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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

THE SYDNEY REFEREE. Easter Monday. All Advertisements for Easter Sports and Amusements should be handod in at the Oflice, 223 Clarence-street, as early as possible.* a. B. MODINI, G UN MAKER, , Begs to inform all his Customers and tho Public in General that ho has jnst received by, tho last mail LAEGEST ASSOUT3?EN'r'oF FIEEAnMS, of tho Latest Improvements, consisting of llroeuh and Muzzlo Loading Guns, BiBcs, Eovolvors, &C, &c. '?-... Also Lar«e Stock of CUTLEUY of every ilraurtption. . ; G. B.' M. further dosiros to npijrine his customers of tho fact that ho has been appointed Agent for the 'following celebrated Gnnmakere .— J. Pnrdy nod Sous, John llighy nnd Co., Joseph Lang- and SonB, Ch. Osborno and Co., Thomas lllnnd mid Son ; also Bussoy aiii Co., manufacturers of all kinds of Sports men's requisites for the Hold. A Largo Assortment of various other makers always on hand, via. :— ? Greouor, Scott, Hollis and Sons. Webloy, Eilo.T, Ac. And from tho best Continent...

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CRICKET NOTES The End of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

C£wggp&. (Bt ' Not Out.') The End of the Season. Many will say, and truthfully too, ' Thnt it needn no ghost to tell us that,' but still the fact remains substantiated, and the truth -will bo none tho leas acceptable for its merits. Although the 24th May is generally accepted the oppning day of the footballers winter campaign, still tfioy, liko true enthusiasts, are afield Rome timo be fore that auspicious day, which marks alike tho birth of our most gracious Sovereign, and tho O3oension of Kincr Foothnll. The annual meetings of several football clubs have been held, and others are close at hand, so that I must warn the kniphtri of the willow that ere lonjf the knights of the kiicVors will drivo them from the fields into their winter quartora. Then, a 'ain, the wheelmen are the next natural enemies of tho cricketers, and before many weeks have passed tho latter trill bo a^ked to vacate tho Assrciation Ground in favour of cycling. It was always thus, and mi'st ever Vie. The O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

,; ^Tailor.:. . ' '? ' ' . ' ' '''?';,-'', ' '-Sydnoy; January, 1887. To the Pabllo of NewSonth WidcB IHAVE lurt returned from a nine months trip to the old country. During my 8tay & England, I vtaltod nearly all tho best Mann, faotnrinff district* in order to uoimre for my Bnsiaesakwe the Tory best quality of Goods and Latest Patterns that I could procuro. Without being egotistical, I am cortain that thono gonttsmun who will kindly favour mo with n Tiuit, will readily admit that I ,cin show tho largost and most beautiful lot of Goods in Sydney. I havo toicn thoso Premises in Kinfl-8tre«t, lately otenpiod by Mr. G. M'Lawn, and which aro certainly Second to no othor Tailoring Establishment in Australia. Homing that my old friends, and many now ones, will confer upon me tho favour of a cull. FEED HA.GO1T, 135, King-street, Lato Senior Partner of Hagon Bros. TEOUSEttS-ovor i50 Patf as— 15e. to Sos. per Pair ; guaranteed perfect fitting-. 'XfEW GOODS, my own importing, lor the J...

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A SAILER FOR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

A SAILER FOB BRISBANE. A young man named A. Earl, from Bris bane, the other day purchased the Daisy, the well-known cedar boat, built by Roderick, of Balmain, which was second to Our Boys, in tho Annivorsary Begatta, and on Saturday last. 'With this nraft he hopes to make things sultry in Brisbane for tho amatour sailors.

