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The Junior Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

The Junior Cup. I The different junior cup matches played on Saturday afternoon were witnessed by numbers of spectators, and, in fact, more interest has not been taken in cup matches on the part of the public for somo time past. The match between tho Surry United and Orientals, for the Biley Cup, was advanced another stage, and, again, tlie ' black and yellow ' representatives have the lead. Tho Surrys, who got rid of their opponents in the first innings for 128 runs, had lost six wickets for 38 runs at the conclusion of the previous day's play. With Cottam and Hume still to bat, con fidence was not lost by their supporters, and, as events proved, this pair put a brighter aspect on affairs. The last men tioned played a really valuable innings for 81 runs, which, coming when greatly needed, was warmly welcomed. The two balls previous to the one which bowled this batsman wero sent to the fence on tlie leg side — one by Cottam being a splendid stroke. Tlie next ball clean bowled Irwin,...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNIVERSITY V. BELVIDERE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

UNIVERSITY V, BELVIDERE. This match, which has boon on tlio tapis for fiomo months, eventuated on Saturday last. Tho winner of this match, as por arrange ment oiTected by tho mutual oonsont of tlio difi'oront cluhs who aro eligible to play upon tho Association Ground, will be entitlod to play and hold possession of tho wiokets upon that ground until beaten. ' Tlio 'Varsities had been seriously handicappod of lato by tho ah sonoo of Jonos and Garrott, but as those players wore available for Saturday unusmn.1 intcrost was controd in tho match. Ino woathor was enough of itself to improve tno calibro of tho oriokot, and coa* a good numbor out of deo-- Novortholoss tho audienoo was vory sman re. 00-1 probably not over two hundred. ,111. R. Allen was suffering from a bad baok, and fielded with s/- much difficulty that Forris wont out as his substitute about 4 o'olock. Tho Universities woro thns minus tho services of ono of thoir bost bowlors, of whioh thoy had not too many at any timo. Th...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH ELEVEN V. VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

ENGLISH ELEVEN V. VICTOBX&- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESrONDKNT ) This match was started rather lato on Friday last, owing* to tho inability (or other wise) of Messrs. Blackham, Spoffortli, and Pahnor to play, while Trotfc, who won on tho ground, was prevented hy ilMioalth from taking any active part in the game. Tho Victorian* wore thus aadly handicappod, and could not definitely fix thoir team until twenty-live minutes after noon. Tho hnglishmen wore of course minus Barnes, for whom thoy substituted Woods, tho Molbourno C.C. professional, but in addition to this Gunn could not field, and at tho start of tho play Midwinter fillod his place. Aftor thoir recent sad experiences in Sydnoy, tho Englishmen wero moro than pleased to find the wickots perfect, but fate deorced that thoir opponents should havo tho first use of them. Midwinter was olected captain by tho Victorians, and started woll by winning tho toss from Shrewsbury. As tho wickets wore almost moro than porfect, tho Victoria...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SANGUNINE STOCK BUYER. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

the sanguine stock BUTE b. : From tho sunny slopes by Maitland, whoro tho clover blooms serono, Camo ono day into onr office a youth of noblo mion ; Ho strodo up to tlio ' tiokor with tho air of onewhokn?w, And hollered : ' Woll, by gosh, Silvor Star is 62.' Up gaily to tho broker thon he waltzes with Go buy for mo somo Silvor Star, it's going ' up, ' good lud !' ' Woll, wo got him into Silvor Star at market — OS— And our fresh young friond from Maitland, Now ho fuirly danoed with gleo. * « -* What visions of tho boautiful our friend from Maitland traood, Can hardly bo imagined as asmilo his features gracod : ' I'm going book to Maitland with a cool two thonsaad moro. And Maitland will bo painted as Maitland novor was bofore.' Alas how vain aro human hopes ! How uso loss for to strivo To koop ' tho market' up by forco when it's going to take ' a divo ;' Our sad young friond from Maitland, wo olosed out at 54— And Maitland will rotain tho shado it had in days of yore. Blacksmith (to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRULY MARVELLOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

TRULY MARVELLOUS. Cullinoa, N.S.W., Sept. 24, 18SG. — I have suffered more or less with kidney and jiver disease over 23 years, and feel it my bounden duty to God and man to testify to the value of Warner's Safe Cure and Warner's Safe Pills. My urine used to come from me six or eight times in the night, and same during the day, especially n cold ancl changeable weather. 1 could lot sleop for giddy head, foggy signs -efore my eyes, a feeling like ice running ilong the top of my head, great pain from ;he kidneys and on each side of my itomach, urine full ef tube casts. About ifteen months ago I became so bad I could lot void my urine, followed by severo ,-omiting, lasting from C to 2.1 hours. I iccame a mere skeleton. I had consulta ;ion and doctorod with three different pliy licians, which resulted in doing me good 'or a short time, and then the disease vould return worse than before. I then lent for the fourth doctor, and I feel I lannot do him justice in giving him too nuch praise,...

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HERO AND LET [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

HERO ANT? LeBHB Tho world has always lighted car to talcs of love^^^^^fl tion, and thus havo tho Hero and Lcandcr ever rounded with a halo of torcst and compassion. opposition their love encoui^^^^^H dangers which Lcander order to enjoy brief intcr«^^^^H the obiect of his nnHsior^^^^^H daunted courage of IIcro^H^^H tragic fate of her lover, nislied themes for the romancer, and the poet. Many garbled and, in particulars, incorrect versii^^^^^H tragedy of love having rounds of the newspapers, pclled to give the true these unfortunate lovers. Hero was a Greek niaid^^^^^^f Tipperary, who went Falls soon after landing Garden, where she met thr^^^^^H tribe of Indians doing hns^^^^^H ill the bead work and line, who immediately situation on account of hav^f^^^H her father in the old coiml^^^^HH 'She looked very cnchanf^^^^^^f costume of an Indian girl, little praoiico sho coul^^^^^H Niagara tourist in the eye him nine dollars and a twenty-five cent pair of without a blush through che brown ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

Al&jgRTISE A fimt anriiik' froju Kick O* UOfVQ C'r^irii. Nervous H.»daclio, ^0rvoU!mi.K^BlV .Viu Loss of A]-i-otito, If-'iualo Disorders. ^ n General Prostration, ImppveriKl-oa: ; nwi l'roiiiaturo DocUno, Lots of Vital Power. &c. . , }» . /iVtonio aim soothing effccts it at oncoremoTOS' lt/.mvhi' fur Alpohol. By ltBtiohuosa iu i»hos- K ' «,il other powwful ^tnhBins olmn-mU iu°

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BETWEEN DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

BETWEEN DRINKS. Dr. T. F. Goo, the new Bishop of Mel bourne, ia now oil tlie water, carriage paid, tto Melbourne. Bishop Barry is also on the heaving brine, getting away from the -colonics. For men may come and men may Goe, Ac. 'Bishop Barry wouldn't tarry with ns and lio wont 'Homeward stealing1, wo aro fooling ho was not contout, Now another roverontl nrotner comes, wo want to know , 'Bout this Goer coming o'er, if a stayor 8 Go°' * « * The Minister for 'Works said, in response to a Darlington deputation, that nothing could l-o done without mor.ey, not even hanging. Well, there is a little expense, certainly, attached to the suspension busi ness, hut if the Hon. l'or 'Works has any intention of shuffling off we will find him the necessary cord, and hang the expense. Her Last Request. .Don't bury mo whero golden wattlos bloom in early spring, , Near whoro tho babbling brooklot makes it s ceosoloss murmuring ; Don't plant mo whero fond lovers vows would wako mo from my dream, Nor in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

DEATH OF MR. W. STRICKLAND. For more than ? a week past, says the Port Donison Advertiser, Mr. W. Strick land had been confined to his house sufforing from a very severe cold, which appeared to have settled on his chest, but no immediate danger was apprehended by his medical attendant, Dr. Brown. On Thursday, however, a cliange for the worse set in nnd it became painfully evident that his hours on this earth would bo but few. At about 0 o'clock in the evening he sank quietly and without pain to his long rent. Many hero will miss William Strickland, for though, being human, ho was not faultless, he was ever ready to assist any and every good object, and none evor appealed to liim in vain. For more than twenty years he had been resident here, and during that tiuiehcex perieneed many of the ups and downs of colonial life. Racing was liis pet hobby, and when he was fortunate enough to secure Ben Bolt the luck changed, and he did well, very well with the horse. All is now over, and we sh...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. I Dimity's Dilemma is the name of a new piece soon to bo brought out at tho Gaiety 1 Theatre. ! * # # It is said that Mr. Augustus Harris lias undertaken to produce no fewer than eight provincial pantomimes next Christmas. The Court Theatre was reopened on Jan. 27 with a new farcical comedy by Mr. A. W. Pinero, entitled Sandy Did. # # * Mr. St. Maur's performance of James Ralston, in Jem the Penman, is very highly spoken of by the Brisbane Press. ? * it Mr. Arthur Law's drama, After Long Years, will be produced at the Criterion on Feb. 2, with Miss De Grey as tho heroine. * * » Mr. Levy, tho cornet player, and his wife, Mdme. Stella Levy, have arrived in London from America, to make a concert tour through Europe. ? * ? The Noble Vagabond is reported to be listinctly advancing in public favour at the Princess', London, and the advance ixioking is now increasing dailv. « # ° * Tho late Mr.. Tom Taylor's attractive play. Lady Clanearty, will be shortly re rived at...

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

WISE AND OTHERWISE. I Taken aback. — A boy playing leap-frog. An early settler — one who pays for his lodging beforo g°ing to bed. Thero is no place like home, especially if it's the home of your best girl. In old times parents brought children up, but now children bring parents down. A man's income should never be judged I by the number of dogs he is able to keep. A broken-down gentleman makes a very poor quality of loafer, and thero is hardly any purpose to which he can ho put. When an author is becoming alittle stale, he manages to getaparagrapli in the papers, stating what fabulous sums ho is milking with his pen. Full many a maid who fi- ints at signt of blood, And daro not kill a mouso, nor fnco a toad, Wears on lior hat — moro oloquont than words, Tho manglod forms of half a dozen birds. ' What has this man been up to ?' asked a New York police justice of an officer who made the arrest. ' He got religion at the meeting of tho Salvation Army. Ho called out at tlio top of his v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

£.mu8ementB. . ^ R O Y A tho Management of Messrs. . ^^^^?^??ON, GARNER and MUSGROVE, ? .. ... Laa ... ... Mr. Cf/.nmonco at 8. Carriages tit 10.' ^^^^^^^KLECTRIC SUCCESS STMONSEN'S. H^^HL ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY ^^^^^^^?NESDAT) kvening, MARCH I (To-morrow) Thursday, DE LAMMERMOOR. REBOTTARO as LUCIA ^^^^?^HiPPE SANTINELLI as EDQARI HMKl-0 CERNE ns ENRICO {^^^^?MpO.DE ALBA an RAIMANDO fiENUCCI as ARTURO. entiro Now Cast of Artistes, and. SATURDAY, IL In ^^^^^^^?derick devereux. ^^^^^^^?ADMISSION— SUBSCRIPTION ^^^^^^HHCLE : 00 admissions, traimfora' aiijr night during U weoks, £17 admissions, Halo for Subwr tickotn \\ (WEDNESDAY), Utli ADMISSION at DOORS : 7fl. Cd. ; Orob«fctrn Stalin, 4a. ; Family Circle, daily froiu lOo'clock till flat Pali Secnud Stalls, at Kantway** ^ tTITiru''. o u~s~ ^^^^^^^^^^^HTjOssocship and Mairouernont Maferoui and W T . Wilson. COOLEST iilKATRE in S now iu working nor/ thorougMy tho porfoc draught ♦ TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT hid:; and see and ^^^^^^^^^?rarcn, auth...

