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  2. SATURDAY'S SPORTS.

    About 100 persons proceoded by special train on Saturday afternoon to witness the final contest of the season between tbese clubs, which was played on the Corio Cricket-ground at Geelong. There were ...

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  3. THE HON. F. LONGMORE AT WATERLOO.

    The Hon. F. Longmore, M.L.A., having heard that some of the electors at Waterloo, in the electorate of Ripon and Hampden, were not quite satisfied with the course ...

    Article : 488 words
  4. CONVENT OF MERCY, FITZROY.

    There was a large assemblage at this institution yesterday afternoon, to witness the consecration of the new buildings that have been in course of erection for some time past, ...

    Article : 767 words
  5. KENSINGTON-PARK RACES.

    The September meeting of the Kensington-park Races waa held on Saturday afternoon. The attendance was limited, consequent upon the unfavourable weather. The Hurdle ...

    Article : 967 words
  6. BIJOU THEATRE.

    Every part of this theatre was densely thronged on Saturday evening, when the popular comic opera of " La Fille du Tam-bour-Major" was produced by Mrs. Lewis's ...

    Article : 882 words
  7. VERCINGETORIX.

    A musical event of unusual interest occurred in the Town-hall on Saturday night, namely, the first production of a new opera entitled " Vercingetorix," the ...

    Article : 1,367 words
  8. OUR WEATHER CHART.

    The "Weather Bulletin" which we have hitherto published is replaced to-day by a Weather Chart, the fac[?]simile of a chart prepared at the Observatory from telegraphic ...

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  9. MR. BARR, M.L.A., AT MARYBOROUGH.

    Messrs. Barr, Langridge, A. T. Clark, and W. M'G. Clark, M.L.A.'s, addressed a meeting of about [?]00 electors at the Commercialhall this evening. The meeting was very ...

    Article : 513 words
  10. MAJOR SMITH AND POLITICAL PATRONAGE.

    Sir,—It is well-known that the major has always a good account to give of himself, but that he should have the cool effrontery to speak as his organ reports him to have done ...

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  11. ROWING.

    The members of the Lake Rowing Club held their fourth annual meeting in the boathouse, Albert-park, on the evening of Friday last, tbe 23rd. Mr. Shand, the vice-captain, occupied the chair, and there was ...

    Article : 233 words
  12. VICTORIAN CHAMPAGNE COMPANY.

    A meeting of the shareholders of the Victorian Champagne Company (Limited) was held at the cellars of the company in the Eastern Market on Saturday, at 1 p.m. ...

    Article : 327 words
  13. THE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL FUND.

    Sir,—I was very glad to see "Nemo's" letter in your issue of to-day. I think, with him, that it is a disgrace to say that a man who can attract from 1,000 to 1,200 people on ...

    Article : 398 words
  14. CRICKET.

    The third annual meeting of the South Beach Cricket Club was held at Mr. Bishop's rooms, in Acland[?]street, St. Kilda, on Friday, September 23. The following gentlemen were present al the ...

    Article : 138 words
  15. THE MUSICAL ARTISTS[?] SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Musical Artists Society was held at Glen's hall, Mr. Jager in the chair. The report and balance-sheet, which showed the society to be in a very ...

    Article : 192 words
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB.

    The Spring Meeting of the South Australian Jockey Club took place to-day. The weather was splendid, and there was a fair attendance. The following are the results of ...

    Article : 209 words
  17. THE UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE RESERVES.

    Sir,—The closing of communication across the University and College reserves is such a serious inconvenience to the largo number of residents on the eastern and western sides of ...

    Article : 227 words
  18. THE PROPOSED RAILWAY TO HEATHCOTE.

    Sir,—While the railway authorities are engaged in an attempt to decide as to the claims of Lancefield, Sandhurat, or Kyneton as the starting point for this railway, it seems ...

    Article : 231 words
  19. UNDERPAID NEEDLEWOMEN.

    Sir,—This forenoon I inspected a parcel of three dozen tweed vests made up in excellent style by a respectable woman who has seen better days, but who now has to work hard ...

    Article : 163 words
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