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  2. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Business has been of a somewhat dragging character during the work in most departments of trade. So far as aggregate turnover is concerned, the comparison with ...

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  3. LAWN TENNIS.

    Another round of the final doubles matches for the premiership was played at Studley-park on Saturday, in the presence of a very fair number of spectators. The high wind interfered considerably ...

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  4. FOOTBALL.

    There will be no more League premiership games until Saturday, September [?], as the next two Saturdays have been set aside for the guns for the Australasian championship. The[?] full ...

    Article : 279 words
  5. RIFLE NOTES.

    The following marksmen have qualified as the resuits of the preliminary trials of shoot in the final Commonwealth team tests at Williamstown on the 28th and 29th inst.:— ...

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  6. GOLF.

    Saturday saw the second last round of the senior pen[?]ant games completed. It was not the best of days for golf either—the strong northerly winds which blew more or less consistently all the ...

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  7. NORTH MELBOURNE SAVE THEMSELVES.

    North Melbourne defeated Preston, and saved themselves from being the whippers in on the premier-list. The teams were well matched, and the game proved interesting throughout. With ...

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  8. STATE SCHOOLS' PREMIERSHIP.

    The metropolitan state schools premiership competition was continued on Friday afternoon. In several of the districts the challenge stape hass been reached and the leading teams and the team ...

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  9. A FRIENDLY GAME.

    The meeting of University and Geelong might almost have been called a friendly match, for neither side could benefit much by the result. Geelong's position as last on the list was assured, ...

    Article : 295 words
  10. NORTHCOTE FINISH LAST.

    A poor display was made by Northcote against Essendon at Northcote. From the start to the finish the ball was s[?]ly out of their territory. In the first quarter they got 1 point, and their ...

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  11. LEAGUE SCORES.

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  12. FARMERS' DELIVERIES OF WHEAT.

    The quantity of wheat loaded at Victorian country stations during the week ended last Thursday, and the dcereise in stocks during the same period, compare ...

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  13. WHOLSALE SOFTGOODS ASSOCIATION.

    D. and W. Murray Ltd. v. Brooks-M'Naughton Love.—Final Match.—Result:—Murray, 5 goals 9 behinds (39 points); Brooks. 2 goals 9 behinds (21 points). Goal-kickers:—Murray—there (2), ...

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  14. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    The last of the matches for the association minor premiership were played on Saturday, but no not able chances were made in the position of the first four clubs. Williamstown had to yield up ...

    Article : 310 words
  15. POSITIONS OF CLUBS.

    The result of Saturday's games leaves the position of fourth on the list still unsettled. Carlton, Essendon, and St. Kilda are certainties for three out of the four places. South Melbourne and ...

    Article : 195 words
  16. BRITISH ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    Followers of British Association football were treated to a fine display on Saturday at Middlepark, the principal match being between Victoria and the s.s. Persic's team, which resulted in a ...

    Article : 266 words
  17. WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—The match between George Dinnic and Buttan Singh for a championship belt presented by Mr. R. Don, and the gate, took place in the Alfred-hall to-night, about 1,000 ...

    Article : 518 words
  18. WEST AUSTRALIAN TEAM.

    The West Australian football team will play a practice match against Wesley College, on the Wesley College ground, at half-past 3 o'clock this afternoon. ...

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  19. NOTES ON SATURDAY'S GAMES.

    The report of this match, played at South Melbourne in which the scores were—South Melbourne 5 goals 8 behinds; Essendon, 3 goals 14 behinds, will be found on page 4. ...

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  20. SATURDAY'S MARKETS.

    Wheal.—The market has been firm at 4/3 to 4/3[?], supplies not offering very freely, while there has been a fair inquiry. The only vessel loading at Williamstown ...

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  21. AN IMPORTANT ISSUE.

    The contest between Melbourne and Collingwood had an important bearing on the premiership, for both were candidates for fourth place and a change in the finals. Collingwood had their follower, ...

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  22. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—The first of the semifinals was played on the City Oval this afternoon, and resulted in [?] easy win for Ballarat against Imperial. Play was not of a high order, a fairly ...

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  23. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

    Results of Saturday's matches:—Footscray v. Coburg. won by Footscray, 20 goals 23 behinds (143 points), to 1 goal 3 behinds (9 points); Varraville v. Pembroke, won by Yarraville, 11 goals ...

    Article : 354 words
  24. WON BY ONE POINT.

    Between the Footscray and Williamstown clubs the keenest rivalry exists, and this of itself was sufficient to attract a large crowd to witness their second meeting on the Williamstown ground. The ...

    Article : 991 words
  25. SUBURBAN FOOTPADS.

    The police at Footscray are inquiring into complaints made by two persons, who state that they have been interfered with in the streets at night by footpads. On Friday ...

