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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
To the Sporting Gentleman of the Colonies. 'yorkshTreman' For many years the most successfi sporting -writer on the Sydney Press, Commenced the NEW YEAR In a BRILLIANT MANNB] As he sent WILLIAM TELL and ALL GOLD For the STANDISH and BAGOT HANDICAP! Thus sending the winners o! the fi' double of tho season. Ho followed it up by giving all his client KITAWA For the' CARRINGTON STAKES ? ? He has A Rank Outsider for Melbourne DERBl and CUP,. ' Worth Ten Times the Yearly Fc- ? '.'. T0 BACKERS, i '? ' : '.-??; ?'??! ; : -And'a: '' . : '? ' SPLENDID DOUBLE . ,. ,', .1 !.'??, ,',,'r V.' For- the HAWKESBURY HANDICAP, ft™1 SYDNEY CUP. Enclose stamp for Terms, ? and Beg18 e money Letters. . « yorkshibehan,' . Box, 862, G.P.O. Sydney. ^ Prlntednhd published fe^^rScW'^ Esfebkb Newspaper Offloo-2»i Clarem*' . BrdnerMarol»l7il88r. ????'?
NEW ZEALAND SPORT. Auckland, March 27. Auckland Amateur Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
NEW ZEALAND SPORT. (from our own correspondent.) Auckland, March 27. Auckland Amateur Athletic Club. The fifteenth carnival of the Auckland Amateur Athletic Club was held on Saturday in the Domain Cricket Ground. The weather was splendid, the turf in nice order, and good entries and interesting races brought a largo crowd to the grouhd. The sports were held in conjunction with the Waiteinata Bicycle Club, and during the day the Five-mile Bicyclo Champion ship ot JSew Zealand was uecicieu, also tno Quarter-milo Championship of the Athletic Club. In the five-mile race five started. A. Stewart, tho Waitomata club mile champion- ; A. Buchanan, who has been racing for over eighteen months, and in that time has placed two five-mile and one ten-mile to his credit, also a mile maiden and a three mile, besides being placed in several others ; J. Selby, who, in a long series of races, has only como in first once, although ho has often been placed and has ridden with hard luck ; J. Leeky, a go...
IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Jockey Clubs and Sports Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Jockey Clubs and Sports Com mittees. The conductor of the Referee than! fully acknowledges liberal support accordi hitherto to the new journal, and desires! point out the great value of tho Eeferi as a valuable medium for advertisemen of Ence and Sports Meetings. The Rkfkrek is got up at a very hea; exnense. on splendid paper, and faultless] printed. It contains an onormous mass 1 entirely Original Sporting Nows. It hi attained a phenomenal success in all tl Australian colonies, has elicited tho 1110 flattering opinions from every section the press, and by its successful tipping.sum writing, and the perfectly reliable chi racter of its news, has obtained the pos tion of Premier Sporting Paper of Austral although only Four Months old. Therefore tho conductor of the Eefehi looks forward with confidence to tl action of the various Turf, Cricke Football, Yachting, Rowing, Athlet Clubs and Sports Committees gem rally, and asks the favour of the support. It is in thei...
THE PAPERCHASE CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
THF PAPERCHASE CLUB MEETINC. Tho Paperohaso Clnb hold a mooting at tho Canterbury Park raoeeonrBe en Saturday afternoon. There woro about five hundred people- present when. tho first race started, among them being- sovoral bookmakers, who, howevor, did no business. DWARF STAKES. A Welter Handicap of 20 sors., for all ponies 14 hands and under. Amateur riders. Seven fur longs. Skylark ? .- ? 1 Flirt ... ... .. -...'??, ... ... 2 Only tho two starters. . . SELLING BACK RACE. Glenelg ... ... ... ? 1 Templar... ... ? ? 2 Doctor ... ... ... ... ... ... 3 THE LADIES' BRACELET. A Welter Handicap of 12 sots., for all horses tho nronertv of members of the P.C.C.. to bo nom natcd by ladies. Members up. One milo. Lorraine ? 1 Good Luck ? 2 Innisvalo ? 3 A good raco, with a splendid finish, tho raco being wen by a hoad. THE GRAND RTAND BTEEPLECHABE. A Handicap Steeplechase of 20 so vs., for all horses ; second horse to receive Ssovs. from tho prize. Amateur riders. About two and half miles. Dra...
VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB AUTUM MEETING (BY WIRE,- FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF ; CLUB AUTUNIrt MEETING. (BY WIBEi — FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. Tho Viotorian Amatenr Turf Club hold thoir Autumn Mooting at Caulflold to-day. Tho weather was fino, tho attondanco vory largo, and tho mooting a great sueceas. BELLING RACE, Of 100 BOVS. T. Eennison'e Maroney (Bcdfoarn) ? 1 J. G. Reid's Tho Guont (Power) ? 2 S. Nathan's Sorcoror (Tomlin) ? , S Othor starters : Crown Brand, Dolamia, Moorsohaum, Stafford, and Bar Ono. Bottine : Evon money on Tho GhoBt, 3 to 1 v. Maronoy, 4 to 1 Sorcorer. Maronoy camo to tho front at tho distanco and won oasily by over a length, half a longth separating the second and third horses. Stafford was fonrtb, Baron fifth, and Moer schaum last. Timo lmin. 2soo. Tho winner was bought in at .£80. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of 150 BOVS. J.B. Gill's Whalebono (Williams) ? 1 T. Jones' Goodwood (Ferguson) ? 2 M. Loughlin's Huntsman (Corrigan) ? 3 Other starters : Huntsman, Goodwood, Louis, Marron, Rovongo, Ear...
RACE MEETINGS. WALLSEND AMATEUR RACES, (BY WIRE- FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) WALLSEND, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
RACE MEETINGS. WALLSEND AMATEUR RACES. (BY WIJIE — FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Wallbend, Saturday. Tho Wallaona amatour raoos took plaoo to day. Tho weathor was 6ne, and the atten danoe good, and the racing capital. FLYING HANDICAP. Sir Francis ? ... 1 Hongist ? ... 2 ' I Allandale ... ... ... ... ! ... 8 MEMBERS1 HANDICAP. ' .'..- Grasshopper ? ... 1 Braoelot ? ... ' ... ... 2 Barbam Horo ... ... ... ?..'.';„* 8 BRACELET. . ?:; irr.l . : ? Sir Franois ... ... ,.;' ; ... ,... 1 r Flightawfty ? ' ... ... .... 2 : Eawthornden ? ...;?..'..;. '3 PLATTSBURG AND WALL8END HANDICAP. JackBoarty ? 1 Hengist ? ... . „. a Victory .„ ... _. '.i. ..;?'..;? 8 HTORY SOUBBY; : . i : : Torrent ? , .. , ? l Tuok'sFanoy ..,' ... ...' .... ... a ? Tracoy'B Fanoy ? ???'.;;-; '...' ? ..'.'?.,; 8' : Jaspreas... ,M .... ' ? -1 Hengist ? ? 2' Jack Boortr „, .„, ? ,„ 8 Kuhn rodo four winners, ono dead he»t; and one second,
BETWEEN DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
^.BETWEEN/BRINKS.' ? '.AtTai&wsaii'a. ' First- Sport : ' ' 'Well, I don't k.low, but I think honesty is tho bost policy after all. Now, I do a good busi ness because I always net on tho Bquaro. People know me. I'm like Otusar's wife — above suspicion.' Secord Sport: 'Well, she wasn't niucli ? chop. What was she turned into a pillar of salt for ?' * -* « ' * I' Wanted, live Snakes of nU decor^ptious. Apply at. ? — Hotol.' This adveifcisement is from a Sydney paper. It may be inferred tho proprietor o£ the pub. has run out of h:s supply of Queensland rum, and has to got tho snakes to show his customers in proof that the liquor is xm to tho usual standard of strength. * # ? A contemporpry writes: — 'It is said there is not riflu ammunition enough in Syd ney to Inst a three hours' engagement, so that in the event of our men being called upon to moot tho enemy, they would have either to fight without cartridges or sur render at discretion.' In the sarao issue the Bame paper ob se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
