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  4. METHODIST CHANCES.

    Geelong Methodists will be interested in the following extract from the "Baliarat Stat":— There was a crowded attendance at the ...

    Article : 858 words
  5. SPORTING.

    A deputation from the Victorian Trotting Owners and Breeders' Association waited on the Chief Secretary. Major Baud, this morning, and asked ...

    Article : 176 words
  6. MUSICIANS AT VARIANCE

    A deputation headed headed by Professor Laver and Mr. Fritz Hart waited upon the Minister of Education this morning to urge upon him to being in a Bill for ...

    Article : 402 words
  7. FOOTBALL.

    A meeting of the Geelong and District Football League was held last night with Mr. F. Digby in the chair Having taken over the secretaryship of ...

    Article : 245 words
  8. SOLOMON IN ALL HIS GLORY

    A p[?]y controversy has ac[?]en about the [?] play, "The Queen of Sh[?] which is to be produced. Rev. T. B. Meyer, for one, has entered a ...

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  9. FYANSFORD CLUB.

    The second meeting of the Fyansford football club was held in the Fyansford Hall on Monday night. April 3 The president, Cr. N. M'Curdy. ...

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  10. TENNIS.

    A match was played last Saturday, April 1st, between the Ashby and Bannockburn tennis clubs at Bannockburn. The following were the results: F. ...

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  11. WOOL SALES.

    The April series of wool sales were confined yesterday, when 7330 bales were submitted. These comprised wool from all Victorian districts, from Riverina and ...

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  12. CRICKET.

    A meeting of the social committee of the Geelong Industrial Cricket Association will be held at the Geelong Cricket and Football Club's rooms, Malop ...

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  13. SYDNEY, APRIL 4.

    At the wool sates to-day 8076 bales were offered and 7515 sold. Private sales amounted to 892 bales. All descriptions were firm at yesterday's increased rates. The ...

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  14. THE GUN.

    The Geelong Gun Club held a shoot on its grounds at Limeburners' Point on Saturday afternoon when a good number of wing shots were present. The ...

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  15. UNSOLD BAWRA STOCKS.

    Replying to questions in the House of Commons, Mr. Hilton Young, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, stated that the quantity of wool of present held on ...

    Article : 122 words
  16. BUSINESS AND OTHER REMINDERS.

    Bargain lines of stationery at Hy. Thacker Pty. Ltd. Writing pads, good laid paper, ruled both sides, extra value at 6d.; envelopes, square or post card size, 4 pkts ...

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  17. BILLIARDS

    In the professional billiard match between Reece and Clark M'Conachy, the New Zealand played, the closing scores to-night were—Reece (in play) ...

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  18. BOXING.

    In their match at the National Sporting Club to-night, Frank Burns, the Australian middleweight champion, defeated "Shoeingsmith" Davies on ...

    Article : 118 words
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