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The club, which is in a very satisfactory condition. is officered from a powerful committee. Mr. W. Cockam, who held

The club, which is in a very satisfactory condition. is officered from a powerful committee. Mr. W. Cockam, who held

the captaincy for six years, acts as secretary. . . .
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
1, v. Notty. Forest 3, V. SIXMAND 8, v.:4l(reweburyChatity 17, v. Preston North End 19, v. :Methyl(' United NOVIC 2,

1, v. Notty. Forest 3, V. SIXMAND 8, v.:4l(reweburyChatity 17, v. Preston North End 19, v. :Methyl(' United NOVIC 2,

v. Stoke 7 v Barton Swifts 14, r. Sunderlong( Albion 5, v. Queen'ark,Glnw. I 12, v. Ardwick 19, v. ENGLAND JANUARY. -- 1, v. Blackburn Rome 4, v. Blackpool 2, v. Newton Heath iIIER. 1 21, v. GlL laabrab. Triaby V. Onnshant 24, v. C•rinthiaas 26, v. Chatham 1 29, v. Norfolk Count
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ENGLISH FOOTBALL CUP.

ENGLISH FOOTBALL CUP.

Appended are the 1111111168 of the clubs excused from the Qualifying Competition, together with the names of the clubs-who have entered for the Cep for the first time : NEW CUM. Grantham, St. George's (Bristol), Wellington Athletic, North (Southport), Barrow Association, fiteurb
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
:11.'irrik --- 4 6 6

:11.'irrik --- 4 6 6

: 11 .'irrik --- 6 6 ::: a a a TATIAII, A. Blantoo— Harlington --- 4 a 1 4 73 I Itaginnuade 3 6 10 I CAromandel 4 6 4 I 4 6 4 I Benson 3 6 I PINK; I L'Abbe Morin-- 47 1 Penelope 'Plenum, T.. Janine .. . 36 3 iaTchian Wei.mt, I. NewmarketlUaypele 6 6 la Court Berme 3 6 0 K, Red la
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CO., 20, CARLTON STREET, NOTTINGHAM. NEW • • 1 ILLINErR 77, ‘,„ r,- ; ..4 4 , 4 • – SHMENT Open Saturday Next, September 12th. MILLINERY NOVELTIES. MADE-UP MILLINERY. 111M3IELX.031CMITMNIG"X"" '3OCIO CD3EIL7E)3B3EL.

CO., 20, CARLTON STREET, NOTTINGHAM. NEW • • 1 ILLINErR 77, ‘,„ r,- ; ..4 4 , 4 • – SHMENT Open Saturday Next, September 12th. MILLINERY NOVELTIES. MADE-UP MILLINERY. 111M3IELX.031CMITMNIG"X"" '3OCIO CD3EIL7E)3B3EL.

CO., 20, CARLTON STREET, NOTTINGHAM. NEW • • 1 ILLINErR 77, ‘,„ r,- ; ..4 4 , 4 • - SHMENT Open Saturday Next, September 12th. MILLINERY NOVELTIES. MADE-UP MILLINERY. '3OCIO CD3EIL7E)3B3EL. WILKINSON & Co. have one of the best practical Milliners in England, and they will supply
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
REVOLT IN SOUTH RUSSIA.

REVOLT IN SOUTH RUSSIA.

A St. Petersburg telegram says another rrevelt against the constituted authority is reported from the South, resulting, as before, in the enforcement of the law and the pacification of the malcontents by means of ball cartridge fired among the mob. This time it was resistance to
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOTES FROM BASFORD.

NOTES FROM BASFORD.

Professionalism is making itself felt at iu an unmistakable manner. It has caused the last year's winners of the Junior Cup—the Wanderers F.C.—to come a cropper suddenly and most unexpectedly. The Forest led off the ball by securing Tudor (forward), S. Frearson (half-back), and
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FINAL: _ DA – BWEN Owo BOLTON-- ..... ----..-.- Two

FINAL: _ DA – BWEN Owo BOLTON-- ..... ----..-.- Two

FINAL: _ DA - BWEN Owo BOLTON-- ..... ----..-.- STOKE V. DERRY COUNTY. Play began as Stoke to-day at 3,000 spectators. Immediately the bol was kieked off, Dann got away on the home wing and Turner was enabled to score the goal for Stoke. The Derby men aeon began to prows, and Row
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RESULT : BURTON WANDERERS Thtee PORT VALE Two

RESULT : BURTON WANDERERS Thtee PORT VALE Two

BEESTON TOWN v. NOTTS. OLYMPIC. The inaugural match was played this afternoon under splendid climatic cendftions on Churchville Ground, Radford. Boosten won the toss, and led off. After some capital passing, &erten nearly made a goal, but it was cleverly saved by Hill. Another a
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
IVII DAY'S LONDON BETTING.

IVII DAY'S LONDON BETTING.

DAY'S LONDON BETTING. Vicripau CLos. listurdAy Evening. Lama. to 4 en Common, offered Portet 11 to 2 apt Mimi, offered Dawson 100 to 15 Reverend, offered „.....Jennfnp, jun. lb to 1 Orvieto, offered ...........Ryan PO to 1 Bosphorus, 0ffered._.......-.. 40 to 1 St. Simon of the R
05 September 1891 - Football News (Nottingham) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England