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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    William Andrews, a successful trainer, who has held the position of foreman at Cornwell's for the past three years, has decided, since the death of Mr. Robert Richards, to start on his own account as ...

    Article : 562 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    One of the oldest and best known residents of Wellington, Mr. James Clifford, died at an early hour this morning. Death was due to a vary severe throat and ear trouble. Deceased was 60 years of ...

    Article : 146 words
  4. THE COMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    The Presidenttook the chair at half-past 2 o'clock PETITION. Senator GLASSEY presented a petition from the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce praying for the ...

    Article : 2,224 words
  5. FATALITIES AND CASUALTIES.

    An inquest was held to-day in the body of Anthony Anderson, who was killed yesterday in the Proprietary mine. The evidence showed that deceased and two mates were working up from the ...

    Article : 332 words
  6. RETURN OF BISHOP CAMIDGE.

    Bishop and Mrs. Camidge reached home this afternoon, and were met at the railway station by a number of the clergy and laity, and welcomed back to the diocese after an absence of two months. The ...

    Article : 51 words
  7. BOMBALA COURSING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 210 words
  8. SOUTH COAST.

    A fatal accident occurred at Farleigh's tommery at noon to-day. David Matheson, aged 38, a single man, got entangled in the belting of some machinery, and was dashed against the roof, having his skull ...

    Article : 788 words
  9. BOULDER RACING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 401 words
  10. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS.

    At the last meeting of the Forbes Progress Association notice of motion was given,—"That this association urges upon the authorities the advisability of making arrangements whereby selected ...

    Article : 135 words
  11. THE MORNING GALLOPS.

    The outside edge of the Randwick course proper was available yesterday morning. The going was dead after the rains, but little fault in other respects could be found with it. About half-past 5 steady ...

    Article : 777 words
  12. MARYVALE COURSING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 230 words
  13. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The Speaker took the chair at half-past 2 o'clock. PETITION. Sir L. Bonython (S.A.) presented a petition from the Council of the Churches of South Australia asking ...

    Article : 2,098 words
  14. WYALONG RIFLE CLUB.

    The Wyalong Rifle Club held its annual meeting. The report showed a credit balance of £3 15s 7d. A discussion took place with reference to the lack of interest in the club, and finally it was decided, ...

    Article : 121 words
  15. BRIGHTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 205 words
  16. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    The forty-third anniversary of the local lodge of the M.U.I.O.O.F. was celebrated by a ball last night. A procession of Oddfellows through the principal streets took place. ...

    Article : 33 words
  17. LAWN TENNIS.

    The inter-state lawn tennis tournament was continued to-day. In the all-comers event Mag[?] (of N.S.W.) beat E. R. Crouch. In the double championship only one match was played, Wickham ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. MASONIC.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  19. THE SHEARING SEASON.

    The secretary of the Pastoralists' Union (Mr. Mair) was yesterday advised that in addition to the stations mentioned yesterday two others had commenced shearing. These are Wyvern and Groongal, ...

    Article : 515 words
  20. WALLSEND JOCKEY CLUB RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 215 words
  21. TABLE TENNIS.

    In the inter-state table tennis tournament tonight A. B. Jones (N.S.W.)won the inter-state event, beating H. R. Elliott, who had beaten his brother Horace in the previous round. Jones won ...

    Article : 132 words
  22. CYCLING.

    Littlechild and Cook left for Melbourne last night to compete in the Warrnambool to Melbourne road race. Melrose will leave on Sunday night. Littlechild is the New South Wales representative. ...

    Article : 323 words
  23. DISTRICT COURT.

    The District Court concluded to-day the case of Finn v. Mary Jane Wright in which £200 damages were claimed for alleged trespass of sheep on a grass paddock. A verdict was awarded this morning for ...

    Article : 74 words
  24. FOOTBALL.

    The King's School defeated Newington College in the Schools' Competition on Wednesday at Parramatta by 16 points to nil. Newington were without the services of two of their team. The game was a very fast one, and the ...

    Article : 310 words
  25. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Quarter Sessions were held to-day, Judge Harris presiding. Mr. de Lauret was Crown prosecutor. Peter White, charged with cattle stealing, was acquitted. Accused was defended by Mr. ...

    Article : 41 words
  26. NEW SCHOOLING STEEPLECHASE COURSE AT RANDWICK.

    The A.J.C. having decided to encourage racing over obstacles by materially increasing the prize money for both hurdle-racing and cross-country events, have taken another important step in that ...

    Article : 528 words
  27. SIGNALLING STORMS AT NIGHT.

    The signalling of approaching storms from the tower of the General Post Office has been found to be of assistance to the shipping community as well as to the business people of the city. Some time ago ...

    Article : 332 words
  28. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.

    There are 1300 entries for the show. There are a few holders of wheat, but it is difficult to persuade them to sell. FORBES, Thursday. ...

    Article : 271 words
  29. FOOTBALL IN NEW ZEALAND.

    Taranaki beat Wanganui at football by 24 point[?] to nil. ...

    Article : 19 words
  30. N.S.W. AMATEUR BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    Entries close for the above on August 31, and th[?] tournament will start on October 2. ...

    Article : 21 words
  31. COURSING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 884 words
  32. MEETING AT HAY.

    Mr. W. G. Spence, M.P., president of the Australian Workers' Union, addressed a largely attended public meeting last night in the Academy of Music. Mr. Robert Gibson, Mayor of Hay, ...

    Article : 386 words
  33. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    The monthly meeting of the Sydney Labours Council was held in the Trades Hall last night. The president (Mr. Allan Cameron) occupied the chair. It was resolved that the Inter-state Labour Congress ...

    Article : 428 words
  34. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

    A meeting of the Public Works Committee was held yesterday, at which the expediency of constructing a line of railway from Wagga to Humula was further considered. ...

    Article : 227 words
  35. THE CHURCHES.

    The "month's mind" in connection with the death of the late Archbishop Croke, of Cashel, was celebrated in the Cathedral yesterday. The panegyric was preached by Archbishop Kelly, of Sydney. ...

    Article : 477 words
  36. VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS.

    Bicycle has been withdrawn from the Victorian Club Hurdle Race to be run at Caulfield. The racing mare, Miss Windsor, while doing an exercise gallop to-day, crossed her legs and fell. Her ...

    Article : 159 words
  37. A SECRET.

    The secret of PEARS' SOAP is that it has no excess of alkali in it. No matter how much you may use it, you cannot roughen the skin with it,—Advt. For Children's Hackign Cough at night, Woods' Great ...

    Article : 46 words
  38. MENTONE RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 667 words
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