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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Entries close at 5 p.m. to-day with the secretary, Mr. George W. S. Rowe, for the half-dozen events to be run at the Worwick Farm August Meeting. The card will be found in our advertising columns. ...

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  3. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    In the absence of the Mayor (Alderman Stinson) AlderArcher occupied the chair at the last meeting of the above. There were also present—Aldermen Shute, Ahearn, Ralston, and Lindley. A doctor's certificate of the illness of ...

    Article : 238 words
  4. BRITISH ASSOCIATION RULES.

    On Saturday afternoon Balmain First and Granville First met in the Kerr Cup Competition on the Birchgrove Reserve, Snails Bay. The cup winners of last season again asserted their supremacy, by maintainin their unbeaten record ...

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  5. ROOKWOOD.

    A meeting was held on the 27th July. Present: The Mayor (Alderman F. Lidbury), and Aldermen Garthwaite, Hartwell, Ritchie, James Jay, Dundon, Douglas, and Godson. In reference to the proposed through road to ...

    Article : 110 words
  6. ARRIVAL OF THE LALLA ROOKH.

    Some excitement was occasioned at the Shipping Exchange on Saturday morning when it became known that the ship Lalla Rookh, bound from Calcutta to Autofagusta, was off the Heads. A ...

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  7. ENGLISH NOTES.

    From files to hand we learn that Sussex easily defeated Cambridge University by 10 wickets. When Sussex runs into the fourth contury we naturally expect to find that the Indian Prince has ...

    Article : 916 words
  8. CONCORD.

    Alderman Thompson, in the absence of the Major, presided at the last meeting. Aldermen Gale, Correy, and Buker were also in attendance. The council clerk apologised for the absence of the Mayor through illness. At the ...

    Article : 119 words
  9. BANKSTOWN.

    At the last meeting of this council there were presentThe Mayor (Alderman J. P. Miller) and all the aldermen. The fluance committee recommended payment of £20 4s. The works committee, that application be made to the ...

    Article : 242 words
  10. ERSKINEVILLE.

    At the fortnightly meeting of the above council held on 2nd August, the Mayor (Alderman Anderson) presided, there haine also present Aldermen Robinson, Clarke, Schuter, Watson, Wilson, Arneate, and Black, and the ...

    Article : 260 words
  11. THE TEAM FOR QUEENSLAND.

    The selectors (Messrs. Macmanamey Langley, and Dr. Neill), at the conclusion of the final on Saturday, selected the following to represent New South Wales against Queensland at Brisbane, on the 14th and 21st instant:— ...

    Article : 1,181 words
  12. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE.

    At the last meeting of the above council, the Mayor (Alderman Stimson) presiding, the Colonial Treasurer wrote intimating that the sum of £30 1s, balance of special endowment, had been banked to the council's credit. The ...

    Article : 214 words
  13. FIVE DOCK.

    There were present at the last meeting—Aldermen J. H. Lucas (Mayer), Rodd, Ghest, Nicoll, Aplin, Dowell, Myler, Passmore, and Baker. The Principal Under-Secretary, in reply to council's inquiry, intimated that it was within the ...

    Article : 307 words
  14. V.A.T.C. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING.

    A more favourable day for a race gathering could hardly, have been experienced than that which favoured the opening of the Caulfield Grand National fixture on Saturday afternoon. The weather was ...

    Article : 2,155 words
  15. STRATHFIELD.

    Recently the Strathfield Borough Council received a petition praying for the abolition of certain noxious trades within the municipality. The council forwarded the letter to the Board of Health, and has been replied to in the ...

    Article : 337 words
  16. MOOREFIELD RACING CLUB.

    There was a large attendance at Moorefield on saturday, despite the unfavourable character of the weather, to witness the running of the August meeting. A very cold wind, accompanied by showers ...

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  17. FOOTBALL.

    The final match to decide the destination of the trophies offered by the Sydney Cricket Ground authorities was decided on saturday afternoon on the well-appointed Sydney ground, and resulted in ...

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  18. GLEBE.

    The monthly meeting of the above council was held on the 2nd August the Mayor (Alderman Cary) presiding, and the following being also present:—Aldermen Maenamara, Robey, [?]Nell, Dunu, Law, Banks, Abrams, ...

    Article : 299 words
  19. HURSTVILLE.

    The above council met on Thursday, 20th ultime, the Mayor (Alderman John Sproule, J.P.) being in the chair. The other aldermen present wer: Aldermen John Thompson. Griffin, Louden, Austin, Clough, and M'Donald. A ...

    Article : 549 words
  20. (FROM THE BOARD AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.)

    RICHMON RIVER.—Arrivals: August S. Tomki (s.) at 6 p.m., barbound; Prosperity, schooner, at 6 p.m., off bar. Passed: August S, Elamang (s.), at 7.30 a.m., south; large steamer at 10 a.m., south; Electra (s.), at 4.30 p.m., ...

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  21. WILLOUGHDY.

    A meeting of the Willoughby Council was held in the Council chambers on the 2nd instant. The Mayor (Alderman R. H. Gonlon) presided, and there were also present: Aldermen Bailey, Butcher, Forsyth, Leplastrier, and ...

    Article : 407 words
  22. BOWLS.

