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COROWA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
COROWA RACES. COBOWA HANDICAP. Urabby Hawardon Vermont Little Mary Advance Littlo King Ailsa Essex Hartington Larrikin Claret Arrow Blaok Diamond. FLYING HANDICAP. Donald Gate Urabby Mystery (lato Gon. Gordon) Advance Harkaway) Morceau Brittonus Clarot Embassy Arrow Spurei v Hawarden. ? ladies' plate. Joe Miller Hawarden Vermont Mystery (lato Advanco Morceau Harkaway) Larrikin Donald (lato Spuroi Bl'k Diamond Gon. Gordon) Arrow.
Dunn' s Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
Sunn's Benefit. -There was a fair house at tho Alexandra Theatre on Monday night for Harry Dunn's benefit. The programme was a good one, opened by M'Caffroy and a pupil ot Mb named Attwood, in a good exhibition of cateh-as-catch-can wrestling. Then came M'Kenzio and Lord, in fivo bouts of Cumberland wrestling. They were sue, ceeded by Degrasse and Mick Nathan in .four rounds, mis occasioned immense fun, Mick Nathan hating a very easy time. Titchner and Smart did some moro ? more Cumberland wrestling, and gave '.- place to two amateur boxers. This was a lively set-to- the lads going at one : another with a will, and finishing with a » vigorous rally* Then Nod Blackburn and Harry Dunn wrestled in the Cumberland style. This alone *as worth the price of V admission. Ono of tho best items on [the . list «as the boxing of George ,;Hainlin and Jack King,. Who had four rounds. ? - Mr -? - Donpgan introduced - ? his ? clover trio of performing dogs.' Jem Stewart swung clubs with his uBual sk...
MOLONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
MOLONG RACES. Tho following are the ontrieB received for Molong Annual Races, Maroh 16th and 17th i— FLYING HANDICAP. Three-quarters of a milo. Glcnroy Struck Gold Rosebud Letter Littlo Noll MisB Dora Colonel Ferryman Syd Nellio Rowena Costio Idle Boy. Barnoy Hereford. RAILWAY HANDICAP. One milo and a quarter. Lithgow Letter Drummer Boy Hereford Liberte The Mule Syd Rowona Nellie Idlo Boy Marmion. PUBLICAN8' PURSE. Ono mile. Glonroy Coral Midnight Stoolrail Hereford Harlequin Miss Dora Colonel Syd Boarding School Costio Idlo Boy Miss Prunolla Barney Ferryman. MOLONO JOCKEY CLUB. Ono mile and a half. Lithgow Midnight Drummer Boy Lottor Hereford Liborto Boarding Sohool The Mulo Syd Miss Noffio.
GLEN INNES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
GLEN INNES EACES. Tho following are the acceptances for tho above meeting which takos place on March 16 and 17:— GLEN INNES CUP. Carnation Vain Hope Emerald Minorah Marion Myall King Ajax Fair Ellen Midnight Butterfly Zeno Sloth Malta Panio Sorella Froo Selootor Fenolla Bay Dot DIBBS PLATE. Carnation Free Selootor Oakwood Gladys Rioter Emerald Minorah Vain Hopo Myall King Ajax Marion Black Domon Leinstor Fair Ellen Gloiro de Dijon Butterfly Victory Sloth Slender Zeno Sorolla Malta. Simoon Coroban Wah Panic Bay Dot
BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
BUREANGONG TURF CXUB EACES Tho following entries have boon roooivod 'or tho two principal handioaps to be run at ho annual raco mooting of tho Burrangontr Turf Club on Maroh 24 and 25 t— TOWN PLATE. Ono milo and a quarter. Trap-, Elsio, Infidol, Chummy, Pauline, Mormon, Woxford, Rovongo, BooBwing, Don Antonio, Odd Stockings, Examinor, Hopeful, )rumstiok, Potor, Englo Maid, Raven, The Kid, Lady Carrington. BUREANGONG TURF OLUB HANDICAP. ' Ono milo and a-half. ?, . Elsie, Infidel, Chummy, Mormon, Worford, lovengo, Booswing, Thakambau, Odd Stook- ngs, Examiner, Stanhope, Hopeful, Peter, -runwtiok, Englo Maid, Ravon,
COROWA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
COEOWA ANNUAL EACES. Following aro tho entries for tho mooting whioh takes placo on tho 23rd inst. :— COBOWA HANDICAP. Urabby, Hawarden, Vermont, Littlo Mary, Advanco, Littlo King, Ailsa, Ebbox, Harting ton, Larrikin, Clarot, Arrow, Blaok Diamond. ladies' plate. ? Joe Miller, Hawardon, Vermont, MyBtery [late Harkaway), Advanco, Morcoau, Larri kin, Arrow, Spurei, Black Diamond, Donald (late General Gordon). FLYING HANDICAP. Urabby, Hawardon, Mystory (late Harka way), Advance, Morccan, Brittanus, Claret, Embassy, Arrow, Spuroi, Donald (lato Gonoral Gordon).
