of the Travellers, Canvassers, Collectors and Agents'. Union of Victoria, held at the Trades Hall on Thursday, it was reported that a firm of ...

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  67. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Mary Hanlon, of Pomborneit, married woman. Causes of insolvency: Losses by farming, by fire and sickness in the family. Liabilities, £131; assests, 5- Filed at Colac. ...

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  68. LAW LIST. THIS DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  69. FOOTBALL IN OTHER STATES.

    SYDNEY. —In Rugby football on Saturday South Sydney heat Glebe by 12 points to 10; Newtown beat Eastern Suburbs by 45 points to nil: Sydney beat University by 12 points to 10; Western ...

    Article : 157 words
  70. Advertising

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  71. MEETING AT BALLARAT.

    At a meeting to-day held under the auspices of the A. M. A., addresses in respect to the Federal crisis were delivered by Messrs. M' Grath and M' Kissock, ...

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  72. UNIVERSITY (0.0) BEAT GEELONG (3.10).

    Having each put up a "surprise" at the expense of Carlton this season, some interest was taken in the matching of these two teams on Saturday at East Melbourne, the fixture drawing ...

    Article : 346 words
  73. Advertising

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    Advertising : 46 words
  74. Advertising

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    Advertising : 37 words
  75. BRUNSWICK (4.6) BEAT PORT MELBOURNE (1.10).

    This match, which was played at Brunswick, attracted about 4500 spectators. In the first quarter the home team bent the visitors by superior marking, and a series of pretty mark. ...

    Article : 233 words
  76. Advertising

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    Advertising : 28 words
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