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  2. BRAN AND POLLARD.

    Having ascertained that 2,144 tons of bran and pollard were exported from Victoria since January 1, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Oman) has decided that ...

    Article : 327 words
  3. CATHOLIC FEDERATION.

    A farewell concert was given to Archbishop Mannix in the Exhibition Building last night by the Australian Catholic Federation, in conjuction with the Catholic ...

    Article : 388 words
  4. SPORTING CABLES.

    The Newmarket Second Spring Meeting was opened to-day, when the Newmarket Stake a race for three-year-olds, which usually throws, a good deal of light ...

    Article : 360 words
  5. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

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  6. SPORTING.

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  7. BUTTER AND CHEESE.

    Declaring that he was a strong opponent to the duplication of public services, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Oman) staetd yesterday that he believed that there was ...

    Article : 321 words
  8. CHURCH UNION.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Methodist General Conference to-day, with only two dissentient votes, agreed to a motion moved by the Rev. Dr. Morley rejoicing in cordial ...

    Article : 183 words
  9. Notes and Comments.

    Football legislators and managers are pleased at the condition of the game. In each club there is a large Increase in the number of members, and, with the larger attendances, the financial position ...

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  10. BEETHOVEN FESTIVAL.

    The fourth concert of the Verbrugghen orchestra at the Town Hall last night was rather short—it finsihed at about 20 minutes to 10—but it was delightful. There were ...

    Article : 941 words
  11. ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT.

    Before Judge Williams, in the County Court yesterday, Charles Burke, of 182 Bourke street, boot merchant, sued Chidzey Rogers and Co., of 210 Alexandra parade, Clifton Hill, boot ...

    Article : 199 words
  12. INTERSTATE BOWING.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—The interstate championship rowing contests to be decided on Saturday are looked forward to with great interest. The weather is typical Queensland winter weather, and all the ...

    Article : 84 words
  13. A COUNTERFEIT FLORIN.

    Ralph Fitch was charged, before Messrs. E. Coulson (chairman), C. A. Berglund, and W. Ball, J.P.'s, in the Collingwood Police Court yesterday, with having endeavoured to impose on John Ziegler. ...

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  15. QUEENSLAND PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—A large crowd witnessed the final of the Queensland Bowling Association's pairs championship this afternoon, on the last Brisbane green, between Bulcock and ...

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  16. ELSTERNWICK TOURNAMENT.

    The following were the results of yesterday's play in connection with the Elsternwick Croquet Club's tournament:—Mrs. Bailey d. Mrs. Prendergast, Messrs. Allatt and White d. Mr. Curtois and ...

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  17. MILK PROSECUTION.

    Jessie E. Johnston was charged in the Collingwood Police Court on Wednesday with having sold through her servent milk which was adulterated. Hiliary Price, Government analyst, stated, that there was ...

    Article : 57 words
  18. ROWING.

    The Yarra, Yarra Rowing Club will hold pairoared races to-morrow for trophies presented by their vice-president. Mr. J. Peers. The race will be held over the usual club course, finishing in ...

    Article : 96 words
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