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  2. TRAM TROUBADOURS.

    Observe the wool and whisker of this werry nice old man, Some call him. "Father Christmas," others "Merely Mary Ann;" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 872 words
  3. BAT AND BALL.

    Reply to G.G.—A ball which has been hit by a batsman and strikes the umpire is not dead, therefore the umpire's decision of run out was correct, though it ...

    Article : 462 words
  4. SAILING.

    Manly Club.—Consolation Race. The Season, so far as the racing portion is concerned, practically closed on Saturday last. The Royal Sydney Yacht ...

    Article : 119 words
  5. THE ROYALS.

    To celebrate the close of the season. the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron held a Ladies' Yacht Race, and short brush for tuck-stern boats. ...

    Article : 373 words
  6. SYDNEY CLUB.

    The last race of season 1904-5 of the Sydney, Club provided interesting sport. throughout, for it was not until ...

    Article : 985 words
  7. Other Matches.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 199 words
  8. WESTERN SUBURBS COMPETITION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 130 words
  9. CENTURY LIST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  10. New South Wales Trotting Club.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 381 words
  11. FOOTBALL.

    The following First Grade matches have been arranged for April 7:— Balmain v. Booth Sydney, Sports Ground, 4 p.m. ...

    Article : 209 words
  12. First Grade.

    The above teams met on Birchgrove Park. The weather and wicket were that could be desired, whilst the outfield was closely cropped and beautifully green. ...

    Article : 1,713 words
  13. UMPIRES WANTED.

    Sir,—I wish through your widely read paper to call the attention of the Rugby authorities to the look of efficient umpires in connection with the School Competition in the Western ...

    Article : 134 words
  14. PADDINGTON v. NORTH SYDNEY.

    North Sydney and Paddington, at Hampdon Park. The former batted first, and ran up score of 230 before the last wicket fell. Duff once more failed with the bat, Trumper ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. CYCLING.

    Various letters, under noms-de-plume. are to hand, attacking the management of the Summer Nights Amusement Co. and the League of Wheelmen, but real ...

    Article : 255 words
  16. MIDDLE HARBOR v. BURWOOD.

    These teams met on the Manly Oval, and the weak local team completely collapsed against their powerful opponents, who at the conclusion of the day's play had practically ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. The Haul of the All Blacks.

    The Maoriland Rugby Union has made a profit of £9500 on the trip of the "All Blacks." Let parsons snor[?] ...

    Article : 220 words
  18. REDFERN v. GORDON.

    These teams met at Redfern Park, and the local team, alter batting nearly all the afternoon, succeeded in compiling 282 runs. The wicket was nice and easy after the rain, ...

    Article : 1,504 words
  19. CENTRAL CUMBERLAND v. UNIVERSITY.

    This game was played at Parramatta. Central Cumberland, batting first, lost seven for 274. The chief run-getters were—Jordan 46, H. Cranney 109, Payne 25, C. H. Dean 92, ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. THE SYDNEY CLUB.

    The Sydney Club gave the 10-footers a flutter round the triangle, the limit dingy, Petrel (W. West), 2¼ min, never being troubled, and finished 4Osec ahead of ...

    Article : 184 words
  21. GLEBE v. SYDNEY.

    Glebe, who are running Burwood for the premiership, had to meet Sydney this round, and they were very anxious to get a three-point victory, as Burwood footed likely to do ...

    Article : 495 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 30 words
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