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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    To-day — Rosedale races; Donald races; entries close for Avenel races; coursing at Rochester (second day). Creswick (second day), Woodstock, Wycheproof, and Hexham (first day); entries close ...

    Article : 198 words
  3. CRICKET CONTROL.

    The annual meeting of the St. Kilda Cricket Club was held last evening in the Alfred-hall, the president, Mr. G.M. Sydenham, occupying the chair. There was a crowded attendance. The ...

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  4. WIMMERA FOOTBALL.

    ARARAT, Wednesday.—The flerce gale which swept the Wimmera and the whole of the Western district in fact, in the early part of the week, bringing with it bitter cold, driving showers and ...

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  5. ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT.

    The annual meeting of the Elsternwick District Bowling Club was held on Tuesday evening. In the reporrt the committee stated that improvements had been carried out at a cost of £105/14/2. and ...

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  6. CYCLING.

    The Victorian Road-racing Board has been successfully established, and in a few days will be in active operation. The riders are called upon to pay 1/ registration fee to the board, under whose auspi[?] ...

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  7. HAMILTON.

    HAMILTON, Wednesday.—The coursing season was closed with a consolation stake. Details:— Consolation Stake. For 16 all-ages, at £1/1/ each, with £10 added by supporters of the club. First ...

    Article : 341 words
  8. BOXING.

    On Monday night next, at the Melbourne Atheltic Pavilion, Exhibition-street, Kid M'Coy will make his last appearance in a Melbourne ring for some considerable time. He was entered into a contract ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. FOOTBALL.

    The Investigation committee of the Victorian Football league dealt last evening with charges of rough play made by E. App[?], steward, against two melbourne players during the last ...

    Article : 365 words
  10. MELBOURNE TROTING CLUB.

    For horses that have not been placed in any race (except these events), time tests or competitions for speed. Hoppies barred. Open to all bo[?]n-tide tradesmen's horses, trotters or pacers, ...

    Article : 259 words
  11. NOTES AND CHAT.

    Races will be held to-day at Rosedale. A special train for passengers and horses will leave Flinders-street Station at a quarter to 7 a.m. The weights for the principal ...

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  12. WAGGA PONY RACES.

    WAGGA, Wednesday.—The first meeting of the newly-formed Wagga Pony and Galloway Race Club was held to-day on a new course situated near the railway line. Eairly numerous entries were ...

    Article : 414 words
  13. BOXING IN AMERICA.

    The sheriff stopped the fight between "knock-out" Brown and "Cyclone" Thompson in the sixth round of a ten-rounds contest, when Thompson claimed a foul. ...

    Article : 80 words
  14. KYNETON.

    KYNETON, Wednesday.—Following is the draw for the Kyneton Coursing Club's meeting of Friday:- Farewell Stakes. Winner, £30; runner-up. £10; ...

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  15. MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB.

    Members of the Melbourne Cricket Club are notified in the "Amusement" column that tickets for the past season (1911-12) will not be [?]gecognised at the gates on Saturday. Members are requested ...

    Article : 46 words
  16. MURCHISON AND DARGALONG CLUB.

    The final meeting for the season took place on Saturday last, on Moorilim Estate. The going was in splendid order after recent rains. Hares were plentiful and strong. Mr. John Cloney (judge) ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. AVENEL TURF CLUB.

    HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, £23, 2 miles 1 furlong. Nomination, 10/; accept., 5/. TRIAL HANDICAP, £10. 5 Furlongs. Nom., 5/; accept., 2/6. ...

    Article : 97 words
  18. CADETS FIRING.

    The results of the Schumacher Imperial Challenge Shield for rifle-shooting by naval cadets are a announced. In the senior division. Albany (Western ...

    Article : 95 words
  19. VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION.

    Umpires appointed for Saturday next, September 14:—Semi-final match. North Melbourne v. Brunswick, at the North Melbourne Recration-reserve— Field. Kendall; boundary, J. O'Loughlin and ...

    Article : 46 words
  20. YARRAWONGA.

    YARRAWONGA, Wednesday.—The counding club continued its Barcelet Stakes to-day in fine weather. Hares were very scarce. Results:— First Ties.—Guide beat Cross keys, Bright Gown ...