    A special general meeting of the above club was held in the pavilion on the local green on Saturday, The president (Mr. G.J. Barry) occupied the chair. The Chairman briefly explained that the meeting ...

    Article : 181 words
  23. PIGEON SHOOTING.

    A trophy presented by Mr. H. J. Merewether, to be won outright, was shot for on Saturday at the N.S.W. Gun Club grounds, when 14 competed. At the eleventh round Mr. Richardson was the only one ...

    Article : 85 words
  24. LIVERPOOL.

    At the last meeting of the above council, the Mayor presiding, a letter was received from several residents of Glenfield requesting the council to lay down a pipe culvert near the Glenfield railway station, and cause all obstructions and ...

    Article : 474 words
  25. ANNANDALE.

    The Mayor of Annandale (Alderman Allen-Taylor) presided at the meeting of the council on Friday night when there were present Aldermen Owen Ridge, J. F. Broad, J. P., The[?]. Harteustein, Reginald Cohen, W. Bull, Ferris, Wells, ...

    Article : 510 words
  26. CYCLING.

    The first day's racing in connection with the league's August carnival takes place on Saturday next at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The handicaps appeared on Saturday last, and seem to have given ...

    Article : 318 words
  27. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. OROTAVA.

    The R.M.S. Orotava, J. Linklater in command, arrived here on Saturday morning. She left London on 25th June, having thick weather and rain to Plymouth, arriing there at 4.15 p.m. on 26th, leaving at 6.50 p.m. the ...

    Article : 367 words
  28. HARRIERS' RACES.

    The Forest Lodge Harriers' Mile Club Handicap was run at the Agricultural Society's Ground on Saturday. The inclement weather and high wind caused the time to be slow. There were 10 ...

    Article : 153 words
  29. CRICKET.

    The third annual meeting of the Waverley Electorate Cricket Club was held in Stratton's Hotel, Ebley-street, Waverley, on 6th August. There was a very large attendance, which included a number of ...

    Article : 671 words
  30. ROCKDALE.

    The Mayor (Alderman J. H. Clayton) presided at the last meeting, and there were present—Aldermen. Taylor, Godfrey, Trevarthen, Roarty, Duigan, Hegerty, and Green. Alderman Taylor apologised for the ...

    Article : 268 words
  31. THE MARION FENWICK IN A GALE.

    Captain Munroe sends the following report of the trip of the steamer Marion Fenwick, 80 tons, which left Sydney on the 22nd July for Thursday Island:—A strong N.W. wind was experienced as far as South Solitary, the wind then ...

    Article : 413 words
  32. CYCLISTS' UNION.

    The Cyclists' Union had their open road race from North Sydney to Parramatta down for Saturday, but owing to the inclement state of the weather the event was postponed indefinitely. ...

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  33. INSURANCE FOR MEMBERS.

    At the last executive meeting of the league the general secretary (Mr. Fred Hawley) asked the executive for a decision to the insurance of competitors at carnivals promoted by the league. He ...

    Article : 478 words
  34. NORTH DOTANY.

    The Mayor (Alderman Coward) presided over the last meeting of the North Botany Council. There were also present:—Aldermen Thornton, Brewer, Punter, Heeve, and Lee. A letter was read from Mr. E. U. Blanden, ...

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  35. PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD.

    A meeting was held on 27th July. Present—The Mayor (Alderman Muston), and Aldermen Noller, Hollier, Jones, Jamieanu, Glendale, and Woodwanl. The Hon. Jacob Garrard wrote promising to co-operate obtaining of the ...

    Article : 110 words
  36. THE BRITISH COLONIAL LINE.

    Messrs, Dangar Gedye, and Co. have been advised by cahie of the departure of the steamer Mashona, in the British and Colonial line, from the Cape on Monday, 2nd August, for Sydney, via Port Pi[?]. At the latter port she ...

    Article : 72 words
  37. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB.

    The Adelaide Racing Club's Grand National Steeplechase Meeting washeld on the old course yesterday afternoon in the presence of a large attendance. The weather was fine, the fields good, and ...

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  38. THE INDRAGHIRT.

    The steamer Indraghiri, in the Tyser line, arrival at Melbournne on Saturday, and should arrive in Sydney at the end of the week. The agents announce that a general average is to be declated on her [?] in consequence of a ...

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  39. CHEAP AND NASTY

    Ostmeals breed weevils and coutain oat busks, [?] sour, produce dyspepsin. Eat QUAKER OATS, and ENJOY YOUR BREAKFAST. It costs a little more.—[ADVT.] ...

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  40. MARRICKVILLE.

    A meeting of the above council was held on the 2nd August. Present: The Mayor (Alderman James Gould), and Aldermen Henson, Scouller, Farr, Benson, Langley, Leslin, Morehouse, Perkins, Josephson and Clarke. Mr. ...

    Article : 207 words
  41. A BLIND ALLEY

    leading nowhere in your [?]form appendix. An OAT RUSK getting in there will kill you or some chump doctor will in trying to get it out. [?] OATS. and take no chances. No HUSKS, Pure, [?]ky, k[?]. ...

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  42. WALLABOO v. UNIVERSITY.

    Prior to the final for the Sydney Cricket Ground trophies Wallaroo and University met in a club match, and the former won by 8 points to ml. The tries were obtained by Harris and O'Donnell, and the latter kicked a goal. ...

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