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  2. METROPOLITAN AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION. THE OPENING DAY.

    The annual exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales was continued yesterday from the previous day under very favourable circumstances, the weather being fine and pleasant ...

    Article : 613 words
  3. AMUSEMENTS.

    Musical entertainments, which will be largely of a sacred character, will be given at many of the chief places of amusement this evening, only the Lyceum and Criterion Theatres remaining closed. ...

    Article : 1,431 words
  4. AQUATICS.

    Sir,—A report of a meeting of the Rowing Association appears in this morning's issue of your paper. In passing I would like to say this body is not [?] rowing association at all, but an association of [?] ...

    Article : 652 words
  5. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    The final forfeits for the principal handicaps and the classic events to be decided on the first and second days of the A.J.C. autumn campaign were declared yesterday, and the lists of acceptors are set forth in ...

    Article : 1,160 words
  6. LILLIE BRIDGE PONY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  7. LIVERPOOL RACING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 248 words
  8. FAT SHEEP.

    At the present time, when the grave question, how best to get a profitable outlet for the surplus fat sheep of the colony, is before graziers, there is likely to be special attentioon directed to exhibits of fat ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. VICTORIA RACING CLUB.

    The sub-committee of the Victoria Racing Club have made some [?] alterations in connection with their future programes of events to be run at Flemington, those deal[?] with at present being the ...

    Article : 364 words
  10. THE CYCLONE AT THE NEW HEBRIDES.

    Sir,—In to-day's paper appears an account of the devastation wrought in the New Hebrides by the disastrous cyclone which occurred early in the March. The letter of the Rev. Robert Lamb, M.A., [?].D., ...

    Article : 338 words
  11. POULTRY.

    Judges: British game, Australian game, Indian game, Malays, bautams, Messrs. R. Baldwin, R. H. Judd, W. Brian, E. A. Redman; Cooh[?]n China, Brahmapootra, Wyandottes, any other variety—ducks, ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  12. THE OPENING CEREMONY.

    The formal opening of the Exhibition took place in the grand pavilion at noon. Shortly before that hour that Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Frederick Darley, arrived, accompanied by Lady Darley, Miss Darley, ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  13. CONDOBOLIN JOCKEY CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  14. THE RECENTLY-FORMED BRICK MANUFACTURERS' RING.

    Sir,—In common with all industries that largely employ labour, the building trade has suffered greatly during the long depression. Consequently, one of the direct results of that unfortunate condition ...

    Article : 1,100 words
  15. WELLINGTON JOCKEY CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 118 words
  16. BIGGA ANNUAL RACES.

    The Bigga annual races came off yesterday. The weather was fine, and the attendance good. The racing throughout was good. The results were:— OPENING HANDICAP.—Mr. Massy's Corroboree, 1; Mr. ...

    Article : 177 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 638 words
  18. HORSES.

    The usual parade of horses took place shortly after 1 p.m., and from that hour the central arena presented a busy scene, for the judges had a number of classes in which to make the awards; and the jumping ...

    Article : 1,468 words
  19. LISMORE JOCKEY CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Lismore Jockey Club was held on Wednesday. The committee was reelected. The report and balance-sheet were adopted. The latter shows that the bank overdraft had been ...

    Article : 41 words
  20. FOOTBALL.

    The annual meeting of the Arfoma Football Club was held at Keary's Hotel on Monday, and was well attended. Mr. Faunce occupied the chair. The report and balance-sheet were read and adopted. ...

    Article : 187 words
  21. LAW LECTURES AT THE UNIVERSITY.

    Sir,—I have noticed in your columns several letters suggesting that night lectures should be delivered in the medical school of the University. Whether it would be possible to obtain the necessary practical ...

    Article : 478 words
  22. PIGEONS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 527 words
  23. HORTICULTURE.

    The horticultural section was one of the three which was opened yesterday. It has been established in the centre of the grand pavilion. The quality of the exhibits is very satisfactory: but it is ...

    Article : 411 words
  24. TWO-MILE OPEN BICYCLE HANDICAP.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  25. CYCLING.

    The following new members have been elected by the Suburban Bicycle Club:—Messrs. T. Moastake, P. Hunter, C. Tall, and H. J. Pearson. ...

    Article : 24 words
  26. AQUATICS.

    A meeting of the committees of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron and Prince Alfred Yacht Club was [?] a short time back for the purpose of dis[?] the best means of carrying out the proposed ...

    Article : 270 words
  27. CANTERBURY PARK PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 220 words
  28. FACTORY LEGISLATION.

    Sir,—At the annual meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association yesterday, his Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor in the course of his opening speech expressed his regret that "there was in this ...

    Article : 232 words
  29. CANARIES.

    Judges: Messrs. W. Pratt and R. Cunningham. Only three prizes were offered for canaries, but there were a good number on exhibition. Following are the prizes awarded:— ...

    Article : 109 words
  30. GENERAL.

    To-morrow morning experts are to go round the sections set apart for implements and machinery, and for apparatus and processes used in the common and liberal arts, artisans' work, and inventions, in order to ...

    Article : 204 words
  31. THE LUNCHEON.

    The luncheon was held in the building next to the dog shed. A large company sat down. Mr. John See (Colonial Treasurer), the president of the Agricultural Society, presided. On his right was the ...

    Article : 1,523 words
  32. DOGS.

    Judges.—Mastiffs, St. Bernerds, and Newfoundlands: Messrs. J. E. Pemell and C. G. M. Pain. Collies: Mr. C. J Lynott. Fox terriers, Blenheim spaniels, poodles, pugs, Italian greyhounds, and ...

    Article : 2,225 words
  33. ROSEHILL PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 223 words
  34. Advertising

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    Advertising : 105 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 10 words
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