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RILEY CUP. Oriental v. Surry United. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

BILE? CUP. Oriental v. Surry TTnlted. This matoh was roanmod and concluded on tho Agricultural Ground on Saturday aftornoon. The attendance was far groator than at any previous contost, but those who put in an appoaranoo with tho dosiro to seo a oloso finish wore groatly disappointotl. Tho finish was a vory hollow affair, and prosontod quito a funoral aspeot botwoon the pavilion and tho wiokot. Tho Orientals, who had 6to wiokota down for 156 run8, on continuing the innings woro au one lor IB-i, tno only mon to stay any timo boing Golding and M'Graw. Tho Snrrys having about 220 runH to got to score a win, commonood their sooond innings, bnt contrary to tho expecta tion of all, they woro got rid of for 51 runs. Only ono batsman roachod doublo figuroa, thia lucky player boing W. Brovrator, who mado 24, not out, howovor, not without an nnusual share of luck, besides boing bowlod by M'Graw with a no-ball. The causo of snoh a, downfall on tho part of tho Snrrys batsmon was tho roally fino...

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COHEN CUP. Richmonds v. Glenmore. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

COHEN CUP. Richmonds v. Glenmore. This eontost was resumed upon tho cup wickots, Moore Park, on Saturday, great interest beinsc evinced in the match, which proved to bo the most exciting match for the abovo cup so far.'tho Glen morea winning by 12 rans. The Glenmoiea, with nine wickots down for 108 runa in their second essay, resumed play to tho bowling of Gifforvl and Enritrht. After several ovora Hunt placod ono into tho slin'a hands. c« Gifford. tho total boinir 103. The Kichtnonds, with. 73 r^ras to win, sent in Josephs and Lamont, to tho bowling of Gillies and M'Ewen. Tho flrat threo wickots foU for 15 runs. Bobinson was put on vice Gillies. None.- of tho but 9m on, with tho exception of ?Tos6phnt could withstand tho deliveries of M'Ewen. Gillies, who brought tbo downfall of Josophs and M'Farlano in tho first innings, was r .;ain tried, and waa success ful, both boing caught off hijn. Tho remaining batsmen did not trouble tho acororg ' much. Tho Bichmonda played up manfully. Jo...

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Carthona v. Ryde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

Darfhona v; Rvdo. This match was advanced another atago, and tho rosult is maro open than' ovor... Thfl Garthorias oonoludod thoir innings for^atotal of 83 rnnB. .Tho Rydoa ifoiw-in for tho second inninga woro all ont for 63, leaving thoir oppononts 123 to got to win. They lost throo wiokets for 29 runs, when tho stumps ?woro drawn in consequence of tho rain. Tho 'red und black' havo a very good ohanoo of pnlling tho match off if they play stoady. as Eobinaon and meat of tho craoks havo still to bat. Sooros : — Btdb. Tint Iuninifi ? ? 188 Second Innings. Docker, b Toby ? ... 17 SBSSS.SSS* r. ::: = ::: & A. Short, b Toby ? 2 W. Short, b Toby ? 0 G. Spurway, b Toby ? 3 Famoll, run out ? IS Wales. 0 Melly, b Clarko ? 5 ? Cowoll, bToby ? 2 , Jordan, b Black ? ; 3 Sundries ? r ... 3 , Total ? ' .»'69 ??? CimnOHi. i - t First Inninga ? : ? 83 Second Innings. Black, b Spurway ? 6 : , Aitkon, b'Docker ? '. ? 1 Toby, run out ? 5 Clarke, not out ... ? , 0 Total, for three wickets ? 20...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

BEST IN THE WOBIJ). St. Kilda, Victoria, 178 High-street, November 28, 1885.— My experience Is that Warner's Safe Cure is the best medi cine for kidney and liver diseases in tho world.— Mrs. E. PEESTON.— Abvt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

