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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    A varied and interesting bill of fare is down for discussion at Rosehill to-day, and with every indication of fine weather, a large muster of turt patrons may be anticipated. Everything necessary for the ...

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  3. DEPUTATIONS.

    A large deputation, representing the boroughs of Wagga Wagga, Albury, Bathurst, Bourks, Goulburn, and Orange, acompanied by Messrs. Gormly, Langwell, and Willis, Ms.L.A., waited upon the ...

    Article : 2,834 words
  4. THE CONDEMNED MAN MAKIN.

    A deputation consisting of Mrs. Joseph Makin, Messrs. George and Daniel Makin (the sister-in-law and brothers of John Makin, the man who now lies [?] sentence of death in connection with the ...

    Article : 1,768 words
  5. INDUSTRIAL BLIND INSTITUTION.

    A deputation from the Industrial B[?] (Boomerang-street) waited upon the Premier yesterday and urged that, in view of the praiseworthy nature of the work carried on by the institution, in ...

    Article : 117 words
  6. LACROSSE.

    A match will take place this afternoon at [?] worth Park between the Dacot[?] and Iroquois [?] when an interesting game should be witnessed. The following team will represent Dacotah:—M'Leod, ...

    Article : 101 words
  7. LILLIE BRIDGE GROUNDS.

    A mixed programme of bieycling and pony racing was played out at the [?] Bridge Grounds last evening in the presence of an average attendance, and with the following resuits:— ...

    Article : 230 words
  8. NEW OWN TRAM FARES.

    A deputation representing the boroughs of Newtown, Peter-ham, Marrickvilie. St. Peters, Erskineville, and Camperdown waited upon the Railway Commissioners yesterday morning to ask that the ...

    Article : 206 words
  9. TENNIS.

    Players of tennis will be pleased to hear that, notwitastanding the bad times, the comonttee of the Strathtield Lawn Tennis Club have decided to repeat their Open Asphalt Tournament which proved such ...

    Article : 110 words
  10. LILLIE BRIDGE PEDESTRIANISM AND PONY RA[?]

    The following handicaps have been declared in connection with the above races to be held this evening:- 100 YARDS PEDESTRIAN HANDICAP.—J. Marsh, W. ...

    Article : 247 words
  11. AQUATICS.

    The annual ba[?] of the Last Sydney Rowing Club took place last night at Protessor West's rooms, Leigh House, invitations has been sent to representatives, of all the amateur clubs, and most of ...

    Article : 89 words
  12. PROPOSED COURTHOUSE AT PARRAMATTA.

    A depu[?] from P[?] which was accompanied by Mr. Hugh Taylor, M.L.A., waited upon the Premier yesterday, to urge that the erection of the proposed ...

    Article : 188 words
  13. PIGEON-SHOOTING.

    The second competation for the New South Wales Gun Club cup took place at the club's ground, Botany, yesterday, and it resulted in a leg in for Mr. "Lockwood," who killed all his birds—time in ...

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  14. LIVERPOOL HORSE AND GALLOWAY CLUB.

    The following are the entries and weights for the meeting to be held on Monday next:- FLYING HANDICAP (all horses), 5 furlonrs.—Blue Boy, 10st 9.b; Selector 9st 21b; Passum, 9st 7lb; Paddy, 9st ...

    Article : 487 words
  15. STATE CHILDREN'S RELIFE DEPARTMENT.

    A de[?] consisting of the Hon. W. J. Trickett (president) the Hon. L. F. Heydon, Lady Windeyer, Lady Manning, Mrs. Goodlet, and Mrs. Garrani, representing the State Children's Relief ...

    Article : 1,258 words
  16. FOOTBALL.

    Parramatta and Randwick will try conclusions on the Association Ground this afternoon in the semifinal contest for the Agricultural Society's Shield. On the same ground Norwood will play Summer Hill ...

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  17. POLITICAL ADDRESSES.

    Mr. Frank Farnell, M.L.A., addressed a large meeting of his constituents at Gladesvdle on Thursday evening. Mr. James Ross, J.P., occupied the chair, and read an ap dogy for absence from Mr. G. ...

    Article : 237 words
  18. RALLWAY FREIGHTS AND PRODUCTION.

