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ELEVEN OF VICTORIA v. SHAW 'S TEAM. Continuation of tho Game. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
ELEVEN OP VICTORIA v. SHAW'S TEAM. Continuation of the Game. (from our own correspondent.) .Melbourne, xueHuay. After tho heavy rain yesterday, which entirely put a *top to tpuno, tho woathor cleared up Huflioiently to allow the teams to proceed with the tragedy. Tho wiokots being very wefc were neee«Hnrily all in tho bowlers favour, and tho Englishmen woro Roon dis missed for a triflo ovor tho scoro of tho Victorians. Tlay was rcsumeu as noon w-uuy uy uuim (15 not out) and Shrewsbury (125 not out) following up their innings. Tho woathor was fine, but the damago caused by Monday's rain was irreparable. Both batsmen wero compelled to oxorciso ; tho utmost caution, and after twenty minutes had passed uninterestingly, Gunn was clean , bowled by Bruco after adding 3 to his total. , 4 — 18— 22S. Seotton filled tho vacancy, and ; received a nasty knock from a bumpy ball from Bruce, and shortly after was caught by i Bruce off Trumble, who had just replaced j Midwinter. 5—2—237. Lohmann tho...
GUNDAGAI JOCKEY CLUB. G.J.C. HANDICAP. One mile and three-quarters. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
GUNDAGAI JOCKEY CLUB. G.J.C. HANDICAP., ' - ' Ono milo and throo-quartora. st.lb. ' st.lb. Sweetheart ... . 8 10 Prudonce . ... . 7' G Rovengo 8 7 Viotor ... ... 7 5 Mazoppa ... ;8 7 Infidol .... ... 7 4 Sir Edward ... , 8.. ,0 Fishorboy, .... 6'12 Old Stockings '7 .12 Glenvale ? ... G 9 Glenduivrt . , 7 10 Truo Lovo. ... G 4 Examiner. 7'G ' , TOWN PLATE HANDICAP. Ono milo and a-half. .' 1 ' Sweetheart- ... ' 8 12 Prndenco ' ... 7 8 Rovengo i ... :8 9 Hopo ... . ... 7^8 Mazeppa ... 8 9 Infidel... . ... ,7 6 Atlas ... . ... 8 4 Littlo Jimmy ... , 7 4 Sir Edward. ... 8 2 Fishorboy, .... 7 0 Odd Stockings 8 0 Glonvalo ... , 'G ll. Glenduart ' . ... 7 12 Truo Lovo ... G .G Examiner ... ''7 .8 ? 1 -
ORANGE JOCKEY CLUB RACE MEETING. OPENING HANDICAP Six Furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
ORANGE JOCKEY CLUB RACE MEETING. OPENING HANDICAP. I Six furlongs. st. lb. st. lb. Rocruit ? 8 10 Nollio ? 8 3 Goldalko ? 8 4 Adventurer ... (J 12 Morry Duchess 8 2 Tambo ? (! 10 Liberto ? 7 11 Lithgow ? 6 0 Lit.tlo Dick ... 7 10 Stoolrail ? G 3 Friendless ... 7 10 Maid of Tirin ... G 2 Lindesfarn ... 7 5 Harold ... ... C 2 Whitefoot ... 7 5 RAILWAY HANDICAP. Ono milo. - st. lb. st. lb. Kathleen ... 0 9 Glonroy ... ... 7 4 Grnnnio ... ... 7 9 Adventurer ... 7 .0 Nollio ? 7- 5 Tambo . ? 6. 10 Boggorman ... 7 5 Lottor .... ... (i- 4 Pearl ? 7 4 TOWN l'LATE. Ono and a quarter milo. , st. lb. st.lb. Katliloon ... 8 12 Lord Clifdon ... 7 4 Folly ? 8 10 Whitofoot ... 7 0 Gojdlako ... 8 1 Granny ... G 10 First Domon ... 7 12 Horoford ... 6 9 Merry Duchess 7l10 Poiirl' 6 7 Rocruit ... 7 9 Slow Joo ... 6-'- Liberto ... 7 ,6 Adyontprair--...' G ' 6 Friendless ...: 7 ? 6 4 Tristan . j.'. '' ?' G Lithgow ... 6 2 Littlo Dick ... 7 4 Harold... ' ... 6, 0 JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. : st. lb. st. lb. Ka...