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LACROSSE, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

LACROSSE. | (By ' Canadian.,j) I On Saturday there was a good muster from the various teams to alleviate their stiff ness preparatory to the ' coming season. All clubs wore represented, and some good practice was indulged in ; several of the new players shaped in a style that argues well for their proficiency of play during the coming year. Nearly all tho clubs hold their annual meetings within the next tortmgnt, and it is to be hoped that instead of increasing their member ship with a list of willing players unable to get a gamo, attention will be turned to forming new clubs. The junior team, the Iroquois, have limited their playing mem bers to sixteen, and, at the present stage of the gamo at least, it would be of much more vutcrQsti to see an increase of cluba than a lengthening of the membership roll. With a littlo effort and assistance two now teams, if not more, could probably be brought into the field, and we trust tho meetings will not lo3e sight of this fact. The Balmain cl...

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SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

' SPORTING ECHOES. Bravo is all right again, , Pollio died in India recently. Potronel only realised 120 guineas. Hales has won six Australian Cups. Coonamble racc3 on May 21 and 25. East Sydney annual regatta April 2. Randwick racecourse looks beautiful. Minting has been put into work again. Tho Baron is 1G hands ljj inches high. Canterbury races come off on tho 19th. Next Carrington Handicap limit 20yds. Signor Sali performs at Foley's to-night. Sling has been placed in Fieldor's hands. General entries for Glen Innes due to morrow. Mr. W. Strickland, owner of Bon Bolt, is dead. Excellent running at Betany on Satur day. The entries for Liverpool races are very fair. V.A.T.C. meeting at Caulfield on Satur day. Sorella and Coroban have gone to Glen Innes. Tho Hastings J.C. can boast of Xlll to its credit. A race meeting will be held at Hyall on tho 17th. Hutchens undoubtedly the champion of the world. Arthur Earle takes two racing boats to Brisbane. The running track at Randwick has ...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REFEREE." [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

, (to the et»vr a*- *- referee.') , Sir,— -- ould y\x kindly insert the fol lowing. Tn; the^mich for the Metropolitan Cup on. Saturday \ protest was lodged by . thellvanhoe .Clubngainst tho Mansfield . ,^e--.-.Srind that during the . progress : of the s\ond innings of the | jformcrfcluV.- one bf \Q latter club bowlers ones. -v ltnout Know „ , ingwhat ?decision th manager of this cup ,yriircome'.to, we give\ ns our opinion that , 'rule 14 has been wil^]y broken, and he . jcan-.have'no option biito award the match V ^to' the lvanhoe team, t cl0 not think the . latter would care to clim a win on a point 'HkA'thisl and if. the n,! match' to,them— and I mnot see that he can dp ptherwiser-it isWte likely thoy will agree to .have the \iteh played over agiiin, and as tlie di!Tort\je 'was only one run we'think the Ivanhoewould be acting in a' truly sportsmanlike s^it by so doing. The protest is to be decid^this (Wednes day) night at Hanuan's^xford Hotel, when' it is likely both tean3win bo t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXPLANATIN. (TO THE EDITOR 0F THE "SYNEY RESFEE") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

. AN ESPLANATlisr. (TO THE EDITOR 01. THE ' STDNET tpcnrp.,,l Sir,— I see _ by the Times tin the pre vailing opinion b that I ove.hrew the Ivahhoes in thtir match aginst the Mansfields on Satirday last j thil beg to emphatically dem, and trust au will mi«rm tne memoes or our team \at I do not thank them fa- their ungent-nmnly action in charging ue with commi jnir an act totally opposed to my prineipi, 'and trust the following itplanation will iceive at their hands fair a.d impartial condera tion. The first runiut 'was due, I font, to my own foolishnea, but my idea hs t# score off the overthiw if it so resided ; the socond throw out (and not run ot ^ reported) was owing j the awkwardraT in which Young fieldd ; the ball, ai\ I was thus unablo to s-- the ball. It as also been circulated tht I sought adns. sion to the Mansfield ranks some thie weeks since ; this I als-beg to eontradic it being some five monts since my appL .cation was refused. Tin alone made m anxious for our team ;o de...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SIB, JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SYDNEY REFEREE:) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

CORRESPONDENCE. SIR JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP. (70 THE EDITOR OP THE 44 SYDNEY BEFEIIEK') Sir, — Knowing your love for fair play in all outdoor sports, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that during- the running of tlio Botany Handicap on Saturday nfternoon last I noticed a well known public man who has a book on j tlie handicap, and also a big gun running j in jus uireresu, witmn tne judge's en closure nil the time that the running took place. I would like to know whether you think that it is a fit place for a man that has such a large interest in the handicap to be stationed there ? My experience in the matter is that a judge has got quite enough to look after without having an 'nt-erested party to interfere with him. ?or instance, look at the case of the race lorse Abner in IVlelbourne last week ; and need not go further than Botany last Siturday afternoon. Hoping you will fitl room for this in your excellent paper an\ oblige, — lam, FAIR PLAY. lalmain, March 7. [t do no...

