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Porting fixtures. THE TURF. RACES TO OME NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Porting fixtures. 1 j. THE TUKF. SEACE8 TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. rWb would bo thankful if Secretaries of Eaco Clubs would forward tho Dittos of their forthcoming Meetings, together with tho Hates of Nomina tions, WeightB, and Acceptances.} '' '' March. OTlO— Binalonj? Bnces. 9. 10-j-Tumut Turf Club. 10,. U — Orango Mooting. 10— Gunning Annual. 12— WnllKcnd and Plattsburg Amateur. 16, 17— Alhnry Mooting.— Entries for Albury '16, 17—Molong J.C. 17— Kildaro R.C. Blacktown.— Entries, March i-. Cnp, Ac., February 10 \ weights, Fob rnary 28 ; acceptances, March 9 ; gene ral entries. March 15. 17 — Cobargo Jockey Club. 17 — Laggan Kncen (Mr. D. O'Brien's). 17— Yantara Races. 17 — Murteo Point Meeting. 17 — Gnndaroo Annual Eaces. — Entries, March 17, 18— Gundngai Meeting ; entries. February 18 ; woights, February 25 ; accep tances, Mardi 11. 17, 18— Grcenfell Jockey Club Meeting. 19— Collector Races. 19— Canterbury Park. 23— Corowa R.C. Annual Champagne.— Nom- inations, March 10 ; general e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
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QUEENSLAND APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
QUEENSLAND. . ' , , aii. : APRIL. . 4,j5— WiU'wiok Tnrf Clnb.— Nominations for x,ti ;lianilicap8 oIobo April. W ; Acceptaneea, , , iApril 30 ; general ontry, April 30. ' » 9,' 11— Brisbano Tattersall's Club Autumn,. ll^Soiitliport Annual.— Entries, Maxell 5 ; ivoiglits. March 16. 11 — Cooper's Plains J.C. 11 — Bundaberg. — Acceptances, March 2 J. 11 — Soutliport Annual. — Nominations, March 5. 11, 12 — Goondiwindi J.C. Annual — Nomina- tions for Town Plato and J.C. Handi . cap. March 19 ; weiglit-4, April C. 13.14— Balonne Jockey Club. ? Mat 3— ^Dawson Amateur R.C. — Entries for Handi r : cap, April 5. 11; 12 — G. W. Downs (Tambo) J.C. 1 ii.U -Qnoensland Turf Club Autumn ; , .- gonorai ontrios, April 3. 21,; 2-i— Q.T.C. Autumn. — Gcnoral entries, ..i May 3 : weigiita for tho principal ' events, May 10 ; accoptancos, May 17. June. 2, 3 — Blaokall R.C. Annual. 16, 17 — Bockampton J.C. Annual.
VICTORIA. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
? VICTORIA. ?*-.: MARCH, u.. . « ..ir.il lO^GIonfoni ^looting. .. .-i. [n-.wi lO^fColdo. Turf Club Mooting.— Entrios . for,, handicaps, February 1G ; weights :Fob-. v rriary, 23 ; acceptances and general -- entries, March 5. . .. 12— V.A.T.C. Mooting. 17— Klstoriuvick Park Mooting. ' ( 23-7-Nowstoad Jockey Club Mooting.*. ? '_-? 12-t-V.A.T.C. Meeting 17 — Elsternwick Park Mooting. : ' h i h Ai-ril, 188T. . ii 2---Moonco Valloy Meeting. ? . i 9^-Elsternwick Park Meeting. ? 11— \Villiamntown Eacing Club Mooting. 214— Moonco Talley Meoting. Mat, 1887. '7-tY.A.T.C. Mooting. l'V— Moonoo VnUoy. ???? 21 — Elstornwick Park Mooting. 1 ? J . Ixinb, 1887. .... ;* .r 4-^-Mooneo Valloy. i ) -. n 25 — ^V.A.T.C. Winter Stocpleclioso Mooting. ' Jitlt,' 1887.'''''' 2 — Elstornwick Park Meeting. . , , 9 — Moonoe Valley. ' ' ' ' - 23— Williainstown Eacing Clnb Meeting. . f ' August, 1887. ? y 13 — Mooneo Valloy. 20— Y. A.T.C. Mooting ; r i i ii7— ElBternwiok Park Mootingi i»,« ? .!»;/(*»- , . Sbptembb...
