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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

In consequence of "the recent fatal accidents during the Huy.t meeting near Cambridge, the Waikato Hunt Club have resolved not to hold any more meetings this year, Lamond is a warm favorite for the Uawkesbury Grand Handicap, and 3 to 1 is the beat offer against him. In addition to the O.R.F.U. trial match, which will be played at Carisbrook, the following football matches will take place to-morrow ; —lJniop Second y. Pacific First, at Tahuna Park i Caveraham First V- JJniversity Second, at Fitzroy i Port Chalmers v. Ravensbourne, at Raver sbourne; Alhambra Second v. Alhambra Third, at Opoho; Sussex v. Port Union, at Port Chalmers ; Melrose v. NewingtoD, at latter's ground ; Carlton v. Mosgiel Factory Juniors, at Mosgiel ; Munro, Hutchison, and Co.. v. 'New Zealand Tablet' Company, at Asylum ground ; Jewellers v. Watchmakers, at Tahuna P<irk ; Roslyn Fire Brigade v. Kaikorai Band, at Raikoral, The Auckland representative football team arrive by the Penguin, whioh will reach here late this evening.

There is a report current in theatrical circles that a younger sister of Miss Mary Anderson will soon make her debut. She is credited with even a larger share of dramatic talent than her sister, and she is altogether of a different typo of beauty, being shorter and stouter.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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