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  2. NEWCASTLE.

    Bert Bevan, aged 17 years, a labourer, and Clarence Moodie alias Monkey Brien, allas Bailey, aged 19 years, were charged before Mr. Wilkinson, S.M., at the Newcastle courthouse ...

    Article : 153 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. Donald Morrison, of Cobar, has been appointed council clerk, and Mr. Alfred Hipwell, of Windsor, sanitary inspector. There were 13 applicants for the latter position. ...

    Article : 425 words
  4. MINING.

    The fact that the notice-board in the vestibule of the Stock Exchange presented a rather beggarly array of sales yesterday morning was no guide to the tone of the market. If ...

    Article : 1,113 words
  5. SPORTING.

    The Cowra Jockey Club is offering £275 prize money for a two days' meeting during Easter week. Recently delegates from the Dubbo and ...

    Article : 288 words
  6. EASTER CRUISE FOR MOTOR BOATS.

    The Motor Boat Clubb of N.S.W. has arranged for [?] Easter cruise up the Hawkesbury River extending over 11 days. Six boatowners have already guaranted that they will take part in the cruse, and the fixture ...

    Article : 268 words
  7. MINING IN THE STATE.

    Some Lucknow and local residents are to take on tribute the Renard claim, Wire Gully. The mine is well opened out, and the reef is said to be retaining its value. ...

    Article : 114 words
  8. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB'S PROGRAMME.

    At a meeting of the committee of the Australian Jockey Club yesterday the sum of £4800 added money was voted to the various events to be run during the season 1911-12, as ...

    Article : 227 words
  9. THE TOTALISATOR.

    At the annual meeting of the Newcastle Jockey Club, Ltd., to-night, Mr. E. A. M Merewether presiding, Dr. Deyle moved that "Whereas under the gaming laws now in force ...

    Article : 392 words
  10. GOLF.

    Draw for competition on Saturday next:—12.30, J. Vicars v W. A. Purdon; 12.35, W. L. Taylor v R. B. Entwisle; 12.40, F. A. A. Russell v N. Willis; 12.45, H. S. Holt v R. D. Whyte; 12.50. A. E. D'Arey v E. ...

    Article : 185 words
  11. ATHLETICS.

    The following competitors have been drawn for the opening night, Monday, Feb. 27:—Lightweight; M. Rosley v C. Campion, George Cleland v S. Southwell, Dave Smith v Jack O'Brien, Featherweight: Tom Newbury ...

    Article : 163 words
  12. BROKEN HILL MINES.

    Mr. Alfred A. Lockwood, inventor of the Murex magnetic process, left Broken Hill on Wednesday night for England. He said he is well satisfied with what the Murex plant ...

    Article : 107 words
  13. MONA VALE GOLF LINKS.

    Following is the draw for open amateur and professional 18-holes handicap, to be played on Saturday:— W. S. Laidley v V. East, L. R. O. Scaly v Merrilees, Gordon Craig v Carnegie Clark, P. R. Russell v L. J. ...

    Article : 261 words
  14. TUMUT TURF CLUB.

    The Tumut Turf Club's annual meeting was opened to-day in fien weather, Results:- Hurdle race, about 2[?]m.—Taradale, 1; Home Fleet, 2; First Favourite, 3. Time, 4m 30s. ...

    Article : 506 words
  15. RANDWICK GALLOPS.

    Several interesting gallops were recorded on the "magpie" grass track at Randwick yesterday morning, it being in capital going order. Electric Wire ran three-quarters of a mile in ...

    Article : 278 words
  16. BRITISH BROKEN HILL MINE.

    The mill of the British mine for the past fortnight treated 5230 tons of crude ore for 801 tons of lead concentrates, containing 20,026oz silver, 508 tons lead, and 58 tons ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. BOXING.

    It has been definitely arranged that Billy Papk[?] and Dave Smith shall fight a return battle at the Stadium, the date being fixed for Marchh 11. The articles provide that both contestants shall weigh-in ...

    Article : 45 words
  18. ROYAL SYDNEY CLUB.

    Members of the Royal Sydney Club last night held their annual meeting at the clubhousem, Rose Bay, Mr. E. P. Simpson (captain) presiding. Accoring to the annual report teh membership ...