BENEFIT TO SALI. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
BENEFIT TO SALI. A benefit will be tendered to Signor Sali, the Italian heavy-weight lifter and Grieco Roman wrestler to-night at Foley's Gym nasium. Sali comes amongst us with a wonderful reputation, and having seen him perform in the weight-lifting line we are prepared to say that he can do what he says. The feat of lifting three youths on a barrel with his teeth while he holds out 5Glb. in each hand is marvellous, and several otherillus trations of strength are equally wonderful. Several of the leading boxers will appear, and a good evening's entertainment is sure to be the result.
STABLE GOSSIP. USEFUL HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
STABLE GOSSIP. USEFUL HOUSES. (By ' Early Bute.' For some time past conflicting articles, under a similar heading, have been^agi tating the minds of breeders, and many dilTcrent ideas have been promulgated and dealt out to the public anent this question. Old breeders aver that the horse of to-day cannot in any way hold its own with those of a quarter of a centurv mm nnrl fro. quently give utterance to the, conviction that we cannot find an equal for those of old Jorrocks, and others of his time, who revelled in long distances, and over heats, but then old fogies always reverence the past. With respect to these arguments it is needless to say that any horses of the stamp of Trident, Nelson, Malua, and dozens of others, could far surpass their predecessors both in speed and stamina'. In some respects those who contend that our horses have deteriorated are perfectly correct, and their contention certainly deserves more than passing consideration. Unfortunately, those who are crying out...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
FOOTBALL A special meeting of the committee of the Gordon Football Club was held at O'Donnell's Athletic Club Hotel on Mon day evening last to make arrangements for the ensuing season. It was decided to hold the annual general meeting of the club on Monday evening the 14th inst., at y[ ilthorpe's Hotel, York-street, atS o'clock, when all members are requested to attend. The coming season promises to be a highly successful ono to the club.
HUTCHENS V. J. MALONE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
HUTCHENS V. J- MALONE. An impromptu race of 50 yards, for i!5 aside, was run on the Carrington Grounds yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon between Harry Hutchens and J. M. Malone, brother of the well-known sprinter, the conditions being that Hutchens should concede 5yds. Both men got away on even terms, and Hutchens won.
THE DUNEDIN CUP RACES. AUCKLAND, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
THE DUNEDIN CUP RACES. I (from our own correspondent.) Auckland, February 28. The Dunedin Jockey Club had splendid weather for their meeting, and everything went off successfully, and although tho fields wero small some excellent sport was shown. As I anticipated Spado Guinea appropriated tho Cup iu a very easy manner. Tho value of the race is .£1000, with sweepstakes of 15 sovs. each ; second 200 sovs. ; third 100 sovs. trom tne stupes. Betting at the post was 3 to 2 on Spado Guinea, 6 to 1 against Quibble and Rubina, 8 to 1 Hermitage and Patrician, 10 to 1 Derwenter and Fair Nell, 15 to 1 Tibbifc. All eight got away to a vory fair start, nnd Quibble at once took command of affairs, leading by a bare length. Der wenter and Hermitage were close up, while the favourite was running last. Quibble made the pnee throughout, and held his position in the van, Spade Guinea keeping in the ruck at the end of the first mile. At the end of the first quarter of the last mile, however, her jockey...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