    Sir,—Mr. Abbott still persists in his unsleading comparisons. In his last letter he gives the rate for all classes of goods for 100 miles as 3.57d., for 200 sales 3.26d., and compares it with the average rate ...

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  19. MR. J. GARRARD BEFORE HIS CONSTITUENTS.

    At the Rookwood Council-chambers last night Mr.J. Garrard, M.L.A., one of the Parliamentary representatives of Central Camberland, delivered an address. There was a large attendance. The Mayor ...

    Article : 263 words
  20. V.A.T.C. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING.

    The following are the latest scratchings in connection with the Caulfield Grand National Steeplechase Meeting:—Hurdle Race. Wairua. Grand National Steeplechase: Mika to II. Sapling Stakes: Job. ...

    Article : 95 words
  21. MELBOURNE SPORTING NOTES.

    Pauline was to-day scratened for the Caulfield Cup. Shylock, who has been well backed for the Caulfield Grand National Steeplechase in doubles with ...

    Article : 126 words
  22. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    Messrs. Cook and Donald, Ms.L.A., have now completed a tour of the electorate. They visited and spoke at the principal centres, and had generally a very good reception. ...

    Article : 36 words
  23. MASONIC INSTALLATION AT PADDINGTON.

    The annual installation of officers of the Paddington Lome Lodge took place on Thursday night, at the lodgeroom, in the Paddington Town Hall, I.P.M.W. Bro. W.H. Stephens being the Installing ...

    Article : 312 words
  24. FOOTBALL.

    The following football matches were played to-day on the Albion Ground:—Half-holiday Club versus East Maitland (Rugby rules) was won by the former by 4 points to 3; Bankers versus Lawyers (Rugby ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. CYCLING.

    The Belmore Bicycle Club of Maitland, in conjunction with the A bron Cricket Club, will hold a cash race meeting at Maitland on the 9th of November, and the final arrangements will be made in a ...

    Article : 1,525 words
  26. HARRIERS.

    The Bondi Harriers held their weekly run on Wednesday night from the head quarters at Waverley The run, owing no doubt to the men being in training for the Cross-country Championship, was the ...

    Article : 243 words
  27. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB.

    Appended is the programme to be played out at the August reunion to-day:- FLYING HAHDICAP, 6 furlongs.—Alchemist, 8st 111b; Confidence, 8st 111b: Insignia, 8st 91b: Brooklyn, 8st 9lb; ...

    Article : 505 words
  28. THE ETHIUS OF CHARITY.

    Sir,—At the present moment, when a large number of our fellow-colonists are dragging out a miserable existence on public or private charity, it is well to consider what are the best means of ...

    Article : 580 words
  29. TO THE EDITOR OF THR HERALD.

    Sir,—I read the letter s[?] "Charles Counsell," in to-day's issue, with mingled feeling of surprise and disgust, and imagine and trust, that there are thousands who agree with me in this: That so long ...

    Article : 513 words
  30. SYDNEY AMATEUR WALKING CLUB.

    The track-walkers will meet this afternoon, at 3.30, at their headquarters, the Lillie Bridge Grounds, for practice walking. To-morrow the tourists and a party of [?] ydney and Darlinghurst ...

    Article : 54 words
  31. THE SALE OF POISONS.

    A deputation from the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales waited upon the Colonial Treasurer yesterday morning with the view of pressing upon him the necessity for a new Pharmacy Act. The ...

    Article : 464 words
  32. CRICKET.

    The presentation of the tr phies won last season in the New South Wales Cricket Union contests took place at Ramford's Cambridge Club Hotel last night. Mr. J. Beveridge, president of the union, occupied ...

    Article : 436 words
  33. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The first consideration of a truly progressive State is the settlement of the people on the land, for it seems a law of nature that man's first and most important occupation is as tiller of the son. When a ...

    Article : 324 words
  34. MOOREFIELD PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    Subjoined are the nominations received yesterday for the meeting to be held on Wednesday next:- WELTER HANDICAP (14.2), 4 furlongs.—Mikado, The Crown, Orest, Madras, Eva, Lill, Kelvin, Frobisher, ...

    Article : 246 words
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