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TUMUT RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
TUMUT RACES. First Day. Selling Stakes. — Mr. Evans' Sundown, I j Mr. Barton's Modona, 2 ; Mr. Cram's Kil rardo, 3. ' Turp Clud Handicap. — Mr. Evans' Bweothoart, 9st. 41b., 1 ; Mr. Yeoman's Odd Stockings, Oat. 31b., 2; Mr. Patton's Glen ralo, 7flt., 3. Hurdle Face. — Mr. Evans' Glenduart 12at., 1 ; Mr. Smith's King, 10.it. 51b., 2 -, Mr. Lloyd's Jokos, 9st. 101b.. 3. Bettings Level on Glondnart, 3 to 1 v. King and True. Ladies' Bracelet. — Count, Oat. 131b., 1 ; Sooioty, list. 101b., 2; Fishorboy, Sat. 31b., Grand Stand Handicap.— Prudonoe, 7st. 61b., 1 ; Voronicn, 6st. 81b., 2; Swallow, fist. 21b., 3. .Forced Handicap. — Voronioa, 6st. ; and Glenvalo, 7nt. 71b., dead hoat. Second Day. Maiden Plath. — Mr. Crain's Titus, 1 ; Mr. Walsh's Dagmar, 2 ; Mr. Hassoll's Barrister, Prince ov Wales Stakes. — Mr. Ewen'u Julian, 1 ; Mr. Woodbridge's Count, 2 j Mx. Daloy's Glonvale, 3. Our. — Mr. Yeoman's Odd Stockings, aged, 8st. 81b., 1 ; Mr. Patton's Glonvale, 6Bt. 121b., 2 ; Mr. Evan's Swoot...
ORANGE J.O. RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
ORANGE J.O. RACES. Pirbt Day. Opening Handicap. Jmilo. — Mr. Gnnnels Littlo Diok, 1 ; Mr. Portor's FriondlesB, 2 ; Mr. M'lntyro's Whitefoot, 3. Won by a length and a half. Time, lmin. 19boc. Prince op Walbb Stakes. 1 mile and a distanoo. — Mr. Mooro'a Brncedalo, 1 ; Mr. Small's Grecian, 2 ; Mr. Taylor's Anomay, 8. Bruoodalo was afterwards protested against, and ho was disqualified, Grecian being do olarod the winnor. Greoian was sold for £27. Railway Handicap, 1 milo.— Mr. Gunnel's Granny, 1 j Mr. Loo'b Boggarman, 2 ; Mr. Tuokor's Tambo, 8. Town . Plate, 100 bovb., 1} mile.— Mr. Lawaon's First Demon ; Mr. Duncan's Pearl, dead heat. Timo, 2min. 15soo. The winners divided tho stakes. Mr. Prendorgaat'B Slow Joe was next. Farmers' Handicap, 1 mile.— Mr. Dillon's Nollio, Mr. De Laurot'a Cynrio, doad hoat. Mr. A. Small's Barney ran noxt. ' Second Day. BTEWARD 8 .TURBE, 1 mUO.— JUT. TUCKOr 8 Tambo, 1 s Mr. Mayno'a Libortd, 2 ; Mr. Gunnell's Littlo Diolc, 3. Public Auction Stakes, 1 mile.— ...
RYDE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
RTDE SPORTS. Tho following aro tho handicaps for the Eydo Third Ciand Handicap and Eydo Amateur Handi. cap, to bo run o'l tho 19th inst. at Mr. Farnoll's gruands, Eydo :— P.tde TnniD Grand Handicap.— H. Hntchons, 7yds. ; T. M. Malone, C. Krust, 11 ; J. Moody, T. Gagen, 13 j Joe Price, J. M'Gurrigal, 14; J. Moni.rk, 1G j E. A. Checkley. 17 ; P. C. Fairlaud, J. Healey, Thomas Collins, W. Hore, W. Creek, 18; G. Woodcock, William Moore, F. Matineer, W. An-;uB, M. Shortus, L. Hope, J9; W. Parker, H. D. Brown, E. Martin, Arthur Smith, E. Hayes, H. Creel;, N. Campbell, J. H. Cole, A. Priqhard, O. Coberuk, H. Pippin, W. Basset, I-. Clarke, J. Eowe, M. M'IntoBh, C. Sparrctt, E. Spouc-ir, J. Lewis, W. WillinniB, H. Cos,, Jns. Friend, 1M j E. Bowol, G. Thorpe, C. L. Millar, M. MullcnB, T. W. Cant, 21 ; P. G. M'Mahoj, W. Ahearn, C. Leonaid, 22; M. J. Kelly, J. Waters, T. Cir votlo, Amlrow Smith, Jas. Tvman, A. Buchaunn, J.Hioks.J. Thacker, G. J. 'King, 2.1 ; A. Toy, G. Honoysett, F. Thew, 24; J...
