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  2. SPORTING. THE TURF.

    The weather was bitterly cold at Randwick yesterday morning, and, though the middle grass track was open, training operations were very dull. Lord Ullin's Daughter, Condor, Lest ...

    Article : 911 words
  3. THE CRICKET CRISIS.

    At a meeting of the City and Suburban Cricket Association, held on Monday evening, tho following resolutions were carried unanimously:— ...

    Article : 123 words
  4. PASTORALISTS AND THE A.W.U

    It is regarded as practically certain that the suggested conference between the Victorian Pastoralists' Association and the Australian Workers' Union will not take place. The ...

    Article : 235 words
  5. ROUGH WEATHER. GALES AND HEAVY SEAS. VESSELS RETURN TO PORT.

    Strong gales from the south-east and eastsouth-east were raging along the coast yesterday, and heavy seas were running. These conditions interfered considerably with the ...

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  6. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    This afternoon the first matince of "A Country Girl' will be given at [?] Majesty s Theatre, when the favourite opera, with its contrast between rustic Devonshire and the ga[?] of a ball costumed in the ...

    Article : 142 words
  7. COUNTRY NEWS. SOTUH COAST.

    The Candelo Athletic Club acceptances for the race meeting on Empire Day closed with 46 in the big handicap, and the same number in the Empire Handicap. ...

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  8. BEGA J.C. WINTER MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words
  9. AUTOMOBILE CLUB TRIALS.

    The 4000 miles tyre trials, organised by the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland, which lasted from March 1 to 31, have resulted is follows:—The gold medals in the three classes respectively have been ...

    Article : 91 words
  10. THE QUEANBEYAN ELECTION.

    Colonel Ryrie, M.L.A., is at present in this part of the, electorate, returning thanks for his election. When addressing the electors hero, he stated that whilst being a ...

    Article : 61 words
  11. GOLF.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 64 words
  12. CRITERION THEATRE.

    At the Criterion Theatre, where "The Man from Mexico" has caught on with the public, the WilloughbyWard Comedy Company will give the second matinee of their season this afternoon, Mr. Hugh Ward, as ...

    Article : 58 words
  13. PADDINGTON CLUB.

    A special general meting of the Paddington Club was held at Epstein's Hotel last evening when there was a full attendance of members Notice of a resolution had been given at a meeting held two weeks ...

    Article : 126 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—For the past week, while it has seemed likely that better counsels would prevail with the players, and that the trouble between them and the association would ...

    Article : 945 words
  15. A RESIDENCE JUBILEE.

    Mr. Hector Reutter, a 50 years' resident of Numba, was entertained at a social last night by old neighbours and other friends, and presented with a gold pendant. Mr. Harry ...

    Article : 39 words
  16. THEATRE ROYAL.

    At the Theatre Royal Hall Caine's romantic drama, The Prodigal Son," furnishes a story the beautiful seenes of which are amidst the strange and unfamiliar surroundings of Iceland. At present the new play is ...

    Article : 60 words
  17. BOWLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 359 words
  18. CYCLING AND MOTORING.

    The above club will hold a 20 miles test race on the 2nd of June, over the Homebush course, to select a team for the Dunlop interclub premiership. The race is arousing more than usual interest, on account of ...

    Article : 133 words
  19. THE NEW SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS.

    Mr. Leslie Harris and Mme. Yeamans-Titus will open their brief season of society entertainments at the Palace Thatre on Saturday, under Mr. Allan Hamilton's direction. Mr. Leslie Harris, whose talents were ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. BRIDGE AT MUNGABAREENA.

    The question of a bridge over the Murray at Mungabareena was brought, under the notice of the Premier when in Albury. The outcome of the representations of Mr. ...

    Article : 166 words
  21. "ADMISSION OF SOLICITORS.

    Sir,—The Incorporated Law Institute and some of the solicitors of this State are about to present a petition to the Judges of the Supreme Court praying (inter alia) that ...

    Article : 1,355 words
  22. "NELL GWYNNE" AT THE PALACE.

    Planquette's melodious comic opera "Nell Gwynne" will be performed to-night, to-morrow, and Friday, at the Palace Theatre, under Mr. Philip Lytton's direction, when playgoers will have opportunities of ...

    Article : 77 words
  23. ANNANDALE BICYCLE CLUB.

    On account of the large number of races down for decision on Saturday, the Annandale Club's road race will begin at 3 o'clock sharp. Mr. J. J. Lorimer, a late member of the ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening, at the Tivoli Theatre Mr. Harry Rickards' Company will be headed by Blake and Granby, the new English artists in their comedy, "The Man in Possession," and the week's ...

    Article : 70 words
  25. NEW SOUTH WALES CYCLISTS' ASSOCIATION.

