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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. SPORTING NOTES.

    The following additional handicaps have been published for to-morrow's Sandhurst Jubilee Races:—Hospital Selling Race—Lyrebird, 8st. 12lb.; Brian Boru, 8st. 9lb.; ...

    Article : 1,501 words
  3. LORD BRASSEY AT THE ATHENÆUM.

    An address to seamen was delivered by Lord Brassey on Saturday night in the Athenæum-hall, Collins-street, the Mayor of Welbourne presiding. There was a very ...

    Article : 2,208 words
  4. JUBILEE ATHLETIC CARNIVAL.

    The Jubilee Athletic Carnvial at the Exhibition-building was brought to a close on Saturday evening, when the attendance reached fully 8,000 persons. In the ...

    Article : 818 words
  5. BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.

    Much interest was felt among the supproters of the association rules at the meeting of these two clubs in the third round for the George and George Chalienge Cup on the Carlton Cricket-ground on Saturday ...

    Article : 105 words
  6. BANQUET TO MR. FRANK STUART.

    On Saturday evening, in the Masonic hall, a complimentary banquet was given to Mr. Frank Stuart, who is about to leave Melbourne for Europe. There was a large ...

    Article : 798 words
  7. MATCHES ARRANGED FOR THE JUBILEE HOLIDAYS.

    The following match has been arranged for to-day: —Pra[?] v. Union Jack (28), at rest of Warhousemen's Cricket-ground. Matchea will be played to-morrow as follows:— ...

    Article : 140 words
  8. PIGEON SHOOTING.

    The time for receiving the Hurlingham cutries has been extended till Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m., for the 125 [?]. Handicap and Jubilee Trophy. The handicaps will be published on Wednesday. ...

    Article : 53 words
  9. LAWN TENNIS.

    The following lawn tennis mathces were played on Saturday, with the results stated:—Ga[?], 62 games, v. South Melbourne, 52 games; Nomads, 65 games, v. South Yarra, 48. ...

    Article : 31 words
  10. LACROSSE.

    The following, who are requested to meet at Speancer-street station at a quarter past 3 p.m to-day, will represent South Melbourne in the matches at Adelaide, viz.:—Anderson, A[?]gus, Billsborrow (two), ...

    Article : 50 words
  11. SPORTING TELEGRAM.

    The following are the latest acratchings for the Canterbury-park Races:—Little Dick, for the Flying Handicap; Wodonga, for the Canterbury-park Stakes; Minorab, for the ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. PORT MELBOURNE V. FITZROY.

    These teams met for the first time this season on the Port Melbourne Cricket-ground. The match excited considerable interest, and was witnessed by a large number of spectators. The ground was very ...

    Article : 637 words
  13. SHEPPARTON TURF CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 428 words
  14. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 770 words
  15. BICYCLE RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 77 words
  16. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. GEELONG.

    Intense interest was exhibited with regard to this mateb, which was played on the Geetong Club's ground on Saturday afternoon. There were over 8,000 spectators present, the local gathering of ...

    Article : 922 words
  17. GYMNASTIC PLATFORM.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 42 words
  18. RICHMOND V. SOUTH WILLIAMSTOWN.

    The first meeting of the season between the Richw[?] and South Williamstown football te[?] took place on the Richmond Football-ground on Saturday afternoon. The attendance numbered about 2,000. ...

    Article : 631 words
  19. RAILWAY TENDERS.

    The Railway Commissioners have accepted the following tenders:—Lease not book-stalls at all sttions, except Prince's-bridge, for the three years ending June 30, 1890, M. C. Baird ...

    Article : 433 words
  20. THE CORPORATION LABOURERS AND THE EIGHT-HOURS SYSTEM.

    A dispute has occurred between the Corporation Labourers' Union and Messrs. Strong and Lord, the contractors for cleansing the streets in West Melbourne. The origin ...

    Article : 831 words
  21. HUNTING.

    The Melbourne hounds again met at Braybrook on Saturday. The master was absent through indisposition, but the regular followers of the hunt mustered prettly strongly, ...

    Article : 298 words
  22. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.

    Messrs. A. M. GREENFIELD and Co. report:—"A fair [?] has been transacted this week in the market supplies are only very modrate, offerings meeting a good demand. We have few alterations in our ...

    Article : 819 words
  23. ST. KILDA V. PRA[?]RAN.

    These clubs, between whom for a logn while there has been great [?]ry, fried conclusions on the South Melbourne Cricket-ground on Saturday. The attendance [?]bered abotu 2,000. The St. [?] who ...

    Article : 214 words
  24. THE AIRLY PUPPY STAKES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 322 words
  25. LARRIKINISM AT MALVERN.

    William Blyth, Thomas Boswell, and William Carey were summoned before Messrs. Ferg[?]son and Jones, J.P.'s, at the Malvern Court on Saturday, for insulting behaviour, ...

    Article : 485 words
  26. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB JUBLIEE MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,425 words
  27. ESSENDON V. MELBOURNE.

    The football match played on the East Melbourne ground on Saturday afternoon, between the E[?]don and Melbourne clubs, attracted an attendance of about 6,000 spectators. The weather at the ...

    Article : 1,216 words
  28. WILLIAMSTOWN V. FOOTSCRAY.

    A match was played on Saturday between the Williamstown and Footseeray clubs on the ground of the former, and was somewhat remarkable in that one team scored neither goal nor b[?]. Mr. Fitzgerald ...

    Article : 489 words
  29. FOOTBALL.

    These clubs met on Saturday on the Hotham Recreation-reserve, and the game-was witnessed by some 10,0[?] people. Alter the recent rains the low ground bordoring on the awamp could hardly be ...

    Article : 1,555 words
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