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BOMBALA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
BOM BALA RACES. Tlio socond day of tho Bombala races was hold on Thursday ? with tho,: following re sults : — Ladies' Purse. — President,' 1- Scamp, 2- , Ringwood, 3. ' Town Plate.— President, . 1 ; Kameruka, 2. Only two started. . Hurdlo Race. — Princo Hubert,1 1 : Imp, 2 ; Silly Billy, 3. - Hurry Scurry.— Divor, 1 ? ' Shaughraun, 2. Hack Hurdlo Race.— Earlo; l ;iBoziqno, 2; Envy, 3. Forcod Handicap.— Scamp, .1 ; Kameruka, 2 : President. 3.
NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. FIRST Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. First Day. Tho Nortliorn Joekoy Clnb racos com menced on Thursday at West Maitland, Tho woathor was showery, and thoro was con sequently a moderate attendanco. Results : — Flying Handicap. — Vespasia, Cst. 131b. (Gougli), 1 ; Irene, Ost. 51b. (Donlan), 2; Lone Star, Ost. 111b. (Fielder), 3. Allandalo, (7st. 101b.), Nonsense (Tst. 51b.), Fearer (7st. 21b.),. African (list. 71b.), also ran. Won oasily. I Timo, lmin. 21}sec. Princo of- Wales Stakes. — Gold Dnst, 7st. 41b. (Murphy), 1 ; Stout, Ost. Gib. (Hawke), 2; Brown and lioso, list. 111b. (M'Carthy), 3. Won oasily. Time, lmin. 39Jsec. Tho winner was sold for .£115. Rutherford Handicap. — Simon, 6st. 61b. (Goucrh), 1; Coroban, Ost. 131b. (Fioldor), 2; Folly, 8st. (Leadbeater), 3. Minorah . (7st. 91b.), Laguna 7st. -lib.), Allandalo (7st. 21b.), and Rod aud Black (list. 21b.), also rah. Won by three-quarters of a length. Timo, 2tniii. lHAsec. Welter Handicap. — Dreamer, list. (J. Smith), 1 ; Jack Iioarty...
The Champion. FLEMINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Tho Champion. Flemington, Saturday. Tho woathor was extremely warm for tho third day's racos of tho V.R.C. Autumn meeting, but it was not too hot to prevent a vory largo attendance at Flemington, whoro tho concourse of peoplo was leavonod by tho presence of tho representatives of royalty in Now South Walos and Victoria, moat noble lords, tho kings of tho soil, and roprosento tives of wealth in profusion. It was protty warm, but nevertheless thedaywasaploasing contrast to tho previous Saturday, with its tropical heat and deluge of rain. Thoii Ex cellencies S-ir H. Loch and Lord Carrington and their distinguished guosts arrived intimo for the first race, and remained until most of tho ovents on tho card had boon nego tiated. The courso was firm and in good going order, and excopting tho Champion, which was a hollow affair, tne racing was of a high order. MAIDEN STAKES. A sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, 1 ft., with 175 added. Second liorse to receive 25 sovs. out of tho stako. For maiden ...
RACE MEETINGS. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
\, rRACE MEETINGS. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Second Day. Tho second day's racing in connection with tho abovo olub took place on Thursday loat with tho fellowing results CORINTHIAN CUP. Valuo 150 sovs., added to a sweepstakes of 5 sovs. oach to tho second. Ono milo. Hon. Vf. A. Lang'n b c Abnor, by St. AlUune— Starlight, lyrs., lOat. 121b. (Mr. 'W. L. Cox. Mr? t! Ronnifion1 it b g Mnronoj, uge'd, list. (Mr. ^ J. A. Lauir) ? ??? - Mr. T. Williamson's bh feirocco. 5yrs., lOit. 121b. (Mr. C. Tattorsall ... ... ... ... 8 Mr. S. Gardiner's br c Maroondah. 4 yrs., lOat.3 I 41b. (Mr. T. Bourke) ? 0 Betting— 5 to 1 on Abner. Maroondah mado play as soon as they were despatched, and led tho others at top pace to tho abattoirs. At tho homo turn Abner moved up from third to second position, and won a most uninteresting raco by four ionjrtlis. Time, lmin. -1Gsgo. SIRWS PRODUCE 8TAKE8. Of 10 SOTS, each, with 250 added, and 760 subscribed by owners. For two years old. Nominator of tho siro of tho win...
