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  2. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT.

    The initiation of the continuous training has been effected with a smoothness and despatch which must be very satisfactory to all concerned, and esppcially to the officers on whom the executive reeponsibility rested. ...

    Article : 1,740 words
  3. CRICKET.

    Arrangements for the match between the old intercolonial players and the pick of the junior clubs competing for the Stedman Challenge Cup are progressing most satisfactorily, and from the manner fn which the public are taking the ...

    Article : 370 words
  4. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    The attacking column was about one-fourth of the entire strength, which, according to tho completer state, was 1427. Of the remainder about two-thirds were sent on outpost duty, leaving a reserve ...

    Article : 1,666 words
  5. ARTILLERY CAMP, MIDDLE HEAD,

    The work done by the artillerymon yesterday was of a routine charactor. Shortly before midnight on Friday the alarm was given, and the men all turned out very promptly, the Torpedo Corps showing especial ...

    Article : 1,716 words
  6. THE NAVAL VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY.

    On Friday evening the volunteers gave an amatour minstrel concert, which though a first performance was really excellent, most of the singing and the play of the cornermen being much above the average. Captain ...

    Article : 301 words
  7. BOWLING.

    The Victorian bowling team are assiduously practising for the intercolonial match with our representatives tomorrow, on the Balmain greon, where they practised on Saturday afternoon. The Sydney bowlers are d[?]mined ...

    Article : 456 words
  8. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    The sculling match arranged between Edward Trickett and William Beach, for the championship of Australia and £400, was rowod oil on the usual couria on the Parramatta River, on Saturday afternoon. The interest generally ...

    Article : 694 words
  9. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    There is not much change to record in batting circles over the A. J. C. events at the Victoria Club. For the St. Leger Stakes Martini-Henry was firmer, 7 to 4 being laid on him. He has also advanced ...

    Article : 314 words
  10. ATHLETICS.

    Entries for the Newington College annual amateur athletic sports will close on Wednesday, April 16. A very attractive programme has been prepared, full partuiculars of which have been advertised. ...

    Article : 34 words
  11. HANLAN'S AQUATIC EXHIBITION.

    Edward Hanlan, the champion [?]ller of the world, is announced to give another of his aquatic exhibitions [?] Mauly Beach to-day. In order that additional attractiveness might be rendered to the occasion he has arranged to rows ...

    Article : 120 words
  12. DEPARTURE OF MR. W. P. SIMPSON.

    Mr. W. P. Simpson, who has been for 18 years [?] the Money Order Office, and is one of our best-known [?] athletes, [?] on Saturday in the R.M S. [?] on a [?] months' visit to England. A dinner was given to him [?] ...

    Article : 272 words
  13. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) WALLSEND RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 240 words
  14. SERIOUS COACH ACCIDENT.

    Two accidents happened to the coach from De[?] Balranald last night. The first one was near Pretty [?] where the coach collided with a stump, breaking the [?] and throwing out the driver, who was remdered insensible for ...

    Article : 150 words
  15. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING.

    The annual gathering of the leading club will commence at Randwick to-day, when there is overy promise of a large attendance and excellent racing. In the event of there not being any more rain, the course will be in grand order, and ...

    Article : 1,247 words
  16. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    The output for the week ending the 12th instant is 35 tons of ore, smelted, producing equal to 40 tens of [?] copper, and 52 tons refined; despatched, 53 tons. ...

    Article : 42 words
  17. CRICKET AT BATHURST.

    Yesterday the Bathurst eleven met a scratch team of cricketers from Sydney. Bathurst scored 130 in their first innings and 290 in the second innings. Sydney only obtained 28 in their first innings, the local mon winning ...

    Article : 261 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 122 words
  19. NEW SOUTH WALES v. QUEENSLAND.

    The intercolonial cricket match was commenced on Saturday. The weather was showery, and the attendance was wretched. The Queensland fifteen won the toss, and went to the wickets first, scoring 122. Ashby made top score with ...

    Article : 114 words
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