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  2. SUNDAY CLOSING.

    In the Summons Division of the Water Police Court yesterday, before Mr. L. S. Donaldson, S.M. Francis William Seaton, a batcher, at 198 William, street, was charged with baring kept his shop open ...

    Article : 390 words
  3. SPORTING.

    Except the steady pacing usual on "off" mornings, nothing worthy of notice took place on the Randwick tracks yesterday morning up till 7 o'clock, when a heavy fog from the sea enveloped the course. ...

    Article : 884 words
  4. ON THE LAND.

    Most of our agricultural, pastoral, and horticultural societies claim to be agricultural before everything, yet agricultural products play a very small part at their annual shows. Year after year one visits ...

    Article : 1,667 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,753 words
  6. SYDNEY CANOE CLUB.

    The Sydney Cance Club will close its season's recing this afternoon with a sweepstakes race open to al carices and canoe yawls, entries for which will be accepted up to the time of starting. The ...

    Article : 95 words
  7. PASTURES PROTECTION BOARDS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 261 words
  8. LANE COVE CLUB.

    This club will also conclude its racing for the season this afternoon, when a class A handicap will be decided. The entries, &c., are:- Buttercup, H. Carpenter, scratch; Narghea, L. ...

    Article : 81 words
  9. GOLF.

    The engagements for to-day are:- Australian G.C.—Opening of season. Australian G.C. and Royal Sydney G.C., combined medal match. Marrickville G.C.—Monthly medal match. ...

    Article : 178 words
  10. ST. GEORGE'S CLUB.

    The resail of the St. George Club's general handicap decided on March 7 will take place this afternoon. The race, it will be remembered, was won by lra,with Maggie second, but a protest on the ground that ...

    Article : 102 words
  11. SWIMMING.

    The thirteenth annual carnival of the Fort-street Swimming Club is to be hald at Farmer's Domain baths, this afternoon. Besides the usual school championships and handicaps, the programme includes the ...

    Article : 86 words
  12. BOWLS.

    Tho fixtures for this afternoon are as follows:- RAWSON CHALLENGE CUP. Petersham, v. Randwick, at St. George's green. Ashfield v. St. George at Randwick. ...

    Article : 799 words
  13. CYCLING.

    At the sixth annual meeting of the Union Cycliste Iuteruation, held at Paris, the National Cyclists' Union of England was grauted affiliation. On the question of the number of votes the English ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. LEICHHARDT SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL.

    This school held its annual carnival on Thursday afternoon at Mahalm's baths. The results were:- Wading Race.—Gates, 1; Parry, 2; Forbes, 3. Age Championships.—10yrs.: Oleen, 11yrs. Barnier, ...

    Article : 107 words
  15. NATIONAL ART GALLERY.

    The external decoration of the National Art Gallery, which must necessarily take a sculptural form, has been delayed partly through lack of funds and partly owing to the extreme difficulty of finding ...

    Article : 732 words
  16. IRRIGATION AT AOONAMBLE.

    A largely attended meeting was held last evening in the Council-chambers to consider the scheme of Mr. Howard Speight for utilising the large quantity of artesian water known to exist in the district. Mr. ...

    Article : 137 words
  17. BILLIARDS.

    The match between Messrs. H. Rumbull and J. Belfield of 2000 up, on even terms, was concluded at the National Sporting Club last night. Rumball, who played well from the opening on the ...

    Article : 98 words
  18. RETURNING STOCK.

    During the week 13,000 sheep, 268 horses, and 83 cattle have returned from Victorian pastures to this district. The stock movements also include 195 stud rams sold from Boonoke station, and consigned to ...

    Article : 39 words
  19. BIRKETT v. CAMPBELL.

    A match, 2000 up, for a stake of £50, between R. Birkett and E. J. Campbell (champion of South Australia) will commence at the theatre of the National Sporting Club, Castlereagh-street, this ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

    The show was concluded yesterday. The weather was fine, and there was a large attendance. Awards:— Blood stock, mare: D. Lowe. Draught stallion, mare, ...

    Article : 214 words
  21. CRICKET.

    To-day is the last of the season as far as general competition in the first grade is concerned. There may be necessury a final match to decide the club championship, but that is hardly likely. The three clubs ...

    Article : 337 words
  22. SOCIAL.

    Lord and Lady Tennyson will arrive in Sydney by the Melbourne express this morning. Their Excellencies will be escorted from the Redferm railway station by a body of New South Wales Laucers, ...

    Article : 685 words
  23. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB.

    The Rosehill Autumn Meeting, which was auspiciously opened on Saturday last, will be continued and concluded this afternoon, and the bill of fare framed for this occasien indicates a repetition, of ...

    Article : 958 words
  24. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    COOMA.—Mr. E. Perkins has a splendid crop of vegetables at the Grange, which are thriving under the influence of [?]rigation in this district. DENILIQUIN.—The town clerk, who is visiting ...

    Article : 212 words
  25. ROWING.

