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  4. Lawn Tennis. COMPLETION OE THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT.

    Notwithstanding the boisterous weather, a fair number of spectators were present to witness the final play of the Dis frict Tennis Tournament. There were ...

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  5. Kangaloon.

    A table tennis match was played in the School of Arts on Friday evening last, between the School of Arts and Mr. Harrigan's team; and after a very exciting and ...

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  6. Death of Mrs. Cracknell.

    The death is recorded of Mrs. E. C. Cracknell widow of the late Colonel E. C. Cracknell, formerly officer commanding the New South Wales Submarine Miners ...

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  7. Funeral.

    The funeral of the late Hon. R. H. Roberts, which took place in the cemetery at Glehquarry on Friday last, was very largely attended. The cortege left the ...

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  8. Football.

    The only union match played in this district on Saturday was between Bowral and Myra Vale, on the local ground, resulting in a win for Bowral by 12 points ...

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  9. Draughts.

    The first draughts match of the season was played at Armstrong's Rooms, Bowral, on Saturday night, the competing teams being players from Bowral and ...

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  10. THE SEVEN AGES OF FOOTBALL.

    All the world's a game, and all the men and youngsters merely players! They have their places—but they never keep them; So each one in his time plays many parts, ...

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  11. NOTES BY RACQUET.

    The district tournament has been concluded, and on the surface it has been a good success. But to a close observer there art many details which will need ...

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  12. The Bowral Free Press

    Wa are only two years off the centenary of that memorable sea-fight—Trafalgar. The Junee Young Men's Club have decided that women should not complete with ...

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  13. MANGLED UMPIRES.

    The football season is with us, exclaims Atticus in the Melbourne Leader, and again young Australians' are preparing themselves to win possible future Waterloos on the untented fields, and the "muddy ...

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