TW\ H E A T B BO.T A- i I Under tho Manaffomcnt of Monsrs. 'Williamson, gabneb andMUSOEOVE. lessee ? ... ... ... Mr.S.Lazar 8ub.Lessce ? Mr.M. Simonson Doors open 7. CommDnoo at 8. CarrlaRos at 10.30. CONTINUED and BTIILLIANT 8UCCEBS Of '''??' SIMONSEN'8 NEW ROYAL ITALIAN OPEBA. COMPANY. ? ? THIS (WEDNE8DAY) EVENING, With great splendour, Douizottt's Tragic Opora m BOBEBTO DEVEREUX. EUsahotta (Quoon of England)... Sara (Duchoas of Nottingham)... Si(?norina Olovanna Cavallor] Eoberto Doveroui (Earl of Eshcx) 81gnor FnRqualo Lazzartni Dako of Nottingham ... Sinnor Edoardo Corne lord Cecil ? Siirnor Lodovtca Benucc Sir Qualtloro Raloiuh ... . Signor Tomaso Do Albt : Servant of Nottingham ? Mr. MorKtti A Pago ? Mr. Johnsoi ? II Conductor, Siitnor Eoborto Hnzon. ' Thursday, March 17...LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOI Friday, March 18 ... ROBERTO DEVEREU) Saturday, March 10 LUCIA DI LAMMEBMOOI Admission: Dress Cirolo, 7s. Od. i Orcbostr. BtolU, 5s.; Stalls, Is.; Family Circlo, 2a. Box-ofuc ? .-open da...

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SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

SPORTING ECHOES. — ? A.J.C. goneral entries to-day. Lorraine is in Fioldor's stable. . . Lawson wishes to meet Mitchell. ??? '? Abuses should win the Albury Cup. H. H. Lambton gone to Melbourne. Lorraine has pulled off a raco at last. Mr. Chesterman has purchosod Emilius. Nelson is a firm favorite for the Sydney Cup. ; Great talk over Con. Dwyer s disqualifi cation. Twelve have accepted for the Albury Cup. A.J.C. general entries are duo at 4 o'clock to-day. Cardigan has gone into- Mr, J. Mayo's stable. Hengist ran second three times ? at 'Wallsend. Bourko annual races take place on May 4andG. 'Work at Eandwick is going along- -very slowly. . Sorella looks a good thing for the Glen. Innes Cup. The English horso Paradox has gone to the stud. £2 will be levied on all bookmakers at Albury. Mitchell defeated Murphy in five rounds. Good entries for St. Patrick's Day at Botany. Canterbury Park raco3 take place on Saturday. Nelson is expected to arrive in Sydney to-morrow. Abuse won the St....

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FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. OPERA TRIUMPHANT. RE- appearance of Myra Kemble, NOVELTIES IN PREPARATION. THE DAMPIERS AND THEIR DOINGS.:— GRATTAN BIGGS—FRANK SMITH—THE WAINRATTA PARTY—ACTORS AND CRITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. OPERA TBItJMPHANT. ; Re-appearance of Myra Komblo. Novelties in Preparation. the dampibes and their doings. — orattan rioqs — frank smith — the wainbatta party — actors and critics. Qhcermore little Sepia' has decorated^ my column with sketches of Mr. Simonsen ,. heroes and heroines, and my own opinio-i ia that he has done justice to those really and remarkably good-looking vocalists. If I were young, rich, and handsome, I would offer my hand and leart and fortune to the charming Bebottaro. Indeed, I might try it as it is ?were it not for Mrs. Flasher and the little Footlights, to say nothing of the grandch — Mrs. Masher will not allow that tender point to be pursued. Were I a maiden of seventeen 1 would send my portrait in a crimson morrocco case, lined with plush and studded with pearls, to Signor Santi Belli; and if I had a duplicate of that miniature to spare Signor Benucci should liave it. Of De Alba, with those big organ like tones, I should be afraid, and C...

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WEAT' S IN A NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

What's in a Name. M flat's in a name? What's in a namo? 1 Most ovory kind of sinful gaino That knuvoa porform or guilo can franio, Is in a n.imo. Thoro'B good or ill, orwhat you ploaso Of roputat'on, comfort, oaso; And all tho dubious degroos Of fickle fame, Aro in a namo. What's in a namo ? What's in a namo ? Go pak tho luckless who indito Their miseries in black and whito — That's in a namo. You soody chap who walks romoto, Whosj autograph ono day ho wroto Aoross tho back of friondship'fl noto — Endorsement's gamo Is in a namo. What's in a namo ? What's in a name P A motiuiiorphosis of all Suburban turnod municipal, la in a namo. Consistency with altorod huo, Go call a stroet an avonuo, And noto whoa quartor'H ront is duo Tho landlord's claim. That's in a namo. What's in a namo p What's in a namo P When prudos a'l pleasant things rovL'o And call each roereaiion guilo, That's in a namo. Unconsciously they add to vioo Tho ploasantness of danger's spioo, And nastlncss turns into nice...