    Article : 691 words
  19. A NEW FIND.

    Messrs. E. Reilly, W. Mills, and J. Burke have discovered a gold-bearing reef at the end of Church Creek, seven miles from Yerranderie. Official assays give 6oz 1½dwt of ...

    Article : 121 words
  20. ROWING.

    The balmain Rowing Club's annual regatta will be held on the Iron Cove course to-morrow. The races to be decided are:—Maiden Eights, for Rawson Cup, Maiden Fours, Invitation Eights, Club Fours, and ...

    Article : 460 words
  21. SUNDAY POSTAL WORK.

    Next week a deputation from the Council of Churches is to wait on the Postmaster-General with regard to Sunday work. Mr. Thomas, in referring to the subject ...

    Article : 161 words
  22. ALLEGED MANSLAUGHTER.

    Six men, Frederick Carmody, John Henry Prout, Patrick Carmody, William Payne, and William Armstrong were charged at the Criminal Court to-day with the manslaughter of ...

    Article : 122 words
  23. THE GOLDEN WEST.

    It is estimated there are about 350 miners now employed on the Bullfinch field. The Bulifinch Proprietary alone employs 100, and will probably put on another 50 next week. ...

    Article : 164 words
  24. VICTORIAN TRAINING NOTES.

    It was rather warm this morning when the final gallops for the Futurity Stakes took place, and some interesting work was done. The grass was open, and it was on the fast ...

    Article : 447 words
  25. RACES AT WALCHA.

    the weather showed an improvement for the second day's racing. Results:- District Purse, 7f.Mr. W. [?]etcher's Special Messenger, by Jolly Hampton—Special Wire, 4yrs, 7st [?]lb ...

    Article : 310 words
  26. VANCOUVER MAIL SERVICE.

    The Minister for Lands, Mr. M'Kenzie, to-day said that he had heard with regret that the Commonwealth authorities had decided to abandon the subsidy for a direct mail service ...

    Article : 143 words
  27. THE EASTERN DOCKED.

    The Eastern and Australian Company's steamer Eastern, which was ashore for a considerable time on Salamander Bank, Moreton Bay, was docked yesterday at Mort's, Balmain, ...

    Article : 162 words
  28. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINES.

    The last 6ft of the sulphide ore body through which the diamond-drill from the 2800ft level (main shaft) of the Great Boulder passed, while being extended towards the Golden ...

    Article : 254 words
  29. SAILING.

    Appended are the handicaps for the Rawhi[?] Cup, and also for the cruiser event, which are to be sailed to-morrow:—Rawhiti, scr; Calwulla Ill., 3m; Petred, 12; Yeulba, 14m; Sunbea[?] 15m; Aoma, ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. SWIMMING.

    The handicaps in the 50yds event, to be held at the Rose bay Baths on Saturday, are as follows—A. Wickham, scr; W. Longworth, [?]; M. Michael, 3s; T. Sinclair, H. Weilandt, F. Martin, 4s; L. Eg[?]ese, F. ...

    Article : 164 words
  31. SYDNEY WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held yesterday at the Sydney Wool Exchange, Bridge-street, when the quantity [?]atalo[?]ued totalled 10,986 bales, and the sales, including private transaction, amounted to 9300 bales, as under: ...

    Article : 1,227 words
  32. ARMIDALE G. C.

    Mixed foursomes were played on teh local links on Saturday, when Mr. and Mrs. Bettington won with a score of 72, which was considered very good after the recent flooded state of the course. Following ...

    Article : 86 words
  33. QUIRINDI RACES.

    For the second day of the Quirindi races the weather w[?]as warm. There was a good attendance. Last night the inquiry into the disqualificaion of Cal[?] nan, rider of Classic in the Pace Welter yesterday, ...

    Article : 560 words
  34. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    The Milk and Ice Carters' Union has received a communication from the Department of Labour and industry replying to questions asked by the union. The department states that it is not a breach of the ...

    Article : 189 words
  35. CYCLING AND MOTORING.

    The Burwood Club has issued a run card showing the club fixtures from date up to the end of July. All Saturday runs are open, but all cavant dates are well filled, so that members will be kept busy. ...

