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  • CRICKET. OATLANDS CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. OATLANDS, September 25.

    The annual meeting of the Oatlands Cricket Club was held last evening, Mr. Clyde Gibson presiding, and, judging by the interest shown, there should be ... [Article] (348 words)
  • UPPER DERWENT ASSOCIATION. SUCCESSFUL SEASON ANTICIPATED

    If enthusiasm foretells success then the Upper Derwent Cricket Association should have a most successful season, as at the adjourned meeting of ... [Article] (200 words)
  • HUNTING GROUND CLUB.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (106 words)
  • FEDERAL CLUB.

    The annual meeting of members of the Federal Cricket Club was sheld on Wednesday night in the presence of a large number of members. Mr. F. Rose presided. ... [Article] (171 words)
  • TO-MORROW'S MATCHES.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (74 words)
  • TENNIS. HARD COURT CHAMPIONSHIP. DEFEAT OF A NEW ZEALANDER. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, September 24.

    In the Hard Court Tennis Championship at Rochampton to-day Wheatley beat Peacock, the New Zealander, 6—6, 6—[?]. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • TEN BEST PLAYERS. VIEWS OF WALLIS MYERS. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, September 24.

    Mr. Wallis Myers, the special lawn tennis correspondent of the "Daily Telegrph," in an article in that paper places the world's ten best tennis ... [Article] (183 words)
  • RIFLE SHOOTING. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES.

    The first shoot in B series, Sandy Bay Club, over ranges 500,[?] [?] [?] [?] take place to-morrow afternoon. The Metropolitan Club's B series match, ... [Article] (56 words)
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  • ANNUAL MEETING OF SANDY BAY CLUB. ALDERMAN NETTLEFOLD ELECTED PRESIDENT.

    The 17th annual meeting of the Sandy Bay Bowling Club was held at the A.I.F. Club-rooms last night. There was a good attendance of members, presided over by ... [Article] (904 words)
  • BOWLING[?] (Notes by "Leader.")

    Bowlers will welcome the announcement that, commencing with this issue, we have arranged to devote a column each week to matters of general interest to players, ... [Article] (1345 words)
  • GOLF. SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP. PLAYED TO-MORROW. EIGHT TROPHIES TO BE WON.

    The amateur golf championship of Southern Tasmania will be played on the Hobart Club's links to-morrow, under the auspices of the Southern Tasmanian Golf ... [Article] (230 words)
  • BOTHWELL CLUB.

    The Bothwell Club championship, 36 holes, stroke play, was played on the Bothwell links on Wednesday, and after a close finish was won by B. F. Hirst by ... [Article] (244 words)
  • A.B.C. AT LAUNCESTON. ANNUAL MEETING. LAUNCESTON, September 25.

    Mr, H. Crawford, president, took the chair at the annual meeting of the A.B.C. Bowling Club, which was held to-night. The committee, in the course of their ... [Article] (237 words)
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  • THE TURF. GENERAL NOTES.

    Maltway has returned to W. Matthews's stable at Elwick after a lengthy spell in the New Norfolk district. By Maltage from Subway, this gelding is a fulll brother ... [Article] (415 words)
  • ELWICK TRACK NOTES.

    A strong northerly gale was blowing across the course at Elwick yesterday morning, which had a detrimental effect on those horses sent against the watch, ... [Article] (439 words)
  • BALLARAT MINERS' MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR SECOND DAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (293 words)
  • NORTHERN NOTES. TO-MORROW'S T.T.C. MEETING. WORK AT MOWBRAY. RIDERS AND SELECTIONS. LAUNCESTON, September 25.

    The sand track at Mowbray this morning was in a bad state in places after the heavy rain, and several horses that are holding engagements for Saturday's ... [Article] (572 words)
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  • PROBABLE RIDERS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (199 words)
  • SELECTIONS.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (37 words)
  • GENERAL NOTES.

    Doubtful starters at Mowbray are Arabian Knight, Remford, Sanglamore, Sheila Prophet, Delphinium, The Boundman, and Royal Cruiser. ... [Article] (55 words)
  • MAINLAND NOTES. MELBOURNE. To-morrow's Meeting. MELBOURNE, September 25.

    Owing to the near approach of the Cups, considerable interest will attach to the racing at Moonee Valley on Saturday. The sport opens with the Hurdle Race. ... [Article] (520 words)
  • PREPOST BETTING.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (154 words)
  • CAULFIELD CUP.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (71 words)
  • TRACK NOTES.

    There was nothing startling done at Caulfield this morning. On the tan Wynette worked serviceably. S[?] covered a mile at three-quarter pace. ... [Article] (252 words)
  • GENERAL NOTES.

    J. H. Flanagan, the Adelaide spor[?]man. purchased five yearlings at the recent Dublin sales. The youngsters are on their way to Adelaide. They are a ...
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