BALRANALD RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
?RAT.RANALD RACE MEETING. Tho following nominations havo boon ro coived for tho throo prinoipal ovents at tho local racos, to bo hold on Eastor Monday and Tuesday :— Balranald Club Handicap. — Apollo, Springfoot, Bnmpkin, Sir William, Stone broko, Bosnio, Poonboon, Goldfindor, Whita oyo, Bollona. William, Sprinfffoot, Silonco, Bumpkin, Stonobroko, Bossio, Goldfindor, Invador, Miss Beach, Whito-oyo, Bollona. Jumping Race. — Soleotor, Playboy, Vol tairo, Strugglor, Eros, Springfoot, Novor Novor, Sir William Toll II., Miss Boach, Sun boam, Poonboon, Harkaway, Tim Flahorty, Candly.
THE PAROO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
~k THE PAEOO EACES. * ' ' ? PAROOU.C. HANDICAP. . ????-? Bt.lb. St. Kangaroo ... 8 7 Emperor ... 7 2 Lady Pitsford 7 11 Marra ? 6 12 Patchwork ... 7 8 Romeo ? 0 7 Marinor ? ... 7 3 HANDICAP JUMPING RACE. Elaatio ... 11 7 Marra ? 9 2 Liberty ... 9 7
CON DWYER' S DISQUALIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
CON DWYER'S DISQUALIFI CATION. The cyclists in Sydney wore greatly taken back when they heard that tho Victorian Union had definitely decided to disqualify Dwyer for participation in tho recent mixed contest with Wood and James, the English professionals. At that time he had resigned from his Victorian club, and had joined a Sydney body, and no longer was a Victorian clubman. At executive meeting of the Victorian CycliBts' Union was held on Monday night, at the Oriental Hotel, Melbourne, to consider Mr. Con. Dwyer's amateur Btatus, and it was resolved ' that Mr. Con. Dwyer should be declared a professional cyclist for infringement of the V.C.U. rules — subject to his appeal to tho appeal com mittee of tho V.C.U.' It is understood that Dwyer will not let the matter stand still at this stage, but will try the legality of the action. Most of the Sydney sympathisers think that Dwyer will be successful in upsetting the decision should he bring the matter into court.
CARRINGTON SECOND ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
CARRINGTON SECOND ELEC TRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. Close On 200 runners have accepted for the second Electric Light Handicap, and evidently more are pleased with their treat ment than rumour indicated there weuld be. Hutehens on 4yds., and giving a limit of 20yds., is not unfairly dealt with. I think he has even a better show than at Botany. Cassimer is well treated on 9yds., and so is il'tiarngal on Ilytts. Jb'urtner down i like Hoelscher, 15yds., J. M. Malono on tho same mark, and Sam Bowen on the 18yds. I have seen Or. B. James on 19yds. run fairly, and he is not out of this by any means. If I thought Hender son, Newcastle, was in form, and on the try, I should say ho would win for a cer tainty, Outside of him, however, I like best Malone and Bowen. If Bowen is fit I think, he can yell keep aheaiof.thoiormijr.. with 3yds. On the off chance I will plump for Sam Bowen. The follawing are tho acceptances for the above, to bo run on March 10, 21, 23, and 20 :— 4yds.— H. Hutolicns, Encluud. G...
HUTCHENS ON THE WARPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
HUTCIIENS ON THE WAR PATH. On Saturday night at Deeble'B Hutehens was backed to give Alf. Trinder tiyds. in 130yds., at Newcastle, on the 2(ith inst., for £100 aside. At the same time a match was arranged with Charlie Samuels for the same dis tance, Hutehens conceding 3yds. The last match will take place on the Carring ton wrouiuiB on jijtrii i.». In these two matches Hutehens has set himself a difficult task, and he will not want to trifle with either if he wishes to win. If Trinder will only run as well against Hutehens as he did in the Banks Handicap previous to the last, I am sure that he will beat Hutehens. Trinder has the reputation of being a bad match runner. The Newcastle ground is very fast, and some sensational record may be looked forward to.
