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ATHLETICS. THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
ATHLETICS. I THE CHAMPION or THE WORLD. Harry Hutchens has long been styled by the English Press, not on account of any one particular performance, but by virtue of a succession of unprecedented records, the champion sprint runner of the world. If ever a man was entitled to be named the world's champion, it is Hutchens, for 1 u may ue Baiu inriL ne eclipses everything previously known in the sprinting world. I do not think there is anybody who has seen him beat either Malone or Samuels but will say Hutchens can give any man in the world three yards start. I think to day in Australia that, irrespective of ths Putney flyer, we have the fastest runners in the world, and that Hutchens can with safety give any of thom the start I have named. It is to bo regretted that Hutchens was indnced to show such miserable form in his two previous races with Samuels, and it is much to bo deplored that tho hero of the public in any branch of sport should play in a ' fast and loose' manner with his re...
AQUATICS. SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. Asteroid jwins the Mayer 's Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
? ? AQUATICS. I 8YDNHT AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. Asteroid wins the Mayor's Cut). (By ' Backstay,') dav pi rax°ieH WOro milc(] on Satur ub T , '' '''paaspices of tho above ' ] c 'l^ V'ft' a' that could bo desired ZirTi'n N.E. and mode ratelj light Tlio tide was high at 3.5!) p.in of'Cflnmir0„ l° nl-1 hn(1 abont llr' C(l'ftl ' (:bb ^ contend aiminst. Last 4, t Priest was entered by tho owner of the Lotus against tho Asteroid for a f'nl at m Snin'n11- before tho com mittco on 1 hursday nipht, a great doal of ovi doneo was taken on both sides, and after duo T T wa!) '^missed. As the °'«h hoat had scoured a win and it «?? TiS 8tntc-i t,iat eno boat bad to win im.rVn was over the same i,l T S(atnrciayi J11'1 tlio three boats, 1 T' T(1 '/? s- Po.vcn entered and were placed at scratch. 3 t- m sent ofT m°tlthe ^fi,toroW a,'l Poyen were sent off, tho Lotus not putt hit- in ?hn lfrarftpC' A8'0?0'1 waa fi«t across the line. Poycn having stern way on lost san° T! (I™ S1''1 f0lt 'J10 mint of 1'cr top...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Medical. To Weak Nervous Invalids, and Others Seeking Health, Strength, and Energy. DR. RICHARDS, }M:«:c°l.?'KnK. Desires to inform sufferers of both sexes that he has permanently established himself in Sydney, and may in future bo consulted at his rooms, No. 7, Spring-street, free of charge, by sufferers of both sexes from Nervous and Physical Debility, Ex hausted Vitality, Prematura D«cay, Paina iu tut Back, Head, or Chest, Ac., &c. I Cure Ercrv Case Undertaken. WHEN I SAY CURE, I do not mean merely to stop them for a timo and then havo them return again— I mean ararlical cure. I have made nervous and private diseases a lifelong study, aud can safely warrant a cure in over'^' undertaken after a personal consultation. Many persons, trom tho effects of youtlinu uu prudence, havo broughtabout a state of weakness that has reduced the general system so much as to induce almost every othor disease, and tho real cause of this disease scarcely ever being suspected, : thoy have bee...
£ 15 HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
1 .! '' A smainiaridic'ap' of -215^ viia :.'rrin before the time for itlie. iSaniuels-Hutbhens race on ^edn.esday. last.; It is iinnecessary. to.. ? say ningi'/and'' great numbers of the ; sprinters' for six months for jouj riinning. J.l' f v.- ^second. bound... . ..... ; 3;l j Firsfc^Hcat.— Cant, 20.vds., 1. Hoelscher and. Brower lils'o started..' Time, l-lsoe^ ' '? Second Heat.— Collins, 18yds. ,1. Pritoliird: and Thorpe- wero 'the' other starters. Time',' , 141-5soc. ...... ' ; ' , Third Heat. — Clomeht3, .12}yds., 1. Chaffe and Lazarus. compoted. Timo, .12 2-5soc. Fourth Heat. — Dooley, 19}yds., lv ' Malone and Creek wero tho other starters'; 7 Timo;-;14^ ' 8-lOseo. .. f , r': .-uif vii JJfli « Final. ?: T. Collins, 18yds. - ...'j-l-.ijir ? T. Cant, 29yds.. . '2. 'I J. Dooley, lOJyds. ...' 3 Billy Clements, 12!yd3. :-,.., 4 Collins soon caught Ciirit who went,all: to pieces, and won easily by 2yds./ Dooley was close up aud ran well. Timo, 14sec.
