The Napier Rugby Union hare decided to send a football team South, They leave on August 8, play Dunedin on the fith, Christchurch on the 10th,Timaru on the 12th, and Wellington on the IGth. Mr J. Stephenson’s brood mare Fallacy has slipped a filly foal to Le Loup. Dan O'Brien passed through Dunedin to-day en remit for Melbourne. He is only on a trip just now, and has taken none of his horses with him. Abrupt and Paikariki have been scratched for the Caulfield Cup. A football match was played on Tuesday afternoon at the Asylum Grounds between the employes of Mills, Dick, and Co. and the Caxton Printing Company, and after a fast and enjoyable game resulted in a win for the latter team by 3 points to 2. The game throughout was very evenly contested, each side securing a number of force downs.
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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 7955, 10 July 1889
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 7955, 10 July 1889
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