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SIFTING' S PANORAMA. WILLIAM TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

SIFTINCPS PANORAMA. 'WILLIAM .TELL. ' ' Hatred of tyrants was an actual passion with tho lato William Toll, of Switzerland. It was inborn. Ho began to denonnco them almost as Hoon as ho could talk. As a boy ho annoyed them in overy possiblo way. A very pcacofnl and unobtrusive tyrant, who lived noxt door, was r.nmiinllnrl if* Tnrwm l*\ nvm4-lm« nn!nI, bourhood to escapo his persecutions. So it happened that when ho camo to bo a man this aversion had in creased to a perfect mania with him. No mattor how exemplary a citizs.: tho tyrant might be, how good to b-i s family, how kind and holpful to his neighbours, how rogular in his atten dance at church, when Tell found him out he had to git. Not content with making lifo a burden to tyrants in his own neigh bourhood, he hunted them dovi a in other and sometimes distant locali ties. His namo got to bo a terror to them. If a tyrant's littlo children woro naughty or disobedient, all that was necessary to say was, ' Toll is coming !' and the...

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PARSON WHANGDOODLE BAXTER' S TEMPERANCE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

PAKSON WHANGD00DLE BAX TER'S TEMPERANCE TALK. ? v ? ' Hit am my sacred duty, as pasturo ob dis heah Bluo Light Tabernacle, ter warn dis heah congrogashun ob de dangers ob makin' bonded vrar houses ob yorselfs i.i storin' away wine3 and lickers at dis seoson ob do yeah. Brudder Bones, yer knowa yer JUlliU HULL J. YVU1UO J Ul tUi UU &UU1 - ful of yer don't want ter share do fate ob dat poro brakesman ot do depot last week. Brother Bonos (rising to a pint or a pint and a half of order) — ' What doos yer moan, Parson Baxter, by dat ar insinivashun ?' Baxter — ' Dat pore brakesman cum ter his eond by being caught between do bumpers, and you am monkeyin' too much wid de flowin' bumpers for do good of yer healf . Deacon Snod grass, you ain't like a hoss.' Deacon Snodgrass — 'I don't aeo de pint, Parson Baxior.' Baxter — ' Half de time you aro so blind drunk yer can't soo nuffin1. Do reason you am not like a Iiorb, am berry plain. Yer can't mako a hoss drink, but almost anybody who ...

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THE REFEREE. AGENTS. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

THK:;.^^|litEEv ??.?':.?. r.Actasrrs. '???'' ?? ?' _.' ? CITY. ' Mm. Diwin, P.O. Stall '?! JS*' £' B'?'1' R7 ^orKot-strooi .P. Kirby, Mix-tot- street J. W. ri. O-* ico, iiarkot Buitdinira, Gcotgti'H. -o»i N.8.W. Book.UH Co Kip?.8troot M't v. , -? ?? Elizaboth-stroat ™-S'rb-''.1-apCuoe--.troot J. M'L?uKhl'. 857 Ueorgo-atroet H.W.^IpM 1 WMham.etrcot , D. Kol iw 'J-i. \ -lo ..i.-,troet Mrs. Miin- n~, 8 o. 'ou streot Mrs. B»Mo..i., i\; O.'or.l.st.-cct Mr. 0. W. Oil.- 0 oV juropt E.J.uiIa'i.. 1-0 0 Vd-strcot P. Wilhamn. CtcoWdatreot Liberator PnblJAing Co., Part.stroot N.8.W. Bool. »«ui Co., Railway Station Kod.e.n. Mrs. Hand, North Shoro Ferry Circular Quay. , „ ,.. SDEDPBAN. Asbfinia ... ... N.S.W. EookstaU-Co. .. ? G. Watson ? „ , -. ... C. Mitoholl Balmain ... ... H. tHt^ona, DasHmg. Rtrcot ... M.O. Purlill,llerton-str „' ... ... Ward, Evaaa-Btroet ?n- i' i. '.' ?' StronS. Darling-street BirkonhoaJ ... J. C»ole Burwood ; ? J) „. Turner _ ?? ? N.s.'W. iioolistau Co. Botany ... ... .T....

