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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 5,538 words
  3. FOOTBALL. NOTES ON SATURDAY'S GAMES.

    The report of this match, played at South Melbourne, and won by South Melbourne by 9 goals 11 behinds to 6 golas 8 behinds, will be found on page 4. ...

    Article : 53 words
  4. SCHOOL MATCHES.

    Carlton College v. HAWTHORN COLLEGE.—This match look place at Prince's Oval. The scores were:—Carlton College, 13 goals 15 behinds; Hawthorn College, 2 goals 3 behinds. Glasscock kicked ...

    Article : 107 words
  5. ESSENDON'S STRONG THIRD QUARTER.

    The conditions at Geelong on Saturday, when Essendon met Geelong, were against good football. A strong north-westerly prevailed, and play was largely confined to the eastern wing. Geelong ...

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  6. FOOTSORAY KEEP THEIR LEAD.

    In the first of the series of return association matches it was Preston's mission to tackle the leaders, Footscray, upon their own ground, where on the exposed platean a bitter wind had great ...

    Article : 354 words
  7. THE UNIVERSITY'S LUCK.

    Carlton had their second narrow escape for the season on Saturday, when they played the University at East Melbroune. After the game there was only one opinion expressed by disinterested ...

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  8. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—Imperial entered the field at the Eastern-oval this afternoon encouraged by their last Saturday's win—the first the season—and left it winners from Golden Point by 11 ...

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  9. BRUNSWICK'S LASTING POWER.

    For the first half of their match with Brunswick the Northcote team held their own manfully, and at half-time the older [?]lub had only four points in its favour. There was no marked ...

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  10. METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION.

    Results of Saturday's matches:—Hawthorn, [?] goals 7 behinds (25 points), beat Caulfield, 2 goals 5 behinds (17 points); Leopold, 6 goals 13 behinds (49 points), beat University, 3 behinds (3 ...

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  11. THE ASSOCIATION CLUBS.

    With a represntative team from the association playing in Adelaide there was no interruption to the pennant matches. The players are taken, as far as possible, in equal numbers from each club, ...

    Article : 68 words
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  13. UNLUCKY NORTH MELBOURNE.

    North Melbourne had some difficulty in finding a team to meet Prahran. It was not until after a delay of about twenty minutes that they were able to take the field, still short of two players. The ...

    Article : 244 words
  14. AUSTRALLAN GAME IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The third and concluding match under Australian rules between the Norwood club (Adelaide) and New South Wales was played yesterday at the Sydney Cricket-ground, in the ...

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  15. ESSENDON'S LUCKY WIN.

    Essendon began the season with such hopes that same of their supporters were inquiring the size of their players' heads, so that the premiership caps might be ordered. Five matches brought five ...

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  16. INTERSTATE RUGBY MATCH.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—Rugby teams representative of Queensland and New South Wales played a match yesterbday, in the presence of 8,000 spectators. In the first half the visitors led by 10 points to ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. INDIFFERENT FOOTBALL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General was amongst the spectators of the match btween Melbourne and Fitzroy, but he was not fortunate in seeing a good game, for it was only redeemed from ...

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  18. LEAGUE SCORES.

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  19. THE RUGBY GAME.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.—The British Rugby team, which is touring New Zealand, to-day beat Nelson and Marlborough by 12 points to nil. There was no score in the first spell, but in the second ...

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  20. BORKEN HILL PREMIERSHIP.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday. — Yesterday's senior football resulted:—North Broken Hill, 11 goals 12 behinds, beat West Broken Hill, 2, goals 7 behinds; South Broken Hill, 7 goals 7 behinds, beat ...

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  21. WEST AUSTRALIAN MATCHES.

    PERTH, Sunday. — Saturdays football matches reuslted:—West Perth, 5 goals 10 behinds, beat North Fremantle, 2 goals; Fremantle, 8 goals 11 behinds, beat Subiaco, 4 goals 7 behinds. ...

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  22. THE FOOTBALL INQUIRY.

    Sir,— was very pleased to read in ``The Argus''to-day the letters from ``St. Kilda F.C. Memmber'' and Common Sense''in reference to the recent football inquiry. If ...

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  23. ASSOCIATION SCORES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 31 words
  24. DRINK TRAFFIC.

    BENDIGO, Sunday — To-night, at the Forest-street Methodist Churh, the Rev. Henry Worrall preached a sermon on ``The Cannibalism of the Drink Trade.'' He said: ...

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  25. ASSOCIATION TEAM IN ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—A match between the South Australian League and the Victorian Association was played on the Adelaide Oval on Saturday afternoon. There was a large attendance, but ...

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  26. MELBOURNE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION.

    Carlton District v. Hawthorn Rovers, played on the Carlton Oval, resulted in a win for the former by 5 goals 13 behinds to 1 goal 10 behinds. The goal-kickers for Carlton District were Numa, ...

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  27. RICHMOND BEATEN ON GOALS.

    So far from St. Kilda having anything like a safe thing when they met Richmond on their own ground on Saturday, they found themselves seriously challenged by their opponents from start ...

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  28. PORT MELBOURNE'S FEAT.

    Port Melbourne are indeed playing on. Commeneing the season with [?]indifferent luck, they stuck to a losing game most creditably, and their reward came on Saturday in a two-point victory ...

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  29. KRONHEIMER AND CO. V. GOLLIN AND CO.

    There being no match in the Wholesale Tobacco competition last Saturday, Kronheimer Ltd. played Gollin and Co. at Sandringham. Up to the third quarter the game was very exiting, only a few ...

    Article : 79 words
  30. STATE SCHOOLS PREMIERSHIP.

    The metropolitan state schools' premiership matches were continued on Friday. Auburn again had an easy win, defeating Box Hill by 31 goals 21 behinds to nil. For the ...

    Article : 311 words
  31. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    MERINO, Saturday.—News has been received here that Miss Henty lias resolved to cut up a large portion of her Merino Downs Estate into suitable farms for dairy ...

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  32. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

    Results:—North Melbourne, 3 goals 8 behinds (26 points), beat Preston, 2 goals 9 behinds (21 points); Footscray, 9 goals 10 belinds (64 points), beat Rose of Northcote, 3 goals 4 behinds (24 points); ...

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  33. THE MOST ACUTE CASES OF COUGHS, COLDS.

    and Chest Complaints relieved by Woods' Great Peppermint cure. 1/6.—[Advt.] Charaters and Incidents from "The Belle of Mayfair," to be produced at the Theatre Royal ...

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  34. LOSS OF VOICE.

    If your voice be weak from over-exertion or other cause, obtain at once a bottle of BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS. The first dose gives relief.[Advt.] ...

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