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[Sll REF BELL. LONDON STREET, ▼ ▼ OLAS9OW. Culls atUatiM his Mow FOOTBALL CLYO£. w Boflstoml Oool«a. IM. All Foolholl

[Sll REF BELL. LONDON STREET, ▼ ▼ OLAS9OW. Culls atUatiM his Mow FOOTBALL CLYO£. w Boflstoml Oool«a. IM. All Foolholl

Boquirftoa. Note tbs obit addkkso— n HraKBT. GLASGOW.
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
U«-,:ll« Crioket Shawholm CD Saturday vn* played under the u.csl favourable coodiiiooa, beautiful aunroundingv, lovely leather, and beat good fellowaliip

U«-,:ll« Crioket Shawholm CD Saturday vn* played under the u.csl favourable coodiiiooa, beautiful aunroundingv, lovely leather, and beat good fellowaliip

Foloc are decidedly lucky {toMeaeiug tucta an attractive around. Cricket at Sbawhclm on agj *d day is never doll. If tka spectator does not find tbe frame particularly fascinating is corr.prnsatad for this by the beauty of tbe aunoundings. On Saturday tbe were the visitors; thei
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE four OP THE SCOTTISH THE.

THE four OP THE SCOTTISH THE.

Th» Abetoom, who bate tba Kortb-Ead ttwir card tor Saturday bpj», panaadrd lha Lochwiaaocb to play off their tie on Saturday. A fair atteadenoa spactatoia lurned oat to are tba brat tie the teaaun. It waa yenarally Abaroorn bad aott thing to tattle, and an it proved. The you tig
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TBB MOBTOB GOT TUBI& PINOBRS JIGGED

TBB MOBTOB GOT TUBI& PINOBRS JIGGED

TBB MOBTOB GOT TUBI& JIGGED on Saturday very aeverely by tbe Glasgow Thistle. The weather was quite nice for the spectators, whom there were large number present, but juat tribe hot lor the play ere. Cameron, btewart, and Coleman were absentees from the ranke M the Morton, their
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ME&ITOitIOUS MgTIILAJf.

ME&ITOitIOUS MgTIILAJf.

MgTIILAJf. The Albion Hovers mat'* a bad beginning the occasion the opening giound SMurday last. Tbe atteadanew wa» very geod. The Hover* kicked-eff. and !/o*» evident that want traiOiOiT «*# a Methlao showed more k*ct pot the leather through a goal »wice in the first half. Matth
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
VICTORIA >'OT VICTORIOUS.

VICTORIA >'OT VICTORIOUS.

The Clyde fulfilled their promise to the Victoria on Thursday night Karruwfield Park by tniaing out their lull team, with the of Chalmers. and gsma two 3^defeated new combination 4 goal* 2. A goodly number of spectator turned out considering the wet
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OLD BIVAU AT PALMIMTOX.

OLD BIVAU AT PALMIMTOX.

The Mb K.U.V. managed have the bom on the right leg on Saturday when they met the yueen of the South Wanderers, nod defeated them Palmerston 2 goal* I. Tee game wan most exciting one, bat the Wanderers were unfortunate in having to play without Corney for the last fifteen minute
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TUB BLUES PREVAIL

TUB BLUES PREVAIL

Wednesday evening the Rangers played Lintbouse Ibrox, and for once while bad winning bracket placed their credit. The teems ;—Hangers—Goal, M‘Benzie; backs, Hendry and Hay; bslf-backs, Marshall, J. Muir, and Balaton; forwards, Wilkie, M*Bean, Hendersoo, and ▲Han. Lintbcnse—Goal,
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TUKASIiINO THE ERIDB.

TUKASIiINO THE ERIDB.

More power to Whifflet Shamrock. May the start they .made oo Saturday a foretaste of what they intend doing this season. Tbe Camt.uslang St. Bride will certainly remember their (itsi visit to School St Fark with anything bul pleasure. To have four goals in each hall scored apain
02 September 1889 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Another of those disgraceful scones which are fast briupiut; the game football into disrepute took place BarrowhelJ Park on Saturday

Another of those disgraceful scones which are fast briupiut; the game football into disrepute took place BarrowhelJ Park on Saturday

iu the match between Clyde and Dumbarton, Mr Clark, of Kilbirnie, who refereed, being the victim of brutal attack the crowd. In all fairness his decisions were not calculated to elicit the blessings of the Clyde partisans his head, he allowed at least two goals to Dumbarton whic
19 December 1892 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland