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  3. SPORTING NOTES.

    On Thursday the Ballarat Gun Club Champion Stakes of LG=500 was fired off on the new grounds. Eighty-five competitors took part in the contest. The first prize, of L200, was won ...

    Article : 532 words
  4. LATE NEWS.

    In connection with the Ironmoulders strike, there is no new development, but we believe that Mr Buchanan, the secretary of the Masters' Association, and Mr Bennett, the ...

    Article : 443 words
  5. AROUND ABOUT THE CHURCHES.

    Last week I described an old colonist, Dean Macartney, of St James's. This week I will notice an Australian native, the Rev. J.F. Stretch. of St Luke's, ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  6. ECHOES OF THE DAY.

    A few months ago we hazarded the hypothesis that possibly Boulanger was acting in the interest of the Count of Paris, the legiti mate heir to the French throne. It is now ...

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  7. THE COMING CRICKET SEASON.

    SIR,--Being for years a great supporter of cricket, and as the cricket season is about to start again, I trust the senior cricket clubs throughout the colony will throw out great ...

    Article : 451 words
  8. BY ."TRANTER."

    General entries for the Victoria Racing Club a spring meeting must be attended to on Monday. There are no less than a score of events to be nominated for in the various ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.

    The work performed at Flemington the morning was carried out under most favorable conditions, the morning being delightfully fine, and the tracks in splendid order. An interesting start was made by ...

    Article : 500 words
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  11. EXHIBITION NOTES.

    When the audience was taking it departure from the concert hall of the Exhibition yesterday afternoon, a touching incident was witnessed which might have taught certain ...

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  12. FROM HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE.

    The only practical suggestion that has come of the marriage discussion which has been going on in the Daily Telegraph is (says a writer in Truth) that the Church of England ...

    Article : 428 words
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