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  2. Football: Strange Lapses in Form © ©

    Sydney football on Saturday was highly disappointing on the whole. Apparently the clubs in playing on the preceding Saturday and Monday had taken some of the starch out of the ...

    Article : 747 words
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    Many happy birthday returns on July 7 to Frank Roberts (N.S.W.), fighting in France. Lieutenant F. M. Stout, M.C.(the well-known Richmond, Gloucestershire, and ...

    Article : 117 words
  5. Newtown and Annandale Draw

    Strange combination are the men of Newtown. They cover themselves with glory by whipping Balmain and Western Suburbs, and then go no better than a draw with Annandale. ...

    Article : 98 words
  6. Glebe Make a Recovery

    At one stage of their match with North Sydney Glebe had the scores 8 to 3 against them, and at half-time it was 8 to 5. But they came along later in the day, and piling up the points, ...

    Article : 394 words
  7. Mr. Charles Marter's Death

    Footballers who knew him personally, or through his writings, heard with very sincere regret last week of the death of Mr. Charles Marter, who had been sub-editor on the Sydney ...

    Article : 312 words

    The Metropolitan Rugby Union's re-union and sports which were postponed from the previous Monday, were carried out in part at the University Oval on Saturday afternoon. ...

    Article : 876 words
  9. V.C. Footballers

    Sergeant George J. Howell who has been awarded the V.C. for valor in France, is a young Enfield (Sydney) footballer, having played with the Enfield Federals. He is 22 years ...

    Article : 150 words
  10. N.S.W. Rugby League Results:

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 563 words

    The net results of last Saturday's first League games in Sydney was the transfer of Royal Navy from fifth position, to that of fourth. Annandale have only suffered one reverse (the ...

    Article : 650 words

    With the revival of form shown by Balmain, interest is growing. Paddington and Newtown, at the Australian Football Ground, had a sterling contest, and one in which the result might ...

    Article : 384 words
  13. Drab is the Form

    The second half of the Balmain v. Western Suburbs match had been in progress very few minutes when the spectators began to yawn, and those on the northern terrace moved to its ...

    Article : 435 words
  14. Anzacs in the Desert

    Trooper E. A. Lewis, of the 12th Light Horse, writing from "Somewhere in the Desert," Egypt (7-5-'17) : "Here are enclosed two snap-shots taken in the desert, one on Anzac Day, ...

    Article : 350 words
  15. With the Boys in France

    Albert Vincent (N.S.W. and Redfern), writing to Old-Timer from France (6/5/17), sends some interesting news of the life in khaki, with the A.A.M.C. His letter:— ...

    Article : 511 words
  16. With the Australians in Khaki

    Lieut. E. E, Booth (General) writes from Lark Hill, Salisbury Plain, England (7/5/17/): "In my last letter I had related all our football tours with the soldiers' teams from here ...

    Article : 760 words
  17. South Defeat East

    There was a fair-sized gathering at the Sports Ground, where Eastern Suburbs for a lime looked like defeating South Sydney. But the latter got a burst on them early in the ...

    Article : 164 words
  18. Football at Duntroon

    Mr. G. Turner writes from Balmain East (27/6/'17) : "Your comments of June 20 on the proposed action of the New South Wales Football League at the Royal Military College, ...

    Article : 478 words
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