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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Golden Point football team was on Saturday deprived for a time of the services of its caption [?] Lawn, in somewhat peculiar circumstances Lawn is a ...

    Article : 136 words
  3. THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

    Although the League programme for last Saturday comprised only two matches, it provided the sensation of the season. Melbourne and Collingwood playing a tie, in ...

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  4. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    A little boy named Arthur Healy, aged, 6 years was on Friday morning fatally injured through being knocked down by a loaded wood dray in Smith-street, ...

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  5. CURDIE'S RIVER IN FLOOD

    All the low lying lands have been completely inundated through the continuous rain, and Gardie's River is running a banker. Rain has fallen every day except ...

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  6. Advertising

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  7. BRENSWICK (6.13) BEAT ESSENDON(1.10).

    Great interest was excited in the return match between the above clubs, which was witnessed by about 12,000 spectators, on the Brunswick ground. It was a fast and interesting game. ...

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  8. MURRUMBIDGEE IN FLOOD.

    The river Murrumbidgee is still rising, find a height of 23 feet was reached to-night. No considerable damage or loss of stock is reported. Thousands of rabbits, ...

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  9. POSTAL COMMISSION.

    A meeting of the Postal Commission was held at Parliament House on Saturday morning, When Mr. Webster, M.P., presided, and there were also present Senator ...

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  10. THE WEATHER.

    VICTORIA.--Cloudy unsettled and showery weather setting in over west and south-western district and gradually extending eastward. Possibly some local thunder Northerly winds, ...

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  11. ACTIVITY AMONGST THIEVES.

    On Saturday morning the Footscray police received reports of two cases of shopbreaking that had occurred during the previous night. Mr. J Taylor tallor of Brouke-street,Melbourne has in ...

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  12. BENDIGO.

    Mssrs. G. W. Lansell M. P. Kelly and G. Stanfield, who are proceeding to London with a view to placing the Lansell mines on the home market,have booked their ...

    Article : 267 words
  13. ACCIDENTS TO FOOTBALLERS

    Prior to the starting of a football match between representatives of the Footscray and Williamstown Catholic Men's Society, at Williamstown, on Saturday, the ...

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  14. PRESTON (10.15) BEAT NORTHCOTE (5.4).

    This match, played on the Preston ground, was witnessed by nearly 3600 spectators. Northcote obtained the first goal, throughout the game Preston, with the better system; generally had ...

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  15. UNIVERSITY (8.20) BEAT FITZROY (3.10).

    The East Melbourne ground was in a sloppy condition, and good football was out of the question, University hitherto have failed on Wet grounds and have come to be regretted as a line ...

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  16. NORTH MELBOURNE (8.14) BEAT PORT MELBOURNE (4.6).

    On the heavy ground at port Melbourne,the local death,who are reported not to be a very "happy family" just now, found the North Melbourne much too big and clever for them. The ...

    Article : 203 words
  17. MAN FOUND DEAD

    A middle aged man,unmarried,named Phillip Kelly, the keeper of a small crockery store in Bay-street, Port Melbourne,was found dead at his residence about 9'o clock ...

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  18. THE RAILWAYS.

    In consequence or the appointment of Mr. C. E. Norman as third Railway Commissioner, several officers in the engineering branch of the department have ...

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  19. ROBBERIES AT WILLINGSTOWN.

    The sensation caused in Willingtown last week by the during robbery at the jeweller's shop of Mr. Ed. Prince was intensified on Saturday when the police received reports of a series of robberies, ...

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  20. WEATHER NOTES

    Saturday and Sunday, 26th and 27th June. In the city the weather on Saturday morning was cloudy, damp and loggy, with a tendency to light showers: but as the day advanced the ...

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  21. GEELONG.

    The Minister of Defences has intimated to Mr. Crottch, M. P that he will at an early date pay a viist the harbor trust's properly it North Geeelong,For the purpose ...

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  22. FOUND IN THE RIVER.

    The body of a man, supposed to be a foreign sailor, was yesterday found floating in the river at South Wharf. The police recovered it and took it to the Morgue. ...

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  23. PROMOTION FOR PORTERS.

    The Railway Commissioners, with the approval of the Minister, have decided to open up an avenue of promotion to porters. At present the wage of the ordinary porter ...

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  24. SCORES IN SATURDAY'S MATCHES.

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  25. KILLED BY A FALLING TREE.

    On Thursday afternoon Mr. A. H. Metzgur, a well-known farmer, residing at Longwarry South, was ploughing, and was companied by his daughter Marjorie, ...

    Article : 93 words
  26. CASTLEMAINE.

    Mr. John Talbot, farmer, of Mickleford, well known and highly respected throughout the district, died on Friday night at the age of 58 years. ...

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  27. SCHOOL BOARD AMALGAMATION.

    Mr. Carew Smyth of the Education department visited Sale on Friday, and met in conference the advisory board of the Agricultural High School. Mr. Smyth laid ...

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  28. LEAGUE MATCHES.

    The first meeting of Collingwood and Melbourne for the season drew 25,000 spectators to the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, the official returns showing ...

