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  2. SPORTING NOTES.

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  3. Advertising

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  4. CHURCH ASSEMBLY HALL.

    The new Assembly Hall of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria was formally opened yesterday evening by the State Governor (Sir Arthur Stanley). The hall ...

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  5. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    Deep enthusiasm characterised the annual social of the Salvation Army, held at the Town Hall last night. The hall was crowded by uniformed ladies and ...

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  6. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    At a meeting of the central committee for relief of unemployment, held at the public offices yesterday, the Minister of Public Works, Mr. Hagelthorn, presided. ...

    Article : 400 words
  7. WORK AND WAGES.

    An important development as far as trades unions generally are concerned has arisen from the conference convened by the Builders' Laborers' Union, which has ...

    Article : 369 words
  8. FOOTBALL.

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  9. HEATHCOTE WEIGHTS.

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  10. BASEBALL.

    The meeting of the umpires' association will be held at the John Bull Hotel, instead of Champion's Hotel, as previously advertised, on Tuesday, 18th May. ...

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  11. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    Richmond Harriers ran from Ivanhoc on Saturday last, when twelve members turned out for the run, which proven to be the most enjoyable yet held this season. Much amusement was caused by ...

    Article : 341 words
  12. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB ENTRIES.

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  13. WALKING.

    A five-miles walking handicap race will be held at Albert Park on Saturday next by the Victorian Walking and Field Games Club. The race is open to members of the club only, but any amateur can ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. THE BALLARAT FUND.

    A concert in aid of the local unemployed was held to-night at the Alfred Hall. There was a large attendance. An address dealing with the existing distress was delivered ...

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  15. BILLIARDS.

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  16. Advertising

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  17. ASPHALTERS' WAGES BOARD.

    It was announced at the Factories department yesterday that the Minister of Labor had selected the following to act on the Asphalters' Wages Board:— ...

    Article : 63 words
  18. DISTRESS IN COLAC DISTRICT.

    In view of the unemployment which exists in this district, the shire council decided to-day to open a list of the unemployed at the shire hall. A special ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. VICTORIAN BOWLERS' BILLIARD ASSOCIATION.

    At a representative meeting of the billiard delegates from the bowling clubs, bold at Champion's Town Hall Hotel on 11th inst., it was decided that the contests for he Alcock shall start (kindly donated ...

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  20. A SYDNEY STRIKE ENDED.

    Boiler makers employed by three Sydney firma who have been on strike returned to work to-day. Mr. M. Henwood, of the Labor Council, has been appointed ...

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  21. WORKERS' COMPENSATION.

    At a meeting of Fitzroy council last night the following protest was received from Cr. W. J. Beckett and embodied in the minutes:— ...

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  22. HUNTING.

    The Oaklands hounds will meet at the Inverness Hotel, Oakland's Junction, on Thursday, at 2 p.m., said on Tuesday, 25th inst. The place of meeting will be notified later. ...

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  23. CATHOLICS AND LABOR PARTY.

    In acknowledging an address of welcome presented to him at the opening of a new Roman Catholic school at Maldon yesterday, Archbishop Carr said he was pleased ...

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  24. COURSING.

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  25. BOXING.

    A large programme was submitted to patrons at Baker's Pavilion last night. In the 8 st. competition Los. Oakley stopped Les. Coyle in two rounds; Norman Williams defeated Tom Brazil in ...

    Article : 118 words
  26. POLICE AND PUBLIC.

    In two cases heard at Port Melbourne court yesterday defendants alleged that they had received exceedingly rough treatment from the police, while in both ...

    Article : 549 words
  27. A CLAIM WITH UNUSUAL FEATURES.

    Mr. Moore, P.M., sat as arbitrator under the Workers' Compensation Act to-day; and Mrs. E. M. Bruce, on behalf of herself and children, instituted a claim ...

    Article : 165 words
  28. BOXING AND VAUDEVILLE.

    The entertainment to be presented at the West Melbourne Stadium on Wednesday night ts by far the most expensive which has yet been put on by the Baker management, but Mr. Lean is confident ...

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  29. THIEF HAS A MERRY TIME.

    A thief who was caught red-handed at Thornbury on Saturday afternoon by the owner of a house into which he had broken pitched a tale of woe so successfully that ...

    Article : 397 words
  30. BELGIAN HENRI DEMLEN.

    When Henri Demlen steps into the ring at the Melbourne Stadium on Saturday night, Melbourne's fistic followers will have an opportunity of seeing one of the best welter weights in Europe in ...

    Article : 187 words
  31. FOX TERRIER COURSING.

    ARARAT.—The Ararat Central Terrier Coursing Club held a very successful meeting at the agricultural show grounds on Saturday afternoon, when a number of stakes was run off. The secretary (Mr. ...

    Article : 125 words
  32. POSTAL SORTERS' CLAIM.

    In the Arbitration Court yesterday, before Mr. Justice Powers, the hearing of the plaint of the Australian Postal Sorters Union and the Commonwealth Public ...

    Article : 266 words
  33. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The ordinary half-yearly general meeting of the Commercial Travellers' Association of Victoria was held on Saturday afternoon. The chair was occupied by the ...

    Article : 310 words
  34. GOLF.

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  35. Advertising

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  36. KEW CLUB.

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  37. KIRKSTALL RACES.

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  38. SCHOONER STRIKES REEF.

    The schooner Mary Beverley, of Maryborough, was grounded on a reef off Cape Upstart on Tuesday last. Subsequently she was refloated, but she was leaking badly ...

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  39. ADELAIDE COMMERCIAL NEWS.

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  40. LAWN TENNIS.

    A meeting of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australasia was held in Sydney on Friday of last week. The president, (Mr. P. B. Colqunoun, M.L.A., presided over a representative gathering ...

    Article : 290 words
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  42. HUNTLEY MINING DISASTER.

    The Taupiri Coal Company has settled out of court all claims respecting the miners killed in the disaster at Huntley on 12th September last. the total payments ...

    Article : 71 words
  43. Advertising

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  45. THE GUN.

    A copy of the Gun Clubs' Association quarterly calendar is to hand from the hon. secretary, Mr. G. Cook. 19 Coppin-street, East Malvern. Many new features have been Introduced. The list of ...

    Article : 126 words
  46. ATTEMPTED STEALING FROM BOOKMAKER.

    At Essendon court yesterday, Frederick Albert Hall was charged with attempting to steal £6 from diaries Sweat, bookmaker. Charles Sweet said he was a bookmaker, and ...

    Article : 111 words
  47. EPSOM ENTRIES.

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  48. Advertising

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