    Article : 295 words
  36. MANLY CLUB.

    The 500yds teams championship on the northern suburbs clubs will be decided at the above club's annual carnival, to be held to-morrow, Saturday, 25th inst. The holders of the title are Mosman Swimming Club, and ...

    Article : 145 words
  37. COMEDY KING'S GOOD SHOWING.

    The weather was bright and fine and all conditions were in favour of mailing time. Unless otherwise mentioned, the work was on the big sand, which was good going; while ...

    Article : 383 words
  38. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    To-day's sales were:- Morning: Radium, £8; Broken Hill, 37/; British Block (old), 15/4½; South (paid), £5/9/; Bull[?]nch Proprietary, 39/, 38/6; Rowan's Find, 1/1; Bullrush, ...

    Article : 557 words
  39. WESTERN SUBURBS LEAGUE.

    The above club is holding te second annual carnival at Abbotsford Baths on Saturday, March 11, at 3 p.m. The Programme includes 54 yards open handicap, 54 yards ladies' handicap, 100 yards and diving ...

    Article : 27 words
  40. RAILWAY SUPERANNUATION.

    At the last weekly meeting of the Railway Superannuation Board 16 interim pensions were approved making 71 to date. Refunds of superannuation deductions were authorised to the widows on personal ...

    Article : 62 words
  41. STOCK EXCHANGE SALES.

    Copper.—Tolwong Minerals, six weeks, 9/; Budgery, 1/9; Queen Boo (new), 1/7. Silver.—B. H. Junction North, 18/; Sulphide Corporation, 18/10½; British (old), 15/6; B. H. ...

    Article : 71 words
  42. BONDI SWIMMING CLUB.

    Owing to Fort-street School's annual carnival, and also Bondi Surf Bathers' life-saving gala being held on Saturday, the Bondi Swimming Club will not hold the race as drawn up in their programme. ...

    Article : 48 words
  43. TUGBOAT EMPLOYEES' UNION.

    At the annual meeting of the Ferry and Tug Boat Employees' Union, the following office-bearers were elected:—President. T. O'Flaherty; vice-presidents, A. M'Intosh and A Meill; treasurer, W. Chappell; ...

    Article : 66 words
  44. FORT-STREET CARNIVAL.

    The 21st annual championship gala of the [?]-street High School Club will take place to-morrow afternoon at the Municipal Baths, Domain. The schoolboys will be seen in all the age championships, ...

    Article : 153 words
  45. SYDNEY BICYCE AND MOTOR CYCLE CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 200 words
  46. FLOORLAYERS' UNION.

    At the general meeting of the Floorlayers' Union the report of delegates to the conference with the master builders was received with approval. They reported that the conference had resulted in a ...

    Article : 64 words
  47. DURHAM PONY RACES.

    The Durham Pony Club's February meeting was held on the Dungog course yesterday afternoon in fine weather. There was a fair attendance. Results:- Opening Handicap, 13.3 and under, 2½f.—Mr. J. ...

    Article : 164 words
  48. LONDON SHARE MARKET.

    On the Stock Exchange yesterday shares in Australian mining ventures were quoted as follows:—Broken Hill Proprietary, b 36/3, s 87/3; Broken Hill North, b 85/, s 87/6; Broken ...

    Article : 185 words
  49. MANLY SURF CLUB.

    Mr. A. A. Watson (Secretary of the Manly Surf Club) recently communicated with the Manly Council, requesting the council to select a site for the proposed new surf club-house, as the club was ...

    Article : 166 words
  50. A RECENT STRIKE.

    At a meeting of the Rockchoppers' Union, held at the Trades Hall the terms of the award dealing with the dispute between the rockchoppers working on Mr. Gough's job, in Pitt-street, and the contractors ...

    Article : 157 words
  51. CRICKET.

    Teams from the Treasury and Government Savings Bank met at Redfern Oval on Wednesday, 22nd inst, in a game of cricket. The Treasury won on the first innings by 37 runs. The scores were as follow:— ...

    Article : 167 words
  52. VICTORIAN SPORTING NOTES.