    The adjourned general meeting of this association was held on Tuesday evening, at the Queen's Hall. The remaining officers were elected, which will now allow the new league to go ahead. Letters were read from ...

    Article : 161 words
  26. FIRES.

    News has been received that the residence of Mr. Alfred Harvey, a farmer at Rosewood, was burnt to the ground on Saturday last, it was insured in the Sun office for ...

    Article : 36 words
  27. STATE SCHOOLS' PATRIOTIC CONCERT.

    Herr Hugo Alpen conducted the final rehearsal of the massed choirs, with brass band and grand organ, yesterday morning at the Town Hall when some imposing ensembles were presented. Mr. Frank Bullen ...

    Article : 153 words
  28. COTTAGE HOMES AT [?]KEN HILL.

    At a public meeting last night, the acting Mayor presiding, it was ecided to establish cottage homes in Brokin Hill tor poor widows who are endeav[?]ring to maintain ...

    Article : 49 words
  29. CABBINE UNATTACHED ROAD RACE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 606 words
  30. TOWN HALL CONCERT.

    The Professional Musicians announce the second se [?]ies of their popular concerts at the Town Hall on Sunday afternoon next Miss Geraldine Rivers will bing the cavatina from "Robert le Diable," with harp ...

    Article : 91 words
  31. THE CHU[?]CHES.

    A conversazione und[?] the aus[?]ces of the Eskbank Presbyterian [?]hurch was held in the Odd[?]ollows' Hall last night. There was a large attendance. Addresses were delivered by the ...

    Article : 92 words
  32. SYDNEY JUVENILE ORCHESTRA.

    The Sydney Juvenile Orchestra gave their sixth annual concert at St. James's Hall list night, when Herr Adolph Poulsen conducted about 50 perform ers, two score of whom belonged to the string ...

    Article : 182 words
  33. INTER-CLUB FIXTURES.

    This afternoon three rinks of the Petersham Club will play on the Rockdale green against a similar number of the St. George Club On Saturday Balmain will send four rinks to ...

    Article : 53 words
  34. FOOTBALL.

    The four grade teams to meet the visitors from the country on Monday, June 4, are University, Kastern Suburbs, South Sydney, and Glebe. It is anticipated that the country teams—two from ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. HOUSE BURIED AT GUM FLAT.

    A fire broke [?] in a dwelling-house ot 10 rooms, owned and occupied by Henry Schutz, farmer, [?] Gum Flat, seven miles from Inverell, yesterday morning. The ...

    Article : 187 words
  36. EMPIRE LEAGUE CONCERT.

    Next Monday evening the women's branch of the British Fmpire League will celebrate Empire Day in a spectacular entertainment and concert, to which the girls of the D[?]ngton school, the band of the ...

    Article : 66 words
  37. CRICKET.

    In England the first-class season began on Easte[?] Monday, when Surrey played the Gentlemen of England ot the Oval. "Cricket" thus refers to the first happenings of the season:—"The first run of the ...

    Article : 117 words
  38. MISS ZAIDA BEN-YUSUF.

    Miss" Zaida Ben-Yusuf, a noted American artist and writer who lectures on "The Japanese People" at St. James's Hall on Thursday 31st inst, has acquired a wide knowledge of Japan and its people. Her ...

    Article : 59 words
  39. PEDESTRIANISM.

    The fifteenth Golden Gate £10 Handicap, which, owing to the wet weather last Monday night was postponed, will be run through to-night at the Georgestreet running tracks. Entries total 96, and some ...

    Article : 93 words
  40. AMERICAN BANJO SOCIETY.

    This evening the American Banjo, Mandolin, and Guitar Orchestral Society will give a concert at St. James's Hall, under the direction of Mr. W. J. Stent. Concerted and vocal numbers will be contributed by ...

    Article : 48 words
  41. ST. PATRICK'S CHOIR CONCERT.

    Mr. G. E. Boyle will conduct a sacred concert in St. Patrick's Church to-night, assisted by Miss Ethel Ligg[?] Mr. G. Rivers Allpress, Mr. J. Mansfield, Mr. J. Crabtree, and others, to raise a special lighting ...

    Article : 56 words
  42. DUNLOP INTERCLUB PREMIERSHIP.

    The series of races in connection with the fifth annual team premiership, run under the auspices of the New South Wales Cyclists' Union, will commence next month. This is a competition confined to teams ...

    Article : 336 words
  43. MR. EAKIN ON "BOGEYS."

    Sir,—[?] a consistent and life-long protectionist, [?] much gratified by Mr. Deakin's announc[?] at his meeting on Friday evening last[?], to use his own words, ...

    Article : 701 words
  44. QUEENSLAND NOTES.

