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  2. "CHILD LIFE IN CITIES."

    Yesterday afternoon the first anniversary of the Sunday-school attached to the North Melbourne branch of the Melbourne City Mission was held in the North Melbourne ...

    Article : 616 words
  3. SOME FALLACIES OF DIET.

    Eating and drinking are the most frequently repeated experiences of human existence, yet no factor in life is so imperfectly apprehanded in principle or so loosely ...

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  4. SUNDAY IN THE BOTANIC GARDENS.

    One of Melbourne's most popular Sunday resorts is the Botanical-gardens. It is not only that it is convenient to many suburbs, but it offers so many attractions that every ...

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  5. THE BACON INDUSTRY.

    Victorian pig "raisers" will be interested in the development of the industry in Denmark. Information on the point may be found in a bulletin issued by the Irish ...

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  6. RIFLE NOTES.

    A conference of delegates from the nineteen ri[?]e club unions of Victoria will meet at the Victoria Barracks on September 7 for the purpose of discussing with the general officer commanding the ...

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  7. FOOTBALL. NOTES ON SATURDAY'S GAMES.

    After the storm of the previous week came a calm, for, though the games played on Saturday were sometimes very exciting, there was nothing to find fault with in the conduct of either league ...

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  8. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—The match between Ballarat South and Imperial to-day resulted in a win for the former team. The scores were:—South, 7 goals 9 behinds (51 points); Imperials, 6 goals 7 ...

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  9. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    Richmond went out to Footscray on Saturday, fully realising that whichever side won would have to play its very best football. It was a repetition of their struggle at Richmond, and one well-directed ...

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  10. FOR THE THIRD TIME.

    The attendance at the match between Fitzroy and South Melbourne, on the Fitzroy Cricket-ground, was not so great as when they met at[?] South Melbourne on the previous Saturday. The ...

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  11. SCHOOL GAME.

    Melbourne Grammar School v. [?]avier College will be played on the East Melbourne ground to-day at 3 p.m. Devine will umpire. ...

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  12. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The Rugby football match, New South Wales v. Queensland, yesterday resulted in a win for the visitors by 10 points to 6. AUCKLAND, Sunday.—The match between the ...

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  13. WEST AUSTRALIANS BEAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The West Australian footballers played a combined team of South Australia yesterday, and gave a magnificent exhibition. Their high-marking was considered the finest seen ...

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  14. AUSTRALIAN GAME IN NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday.—In the Australian football match, Wellington (7 goals 7 behinds) beat Canterbury (3 goals 6 behinds). Both teams gave a fine exhibition of the game. ...

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  15. FOOTBALL AND FIGHTING.

    The third-rate junior football premiership match between the Collingwood Crescent and West Melbourne Juniors, clubs competing for the "Linton" Association ...

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  16. METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

    The sewerage committee, of the Metropolitan Board of Works has recommended that the following new sewerage area be proclaimed:— ...

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  17. BICKFORD MEMORIAL FUND.

    Sir,—I venture to appeal to your courtesy to allow me to make, on behalf of the executive of the Methodist Home Mission Society, a brief statement, which will keenly interest ...

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  18. THE DEFENCE FORCES.

    GEELONG, Saturday.—The annual dinner of the Geelong Rifle Club, held last evening in the old orderly-rooms, was largely attended, amongst those present being ...

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  19. NEW ZEALAND NOTES.

    The debate on the financial statement was brought to a conclusion on the 9th inst. Mr. Seddon made no attempt to explain the circumstances under which the loan agents ...

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  20. CARLTON BEATEN BY COLLINGWOOD.

    It took Carlton some time to set right the internal troubles which threatened to disorganise their team in the early part of the season, and one would not have given much for their chance of the ...

    Article : 446 words
  21. THE USES OF A HAT-PIN.

    "She fought viciously and kicked and struck at me. Finally she drew a hat-pin and stabbed me in the arm. It entered about an inch and then bent." ...

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  22. LEAGUE SCORES.

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  23. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

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  24. A DEBTOR'S TROUBLES.

    The District Court sat specially on Saturday morning, in order to hear a fraud summons case, in which Joseph Symonds, hotel-broker, of 49 Elizabeth-street, was ...

    Article : 497 words
  25. CHEESE-MAKING.

    Mr. J. G. M'Millan, instructor in cheese-making, has forwarded the following report to the director of Agricuture (Mr. Wallace):— ...

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  26. HOW MELBOURNE FINISHED.

    The game between Melbourne and St. Kilda was notable only in that St. Kilda began it in first-rate form, played clever football up to a certain stage, which all promised an exciting finish, and ...

    Article : 493 words
  27. ASSOCIATION SCORES.

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  28. MAGAZINE POSTAL RATE.

    Sir,—I would fain call the attention of our Post-office authorities to the "magazine rate" of postage for the United Kingdom and foreign. ...

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  29. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

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  30. MORE SKILL THAN EXCITEMENT.

    Both Essendon and Geelong when they met at East Melbourne on Saturday realised that nothing was left to them for this winter but to finish up the season as pleasantly and creditably as possible, ...

    Article : 340 words
  31. HAWTHORN COMPETITIONS.

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  32. ARMY FOOTBALL CUP.

    Field Artillery v. 5th Regiment.—Won by former by 7 goals 9 behinds to 6 goals 3 behinds. A.G.A. v. Scottish Regiment.—A.G.A., 6 goals [?] behinds (45 points); Scottish, 1 goal 6 behinds (12 ...

    Article : 63 words
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