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  21. VICTORIAN JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

    Matches for saturday:—Semi-final, Port Melbourne v. Brighton, Croxton-park—Field umpire, J. M'Murray; boundaries, A. Porteous and A. Patterson; goals, W. Bell and K. Le Brun. Trentham ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. MENTONE RACING CLUB WEIGHTS.

    First Division Handicap. Six furlongs.— Brookong, 10.3: Apiarist, 9.12; R[?]bel, 9.9; Slipper, 9.5; Braw Scot, 9.4; Oakdene, Cains, 8.13; Advantage, 8.11; Malt Bin, Frembex, Beresford. ...

    Article : 455 words
  23. CRICKET.

    The annual general meeting will be held to-morrow at the Athen[?]-hall, Collins-street, Immediately folowing the specicla general meeting called for 8 p.m. ...

    Article : 32 words
  24. BANKS ASSOCIATION.

    The final match in connection with the Banks Football Association took place on Show morning. between the Union Bank and Bank of Victoria, the former gaining the honours by kicking 7 ...

    Article : 41 words
  25. CHILTERN RACING CLUB.

    Maiden Plate. 10 sovs. 5 furlongs. Trial Handicap, 10 sovs. 6 furlongs. Spring Handicap, 20 sovs. 1 mile. Shorts Handicap, sovs. 5 furlongs. ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. AUSTRALIAN BOWLERS IN IRELAND.

    BELFAST, Aug. 9.—After a bed voyage across the Irish Sea, from Scotland, the Australian bowlers arrived in Belfast on Monday last. The weather has broken up, and the greens are ...

    Article : 442 words
  27. EAST MELBOURNE.

    The annual meeting of the East Melbourne Club is to be held this evening at the pavilion. A good deal of interest is taken in the election of officers, and by advertisemetn elsewhere a list of the ...

    Article : 55 words
  28. STATE SCHOOLS PREMIERSHIP.

    The final stages of the State school premiership competition will be commenced next week. All the district matches have been completed, save in the Carlton and Coburg districts, where the leading ...

    Article : 104 words
  29. RICHMOND CLUB.

    The fifty-eighth annual meeting of the Richmond Cricket Club was held on Wednesday night at the pavillon, there being a good attendance of members. ...

    Article : 334 words
  30. THE AUSTRALASIAN TURF REGISTER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 59 words
  31. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    HOMESRUSH.—Homebush, 1 goals 4 behinds, beat Redbank, 1 goal 3 behinds. QUEENSCLIFF.—Queenscliff Juniors, 14 goals 16 behinds, b[?] Drysdale Juniors, 3 goals, and won ...

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  32. NEW SOUTH WALES TEAM IN NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.—The sixth match of the New South Wales Rughy League football team's tour in New Zealand was played against a Hawke's Bay team to-day. The final scores were: ...

    Article : 49 words
  33. LACROSSE.

    The permit committee of the Victorian Lacrosse Association have completed the arrangements for the final games in the "B" and "C" sections next Saturday. ...

    Article : 127 words
  34. SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB.

    Sir.—The definite statements made in Mr. Howson's letter to-day with which I wish to deal are:- 1. For many years harmonious relations ...

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  35. YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE HUNT CLUB RACES.

    Beautiful sunny weather favoured the Yarra Glen and Lilydale Hunt Club races at Moonee Valley on Wednesday afternoon. For a mid-week meeting the attendance was ...

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  36. WANGARATHA TROTTING CLUB'S HANDICAPS.

    Encour[?]ge Sta[?]. One mile and a half.—Saturness, har., [?].; K[?]langie, har., [?].; Bonn[?] Jean, sad., 20 yds; Dorandils, sad., 20 yds; Ho[?] sad., 20 yds; Ali[?] G., sad., [?] yds; Lady Dina[?] ...

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  37. PRAHRAN.

    The annual meeting will be held this evening. The following nominations have been received:— President. Mr. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A.: Vicepresident, Mr. G. Fairbairn, M.H.R., Councillor ...

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  38. COUNTTRY TEAMS VISIT SYDNEY.

    A combined team, representing the Kyneton and Daylesford Lacrosse clubs, leaves Melbourne this afternoon for Sydney, where they will play a series of games. This visit marks an interesting advance ...

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  39. BILLARDS.

    Much interest was displayed by a full attendance at the investors' Club last night in an exhibition game of 750-up between "Alma." a well-known amateur, and young walter Lindrum, brether of ...

