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Hibs v Dundee,

Hibs v Dundee,

Between 11.50 and 1 o'clock to-morrow, three, and if necessary four, special trains will convey Dundee's following direct, t o Easter Road Station, and should aid materially in producing what is expected to be a record - crowd for the ground. It was with something like satisfact
11 March 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
W. WALKER'S LMLUSION

W. WALKER'S LMLUSION

in the half-back line is due him on the consistent ability he has shown this season. He is nippier and fresher than Celt Ai`Nair, who seems in need of a visit to Sea.mill Hydro. Captain Hay was not just in top form v. Wales, but the trip across the Channel should brace him up. T
11 March 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BECAUSE WE GIVE BEET VALUE FOR MONEY. FOOTBALLS.

BECAUSE WE GIVE BEET VALUE FOR MONEY. FOOTBALLS.

1116 " ECLIPSE " 10/6 " MARVELLOUS MATCH " 8 / 6 " THISTLE " 8/6 " YOUTHS' MATCH " -.- ILL POST PAID. 611
11 March 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE SCOTTISH

THE SCOTTISH

-; 77%
31 July 1911 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PITCHING COMPETITION.

PITCHING COMPETITION.

The following qualified for the semifinal M'Aforran (Douglas Water), Wm. Davie (Wm•tburn), J. Hamilton (Halfway), and J. Wallace (Newton). Final result-1, Mliorran ; 2, Hamilton. LONGCROFT THISTLE F.C. MEETING. 'Ma &nib herd. their Eprrrt, meeting at Longcroft on Etaturday after
31 July 1911 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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HOP, STEP, AND LEAP.

HOP, STEP, AND LEAP.

1, J. Thom; 2, L. 511iinnon; 3, A. Fermick. QC ARTER-1411LE RACE (OPEN). 1, R. Sutherland; 2, J. Graham; 3, J. Thom. WHEEL-BARROW RACE. 1, A. renwick and G. IVl'lnto,h; 2, L. 74,1•Kinnon and T. Reid; 3, J. M'Donald and W. Thomgon. SACK RACE. 1, T'comas Reid; 2, J. Wlntoksh: 3. .
31 July 1911 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WORLD'S GREATEST NOVELTIES

WORLD'S GREATEST NOVELTIES

IN ENDLESS VARIETY, AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYONE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Our Saloons are now complete, and the public are cordially invited to visit same any day. There will be no obligation to purchase, and it is to be hoped the inhabitants of Glasgow and West of Scotland will ava
07 January 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LUMLEY'S STORES, 80 and 82 SAUCHIEHALL STREET (R'EoVNFgREET),

LUMLEY'S STORES, 80 and 82 SAUCHIEHALL STREET (R'EoVNFgREET),

LUMLEY'S STORES, 80 and 82 SAUCHIEHALL STREET ( R ' E o VNFg REET), STAGELAND. THE GRA-ND (GLASGOW)-" MOTHER GOOSE." MotherCam- -- •-lm was urrasqww. !till goes wi:h an exhilarating swing icily and nightly packed houses have associated with the production. Th 34D doubt about the
07 January 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CAMBUSLANG COLLAPSE.

CAMBUSLANG COLLAPSE.

Bishop Briggs, 9 pts.; earnbuslang, 0. Following their victory over Fa last Saturday. Cambuslang were hopeful of faring well in their match with Bishopbriggs, but they put a weak side on the field, and paid the penally. The visitors were the heavier lot, and Canibuslang besides
17 January 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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17 January 1910 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland