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Flemington Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Flemington Training Notes. Brown rode Nelson a good 2-mile gallop on the outer track. The New Zealander went freely enough, but walked - a trine stiffly. Afterwards Dancing Master and Romanoff did a good mile, and should supply a winner at Cranbourne on Satur pay. Hogmanay went a mile and a half at hia best speed, while All Gold and New Fashion did steady work. Mitrailleuse did serviceable work, and Dufferin went strongly. xuugn-lL-.Diluiigu uuiu uipsy b »vjirinng easily enough in a twelve furlongs gallop. Menotti went at three-quarter pace, Approbation and Vascosa finished twelve furlongs together. Lara did not finish well. Coffey's and Glosscock's strings did slow ?work. Sirocco went slowly on the tan, alsoJJHarvester, Sumatra, and Bedouin did easy work. Lord Wilton, The Levite, Hortense, St. Leonards had steady exercise, the two first looking remarkably well. Not much was done each morning in regard to steady exercise. BeeBwing has gone to Albury.
Latest Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Latest Betting. .Betting on coming events is very emu. For the Sydney Cup, Nelson was backed for .£3000 down to (j to 1, and 10 to 1 is offered bar the son of King Colo. For doubles, Hawkesbury Handicap and Sydney Cup, the Levite, Phaon, aniCross fire,coupled withNelson and Trident, Phaon, The Levite and Crossfire preferred for the Hawkesbury Handicap, and Nelson for the Sydney Cup, it being; regarded as pretty certain the New Zealander will not be caught napping by Trident this time.
Latent Scratching. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Latent Scratching-s. Elsternwick Park March Meeting : — Shareholders' Cup. — Nnme, The Nun, Ringmaster, Approbation, Lesbia, Phaon, Gipsy's Warning, Black Diamond. Shamrock Handicap. — Straight Shot, Mia ilia, Violet, Approbation, Phaon, Kohai, Chicatro. Steeplechaso. — Clianthus, Roulette, jUarmion, Promotion. Hurdle Race. — Ellerslie. Selling Race. — Faugh-a-Ballagh. Elstornwick Trot. — Eaglehawk, Jenny Lind, Alima.
The Lord - loving Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
The Lord-loving Magistrates. The following is the constitution of the District Court bench, which adjudicated in the Sutton v. Deerhurst case. Mr. Pnnton ..occupied the chair. The Hon. W. M'Cul loch, Messrs. Walsh, M'Donald, Zevenboora, Mars Buckley. Marks, Garton, Sydney Smith, Wallstab, Kappiport, Pilley, and Murphy. The Earl of Dudley had men who do not usually put in an appearance at the District Court were the Hon. IVm. M'Culloch and Messrs. Sydney Smith and Mars Buckley. These gentle men voted for punishing the bookmaker and lettinsr the lord go free.
In and Out Running. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
? In and Out Running. ?Great dissatisfaction is expressed at the singular manipulation of Lord Wilton which has recently taken place. Ellis Rtatcs backers do not pay for the horses keep, and he races for himself. Vigilant has a warm article on the subject, which concludes with, ' In future it may be good business to back 3Ir. Ellis' horses whenever they start ; if they don't try the stewards may just want to know what was wrong.' A note is also made thnt Lord Wilton was scractched for the St. Kilda Cup last Saturday, which he could have won.
NEW ZEALAND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
NEW ZEALAND March. 15, 16, and 17— Hawko's Bay Jockey Ulube Autumn Meeting. 17— Waimato Races. 17— Mastorton-Opaki Jockoy Club's Autumn Mooting. 17— Hcathcoto Autnmn. 17 — Waikouaiti Annual. 17, 18— Groymouth Jookoy Club's Autnmn Meeting 22— Hurunui Races. 23 — Dunodin Annivorsary. 23, 24— Oamaru Autumn. 23, 24— Nolnon Jockoy Club's Autnmn Meeting. 24— Ellosmero Jockoy Club's Annual Mooting. 25, 26— Itofton Jookoy Club's Autumn Mooting. 31 and April 1.— Tanranaki Jookoy Club's Annivorsary Mooting. ArniL. 1— North Canterbury Jockoy Club s Autnmn Mooting. 11— Town and Suburban (H.B.) Racing Club's Autumn Mooting. 11, 12— Canterbury Autumn. 11, 12— Auckland Autnmn. 21, 22— ABhburton Racing Clnb's Autumn Mooting. May. 10 — Egmont Racing Club's Stooplochasoa. 24— Potano Wintor. 24, 25— Dnnedin Wintor. June. i — Auckland StooplechaHO. 18— Town and Suburban (H.B.) Racing Club'R Midwinter Mooting. 23 — Hawko's Bay Steoploohaso.