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  29. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA.

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  30. RAIN IN VICTORIA.

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  31. A PERILOUS POSITION.

    John Muller, the driver at Clanger Allanby's cutting at Clarence, was engaged driving a winch that works the crane Used for the purpose of removing dirt from the ...

    Article : 152 words
  32. WARRNAMBOOL.

    At a meeting of the local branch of the P.L.C,; held on, Friday night, it was decided to ask Mr. Prendergast, M.L.A., leader of the Labor party; to obtain a ...

    Article : 114 words
  33. ROBBERY AT ELSTERNWICK.

    On Saturday night, about 7.15, Mr. Perry, Iredale, accountant to the Dunlop Rubber Co., with his wife,left his house in Orrong-road, Elsternwick,locked up but unoccupied. with a ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. RAINFALL COMPARISONS FOR VICTORIA.

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  35. OFFICIAL RAINFALL RECORDS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 248 words
  36. LARCENY FROM A DWELLING AT COBURG.

    It has been reported to the Coburg police that between 6.30 and 10 p.m. on Saturday some person affected an entrance to the residence of William Neal, corporation labourer, and stole £5 in gold ...

    Article : 95 words
  37. EXPORT OF APPLES.

    Mr. C. Pearson recently shipped 25 eases of apples to Hamburg, Germany, as an experiment, and has received advice that they sold up to 130 per case. The ...

    Article : 84 words
  38. A PONY KILLED.

    A shocking incident, resulting in the death of a pony and the narrow escape of a little girl, occurred in the principal thoroughfare during the busy hour for ...

    Article : 165 words
  39. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

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  40. LATE SPORTING NEWS.

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  41. HOUSEBREAKING AT KEW

    The residence of Mr. Win. Davidson, High-street souths Kew was broken into on the night of 25th inst: during the absence of the lumates, and a quantity of jewellery, valued at £5 was ...

    Article : 58 words
  42. QUEEN'S COLLEGE ANNIVERSARY.

    In connection with the celebrations of the 21st anniversary of Queen's College a thanksgiving service was held in Wesley Church yesterday morning. The service ...

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  43. A MONSTER TOADSTOOL

    A Loadstool, looking more like a pianostool, was brought into Dromana by J. M'Lear, a bread carter on Saturday. It weighted 20 lb., and was 17 inches high. ...

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  44. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    The second meeting of these clubs, Which took place on the Brighton ground, might truly be called strenuous, the weightier team prevailing by more forceful--but generally cleverer--play. The ...

    Article : 600 words
  45. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The monthly members' match of the V.R.A, on Saturday attracted about [?] entries; and proved an interesting competition. The distances operated at were 500 and 600 yards, and the weather. ...

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  46. RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

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  47. FIRES.

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  48. MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED.

    A man named Jamieson has been killed by being struck by a block attached to a stump extractor. The blow fractured the base of his skull, causing hemorrhage on ...

    Article : 37 words
  49. HEAVY HAIL STORM.

    BROKEN HILL.--Sharp showers fell on Saturday, and again on Sunday afternoon, when the heaviest hail storm experienced for many years descended. When the storm and passed over, the ...

    Article : 99 words
  50. METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION.

    {No abstract available}

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  51. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION

    The annual meeting of the Victoria- Riverina branch of the Australian Workers' Union was held on Saturday at the hall in Grenville-street. Ballarat city. Mr. ...

    Article : 288 words
  52. NEW SOUTH WALES STATION REPORTS.

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  53. FOOTBALL IN OTHER STATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 41 words
  54. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

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  55. MARKET REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 321 words
  56. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 75 words
  57. BRITISH ASSOCIATION GAME.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 352 words
  58. QUEENSLAND STATION REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 74 words
  59. LAW LIST.--THIS DAY.

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  60. PRAHRAN (8.9) BEAT FOOTSCRAY (4.7)

    Considering the state of the ground very good football was played between Footscray and Prahran on the latter's ground, the play being fast and interesting all through. the surface of the ...

    Article : 392 words
  61. WESTERN FRUIT MARKET.

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  62. NUGGET OF GOLD IN GRAVEL.

    As William Keys was driving an electric tram along Drummondstreet, Ballarat city, on Saturday, he noticed something glittering near the train line. He stopped his ...

    Article : 94 words
  63. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  64. DAY MARKET REPORT.

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  65. CHINESE MAIL STEAMER AT PORT DARWIN.

    PORT DARWIN.--The Chinese mail steamer Chaugsha arrived from Hong Kong on Saturday. The through passengers included Mesdames Young, Tweedle and infant, [?], Mr. and Mrs, ...

    Article : 52 words
  66. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    {No abstract available}

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  67. COUNTRY FOOTBALL.

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  68. Advertising

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  69. LATE MINING NEWS.

    BENDIGO.--The following are the returns [?] June from the Lansell Estates private mines Comet 67 [?] 11 dwt.;Sandhurst, 123½ [?] North and South Red,White and Blue, 201[?] ...

    Article : 25 words
  70. Advertising

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  71. Advertising

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