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  2. SPORTING.

    Findon Harriers meet at Woolert: Melbourne Gun Club meeting at North Brighton; coursing—Comedy King Challenge Stake meeting at Werribee (thrid day), Lake Bolac (second day), Charlton (second ...

    Article : 42 words
  3. MONETARY AND MINING.

    The Premier of New South Wales has something to explain in connection with the statement that London financial circles doubt the assertion that he has arranged to ...

    Article : 1,513 words
  4. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Particulars have recently been issued by the Department of Agriculture for Ireland to show the trade in imports and exports at Irish ports during 1919, these being ...

    Article : 2,048 words
  5. NEWCASTLE STEEL WORKS.

    As a result of industrial troubles, operations at the Broken Hill Proprietary Company's steel works at Newcastle were again interrupted during the company's financial year ended May 30. ...

    Article : 747 words
  6. ADELAIDE GUINEAS ACCEPTANCES.

    Adelaide Guineas. One mile.—Trusvale, 8.10; Leachim, 8.10; Llewellyn, 8.10; King Ingoda 8.10; The Storm, 8.10; Championship Chief, 8.10; Chief T[?], 8.10; Amberiod, 8.10; Pistolator, 8.10; ...

    Article : 45 words
  7. FOOTBALL.

    The League premiership competition will be resumed to-morrow, after a break of a fortnight to allow the Victorian team to take part in the Australian football carnival in Western Australia. ...

    Article : 480 words
  8. FIRM'S REPORT.

    Gippland and Northern Co-op Co Ltd., 492-[?] Flinders land Melbourne report (Aug. l8):—"[?]er —There is active local and export demand and the market was advanced by [?]. per 1b. on Monday ...

    Article : 660 words
  9. BENDIGO WEIGHTS.

    Hurdle Race. Two miles.—Sartrille, 11.7; Didsbury, 10.12; Silver Spear 10.10; Vocal King, 10.8; Tanbelliana, 10.4; Byrnite, 10.2; Cooliel, 9.12; Gannawarra, 9.12; Footminster 9.11; Earl Donald, ...

    Article : 333 words
  10. Racing Notes.

    Some notable candidates for the important spring events are among the acceptors for the V. R. C. August Meeting at Flemington to-morrow. Fileds will be of good ...

    Article : 847 words
  11. LONDON SHARE QUOTATIONS.

    LONDON, Aug. 17;—Broken Hill Proprietary, b 37/6, s 38/1. ...

    Article : 15 words
  12. THE METAL MARKET.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  13. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    SYDNEY. Thurday—Today's sales and quotations:—Bonds 4[?] per cent. 19[?] £90/15/, £60 16/3, £90/17/6; do. (£10). £9/[?]/6; [?] per cent. 1927. £[?]. £90/10; do. (£10). £9/[?]/6; 5 per ...

    Article : 388 words
  14. FITZROY ACCEPTANCES.

    Fitzroy Purse. Nine furlongs.—First Division— [?]op Challange, 11.7; Brother Jim. 11.7; Pylo 10.13; Cherry Plum, 10.12; Blackport 10.10; Cains 10.9; Breeze, 10.7; Booroondal 10.3; First Dividend 10.3; ...

    Article : 560 words
  15. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    Tlie revenue collected at the Custom House on Auugst l8 amounted to:—Revenue, £24.053/12/5; light dues, £115/7/; trust account, £445/[?]/6; pilotage. £4/7/6; State, £44/17/; wharfage. £ [?] ...

    Article : 29 words
  16. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

    SYDNEY, Thureday.—Eggs—Hen. new-laid. 1/10; pullets, l/6; case, 1/[?] a dozen; duck; new-laid. 1/[?]; care, 1/6 a dozen, Flour, £20/7/[?] a ton net cash at mill, 5/ a ton extra for booking and delivery. ...

    Article : 214 words
  17. THE SHARE MARKET.

    Commonwealth Government securities were rather more active, while prices held at about recent rats. The 5 per cents. due 1923 firmed a trifle, buyers at £96/17/6 ...

    Article : 628 words
  18. PUBLIC SCHOOLS' MATCH.

    Special interest was taken in the match between Wesley College and Xavier College on the Melbourne Cricket-ground yesterday. There were about 5,000 spectators. Xavier had tied with ...

    Article : 511 words
  19. BALLARAT.

    NEW LANCH had purchase at the improved rate of 6/, and further supply at that figure was wanted. LANGI S. also firmed, and were taken up at up to ?. In AJAX N. there was turnover ...

    Article : 179 words
  20. PROPOSED ONION POOL.

