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  4. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

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  7. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    To the South Bendigo supporters who were not present at yesterday's game with California Gully it would seem an exaggeration to say that their men were beaten all over ...

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  8. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVENTION.

    Yesterday was the second and concluding day of the annual convention of the Bendigo and District Christian Endeavor Union. At 7 a.m. prayer meetings were held ...

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  9. "BUILDING THE BRIDGE."

    One of the chief qualifications of Christian Endeavour work is the training of children. That they take up their work and endeavor to carry out their pledges with ...

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  10. THE LIQUOR TRADE.

    The board -room of the Lands Department was filled to over -flowing yesterday morning by representatives of the temperance bodies of the State, who waited on ...

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  11. CRICKET.

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  12. EAGLEHAWK.

    The Eaglehawk harriers held a pack run yesterday, a good number of harriers turning out. The run home of 500 yards provided an interesting finish, W. H. Rankin being first, N. ...

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  13. ECHUCA COURSING CLUB.

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  15. ST. PAUL'S FAIR.

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  16. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    A ceremony of reception was held at the Convent of Mercy last Monday, when Miss Nolan, daughter of Mr. John Nolan, of Heathcote (in religion Sister Mary ...

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  17. EAGLEHAWK V. WEST BENDIGO.

    There was an excellent attendance in the Upper Reserve to witness the second meeting this season of Eaglehawk and West Bendigo. Eaglehawk came in minus J. Watson and Orr, ...

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  18. B U F. S. AND SWEATING.

    Sir,-- Your correspondent "Watchman" belies his nom de plume, otherwise he would not have alleged that I blamed the Labor League for sweating Mr. Dalton. I am in ...

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  19. CONFERENCE WITH THE SUPERINTENDENTS.

    At the conclusion of the "Building of the Bridge" an informal conference took place between several representatives of junior societies, and Mrs. Bridger, the State ...

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  20. JUNE FIXTURES.

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  21. CHILDREN'S WARD FUND.

    A Scotch mist that would have wet an Irishman to the skin enveloped the city last night, and therefore it was no wonder that the audience which assembled in the Town Hall to ...

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  22. RECORDS OF SUFFERING.

    S. O'Connell, one of South Bendigo's players, met with a rather painful accident yesterday afternoon whilst playing on the North Bendigo ground, against the ...

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  23. SECOND TEST MATCH.

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  24. STRUCK WITH A STONE.

    A miner named T. Turner, living in Peg Leg road, Eaglehawk, received a painful scalp wound while at work at one of the mines on the Moon line yesterday, through ...

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  25. TEA AND CONSECRATION MEETING.

    A very large number sat down to the tea which was laid out in the Forest street Methodist school hall, a sumptuous repast being provided. ...

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  26. ASSOCIATION v. LEAGUE.

    The following team was selected last night to represent the senior association against the league, on Wednesday next:-- Scott, Smith, Pattinson, McDonald (West Bendigo); ...

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  27. ANOTHER MINING VICTIM.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.-- A fall of quartz occurred at the Lucky Hit mine, Canadian, resulting in shocking injuries to a young miner named Thomas Pizzaro. ...

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  28. MAIMED FOR LIFE.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.-- The dog wheels of an elevator were responsible for the crushing, to -day, of five fingers on the left hand of Mr. Jas. Jones, an ...

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  32. DROWNED.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.-- Early this morning James Longmire, a farm laborer, living at Mordialloc, missed his wife. A policeman traced her footsteps to a dam ...

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