TUMUT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
TUMUT RACES. Tlio following weights liavo boon declared for March 9 and 10 : — ' - ? TUMUT CUP.' ' | ; st. lb. - st.lb.i Society ? ? 8 12 Mora (lato , ; Swoethoart . ... 8 11 Despair) ... , 7; 0 Tho Scamp ' ..., 8 .8 Fishorboy - ... 7 ,6. Oddstockings... 8 8 Tommy ' ... 7 ' 0. Ailsa ' :.. ' -...'. 8 2 Veronica ... 612^ Crobping'£ Jano ' ' Glonvalo ' ..V''6'12! (latoL.; Godwin) '8 '0 Queen ;;. 1 ... 6 ^8® Examinorjj- ... . 8 . 0' Mormon G-i!7' Drurastiok:. ....; 7'12 -Croamy Jack'... G ;5'. Prndonco , r jv.. . 7 10 Swallow. ?[ * ... t6.-:0! t . ? TDJIUT TURF. CLUB HANDICAP. i; Socioty).. : , 9. 0 Mora (lato ; .7 Sweetfioart ... 8 13 Dospair) '.!. 7 2 Tho Scamp ... 8 10 Fialiorboy ... 7 . 2 Oddstockings... 8 10' Tommy ? ... 7 2' Alisa ... ... 8 4 Glonvalo ... 7' 0 Crcoping Jano Veronica ... '7- 0 (lato L.Godwin) 8 2 Quoon ... ... G 10 Examiner , ... 8 2 Mormon . ... 6 9 Fair Saxon ... 8 0 Hero's Luck ... 6 :7 Drumstick ... 8 0 Whalobone ... 6, ,4] Prudenco ... 7 12 TruoLovo ... 6.4 In...
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Tho following ontries havo boon reeoivod : — THE SYDNEY CUP, A cup valuo 100 gns., presented by Lady Car rington, and 1000 sots added. Two miles. Nelson, Oyrs.j Myall King, 4yrs.; Emorald, 3yrs.j Peerless, 5yrs.; Arsenal, 4yrs.; Tho Orphan, 5yrs.; Silver King, 5yrs.; Kitawa, 4yrs.; Burrilda, -lyrs.; Tooralo, 4yrs.; Riflo shot, 4yrs.: Honoydow, 5yrs.; Crossfiro, 3yrs.; Honeycomb, 4vrs.; Tho Wrock, 3yrs.; Tlio Folon, 4yrs.; Tho Jowol, 5yrs.; Stanloy, 5yrs.; Tho Qtioen, 3yrs.; Invormay, 3yrs.; Cardigan, ?lyrs.j Aga, 5yrs.: Fraud, Oyrs.; Folly, 5yrs.; iono, 5yr8.; Pinkio, 5yrs.; Sloth, aged; Tom Brown, Oyrs.; Volcano, 3yrs.; Trident, 3yrs.- lamarisk, 3yrs.; Hexham, 4yrs.; Frisco, 3yrs.; Willeroo, aged; T'otford, 5yrs.; Laneor, Gyrs.; Sorolla, -tyra. ; Abuse, 4yrs.; Rufus, Dunlop, Mozart, . Acolyto, 'Unoas, Sardius, RocalL Lord Wilton, Stornaway, Honoyoomb, Tho Lovito, Dagon, Blairgowrio, Gipsy's Warn ing, Griuse Darling, Cliesham, Phaon, Silver, mine, Ringmaster....
HAWKESBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
HAWKESBURY RACING CLUB. mo toiiowmg entries woro mado yester day HAWKESBURY HANDICAP. Cardigan, Honeycomb, Crossfire, Silver King, Goldlako, The Orphan, Bullion, Aga, Pinkio, Volcano, Plutarch. Willeroo, Iago, Kingsgrovo, Auray, Sorella, Tho .Wrock, Honoydow, Tooralo, Kitawa, Burrilda, PooroSH, Soldior's Wind, Zono, Sloth, Hox . ham, Tamarisk, Frisco, Faro, Lancer, Horat, Coroban, Invorinay, Coriso and Gold, Figtreo, Tho Jewel, Stanloy, Tho Queen, Ravens worth, Tom Brown, Fraud, Dagobort, Folly, Tho Felon, Invader, Stowaway, Rufus, Sar dins, Gipsy's Warning, Pluion, Dunlop, Unoas, The Lovito, Tho Nuu, Honoycomb, Chosliam. ROWLEY MILE. Cardigan, Honoycomb, Abnor, My Lord, Yellow Jacket, Maddelina, Honoydow, Too ralo, Goldlako, Burrilda, First Game, Poeress, Bullion, Astrcca, Soldior's Wind, Louinoah, Southorly Bustor, Zono, Lady Marian, Vic tory, Volcano, Hexham, Plutarch, Tamarisk, Frisco, Iago, Faro, Matador, Kingsgrovo, Major, Auray, Esperanco, Centaur, Invermay, Horat, Coriso and...
WRESTLING MATCH. CANNON v DINNIE, The Seven Styles Championship and £ 100. They Wrestle Until Sunday Morning. Three Falls Each and a Draw. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
WRESTLING MATCH. I CANNON ▼, DINNIE, The Seven Styles Championship and £XOO. They Wrestle Until Sunday Morning. Three Palls Each and a Draw. (by our special reporter). There was but a moderate attendance at tho Alexandra Theatre on Saturday night to witness the wrestling match be tween Cannon and Dinnie for tho seven style championship and .£100, aud during the evening there were not more than 300 people present. Tho match was, however, a remarkably fino one as the result will show, and both men wore on tne dead square tor a win. Christol, who was defeated in the Gru;co-Roman match by Connor, acted as judge for Cannon, and Phillips performed a like service for Dinnie. It was some time after 8 o'clock when the curtain went up, the audience having become very impatient, and as soon as the stage was revealed tho management had to submit to considerable hooting .on account of the delay. Professor Miller acted as introduc tory spokesman, and Mr. Vanegau was appointed timekeeper, Harry Du...
NAVAL AND MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
NAVAL AND MILITARY. The 1st Regiment-' Volunteer Infantry paraded at the 'Victoria Barracks on Saturday last under the command of Major Farrell, it being tho occasion of the annual inspection of the corps (head quarter companies) by the Major-General Commanding. The regiment paraded in drill order at 3 p.m., and after rolls wero called and companies told off and in spected by the ~ respective officers com manding, the battalion was-told off and wheeled into line. Open order was taken, and band placed in rear of the centre of the line, the whole being then in readiness to receive the Major-General, who arrived on the parade ground about 4 p.m., accompa nied by Major Mackenzie, A.A.G., and was received with a general Baluto. The regi ment was then put through various move ments in battalion drill by Major Farrell, after which Captain Bartlett (adjutant) took command, and tho manual and firing exercises were performed, and veiy well too. Captain Johnston was then given charge of the re...
NEW ZEALAND SPORT. Auckland, February 28. Malborongh Races. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
NEW ZEALAND SPORT. | (from our own correspondent). Auckland, February 28. MnThovoticrh. Races. At the Marlborough Races last week tho principal race, ' the Marlborough Cup of 200 sovs. (2 miles) was won by Mr. Tancred's Administrator with 9st. 51b. up. Orient won the Hurdlo Handicap, and Regina (7st 81b) tho Racing Club's Handicap. During the two days of the meeting -£3159 passed through the totalisator. A Racing Club Conference. It has been decided to hold a conference of tho principal racing club3 throughout the colony at Napier on March 16 to de cide the totalisator question and- prevent the working of the machine becoming a nuisance to tho racing public. The trouble arises principally through the anxiety of small racing clubs holding small meetings for the sole purpose and to the intent of replenishing their coffers. At one country meeting a race was run in heats, and as a natural consequence tlie club, through the totalisator, were paid splendidly. The Kennel Clnb. The Now Zeal...
