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  2. C.E.M.S.

    For some days a churchmen's conference has been in progress at Cranbrook School, Bellevue Hill, under the auspices of the Church of England Men's Society in ...

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  5. CRICKET.

    Membera of the Cumberland Club, at present touring Tasmania, under the management of Mr. W. Rothwell, beat North-west Hobart by 129 runs on the first innings. Cumberland scored 274, Granney 87, Steele 86, and ...

    Article : 84 words
  6. MINING LEASES.

    The granting by the Mines Department of New South Wales to a company with large interests in Newcastle of a large number of mining leases has been met by protests from ...

    Article : 240 words
  7. ARTARMON BEATS NOWRA.

    The Artarmon Club played the concluding match of its southern tour against Nowra on Tuesday, Artarmon winning by 146 runs on the first innings. Artarmon scored 319, Muir 101, Fordham 80, Fitzgerald 53, and ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. WILLOUGBY BEATS BATHURST TEAM.

    willoughby met a team representing the Bathurst Cricket Association on Monday, and won by 87 runs on the first innings. Scores:—Willoughby, 214 (R. Leafe 14. C. Leafe 25, A. Stonning 60, T. Stenning ...

    Article : 169 words
  9. WESTERN SUBURBS NIGHT TOURNAMENT.

    The Western Suburbs Night Tournament will be continued to-night on the courts at Alt-street Haberfield, when the following matches will be played:- MEN'S DOUBLES. ...

    Article : 130 words
  10. ARMIDALE v TAMWORTH.

    The Armidale cricketers defeated Tamworth by 251 to 65. For Armidale, Antill made 94 and Cameron 63. Bowling for Armidale, Fuchs took six for 44 and West four far 19. Brown made 20 for Tamworth. ...

    Article : 40 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    The finals of the New Zealand tennis championship resulted: Ladies' Singles: Miss Sp[?] (Canterbury) beat Miss M'Laren (Dunedin), 6-0, 8-6. ...

    Article : 81 words
  12. LAWN TENNIS.

    A small but important list of matches was played off yesterday in the County of Cumberland tournament, at Pratten Park, Ashfield, the semi-final rounds of a majority of the championships being set down ...

    Article : 941 words
  13. CITY POLICY.

    The Lord Mayor, who resumed official duty in the Town Hall yesterday, said that one of the first matters the City Council would have to consider would be the question ...

    Article : 155 words
  14. FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND.

    The League.—First division: Blackburn Rovers (4) V Notts County (1); Bolton Wanderers (1) v Birmingham (1); Liverpool (3) v Chelsea (1); Manchester City (1) v Tottenham Hotspurs (0); Middlesborough ...

    Article : 342 words
  15. A QUEEN'S ACCOUNTS.

    The original MS. of the "Accompt" of the household expenses of the Princess (afterwards Queen) Elizabeth, during her residence at Hatfield from October 1, 1551, to September 30, ...

    Article : 335 words
  16. SPORTS AT TAMWORTH.

    The Tamworth second eleven defeated Gunnedah, at Tamworth yesterday, by 213 runs to 156. Gordon Stanley (of Sydney University) made 114 (retired) for Tamworth, and Maher, of Tamworth, took five wickets ...

    Article : 95 words
  17. ATTACK ON A LUGGER'S CAPTAIN.

    T. A. Andoe, a Malay, who in September [?] attacked C. Christianson, captain of a pearling lugger when lying off the north-west coast, has been sentenced at Broome criminal ...

    Article : 44 words
  18. ALLEGED BEER STEALING.

    On Christmas Eve Geo. D. Hart, licensee of the Blue Posts Hotel, Hurstville, informed the police that he had bad three 15-gallon kegs of Tooth's beer stolen from the parlour, adjoining his main bar. Sergt. ...

    Article : 160 words
  19. MONOPOLIES BILL.

    Sir,—Mr. James Ashton's letter on the above subject, in your issue of to-day, is quite refreshing. Speaking as a business man, and on behalf of the business community, I venture ...

    Article : 353 words
  20. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred late last night of Dr. Ritchie, a prominent medical practitioner, of New Englaud district. Decoased, who was chief of the Armidale Caledonian Society, ...

    Article : 110 words
  21. COTTON GROWING.

    Sir,—In view of the correspondence in your Paper on this subject, I would beg to call the attention of the writers and others interested to Mr. Ellis Barker's article in the "United ...

    Article : 113 words
  22. MR. J. EMMERSON.

    The death has occurred of Mr. J. Emmerson, for 40 years manager of the clothing department of Anthony Hordern and Sons, Ltd. ...

    Article : 26 words
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