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  2. CYCLING. BATHURST TO SYDNEY RACE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The annual cycling road race from Bathurst to Sydney, a distance of 133 miles, was decided yesterday. The weather was perfect, and the roads, notwithstanding the heavy rain of ...

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  3. FOOTBALL. BATTLE FOR THE FINALS.

    The first phase of the struggle for the league premiership ended on Saturday, when six of the ten clubs engaged in the struggle finished their season, and dropped out of the competition. ...

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  4. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.

    There were-over 10,000 people on the Melbourne Cricket-ground on Saturday to see the match Brunswick v. Prahran, and over 6,000 of them paid for the privilege, the ...

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  5. ST. KILDA'S FORM.

    St. Kilda has been driven to the necessity of working up almost a new team, and that is a fask which no club can accomplish in one season. But they are keeping their eyes open, bringing in ...

    Article : 633 words
  6. DUNLOP TYRE SUCCESSES.

    The Dunlop Rubber Co. are in receipt of a telegram from Perth stating that the first six riders to finish in the Beverley-Perth race rode Dunlop tyres. ...

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  7. RAILWAY PICNIC.

    Entries close this evening, at 6 o'clock, at the League of Victorian Wheelmen's offices, 243 Collins-street, for the cycling events to be held in connection with the Victorian Railways Mutual ...

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  8. METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION.

    The semi-final matches took place on Saturday, between the four leading clubs on the premiership-list, and provided some close, clever, and exciting football. ...

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  9. GOLF. METROPOLITAN G.C. MEETING.

    The first meeting of the Metropolitan Club, held over its new course at Oakleigh, was brought to a close on Saturday, with a scratch event of two rounds of stroke play, open to amateurs and ...

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  10. BOWLS AND LIQUOR.

    A meeting of the Port Melbourne Bowling Club was held in the pavilion on Saturday evening, to reconsider the question of the abolition of the bar license in connection with the club. ...

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  11. HUME COOK PENNANT.

    The final match for the Hume Cook pennant between the Moreland and Prince's Hill State schools wait played on Saturday, on the Fitzroy ground, prior to senior match. ...

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  12. CARLTON V. ESSENDON.

    The result of this match, which was won by Carlten by 6 goals 13 behinds to Essendon's 4 goals 10 behinds, will be found on page 6. ...

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  13. GEELONG'S DAY OUT.

    Geelong treated their ever-sanguine supporters to one of their best displays against Richmond on Saturday on the Corio ground. They were delightful to watch at handball, ...

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  14. GAME OF SUDDEN CHANGES.

    The most important match that Melbourne have played for years was their gamw with Collingwood, at Victoria-park on Saturday. It was their last chance to win in for the premiership finals, ...

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  15. MOTOR-CYCLE 50-MILE ROAD RACE.

    The annual motoor cycle road race, of 30 miles in connection with the Victoria Motor-cycle Club, was held at Campbel-field on Saturday afternoon. The turning poing was 12½miles out from the ...

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  16. SCHOOL MATCHES.

    Queen's College (St. Kilda) and University College met on the Elsternwick ground on Friday. Queen's won by 42 points. This victory leaves Queen's premiers and champions of the association. ...

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  17. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. PLOUGHMAN'S DEATH.

    On Tuesday last Thomas Morris, a ploughman, aged 32 years, was driving two horses attached to a waggon, when the animals bolted. Morris was thrown to the ground. ...

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  18. KINGDOM ROAD RACE.

    The fourth annual Kingdom Road Race, under the patronage of the I.C.C.A., was run last SaturdaY, the starting point being the Gowenville Hotel, Preston to South Morang and back. a distance of ...

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  19. Y.M.C.A. PREMIERSHIP.

    The final match for the young Men's Christian Association Premiership was played on the Melbourne Cricket-ground on Saturday, prior to the Prahran v. Brunswick game. There were six teams ...

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  20. MAN FOUND DROWNED.

    At about noon on Saturday the body of a man was found drowned in the River Yarra, at the mouth of Coode's Canal, near the Yarraville Sugar Works, by a boatman ...

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  21. NORTH SUBURBAN CLUB.

    A 15-mile road race, starting from North Essendon to a point 7½ miles out on the Bulla-road, and back, was held under very favourable weather conditions on Saturday. Twenty-eight faced the ...

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  22. CHOKED WITH PLUM STONE.

    CORRYONG, Sunday.—Edith Wilson, the 10-year-old daughter of Mr. James Wilson, of Upper Thougla, was choked with a plum stone while eating jam, and died ...

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  23. DUNLOP TEST RACE.

    PERTH, Saturday.—The Beverley-Perth road race was held to-day, and proved a great success. This event is held annually to decide which West Australian rider shall officially represent this State in ...

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  24. ROYAL MELBOURNE CLUB.

