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  2. MINING.

    Very little inclination was shown to do business in mining scrip on the Sydney Stock Exchange yesterday morning and consequently the turnover was a small one. London cables ...

    Article : 762 words
  3. SPORTING.

    Braw Laddie was yesterday struck out of the A.J.C. St. Leger Stakes, 1910. Molong Jockey Club (March 9) and Wagga St. Patrick's Day (March 16) race meetings ...

    Article : 1,400 words
  4. WHEAT CONFERENCE.

    Officers of the Department of Agriculture have issued some important recommendations arising out of a wheat-growing conference held at the Wagga Experimental Farm on ...

    Article : 757 words
  5. VICTORIAN TRAINING NOTES.

    The weather was dul and cool this morning, and there was a fair amount of work done on the sand, which was in splendid order. All F. M'Grath's horses were out doing easy. ...

    Article : 693 words
  6. ARSENICAL PYRITES.

    Mr. W. Rumble brought into Albury to-day a sample of auriferous from a reef discovered on nail Can Hill, about four miles from Albury. A party consisting of S. Emery, G. ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. LAWN TENNIS.

    Teams representing the Roberton Park and Bowral law tennis clubs played a match on Wednesday afternoon, the result being a win for Bowral by 6 sets 59 games to 6 sets 57 games. The winners were ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. MINING IN THE STATE.

    The Calvert Gold and Copper Mining Company having decided to suspend operations, are disposing of their plant, and also that of Gourlay's Creek. Mr. Thomas has ...

    Article : 224 words
  9. BOWLS.

    The match Marrickville B team 2 v Mosman B team 2, which had been postponed owing to rain, and which was directed to be replyaed by the pennant committee, was finished on Wednesday on the Mosman green, ...

    Article : 211 words
  10. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    Sales and quotations:- Gold: W. A. Stocks, Associated, 13/10½, b 13/3, s 14/; Northern, b 6/5, s 6/7; Boulder, 23/9, b 23/7½, s 23/9; Perseverance, b 5/4, s 5/5; Golden Ridge, b ...

    Article : 417 words
  11. SAILING.

    If the start of Culwulla III. on her long voyage in quest of the Sayonara Cup can be taken as an augury, it will be a happy one, for a more perfect afternoon than yesterday could not hvae been desired. ...

    Article : 284 words
  12. ATHLETICS.

    The South Sydney Harriers will hold their first club sports meeting of the year at Sir Joseph Banks' Grounds, Botany, on Saturday next, when the following programme will be decided:—75yds, 150yds, 880yds. ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. EMMAVILLE MINING.

    During the past few weeks there has been a notable increase in the quantity of tin and wolfram coming forward, and it the present satisfactory market continues the output will ...

    Article : 729 words
  14. 200 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    It is gathered from English files that the above professionals met in a race for the 200yds championship of the world and £200 at Victoria Grounds Stoke, it being Cartwell's first professional race. Betting at the ...

    Article : 431 words
  15. BALMAIN AMATEUR CLUB.

    A general handicap will be sailed under the Balmain Amateur Club's flag to-morrow. The entries and handicaps are:—Grace Darling (H. T. Booth), ser, work; ser, lead: Reliance (W. Douglas), 11m, ...

    Article : 83 words
  16. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Main Ridge Deep Lead, fortnight ended January 30:— Work has been principally confirmed to the completion of the new dam. This work is now finished, and when the catchment is filled will afford a permanent ...

    Article : 1,715 words
  17. SWIMMING.

    A meeting will be held in the Victoria Hall, Manly, to-night, to make preliminary arrangements for the annual surf carnival, March 19. The programme will he decided, and sectional committees will be elected. ...

    Article : 69 words
  18. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.

    The Simmer meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club was continued to-day. During the afternoon £5191 10s was put through the totalisator. Results:- Encourage Stakes, 6f.—E. M'Combe's Daybreak, by ...

    Article : 432 words
  19. ROSE BAY CLUB.

