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., Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
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