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COOTAMUNDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
'COOTAMUNDRA RACES. Tho first day of the Cootamnndra meeting took place en Thursday. Tho courso wast heavy, butoverythingpassedoff satisfactorily. The foaturo of tho day was tho Turf Clnb Handicap, which was won by Drumstick. A year ago Mr. Hoffernan, liis owner, took iJSOil to .£15 that ho would win tho raco with this horso, and whon tho timo ca-no ho1 was as gcod as his word, and although Sir Edward vas frooly supported ho did not suceeod in getting a situation. Following aro tho results : — Maiden Plato. — Paulino, 1 ; Dulcie, 2. Soiling Race. — Duchess, 1 ; Lock, - 2 ; Chummy, 3. | Turf Club Handicap. — Drumstick, 1 ; Tlak ambau, 2 : Ailsa, 3. Ten others started, j Flying Handicap.— Morcoau, 1; Fair Sajon,. 2 ; Mazoppa. 3. : j Railway Handicap. — Ailsa, 1 ; Pauline, |2 ;. Molono, 8. . , j
WALCHA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
WALCHA RACESlj ,/yV Following aro tlio rosults' bf tlio Walcha races,:— . -.t 1;^:; .: ? Flying Handicap.— Oakwood, 1:' St... John,. 2 ; Iris, 3 ? - ---? ? District' Scramblo. — Cornstalk, 1 ; Jupitor, 2; Cigarotte, 3. . ..- Novol Raco.r— -Starlight walko'd over. Publicans' Purse. — Fcncllo, 1: Sir William, 2 ; Midnight, 3.
SIB JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SIB JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP TBt ' Nimblefoot.'1 I havo no occasion to alter my tip since !j last S unday Times, and I aui still of opinion '' that Donoohoe can win the handicap 1 I am informed ou tho best authoritv J that Hutchens did 13 l-uspc. on the Car t rington grounds, aud his party are sure of 1 winning. They say that on Botanv I Hutchens can do 3 yardB better. y
V.R.C. SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
V.R.C. SETTLING- [1 Tho following aro tho stakes won at Urn Autumn Mooting: — 0 Mr. J. White — First Champion Stalin. £1090; first Sires' Produce Stakes £107^ Is. ; broedor of winnor, £100 ; nominator of sire of winnor, £100 : first St. Leper Staltna £1012; first Australian Cnp, £875; third Champion Stakos, £100; second Essendoo Stakes, £50 ; third Nursory Handiciin Total, £1425 Is. '' A j' Air. G. Stood— First Nowmarkot Handioan £1247 ; seoond Sires Produco Stakes f-i 11 9s. Total, .£1388 9s. ' ~ 11 Mr. C. 1. Macdonald — First Ascotvaln Stakes, £1020; First Freo Handicap, £18^ 10s. ; second Bourko Handicap, £75 ; third Brunswick Stakes, £50. Total, £1327 10a, Mr. W. /? Long— First Brunswick Stakes £335; firft Nursory Handicap,' £2M ; first Corinthioi Cup, £150 ; second Nowm'n^ji Handicav, £100 ; second St. Lcger Stake £50 ; tlurd Bourko Handicap, £2o- Tot-1 £051. ' Major George — First Essendon Stiko= £227 ; first All Aged Stakes, £240 ? second Australian Cup, £100. Total, £507. Mr...
EAST SYDNI ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
EAST SYDN^ ROWING CLUB. A mooting of 1p committoo of tho East Sydnoy (late Wqloomooloo Bay) Rowing Club was held tjKeary's hotel, William stroot, last arenif Among- otlior business transactod, wasfie drawing up of a pro gramme for tho Cond annual rogatta of tho olnb, which is /take place on Saturday afternoon, 2nd Jj T'l- Six evonts liavo boon decided upon, f - — Alaidon l' ours, opon to members of otT clubs ; Scullers in Out riggers, who h$ novor started in a raco in outriggors, opqto mombors of othor olubs ; Maiden Poui/ mombors only ; Maidon Double Scullrfuotnbora only ; Scullors in Club Skiffs, 7*0 handicap, mombersonly; Scratch FouJ members only. This is a capital procfjuno, aud a largo numbor of entries Bhoulpo loj-tlicomirig, especially for tho outriggtjraco, for whioh none of our craok scullejpro oligible. Tlioro aro many young BoaoJ ™ embryo to bo found in our rowing cluj who aro afraid to oontost an outrigger f° whon they see tlio namos of Connolly, frett, Thompson, and ot...