YACHTING AND ROWING. Sailing. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
YACHTING AND KOWING. Balling. March. 19—20 to 21ft. opon boats, Elgin Watch Co.'s trophy, S.A.S.club. Committoo's prizo, S.A.C.D. Club. 26— Commutes prizo. S.A.C.D Clnb. 26 — 14ft. dingios, canvas or wood. 20 to 22ft. half-deck boats, handicapped, B.S.C. April. 2 — Consolation Raco, S.A.C.D. Club. 9 — Hurry Sourry for half-deoked boats ; S.A.S Club. J. J. Riohardson'a prize. 16— Evolutions, B.S. Clnb. 23 — Hurry Scurry Raco for opon boats. S. A. Sailing Club. 30— ETolutions, S.A.S. Club. Rowing1. March. IS! — Moroantilo .Rowing Club Soulliog Eaoo, handicap. 19 — Balmain Rowing Club Annual Regatta. April. 21, 23 — Mr. H. Davis' Handicapped Outriggor Raco, Champion course ; prizoB, JB100, .£30, £15, and £5. . May. 24 — Intercolonial Eight-oar Raco, Parramatta Rivor. June. — -Lake Ulawarra Handicappbd Outriggor Raco.
ATHLETICS. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
ATHLETICS. March. 10, 17— Junoo Junction Shoffiold of .£50, JE2Q, J!10, andi!5. — Entrios, March 1 ; handi caps, March 8 ; acceptances, Maroh 15. 17— Boliva Athlotic Sports. 17— Dooloy v. Slavin, Foloy'B Hall. 17 — Cootamundra Shoffiold of .£50.— Nomina- tions, March 4 ; handicaps, March 9 ; accoptancos, March 14. 17— H.A.C.B. Society's Snorts, Agricultural 17— St. Nicholas Branch A.H.C. Guild, Ponrith, Handicap of £30. — Nomino- * tions, Maroh 9 j aocoptancos, March 15. 17— Narandora Annual Hospital Foto. — Slioffiold of jE50. Show Ground, Goulbnrn. 17 — Molbourno St. Patrick's Demonstration. Handicap £50. Entrios Maroh 9. 18 — Donnolly and Boggs, Maitland, for .£40. 19— Rydo Handicap, £40 and trophy, for amateurs 19. 21, 26 — Carrington Athletic Ground Sheffield of £lbO. — JNominations, Marc 5 ; handicaps and aocoptancos, March 14. 26— Georgo and Myors for .£400 and Middlo Distanco Championship. April. 2— Burwood Handicap (.£20). — Entry, March 21 ; handicaps, March 23 ; accoptanc...
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
SJPpkriNG HXTURES. - ? THE TUBS. BACES TO COMB NEW SOUTH WALES. [Wo would be thankful If Secretaries of Raeo Clnbs would forward tho Dates of their forthcoming Meetings, togotbcrwitU tho Dates of Nomlna tions, Weights, and Acceptance*.} ' -March. 16, 17— Molon& J.C. 16, 17— Albury Mooting.— Entries for Albury 16, 17— Glen Innes. Cop, kc, Fobrnary 1G-, wci(rht«. Fob rnary 28 ; acceptances, March 9 ; gono ral entrios, March 15. 17— Kildaro R.C. Blaektown.— Entries, March 9. 17— Cobnrgo Jookoy Club. 17— Lotfpran BacoB (Mr. D. O'Brion'B). 17 — Yantara Racoa. 17 — Mnrtnn Point Mflfttinir. ?17 — Gnndaroo Annual Races.— Entries, Maroh 16. 17, 18— Gnndapai Meotini? ; entries, Fobrnary 18 ; weights, Fobruary 25 ; accep tances, March 11. 17, 18— Grcenfell Jockey Clnb Mooting. 19— Colloctor Eooos. .19 — Canterbury Park. 23— Corowa R.C. Annual Champajjno. — 'Sam- inationn, March 10 ; gcnoral entries and iiocoptances, March 15. 23, 2-1— Mndceo TattRrrniU's and Cndgogang Handicaps. — Nomi...
MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS. Monday Evening. The V.A.T.C. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
MELBOURNE SPORTEfG NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN COMIESVONDEXT.) Monday Evening. The V.A.T.C. The annual March meetingof theV.A.T.C. was this year a greater success than pre viously. Tho weather was fine, the at tendance largo, and the racing good. Tho judging might, however, bo much, better. In the Steeplechase, for instance, the official distance t'iven was three lengths whereas it was about fourteen. A judge who cannot distinguish between three and fourteen lengths could scarcely be relied upon to give a correct decision in a close finish. In the matter of judging, both the V.R.C. aud V.A.T.C. are under a cloud at present, and the sooner some stops are taken to restore public confidence in judges' decision, the better for the reputa tion of both clubs. An Officious Individual . There is a gentleman of the world-wide name of Smith, who has money but cannot claim aristocratic descent, who has taken into his obese noddle that hia work is to hector the - press at every turn. Ho commenced at th...
QUEENSLAND APEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
QUEENSLAND April. 4, 5 — Warwiok Turf Club. — Nominations for handicaps closo April 14 ; Accoptancos, April 30 ; general ontry, April 30. 9, 11— Brisbane Tattorsall'B Club Autumn. 11 — Southport Annual. — Entries, Maroh 5 ; ?weights, March 16. 11 — Cooper's Plains J.C. 11 — Bundaberg. — Aocoptoneos, Maroh 24. 11 — Maryborough Jookey# Club. — Addod money, JB110 j nominations, Eastor, April, Flying, and Corinthian Handi ? caps, Maroh 16 ; woights, March 23 ; acceptances, April 4. 11 — Maokay Tattorsall's. — Addod monoy, .£120 ; nominations, handicaps, Maroh 10 ; general ontry, April 5. — Gympio Turf Club (Easter). — Addod monoy, .£300. 11, IB— Goondiwindi J.C. Annual — Nomina- tions for Town Plato nad J.C. Handi cap, March 19 j woights, April 6. 13, 14 — Balonno Jockey Club. May. 3 — Dawfion Amatour R.C. — Entries for Handi : . oap, April 5. 4, 5— Warwiok T. C— Addod monoy, .£500 ; entries (2) Handicaps, April 7; ao ceptancos and general entry, April 30. ? 11, 12— G. 'W. Downs (Tambo)...
VICTORIA. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
VICTORIA. March. 17 — ElBtornwick Park Mooting. 23— Nowstoad Joekoy Club Mooting. April, 1887. 2 — Moonoo Valley Meeting. 9 — Elstormvick Park Mooting. 11— Williamstown Raoing Club Mooting. 21 — Moonco Valley Mooting. May, 1887. 7— V.A.T.C. Mooting. 14 — Moonco Valley. 21 — Elstornwiok Park Meeting. June, 1887. 4 — Moonco Valloy. 25— V.A.T.C. Winter Stooploohaso Mooting. July, 1887. 2 — Elsternwiek Park Mooting. 9 — Moonco Valloy. 23— Williamstown Racing Clnb Mooting. Auoubt, 1887. 13 — Moonoo Valloy. 20— V.A.T.C. Meeting £1 — Elstornwjek Park Mooting. September, 1887. 8 — Moonoo Valloy. October, 1887. 8, 15— V.A.T.C. Spring Mooting. 12 — ElBternwick Park Mpoting. 22— Moonoo Valley. November, 1887. 2 — Elsternwiok Park Mootinif . 9— Williamstown Racing Club Mooting. 19 — Moonoo Valloy. December, 1887. 10— Moonoo Valloy. 17 — Elsternwick Park Meeting. 26— V.A.T.C. Mooting. 81 — Moonoo Valloy.
SPORT IN NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE, Monday Evening. Wallsend Amateur Races. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
SPORT IN NEWCASTLE. vi^OM OUR OWII CORRESPONDENT.) Newcastle, Monday Evening. Wallsend Amateur Races. ?Tho meeting of the Wallsend and Platts burg Amateur Turf Club on Saturday was in every sense of the word a most nnquali fied success. The acceptances were first elasa, and included some of tho best per formers in tho northern dU rict. The race for the Members' Handicap between GrasB hopper and Bracelet, was something to be remembered. The first attempt, a dead heat was the result, and in the run-off Urassnopper won Dy a oare nosu. uiu ' sports ' were unanimous in asserting that they had never beheld a more inte resting struggle for supremacy between two horses. They were both skilfully ridden, and a lot of betting took placo over the result. Mr. Maddiaon, a Crack Bowler. In connection with the recent cricket mateh at Singleton between Shaw's English eleven and 18 of that district, Mr. J. Maddison (one of tho Wallsend players who was selected by Mr. C. H. Hannell to play against the...
