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  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  4. ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Councillor P. J. Russell, who has been a member of the Hawthorn Council for 30 years, will not seek re-election. The Methodist Church and Sunday ...

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  5. Notes on Saturday's Games.

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  7. "AUSTRALASIAN" SHIELD.

    On Saturday the semi-final games in "The A[?]tralasian'' foursomes challenge shield were played on the Victoria links in delightful weather, and as a result the representatives of the Victoria ...

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  8. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    A report submitted to the,Water Commission on Thursday provided some interesting information lelative to the growth-of p[?] insignis planted in the reserves. In 1908·9 the curator had 9,000 ...

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  9. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    The Bendigo branch of the Farmers' Union has decided to contest the Bendigo West seat in the State Parliament. The Bendigo Miners' Association has elected Mr. ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. DISAPPOINTMENT FOR FITZROY.

    The match of the day, between Fitzroy and South Melbourne, on the Fitzroy ground, drew about 18,000 people, but their expectations of a close game were not realised. Rattray, the crack ...

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  11. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    BALLARAT.—Imperial, 6 goals 12 behinds (48 pointa) defeated Golden Point, 5 goals 2 behinds (32 points); Ballarat South, 8 goals 8 behind." (56 points) defeated Ballarat, 5 goals 12 behinds (42 ...

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  12. THE ASSOCIATION CLUBS.

    North Melbourne and Northcote should have provided a good game on Saturday at North Melbourne, but unfortunately it was not, and at no stage did it rise above junior standard. Lax umpiring led ...

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  13. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    The dead body of Felix Rosser, a well-known resident of Tor[?]ay, has been discovered in a paddock at Jan J[?]. He had been missing from his home for some time. ...

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  14. CASTLEMAINE.

    A conference of public bodies has decided to urge the Ministry to provide an improved water supply for the district. The Premier (Mr. Lawson) on Saturday was ...

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  15. MOTOR-CYCLING.

    So far as reliability is concerned, the annual 24 hours competition of the Victorian Motorcycle Club, held on Saturday, was a marked suc cess, in that 07 per cent. of the riders ...

    Article : 614 words
  16. GOD IN HISTORY.

    "The histroy of the world," said the Rev. Francis Mason, at the Methodist Church, South Melbourne, yesterday, "is a proof of the insanity of atheism. Though no man ...

    Article : 231 words
  17. POLICE NEWS.

    Messrs. Charles and Percival Darvall, dealers and wicker-workers, of 8 Wright street. East Prahran, have reported to the Criminal investigation department the robbery from their [?]dence of £103 in ...

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  18. GEELONG CHAMPIONSHIP.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—Capt. W. B. Tunbridge, the young aviator, who has been playing such fine golf since his return from the front, scored yet another success on Saturday by winning a ...

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  19. HAWTHORN'S LUCK.

    Brighton had a sensational afternoon, when they met Hawthorn. The team were black armbands out of respect to the memory of W. Ethell, one of the players, who died on Friday, and of the sister ...

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  20. WON IN THE LAST QUARTER.

    There were about 15,000 spectators at Collingwood, and they were wrought to a high pitch of excitement by a game which was in doubt right up to the last 10 minutes. It was, however, to some ...

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  21. CHRIST'S SECOND COMING.

    In his sermon at Scots Church yesterday the Rev. W. Borland referred to the clear indication in the New Testament of Christ's second coming on earth, thought the day ...

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  22. CLOSE, BUT UNINTERESTING.

    There was [?] poor attendance at the Port Melbourne ground to see the return match, Port Melbourne v. Prahran. The Port Melbourne included l4 returned soldiers. The game lacked interest, ...

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  23. PAYMENT FOR CHURCH WINDOWS

    A case to determine liability for payment for stained glass windows other materials supplied for St. Joseph's Church, Elsternwick, was heard before Judge ...

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  24. BRUNSWICK SURPRISED.

    A fairly large attendance witnessed an exciting game at Williamstown, where the locals met Br[?]swick, who anticipated an easy win, but suffered a big surprise. The game was evenly contested ...

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  26. Club Competitions.

    ELSTERNWICK.—A mixed foursomes competition attracted a large entry. Scoring was very close. Max Shaw and Miss Lindley were out in 43, a good score for their handicap, but a poor home ...

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  27. OUR GREAT PASSOVER.

    At the Lygon street Church of Chirst yesterday castor J. E. Thomas, president of the Council of Churches, took his text from [?] Cor[?]ans, 5—7, "Christ our ...

    Article : 239 words
  28. GOOD GOAL KICKING.

    Footscray and Essendon had a good game for three quarters, and then Essendon fell away, only scoring one point in the final te[?], while Footscray put on 6 goals 1 behind. Altogether 24 goals were ...

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  29. JUNIOR LEAGUE.

    Collingwood, 25 goals 14 behinds, bea[?] Ri[?][?], 7 goals 11 behinds, Carlton District, 5 goals 10 behinds, were beaten by University, 8 goals 11 behinds. ...

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  30. A DISCREDITABLE GAME.

    The games between Essendon and St. Kilda, played on the St. Kilda ground, proved one of the few exceptions in a season which thus far has been noted for the fair and sportsm[?] character of ...

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  31. JOHN BUNYAN.

    Last night, at the Independent Church, the Rev. J. E. James delivered his monthly sermon lecture, the subject being "John Bunyan." The preacher said that many of ...

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  32. JUNIOR ASSOCIATION

    Camberwell, 5 goals 6 behinds, lost to Port Melbourne, 10 goals 11 behinds. Williamstown, 17 goals 23 behinds, beat p[?][?] 1 goal 4 behinds. ...

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  33. GENERAL SESSIONS.

    In the Court of General Sessions on Friday before Judge [?] a young man named [?] [?] was placed on trial of a charge of conspiring with two other men to [?] a retured solider named Allan ...

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  34. MELBOURNE DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION

    Northcote, 14 goals '9 behinds, beat Hawthorn, 10 goals. 6 behinds. Brunswick, 17 goals 13 behinds, beat Richmo[?] District, 2 goals 5 behinds. ...

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  35. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    The first round in competition for the Dockerty cup was played on Saturday. Footscray Thistle beat Albert Park by 2 goals to 1. Thomas, as centre-forward, proved ...

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  37. FURRIER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

    At the Prahran Court on Saturday, before Mr. Kelley, P.M., and Mr. Lavery, J. P., James Joseph [?] furrier was committed for trial on a charge of having fel[?]usly recevied a lady's gold ...

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  38. Another Record by Kirkwood.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—At Manly on Saturday in good golting weather, a 36-hole stroke competition took place, open to amat[?]urs and professionals. Contrary to expectations Kirkwood did ...

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  40. WANGARATTA GOLF CLUB.

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  41. GOOD GAME AT GEELONG.

    In favourable conditions Geelong and Carlton gave a fine display of fast, open football at Geelong, where [?]re was a fairly large gathering. Haughton [?]appeared, with Carlton. Three ...

    Article : 456 words
  42. Family Notices

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