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  2. ATHLETICS.

    Five junior records were established in the opening events of the State junior track and field championships at University No. 2 Oval on Saturday. A. Button, of Western Suburbs Club, who a week ...

    Article : 670 words
  3. V.A.T.C. RACES.

    Rain marred the opening day of the Victorian Amateur Turf Club's Autumn meeting at Caulfield to-day. The rain began while the horses were at the post for the Federal Stakes, and ...

    Article : 2,611 words
  4. GREYHOUND RACING.

    The Greyhound Coursing association held a meeting at Epping Racecourse on Saturday afternoon. There was a fair attendance, and some excellent racing was seen. Details: ...

    Article : 537 words
  5. BOWLS.

    Metropolitan week starts to-day, with the second round of the singles championship, at 10.30. This will be completed on Tuesday, to determine the four to meet the country four for the State ...

    Article : 135 words
  6. GAWLER RACES.

    The Gawler races were held to-day in warm weather. There was a fair attendance. Details:- Second-class Plate, about 7½f.—First Division: ...

    Article : 781 words
  7. YACHTING.

    Yachtsmen had another light breeze to contend with on Saturday afternoon, which made the racing slow, and, at times very tedious. The wind come from about due cast, when the racing started, and later ...

    Article : 670 words
  8. THE PENNANT.

    The second pennant of the New South Wales Bowling Association, this season, commenced on soft greens on Saturday. Ryde green was declared to be unplayable, but other greens were open. Ryde's defeat ...

    Article : 2,193 words
  9. MEETING AT CESSNOCK.

    The Cessnock Electric Coursing Association held a meeting with live hares at the Cessnock Show Ground this afternoon. The races were over 300 yards, and concession betting only was in operation. ...

    Article : 336 words
  10. CLUB EVENTS.

    Championships.—Throwing the discus: M. Saar, [?]t 10in, 1; A. H. Saxon, 84ft 10in, 2; W. W. Hunt, 72ft, [?] Throwing the javelin: M. Saar, 123ft 7in, 1; A. H. Saxon, 104ft 3½in, 2. ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN T.C.

    W.A.T.C. held a succcssful meeting to-day. Details:- Encourage Handicap, 1m.—Aplomb, by Sir Dighton— Cool Tych, car. 7-1¼ (King), 1; Canningview, car. ...

    Article : 321 words
  12. V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS.

    St. Clair Trial, 1m 1f.—Master Lunette, 8-4†; Tempanny, 8-4†; Lumera, 8-4†; David Rizz[?]e, 8-0† Unique, 7-11†; Lucky Card, 7-11†; Nagrada, 7-11; Polygenum, 7-11; Sugar Gum, 7-11; Henare, 7-11; Bright Flare, ...

    Article : 544 words
  13. MEETING AT LITHGOW.

    At the meeting of the Lithgow Coursing Association, Fearless Buttons was defeated in the principal race, after starting at odds on. Results: ...

    Article : 307 words
  14. EAST SYDNEY A.A.C.

    Handicaps.—100yds: G. G. Melville, 7yds, 1; S. E. Gregory, 9yds, 2; L. G. Hewitt, 14½yds, 3. Time, 9 4-5s. 440yds; W. H. Moore, 55yds, 1; W. Paris, 44yds, 2; J. Cauldwell, 29yds, 3. Time, 52s. One ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. ST. GEORGE A.A.C.

    Championships.—Senior 440yds hurdles: H. Bennett, 1: B. W. Sheiles, 2; M. Hook, 3. Time, 1m 1 2-5s. Throwing the javelin: B. W. Sheiles, 148ft, 1; W. McKenzie, 126ft 9in, 2; C. Lund, 1[?]ft 4in, 3. Junior ...

    Article : 58 words
  16. SUNNY SOUTH WINS.

    W. S. Rymill, the 20-year-old State amateur golf champion, skippered the yacht Sunny South to victory at Henley on Saturday. Scandal, which recently won the Australian dinghy championship, was second. ...

    Article : 42 words
  17. SOUTH SYDNEY A.A.C.

    Throwing the javelin championship: P. O'sullivan, 130ft 3in, 1; K. S. Wright, 113ft 10in, 2; L. Harris, 106ft 8in, 3. Handicaps.—220yds: G. Carruthers, 8yds, 1; R. Hunt, ...

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  18. SAILING.

    The Sydney Flying Squadron's 18ft handicap, decided in two heats and final, over the short triangular course, on Saturday afternoon, resulted in a victory for Hall Mark by 30 seconds from furious, with Arawatta ...

    Article : 504 words
  19. MUSWELLBROOK RACES.

    Muswellbrook soldiers' race meeting was held to-day. Flying Handicap, 5f.—Mr. L. A. Holton's b g Lane Cove, 8-7 (C. Holton), 1; Mr. W. R. Day's Brida, 9-4 (Thompson), 2; Mr. A. F. Chaffey's Polvere (late ...

    Article : 336 words
  20. WESTERN SUBURBS A.A.C.

