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  4. THE SPORTSMAN'S NOTEBOOK.

    At the late Goulburn Sessions. Mr. Justice Rogers had before him an appeal against a conviction for playing "two-up." During the hearing of the appeal his ...

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  5. BRAVO BOSANQUET.

    The South Australian Cricket Association banquetted Sir Day Bosanquet. the departing Governor of S.A. last week. In response to the toast of his health. ...

    Article : 118 words
  6. CAUGHT A CRAB.

    Recently a section of local scullers and persons interested in rowing met. and. in solemn conclave assembled. wildly whooped for Albany. Having. to their ...

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  7. JIBING THE JUDGE.

    At Victoria Park on Wednesday last, Judge Cornford was kept: on the jump with the nip and tuck finishes that were being reached off. In no fewer than five ...

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  8. SIX SPORTS.

    The farce of a race with only six acceptors in it having to be run in two divisions. was seen at the Tuggersh Lakes R.C. meeting last week. Owing to ...

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  9. TURFY TABLOIDS.

    Kensington to-day. Warwick Farm on Saturday next. First race at Kensington to-day. 2 p.m. ...

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  10. WORDS OF WISDOM.

    Here is a chunk of wisdom taken from the "Otago Witness" (N.Z.) that would be well worth pasting in the hats of some of our local jockeys. H. Gray. the rider ...

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  11. WATERHOUSE'S WOOLLY WAY.

    A correspondent named T. Graham places the following before us. and asks for advice. At Moorefield on Saturday last he backed the double. Rellevo and ...

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  12. A CLUB'S CAREER.

    The Newcastle Jockey Club continues its successful career year after year in a manner that reflects great credit on its honorary and paid officials. The annual ...

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  13. LORD LIVERPOOL ON LOAFERS.

    Recently Lord Liverpool. Governor of the Dominion. speaking at ? distribution of prizes at a sports meeting in Wellington. (N.Z.). let himself loose as follows:— ...

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    WOORAK: A Champion Two-year-old. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. SETTLING A SILLY SQUEALER.

    "A Wollongong Punter" writes complaining about the "absurd odds the bookmakers laid at Wollongon last Thursday over the Woollongong Mile." ...

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  16. AMERICA v. AUSTRALIA.

    It is no use abutting our eyes in the fact that the visiting American athletes made hacks of our athletes on Saturday last. They wiped our boys off the map ...

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  17. A ROUGH RIDER.

    Those braves who bet 5 to 1 on Argonette when he was leading by lengths at the distance in the mile event at V.P.. whole-souledly prayed for jockey ...

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  18. TROTTING IN VICTORIA.

    The annual report of the Victorian a year of great progress. Among other matters. It shows that during the past financial year ...

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  19. NOSONOSKY NAILED.

    The death of the 14 hands pony Nosonosky will. no doubt. be learned with regret by A.R.C. followers. "Nosey." as he was generally called. was a chubby ...

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  20. GIBBERGUNYAH'S GALLOP.

    Gibbergunyah was quoted at 2½ to 1 at one stage of the betting on the Welter Handicap at Moorefield on Saturday. Those who took this price about ...

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  21. WALLSEND J.O.

    Secretary Cowcher. of the Wallsend J.C. will take entries up to 3 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday): while Sydney owners can cominate with arcretary Dando. ...

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