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Ballarat Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Ballarat Meeting. Gn Monday next nominations are duo for ovents to be run at tho Uallarat Turf ' Club Autumn Meeting on Easter Monday, Tho Steeplechase is to be the attraction of the -mooting, 100 sots, being added to that event, -while 15 sovs. each is added to the Hurdle Hace :and the Easter Handicap,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Doncaster. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Doneaster. !Fhc Doneaster meeting will be held on Saturday, -when, in the absence of any counter attraction in the racing world, there is bound to be a big muster of metropolitan sports. 'There are 21 entries for the Hamilton Cnp, including Allander, Wairarapa, uceim, jving 01 tne west, irraiee, Jim Cain, Marquee, Woodbine, and Lady 'Wilson. Twenty-four have entered for the Racing Handicap, all those mentioned in tho Cup being nominated with the excep tion of ?Ocean. Both hurdle races have filled well, amongst tho names being' 'Wlialebono, Pride, JBnUarat, Spider, Star, Ocean, and Amateur. The 'weight* for the different events appear on Saturday.

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Sale of Navy Blue. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Sale of Navy Blue. Navy lilue, by Hornby — Malvina, was ?sold at lurk's Bazaar 011 Monday, and was purchased .by Mr. J. 1!. Scott for 21 guineas.

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A Well - deserved Fine. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

A Well-deserved Tine. C. Collins, '.the owner ot Little Jim, who wns entered for the Selling Hack Race/ at Cranbourne races, was called before the stewards' stand. He weighed out, went on tho course, came back and wished to withdraw Wis horse. He was asked for his reasons for desiring the withdrawal, and in answer he said he was of the wrong ago. The horse wos withdrawn, but the stewards inflicted a fme of J65 for the late scratch ing.

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BURRANGONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

BURRANGONG TURF CLUB. Following; are tho weights for tho two principal handicaps in connection with tiiis meeting, which commences on tho 24th inst. : — BURRANGONG TOWN PLATE HANDICAP— 1| milo. st. lb. st. lb. Peter ? 8 12 Wexford ... 8 0 Revenge t ... 8 6 Oddsteckings 7 11 Don Antonio ... 8 5 Drumstick ... 7 9 Elsio ? 8 2 Infidel ? 7 7 Trap ? 8 .2 Orm/ ... G 0 Hopeful ... 8 0 The Kid ... G 0 BURRANGON G TURF CLUB HANDICAP — 1£ mile. vSt. lb. st.lb. Thakambau ... 9 0 Oddstockings... 7 9 Peter ? 8 10 Drumstick ... 7 7 Revcngo ... 8 4 Infidel ? 7 5 Elsie ? 8 0 Stanhope ... G 12 Wexford ... 7 12 Mormon ... 6 7 Hopeful ... 7 12 Chummy ... G 0

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MURRURUNDI RACES. MURRURUNDI HANDICAP—2 miles. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

MURRURUNDI RACES. MURRURUNDI HANDICAP— 2 milos. st. b. st.lb. Malta ? 8 5 Arrow ? 6 9 Rajah ? 7 10 Hunter ? 6 9 Music ? 7 9 Roxanna ... 6 7 Priam ? 7 9 Kato ? G 0 Lauristina ... 7 7 Lady Luna ... 6 0 Sunbeam ... 7 3 PUBLICANS* purse— H milo. st.lb. st.lb. Malta ? 8 7 Hunter ? 6 11 Rajah ? 7 12 Roxanna ... 6 9 Music ? 7 11. Olivette ... 6 4 Priam ... ... 7 11 Kate ... ... G 2 Lauristina ... 7 6 Lady Luna ... 6 2 , Sunbeam ... 7 5 Signal ... ... 6 0 I Arrow ? 6 11

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MOREE RACES. TATTERSALL 'S HANDICAP- 14 Mile. at [?] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

