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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 729 words
  3. TRADE AND FINANCE

    Yesterday was observed as a close holiday in financial and commercial circles, and there is no business to report. The discrepancy between the amount ...

    Article : 692 words
  4. THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

    All the football grounds were well attended yesterday, the crowd at South Melbourne, where the principal match was played, numbering fully 20,0[?]0 people. ...

    Article : 77 words
  5. SCHOOL FOOTBALL.

    At the South Melbourne ground yesterday, pri[?] to the match between Geelong and the local team, a contest look place between the Albert Park and Geelong State School boys. Up till ...

    Article : 233 words
  6. SOUTH MELBOURNE (13.15) BEAT GEELONG (8.13).

    Having heaten Essendon and Collingwood in their two previous engagements, Geelong went to South Melbourne yesterday confident that, with a repetition of recent ...

    Article : 870 words
  7. COUNTRY FOOTBALL.

    BALLARAT.--On Monday, at the Eastern Oval, a game was plural between South Ballarat and Ballarat Imperial. The weather was fine, and it was estimated that about 11,000 people were in ...

    Article : 560 words
  8. NORTH MELBOURNE (12.5) BEAT WILLIAMSTOWN (7.13).

    But for their businesslike finish in the last quarter, North Melbourne had none the best of the piny against the seaside team. The match, winch was played at North Melbourne, attracted ...

    Article : 368 words
  9. ESSENDON (16.12) BEAT MELBOURNE (8.6).

    For the first twenty minutes of this match it seemed as if the Melbourne team had come on the ground as spectators rather than players. Essendon, brisk, spruce and sure, gave a beautiful ...

    Article : 660 words
  10. STOCKS AND SHARES

    Owing to the occurrence of the King's birthday holiday celebrations, the Stock Exchange of Melbourne did not meet yesterday. Business will be resumed on ...

    Article : 923 words
  11. FOOTSCRAY (11.14) BEAT NORTH-COTE (11.10).

    This match, which was played at Croxton Park, was fast and exciting. In the first quarter the scoring was level (8 goals 5 behind each), but the home side showed the most dash, in the next ...

    Article : 220 words
  12. DAIRY PRODUCE. &c.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 206 words
  13. POSTAL WORKS.

    Progress is being made by the Postal department in the work of undergrounding the telephone wires in the city and suburbs. Almost all the conduits required ...

    Article : 707 words
  14. PORT MELBOURNE (7.12) BEAT BRIGHTON (4.15).

    These clubs mot at Brighton. The visitors were without the services of Samson, Treglowan and Franklin, who were suffering from injuries. A fast game was played, in which the home team showed ...

    Article : 186 words
  15. CARLTON (17.17) BEAT RICHMOND (7.8).

    Richmond's display against Carlton was in striking contrast to its performance against Essendon. On Saturday the team was nearly at its best. Yesterday, if it was not at its worst, it ...

    Article : 813 words
  16. BRUNSWICK (10.16) BEAT MELBOURNE CITY (5.12).

    Though Brunswick obtained a substantial lead in the second quarter, this match was not at all a bad one to watch, the Melbourne City showing improvement all round. M'Kenzie (5 goals) and ...

    Article : 64 words
  17. DELIVERIES OF GRAIN. &c.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 975 words
  18. SCORES IN YESTERDAY'S MATCHES LEAGUE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 205 words
  19. COLLINGWOOD (10.13) BEAT UNIVERSITY (4.12).

    The expectations of a win on their own ground, with the moral aid of their vociferous supporters, was not denied to Collingwood yesterday afternoon, for their seasoned judgment and ...

    Article : 512 words
  20. PREMIERSHIP LIST LEAGUE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 270 words
  21. VETERANS AT PLAY.

    Football as played by the veterans of Middle Park, comprising teams representing the north and south of Armstrong-street, is usually productive of much amusement to the large concourse ...

    Article : 394 words
  22. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    BEECHWORTH.--The New Wooragee Co. (in liquidation) bus sold its leases and plant to Messrs. Fletcher Bros., of Breechworth, who intend to work the ground. ...

    Article : 28 words
  23. MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Catheart Victory, Ararat, 31st May.--Panelling and blocking: with 3 parties. Golden Pyke, Bendigo, 3rd.--147ft. level: 110ft. E. of shaft driven N. 211ft.; stone 4in. in bottom ...

    Article : 250 words
  24. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    There ware about 3000 spectators on the Essendon ground, where this match was played. Both teams have yet to produce the form which distinguished them last season; but on the present ...

    Article : 522 words
  25. FITZROY (8.7) BEAT ST. KILDA (6.10).

    Between 12,000 and 15,1100 present were present on the St. Kilda cricket ground yesterday, when Fitzroy met the home team in a contest which proved very stre[?]ons throughout. Both ...

    Article : 674 words
  26. MOTOR BUSES FOR KEW.

    The town clerk of Collingwood has granted a site near Victoria-street bridge at Abbotsford to Mr. Withers as a stand for a line of motor buses. Mr. Withers intends to put on four buses to ply ...

    Article : 82 words
  27. Advertising

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    Advertising : 42 words
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