    The above club decided a 450 yards handicap at Farmer's Baths, Rose Bay, whcih resulted as follows:—First heat: J. Murray, 40s, 1; A. M'Farlane, 60s, 2; W. Manahan, 70s, 3. Time, 7m. Second ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. INDOOR MARATHON RACE.

    The first indoor Marathon held in England took place on Saturday, December 18, when, in the presence of 3000 spectators, at the Royal Albert Hall, Charles W. Gardiner, of Lewisham, beat Dorando Pietri, the ...

    Article : 591 words
  21. NEWCASTLE.

    The following vessels were entered outward at the Newcastle Customs-house yesterday:— Melbourne, s, for Hokianga, N.Z., with 320 tons bunkers and water ballast. ...

    Article : 34 words
  22. SURF CLUB AT NARRABEEN.

    As the result of the large number of perons frequenting the Narrabeen beach for surf-bathing, a meeting was held on Saturday evening to consider the question of establishing a surf club, and the erection ...

    Article : 163 words
  23. STOCK EXCHANGE SALES.

    Silver.—B. H. South, contributing, £5/11/; B. H. Junction North, 40/4½. Copper.—O.K., /11½, /11; Kangiara Proprietary, paid, 3/3. ...

    Article : 54 words
  24. THE HARBOUR ENTRANCE.

    Messrs. Frederick Ash, Limited, have received a letter from their London agents reading as follows:—"The owners of the Federal line informed us yesterday that their ...

    Article : 236 words
  25. ST. JAMES'S JUNIOR RECREATION CLUB.

    The first annual swimming carnival in connection with the above club was held on January 31 in the Municipal Baths, Domain. The following are the results:- Club Championship.—Won by J. Duff. ...

    Article : 97 words
  26. LONDON SHARE MARKET.

    On the Stock Exchange yesterday quotations of Australian mining ventures were:—Block 10, b 62/6, s 65/; North Broken Hill, b £5/3/9, s £5/6/3; South Broken Hill, £5/15/, s ...

    Article : 198 words
  27. RANDWICK AND COOGEE CLUB.

    The above held a 150yds members' handicap at the Coogee Aquarium baths, the results being:—First boatr; it. Townsend, 15s, 1; T. Walker, 14s, 2; E. Hennessey, 24s, 8. Time, 2m 3 3-5s. Second heat: ...

    Article : 164 words
  28. MURRUMBURRAH TURF CLUB.

    The second day's racing in connection with the Murrumburrah Annual Turf Club's meeting took place this afternoon, in the presence of a large attendance. The weather was hot, but the racing was good. ...

    Article : 288 words
  29. ABBOTSFORD CLUB.

    The above club held a 152yds brace handicap at Cashman's baths on Tuesday evening. Result:—S. Gallimore and Trelbe, 12s, 1; R. Hopping and Reidy, 14s, 2; C. Frost and D. Paterson, 23s, 3. Time, 1m 12 2-5s. ...

    Article : 157 words
  30. THE NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    Up to Saturday last something like six thousand sleepers were stacked near the site where the Wingham railway station buildings will, in due course, be erected. At Tares ...

    Article : 165 words
  31. CYCLING AND MOTORING.

    The following are the handicaps for the Glebe Monarch one mile track race, to be held at the Sports Ground on the 11th inst.:—W. Patrick, ser: S. Leves, 10yds; P. Settree, 15yds; W. Goodwille, 20yds; 11. ...

    Article : 107 words
  32. THE ZINC PROBLEM.

    Mr. F. A. Govett, chairman of directors of the Zinc Corporation and the South Blocks, and a director of various Westralian gold mines, is at present visiting his Broken ...

    Article : 262 words
  33. MINING NOTES.

    The Stannum Tin Dredge Company have a sufficient water supply for three months. The Bourke's Hill Tin Sluicing Company has a good supply of water. Last week both ...

    Article : 638 words
  34. B. AND B. CLUB.

    The B. and B. Club will hold a 10 miles road race for members over the Bunnerong-road course on February 26. Entries close on February 12. ...

    Article : 30 words
  35. CRICKET.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 210 words
  36. JU-JITSU CLUB.