SPORT IN NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SPORT IN NEWCASTLE; (nr oun specui, cobresponhrvt A Newcastle, Tuesday, j.ueiu is not a great deal to chronicle in tho sporting world here. Our Jockey Clnb. ,„T!1': February meeting of the Jockey Club terminated on the 2Gth ult.. It was not as successful in a financial point of viow ns its predecessors. The ar rangements for the convenience of thu public were admirable and' thu ^ committer are dwervint? of* credit for the manv alteratinnu „,i_. ditions they have made to the course ia this reBpect. The racing on the wholewas: very good, the finishes in manv of the races being very close. M r. C. H*. Hannell (better known as the ' Admiral Rous 0f the North ') is the handicapper to the club, and right well does he acquit himself' in tliatcapacity, also as judge, his decisions scarcely ever being questioned. The next meeting takes place on May 24, when an other good entry is expected. Solly and Sutton. At last Solly and Ted Sutton (who nego tiated a Botany in 188-!) have been matched to...
SYDNEY AMATEUR. CANVAS DINGY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SYDNEY AMATEUR CANVAS DINGY CLUB. On Saturday afternoon the second and third class boats belontrini; to the above club met to contest for two prizes pre sonted by the club. Tlie ontries and handicaps were Pauline, 12ft., lOmin. ; Ethel, 14ft., linin. ; Acino, 14ft., scrateli; Daisy, 13ft., 2Jtnin. ; Ella, 14ft., .lmin. j Elinina, 12ft., 9min.; Julia, 12ft., 9min. ; Nautilus, 13ft., 5.}mih. The start which was to havo taken place at 3 p.m., was de layed about 20 minutes. At tho signal to go, the boats got well away together, the breeze being from N.E., nnd tho tide flood. The fleet worked pretty well down the northern shore, the Ethel taking tho lead. Shark Island wns rounded in the following order — Etliol, Ella, Acme, Daisy, Elmina, Nautilus and Julia. The same positions were kept to the flagboat, and after passing, sheets woro hauled down for the beat to Fort Denison. The Etliol still kept the lead, and the flagboat was rounded by Ethel at 4h. 27min. 20soc. ; Acme, 4h. 52min. 2sec...
Hnrry Scurry Race. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Hurry Scurry Race. The socond event was a Hurry Scurry raco for a prize presented by tho Hon. Geo. Iliornton, a second prizo of £1 4s„ and third Z-r b10. «ourso a flying start off Kirribilh Point, round lightship and Sow and Pigs, round Shark Island, flagboat off Fort Mactiuane, Fort Denison, and back to flag boat, ilic ontries and handicaps wore as follows Lotus, scratch ; Carlotta, Xnrifa, liosetta, Triton, Guinevere, 3min. ? 'Waver- „e.V, tinjin. ; Buttercup, 7min. ; Pomona, 9min. : Elaine Angela, and Sylvia, lOmin. : Sea Breeze and Albicore, llmin. ? AVanganclla, l^min.; poryphene, 13min. Tho conditions ?were mainsail and jib or.ly, booming out of ]ib allowed. Boats nnt'er 20ft. 4 hands 20ft to 23ft. 5 hands, over 2;ft. « hands. The tide was strong 5ood, and a nice breeze from N.E. .and E.N.F. ;,The start was announced for 3.15 p.m., and punctually at that timo tho lino was crossed by tho Corypheno and fiarlotta. both on the starboard t-iok, tho others being -n the port,' but th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
To tlie Sporting Gentlemen of the Colonies. 'YORKSiUREMAN' j For many years the most successful 3 sporting writer on the Sydney Press, i Commenced the (S NEW YEAR I In a BRILLIANT MAN NEE, As he sent WILLIAM TELL and ALL GOLD For tho STANDISH and BAGOT HANDICAPS, Thus sending the winners of the fW double of the season. He followed it up by giving all his clients : KITAWA For the J CARRINGTON STAKES . He has ; A Rank' Outsider for Melbourne DERBl and C0P, Worth Ten Times the Yearly TO BACKERS, And a SPLENDID DOUBLE For the ? HAWKESBURY HANDICAP, and SYDNEY CUP. Enclose stamp for Terms, and Regis'*' money Lotters. j 'T0EKSHIREMAN,' I Box, 802, G.P.O. Sydney. _ | Printed and published by Edward Ellis* ^ Referee Nowspapor Oiflco, 223* OJucucc*fiuvv gj Sydney March 10, 1887. § I
THE M.C.C. TEAM OF AMATEUR ENGLISH CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
? == E THE M.C.C. TEAM OF AMATEUR | ENGLISH CRICKETERS. I At a meeting of the committee of,(*e Melbourne Cricket Club, held jj . * pavilion last week, a letter wos/q i from Messrs. W. W. Read P'seW Vernon, who have been aske^sit » a team of English amateur?' ;'uspiees ne tralia next season under 'i ?-. v the Melbourne club. So ft.-.; Messrs'. M. I T! TTil.wtr- W -p T?nll™. W W ,1 I I. G. Walker, have definitely decided to join the team. It is highly probable that ' Mr. Stanley Scott, of Middlesex, will also ? come, and if his professional duties should permit, Mr. E. F. S. Tylecote, who was ' wioKet-keeper for the Hon. Ivo Blighs eleven, will join the next team in the sam» .1 oapacity. Mr. G. F. Vernon will be the : thirteenth man in the team, and both b and Mr. Read urge tho M.C.C. to invifc - Mr. G. B. Studd, who is now travel- . ling in the colonies, to join then. . An effort was made to induce Mr. W. C. ' Grace to re-visit Australia, but withoct effect. Tho Hon. M. B. Hawke, who...
