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GORING.

GORING.

goorsatt.—The holiday fixtures of the flcrtrls United F.C. should have consisted of • friendy match on Christmas Day with Maebourne. and a League match on Hoeing Dan venue Caserahanc road Institute. Unfortunately the friendly with Haabourne did not take place owing to the visite
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
~~~ FERGUSONS' M. a

~~~ FERGUSONS' M. a

WHISKY. Ask for it. and you will get a w h i s ky that is pure, whole--smut) and palatable.
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
PIANOS . 6th.

PIANOS . 6th.

Telephone : No. 249. Y eZP )TES the asking, but iard cash saved to ye Ma' Cobbles—the Perfect Price. WEN ica List. St., ballot. K 'ARD 'adding a mbination. fixtures of the consisted of a f with Haghourne, and • Day *emus eaverahanxlately the friendly with toe owing to the visito
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CHARACTER SKETOIiSS OF LOCAL ATHLETES. By "Marathon." Na 13 -MR STAN. JUSTINS (Captain Revling 1896). One of the twat fvotballere

CHARACTER SKETOIiSS OF LOCAL ATHLETES. By "Marathon." Na 13 -MR STAN. JUSTINS (Captain Revling 1896). One of the twat fvotballere

ever produced locally if not the finest, is undoubtedly the abject of .his week's sketch, Mr. S. JUlftiOlk. only was M. Justine a peat footballer. but he au a true amateur, never during the whole of he long and honourable carver receiving a penny above his outof-pookat esposra.
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE READING OBSER'

THE READING OBSER'

READING CLIIBLAND. A round of the clubs reveals the feet that the Christmas holidays hare upset the internal arrange. Tomtit somewhat, and little has been done in tte majority of oases in the way of games tournaments. LIBERAL CLUB.- Bern considerable progress has been made with
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SENIOR Y.Y.C.A.-

SENIOR Y.Y.C.A.-

Lunt night being New Year's Ere, a rally of members was held. The proceedinp commenced with • merits of games, a mosiral programme nest being entered upon. Nearing twelve o'clock • wetch night service was held, conducted by Mr. F. Hunt. Before dispersing the whole company joined
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LATEST.

LATEST.

Reading 5, Oxford City 3. Wvcombe W. 2, Slough 1. TEMPPMANCE LEAGUE. Division 11. Palace 4, Palmer Club 3. Blackheath 21 pt, , Wanderers 3 G. W. S. LEAGUZ. Maidenhead 3, Staines I. SCHOOL LEAGVL Lerley 3, Christchurch I. OTHER RESULTS. H. P.'s Packing J, Manufac. I. Radian& L. 3
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Division i. Ce,arsham 2, Centnl 1.

Division i. Ce,arsham 2, Centnl 1.

01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ASCOT AND DISTRICT

ASCOT AND DISTRICT

On Christmas Day. for a consideration, Hawley visited• Wokinghem to play off their postponed, League fixture. Both teams were well represented. The visitors were the first to attack, but the home defence prevailed. Even play followed, and the visiton, after several atteropte to
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING WINTER BATHERS.

READING WINTER BATHERS.

=menus RACES AND DREAIPAST. The Christmas noes of the Beading Wurter Bathers' Club were field on Saturday morning list at the Corporation Swimming Baths. The ear proved to be of the most interesting &scripting and there were a fair number of culoolms. Th. thirty yards handicap a
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England