QUEENSLAND SPOUTING The London Followars for the Referee.") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
QUEENSLAND SPORTING (ritOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ?m, a t.« tv»i itvorA-rfl of the Eeferec. When people up here heard that Lochiel had won, and Abner run second they clutched their Referees, and swore by tho noses of the pyramids of Egypt there never, no, never was such a paper seen before. Lochiel and Abner said the Ref., ditto,- ditto, says the wire. Blessings on tho head of that ere prophet. How will he tako it. Hot, with a slice ot lemon, or cold with a dash of ice. There was a lotof excitement over the Newmarket in Bris bane, and some of the totalisators did a big trade. It is surprising the amount of interest there is in tho southern races here, perhaps more than on the local events. Mr. O. B. Lowe. I hear from no less an authority than Mr. W. H. Kent, who ought to know, that Mr. C. B. Lowe of Sydney, who was offered the management of the Queensland Stud Farm was previously offered the management of tho stud farm of Mr. Haggin, of Frisco. This is ono of the most extensive and ...
EIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
? / RIFLE SHOOTING. i Tho following aro the corroot scores of th t Naval Brigado in tho match against th' N.A.V. The Booring is as good as over hi been dono in tho colony : — / Naval Bbioabb. I . 500yds. 600yds. Toll. A.B. Fenn ... - ? 82 ... 32 ( A.B. Douglass ... ... ... S3 ... 30 ... * A.B. E. Lane ? 26 ... 83 ... f) A.B. Goulding ... ? 27 ... 31 ... -8 P.O. D. Lane ... ... ' ... 27 ... 28 ... A.B, Nilson ? 81 ... 24 ...;55 A.B.Jaokson ... ... ... 20 ...,27 ..,'5 3. Instruotor Bickwood... 20 ... 22 J 48 A.B. Gibson ? Zi ... 21 -15 W.O. Palmer ? ... 20 ... 21 41 Total ... ... 272 - 26!) / 511
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
, V ; ' . Tailor.'' Sydney, January, 1887. To tho Pnlflle of New South Wales— IHAVH joBt rotnrned from a nlno months trin to tho old country. During my stay la England, I visited nearly all the boat Manu. factarinff districts In ordor to seonro torm* Ihisinos8 hero the Tory best quality of Goods and Latest Patterns that I could procaro. Without being cjotistical, I am certain that those gentlemen who will kindly favour mo with a riait, will readily admit that I can show the longest and moat bcantiful lot of Goods in Sydney. I have taken thoso Premises ia Kinn-biroot, lately Mcupied by Mr. G. M*Largn, and which are certainly second to no other Tailoriu(- Establishment in Australia. - Hojvlng that my old friends, and many new ones, will confer upon me the favour of a call* I am, 4c., FBED HAGON, 135, King-atreot. Lato Senior Partner of Hagon Bros. Trousers — over 250 Patt*- js — 159. to 25s. lier Pair ; guaranteed parfoet litrinj;. TVTEW GOODS, my own importing, - for tho JL1I Fashiou...
CRICKET NOTES Senior Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
[?] (By ' Not Oct.') I Senior Clnbs. Last Saturday saw thu reopening of a . ' summer of roses, ic.' for the members of the senior clubs, more especially those of tho Belridere nnd University Clnbs. ; Tho latter had at lust realised their much cherished desire to try conclusions with their doughty opponents, the 'Varsities. But, after all. what little timonowrenmins - .durinff which the Association Ground will 1)0 open for senior cricket of what avail will it be to those who are waiting their turn. I think under theso cir cumstances that tho arrangements affecting the allotment of dates, mado early in tho season by ballot, should be adhered to in preference to those effected later on, by which the club unbeaten re tains possession, especially na the last named wero agreed to, when thoro were plenty of open dates. They are now their own mastors, and I presumes (hat, this boing a fact, they ore entitled io please themselves. Unless something myster iously disastrous occur.-j, the prese...
SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SAILING AffD ROWING. I SAILING NOTES. [Bt 'Backstat.'1 At the Prince Alfred Yacht Club's last meeting it was decided to fix the first-class race for next Saturday week, the 19th inst. It is a pity this was not done sooner. If tho race had been made for last Satur day it would most likely have brought the two rivals, the Magic and Wnitangi, together ; as it is now, neither boat will Deuu its racing sails again, so the race will fall through. At the same meeting the acting secretary was instructed to write to yneht owners, asking them if they intended to compete in the Wollongong race, fixed for next Saturday. I have not heard of any more entries, except those already mentioned, viz., Electra, Sao, and Assegai. As it is only cruising canvas, I cannot see why many of our craft should not start, es pecially the Magic aud Waitangi. The three large boats would make a nice race, whilst the two 6-tonners could have a race to them selves, for it would be next to impossible to handicap the sm...