ST. PATRICK' S DAY AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
SP. PATRICK'S DAY AT BATHOEST. Tho following hani'cnps hivo b- en declared -— ST. TATniCE'S QRAVD HANDICAP. Sr:Tnu« ? 3- D. Humphries ... 12* ?,? 55'.™' ? ♦ C. Davieon ? 12 II. Wil'ard ? 7 W. Bfcharda ... 13 Jn\B--ne' ? 7 w. O'Malloy ...13 W.^Il. Zom ? 8 P. M'Goncgal ... 13 w.wn'tarS ::: zv- T:B™ckott::: :::is J- Weln ? 10 p. O'Connor ... 14 S:Lon* ? 10 C. W. West ? H W.Ur-enwood ... 10 E.J.Fruen ? 14 Q-Kin-r ? 10 Wm.Flynn ? H f- Wost ? U E. Eagles ? 14 M. M'Aviney ? 11 D. GUlespio ...18 W. Connolly ? 11 Simpkina ? 16 G. C.-jinlniham ... 11 J. Watson ? 16 E. Gorman ? 11 T. Hutohons ... 16 Sr' ^k* * ? 12 K- Eoborts ? 17 VT. Willard ? 12 C. Gwilliam ? 18 RKcll ? 12 P.Falvey, ? 18 Jas. Wichton ...12 W. Bacon W^... 18 AMATEUS HANDICAP OP ISO TAKBS-* E. E. Lupton ... 2 ' II. Piper ? io' P. S. M'1'l.ilhmy ... 4 W. MutU-a ? 10 G. H. Eankoo ... 4 S. M. Barham ... 10 C. S. L/diard ... S E. J. Pruon ? 10 C. W. Mills ? 7 T. Dungctt ? 10 J. H. Fo«l ? 9 W. J. Davis ? 11 H.A. M'Phillamy ... 9 H. ...
Australian Cup Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Australian Oup Handicap. Tbo following is the iesult of tho haudi cntj of 35 sovs., 135yds., promoted by Mr. Gurnoy at the Fleniington Rrounds, Mel bourne, cominenc:nif on the 4th iust. The stakes wero paid over on Friday night last. Final Heat. J. Daroy, Port Mollnurno, lGlyds ... 1 . H. J.JuoW WilHamstown, 14yds. ... 2 W. Bartlett, Cnrlton, JOiydB ? S M. Leonard, Nothorby, 15yds, ? * nw^on,nb/ll?oot'' i'tbotwecn second r'nd thV'd Timo, 12jseo. ? . Autrmn Hurdle Race. ? Tho above for a prize of £10, £3, and £2, was decided as follows i— PrHALHlAT. A. Morjran (Al. Echuca, 5yds ? 1 W.Kennedy Auckland, 6yds ... .;. 2 D. Corbett, Tatura, 14 yds ? 3 M. Daloy, llotham. 15yds ? 4 Won by two foot ; a bad third. Time, 15soc
Final Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Final Day. Tlio tenth Sir Joseph Banks Shorno'd Han dicap was broncht to a conclusion on Satnrday afternoon on Mr. Frank Smith's well-known grounds at Botany. Tho weather was npnrossivoly hot, but. nevertheless, fully 4000 peoplo woro present when tho pistol was firod off for tho first heat. Owing to tho bost of the runners having boon loft in, a groat doal of Bponulation resultod._ perhans moro than on any provious oonasion. Tho tram accommodation was found to bo inadequate. eaoli voniclo oomg crowauu to khiiocul-oji. g /i now (loparture took place, and n, doci'lcd im provement was offected by Mr. Smith drawing tho wholo of tho heats on tho gronml for tho sooond round, in tho prosonco of tho Rpoota torK. By this proceodini? tho men could I.avo nB idoa who thoy worp to moot nntil tho last minnto, necessarily contamination was ro dncod to a minimum. Precisely at 20 minutes past 3 o'clock the pistol sounded, and tho first hoat of tho day was started, which foU fc- Malonoy, who won rat...
