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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Pony and galloway races will be held to-day at Kensington, the first event starting at 2.15 p.m. The usual facilities will be afforded for reaching the course by om[?]ibus and tram services. ...

    Article : 1,108 words
  3. ANGLICAN SYNOD.

    The third session of the tenth Synod of the Diocese of Sydney was continued in the Chapter-house yesterday Archdeacon Gunther, commissary for the purpose, presided. ...

    Article : 1,729 words
  4. OUR FIJI LETTER.

    Sir George O'Brien has now fully taken in hand his duties as Governor aud High Commissioner for the "Western Pacific. During the last few weeks he has been visiting the interior of Viti ...

    Article : 491 words
  5. THE STRAY SUMMER DOG.

    When Mark Twain visited Constantinople he was given to understand that the dogs of that picturesque and unsanitary city " moved about in organised companies, platoons, and regiments, and took what ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  6. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 127 words
  7. CYCLING.

    It will come as a surprise to members of these two associations to learn that the relations existing between the governing bodies have been very much strained during the last few days. The cause of the ...

    Article : 373 words
  8. SWIMMING.

    The third annual meeting of the East Sydney Swimming Club was held last night at the Sports Club, Rowe-street. Mr. R. Coombes, vicepresident, occupied the chair, and there was a fair ...

    Article : 699 words
  9. WARATAH ROVER BICYCLE CLUB.

    At the last meeting of the committee of the club seven new members were elected and 15 others nominated. This brings the total membership up to 62. It was decided to send a letter of thanks to Mr. ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. LIFE IN A JAPANESE GAOL.

    The "Japan Gazette " publishes an interview with a foreigner—presumably a seaman— who had just completed a sentence of three months in a Japanese prison. With the exception of the ...

    Article : 1,436 words
  11. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The weekly meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board was held yesterday. It was stated that the revenue from July 1 to September 25 amounted to £68,638 8s 9d—an increase of £12,993 17s 1d on the ...

    Article : 248 words
  12. PLATT-BETTS MAKES WORLD'S RECOUDS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 443 words
  13. OUR NORFOLK ISLAND LETTER.

    The schooner Oscar Robinson, Captain Garth, arrived from Sydney a few days ago and sails away again on her return, calling at Lord Howe Island. Captain Garth, it seems, is ...

    Article : 421 words
  14. LINNEAN SOCIETY.

    The monthly meeting of the Linnean Society of N.S.W. was held yesterday evening, Dr. J. Cox presiding. Mr. A. M. Lea read a paper entitled "The Australian Curculionidæ of the sub-family ...

    Article : 174 words
  15. PIGEON HOMING.

    A race was flown from Wagga Wagga on Saturday last in connection with Rowan's Federal Homing Pigeon Association, and the result was as follows:— Mr. Taylor's [?] Como, 1070yds. 2ft. 3in. per ...

    Article : 103 words
  16. ARMY SIGNALLING.

    At a recent meeting of the Royal United Service Institution, held in the theatre of the institution, Whitehall, a paper was read by Lieutenant-Colonel C. Kennedy, Inspector of ...

    Article : 1,136 words
  17. THIRLMERE HOME FOR CONSUMPTIVES.

    The monthly meeting of the board of management was held at 32 Tamieson-street, on September 28. Present Mr. J. R. Fairfax (president) in the chair Mrs. Langer Owen, Miss Dibbs, Dr. Sydney ...

    Article : 161 words
  18. GOODSON'S WIN AT GLASGOW.

    A short time back a cable appeared in our columns announcing that Ben Goodson, who is representing the New South Wales Cyclists' Union abroad, had won a race at Glasgow. The race in question was ...

    Article : 307 words
  19. CROWN LANDS.

    Information regarding Crown Lands for Homestead Selection and Settlement Lease, compiled by the Information Bureau of the Lands Department. The following areas will be set apart during the ...

    Article : 746 words
  20. THE WAGGA LAND BOARD.

    The Wagga Land Board to day further considered the homestend selectors' applications for land on Ganmain and the question of the Crown and lessee's improvements on the block. The ...

    Article : 264 words
  21. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    The following are the latest scrachings:— Caulfield Cup.—Preston, Homespun. Melbourne Cup.—Preston. Toorak Handicap.—Preston, Homespun, ...

    Article : 106 words
  22. SPORTS AT JUNEE.

    At the bicycle sports the Half-mile Flying Handicap and the Two-mile Handicap were won by Herbert, a local man, and the Half-mile Handicap by Gledhill. ...

    Article : 32 words
  23. CRICKET.

    An article on the above subject will be found on page 7 of to-day's issue. The old members of the now defunct St. Albans C.C., which at the period of its existence was one of the strongest ...

    Article : 529 words
  24. MOOREFIELD PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 672 words
  25. SETTLING PEOPLE ON THE LAND.

    The local land board has been sitting since the 21st instant, the principal business being the consideration of the recent applications for homestead selections at Burrawang Run. The inquiry included the ...

    Article : 162 words
  26. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 235 words
  27. MOSS VALE POULTRY SHOW.

    The second day of the poultry show proved most uufavourable, a strong and very cold wind blowing all day. Consequently the attendance was very limited, only about 300 people being in attendance. ...

    Article : 409 words
  28. BRITISH FOOTBALL.

    Ihe committee of the association met in the Trades' Hall on Tuesday. M. E. Tilley, vicepresident, occupied the chair. The secretary reported that the various competitions had now been ...

    Article : 86 words
  29. BALMAIN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH FESTIVAL.

    On Tuesday night the Balmain Congregational Church was attended by a very large congregation on the occasion of a musical festival in celebration of the re-opening of the sacred edifice after most ...

    Article : 187 words
  30. REAPERS AND BINDERS.

    With reference to the statement at Wagga by Mr. Thompson, travelling lecturer to the department of Agriculture, to the effect that reapers and binders cost £8 in America, or when five or more ...

    Article : 209 words
  31. SANDOWN PARK RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 285 words
  32. ATHLETICS.

    The Queensland team arrived yesterday. The team consists of Messrs. C. Campbell, W. L. Pritchard, H Wotton, J. Shekleton, P. J. Corrigan, W. A. Burke, W. D. Evans, and R. Katterns. ...

    Article : 304 words
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