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  2. SPORTING.

    Pony and galloway racing takes place at Kensington this afternoon, and the sevenevent programme to be played out should furnish interesting sport. The customary ...

    Article : 920 words
  3. CYCLING AND MOTORING.

    The League of Wheelmen riders are in for a busier time than ever to this road-racing season. The council, always alive to the interests of the members, has arranged a programme, which, taken in conjunction ...

    Article : 171 words
  4. THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY.

    An idea of the growth in the automobile industry may be gleaned from the fact that in the United Kingdom and France alone the enormous sum of £25,000,000 was disbursed in wages during the year 19[?]6. ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. PEKING-PARIS MOTOR CAR RACE.

    The difficulties, real or imaginary, of traversing by motor car from Peking to Paris resulted in the [?]oor field of five motorists starting in the automobile run organised across the two continents by the French ...

    Article : 490 words
  6. LITHGOW (LEAGUE) CLUB.

    The Lithgow Club yesterday registered half a dozen additional racing members with the league for the current year, all of whom are taking out State licenses. Mr. A. Camp, the secretary writing to the secretary ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. VICTORIAN SPORTING NOTES.

    Federal Court has been scratched for the Caulfield and G. N. Steeplechase. Bellis was all right to-day after his race in the Williamstown Steeplechase. He is not likely ...

    Article : 45 words
  8. ASHFIELD (LEAGUE) CLUB.

    The Ashfield (League) Club is an active body. Its fixture for Saturday is the second of a series of 22 miles test races which it is holding to select a rider to have his expenses paid and officially represent the club in ...

    Article : 92 words
  9. DEATH OF THE STEEPLECHASER HISTORY.

    While taking part in a run with the Adelaide hounds at Reynella on Saturday last the steeplechaser History dropped dead, presumably from a ruptured blood-vessel. ...

    Article : 73 words
  10. WALLACE CONTINENTAL ROAD RACE.

    A number of entries were handed in yesterday for the Wallace-Continental road race, the richest road event held annually in this State under the auspices of the league of New South Wales Wheelmen. Among ...

    Article : 144 words
  11. KALGOORLIE RACING INQUIRY.

    It is generally considered that both Sporran and Little Mary were doped before running in the races in which they ran last, and a detective has been at work investigating the ...

    Article : 87 words
  12. AMUSEMENTS.

    Miss Marie Hall must be gratified by the enthusiasm of her Sydney audiences, despite the wet and stormy weather which has prevailed during the visit of the gifted violinist to this city. Undeterred by the ...

    Article : 359 words
  13. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,749 words
  14. PIONEER MOTOR CYCLE CLUB.

    The Pioneer Motor Cycle Club held a meeting last evening at the Sports Club, in Hunter-street. There was a large attendance of members Mr. Forest Finlay, tendered his resignation as secretary, ...

    Article : 44 words
  15. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Lawn Tennis Association of Australasia has granted the Queensland Association sanction to play the above match at Brisbane, commencing August 16 next. ...

    Article : 134 words
  16. THE HEBREW RELIEF SOCIETY.

    The members of the Vaudeville Artists' Association have organised a monster vaudeville entertainment to be given to-morrow night at the Royal Standard Theatre, in aid of the funds of the Hebrew Relief ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. MELBOURNE SYDNEY CYCLE RECORD.

    F. Birtles, of overland fame, intends should the weather be favourable leaving the General Post Office, Melbourne, to-day at 3 p.m. with a view of reducing the existing cycle record between ...

    Article : 350 words
  18. VICTORIAN RACING CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 202 words
  19. MISS MABEL WARD'S CONCERT.

    Next Wednesday evening Miss Estell Mabel Ward will give a concert at the Y.M.C.A. Hall. The contralto, who will sing some fine music, will be assisted by Mme. Grace Miller Ward (American ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. VICTORIA HALL PICTURES.

    This afternoon and evening, at the Victoria-Hall, Pitt and Park streets, the American Picturescope Company will present the dramatic series of tableaux showing "The Indian's Revenge," as well as ...

    Article : 42 words
  21. BILLIARDS.

    The match between Melbourne Inman and F. Lindrum, jun., which will run the week out at the Queen's Hall, Pitt-street, was advanced another stage yesterday afternoon, when the attendance was again ...

    Article : 569 words
  22. THE HAYMARKET HIPPODROME.

    The last two nights of the Wild West drama, "Buffalo Bill," are announced at the Haymarket Hippodrom[?]. On Friday night the American gold mining drama, "The Missing Partner," will be produced. A matinee ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. BONDI BEACH SKATING RINK.