    Inspired by the Victorian Farmers' Union, and backed by three co-operative companies, strenuous efforts are being made to fasten upon onion growers a ...

    Article : 571 words
  21. SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—About 29,400 sheep were forward at the Homebush live steek sales today the quality being very good. The market was very dull and decidedly c[?]eaper. Prime merino wethes. ...

    Article : 134 words
  22. HUNTING.

    The Findon Harriers will meet at Woolert postoffice, Woodstock road, at 12 noon to-day. A special train will leave Spencer street at 10.30 a. m. for Epping, leaving the latter place on ...

    Article : 19 words
  23. BENDIGO.

    Sales were made in NEW RED, WHITE, AND BLUE at 13/7, and they closed a fraction firmer. After providing for the fortnight's expenditure of £1,427, there was a credit balance of £122. Messrs. ...

    Article : 363 words
  24. STATION PRODUCE REPORT.

    Melbourne Woolbrokers' Association (Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd., Australian Mercantile Land, and Finance Co. Ltd., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., (Goldsbrough, Mort[?] and Co. Ltd., ...

    Article : 564 words
  25. BILLIARDS.

    Games to-night—E. Rowell (rec. 70) v. "Skysail" (rec. 100); F. Gorry (rec. 120) v. H. Jackman (rec. 85). Result of games.—E. Comerford d. B. Coglan by 17; F. Gorry d. [?]. Bitton by 17. ...

    Article : 41 words
  26. CRICKET.

    The annual meeting of the Melbourne Cricket Club will be held on Friday, September 9, at the Athenaum Hall, Collins street, at 8 o'clock. Nominations for oflice-bearers, committee, and two ...

    Article : 67 words
  27. GOLF.

    RIVERSDALE.—Three events were played on Wednesday. The ladies' championship was won by Mrs. Galbraith, with 101—94—92 = 287. Mrs. Brash wa second, 96—96—101 = 293, and Mrs. ...

    Article : 163 words
  28. QUEENSLAND GOLDFIELDS.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—When the Minister for Mines (Mr. Jones) was in Charters Towers a few weeks ago he received reports from miners at the Mount Coolan goldfields, 160 miles from Charters ...

    Article : 75 words
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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,239 words
  30. British Association Game.

    The conference of the Commonwealth Football Association, which has been proceeding for the last three days in the Victorian Amateur Athletic Association's rooms, came to an end yesterday, ...

    Article : 180 words
  31. LATEST SYDENY SCRATCHINGS

    A. J. C. Derby.—Acquittance, Wirrahlli, Polygamy, Malay. The Metropolitn.—Acquitance A. J. C. St. Leger.—Polygamy. ...

    Article : 48 words
  32. ROWING.

    The Banks Rowing Club will hold scratch pairoared races over the usual short course to-morrow afternoon. ...

    Article : 18 words
  33. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    The Caulfield racecourse and boyond will be the scene of the 10 mile Victorian cross-country championship to-morrow. There are 13 teams competing, representing 156 individual competitors. While ...

    Article : 94 words
  34. NORTH BROKEN HILL RETURN

    The North Broken Hill Limited reports production for the month of July as under:—1,200 tons lead concentrate, averaging 65 per cent. lead, and 1.170 tons zinc concentrate, averaging 48 per cent. ...

    Article : 19 words
  35. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

    There was an early clearance of all vegetable produce at following rates:—Artichokes, 2/6 to 8/ per half-case; beetroot, 2/ to 3/ per dozen bunchers; beet. silver. 1/6 to 2/6 do.; cabbages, 3/ to 12/ per dozen: ...

    Article : 633 words
  36. V.R.C. ACCEPTANCES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 364 words
  37. BROKEN [?] PROPRIETARY.

    The operations of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited for the twelve months ended May 31 included only two months' work at the mine at Broken Hill. During that time 3.875 tons of ...

    Article : 13 words
  38. THE GUN.

    Thomas E. Sands writes to say that the report of shooting at the Melbourne grounds, supplied to us and published in The Argus" on Monday, was incorrect. He states that he, Harry Miller. ...

    Article : 87 words
  39. FAIRFIELD BOOTSHOP THREAT.

    An incident which occurred in a bootshop at Fairfield on the night of July 20 was a subject of conisideration in the Criminal Court yesterday when, before Mr. Justice McArthur, John Hand ...

    Article : 288 words
  40. TIN YIELDS.

    Asam Kumbang, F.M.S.—For fortnight:—Worked 292 hours. treated 57,000 cubic yards for 16 tons tin exide; realised £1,410. Previous fortnight:—Worked 257 hours, treated 48,500 cubic yards for [?] tons ...

