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  2. FOOTBALL.

    The matches played on Saturday settled all doubt as to the four clubs which will compete in the fnals, viz., Carlton, Richmond, Collingwood, and Geelong. It is still possible for Melbourne, who ...

    Article : 191 words
  3. EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS.

    It is only three months since the Victorian artists hold their autumn exhibition, and judging by the collection at the spring exhibition which is to be opened at the ...

    Article : 975 words
  4. Display Advertising

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    Advertising : 466 words
  5. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    Fullers' Dramatic Company, headed by Miss Nellie Bramley and Mr. Austen Milroy, scored another success on Saturday with a new melodrama entitled "The ...

    Article : 335 words
  6. DISMISSED BANK OFFICER.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Full Court today unanimously dismissed the application of the Bank of New South Wales, for a writ of prohibition to restrain further ...

    Article : 279 words
  7. A SPIRITED GAME.

    There was a good attendance at Glenferrie, where Hawthorn were opposed to Prahran. After the first quarter, in which Hawthorn, owing chiefly to the excellent form of W. Gambetts and ...

    Article : 183 words
  8. PREMIERSHIP LIST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 87 words
  9. VENTILATION OF THEATRES.

    "Fresh Air," in a letter published on Saturday, complained of the foul atmosphere of a city picture theatre and the absence of ventilation "between ...

    Article : 251 words
  10. JUNIOR LEAGUE.

    Fitzroy, 14-19. beat Melbourne, 4-4. Despite the fact that Melbourne started, the game with 14 players, they put up a very creditable performance, and the game was not nearly as one-sided as the ...

    Article : 221 words
  11. THE ASSOCIATION.

    The games on Saturday effectively settled two points—Footscray's superiority over Port Melbourne and Williamstown's claim to inclusion in the final four at the expense of Northcote. It is ...

    Article : 214 words
  12. VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES.

    Hector St. Clair, the fiddling comedian, continues to provide the most popular turn in the Tivoli programme, his quiet humour keeping him in high favour with the ...

    Article : 585 words
  13. TAKINGS AND ATTENDANCES.

    The record crowd for Geelong of 24,000 people and the 15,000 at attendance at Footscray helped to swell the totals on Saturday. The records were:- Match. Attendance. Takings. ...

    Article : 71 words
  14. JUNIOR ASSOCIATION.

    Positions of clubs:—Preston, 6O points; Port Melbourne, 56 points; North Melbourne, 52 points; Williamstown, 50 points; Yarraville, 48 points; South Melbourne. 22 points; Essendon, 18 points; ...

    Article : 368 words
  15. COLLINGWOOD V. ST. KILDA.

    The report of this match, won by Collingwood by 12 goals 7 behinds to 10 goals 7 behinds, will be found on page 7. ...

    Article : 28 words
  16. RICHMOND'S EXCEPTIONAL FORM.

    If any team is capable of showing finer football than Richmond did against Essendon on Saturday, it should be good enough to win this year's pennant. Richmond are finishing the ...

    Article : 714 words
  17. SUGAR CONTROL.

    Sir,—Fruitgrowers in asking for their supplies of sugar at world's parity are not seeking any concession, but merely to be allowed to manufacture on a pre-war ...

    Article : 934 words
  18. FOOTSCRAY'S REVENGE.

    Port Melbourne went to Footscray on Saturday with a large following, expecting to repeat their performance of earlier in the season, when they beat Footscray, but they returned de[?]ated and ...

    Article : 833 words
  19. METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION FINAL.

    The final of the Metropolitan Association was played at the University Oval on Saturday afternoon, between the University A and B teams, the game being fast and even. Final scores:— ...

    Article : 87 words
  20. SENIOR CADETS.

    In the semi-final on Saturdays Hawthorn, 5 goals 5 behinds, beat Westgarth, 4 goals 5 behinds. ...

    Article : 19 words
  21. PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATIONS.

    The first semi-final for the premiership attracted one of the largest gates for the season. Golden Point scored a couple of goals early in the first quarter, and Ballarat throughout were battling hard but ...

    Article : 533 words
  22. LAWN TENNIS.

    The positions of the leading teams remain unchanged, South Yarra and M.C.C. being at the head of the list. M.C.C.. however, had a fairly close call against Grace Park, although they ...

    Article : 1,035 words
  23. CARLTON VICTORIOUS.

    Geelong's run of victories on their own ground was checked by Carlton, who prevailed in a hard fought contest. A record crowd of about 24,000 people witnessed the game, which was only ...

    Article : 628 words
  24. "CHU CHIN CHOW."

    The announcement is made by J. C. Williamson Ltd. that "Chu Chin Chow" is to be reproduced at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday of next week for a few nights. The box-plan ...

    Article : 684 words
  25. NORTHCOTE ELIMINATED.

    A victory by 64 points was Willamstown's decisive way of beating Northcote for a position in the final four. The seasiders, after the first quarter, outclassed their oppoents,and there was little ...

    Article : 437 words
  26. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    The replayed final, between N. and D. and the Submarine Depot, for the Possession of the Dockerty Cup drew a large crowd to the Spotswood ground a hard and fast game leaving N. and D. Victorious ...

    Article : 278 words
  27. TROUBLE AFTER FOOTBALL MATCH.

    Before Judge Dethbridge, in the County Court on Friday, Thomas Howard Ashton, of Douglas street, South Melbourne, wool stacker, sued George Neuchew of Buckhurst street, South Melbourne, wharf ...

    Article : 366 words
  28. ADELAIDE MATCHES.

    ADELAIDE.—The League football matches on Saturday resulted:—Port Adelaide, 16—15, beat South Adelaide, 7—8; Norwood, 8—12, bear North Adelaide, 7—6. ...

    Article : 23 words
  29. THE RUGBY GAME.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Sunday.—New Zealand were badly beaten in the test match at Christchurch with New South Wales by 17 to nil. The Springboks defeated a combined Hawkes ...

    Article : 45 words
  30. EXCITEMENT AT FITZROY.

    In the presence of about 8,000 spectators at Fitzroy, and after a close and exciting finish, Melbourne beat the home team by a point, and settled their claim to inclusion in the finals. ...

    Article : 667 words
  31. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    With the exception of A. E. McMillan, M. V. Boyd, and M. F. Larkin, the Victorian representatives for the forthcoming Australasian 10-mile crosscountry championship had their last run together ...

    Article : 127 words
  32. BRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON.

    Very little interest was shown by the few people who visited the Brunswick ground on Saturday for the home team's match with Brighton. The "maggies" lost no time in scoring five goals in ...

    Article : 220 words
  33. JERILDERIE FIRST ANNUAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT.

    Entries, 5/ single events, 7/6 each pair, double events. ENTRIES CLOSE with Secretary on THURSDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER, 1921, Prizes for all events. ...

    Article : 98 words
  34. FOOTBALLER'S KNEECAP FRACTURED.

    BALLARAT, Sunday.—While playing football on Saturday afternoon A. Young aged 21 years, a member of the South City club. fell and fractured his kneecap. ...

    Article : 18 words
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