WRESTLING MATCH. THE GRAECO - ROMAN CHAMPIONSHIP AND £ 400 Connor Gets First Fall. Cannon Cannot Come to Time. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
WRESTLING MATCH, i . .. * THE GBJECO-KOMAN dSOJILVlOTSt ! . . ' SHIP AND £400. Connor Gets First Tall. Gannon Cannot Come to Time. FBOH OUR MELBOURNE COBREBrONDEHT.) Great interest was taken in the match for the Gneco-Eoman Championship of Australia and the World, which took place at the Alexandra Theatre on Saturday night between Tom Cannon, of San Francisco, and John Connor, of Now South Wales. So early as November last and early in De comber Connor tried to get on a match with Cannon, Sali, or Miller, and he pub licly challenged the two first-named both from the stage of the Alexandra Theatre after his defeat of Andre Christol, and in the press, but for a time it Beemed ,as though ho was to bo left alone. It was known that Connor was anxious for a genuine wreBtle, and when the other men were so slow hints were thrown out that they preferred hippodrome matches to a square struggle for the chainpionsh:p. Connor and hia friends persevered, and he claimed the championship unless Cann...
BELVEDERE V. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
BELVIDEBE V. UNIVEKSITT. Those clubs continued thoir last Saturday's match, Fairfax (not out, 62) and Crano (19, not out) continued their inninga to tho bowl ing of Garrott and Jones. Both tatamon commenced with caution, but boforo many rnna woro addod, Fairfax waa cloan bowled by Jonoa. 6— C6— 213. Clifford followed in, but was soon dismissed by Leo bohind tho winknts. 7—2—230. Ferris filled tho vaoanoy, but after 'trcing 4 to his crodit, was cloan bewlod wiWii ' yorkor,' by Jones. 8 — 1 — 2-18. Crano was Bcoring freoly, and playod Btorling oriokot aftor Lindoman oaino to his assistance. When tho total had reached 207 Lindoman was Rnnt to tho roar, boing clean bowlod by Wood. 9— 5—267. J. Richardson was tho last man to go in, but only to see hia partnor diamissod by Garrott. 10— 6Cf— 279. Crano's scoro was faultlessly compiled with ono oxcoption, a vory difficult ohanco to Jones behind the wiokots. Tho Bolvidores woro mirnis tho assistance) of Docker, who is a more valuable man tha...
JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
JUNIOR CRICKET. Tho manner in which tho Oriental's so decisively defeated the Surry United for the Cup on Saturday afternoon la«t will long bo romember.-d -by thoso who wit nessed the finish of tho contest. Tho victors showed their superiority in every department, and truly deserved tho win. Donnan has had a great share in upsetting nis opponents in tms matcn, ana wo arc sure ho neve? played bettav during the whole of this season than in tho match under notice. His score of -1G in tho second innings was compiled by an admirable display of sound batting, and was an a' uost faultless ono. With tho ball he was also very successful, for, going on vica Frazer, who, though bowling fairly, could not capturo a wickot, ho bagged four wickotsfor 11 runs — a capital performance. The batsmen were nearly all caught, trying to hit his deliveries, which were very deceptive, in Meagher, the Orientals have a sterling batsman, who, though at times pationt, lays tlio wood on with sur prising force, aD...
THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. Shaw' s Eleven v. 15 of East Melbourne Club. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887
THE UTTEuNATIOITAXi CRICKET MATCH. Shaw's Eleven v. 15 of East Mel bourne Club, BY WIBE— FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.! Mblboukne, Saturday. mo JSHgusn liiovon commoncod thoir matoh against fiftoon of tho E.M.C.C. yester day, at noon, on the lnttor's own ground. Tho attonduneo was small, and vory littlo interoBt was takon in tho play. Horan and J. Bruco woro both unablo to play, whilo tho visitors had tlioir full strongth, aa Barnos hftd reoovorod, and rosumod his placa in tho toam. M'Shano and Worrall, from whom muoli was oxpootod, woro both summarily Jis missed, as woro othorn of tho most formidablo roprosontativos of tho E.M.C.C. At 5 o'clock tho last wiokot foil for 130 runs, of which Boylo was roapon«iblo for no loss than 30. MuBgravo coming noxt with 24. Tho Engliahmon thon commoncod thoir firat innings by Bonding out Shrowabnry and Sootton to faoo tho frnndling of Houston and W. Coopor, but aa both batsmon played vory carofully, stomps woro drawn bofsre any wiokots had boon doa...