    Article : 169 words
  41. BURNETT LANDS.

    Officialdom is blocking the development of the Burnett and Dawnon lands in Queensland[?] according to Mr. Jowett, M. H. R., who returned to Melbourne yesterday, after a ...

    Article : 274 words
  42. TO-DAY.

    At 1.—Starling sweeps, four and six birds, followed by starling and pigeon competitions. Similar programme Tuesday. Saturday, August 27.—Staling Handicap, £30; ...

    Article : 32 words
  43. COURSING.

    WERRIBEE, Thursday.—The Comedy king Challenge Stakes meeting of the Werribee Coursing Club was continued today. In the first ties of the grand challenge stakes, Warilda, who recently ...

    Article : 204 words
  44. Classified Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 95 words
  45. HEIDELBERG TO ELTHAM.

    Sir,—Would it not be possible for the train scheduled to leave Heidelberg for Eltham 7.1 p.m. to leave at 6.55 p.m.? This would allow ample time for changing from ...

    Article : 94 words
  46. MINING NOTES.

    The managerr report:- Christmas Gift Countmudndra, 13th,—Mill ran 174 hours to fornight ending August 13. Good [?]re being broken from 142ft. level N., also from ...

    Article : 116 words
  47. STAWELL COURSING CLUB.

    CLASS STAKE, [?] all ages, at £2/2/ each. Conditions:—For dogs that have not won more than £5 on an enclosure.(No restrictions open dogs.) OPEN STAKE, 8 all ages, at £2/2 cash. PUPPY ...

    Article : 77 words
  48. TREATMENT OF SEWAGE.

    At a meeting of the sewage committee of the Metropolitan Board of Works on Thursday. Dr. M. Neilson gave an address, in which be outlined the details of his system ...

    Article : 94 words
  49. COUNTRY STOCK MARKETS.

    WODONGA (Aug. 16).—the Wodonga Agents (Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Younghusband Ltd. New Zealand Loan and M.A. Co. Ltd., Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Co., and Moore and ...

    Article : 373 words
  50. CARISBROOK TURF CLUB. SPRING MEETING.

    1. TRIAL HANDICAP, of £10. Five furlongs. Nom.. 10/. 2. CARISBROOK HANDICAP, of £30. One mile. Nom.. 10/: accept., 15/. ...

    Article : 85 words
  51. BRIGHTON GAS COMPANY.

    The sixty-ninth half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the Brighton Gas Company was held last night. The chairman (Mr. Adamson, M. L. C.) presided. The report showed that the sales of [?] ...

    Article : 178 words
  52. MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.

    How plants are supplied with food and moisture by the most ingenious system of tube-structure was clearly explained by means of the lantern at the monthly meeting of the society on Tuesday ...

    Article : 230 words
  53. WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB.

    The following stakes will be competed for, including the Grand Finals:—Bracelet—Comedy King, Charlie Orr. Vice President's—McLeman, Collier, Monopole. Supplementary and Farewell ...

    Article : 92 words
  54. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 208 words
  55. DO YOU OWN RACEHORSES?

    The 1920-21 Edition will be Ready About Aug. 24. As a Chronicle of the Turf and a Book of Reference on all matters in which Racing Men are concerned it is invaluable. ...

    Article : 113 words
  56. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

    Thomas David Walsh, contractor, or Coburg, on the change of having need a turee in circumstances involving [?]elty on July 19 was fined £5 and costs, in default 1[?] days' imprisonment at the ...

    Article : 124 words
  57. PROPERTY SALES.

    E. J. Vincent, auctioneer, 408-410 Colling street. reports having sold 351 acres on accaunt of E. P. Bedwell of Clyde, at £27 per acre, to a South Gippsland purchaser. ...

    Article : 23 words
  58. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION.

    While Special inquiry Officer J. D. White was walking across the Melbourne railway yards on Tuesday night he saw an employee carrying something under his coat. At the City Police Court ...

    Article : 73 words
  59. WALL FALLS ON MEN.

    ALBURY (N.S.W.). Thursday.—William Franks and John Charles Coster were seriously injured, owing to the wall of a house falling on them at Georogery to-day. They were re-[?]cting a ...

    Article : 8 words
  60. STABBING AFFRAY.

    In the City Court on Wednesday. Mr. E. Notley Moore, P. M., committed E[?] i[?]ela, an Italian for trial on a charge of having stabbed John Hurley a sallor on August 4. He Pleased not gulity. ...

    Article : 68 words
  61. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 40 words
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