    The Williamstown stewards to-day reopened the matter of Lord Kelvin's running in the Trugani[?] Handicap. They decided not to depart from their original finding that they were ...

    Article : 200 words
  53. 'ONE MAN, ONE BILLET."

    At the annual meeting of the Fremant[?] Trades Hall Association a delegate for the Lumpers' Union submitted the following motion:—"That the joint office [?] permanent ...

    Article : 89 words
  54. MOTOR NOTES.

    Mr. L. J. Bedkober, deatist, of Oxford-street, Paddington, who commenced motoring some 12 months ago with an 8-9-h.p. Renault, has now purchased a 14-16h.p. Renault with the latest type of torpedo body, ...

    Article : 376 words
  55. BUILDERS' LABOURERS.

    At the monthly meeting of builders' labourers held at the Trades Hall, the secretary. Mr. Millard, reported that all the papers in connection with the application it is proposed to make to the ...

    Article : 100 words
  56. BUTCHERS' ANNUAL MEETING.

    A[?] the annual meeting of the Amalgamated Slaughtermen and Journeymen Butchers' Union the balance over liabilities was stated to be £1360 7s 4d. The following officershearers were elected:—Chairman, ...

    Article : 90 words
  57. MINING NOTES.

    A dividend of 1/ per share has been declared by the directors of the Broken Hill Proprietary Block 10 Company, payable on March During the week ended February 15 the ...

    Article : 288 words
  58. E RICH v HILL, MAGILL.

    E. Rich and Co., Ltd., 80 (F. S. Edwards 28, W. J. Inglis 17, S. H. Connolly 15), defeated Hill, Magill, Ltd., 41 (Madgwick 15). For E. Rich and Co., Ltd., Amery 7, and Mahony 2, second the wickets; and ...

    Article : 64 words
  59. COOGEE DISASTER FUNDS.

    The gross takings at the matinee performance organised by Mr. Hugh Ward in aid of the widows left helpless by teh Coogee surfing disaster amounted to £445 5s, and the ...

    Article : 167 words
  60. APPRENTICESHIP.

    The question of apprentices as affecting students at the Technical College was under discussion at a meeting of the executive committee of the Employers' Federation ...

    Article : 96 words
  61. Y. M. C. A. v CALLAN PARK.

    Y.M.C.A. and Callan Park played at Callan Park, ending in a draw, Scores:—Y.M.C.A., 196, for whom Brownlow made 96, M'Beth 32, and Sailer 29 not out. [?]olt 60, Duff 35, and Schmidt 30 were chief scorers for ...

    Article : 76 words
  62. RAILWAY EMPLOYEES.

    The following resolutionwas carried at the annual conference of the Amalgamated Railway and Tramway Service Association:—"That the Federal Conference be asked to draw up a constitution to federate the ...

    Article : 51 words
  63. [?] BERRY v J. RYALLS.

    At Hampden Park on Wednesday [?]y. Berry and Co., beat J. Ryalls by 37 runs, Scores:—[?] Berry and Co., 87; J. Ryalls, 50. Forthe winners W. Lavender and S. Raynes batted best, while L. Haggetts and L. Fry ...

    Article : 58 words
  64. FIRE BRIGADE UNION.

    At a meeting of the newly-formed Fire Brigade Employees' Union, held at the Trades Hall, the report of the committee appointed to draw up a log of wages and conditions for the industry of firemen in New ...

    Article : 70 words
  65. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB.

    The monthly meeting of the committee of the Australian Jockey Club was held yesterday, when the appeal of T. Martin against the disqualification of himself and the grey gelding ...

    Article : 208 words
  66. GOOD NEWS FOR MOTORISTS.

    The secretary of the Automobile Club of Australia writes:—"Motorists will be pleased to learn that a communication has been received from the town clerk. Penrith, stating that the dangerous gutter complained ...

    Article : 74 words
  67. Y. M. C. A. v CALLAN PARK.

    Played at Callan Park, and resulted in a draw. Scores: Y.M.C.A., 196 (Brownlow made 96, McBeath 32, Salier 29 not out); Callan Park, four wickets for 143 (Holt 60, Schmidt 43), O'Donnell bowled best ...

    Article : 242 words
  68. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 17 words
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