SIR JOSEPH BANKS HANDICAP. First Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
SIR JOSEPH BANKS GRAND HANDICAP. First Day. l-! The running for tho opening day of the Tenth Handicap was on Saturday attended by about 2500 people. These handicaps havo now become a regular institution among the - sporting public of New South . Wales, and a deal of betting and enthusiasm is always infused into tho affairs'. ; A great number of bookmakers wero present on Saturday, and did a very good trade, but as their prices woro astonishingly short, it is safe to say that thoy had a nice balance on tho ri^ht side. Tho times given for the lieats wero remark ably fast, but as there was no wind against the men, and the tri^ek in better condition than ever, tho sprinters had everything in their favour. No event during the day was douo quicker thnn the first heat won by Moloney, of Victoria, in 13isee. Malaohi, of Bathurst, an aboriginal of very light but neat make, won his heat in a very easy manner. Ellem was believed to be a 41 good tiling' for the final, and was well sup ported in...
METROPOLITAN CUP AND . MEDALS. Pyrmont Ivanhoe v. Mansfleld [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
METROPOLITAN CUP AND . SIEBAIiS: Fyrzatmt Ivanhoe v. Mansfield. ] This match, was resumed on tho Cup wiokot, in tho presence of botwoon two and throo thousand poople, and rosulted in a win for tho latter club, after ono of tho most exciting gamos that has boon played for theso trophies, by ono run. Tho Mansfield with throo wiokots down for 21 runs in tho second innings, tho not out batsmen Bonnott and Baldook took thoir nlacea at tho winkofcs. to tho bowling of Bucklo and Nowoll, and after 11 runs moro had been scored Baldock waa bowlod by Buoklo, tho romaining bats men not giving much trouble to tho scorers. Tho innings closod for 00 runs, Bennett 14, and Ingham 12, playing well for thoir runs. With 100 runs required to win, tho Ivanhoos started their sccoud inuingsj tho first four wickots falling for 3 runs, viz. : Pick, Bucklo, Carroll, and Roberts. 'Of tho last mentioned player, wo must cortainly comment upon his play in this matoh, ho boing run out in bothinnings. Whether ho pl...
RILEY CUP. Oriental v. Surry United. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
MXEY CUP. Oriental v. Surry United. This matoh wasresumod on tho Agricultural 3round on Saturday last, tho attendance of ipootatora boing muoh larger than at any provious contest this aoason. * Tho Surrys, who lost six wiokots for 88 runs, increased fcho total to 92 boforo thoy woro all get rid of. Cottam and Humo woro tho ohiof contributors, find o*ch playod vory woll. M Graw was tho ? most offoctivo bowlor during Saturday 8 play, and oapturod four wickcta for 21 rans; Frasor took fivo for 27, and Sid Gregory took ono for 12. Tho Surrys on tho first innings boing 30 to tho good, wont in for^ their second innings, and snccooded in making a roallv fine stand, tho scoro boing 152 for tho loss of fivo wickets, when stumps woro drawn. Towards this total Merrriok contributed 41 by roallv grand criokot. Donnan and Meaghor, who 'arc both not ouf with 41 to thoir names, played in grand stylo. Tho firat-namod soomed nathor rash at tlio conimonoomont, but sottling down, ho gavo a fino display...
Carthona v. Ryde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Carthona v. Hyde* 1 These clubs started' thoir Cup match out ? Saturday aftornoon' on- tlio Agricultural Ground. Tho provincial^ toam woro tho first s to bat, and fiuccoodod in totalling 136. A. Short and G. Spurway woro tho largest con--,-, tributors to this total, and' oach obtainod their . run# by vory froo hitting.- Tho ^Carthonas i woro without tho sorvioos of Whiting, who : at present is out of town, and his bowling was j sovoroly missed. Tho Rydcs, whilst thoy woro j in, scored fast, and big hitting was tho order ; of tlio- day. Tho Carthonas, who sent tho ; 'tail end' in first, lost fivo wiokots for4j7 J runs, but as Robinson, AitJkon, and Whiting aro yet to bat, thoy should top their oppo nents' scoro. Scores Rydh. — First iuuings. , G. Palmer, o Kolly, b Black ? 9 W. Hibble, b Blaok ? 11 W. Short, c Robinson, b Toby ? 13 J. Spurway, b Toby ? ...' 0, Farnell, bTobj ... ? ? ? 0 A. Short, c ^larde, b Toby ? ... 29 ? Wales, b Toby ? ... 10,i, G. Spurway, c Melly, b Toby ... .,...