HE WAS NOT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
HE WAS NOT KILLED. Our. Melbourne correspondent says that a singular thing occurred at Mooneo Valley on Saturday. In tho Hurdle Eace Sultan nearly fell at one of the hurdles, through crossing his legs, but ho blundered round until passing tlie stand the first time. He again crossed liis legs whon on the flat, and canio down on his neck and shoulder. There he remained, gave a kick, aud all was overs tho jockey took.away the bridle, and regret was ex pressed at tlie death of Sultan. Back camo the field, thundering past tho winning post, amidst tho plaudits of the crowd, aud up rose Sultan liko a trick circus horse, or an Irish corpse at a wake, after which he caluily walked to the pad dock with the decorous bearing of nn undertaker's clerk. Evidently tlio liorse was stunned nnd frigliteue.1. A fight between a Durham bull, tlio property o£ Mr. E. Hefternan, and nn alderney, belonging to Mr. L. Mort, who met at the Moruva show, took place on Tuesday last, wfien the former killed his opp...
A PROMISING SCULLER- [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
A PROMISING SCULLER At Iron Cove, Sydney, last Saturday, a small regatta, attended by about 150 people in a stoamer, was held. Tho prin cipal item was for juniors in wager boats, which was won by a Dapto youth named Cote. Those who saw him row say that he performed in an astonishing manner, and will be ono of the best men in a few years iu the colonies.
BEACH 'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
BEACH'S BOAT. When Beach rowod in the Grand Innes Handicap on tho Thames he was provided with a handsome boat by Fred Hagon, of this city. Bubear in one of the heats smashed Beach's boat, and it apparently was ruined. Mr. Hagon brought tho boat to Sydney and exhibited it in Ilia window, but recently gave it to Mr. Donnelly, boat builder, to mend. Mr. Donnelly has boon very successful in putting the neat little craft together.
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. A NEST OF SINGING BIRDS. The Lenten Season at the Theatres. WHEN THE STARS ARE SHINING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. A NEST OF SINGING- BIRDS. The Xienten Season at the Theatres. 'When the Stabs are SniNiNa. MINNIE PALMER in MELBOURNE — THE TEMPEST — THE FORTY THIEVES — THE MUSICAL — MUSIC-HALL BUSINESS, &C., &C. — LEGITIMATE DRAMA AT THE ? STANDARD. Yon will perceive that my excellent friend and colleague, Solomon Sepin, Esq., A.R.A., has been hard at work making pretty drawings of tlie first batch of Mr. Simonsen's songbirds. 'Your column Bhall havo something worth looking at in it at last, old man,' he said, quite bois terously, for him, tliafc is, for Solomon is a mild man, and when he says anything so pointed as a personal reference lie always gets in a perspiration. ? # 4 You would have laughed to see Solomon on Saturday night slaving li-way in a determined attempt to catch tho varied expressions with which Signora Ciuti illustrated her impersonation of Leonora. Perhaps you did see liim. Did you notice a very mild young man in red hair, gieen spectacles, a ...
HANLAN AND GAUDAUR. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
HAN LAN AND GAUDAUB. A cablegraul frOlil London, bearing dale March 7, informs us that Hanlan and Gaudaur have been matched to row on May 30, for .£1000 and the championship of America. Although Teenier has beaten Hanlan, yet Gaudaur' has proved the former'3 victor, and by rowing him Hanlan hopes at one bound to again reach the championship of the land of Stars and Stripe3. It is said that after the match both Gaudaur and Hanlan will visit Australia. If Gaudaur proves the better man of the two, wnich is almost certain, it is difficult to see what good can be served by Hanlan again visiting us. If Hanlan cannot win this match he had better give up rowing and blowing and confine his attention to some lucrative business. If ho leaves immediately after the matoli in May ho will be able to be hero in August, but tho question is whether Beach will wait that long as the match with Hanlan was first made for June. It having been stated thaS Mr. Eoche, the backer of Gaudaur, would claim a for...