    Handicaps.—100yds: L. McInnes, Syd[?], 1; Y. Dwyer, 6½yds, 2; E. Arnold, 5yds. 3. Time, 10 2-5s. [?]yds[?] G. Rowan, 65yds, 1; L. Mobbs, 75yds, 2; W. Liddle, [?]yds, 3. Time, 2m 7 1-5s. ...

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  21. DRAW FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

    Following is the draw for the meeting at Epping on Wednesday night:- LILYFIELD QUALIFYING STAKES. First heat: Gold Watch, Stan's Luck, Flower Time, ...

    Article : 222 words
  22. MASCOT CARNIVAL.

    The Australian Coursing Club's athletic and greyhound racing carnival, which has been twice postponed through unsettled weather, will be resumed to-night at Mascot. ...

    Article : 198 words
  23. SWIMMING.

    The principal event at the Balmoral women's swimming carnival on Saturday afternoon was the 440 yards championship of New South Wales, which was easily won by the title holder, Edna Davey. The ...

    Article : 230 words
  24. SURF LIFE-SAVING.

    The heats of the surf championship events in the northern and southern metropolitan districts took place yesterday at Freshwater and Bondi respectively. The winners of the heats of the rescue and ...

    Article : 323 words
  25. ORANGE DIGGERS' MEETING.

    Orange Diggers' Cup meeting was held to-day in fine weather. There was a large attendance. Gallipoli Handicap, 6f.—Mr. H. Dawson's b g Myadra, 6yrs, by Popinjay—Dojrilla, 8-6, inc. 3lb over ...

    Article : 482 words
  26. MOTORING.

    The annual regatta of the Port Hacking Power Boat Club was held at Lilli Pilli, Port Kicking, on Saturday afternoon, when there was a large attendance at the new club-house. ...

    Article : 769 words
  27. EPPING MECHANICAL HARE.

    At Epping racecourse on Saturday night 10 events were conducted by the Greyhound Coursing Association with the mechanical hare. Results: ...

    Article : 212 words
  28. MANLY CLUB.

    Manly Club races on Saturday resulted:- 50 Yards Breast Stroke Handicap.—R. Drew, 1; J. Austin, 2; C. White, 3. Time, 43s. 165 yards handicap: N. Maartin, 1; M. Spargo, 2; M. Brogan, 3. ...

    Article : 52 words
  29. OTHER EVENTS.

    Drummoyne Club, 16ft Skiffs (third heat championship).—Parthen[?] (T. Livesay), 1; Quest (D. Robinson), 2; A. M. Fisher (M. Fisher), 3. Won by [?]m. Parthenia won the title. ...

    Article : 241 words
  30. INTERSTATE WATER POLO.

    There was a good attendance at the Coogee Aquarlum Baths on Saturday evening, when the first of the interstate water polo carnivals between New South Wales and Victoria was held, the match ending in ...

    Article : 338 words
  31. NEWCASTLE MEETING.

    Results of the [?] coursing meeting held at the Speedway ground, Hamilton, this afternoon, were:- Beaumont Stakes—Brown Heart, 1; Grand Joy, 2; ...

    Article : 338 words
  32. CLOVELLY CLUB EVENTS.

    Members of the Clovelly Surf Life-saving Club yesterday decided two club events, which resulted:- 66 Yards Swimming Handicap.—F. Newmark, 1; J. McCredie, 2; R. Kellaher. 3. ...

    Article : 55 words
  33. FORBES J.C. AND DIGGERS' MEETING.

    Weights for February 20, the first day of the above meeting:- First Maiden Handicap.—Arkintos, 9; Yarrandean, [?]-12; City Council, 8-9; Orynthia, 8-9; Linsp[?], 8-9; Tiny ...

    Article : 420 words
  34. A.L.P. PICNIC.

    About six thousand people attended the sixth annual picnic of the Australian Labour party at Clifton Gardens. Results of the sporting events were as follow: ...

    Article : 336 words
  35. NORTH BONDI CARNIVAL.

    At Bondi Beach on Saturday the North Bondi Surf Club held its annual carnival. There were thrills for the spectators throughout the afternoon which made the function one of the most interesting yet held ...

    Article : 308 words
  36. ARNE BORG.

    Arne Borg, under the direction of the N.S.W. Amateur Swimming Association, in conjunction with the Bellingen Swimming Association, will swim at the night carnival at Bellingen on February 26. Local ...

    Article : 41 words
  37. LITHGOW CLUB.

    At Lithgow yesterday the usual greyhound racing meeting with live hares was held. Melody Ale and Thackeray won two courses each. Results:- First Heat.—Jellidier, 1; Star Rocket, 2. Betting: ...

    Article : 330 words
  38. SWIM THROUGH ADELAIDE.

    The eleventh annual swim through Adelaide (1 mile 200 yards) was conducted to-day by the South Australian Amateur Swimming Association. Of the 110 starters 93 finished. The winner was Miss Madge ...

    Article : 119 words
  39. ADELAIDE MOTOR CYCLE RACES.

    Jack Chapman beat Harry Mangham in a match race to-night, and also won the challenge silver gaunt[?] race in 67 seconds from Arnold Hasen. The last-named won the fours laps A grade handicap event in ...

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