COHEN CUP. Wm, Wentworth. v. Camperdown. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
COHEN CUP. Wm. Wentworth. v. Camperdown. These olubs started thoir matoh for tho Cup i on Saturday. Tho Wm. Wentworta saado 23 J in thoir first innings, whilst tho Campordown j lost seven wiokots for 53 runs. Cruickshank and Morgan battod bost for tho lattor, whilst no ono got doublo figures for thoir opponents. ! Tho match for tho above Cup botwoon tho Riolimonds and Glenmorcs was resumed on Saturday afternoon, on tho Cup wiokot, Mooro Park. Tho Richmond*, who had four wickots down for 72 runs on Saturday last, continued thoir innings, tho remaining bats men only contributing 33 runs, tho total of the innings boing 105. Towards this Enright mado 39, CuThano 23, and Doylo 16. Iho Glenmoros thou wont in for thoir socond in nings, and at tho call of timo had mado 108 for tko lose of nino wickots, Yates 53, Brown 14* and Hallott 11 bein^ tho prinoipal soorors. Tho fielding of tho Richmonds was again of a most indifferont character, several catches boing missed, whilo tho wicket-keoping...
GARDINER CUP. S. Hoffnung and co., v. A. M 'Arthur and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
GA RDIMTEK. CUP.. ' S. HofEnung aud Co. v. A. M' Arthur j and C- This match for tho abovo oup took place on Saturday last on tho Agricultural Ground. W. Aldorson captained A. M'A. and Co., and won tho toss from E. Woodhill, who cap tainod tho former. Tho brothers Aldorson took possession of tho oreasos, and kopt thero until 23 runs wero Rcorod, tlio last wioket fallinir for 58 runs. W. Aldorson tilaved crood criokot for 29, and A. Aldorson 11 , woro tho only doublo figurescorora. Patrick andRosseocurod four wickots oaoh. Patrick and Miller then opened tho innings for tho former, and whenl9 runs woro shown on tho board tho latter was run out. Ross and Patrick now be camo partnors, and put 102 runs up bofore' tho lattor waa caught for 23. Patriok played ' a grand innings for 82, and Abrams 10 runs. Whon timo was called tho gamo stood eight wickets for 131 run«. Tiie Junee v. Wagoa Waqga.— A friendly match botwoen tlioso clubs took placo on Saturday last, and rosulted in a rather easy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
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THE GUN. AUSTRALIAN CUP HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
THE GUN. AUSTRALIAN CUP HANDICAP. Tlio annual Australian Cup 'Handicap was shot. for. on 'Wednesday last under the auspices of tho Molbourno Gun Club. Thore was a largo attondanco, and tho day was m ovory way favourable for good shootm?. though tho birds wora an exceptionally strone lot. Thero woro 51 ontries originally, but on account- of various causes tho number ot shootors droppod down to 32. Tho number of birds was nino. Not ono suocoedod in killing tho wholo nino birds, and eventually there woro eight tios with a miss each. Mr. Skiiinor, tho olub caterer, supplied luncheon as usual. Tho following aro tho scores of all tho sliootors who havo sovon kills W. Saycr, 31yds ? ? 111101111-9 H, M. Faithfull, 3Iyda ? .. 011111111-* ?W. Lloyd, 31yds ? 101111111—^ J. A. M'Crao, 29yds ? 111111011-8 W. .Dairy tuple, 28yds. ? i 1UU10U-S J. Ellis, 28yds ? ? ... ... 111111110— S J. S. Holland, 25yds ? ... 111111101-^ W. Pitt, 25yds ? ? 101111111-* J. Hamilton, 3lyds. ... ... 101UU10-7 ?O. Dal...
MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
BIEMOTTBNE &VN CZVB. At tho regular wookly shooting on Frida- last a valuahlo silver mounted lady's dressing case was competed for, with a 3 sov*. optional. swoopatako. As many as 21 entered, and tho prizo eventually foil t« Mr. H. 31. Woodhouso, of Sydnoy, who killed 10 birds to Messrs. M'Crao and Dalryinplo'a nino.
N.S.W, GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Iff.S.W, GUN CLUB. Tito fourth competition, for tho Spring Cuj- for second-class shooters took placo on Sut.u day last, the previous -winnors boing Mes P. Glonister, A. Bayly, and C. C. Skurratt. Tlio birds flow well, and at tho end ot tin lunth round Mr. Cedar* (25) having account, j for all his birds, sooured a log in. App^nd^a aro tho scores of tlioso who did not votire ; - SPRING CU1'. For second-class shooters, to bo won fcw'itt, .£1 optinal swoop, 2a. Gd. ontratioo. Cedar' 25yds. (Scott) ? llllHj;} Glenmoro*, 21yds. (Powell) ... lllll^ljj A. Bcnuett, 23yds. (Bland) ... 01111U11 ?Assumed names.