    As the remit of a meeting at Young's Physical Culture Rooms, Angel-place, Pitt-street, presided over by Mr. Victor Foy, and attended by a number of jujitsu exponents and pupils, it has been decided to form ...

    Article : 81 words
  37. AUTOMOBILE CLUB.

    The Automobile Club is at present going into the question of superintending the abilities of members as drivers, etc, as specified in the new motor traftic regulations A full libt of those regarded ...

    Article : 143 words
  38. SEWERAGE OF ROSE BAY.

    The claims of the residents of Rose Bay to a sewerage system were yesterday pressed upon the attention of the Minister for Works by a deputation representing the Woollahra and ...

    Article : 297 words
  39. BOXING.

    At the Darling Point Hotel yesterday afternoon, in the presence of about one hundred visitors, Frank Thorn, the feather-weight champion of Australia, who is matched to fight Djck Cullen, of ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. COMBINED SEVEN MILES ROAD RACE.

    The following have qualified for the final of the above race, to be run over the Campsic-Belmore course on Saturday:—D. Kirk (W. Sub.), ser.; C. Howes (W. Sub.), 20s; C. Baird (mar.), 30s; A. E. M'Carthy (W. ...

    Article : 146 words
  41. THE MORNING GALLOPS.

    Some fast gallops were recorded yesterday morning at Randwick on the "magpie" grass track, which was capital going. Maltine galloped over seven ...

    Article : 346 words
  42. AMUSEMENTS.

    This evening's performance of the famous opera "The Merry Widow" at Her Majesty's Theatre will present playgoers with their only opportunity of hearing Lehar's beautiful music, as to-morrow Mr. J. C. ...

    Article : 46 words
  43. DISCOVERY OF GOLD.

    The gold find, 10 refiles from Nymagee, on the Mount Boppy-road, is causing a little excitement locally. For years Jacobsen prospected the area. Over 12 months ago he struck ...

    Article : 83 words
  44. UNION CLUB RACE NIGHT MEETING.

    The executive of the Cyclists' union has decided that the same arrangements shall be in force at the club race night on the Sports Ground on the 11th inst as were found satisfactory in connection with the ...

    Article : 153 words
  45. SHEFFFIELD SHIELD MATCHES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 363 words
  46. WESTERN SUBURBS ORCHESTRA.

    At the first annual meeting of the Western Suburbs Amateur Orchestral Union on Tuesday night at Petersham, Mr. E. J. Hollingdale in the chair, the annual report recorded the success of three grand concerts at ...

    Article : 187 words
  47. TONGKAH HARBOUR COMPANY.

    An extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the Tongkah Harbour Dredging Company was held last night. There was a good attendance. Mr. H. Y. Jones occupied ...

    Article : 267 words
  48. TRIUMPH MOTOR CYCLES.

    Triumph motor cycles have scored gold medals in almost all the important British trials. In local tests they have been equally successful. Whether their numerous victories are due to particular design or ...

    Article : 46 words
  49. MOTOR CYCLING.

    The following in the programme for the Motor cycle Club of New South Wales' carnival to be held on the 16th inst, at the Sports Ground:—Scratch race, up to 2½ b.p., one mile, first prize open order £2 2s, second ...

    Article : 184 words
  50. INTERSTATE CRICKET.

    Messrs. F. A. Iredale, W. Hume, and G. P. Barbour have chosen the following team to visit Tasmania this month:—G. Harvey, E. F. Waddy, E. L. Waddy, A. Diamond, J. C. ...

    Article : 117 words
  51. Advertising

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    Advertising : 48 words
  52. ROWING.

    North Shore Rowing Club annual regatta was a fixture for last Saturday, but owing to the rouginess of the water on the part of the hurbour where the racing was to take place the officers determined to postpone ...

    Article : 471 words
  53. V.A.T.C. SCRATCHINGS.

    V.A.T.C. Scratchings: Caulfield Futurity Stakes: Maxarin, Manchho, M'Culloch, Mary Seaton, Gunpowder, St. Elyn colt, Arajoel colt, Highland Mary filly, Kirkstern filly, and ...

    Article : 29 words
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