LIVERPOOL JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
/ LIVERPOOL JOCKEY GLTJB. The following entries were made on Monday for the races which aro to take placo on tho 17th inst. t — -It/ the nURDLE SELLING RACE, .?'I1, About two miles. Quong.Tart, Purfleot, Enniskillen, Creamy Jack, Deception, Roslyn, Gobolion, ScobolofT. I : THE ROSE HANDICAP, | ' Six furlongs. ! Ivr, ^ Jeremy Diddler, Hopeful, Lady .Marion, Necklace, Grisctte, Wanda, Glen j Elgin, Cullodon, Fraud, Hoodwink, Recruit, ! Contanr, Nor'oaeter, Tinderbox, Simon, | Sontenco, Smith O'Brien, Goldlako, Char , treux. THE THISTLE HANniCAP, Ono mile. Trap, Wanda, Howlong, Meleeboe, Major, Ellington, Resolve, Loriaino, Dreamor, Smith ..Q'Brion..- C^c.aniy Jack, Binalong, Qsong Tart, Tristan, Goldlako. THE AUCTIOX PLATE. Soren furlongs. Sawdust, Simon, Presentation, Basil. - . ; THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP, One milo and a quarter. Tooralo, Simon, Frisco, Recruit, Hopeful, Homo Rule, Goldlako, Chartreux, Aga, Dreamer, Pinkie, Willoroo,Maid of tho Lake, Tristan, Thakambau, Elsie, First Dem...
ALBURY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
^'ALBURY RACE CLUB. I Tho following weights haro boon do olared : — HURDLE RACE. Two milos. st. lb. st.lb. Omodhaun ... 11 7 Iona ... ... -9 12 Lotitia ? ? 10 7 Livingstono ... 9 12 Pinwire ? 10 7 Maud A ??? ?}? Mystery ? -10 0 Escape , -. 9 10 Fair Saxon ... 10 0 Manumission 9 10 Invictua... ... 10 0 Trickett ... 9 0 ALBURY CUP. Ono milo and a quarter. st. lb. st. lb. Thakambau ... 8 4 Invictus ...7 4 Abnso ... 8 4 Odd Stockings 7 1 Allandor ... 8 0 Littlo King ... 7 1 Gonoo ? 7 11 Vermont ... 7 1 Dargon 7 10 Saturn ? 7 0 Ulack Diamond 7 0 Hilloran ... 7 0 Society ... 7 8 Catseyes ... 6 12 Rhetorician ... 7 8 Fly ... ... 6 11 Beeswing ... 7 7 Hartington ... 6 0 Crooping Jano 7 G River Bollo ... 6 9 Alico ? 7 5 Tommy ? 6 7 ST. PATRICK'S DAY nANDICAP. uno muo nnu a quarwsr. 8 1. lb. 8t. lb. Thakambau ... 8 7 Odd StockiRgs 7 7 Albion ? 8 7 Morcoau ... 7 7 Allander ... 8 5 Vermont ... 7 5 Now Fashion... 8 0 Halloween ... 7 3 Soldier Boy ... 8 0 Saturn ? 7 2 Black Diamond 7 12 Catseyes ...