AMONG THE BOXERS. FOLEY 'S GYMNASIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
'? ? ' ' ? ? AMONG THE BOXERS. I (By ' Boxek-Majoe.') fel FOLEY'S GYMNASIUM. jS'-l Tho popularity of Foley's Gymnasium i(i?4oes not in the least seem to be on tho jllvanc. Every performance produces quite is large an audience as its predecessor, and ?enthusiasm and excitement is given vent ,to in an equally robust manner. Foley i Vdeserves credit for the way ho keeps tho .. game going and the order he maintains. There is nothing low, brutal, or disgusting - as some who do not frequent the hall | would imagine. Quite the contrary, every thing is orderly, respectable, 1 and enter : ' taining. Here and there a good .1. ^'.scrapping ' match is to be witnessed, but j 'nobody interferes, nor do thoy appear j anxious to do so. Perhaps tho reason of : j .this is owing to the highly respectable ! j ' people who witness the bouts, aud being 1 ; truly British, believe in fair play: There y is no ring rushing, or larrikinism i order is | tho rule. Such being the case, it is only natural that th...
A NEW CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
A NEW CLUB. Somo of tho superintendents, inspector-, and others^ employed on tho rail and tranw-0 aro about to inaugurate a now club, to u called 'Tho Railway and- Tramway uul Club/' and worked upon similfti' lines to tll° Botany quo.
THE MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE. This Day. Skinning the Lamb. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
=7rfllE^ATBT~ MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (BT WIRE — FROM OUR OWJt CORRESPONDENT.) *?????? Mklbournk, This Day. ?' ' ' Skinning the Lamb. !. Owing to the repeated successes of the bookmakers, and especially that at Caul field'on Saturday, the betting market is paralysed. Nothing is doing on the Syd ney Cup or the Hawkesbury Handicap, as in previous years. It is stated that the ring cleared .£20,000 on Saturday, and even the bookmakers admit that it would have been better for themselves had the day been less disastrous to the public.
Very Queer Tip. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
'.'.'.' Very Queer Tip. 'Vigilant,' in the Sportsman, who tipped Maxim for the next V.K.C. Derby, the horse not having been nominated, apologises and explains his mistake. It ?was due to the foot that he last week had an attack of blight and had to dictate his articles. This is a new name for it.
BOWLING. Rosehill v. Glebe. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
BOWLING. Rosebill v. Glebe. This match was playoil in throo rinka, on tho City Green, for tho President's trophy, and was won by tho latter. Tho Beoros aro as follow : — No. 2 Kink. BoBohill. Globe. W. Gazyard ') J. Wirth V E.Hilton ? f ,, E.Bryant Cot S.WIckham fi5 H.Vaughn 1° S. Walker (capt.) J M. J. Conlon -capt) J No. 3 Rink. Eosehill. Globe. C. Eoid '1 E. Mercer . ') J.Hur«t too C.E.Fortoscue (^ E. Ellison (M J. Wallace o J. DuuBhca (capt.) J J. Dickinson (capt.) J No. 4 Eink. Eosohill. Glebe. J. Hort -) E. Muir ') W. Libson (12 G. Humphreys (M W. Tunks f' H. M'I'horson (capt) C** Burgess (capt.) ) J Eosehill, total 55 ; Globe, total SI.- .. City v. Balmain. Tho last of a series of matehos arranged by tho Now South Wales Bowling Association, for tho Prcsidont's Tropliy, was played on Saturday, on Ololre Grcon, botweeu tho City and Balmain Clubs, anil after a very enjoyablo and exciting gumo of two hours and n half the game resulted iu a win for tho City Clubby one print. The C...
FOOTBALL. THE FIRST MEETING OF THE SEASON. The Gordons to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
FOOTBALL. , THBPTEST BIKETIHG OP THE SEASON. The Oorfloas to th» Proat. (Bt 'WoGas.') The Gordon Football Club held its first annual meeting at Milthorpe's Hotel on Monday evening last. Despite the heavy rain there was a good muster of members, aad the u=ual business items were atten tively considered ' in silence.' The chair was occup:ed by Mr. John O'Donnell (captain of the team). Fully thirty mom bra were present. Mr. Churchwood pro D08C(i.n.nd ATY. T^vnra anp/Mi/lftri 4-V.rt nA~~ll~~ which was unanimously carried. Although, there wero mnny items calculated to elicit the bear ty applause and comments of those assembled, still silence lei^ned supreme. Thi3 may bo a very desirable course to pursue under ordin.aiy circumstances, but under such an exceptionally luminouB recoid their silence was somewhat strange. The Hon. Secretary (Mr. R. A. Warren) submitted the committee's first annual repoi ., which wns as follows : — Your con-nvttro, in presenting this, its nrBt annual ropori,, h...