    To-day the annual open meeting of the R. M. G. C. begins with a men's handicap by one round of stroke play. The first pair will leave the tee at half-past 9a.m., and then pair by pair the rest ...

    Article : 229 words
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  26. INTERSTATE SCHOOL MATCHES.

    The metropolitan State schools team, which left for Adelaide on Friday to play a series of matches against the school teams of that State, played the Ballarat State school combined team on Saturday ...

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  27. BROKEN WRIST AND FRACTURED RIBS.

    FRANKSTON, Sunday.—On Saturday evening Mrs. J. N. Marsh was driving home to Langwarrin, when the horse attached to the vehicle suddenly collapsed, throwing ...

    Article : 60 words
  28. LEAGUE SCORES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 79 words
  29. BODY IN RIVER.

    PERTH, Sunday.—The body of Patrick Maher, who had been workinh at the Glendalough Orphanage, was found in the Swan River on Saturday. ...

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  30. THE RUGBY GAME.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The first of a series of matches between "The Wallabies," players who have come under the ban of the Rugby Union through committing an illegal act of ...

    Article : 216 words
  31. A CABMAN'S FARE.

    George Martin came into the South Richmond Police Station at a quarter pant 9 on Friday night and told the-constable in charge that he had been robbed of £10 ...

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  32. POSITION OF CLUBS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 94 words
  33. LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF VICTORIA.

    By the courtesy of the committee of the Victoria Golf Club, over whose links at Fishermen's Bend the Ladies' Championship of Victoria is to be played at the V.L.G U. meeting at the end of ...

    Article : 67 words
  34. ESSENDOM V. MORELAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 141 words
  35. THE LEADING GOAL-KICKERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 110 words
  36. HARD WORK AT FITZROY.

    On the Fitzroy ground the home team and the University placed their [?]ast game of the season. On their first meeting the students had an easy win, but after an exciting finish on Saturday the teams ...

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  37. ADELAIDE MATCHES.

    ADELAIDE Sunday.—Port Adelaide, the minor premiers, and Norwood, the third team played the second of the semi-finals on the Adelaide Oval on Saturday before 20,000 people. Norwood won ...

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  38. EAGLEMONT CLUB.

    The September medal was played for on Saturday afternoon. Thirty six members entered. Play was against Bogey. Nobody beat the Colonel The winner was R. Davidson (6), square. S. M. Callum ...

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  39. NEW SOUTH WALES V. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—A match under Australian rules was played between New South Wales and Queensland teams yesterday. The home players won by 87 points (11 goals 21 behinds) to 40 points ...

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  40. ROYAL-PARK CLUB.

    The first round for the competition for the President's (Mr. M'Arthur) trophy was played on Saturday, and resulted as follows:—N. Lockhart, 83—3—80; R. Brodrick, 96—10—86; J. D. ...

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  41. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 601 words
  42. TASMANIAN PREMIESHIP.

    HOBART Sunday.—The club premiership of Tasmania was decided on Saturday. Cananore, of Hobart beating Launceston by 40 points to 17. ...

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  43. EUROA CLUB.

    A singles' tournament, for ladies and gentlemen, was played for trophies presented by Messrs. Turner and Bird. Considering the very wet condition of the ground, some good cards were ...

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  44. WEST AUSTRALIAN MATCHES.

    PERTH, Sunday.—In the first semi-final of the league premiership, East Fremantle beat East Perth by 10 goals 13 behinds to 3 goals 5 behinds. C. M'Kenrzie, an East Perth player, sustained ...

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  45. BAIRNSDALE CLUB.

    The the for Mr. J. C. Potter's trophy, between G. J. A. Cole and Mrs. J. W. L. Jackson and.J. M. Stuart and Miss James, was played off at the Bairnsdale links on Friday, and resulted as ...

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  46. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—Golden Point and South Ballarat met this afternoon to decide who should meet Imperial next week in the final match. Point had first advantage of the wind, but made such ...

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  47. THE DANGEROUS PEA-RIFLE.

    FERNTREE GULLY, Saturday.—The local council has resolved to forward a circular letter to all municipalities, giving a summary of the expressions of opinion of ...

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  48. GIRL'S ALLEGATIONS.

    A little girl, 12 years of age told the Windsor police that on Saturday a man met her at the corner of High-street and Alfred-street, and, having included her to go to an ...

    Article : 152 words
  49. MISS SUTHERLAND'S WORK.

    With the object of laistng funds towards furnishing new premises for the Sutherland Home, Miss Sutherland yesterday evening delivered an address in the Hawthorn ...

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  50. BOY INJURED.

    Ernest Kleinert, 15 years of age, living in Union-road, Surrey Hills, was out shooting on Saturday with another boy at Bayswater. He was carrying his weapon, a ...

    Article : 74 words
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