JUNEE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
JUNEE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. Tl'O 'ollowing aro tho handicaps, for the So^iio'd Hp.nd:cap to tnko placo on Mr.G. U. Scott'B Fedora! runnin-j Track, Junoo Junc tion oi t'.'O 17th a id 18th insi. :— Harry DaviBon, S. Shorritt, 5yds.; JameH Irving, J. C. Aiilerson, Cyds.; W. King, R. Wallott, J. M'Kinnon, 8yds., C. R. Nixon, 9yds.; W. L. Gordon (a), M. Conway, 10yds.; J. T. Coope.-, W. li'intr (a), liyds. ; E. M'Grath, J. D. Ro?d, C. L. Roso, Frank L md, D. H. Ennki l, W. T. Gibbons, Arthur WiMit, J. MarHhaU, A. Twyford, W. Jack son, 12yds. ; J. J. Donnelly, J. Chappell, B. W. Adams, J. W. Adams, D. Foberts, J. H. Heath, H. D. Hoath, H. J. Mai, 13yds.; W. T. Muvs.'old, Harry Forrler, F. G. Pemoy, C. Fox, J. Cbenoy, jrir., F. Colls, Hy-ls. ; 'J. H. Lockott, 15yds.; H. Mnir, S. Ko.Tiedy, ICyds.; W. Brookor, Franks Foaloy, Hoi-ry Bayliss, J. J. Edmonds, E. A. Williams, J. Campoy, 17yils. ; Jo\ ~i Ashloy, Frank Sm-th, J. G. Holmes, lSyd».
CHESTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
CHESTER HANDICAP. ThiB raco will bo doomed o.i tho 1st proi. C. Samuels (a), scratch ; T. J. Grilliths, 5yds.; T. Trinco, 0yds.; j. Parkos, J. C'on Dors, li.-ds. ; E. J. Willinf , L. No-.kos, 12yds.; J. Evans, A. E. Dalton, E. Perry, 13yds. ; C. M'Donald, A. Graham, G. Allen, A. Wall, 14yds. ; S. \V. Hillior, W. T. Ar 18 (r), A. J. Shore (a), 15yds. ; W. Jo'nson. lGydH. ; 3. Pa^o, J. Wiirnok, A. Eathor, W. Gilligca. bi. Aiators, 17yds. ; W. Browor, P. Molloy, W. Wood, 18yda. ; A. Dnuston, T. Di'loa (a). W. Moore, J. PendorKast, M. Tiornoy, G. Silks, J. Duly, J. Wood, L. Stratlord, A. Knott, 19yds. ; G. Dnvios, A. Sly, P.. Gnnter, H. O'Hara, 20yds.; W. Caskoll. J. Staples, E. Smith, C. Irolnnd, Iko Cornwe'.l, E. J. Marstoi, 21yds.; B. Silks, P. Squiies, 22ydB. ; J. Lamont, Henry Fong, 23ydB. ?
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
canterbury park races. Tho following aro tho ontrioa: — Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs. — Ivy, Simon, Jollity, Roslyn, Lady . Marion, Sentonoo, Goldlake, Noeklaco, Lcumoah, Chartroux, Hopeful, Sawdust, Glen Elgin, First Game, Wanda, Rooruit, Aristocrat. The Prince oy Wales Stakes, 7 fur longs. — Pirate, Prince Regent, Sir Edward, Sir Garnot, First Demon Tindorbox, Rosary, Goodlnok, Pilot, Purfleot, Iriah Qneen, Pre sentation, The Park Stakes, 7 fnrlonga. — Ivy, Simon, Jollity, Cullodon, Homo Rulo, Creamy Jack, b t by Julian Avenal, Brittania, Lady Yattendon, Caramana, Jackson, Smith O'Brien, Zampa, Ccriso and Gold, Rosary, Meloobeo, Buttercup, Chatreux, Southorly Buster, Seclusion, Fernleigh, Jeremy Diddler, Malicho, Mahdi, Miranda, Dova, Scatterficld. The Canterbury Handicap, 1 milo 1 furlong. — Enroclydon, Tooralo, Laguna, guard, Pirato, Tristan, Pinkio, Sontenco, Lady Marion, Chosham, Lady Durham. Gold lako, Leumeah, Chatroux, Hopeful, Glen Elgin, Ellington, First Game, Willeroo, Ro...
