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CHESS

... command of the Ist Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry, at Belfast, will fall vacant ziext month, when Lieutenant-Colonel White will com- plete the regulation period of service as chief of the old 51st Light Infantry. Lieutenant-Colonel ...

BANN ROWING CLUB

... in which the arrangre- t ments awere carried out in every other respect. Dnring the day the hand of the 51st King's Own I Yorkshire Light Infantry performed the following t attractive programnme, under the condoctorship of I Kir. John Le Grove, bandraaster ...

CRICKET

... and a good turn-out of spectators to cheer on their different clubs. July 21st (Satcrday), at Bal3yclare-51st Bat- talion Yorkshire Light Infantry C.C. (A Company) v. Ballyclare C.C., at three o'clock sharp. 168632 ...

ATHLETICS

... the aoen. Business was allowed to get too much i4to arrear. Daring the afternoon the splendid band of the 51st King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry performed the following programme, Mr. John Le Grove, bandmaster. conducting.- Lancers, ' The Duke of Fife ...

ATHLETIC SPORTS AT THE CURRAGH

... first prize, 5s. Private T. Sheehan, 51st Rginfvnst, sveondl prize, 2s tid Oflicers' Flit Rice, 150 ?? Pocl. linglon, 8lih Regianelit, first. Captain Ward, 51st Reiriment, Second. Barrow Race, 150 ?? Moor, 51st Regirnenit. Veterin Race, 150 yards, for ...

SPORTING

... the Great. A'dantapar made strong mrming fromn 1uffaclloi and Biue Light. with Peter the Great and Fredom! niest-. and Rev eller last. for nearly a mile from Blue Light then Blue Light forced the paeej I I and t ook a clear lead. which she held into the ...

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... morning large fields cannot be looked forward to. My selections for to-mlorrow are as under : Hounslow Selling Hurdle--Queen's Light. Open Selling, Hurdle-Preston. Waterloo Handicap Steeplechase-Little Jack. Molosey Hurdle-Oregon ct Chater. Maiden Steeplechase-Ben ...

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... 8 2H.R.H. the Ps-inca of Wales's Saxdringhaa Marsh 8 1Sir Rt, Affleck's (rue (61b) Robinson a 8 1Lord Alington's Strike a Light (311>) Marsh a 8I1Sir E. Cassel's April Morn (311>) Golding. 7 13 Mr. Jeisey's Lustroso (311>) Rtobinsoni a 7 13 M1r. L. its ...

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... Riatebane fell. Florendean then went on from Lcdden, with Lil II. and Olibanum, close up, to the streeghe, %where Lodden took a -light lead, followed by Lil II., who fell three fences from. hwome, sa-d Lodden failing no rer'st t3he challenge of Olbbsnum, 'te ...

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... with a light, westerly w ind, which, however, freshened during the day. First llatch, to be sailed ?? by yachts exceeding a rating of 65 feet. First prize, £50; second prize, £20. Coursc-Out of the harbour, round the Shipwash and Sunk light vessels, ...

CAMP AT THE CURRAGH

... considerible credit on the ?? concerned. Ac. conmnodation was secured for about 200 ladieg and gentlemen. A military band, the 51st Kiing's Own, attended, and played a wvell-selectedi ploT gramme during the evening. Att appropriate epi- logue having been ...

SPORTING

... Nap. ieo special incident occurred in the preliminaries. in which all moved well. Little delay occurred at the post, but the light wac so bad that only a partial slimnpse could be obtaine d of the race. and the des-cription given elsewhere had to be obtatned ...