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  2. THE RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—The residents of Camberwell who use Cookson-street are under u debt of gratitude to "Camberwell" for calling attention to the state of that thoroughfare. ...

    Article : 172 words
  3. COMMERCE ACT.

    yesterday morning Sir William Lyne, the Minister of Customs, had an informal interview with Lient-Colonel Pleasants and several gentlemen who ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  4. BAPTIST UNION.

    BENDIGO, Monday.—The autumn session of the Baptist Union of Victoria was commenced at the Baptist Chruch on Monday night, when about 80 delegates were ...

    Article : 575 words
  5. MELVILLE ISLAND SAILORS.

    At the City Court yesterday, before Mr. Panton, P.M., and Colonel Heath, J.P., 10 of the members of the company of the ship Melville Island, named Mary Maguire ...

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  6. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    To-day.—Entries close for V.A.T.C races. Wednesday.—Ascot races; Violet Town races; starling shooting match at Bacchus Marsh; Bendigo postponed races, Chiltern postponed races; English ...

    Article : 113 words
  7. EARLY CLOSING.

    Last night a deputation of shopkeepers in favour of the continuance of the earlyclosing law waited on the Chief Secretary (Sir Samuel Gillort) to enter a protest ...

    Article : 798 words
  8. LISMORE CLUB.

    CAMPERDOWN, Saturday.—The Lismore Coursing Club held its first meeting for the season on Thursday, at "Ettrick," the property of Mr. C. S. Currie. The coursing was very good, but game was ...

    Article : 316 words
  9. NOTES AND CHAT.

    Weights were declared yesterday by Mr. W. A. Menzies for the V. R. C. races, to be held at Flemington on Monday, June 2. The following horses should run well in their ...

    Article : 580 words
  10. AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    Mrs. S. T. Staughton, vice-presidentm presided at the weekly meeting of the executive committee, which was held at the National Club yesterday. The correspondence ...

    Article : 531 words
  11. FOOTBALL.

    Saturday's Matches.—University, 9 goals 19 behinds (79 points), v. Beverley, 3 behinds (3 points); South Yarra, 5 goals 11 behinds (41 points), v. Port Rover. 3 goals 9 behinds (27 ...

    Article : 409 words
  12. .V.R.C. WEIGHTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 510 words
  13. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION.

    According to a report prepared by the chairman of the executive commissioners of the New Zealand International Exhibition, the main building of the exhibition is now ...

    Article : 588 words
  14. CRICKET.

    V.I.C.A. (Second Grade).—S.M. Druids v. N.M. [?].—This match for the second trophy was concluded on Saturday, after six days play. Scores.—N.M. Wesleys, 132 and nine for 175 ...

    Article : 70 words
  15. OLD DIGGINGS STORIES.

    In a letter to the "Otago Daily Times" "J. R." tells these two old-time [?]cences of the Victorian early fifties. Bendigo Mac was often annoyed at cases ...

    Article : 168 words
  16. VICTORIAN PONY AND GALLOWAY RACING CLUBS,

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 169 words
  17. CYCLING.

    On Saturday next, June 2, the first payment of five shillings for the three great road races in connection with the prospect carnival, in February next, is due with J. W. M'Lachlan, Sale, ...

    Article : 142 words
  18. DISPUTED LAND SALE.

    A cae involving arrested misrepresentation on the sale of land was decided by Mr. Justice Hodges yesterday. The action was by Thomas Harvey, of Melbourne, produce ...

    Article : 366 words
  19. ROWING.

    The new racing eight, build for the club by Fuller and Jerrum, was launched last night in the presence of Professor Spencer, Mr. R. S. Whiting. Mr. J. A. Wallace, and a number of friends of the ...

    Article : 223 words
  20. ASCOT HANDICAPS.

    [?] Handicap, Four furlongs.—Goldfinder, 9.0; [?], 8.12; Flora, 3.9; Rubydell, 7.12; Tarana. 7.8; lady, 7.5; Magpie, 7.0; Vocation, 6.12; Creeper, 6.12; Tom, 6.7; Conjuror, 6.7. ...

    Article : 232 words
  21. DEALING IN PONY CARTS.

    Before Mr. C. Gold-pink, J.P., at the Carlton Court on Monday, Albert Dunhar, ages [?] years, a cripple, was charged with larceny as a [?] of two ponies, one cart, and two acts of [?]. ...

    Article : 336 words
  22. SANDOWNPARK ENTRIES.

    Handicap Trot, of 23 sovs.—Gold-pray, Lightfoot, [?] Harold, Miss Vera Capel, Little Ned, Little Jim, [?], Honest Jack, Grey Eagle, [?], childs [?] (late [?]), Dixie Alto, ...

    Article : 325 words
  23. WHALER CREW RACE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—On Saturday afternoon the whaler crew from the Metropolian Fire Brigade easily defeated a whaler crew from H.M.S Challenger. The Course was from. H.M.S Powerful ...

    Article : 61 words
  24. CITY COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the City Council was held yesterday, the Lord Mayor (Councillor Weedon) presiding. ANALYST'S SALARY. ...

    Article : 323 words
  25. LAWN TENNIS.

    Inter-University Match.—An inter-University tennis match will be held for the first time on June 6, when Sydney University play Melbourne University, on the latter's courts. The teams will ...

    Article : 47 words
  26. FISH MARKET.

    Supply:—Fish, 4,410 packages; crayfish, 291 dozen: [?]oked barracouts, 40cwt.: [?] I [?]; Murray [?], 50 baskets; [?]sters, 187 bags; [?], 23 baskets; fowls, 21 couples; turkeys, [?] do.: [?], ...

    Article : 414 words
  27. MAS WITH TWO WIDOWS.

    [?]ING of a surprise was sprung on the Corner's Court yesterday by Sub-inspector Davidson, who produced before the [?] two women, both of them claiming ...

    Article : 451 words
  28. RETIRIN PUBLIC SERVANTS.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "Pensionless," whose letter appeared in "The Argus" of Friday, states that the prime cause for retaining officers over the retiring age is that ...

    Article : 633 words
  29. GOLF.

    [?] Club.—The mixed double competition was played on Saturday, and was won by Mr. A. Elder and Mrs. [?], with a score of 108—[?] the scores were:—Mr. A. Elder and Mrs. ...

    Article : 83 words
  30. MINING THE BARIES' NAMES.

    Some weeks ago, at the Foots[?]ay Court, an order was made for a young man named [?] M'Pherson to pay 7/[?] to Flor[?] Anderson In support of a child. He appealed against the order. ...

    Article : 334 words
  31. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB.

    A SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Melbourne at 8.30 a.m. the morning of the races. Holiday Exvursion Fares, 50 per cent. of railway freight allowed on the horses taking part at the ...

    Article : 48 words
  32. SPORTS IN THE COUNTRY.

    Owing to the very unfavourable weather, the attendance at the sports on thursday was not so large as usual. The events resulted as follows:— Maiden Plate.—S. [?], [?] [?] [?]. ...

    Article : 122 words
  33. MELBOURNE TATTERSALL'S CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 55 words
  34. RICHMOND RACES.

    Another execellent attendance was recorded at Richmond yesterday, when good [?] contested. Backers had an uncomfortable time, as only one favourite scored, the remaining four winners all ...

    Article : 949 words
  35. COUNTRY RACING.

    RIVERNOOK,—The annual meeting of the Rivernook Race Club was held on Empire Day. The principal race, the rivernook Cup, was won by Maid of the Mill, While [?] won the Hurdles, ...

    Article : 76 words
  36. CLEARNING-OUT SALE.

    Pearson, Rowe, Smith, and Co. (in conjunction with A.E. Gilmon and Co.) report having conducted a large and very successful clearing sale at [?] Farm. [?]pping, on Thursday last, the 24th ...

    Article : 167 words
  37. HUNTING.

    The Melboune Hounds will meet at "the kennels." Oakleigh, on Thursday, at noon, and on Monday next at the Springvale railway station at quarter-past 11 a.m. ...

    Article : 34 words
  38. BOXING AT THE EXHIBITION.

    Definite action was taken by the Premier (Mr.Bent) yesterday to prevent any re[?]tition of exhibitions of boxing at the Exhibition-building. Letters complaining of the ...

    Article : 212 words
  39. THE BABY'S BATH.

    At the Prahran Court yesterday, before Mr. With (chairman),Captain [?], and Messrs. Godley, [?], young, and H[?], J.P.'s a domestic servant named [?] Cogan sued Captain D. [?], ...

    Article : 264 words
  40. THE MASON FUND.

    Sir,—The day after my previsous letter in [?] the blind boy Mason appeared in your columns I received a kind reply from Mr. A. S. Gray, senior surgeon to the [?] and ...

    Article : 249 words
  41. COURSING.

    AHEPPARTON, Friday.—The opening meeting of the shepparton District plumpton Coursing Club was a [?]. In spite of the [?] weather there was a good attendance. Mr. J. P. [?] ...

    Article : 346 words
  42. BENDIGO FAT SHEET SALES.

    BENDIGO, Monday.—Messrs. John Watson and Co. report [?] "All the [?] sheep sales to-day there was smaller yarding than usualm and prices r[?] showed a [?] advance on late good values. We ...

    Article : 86 words
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