COROWA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
i COROWA ANNUAL RACES. ? Following are tho entries for tho meeting which takes place on tho 23rd inst. : — COROWA HANDICAP. * Urabby, Hawarden, Vermont, Little Mary, Advance, Littlo King, Ailsa, Essex, Harting ton,. Larrikin, Clarot, Arrow, Black Diamond. ladies' plate. ; Joo Miller, Hawarden, Vermont, Mystery (lato Harkaway), Advanco, Morceau, Larri kin, Arrow, Spurei, Black Diamond, Donald (late General Gordon). | - i ? FLYING HANDICAP. | Urabby, Hawarden, Mystery (lato Harka- | way), Advance, Morccan, Brittanus, Claret, Embassy, Arrow, Spurei, Donald (hrte .General Gordon). -
Burgess and Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Bnrcress and Smith. The two Port Melbourne light-weights, young Smith and Burgess, had a Bet-to at Victor's Athletic Hall on Monday night|of four rounds, Marquis of Queonsbury rules for a £5 trophy. Smith put in smart work at first, but Burgess had all the best of it in the last two rounds. The referee, Tom Cannon, announced'his verdict a3 honours divided and the match a draw.
MOLONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
MOLONG RACES. The following are the ontries received for Molong Annual Races, March 10th and 17th FLYING HANDICAP, Three-quarters of a mile. Glenroy Struck Gold Rosebud Letter Little Nell Miss Dora Colonel Ferryman Syd Nellie Rowena Costic Idlo Boy Barney 'Hereford. ' RAILWAY HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. Lithgow Letter Drummer Boy Horoford Liberto Tho Mule Syd Rowena Nellie Idle Boy Marmion. ' 1 PUBLICANS* PURSE. Ono mile. Glenroy Coral Midnight Stoelrail Hereford Harlequin Miss Dora Colonel Syd Boarding School Costic Idle Boy Miss ? Prunella Barney ? Ferryman. MOLONG JOCKEY CLUB. ' [ Ono milo and a half. Lithgow Midnight Drummer Boy Lotter Hereford Liberie BoardingSchoolThe Mulo Syd ! Miss Nellie.
CANNON AND CONNOE. The Draco -Roman Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
? , . CANNON AND CONNOB. I The draco-Roman Championship. I Tho final deposit of £100 a-side was made good yesterday, in the Cannon v. Connor Grmco-Roman wrestling match for £400 and the championship of the world. The match is to take plpco at the Alexandra Theatre on Saturday noxt, tho best of three falls. Both men are in good condition. Connor haa been putting . on finishing touches at Grigg s Hotel, South .-Brighton, near Mordialloc, and when I saw him at the Alexandra on Saturday night he lookod well and lusty. He does not hold his opponent cheap, and has got himself as fit as possible. Cannon is also very well, and is tho favourite. He haa been doing vigorous work with Andre Christol, and though bulky in appearance is still sound in wind and limb. Thus the men are apparently bo evenly matched that a keen and exciting struggle is looked forward to. This will be the best match yet wrestled in Australia, so say some of the sports. Tho wrestlers, it is promised, will bo on tho stage...
Cannon and Dinnie Both Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Cannon and Dinnie Both Challenged. Harry Dunn, the champion Cumberland wrestler, who acted ns referee in the seven styles, match betweon Cannon and Dinnie, has challenged either of them to a similar contest for £50 or £100 a side, or will wrestle Cannon, if he objects to the seven styles in the Police Gazette rules, in five styles — Grieco-Roman, catcli-as-oatch-can, Cumberland, side hold, and collar and elbow. Further, as Dinnie lia3 hurt his arm, Dunn will sign articles for a match in six weeks' time.
Ben of Harry Dunn. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
. Ben^f.ft.of Harry Dunn. --..Next ^o'^TVui' M.;10m haiuandts'4 tendered to Harry Dunn, the champion CnmlinrlnTitl wrestler. who recently de 'eated Blackburn and Thomas. One' of ;he best programmes ever presented will ue gone through, every, style of nthktic svent being shown by the- front rank ithletes of Australia In the wrestling division tho following ire billed to appear -.--Harry Dunn, Tom Cannon, Donald Dinnie, Jack Connor, Andre Christol, Wm. Thornton, M.Caffrey, Tom M'Kenzie, D. Ford, T. Tichner, and A. Smart. The boxers will be represented by Jem Stewart, Peter Newton, Mick Nathan, and J. Degrasse. In addition, 3Ir. J. E. Doaegan will perforin with his wonderful dogs. A vory full evening's entertainment is thus promised, and as an additional attraction, a grand wind up is announced | between Professor Miller and Dunn.