    The St. Ignatins College Regatta will be held on April 4. on the Lane Cove River. Entries close this evening with Mr. J. E. Myers, or at the college. The open races are: Malden Fours. ...

    Article : 101 words
  26. ST: GEORGE CRICKET ASSOCIATION.

    The last set of matches in connection with the St. George Association will be commenced to-day, and concluded next Saturday. The matches are:- Hurstville v. Sans Souci, at Sans Souel. ...

    Article : 74 words
  27. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS' CADETS.

    The programme of the parade and target practices of the Public Schools' Cutlet Force for the quarter ending June 30 has been issued. The city and suburban school companies and detachments have been formed into district corpa as ...

    Article : 299 words
  28. STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    Sixty-eight cattle, Jemalong to Yamma, M. Sweeney; 1300 sheep, Piney Rauge to freezing works' paddocks, Thatcher Brothers. The South Africa, British, and Colonial Industrial ...

    Article : 77 words
  29. SAILING.

    This afternoon the Prince Alfred Yacht Club will bring their racing season to a conclusion with a consolation race, open to any yacht on the club register which has not won a first prize during the ...

    Article : 336 words
  30. MERCHANTS AT CRICKET.

    The annual cricket match between the Chumbers of Commorrce of Sydney and Newcastle is fixed for Thursday next on the Sydney Cricket Ground. A sub-committee of the Sydney Chamber will shortly select the Sydney team. ...

    Article : 39 words
  31. PADDINGTON DISTRICT CLUB.

    The following are the averages obtained by the members of the Paddington District Club, third grade team, the runners up in the competition just completed:- W. Johnston, 54 3; J. P Meaney, 41'69; W. W ...

    Article : 184 words
  32. CUSTOMS DECISIONS.

    The following list of decisions has been forwarded to us for publication- Rabbit choker (rabbit poison), free, March 16, 1903. ...

    Article : 458 words
  33. FOOTBALL.

    The playing members of the Sydney and Redfern football clubs (Australian rules) are requested by advertisement to meet on moore Park, opposite the Captain Cook Hotel, this afternoon, to play a scratch ...

    Article : 118 words
  34. ARTICLED AND LAW CLERKS.

    A special general meeting of the above association (Mr. E. Newton Daley in the chair) was held in the library of the Incorporated Law Iustitute, No. 2 Castlereagh-street, on Thursday night. Mr. Arthur ...

    Article : 241 words
  35. DISTURBANCE AT WYALONG.

    The Rev. Dr. Dill Macky held a meeting at the Excelsior Hall yesterday. Admission was by ticket. A large crowd assembled outside the hall, and a disturbance arose amongst the crowd. Some persons ...

    Article : 240 words
  36. SYDNEY SAILING CLUB.

    The Sydney Sailing Club will decide its final race of the season this afternoon—a general handicap. Thirteen entries have been received, and especial interest should centre in the meeting of the ...

    Article : 202 words
  37. NEWTOWN CLUB.

    At a meeting of the Newtown Club (Australian rules) held on Wednesday evening, and presided over by the Mayor of Newtown, the following officers were elected:—Secretary, Mr. J. P. Buckley; ...

    Article : 57 words
  38. EAST SYDNEY DISTRICT CLUB.

    A borough football club (the East Sydney) was formed at a meeting at Williamson's Hotel on Friday night. The new club will consist of residents of Bligh, Fitzroy, and King wards of the City Council. ...

    Article : 42 words
  39. VISIT OF NEW ZEALAND TEAM.

    The New Zealand Rugby Football Union has accepted the dates proposed by the New South Wales Union for matches in Sydney. The New Zealand team's first match will be on July l8, and the last on ...

    Article : 59 words
  40. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS.

    Close on an hour was spent by the V.K.C. committee to-day in dealing with the Miss Deerswood appeal case, The upshot was that the appeals were "dismissed and the action of the Mones Valley stowards ...

    Article : 114 words
  41. HOSPITAL SATURDAY FUND.

    A meeting of the Newtown committee of the Hospital Saturday Fund was held at the local Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. Salmon. Mayor of Newtown, presided, and there ...

    Article : 60 words
  42. NEUTRAL BAY CLUB.

    At this club's fortnightly meeting, held on Thursday evening (the commodore, Mr. E. E. Sayer, presiding), it was decided to hold a motor launch race on April 25. It was also decided to provide a ...

    Article : 205 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 132 words
  44. THE ROYAL SHOW.

    Anticipations have been more than realised in connection with the approaching show of the Royal Agricultural Society. Arrangements for the carnival are now in an ...

    Article : 188 words
  45. LACROSSE.

    Owing to the introduction of celetorate lacrosse the above club has been compelled to disband and on Wednesday night held a social evening in the Globe Town Hall, when about 50 members ...

    Article : 253 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 62 words
  47. Advertising

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    Advertising : 72 words
  48. FOREST LODGE PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    The pony and galloway races held at Forest Lodge yesterday were well attended. Subjoined are the results:- Novice Handicap, 3½.—G. Pett's Booble, aged, 8st [?]b ...

    Article : 505 words
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