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  2. FOOTBALL IN COUNTRY.

    BALLARAT, Saturday.—Ballarat had its first taste of football for the season to-day, when a match was played between Golden Point and Kyneton at the Eastern oval. There was only a small attendance. ...

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  3. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    The G. V. Lansell fours among members of Golden Square fire brigade was decided on Saturday afternoon in the presence of a large number of spectators. The wining ...

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  4. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    On going to their store early on Saturday morning Messrs. Tinney Bros., of Bungaree, discovered that a side window had been forced and the shop robbed of £20 ...

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  5. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    Delayed by rough weather round the Victorian coast the steamer Coolana did not reach port till Saturday afternoon. The steamer was expected on Friday afternoon, ...

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  6. NEW ZEALAND POTATOES.

    DAYLESFORD, Sunday.—Potatogrowers throughout the Ballarat district, from Trentham to Bungaree, met at Daylesford yesterday to lodge a united protest ...

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  7. COUNTRY PAGE

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Unrestricted export of batter to the United Kingdom is to continue. In making this announcement on Saturday, the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

    Article : 513 words
  8. FARMERS' PROTECTION.

    OUYEN, Sunday.—"We are not out to cause trouble, but even the greatest coward will fight when his back is against the wall, and that is where the farmers are ...

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  9. BENAMBRA ELECTORATE.

    To inaugurate an organising compaign by the United Australia party in the Benambra electorate, a conference of branches of the Australian Women's ...

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  10. LONGWOOL SHEEP.

    WAGGA (N.S.W.), Friday.—The executive of the Australian Longwool Sheepbreeders' Association, at its meeting to-day, discussed compulsory tattooing of registered ...

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  11. MILDURA RAILWAY EXCURSION.

    The Railways department announced on Saturday that because of the patronage attracted by [?] cheap excursion to Mildura, Irymple, and Red [?]ds on Monday, May 8, it had been decided to ...

    Article : 159 words
  12. BABY SHOW AT LEONGATHA.

    LEONGATHA, Sunday.—A successful baby show in connection with the princess carnival, in aid of the recreation reserve, was held. Sisters Hine, McKie, and Taylor acted as judges. Awards:— ...

    Article : 99 words
  13. News from Cities and Towns

    There was a large attendance at the funeral of Mr. Albert E. [?]unne, who died suddenly at the racecourse on Thursday. District racing clubs [?] other sporting organisations were ...

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  14. BUSH FIRE BRIGADES.

    WANGARATTA, Sunday.—The annual meeting of the North-Eastern council of the Victorian Bush Fire Brigades Association was held at Wangaratta on Friday ...

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  15. HORTICULTURAL SHOWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,363 words
  16. SOUTH GIPPSLAND BUTTER CO.

    YARRAM, Sunday.—At the half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the South Gippsland Creamery and Butter Factory Co. Ltd., Yarram, the balance-sheet showed ...

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  17. WHEAT SUBSIDY.

    ALBURY, Friday.—As a result of representations made on behalf of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, the Minister for Commerce (Mr. Stewart) has ...

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  18. SOLDIERS' REUNIONS.

    About 200 returned soldier members of the Commercial Travellers' Club met at the club on Saturday evening for the annual reunion held in connection with Anzac Day. Those who attended ...

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  19. Collingwood Ties With Preston.

    The surprise of the day in the series of games in the third round of the Soccer League competition was the performance of Collingwood, which played a drawn game with the [?]rong Preston team at ...

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  20. COUNTRY SPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 629 words
  21. STORE DAMAGED BY FIRE.

    CAMPERDOWN, Sunday.—The general store of George Horsburgh Pty. Ltd., Manifold street, was severely damaged by fire this morning. The fire brigade saved the ...

    Article : 51 words
  22. CROPS AND PASTURES.

    A report issued on Saturday by the Central Weather Bureau states that February was particularly dry over Australia, except in Queensland, where widespread rains in the tropies and a great ...

    Article : 296 words
  23. RIGHT TO TAKE GRAVEL.

    WARRNAMBOOL, Friday.—A case of interest to landowners and contractors was decided by Mr. C. McLean, P.M., sitting as a special Court yesterday. Walter E. McDowell, farmer, of ...

    Article : 268 words
  24. HOLIDAY TRAINS TO GEMBROOK.

    Sir,—Do the Railways Commissioners extend themselves in any way to combat road transport? For instance, what is done at a popular holiday time like Easter, or any ...

    Article : 223 words
  25. BUTTER MARKETING IN ENGLAND.

    Sir,—Points from two letters recently received from England may interest dairy farmers. In a letter from Nottingham, a city with a population of more than a ...

    Article : 195 words
  26. Advertising

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  27. Advertising

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