QUEENSLAND SPORTING NOTES. BRISBANE, Monday. Humbugs on tho Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
QUEENSLAND SPORTING i .- NOTES.: ?????:. . ? v ? '. ' (from our own correspondent). Brisbane, Monday. Humbugs on the Turf. One thing I cannot stand, and that is humbug. What the exact definition of that word is, I have never quite found out. You call a man a humbug, and you know what you mean, and I suppose other people know the same. We have a good many humbugs in Queensland connected wjth horse-racing. I should like to see a clean sweep of about a dozen I could name. I wont name them, having more respect for mvself and the Referee. When these people read these few lines and tho cap fits, 1 hope they will cut them out and put it in their pipes and smoke it. A Jubilee Meeting. After all, I believe we shall have a Jubilee Eoco Meeting. Mr. Justice Mein, president of the Club, and 'a right good president too,' has signified his approval of such a project, and what he says is generally law. He has ever been thought to lead the Club by the nose. Well, all I can say is, ' and a good thin...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
WISE AND OTHERWISE. , — . ?. . . ABirdFancier.-rf-Tliocat. .???'. ? A Cold'Cut.—A cake of ice. A Tea Party.— The Chinese. Beforo tho Mast. — The bowsprit. Highly Inconsod. — Tho smoking com partment. The busiest poet will have his idyl mo mencs. A Song Without Words.— Tho song tho tea-kettle sings. Women may mix in politics, but it doo3n't improve either the politics or tho women. In some things, de bigges' fool in de worl' is smarter den er wise man. I hab mighty seldom know'd it ter fail dat de man o' pertont;.»in falls short. Do big Irish peruater ain't found under do b'!» vines. Do poV8t thing in dis worl' ter base yer hopes on is good looks. De cuckle burr iB greon long airter de flower is dun killed by do frost. Talk of your nostrnm, liyorpad Which grim dibeoso abjuro ; Tiioro'B rono of thorn can mako yon glad As quick as Sinecure. ' A rolling stone gathers no moss,' but when its a grindstone it can just break tho heart of tho farmer's bow who wants to go a-fishing. It may bo ...
NAVAL AND MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
NAVAL AND MILITARY. The Second Kegiment Volunteer In fantry paraded on Saturday afternoon on Moore Park in marching order, under the command of Lieut.-Colonel Goo41et, and were instructed in battalion and skirmish ing drill, after which they were marched to the Victoria Barracks, where great coats, leggings, and valises were issued for use at the forthcoming camp. The old style of black leather leggings have been recalled, and white leather ones issued in their stead. On Saturday afternoon part of the star board watch of the Naval Artillery Volun teers, under the command of Lieutenant Bell, went outside tho Heads in the gun boat Neptune, intending to havo shot practice with the long bow chaser with which this vessel is fitted, but owing to tho heavy sea it was found impossible to carry out any practice that would havo had any good results, and Lieutenant Bell, with commendable zeal, and with an eye to the saving of the ammunition, bo that more work could be done at Easter, gave np t...
WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN. : ?? '. ? ? ? ? . . » — 7— ?? '? ' C nnard is bringing ovor ?? a Combination Company with Bome very popular athletes. Will open in Continental Pa\ilion, Bel moro Park, Easter Saturday. ? ? ? Messrs. Paulton and Jakabowsii's new comic opera, Mynheer Jan, w--s to be pro duced at the Comedy Theatre on Fcbi airy 14. ? ? ? Mr. AuijusJ. is Harris, tho famous lessee of Drury Lane Theatre, has entered into an agreement to produce a pantomime at Covent Gordon every Christens for the next three years. ? . ? ? Saturday, January 29, was ' Actora' Saturday ,' when collections were mado at all the London and some of the pioviuc'al theatres in support of the Actors' Benevo lent Fund. ? ? ? ? Miss Floreneo St. John, the well-known opera bouffo prima donna, will shortly ap pear as Peg Wofnngton, and Mr. Beer bohm Tree as Triplet, in Masks and Faces, at a West End matinee. ? » ? Miss Mary Anderson, the popular Ameri can actress, who has for four years been so successful in Londo...