    Mr. McGill has sustained a serious loss by the death of the thoroughbred filly Graceful, which contracted influen[?] last week. Other complications set in, [?] the filly died this ...

    Article : 74 words
  45. BILLIARDS.

    Concerning the lapsed match between C. Dawson and J. Roberts, the former has announced that he will not press for his legal rights in the matter of the money deposited. He, however, thinks he has not been fairly ...

    Article : 50 words
  46. THE APOLLO RECITALS.

    The series of Apollo recitals and concerts organised at the British Pianoforte Warehouse will be continued by a further demonstration of the new piano player tomorrow evening, as noted in another column. ...

    Article : 38 words
  47. DANGEROUS BAR AT NEWCASTLE.

    Last night a moderate gale with rain squalls was blowing from the south-east, bringing up a nasty sea. Several vessels experienced difficulty in making port this morning, owing ...

    Article : 713 words
  48. THE HAYMARKET HIPPODROME.

    The Australian bushranging drama, "THe Missing Partners," is drawing good houses nightly at the Haymarket Hippodrome, where it is being played by Mr. Cole's Bohemian Dramatic Comapny. On Friday ...

    Article : 46 words
  49. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—According to to-day's issue, in reporting a meeting of the trustees of the Association Ground, Sir William Lyne remarked that the trustees have been able to improve ...

    Article : 185 words
  50. ACCIDENT AT FLEMINGTON.

    There was an accident on the sand track at Flemington this morning. Royal Star and Rogue's March, two horses in Whitty's stable, were galloping, when they came into ...

    Article : 128 words
  51. N. S.W. AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The annual tournament for the amateur billiard, championship of the State will begin on the 2nd prox, at Messrs. Helron and Smith's rooms, Castlereaghstreet, Sydney. The competitors are:—M. Spencer ...

    Article : 66 words
  52. DISAPPOINTING CANADA.

    Sir,—will you kindly permit me to waru Australians through the medium of your paper against emigrating to Canada. So many are coming here only to find after arriving that ...

    Article : 596 words
  53. SOHO-SQUARE TOURNAMENT.

    Although the final game in the Soho-square tourna(ment was played before the last f[?]es to hand left England, the destination of the first prfre had not been determined. Diggle and Inman tied, and ...

    Article : 123 words
  54. LEAGUE NEWS.

    One of the most important road races to be run under the League of Wheelmen rules will take place on Saturday over the Granville-Pairfield course. The event with be known as the Sims road race, having ...

    Article : 257 words
  55. MELROSE PLAINS PICNIC RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 251 words
  56. BOXING.

    There was large gathering at the National Sporting Club last night to witness the match between M. Andrews and E. Whiting. It was announced at the start that Whiting could not comply with the ...

    Article : 87 words
  57. NATIONAL ANNUITIES.

    The colonial conference of friendly socle ties, sitting in Wellington, has received a important communication from Mr. Seddo regarding his scheme of national annuitie ...

    Article : 230 words
  58. OYSTER CULTURE.

    Sir,—Allow me to offer some comments on the oyster industry of this State. Considering the immense seaboard, broken as it is by estuaries and ports, with quiet waters, the ...

    Article : 289 words
  59. TAMWORTH CYCLE CLUB.

    The Tamworth Bicycle Club, one of the most recently formed bodies, has written to the league secretary, intimating that it unanimously decided at the last meeting to a[?] with the governing body ...

    Article : 87 words
  60. GUNDAGAI ANNUAL RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 246 words
  61. GRANVILLE SPORTS.

    The entries for the above sports, which will take place on June 4, have been extended to Saturday. The chief events will be a mile, valued at £7 10s, and a half-mile, worth £4. The secretary of the ...

    Article : 47 words
  62. DEFEAT OF KRAMER.

    The two-day meet at the Pare des Princes track Paris, was remarkable for the defeat of tre American. Kramer was making his first appearance in open competition, pitted against the pick of the European ...

    Article : 106 words
  63. THE NUNDORA OUTRAG

    Nothing fresh has been reported [?] the Nundora outrage. Dr. Bartley overnment medical officer, left Broken [?] early this morning, driving to meet th[?] of ...

    Article : 104 words
  64. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 160 words
  65. MOTOR CYCLE RECORD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 171 words
  66. Advertising

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    Advertising : 52 words
  67. Advertising

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    Advertising : 37 words
  68. Advertising

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    Advertising : 32 words
  69. STROUD RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 65 words
  70. Advertising

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    Advertising : 25 words
  71. WORLD'S DISTANCE RECORD.

    An ambitious and interpid motor [?]list, Mr. C. C. do Finncy, is about to start on a self-imposed mission with a view to beating the world's longest road record ever accomplished on any vehicle, by driving ...

    Article : 129 words
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