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PYRIONT IVANHOES V. MANSFIELD (TO THE EDITOR of the "Sydney Referee") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

FYRtONT IVAKTHOES V. BIANS \ FIELD. (to TH\ EDITOR OF THE ' SYDNEY REFEREE.1') I SuVtt- eeing in the Sunday Times that | a protes^ lias been, entered by the Pyr- j mpnt Iv.nhoes against the Mansfields oh the -ground that Mr. Callaway, one of trT bowlers, changed ends three times, I Vsh to say a few words on the matter, ^hen Mr. Callaway went on to bowl the tlVd time why did not the um pires stop hn ? It was a point to be de cided solely y the umpire at the time and not to be inae an excuse to enter a protest after the Ma^fields had won tho match. Again, a rule f the cup contest says that a protest must \ entered before the matoh is finished, \vher\s, this protest was not en tered till 9 o c-;k on Saturday night. — I am, &c.v.:: . \ E.BENNETT. . mv-&7318$ i: ;

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HUTCHENS V. SAMUELS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

HUTCHENS v. SAMUELS. When it was first made known that Hutchens and Samuels were to run a third time the public were of various opinions as to whether tho affair would be a repeti tion of the two former matches or if Hutchens would this time put his best foot forward, and run with-the lightning speed that has characterised his sprinting in England. The public had no confidence in the match, and did not attend in any great numbers, and perhaps there were no more than 2500 people present on Wednesday evening at U o'clock, when the men stepped on the well-rolled cinder tracks of the excellent Carrington Grounds. In tho betting . Hutchens was this time favourite, and the books asked 3 to 1 on and layed 2 to 1 against the Queens land aboriginal. When Samuels took a preliminary down the track he was well received, but when Hutchens came out the cry of ' Let us see what you can do to-day, Harry,' was heard from many. Harry soon obeyed their rude commands, for he never left the race in doub...

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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887

- BOWLINC An .intor-club raatch betvion Globe and Union .Recreation Clubs too1 placo at tho City /Club's Groon, Cook l'ai, on Saturday, resulting in a win for tho foior olub by 31 pointa- :: . ? No. 1 Kink: _ \ Globb. ? Uniottecrcation. Ti, Stephen, ') Mr. Coler, * 1?\ Bucklo, . Cqq ' »- Ajjrson, r10 K.Muir, i, WiW f18 H. Muopberaoii. capt.^ ,. .ITrtip, ) ? . Ko.2Eikk. ? ; \ . Glebe*. . i /: . ,Uuion%creatiou. P. Lniiirlev, , .,Y» J. C. 8ml. ^ R. Mercci, {23 U Bryant, ' ' '? C I J. Dickinson, capt.' J J. M. ioty, cnpt.^J No.SEink. 1 . . Gl-jb.1. . ? j . Union Roation, G.Hobsou, . .Mr.Prossl ? -n A.Messell,. . Con .. ToOmJ I G. Humphreys, W. V. Ingl! t-2 J. 'Walluco, )? Mr. Rolin.U ) .1 No. 4E1XK, \ ? Glebo. U-niou Ee4tion, A.Morris, - ^ Mr.l'ewtm ^ J. Worth, (s. „ Cowdry, / E. C. Foi't-escuc, { ., Thorn]® ( J,i M. J. Gonlon, «\i-t, .) H. T. Bir.1, c. ) Gltbo, Total, li:j ; Union Rocroatiou, tal. 82. A vow lTiterpstiliir. though rerKivnlv natural description of a night pasj in a Khoo...

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