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  2. FOOTBALL

    The monthly meeting of the Northern Union committee on Tuesday last was not of long duration,, for the gathering, I understand, occupned less time than that allowed for a League ...

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  4. ROWING

    The Great N.S.W. Public Schools' annual regatta will be held this afternoon on the Parramatta River, when the eight-our championship, and a race for second crews in fours, will be ...

    Article : 1,192 words
  5. VICTORIAN PROSPECTS

    The leading Victorian premierships will be opened on Saturday, and patrons arc curious as to just how the game will fare in view of war, drought, and other detrimental influences. There ...

    Article : 1,341 words
  6. THE MOTOR

    The monthly meeting of the Automobile Club of Australia will be held on April 29, at the club-house. It has been reported to the club that on the ...

    Article : 218 words
  7. MOTOR CYCLING NOTES

    On Saturday the Motor-cycle Club of N.S.W. will hold 'a [?] hill-climb at French's Forest. The next competition for members of the ...

    Article : 976 words
  8. A "TESTIMONIAL."

    A prominent Sydney motorist has forwarded to Mr. H. C Morgan, the secretary of the Automobile Club of Australia, a copy of a "testimonial which he has forwarded to the ...

    Article : 217 words
  9. WESTERN SUBURBS LADIES' CLUB REGATTA.

    At the second annual regatta of the Western Suburbs Ladies' Club (Sydney), held on the Parramatta River last Saturday, the first race—Club Championship—resulted in an easy win ...

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  10. NEWCASTLE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION.

    The Newcastle Automobile Association is developing into a strong organisation, and has taken new club rooms in King-street for the convenience of members and visiting friends. ...

    Article : 89 words
  11. PROFESSIONAL NOTES

    An important t development took place last week-end, in connection with the proposed match between Charlie Towns and A. D. Felton, and the determination of the last-named not to ...

    Article : 278 words
  12. EAGER FOR COMPETITIONS.

    That many members of the Automobile Club of Australia arc against its policy and inactivity in not promoting competitions, is proved by the fact that three members—Messrs. Boyd, ...

    Article : 131 words
  13. RUGBY UNION

    The suggestion of the N.S. Wales Rugby Union that fixtures be arranged for every second Saturday at Liverpool camp has been agreed to by the military authorities, and a start will be made on May 1. Lieut.-Col. ...

    Article : 176 words
  14. NOTES AND JOTTINGS.

    The principal countries of origin of the motor imports, motor cycles, motor bodies and chassis for the past two years, were as follow:— 1914. 1913. ...

    Article : 369 words
  15. MIXED DOUBLE SCULLS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    On Saturday afternoon next, at Middle Harbor (Sydney), we are promised a race of more than usual interest. The contest is for the mixed double-sculls championship of a N.S.W., ...

    Article : 442 words
  16. AUSTRALIAN RULES

    I am indebted to Mr. J. Hodge for a hand some souvenir annual report of the Port Adelaide Football Club, which deals exhaustively with the doings of the champion club for many ...

    Article : 605 words
  17. INTERESTING REPORT.

    As the Easter reliability trial of the Victorian Motor-cycle Club was one of the most strenuous events of the kind ever promoted in Australia, and extended over a distance of 600 ...

    Article : 399 words
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  19. BRISBANE HILL-CLIMB.

    Over 30 cars took part In the hill-climbing contest of the Queensland Automobile Club, held on Saturday afternoon at Hamilton, including Messrs. Boyd Edkins, and C. J. Munro, ...

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  20. BRITISH ASSOCIATION

    With the exception of one or two stragglers, entries for the competitions controlled by the N.S.W.F.A. may be determined now with something akin to exactitude. At present, 81 ...

    Article : 428 words
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  22. VICTORIA WINS RAILWAY CARNIVAL.

    The third inter-State Railway Carnival was concluded at Sydney on Saturday, when South Australia defeated N.S. Wales by 7-18 (60) to 4-7 (31), after being 3-11 to 1.5 at half-time. ...

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