SOLLY AND SUTTON. NEWCASTLE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SOLLY AND SUTTON^ [by wire— prom our own correspondent 'I t Newcastle, TuenrW Tho frionda of Solly and Sutton mot to i day for tho purpose of arranging the date I for the projected footrace. Solly tefused I to fix upon n date until Sutton had '] deposited £50. The latter refused to do I this. The mon aro to meet again to- I morrow to try and arrange tho matter. ' I
BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. Iho ioliowing ontrios havo been received for tho two principal handicaps to bo run at tlio annual raco mooting of tho Burrangong Turf Club on March 2i and 25 : — TOWN PLATE. Ono milo and a quarter. Trap-, Elsie, Infidol, Chummy, Pauline, Mormon, Wexford, Rovengo, Beeswing, Don Antonio, Odd Stockings, Examiner, Hopeful, Drumstick, Potor, Englo Maid, Raven, Tho Kid, Lady Carrington. BURRANGONG TURF CLUB HANDICAP. Ono milo and a-half. Elsie, Infidol, Chummy. Mormon, Woxford, Revenge, Beeswing. ThaJcambatv, Odd Stook ings, Examiner, Stanhope, Hopeful, Peter, DrgQistick, Englo Maid, Rtvven.
PAPERCHASE CLUB AMATEUR STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
PAPERCHASE CLUB AMATEUR STEEPLECHASE MEETING. Tho following entries were mado j — ! DWARF STAKES. Flirt, Vulcan, Lady Grinsell, Lucinda, Dolly Varden, Mabel, Fly, Skylark, Firofly, Nuts, Pince-nez, Shooter, Bluo Dovil. ladies' bracelet. Quoen of Beauty, Lorraine, Zampa, The Pot, Innisvalc, Mabol, Forroster, Good Luck, Lady go Bang, Flyer, Rainbow, Shotovor, Wild Wave. GRAND STAND STEEPLECHASE. Did not fill. P.C.C. CUP. Rosalind, Hussar, Forrester, Draper, Patch work, Blazer, Cockatoo,' Grenadior, Harloqnin, Islander, Lady Go Bang, Tall Boy, Dunco, Tho Commissioner. THE niE OVER CHASE. Jackoy Jackoy, Skylark, Nuts, Pince-nez, Lady Go Bang, Firofly, Shooter, Bluo Dovil, Thunder, Joanotto, Cartridge. TANDEM RACE. Thundor and Lightning, Joan and Jeanotto, | Bluo and White. |
PLATTSBURG AND WALLSEND AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
PLATTSBURG AND WALLSEND AMA ' TEUR TURF CLUB RACES. -The following nominations havo been mado for tko Plattsburg and Wallsend Amateur Turf Club races, to bo run on tho Wallsend Jookey Club Racecourse on March 12 : — FLYING HANDICAP. Ono mile. Bolero. Dreamer, Gosowdi, Viotory, Tor mont, Allandale, Laguua, Alarm, Jaspross, Sir Francis, Hcngist, Donation, Jack Roarty, Roxanna. 3IEMBER81 HANDICAP. Seven furloucra. Tom King, Grasshopper, If lightaway, Brisk, True Bluo, Bracelet, The Miner, Barbara Haro, Morpeth. plattsburg and wallsend amateur turf CLUB HANDICAP. Ono milo and a-quartor. Bolero, Dreamer, Littlo Mick, Roxanna, Allandale, Laguna, Victory, Duko of Devon, Hcngist, Jack Roarty, Jaspress. LADIES' BRACELET HANDICAP. Ono milo. Brisk, True Bluo, Jack Roarty, Singleton, Hcngist. Flightaway, Hawtliorndon, Sir Francis, Friglitaway, Alarm, 'War Eagle.