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  2. KING LEAR'S FOOL.

    Richard Grant White, writing in the "Atlantic Monthly" for November, 1880, says:—"What Shakespeare did not do, as well as what he did do as a playwright has no better proof or ...

    Article : 681 words
  3. TO COMPETE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Reading from left to right: A. Cummings (Drummoyne), H. L. Callaghan (Mosman), C. Hurley (Leichhardt), J. T. Vind[?]n (Mosman), A. Pafflin (Mosman), A. N. Ha[?]mer (Mosman). J. Evans (Mosman), C. B. Callaghan (Mosman), W. Maling (Mosman). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 51 words
  4. AUTUMN RACING.

    Thousands upon thousands of spectators will assemble at Randwick to-day, when the premier turf institution of Australasia will open the Autumn racing carnival. The weather is ...

    Article : 1,356 words
  5. SPORTING.

    Race meetings to-day include:—A.J.C. Autumn Meeting (St. Leger Stakes and Doncaster Handicap); Wallsend J.C., Cobar T.C., Tingha J.C., Epsom (Vic.) R.C., Queensland T.C., and Western Australian T.C. ...

    Article : 392 words
  6. NIGHT RACING.

    The final meeting of the season, promoted by [?] Campbell, was held last night at the Sports Ground, when the programme was principally composed of match races. The return match between G. A. Halpin ...

    Article : 793 words
  7. MOTORING.

    The preliminary meeting to the opening, of the first motor cyele racing track in New South Wales, the Western Suburbs Motor Cycle Club's new speedway at Penrith, will take place this afternoon, when the ...

    Article : 1,580 words
  8. GOLF.

    Golf futures for to-day include:- Royal Sydney Club: (1) Bogey handicap, (2) bogey handicap for players with handicap of 14 and over. Australian Club: Medal handicap. ...

    Article : 85 words
  9. BOOST AND THE NEW STATES.

    Sir,—On Wednesday the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, when opening the Agricultural Show at Orange, made some pertinent suggestions as to the ...

    Article : 721 words
  10. LAWN TENNIS.

    The match between Sydney University and Melbourne University will be continued to-day at the White City Courts, Rushcutter Bay. The local representatives are leading by six rubbers to five. ...

    Article : 36 words
  11. FOOTBALL.

    Practice matches will be played this afternoon among Rugby Union teams. The draw is as follows:- Manly v Glebe-Balmain (Manly Oval): Western suburbs v University (St. Luke's Oval); North Sydnev v ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. GRADE MATCHES SUSPENDED.

    Owing to the Easter holidays grade and district matches are suspended until April 26. ...

    Article : 18 words
  13. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT.

    The first Central Cumberland championship tournament promoted by the Granville and District Hard Court Association was commenced at Parramatta yesterday. Results: ...

    Article : 827 words
  14. RUGBY LEAGUE.

    The third round of the practice matches arranged by the New South Wales Rugby League will be played this afternoon, when the draw is:- North Sydney v Western Suburbs (Pratten Park); ...

    Article : 68 words
  15. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    The Fleet's champion team will be opposed by an eleven representative of Granville and District Association at Clyde Oval this alternoon. The teams are:- Special Service Squadron.—Parsons, Cope, Burke, ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. BILLIARDS.

    At the close of play to-night, Newman (in play) was 14,001, and M'Conachy 7[?]27. Newman's best break was 410 unfinished, and M'Conachy's 158. ...

    Article : 28 words
  17. BOWLS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 106 words
  18. FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND.

    In a Northern Union match, Huddersfield beat Batley by 16 points to 5. ...

    Article : 23 words
  19. BOXING.

    The ex-lightweight champion of Australia, Hughie Dwyer, will reappear at the Stadium to-night after a long absence in America and England. Dwyer will meet Eddie Butcher of Western Australia, and an ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. WARRINGHA CLUB.

    Warringha Club commenced a tournament yesterday, and numerically it was a record for tha club. The pa[?]s will be decided to-morrow, commencing at 9 o'clock, and the singles on Monday, play starting at ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. FLEET SNAPSHOT COMPETITION.

    Special arrangements were made by Harringtons, Ltd., to enable amateur photograph[?]s to take snapshots of the arrival of the Special Service Spuadron, the results being the ...

    Article : 111 words
  22. CRICKET.

    Sydney cricketers on tour, including half a dozen interstate players, commenced a two-days' watch against an Albury district team of 15. The outstanding feature of the visitors' play was the bowling ...

    Article : 235 words
  23. HOWARD SMITH, LTD.

    At the general meeting of Howard Smith, Limited, held on April 17, a resolution was passed to capitalise £500,000 of the company's reserve fund. The company will forthwith ...

    Article : 54 words
  24. INTERSTATE UNIVERSITY MATCHES.

    Following is the draw for to-day:- 12.0, Brown and Ham[?] v Hughes and Cohen (to finish). 1,15, Hughes v Baker, Aitken v Ham, Todd v Brown. ...

    Article : 63 words
  25. ANTICIPATIONS.

    First Hurdle Race: Parvenu, Powtraven, Yandarlo. Autumn Stakes: Rapine, The Hawk, Engle[?]ld. ...

    Article : 52 words
  26. CANTERBURY PARK TOURNAMENT.

    The Canterbury Park Club's third Easter tournament was commenced yesterday in fine weather. Results:- Alert Singles Championship.—J. H. Walker beat V. ...

    Article : 836 words
  27. VICTORIA BARRACKS.

    Sir,—In an article in this morning's issue of your paper under the heading "Defence," the writer gives a few reasons for the retention of Victoria Barracks as military ...

    Article : 193 words
  28. MR. BRUCE'S "GOOD SEASONS."

    Sir,—Speaking at the Show luncheon on Wednesday last, the Prime Minister is reported to have said:—"We have for many years enjoyed good seasons throughout the length ...

    Article : 315 words
  29. THE NEW ZEALAND TOUR.

    The chairman of the New Zealand Cricket Council (Mr. J. S. Barrett), discussing complaints reported to have been made by members of the New South Wales team regarding accommodation and treatment in New ...

    Article : 113 words
  30. PROBABLE RIDERS.

    Following are some of the probable riders in the Doncaster Handicap:- C[?]aro (P. Brown). Eas[?]ngwold (G. Harrison). ...

    Article : 69 words
  31. ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB.

    The conditions for the Royal Automobile Club's one-day reliability touring contest from Sydney to Cataract Dam and back on Saturday, May [?], are very similar to those governing the opening contest to Avon Dam ...

    Article : 306 words
  32. CYCLING.

    The principal cycling events to-day will be half-mile and mile open handicaps for members of the New South Wales Cyclists' Union at Auburn in connection with the friendly societies' sports. They will be all day ...

    Article : 51 words
  33. A QUIET AFTERNOON.

    As most of the cyclists not entered for the Auburn friendly societies' open events to-day are away with their cluls on tour for the holidays, there will be very few other races. The amateur clubs will resume ...

    Article : 44 words
  34. THE PROGRAMME.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 723 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,457 words
  36. LEAGUE OF NEW SOUTH WALES WHEELMEN.

    Entries close this evening with Mr. Fred Lyons, general secretary of the League of New South Wales Wheelmen, for the 25 miles championship of Australasia, which will be the principal event at the final ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. OPEN ROAD RACE.

    The first open road race of the year will be the Marrickville Club's 10 miles for members of the New South Wales Cyclists' Union, the winner of which is to receive a first-grade bicycle. Entries for this race ...

    Article : 63 words
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