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BILLIARDS. ROBERTS V. MITCHELL. On Saturday night the match in which Koberts con- ceded W. Mitchell 4,500 points start in a contest of 12,000 up, spot-barred, for a stake of £100 aside, which had been in progress at the Billiard-hall, Argyle-street, Regent-circus, throughout the week, was eoncludea. The contest was of a very interesting and exciting char- acter throughout. On Wednesday Roberts compiled a magnificent break of 604, which is a best on record, the next best being the 534 made by the same player a few weeks ago; Roberts on Friday also made 360. Mitchell's best contribution during the first five days was 236. Some interesting play on Saturday was witnessed, and car- ried the figures to Roberts, n.829; Mitchell, 11,806, when the former, amidst, great enthusiasm, ran out with an unfinished break of 171. a winner by 294 points. COOK V. DOWLAND. On Saturday evening the match in which Cook con- ceded Dowland 1,000 points in 4,000, spot-barred, was brought to a close at the Westminster Aquarium. Dow- land won by 32b points.

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