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  2. [?]dman Outsails Australia's Best h.

    QUEENSLAND scooped the pool in the Australian 16ft. skiff championship yesterday, gaining the first five places. It was a meritorious achievement, and demonstrated for the fourth successive year that at 16ft. sailing the Northern State possesses speedier boats and cleverer skippers than those in the Mother State. IT was a wonderful achievement and for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 658 words
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    Advertising : 627 words
  4. BOWLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 647 words

    N.S.W.'s wonder boy athletes, Carlton and Stuart, created a furore of enthusiasm by their brilliant running in the just concluded ...

    Article : 262 words
  6. Sporting Scots

    AT Sydney Show Grounds to-morrow amateur athletes, thanks to the generosity of the Highland Society of New South Wales, will contest a programme ...

    Article : 319 words

    A Yachtsman's Paradise ! That sentence summed up the Pittwater Regatta on Broken Bay yesterday. It was one of the most successful aquatic carnivals on record, and is destined to become the leading event in the Commonwealth within he next few years, as the spot is an ideal one for sailing, yachting, rowing, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,549 words
  8. "King" Dobbie SPEED BOATS.

    FRANK [?]OBBIE, champion [?] of Australia, can afford to smile. To be successful in the Single-handed Bowls Championship of Australia is a ...

    Article : 341 words



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