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Theae teams played friendly match Wolverhampton, and mure than usual interest was centred in the contest owing to Saturday’s result of tbs cup ties. The team*, however, were not representative; but the weather was fine. In the first half both sides soured, and then the Wolves ad
24 January 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
TficsDAUt Foxeoimwi.

TficsDAUt Foxeoimwi.

Wednesday, Jan. 25 WM «>«. M ....11’0 Friday, Jao. 27 Penny 0 Brass Dsuitkxt Foxhouxps. Wednesday, Jan. 25 Seales Cross Saturday, Jan. 28 Orecnride South Durham Fotuo Wednesday, Jan. 25 Kelloe Friday, Jan. 27 . lo*2o *lo*3o I. .... n*c North Durham Foxhoujids. Thursday, Jan. 26.
24 January 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STUD GREYHOUNDS.

STUD GREYHOUNDS.

Maidstone, hk, weight 671 hx, by Mistertoo— Princes* Dagmar. both winners of the Waterloo Cup. Maid, stone the sire of many winner* this season. Fee. 5 guineas. —Apply to Thomas Bvixoc*. Killingworth Newcastle on Tyos. 2671 Sam Bbowm, Greentiok—Jenny Jones, at gwinra.-—Apply C.
24 January 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
and TRAINED CHARGERS,

and TRAINED CHARGERS,

KING & GILLESPIE, CLAYTON AND WATERLOO STREETS, NEWCASTLE.
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MANCHESTER MEETING

MANCHESTER MEETING

Invested with race of first-class importance like the Lyme Park Stakes, the second day’s business New Barnes did not fail to draw the masses. The truth of this was seen in tho vast gathering of holiday people whe thronged the vast enclosure in their thousands, and rejoiced the h
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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DONCASTER SPRING MEETING.

DONCASTER SPRING MEETING.

"«i«hu for the DONCASTER SPRING HANDICAP. % 9 o Quickly Wise 6 12 12 12 Lower Boy 8 Profit rront ai iLlanthony Jlacsregor 10 Maltrovera 10 Cabin Boy g 4 6 10 Simonion g Nobleman 6 Garter 8 0 Honour 6 7 Pensioner 7 9 Vanieuard 7 Kyi'-. 7 9 Sarawak 7 Metallic 7 goult Gchomrfcth 7
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

The Swedish steamer Axel, Johnson, Roeario for Gloucester, wheat, returned to Cape Verd* with two blades of propeller broken; will discharge part cargo; propably sail let June. The British baiguentinel Look Out, Fowcy for St. Petersburg, clay. U aground near Copenhagen; refused
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ST. ANN’S PARISH HALL.

ST. ANN’S PARISH HALL.

On Wednesday night the third of a of entertainm3olB connection the opening of this hall took plaoe, in the form of a concert of vocnl and instrumental music, which was under the direction Mr W. H. Todd, organist and choirmaster of the church. The following ladies and gentlemen t
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LAWN TENNIS.

LAWN TENNIS.

TYNEDALE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION’S TOURNAMENT, Yesterday afternoon the concluding match in the ladies doubles handicap (the only event that was left unfinished on Tuesday evening), brought off the Prior Flat Ground at Hexham. The weather was fine and bright, but there was rather a
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE IRISH CHAMPIONSHIPS

THE IRISH CHAMPIONSHIPS

The fourth day’s play in the Irish charnpionahipe was favoured by tine weather, and there was vary big attendance. The meeting of W. Renshaw and Pim in the semi-final the all-comers’ singles created great amount of interest. The Irishman playing great form, experienced but littl
26 May 1893 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England