QUEENSLAND TATTERSALL' S CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
QUEENSLAND TATTERSALL'S CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. Tho following entries have boon rooeivod for handicaps in tho above mooting to be run on April 9 and 11 : — City and Suburban Handicap, of 200 bovs. — J. Williams' oh h Yabba, 4yrs.j J. Williams' b o Whirlwind, 3yrs.; J. Cornwoll's h g B.Y., aged; S. G. Holmos' bg Sloop, 5yrs.; J. J. Durack's br h Quamboncson, 5yrs.; J. J. Duraok's gr g Warkworth, agod ; G. Burgess' b h Phconix, agod ; John Finnio's bl m My Lovo, agod ; John Finnio's b f Miss Nowbold, 3yrs.; H. Huntor's b c Theorist, 3yrs.; F. D. Thornton's bl o Clifton, 3yra.j F. Riordan's br h Potronol, 5yrs.; A. M'Gold riok's br m Marion, 5yrB.; J. Purcoll's br g 'Wnf.Jinrnndnln. Jivrn ? A. 'Rrvrrinfrf/iTi'R V-r n Fano, 3yrs.j T. P. O'Brien's br h St. John, Oyrs.; J. M'Gill's br g Pirato, 6yrs.; R. Stewart (na) b g Satyr, Cyra.; W. W. Thomp son's oh h Louis, Gyrs. Metropolitan Stakes, of 300 aovs. — J. Williams' oh h Yabba, 4yrs.; J. Williams' b o Whirlwind, 3yra.; J. Cornwoll's b g B....
DENILIQUIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
' DENILIQUIN EACES. DENILICJUIN J.C. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, 1889. Mr. G. C. Joflroy's b f , by Meteor— Actress Mr. M. Dowllog'B b o, by Meteor— dam by Tonch Btono Mr. J. Postlothwatto's b c, by MotoorJ— dam by Mr. J. M'Crao's b f, by Lothnir— La Bollo Mr. Q. ABhcroff s b or br f,by Hcrcolos— unknown Mr. G. Aehcroft's ch c, by Hercules— Fairrtalo Mr. G. Ashcroffs br or bit f, by Hercnlosun Mr. G. Aehcroft's blk or br f, by Horcules— Pre- mier maro Mr. J. Donohoe's b or br o, by Hercules— unknown Mr. M. Power's ch c, by Hercules— Dalo maro Mr. W. J. M'Koe's br o, by Alarm— Zobra Mr. W. M'Cartliy'B br c. by Spark— Katio Darling Mr. T. B. CarneB' ch c, by Yanogon— Mirth Mr. J. lee's b or br c, by Spark— Maggie Lauder Mr. W. p. EoTwrtBon's b or br c, by Troubadour unknown Mr. W. p. Robertson's jc, by Troubadour, by Bryan O'liynn Mr. W. JUncKouzio a br c, by Aimiry— Legacy Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by LotUair— Barmaid Mr. J. Crippa' b I , by Lotliair— Peerless Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by lothair— a ...
Caulfield. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Caulfleld. The number of horses at Caulfield is Btill increasing. Citadel and All Black have joined P. Kelly's toam. J. C. has gone into Batty's stable. Messrs. Harper and Leek have each an addition unnamed. Ben Bolt and Camerino are both in pro ?Daratorv woik airain. Fusee pulled up very 'lame at the latter part of the week, and has not been out of the stable since. C. Carter's ' establishment is nearing completion, and as he has gono out of the general run of weatherboard architecture, this lost addition will be a decided acquisition to the neighbourhood. W. Woods, formerly head man for the late F. Leng, has gone ' into Jones' estab lishment in tho same capacity.