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  3. LAWN TENNIS.

    At a late hour on Saturday it seemed highly probable that Victoria would be unable to get together a team of six players to represent her in the interstate match in Sydney, to be played on ...

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  4. FOOTBALL.

    League and Association clubs played their final practice matches on Saturday in the presence of many thousands of spectators, who evinced a keen interest in ...

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  6. ASSOCIATION ACTIVE.

    From the time that the League took three Associatior clubs into its ranks interest in Association football has revived, until it ia now douhtful if it ever has been exceeded. On every ...

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  7. Victorian Juniors.

    The following associations have notified the Victorian Junior Football Association of their atfliiation for the ensuing season and asking for field umpires:—Bourke and Evelyn. Berwick, ...

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  8. Ballarat Matches.

    BALLART.—The association prcmicrbhip matches were commenced on Saturday. East established a good lead against North City in the first quarter and continued to increase their ...

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  9. Matches in the Country.

    ARARAT.—The Ararat and Murtoa football teams played a match at the Alexandra sports ground on saturday. Ararat won by 19 goals 12 behinds to 10 goals 5 behinds. Taylor kicked ...

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  10. Notes from the Clubs.

    MELBOURNE supporters and officials have been dilighted with the fine practice matches that have been played, but the final on Saturday between the old and new players waa a delightful ...

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  11. Country Matches.

    BALLARAT.—An association premiership match was played by Y.M.C.A. and South Ballarat. Scores —C. Grills and N. Grills (Y.M.C.A.) d. McLean and A. A. Marx, 6·1, 6·2; McConnon and Madderm ...

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  12. BRUNSWICK GRANDSTAND.

    Brunswick's new grandstand was officially opened by the mayor of Brunswick (Councilor F. Wimpney) on Saturday afternoon during an interval in the pratice match between the ...

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  13. SYDNEY TOURNAMENT.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The final of the City of Sydney lawn tennis tournament were played on Saturday. The singles championship was won by J. Willard, who defeated R. O. Cummings, ...

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  14. CROQUET.

    The Victorian Croquet Association conducted the usual A. B, and C pennant competitions on Saturday. Results:- A Section.—Elsternwick d. Glenferri Hill. 3·2; ...

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  15. HIT WITH HAMMER.

    With a deep cut on the head, James Martin, aged 54 years, of Brunswick street, Fitzroy, was taken to the Melbourne Hospital on Saturday evening. After having been treated, he was sent to the Alfred ...

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