    The rink is now under the management of Mr. Argyle Smith (late of the Sydney Skating Rink, Prince Alfred Park), who is prepared to instruct skaters. There are three sessions daily, with a full band in the evening in ...

    Article : 109 words
  24. WARRNAMBOOL MELBOURNE ROAD RACE.

    The New South Wales representative for the Dunlop road race from Worrnambpol to Melbourne, will be selected this year in connection with the New South Wales League's road race from Goulburn to ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. THE OXFORD.

    A matinee will be given at the Oxford tins afternoon. The lengthy film of the sensational Thaw-White tragedy and trial continues a big draw. A dozen new pictures will be submitted and leading ...

    Article : 45 words
  26. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    This afternoon the third matinee of "The Spring Chicken" will be given at Her Majesty's Theatre, where the bright new piece, with its gay ballets vivacious music, and sentimental and humourous songs, ...

    Article : 59 words
  27. OVERLAND MOTOR TRIP.

    Place to place records, which are now all the rage with motor enthusiasts in Europe, will probably become equally popular in Australia at an early date. The first place to place run will be made in July, by ...

    Article : 312 words
  28. SYDNEY HUNT CLUB.

    Notwithstanding the wet weather, Saturday last provided a good day's sport for followers. Members left Sydney by the 9.30 a.m. train, and arrived about 11 o'clock at Edensor Park, where they were entertained ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. MR. N. J. GEHDE'S CONCERT.

    Mr. Gehde will submit a programme of varied character Sunday afternoon next, when the Rockdale Brass Band will perform. Misses Peerless and Thorndike, Mr. Harold Hazell, Master Galvin, and the Lutanists ...

    Article : 39 words
  30. THEATRE ROVAL.

    The first production this season of Gounod's "Faust ' will be the principal event to-day at the Theatre Royal, where for the matinee Mr. George Musgrove will again stage the pretty fairy opera, "Hansel and ...

    Article : 132 words
  31. THE COAL-LUMPERS.

    Sir,—The letters of "Fairplay" and E. Braby condemning the Methodist Mission for supplying the necessaries of life to the wives and families of the strikers show a spirit ...

    Article : 311 words
  32. CRITERION THEATRE.

    At the Criterion Theatre "The Squatter's Daughter" has entered upon a remarkable run. Audiences still continue undiminished, and Mr. Wm. Anderson's dr[?] matic company, "aided and abetted" by picturesque ...

    Article : 56 words
  33. VICTORIAN TRAINING NOTES.

    The weather was dull, but one and mill, this morning, and a fair amount of interesting work was got through. The grass track was closed, and all the work was done on the ...

    Article : 1,045 words
  34. GOLF.

    The following are the draw and times of starting for next Saturday at Rose Bay. Players should start at the times fixed:—9.45 and 12.45, E. J. B. Macarthur v Ross Gore; 9.40 and 12[?], H. Macneil v C. A. ...

    Article : 147 words
  35. RAILWAY FREIGHTS AND PASSENGER RATES.

    Sir,—After perusing the information supplied by the Railway Commissionuers on the above subject, published in the "Herald" last week, the people of the Narrabri district were highly ...

    Article : 582 words
  36. PALACE THEATRE.

    This evening Mr. Charles Holloway's dramatic company will enter upon the last four nights of their season at the Palace Theatre (which is thereafter other wise engaged), a fact which should stimulate interest ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Mr. Paul Rousseau, the secretary of the Cyclists' International, has forwarded the programme of this year's world's championship meeting to Mr. M'Intosh, of Sydney. The programme which is an interesting ...

    Article : 140 words
  38. TATTERSALL'S TOURNAMENT.

    The draw for the first round of the above, which will commence on July 2, is:—A. W. Eales, receives 4[?], v Bassini, owes 25; A. Flanagan, receives 90, v Ina. receives 30; J. Brennan, receives 75, v W. Bray, receives ...

    Article : 259 words
  39. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening, at the Tivoli Theatre, Mr. Harry Rickard's company will include the new English character-actor Mr. V. L. Granville, "the Great Carlton," jester and card king, Graceful Gracie ...

    Article : 61 words
  40. DUBBO G.C.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 129 words
  41. NATIONAL AMPHITHEATRE.

    This evening the National Vaudeville Entertainers at the National Amphitheatre will present an attractive programme, which will include Sam Gale and Little Sadie, the Rollos, musical sketch artists, the ...

    Article : 54 words
  42. MOTOR BOAT CLUB.