    Article : 398 words
  40. LAWN TENNIS.

    Ladies' Division, Grade B.—Singles—Camberwell v. East Malvern, Auburn Heights v. Grace-park, Glenferri[?] Hill v. Hawthorn, Brighton A v. Fitzroy. ...

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  41. UNIVERSITY CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Melbourne University Cricket Club will be held in the Natural Philosophy School to-day, at a quarter-part 1 p.m. ...

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  42. WILLIAMSTOWN CLUB.

    The fifty-ninth annual meeting of members will be held at the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday, September 12, at 8 o'clock p.m. ...

    Article : 24 words
  43. EAST BRUNSWICK CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the East Brunswick club will be held at the Masonic-hall, Weston-street, East Brunswick, on Monday night, September 16. ...

    Article : 28 words
  44. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    Carlton Harriers decided their seven-mile sealed handicap at Brunswick on Saturday. Twenty-seven started. T. Neate [?] the field from start to finish. and had half a mile to spare at the finish of the ...

    Article : 334 words
  45. BRIGHTON CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Brighton Cricket Club was held in the town-hall on Tuesday evening. The president (Councillor J. H. Grout) was in the chair, and there was a good attendance ...

    Article : 278 words
  46. HUNTING.

    The Oaklands H[?] will meet at the Kenn[?] Oaklands Junction, on Saturday, at half-past 1 p.m. ...

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  47. COURSING.

    BENDIGO, Wednesday.—The Bendigo Coursing Club's final Plumpton meeting was held to-day in ideal weather Results:- September Stakes, for 12 all ages, at £2[?] each. ...

    Article : 307 words
  48. RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The report of the Royal Commission on the Shortage of Locemotives has been laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly. ...

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  49. HEIDELBERG.

    At the fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Heidelberg Cricket Club, which is reputed to be the oldest club around Melbourne, Mr. John May was re-elected president, and Mr. H. B. Ma[?] secretary ...

    Article : 43 words
  50. NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    The Presbyterian Church of Victoria, in pursuance of its policy to further secondary education in the State, has agreed to purchase Hamilton College, in the Western ...

    Article : 174 words
  51. CAULFIELD TALLY-[?].

    The following have been selected to represent the Caulfield Tally-[?] in the 10-mile cross-country championship of Victoria, to be held at C[?] racecourse on Saturday. September 21:—J. ...

    Article : 89 words
  52. BOWLS.

    The annual meeting of the S.M.C.C. ladies' club was held on Wednesday afternoon, on the pavilion, South Melbourne Cricket ground. Mrs. H. D. Bennett (president) presided, and 10 members were ...

    Article : 312 words
  53. CRESSY.

    CRESSY. Wednesday.—The following [?] the draw for the coursing club's meeting[?] dog[?] £21 and gold [?] by Mrs. Bown); [?] dog, £[?] two dogs, [?]3; four dogs, ...

    Article : 129 words
  54. PIGEON HOMING.

    The Hawthorn Homing Club flew a race from Eu[?], a distance of [?] miles, [?] competitiors sending 96 birds. Results:—First, Mr. Dobbya's [?] rock, velocity 1,073.3 yds; record, Mr. Staggard's ...

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  55. THE GUN.

    HAMILTON, Monday.—A sparrow match for a trophy presented by Senator Blakey was tired on Saturday. Scoring was on the point system, and the result was as follows:—A Hyde, 21 yds. ...

    Article : 76 words
  56. CRESWICK.

    CRESWICK, Wednesday.—The [?] meeting of the [?] Club was held to-day in [?] weather. There was good att[?] Results:- ...

    Article : 225 words
  57. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    Dandenong [?] their monthly spoon competition, 10 shots at 800 yards. Best scores:—J. M. Anderson ([?] 49; H. Krugal (8), 48. First Stage V.R.A. Medal[?] J. M. Anderson 6s. J. Fisher 65, ...

    Article : 306 words
  58. EAST C[?]MMERWELL BOWLING AND RECREATION CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the club was held in the pavilion on September [?], there being a large at[?]. The report and blance-sheet were read and adopted. During the past season the ...

    Article : 273 words
  59. SWIMMING.

    The reporrt and balance-sheet of the Port Melbourne Swimming Club, which was submitted to members by the secretary (Mr. J. Lock), at the club's annual meeting yesterday evening showed ...

    Article : 274 words
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