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23 December 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TUB LEADINU BOUBR FOR GOLD AND SILVER BADGER David now, ABGYLK STREET. GLASGOW. h*Uh. (Formerljr Tr«.n|»tv> ll**Wh the Larorst and

TUB LEADINU BOUBR FOR GOLD AND SILVER BADGER David now, ABGYLK STREET. GLASGOW. h*Uh. (Formerljr Tr«.n|»tv> ll**Wh the Larorst and

Most Sclmt Stock the Trade, price* which defy cuuipetition. CoruwUmm call and ogapare before ordering el»«wlKra N«* always being added. Samples sent Patronised 290 Clubs Associauona A Large Atbleiie Prises. PrssonlaUod Clocks. Ac., eh. oas >».i— Btkiai—>l. «il.tr EiKrtuh Le.tr W
23 December 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WK. a BELL'S GREATEST SUCCESS CBROMB FOOTBALL. Bi U nM U U mm Mb In Um Trade.

WK. a BELL'S GREATEST SUCCESS CBROMB FOOTBALL. Bi U nM U U mm Mb In Um Trade.

WK. BELL'S GREATEST SUCCESS CBROMB FOOTBALL. Bi U Mb Um Trade. WIL BILLS FOOT. BALL BAGS. FAMED - Hair-Stuffed I 11m■ SapOTior Slil*«l, 10,64 >l4 Mm’, white Kuil t. lleM.lt Mm. Srow. LMtherl I>. 6? Alw.Al T&hM teftAti oi, and «aeb. wk. a. rAMOus eoo*r~ v YonUu' BUca. kll Hand Mat
23 December 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
No. 28!. ..Mi's, who surrounded the v iillod the stands and pavilion of the ;<nis and beauteous enclosure recently laid

No. 28!. ..Mi's, who surrounded the v iillod the stands and pavilion of the ;<nis and beauteous enclosure recently laid

.; to the Celtic at I’arkhead. Doubtless the crowd—the largest seen at an evening : amg tor some time—is to Ire accounted for •:i great measure the promise Mecredy, M'i.aivn, Vogt, Lacaille, Bradley, M'Cullocn, ar. Blair, who implemented that promise and .■ i-, most interesting
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor.

SIR. —In the Monday's edition of your paper, referring to the Third Lanark versus Hearts match on Saturday, you pay that the Hearts won both League engagements last season. The Heart* won Tynecastle by goals 0, while the result at Cathkin was 3 goals to 2 favour of the Third. Ho
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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League Lights.

League Lights.

Despite rumours to the onnti ary, James Hamilton will play again for the Q. i'. this season, and goes with the team to Inverness to-morrow. Hislop, the eretwhile right-winger of the Light Blues, baa retired, it ia staled, from the football arena and taken up business on bis own
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TIME TABLE OF EVENTS.

TIME TABLE OF EVENTS.

1. 100-Yards Flat Race (Heat 5)........ 2. Semifinal ... . 3. One Mila Bicycle Race (First Class) 3.35 4. 100-Yards Flat Race, Final... 3.40 5. One Mile Bicycle Race (Second Class) 3.45 6. One Mile Flat Race.. 4.0 7. One Mile Bicycle Race (First Class), Final- -.. 4.10 8. „ „ „
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE TEAMS WILL BE

THE TEAMS WILL BE

as follows :—West—J. Robertson, D. C. Greenlees. A. W. Wilson, J. H. Miller, jun., J. F, Dunlop, W. Neißon, U. L. M*Cuiloob, and Stoner. The other three places will be filled from J. M‘Laren, C. E. M‘Ewen, G. C. Green, W. J. Reid, or Major Davidson. M'Ewen’s leg has again given
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH CRICKET.

EDINBURGH CRICKET.

The heavy shower* on Saturday put a stop all the matches after a little over as hour’s play. The Hawick and Wilton looked like putting the Wateoniane out of court, so quickly did they knot* up their runs. J. Montgomery scored 31 before was caught by Bruce, and A. Turnbull retire
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OPEN DATES.

OPEN DATES.

Motherwell Cricket club.—Second XI. have the following dates open August and September 17tb, at home ; August 27th and September ICta. awaj.—James Binner, Melville Drive, Motherwell. Gups and Contests. FALKIRK EVENING MATCHES. Grangemouth visited Stenbousemuir on Tuesday eviMSin
19 August 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland