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  2. SANDOWN PARK RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  3. SCIENTIFIC.

    F. H. Brett writes from Carsing ton Rectory, Derbyshire, to the "Journal of Horticulture" as follows:—I need not say how ...

    Article : 360 words
  4. SPORTING.

    "A. F. Pike (Banhiuy).—1. It is impossible to form anything like an idea as to the number of probable starters in the V.R.C. Derby just now. 2. The ...

    Article : 164 words
  5. CRICKET.

    A London paper of June 27 re-marks :—"It says a great deal for the sporting spirit of England that, although the English Eleven had ...

    Article : 250 words
  6. THE GUN.

    Our Albany correspondent telegraphed yesterday:—The sixth competition among the members of the Plantagenet Rifle Company for ...

    Article : 59 words
  7. CHAIN MATCHES.

    The much talked of chain matches between riders of the Simpson Lever Chain and those of a new device invented by Dr. ...

    Article : 151 words
  8. EASTERN DISTRICTS ROADS BOARD.

    Mr. C. Harper, M.L.A., yesterday afternoon introduced to the Premier (Sir John Forrest) a deputation representing the roads ...

    Article : 759 words
  9. CRICKET.

    "Cover-point" (Perth).—No action has yet been taken with the object of invitinz the Australian Eleven to visit Perth. Of coarse you are aware that the team will ...

    Article : 65 words
  10. RUGBY GAME.

    The Rugby Union contemplates sending a team of footballers to New South Wales during the 1897 season. At the present time, Mr. ...

    Article : 430 words
  11. CYCLING.

    "T. J." (York).—It is impossible to say: records are being made and smashed every week. Write to tike Cyclist, Melbourne. ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. CYCLING.

    The question of arranging the cycling church parade was left be the various clubs in the hands of the secretaries, but these gentlemen ...

    Article : 624 words
  13. A CYCLE SERVICE.

    O Scotland, Scotland, how thou art fallen! Here is a minister, to wit, the Rev. Charles Mackie, of Drumoak, Aberdeenshire, holding ...

    Article : 186 words
  14. ATHLETICS.

    The judges at the international fencing tournament at Paris, the other day, awarded the honor of champion swordsman for 1896 to ...

    Article : 36 words
  15. BILLIARDS.

    'Wager" (Geraldton).—Ton win—J. Roberte made 1,392 (spot barred) in a match played in London in May, 1894. ...

    Article : 21 words
  16. THE TURF.

    1.—V.L.T.C. Grand National Hurdle Race. 8.—V.A.T.C. Grand National Steep[?]chase.6-8.—Coolgardie Annual Meeting. Second ...

    Article : 49 words
  17. THE HISTORICAL COL-LAPSE.

    An English exchange says:—The splendid sequence of victories which the Australians have been establishing during their present ...

    Article : 254 words
  18. GOLF.

    The Right Hon. A. J. Balfour and Mr. J. A. Penn, M.P., lately played a match at golf on the course of the Honor Oak and ...

    Article : 170 words
  19. NOTES AND COMMENTS.

    There has been, a good deal of wagering at Perth over the Coolgardie Cup. Damper has been backed for the most money so far ...

    Article : 1,463 words
  20. Advertising

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    Advertising : 207 words
  21. BRIGANDAGE.

    Boad-racing in Russia (says the Cycle) has certain disadvantages which do not tend to make it any more attractive. On Sunday, May ...

    Article : 147 words
  22. HUNTING.

    The late Mr. R. Thompson, the famous fox hunter, whose death took place lately at Saltwood, near Hythe, Kent, at the advanced age ...

    Article : 72 words
  23. FOOTBALL.

    The senior fixtures for Saturday are—West Perth against Rovers, on the Association Cricket Ground; and Fremantle v. Imperials, at ...

    Article : 510 words
  24. THE KENNEL.

    The interest taken in kennel matters by the ladies of England can well be understood by the following extract from the English ...

    Article : 128 words
  25. AN INTERESTING LETTER.

    Mr. Percy Fowles, of Sydney, who is cycling in England, writes, under date of June 12:—"There is a great deal of talk about ...

    Article : 351 words
  26. POLO.

    It is surprising that greater interest is not locally taken in this excellent sport, which is regarded almost as the national game in the ...

    Article : 216 words
  27. THE WEALTHIEST DOG IN THE WORLD.

    At the present moment there's a dog in Dearer, U.S.A., who is heir to £10,000, and enjoyed the legacy, as far as canine enjoyment of such ...

    Article : 205 words
  28. BOXING.

    In the Stonehouse (Eng.) County Court, before Judge Edge, George Horwell, licensed victualler at Devenport, sought to recover ...

    Article : 274 words
  29. FADDY RIDERS.

    A writer in an English weekly paper (Land and Water) describes some of the faddy cycliste and wheeling cranks who exercise in ...

    Article : 104 words
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