    Article : 165 words
  26. GEELONG ASSOCIATION.

    Cario A v. Corio B resulted in a tic—Bailiff and Wilson lost to Buchan und Sayer, 2—6, 6—3, 2—6, and beat Higgins and Darby, 6—1, 5—6, 6—2. Jones and Gilbert lost to Buchan and Sayer, 1—6, ...

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  27. METROPOLITAN ASSOCTATION.

    Results of Saturday's matches:—South Yarra, 14 goals 17 behinds. v. Caulfield, 2 goals 7 behinds; Collingwood District, 5 goals 9 behinds, v. Collegians, 16 goals 12 behinds; Leopold, 5 goals 9 ...

    Article : 310 words
  28. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

    The meat market shows a further advance in the price of beef, but no change is made by retail shops. Butter is in quiet demand, and a further fall in price is almost certain. The quantity being ...

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  29. INTERSTATE MATCHES.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The interstate tennis matches, New South Wales v. Queensland, resulted in a win for the visitors by 252 games to 231. Results:—Singles—Donst (N.S.W.) beat Turner (Q.), ...

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  30. ST. KILDA'S PEACE SECURE.

    St. Kilda had just a chance of losing their position in the first four, but they made themselves secure by beating Fizroy. Cumberland did not turn up for some reason unexplained officially, ...

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  31. BROKEN HILL MATCHES.

    BROKEN HILL, Saturday.—Senior football this afternoon resulted thus:—North, 9 goals 16 behinds, beat Broken Hill, 5 goals 9 behinds; West, 10 goals 12 behinds, beat South, 2 goals 9 ...

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  32. AUSTRALIAN GAME IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Three thousand spectators witnessed a football match under Australian rules at Moore-park yesterday between East Sydney and the Y.M.C.A. It was a keen contest, which East ...

    Article : 100 words
  33. BRITISH RUGBY PLAYED IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The British Rugby footballers had pleasant weather for their third encounter with a New South Wales team at the Sydney Cricket ground yesterday and the attendance was ...

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  34. SOUTH SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION.

    Mentone v. Armadale Methodists. — Gason and Jones (M.) beat Dr. Lee and W.Ivory, 6—2, 6—3, and E. Ivory and S. Reed, 6—3, 6—5; Rogers and Vinning (M.) lost to E. Ivory and S. Reed, 1—6, ...

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  35. MELBOURNE DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION.

    Abbotsford v. Carlton District, semi-final, on Carlton-oval, resulted in win for Abbotsford by 5 goals 6 behinds to 3 goals 9 behinds. A closelycontested game throughout, with plenty of hard ...

    Article : 216 words
  36. ADELAIDE MATCHES.

    ADTLAIDE Sunday.—The South Australian football team for the Jubilee Carnival still leave by the express, on Monday afternoon. They form a capital combination, and are expected to give a ...

    Article : 79 words
  37. CLOSE GAME AT BRIGHTON.

    Remarkably accurate kicking for goal characterised the first quorter of the game between Brighton and Prahran, which was played at the Brighton ground. Out of six tries Prahran scored major ...

    Article : 164 words
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  39. CARLTON'S CLOSE CALL.

    If Richmond, in their first League season, have not done as well as their supporters hoped they have, at any rate, shown themselves well worthy to play in the company to which they ...

    Article : 364 words
  40. NEW ZEALAND MATCHES.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday. — The results of today's matches are as follow:—Canterbury beat Southland. 22 to 5; Te Aute College beat Wangan[?]l College, 21 to 8; St. Patrick's College beat ...

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  42. INTER-UNIVERSITY MATCHES.

    A Melbourne University team will leave Melbourne to-day to play the Adelaide University, on Wednesday. The team is M'Carthy, Matthews, Boynton. M'Kay. C. Fogarty, Gall, Gray, Grant, ...

    Article : 57 words
  43. HEAVY SCORE BY BRUNSWICK.

    A fair show was made by Melbourne against Brunswick up till half-time on the Brunswick ground. In the second term, Port Melbourne put together two goals without a behind while the ...

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  44. STATE SCHOOLS V. WESLEY COLLEGE.

    The match between the combined state schools south of the Yarra and Wesley College, under 16, which was played during the week, was won by Wesley College by 9 goals S behinds (62 ...

    Article : 190 words
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  46. ROYAL MINT, MELBOURNE.

    Return for week ending August 15:—Gold received, 37,320.71oz.: value of gold coin and bullion issued. £48,257/12/6. ...

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  48. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    The revenue collected at the Customhouse August 15 amounted to:—Revenue, £2,230/8/1; state, ni!: contingent. —40/5/4; pilotage, nil; wharfage, £235 ...

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