    On Saturday afternoon Invincible and Fairbanks are to meet in their challenge match of three heats over the Garden Island-Manly course, the boat scoring the best two out of three to win. The first heat i[?] timed ...

    Article : 485 words
  43. CARRENO FAREWELL RECITALS.

    The first of three farewell recitals will be given by Madame Carreno at the Town Hall to-night. A programme of remarkable interest is announced, including Beethoven's "Apassionata" Sonata, the great ...

    Article : 125 words
  44. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Regarding the letters of E. Braby and others condemnatory of the action of the Rev. Mr. Taylor's mission in aiding and succouring the wives and children of the men now ...

    Article : 267 words
  45. MARKERS' TOURNAMENT.

    The above was continued last night at Messrs. Heiron and Smith's showrooms, 214 Castlereagh-street with the following results:—J. Jamieson (rec. 285) beat W. Taylor (rec. 320) by 24; G. Boati (rec. 255) beat M. ...

    Article : 392 words
  46. FOOTBALL.

    The N.S.W. team will leave for Brisbane this evening. The first match in the northern capital will be played on Saturday. "Stanmore" writes:—"As a great deal of ...

    Article : 291 words
  47. WEST'S PICTURES—DE GROEN'S BAND.

    This afternoon and evening at the Lyceum, Mr. T. J. West's Pictuies will include the Naval attack on Portsmouth arranged for the colonial Premiers. It is important to note that these will be transferred ...

    Article : 73 words
  48. EMPIRE PICTURES AT THE PALACE.

    Next Monday evening Mr. Edwin Geach, will bring forward a new attraction at the Palace Theatre by the Empire Picture Company, following some of the latest developments of cinematography. The most ...

    Article : 65 words
  49. LESLIE HARRIS AT THE TOWN HALL.

    Mr. Leslie Harris, the popular English entertainer, will open at the Town Hall for a season in his humorous sketches, "Myself and Piano," under the direction of Mr. C. Sudholz. An important feature ...

    Article : 83 words
  50. NEW MOTOR YACHT.

    There is now on the stocks at Balmain what promises to be the finest motor yacht yet seen in Australia, indeed, the designs indicate that it will rank among the best in the way of motor boats in any ...

    Article : 543 words
  51. BOXING

    There was a good house at the Gaiety Athletic Hall last night to witness a 20-round contest between Turner and Bryant. The former won in the fifteenth round. The preliminary between Roff and Stephens ...

    Article : 48 words
  52. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—May I be permitted to make a brief reply to "E. A. M.'s" letter in your issue of to-day with reference to the assistance given the coal-lumpers suffering through the present ...

    Article : 454 words
  53. "RIP VAN WINKLE" OPERA.

    The Beale Musical Society will produre Planquette's comic opera, "Rip van Winkle," at the Standard Theatre, tonight and Friday. The principal parts have been allotted to Misses Elsie Prince ...

    Article : 65 words
  54. PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    First Senior.—Stanmore v Cleveland-street A, University; Fort-street, a bye. Second Senior.—Cleveland-street B v St. Peters, Alexandria, late; Leichhardt v Burwood, St. Luke's Park, ...

    Article : 275 words
  55. WILLOUGHBY TRAM FARES.

    Mr. J. Crowley, Naremburn, writes:—The residents of East Willoughby have been for nearly six years agitating for tram reform. Public meetings were held in advocacy of it, petitions numerously signed ...

    Article : 214 words
  56. APOLLO INVITATION RECITAL.

    This evening there will be an invitation recital of popular and romantic music at the British Pianoforte Depot, when Mr. Fred. Whaite will preside at the improved Apollo piano-player. The vocalist of the ...

    Article : 46 words
  57. THE RICHARD GOODALL MATINEE.

    Leading managers and artists will assist to-morrow afternoon at the benefit matinee at the Criterion Theatre in aid of Mr. Richard Goodall, well known as an American producer of light musical pieces. The ...

    Article : 50 words
  58. Y.M.C.A. GLEE CLUB CONCERT.

    The Y.M.C.A. Glee Club, directed by Mr. J. J. Virgo, will give their fifth annual concert at the Y.M.C.A. Hall to-morrow evening, when a number of melodious part songs will be selected from this ...

    Article : 65 words
  59. MISS ENA TURNBULL'S RECITAL.

    Miss Ena Turnbull will give an elocutionary entertainment at St. James's Hall to-morrow night, when her pieces will include a scene from "The Lady of Lyons," "Maud Muller," and "How the Chestnut ...

    Article : 65 words
  60. Advertising

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    Advertising : 338 words
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