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  2. GOLF.

    A professional's competition for a purse, contributed by members, was played on Saturday, and was won handsomely by A. F. Maiden, who has charge of the [?] links. His morning's score was ...

    Article : 2,573 words
  3. FOOTBALL.

    The report of the match Essendon v. Collingwood, won by Essendon by 6 goals 18 behinds to 6 goals 10 behines, will be found on page 6. When South Melbourne and Richmond met on ...

    Article : 12,638 words
  4. BASEBALL.

    Those clubs wishing to make the coming [?]nival a mancial success should communicate with the hon. secretary of the league immediately. Prahran and M.C.C. are [?]ding in B grade, and ...

    Article : 1,612 words
  5. BILLIARDS.

    The concluding session of the match for 16,000, in which Lindrum conceded Williams a start of 1,000, were played on Saturday, and the result was an casy win for Lindrom. Williams played on ...

    Article : 288 words
  6. SUPPLEMENTARY READERS.

    Sir,—I, with the Berringa School Committee, have to enter a protest against the introduction of readers such as "Geoff[?] Hamlyn" into State schools. Such ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. REECE V. WILLIAMS.

    To-day T. reece, the well-known English player, will commence a match with Williams for 9,000 up, and be will give his opp[?]t 1,000. This should be a very close game, for Willim[?] without ...

    Article : 41 words
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  9. BOWE'S' TATTERSALL'S CLUB.

    At Bow[?]'s Tatt[?]ll's Club on Friday night. Seg[?] (r[?]. 120) beat M., Collins (r[?]. 100), by 77. The games for to-night are:—J. Thomas (rec. [?]) v. T. L[?]hn (r[?]c. 100); T[?]gans [?]s ...

    Article : 61 words
  10. BOOKMAKERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The games to be played to-night are:—C. H[?]ilt[?]n (rec. 110) v. [?] Hart (re[?].100). J. [?]urell (re[?]. 130) v. B. [?]iene (re[?]. 96). ...

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  11. POLICE NEWS.

    A [?]in travelling trunk was found in a pa[?]ock near the Morgue on Saturday by Mr. 'Percy Brunton, who banded i[?] to Canstable Ernest Wastson, the coroner's ord[?]ly, ...

    Article : 207 words
  12. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    Fronk Traynor, a labourer, 23 years of age, was arrested on Saturday afternoon by Constable Clancy on a charge of having forged a cheque for £20 [?] drawn on the ...

    Article : 127 words
  13. DESTROYING POTATO BAGS.

    BALLAN, Saturday. On Friday Messrs. Fr[?]chot and Baker, reported to the police that a number of potato bags had been destroyed. As a result, the black trackers. ...

    Article : 55 words
  14. HOTEL REDROOM ROBBERY.

    A thief entered the bedroom of Charles [?]asforth, an engineer, at the Sir Walter Scptt Hotel, at the corner of Elizabeth and F[?]in streets, on Friday, and stole ...

    Article : 67 words
  15. A MUS[?]CLANS'S LOSS.

    Albert G[?]se, a music[?]n, has reported to the detectives that on Saturday afternoon be left a [?]s vio[?] va[?]d at £60, and closing, valued at £10, for about 10 ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. WEARING APPAREL STOLEN.

    Between Wednesday and Friday last Miss K[?]een Reynolds had stolen from a bedroom at the Commonwealth Hotel, corner of Lons[?]le and Elizabeth streets, a large ...

    Article : 64 words
  17. A JOCKEY ROBBED.

    Late on Friday night Joseph A. Cane, a jockey, drove in a motor-car to Sehwet[?]he's rest[?]nt, in Bourke-street, and leaving in the back, of the car two s[?]ddles, a [?]p ...

    Article : 109 words
  18. SERIOUS CHARGES.

    WHITTLESEA, Friday. At the Whittlesea Court of Petty [?]ons yesterday, [?] [?]ore Mr. Philip Cohe[?], P.M., and Mr. Robert J. Hughes, J.P., Oliver Hall, aged ...

    Article : 141 words
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