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  2. SATURDAY'S SPORTS.

    Owing to the great superiority of Victoria in the football field, intercolonial football matches are invariably of a one-sided character. The contest which took place on the East Molbourne Cricket-ground last ...

    Article : 2,104 words
  3. MR. J. C. STEWARTS SPEECH AT THE SCOTS CHURCH.

    Sir,—I was for about 30 years a member of the Presbyterian Church, and for the last 10 of these years was an elder thereof, and therefore ought to know something of the ...

    Article : 2,333 words
  4. ARRIVAL OF THE S.S. LUSITANIA.

    The arrival of the Orient liner Lusitania has placed us in possession of English papers to the 9th ult., and of Cape Town papers to the 30th ult. We ...

    Article : 2,569 words
  5. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.

    A dull sky, excellent going, fair fields and good finishes, trifling accidents, and the victories of popular owners; these were the characteristics of Saturday's meet on the ...

    Article : 2,257 words
  6. ELSTERNWICK-PARK FOX-TERRIER CLUB.

    Saucy beat Tum Tum, Bounce boat Soda, Duke boat Spot; Bounce boat Saucy, Duke ra[?] a bye; Bounce beat Duke, and won. GREYHOUND STAKES. ...

    Article : 119 words
  7. MOUNT BROWNE DIGGINGS.

    The latest news from the Upper Darling says that no rain has fallen, though "Darling showers," i.e., a cloud-laden sky with every appearance of rain, which culminates in a fall ...

    Article : 416 words
  8. THE REVISED VERSION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.

    Sir,—The difficulty which perplexes your correspondent, "Pars Altera," admits, I think, of a satisfactory and easy solution. The revisers, he may depend upon it, were ...

    Article : 601 words
  9. A SUBSTITUTE FOR DIAMONDS IN DRILLS.

    Sir,—In your issue of last Saturday [?] observed Sir Bryan O'Loghlen is reported to havestated, on the occasion of the Ministerial visit to Ballarat, that "one of his first ...

    Article : 283 words
  10. THE TRANSVAAL.

    The s.s. Lusitania has brought Cape papers to the 30th ult., from which we take the following extracts:— On the 28th ult., the Pretoria ...

    Article : 662 words
  11. THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION.

    Sir,—The inquiry of "A Sunday-school Teacher" in your issue of to-day is not altogether surprising, for it rarely happens that any school has at one time a set of scholars ...

    Article : 520 words
  12. COUNTRY TRAMWAYS.

    Sir,—The people of South Gipps Land cannot but feel grateful to you for the able article in your issue of yesterday drawing attention to the want of communication with ...

    Article : 111 words
  13. WASTE OF TIME ON THE RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—A trip to Geelong by the 4.10 p.m. train will convince any sceptic that the complaints of "Viator" in your issue of this date are not much overdrawn, and will show how ...

    Article : 133 words
  14. THE RETIRING-ROOMS AT THE FLINDERS-STREET STATION.

    Sir,—Having noticed in your issue of this morning that Mr. Bent is about to make some improvements at the Flinders-street railway station I beg you will allow me to call his ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. DR. DOBSON AND THE SOUTHERN PROVINCE VACANCY.

    Sir,—I regret that you have been misinformed as to the effect of the joint opinion which I obtained from Mr. Holroyd and Mr. Webb. They are of opinion that I must ...

    Article : 76 words
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