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HUNTER' S HILL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

HUNTER'S HILL BEOATTA. The efforts of soveral gentlemen on Hunter's Jlilt to get up u competition for sailing boats, to be sailed by owners and residents of the Hill, resultod in no less than sixteen boats ontaring. The com mittee divided the entries into two classes. First-class sailing boats who competed for a prize presented by Mr. T. Cuneo. The Guinevere, scratch, capsized, and the raco was won easily by tho Planet, owned by I. Cunoo. Guinessa, Buttercup, Lena, and Sylvia also started. . , ? ? ? Pleasure Boats, for a handsome trophy presented by Blr. W. .Korr. Nellie, 1' Waitangi, 2 ; Jane, 3. Violet, White'wings, Ixio, Eva, Comet, and Ida capsized. They did not finish.

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SAILING AND BOWING. BAILING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

SAILING AMD EoWlNO. SAILING NOTES. (By ' Backstay.') Tho Wollongong race ended badly in every respect, only ono boat finishing out of the four starters. In a race like this the wrong class of boats entered. Instead of tho half-deckers and six-tonners the larger boats ought to have] started. Tho Electra had entered, and was all ready, but her owner, Mr. Fitzharding, wisely decided not to go against tUo smaller -Annfo T fliiTiV if. will Vm n. lnno» tlmn ha. fore the same boats go again in ft similar ra-;£. I noticed, the Electra and Waitangi having a spin together tho other day, and it appeared to me that the former got tho best of it. I would like to see these two boats have a good long ocean contest. If they should meet I fancy Mr. Milson will have his work cut out to beat the yawl with pleasure sails. Only two of our clubs had an event on last Saturday, tho Balmain Sailing Club and the Sydney Amateur Canvas Dingy Club, and the competitors cannot grumble about insufficient wind. Thi...

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BOWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

EOWINS NOTES. (By 'Cornstalk.') The last word from Brisbane is to the effect that tho effort to promote an eight oar crew to compete in the Intercolonial contest in Sydney is a failure. A meeting was called of all interested, and it is said nobody turned up. By the Valetta to arrive here on Friday thera will bo two neat rowing shells of clinker make. One is for Beach and the other for Neil Mathesou, and both are a present from a Mr. Muir an earnest sup porter of both tho Australian scullers. Mr. E. I). Booth has been chosen stroke of the Victorian Eight, and Mr. Upward, as usual, coach. They dusiro the hour for the raco to be fixed so that the contestants will hot have to row against the tide. Tho last Victorian Eegatta resulted in a surplus of .£10. Not much, but better than a deficit. At a 'late meeting Mr. Barrows gave notice that the Yarra was becoming so noxious that it was necessary to bring the matter before Parliament. Tho Melbourne rowing men aro always in trouble over the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

BILIOUS SUFFERERS READ. ?Watebloo, Wo. 25 Botant Eoad (Syd ney), July 31, 1886.— I was taken very ill with biliousness and enlargement of tfl8 liver. The doctor, together with other remedies,, did me no good. I waa advisoa to try Warner's Safe Cure, and Warners Safe Pills. Tho first) done gavo relief,. and now, I thank God, I|can aay I am entirely cured, and shall always reoommend « a1' net's Safe Cura to lik,e sufferers. - 3&MUE& PE£BSON.»-Advt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 17 March 1887

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