' MOREE RACES. I TATTERBALL'S HANDICAP— li mile. Bf 1U at. Ifv Bonnio Boo ... 8 12 Oddfellow ... 6 12 Fair Ellen ... 8 8 Brccza ? 6 12 Careless ... 8 6 Sistor Annie ... Gil Bulgoa ? 8 0 Malta (M'Pher Adjidomo ... 7 10 son's) ... 6 8 Oakwood ... 7 10 Molroso ... 6 7 Fenella ... 7 10 Partridgo ... G G LauriHtintv ... 7 8 Stout ? 6 4 TH-inlr ?nprnnn 7 R Tnfnn* C 9. CapricomuR ... 7 2 llosobud ... G I Speculation ... G 12 MOREE RACE CLUB HANDICAP— li milo. st.lb. st.lb. Bonnio Beo ... 8 10 Capricornus ... 7 0 Fair Ellen ... 8 5 Sampson ... 6 12 Careless ... 8 4 Speculation ... G 10 Bulgoa ? 7 12 Oddfollow ... 6 10 Adjidoino ... 7 8 Post Boy ... G 10 Fonolla ... 7 8 Brcczo ? 6 10 Oakwood ... 7 8 Sister Annie ... 6 9 Midnight ... 7 7 Molroso ... G 5 Laurfcthuv ... 7 6 Partridgo ... 6 4 Black Demon... 7 6 Stout ? 6 2 Buckthomo ... 7 2 Rosobnd ... 6 0

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DENILIQUIN RACES. DENILIQUIN J. C. SIRES' PRODUCE STATES, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

DENILIQUIN. RACES. ? DEN1LIQUIN J.C. SIRES* PRODUCE STAKES. 1889. Mr. G. C. Jeflrey s b f, by Meteor— Actress Mr. M. Dowliug's b c, by Meteor— dain by Touch stone Mr. J. Postletliwaito's b c, by Meteor!— dam by Alarm Mr. J. M'Crno'B b f, by Lotliair— La Belle Mr. G. Ashcroft's b or br f, by Hercules— unknown Mr. G. Asbcroft*s ch e, by Hercules— Fairytale Mr. G. Ashcroft's br or bk f, by Horculos — un- known Mr. G. Aehcroft'e blk or br f, by Hercules— Pre- mier mare Mr. ,T. Dowohoe's b or br c, by Hercules— unknown Mr. M. Power's ch c, by Hercules— Dolo mare Mr. W. J. M'Kee's brc, by Alarm — Zebra Mr. W . M'Carthy's br c. by Spark— Katio Darling Mr. T. B. Curacs' ch c, by Yarragon— Mirth ' Mr. J. Lgc'h b or br c, by Spark— Maggie Lauder Mr. W. F. Robertson's b or br c, by Troubadour— unknown Mr. 'W. F. Robertson's tjc, by Troubadour, by Bryan O'Lynn Mr. W. Mackenzie's br c, by Albury— Legacy Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lotliair— Barmaid Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lotliair— Peerless Mr. J. Cnp...

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MUDGEE TATTERSALL 'S CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

MUDGEE TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. The following handicaps have been declared for the two principal races, to bo run on tho 23rd and 24th inst., in oennoction with tho Mudgee Tattorsall's Club Races : — MUDGEE TATTERBALL's HANDICAP— milo. st. lb. st.lb. Comus ? 8 4 Beggarman ... 6 12 Aga ? 8 0 Coriso and Gold 6 11 Willeroo ... 7 .12 Tristan ... G 9 Victory ... 7 10 Granny ... G 7 Sentenco ... 7 5 Jollity ? G 4 Maid of tho Lako 7 2 Terminus ... G 2 Little Dick ... 7 0 Signa ? G 0 Lord Clifdon ... G 12 Homo Rule ... 6 0 cudgegong handicap— 1 milo 3 furlongs. st.lb. st.lb. Comus ? 8 7 Clarendon ... 6 12 Aga ? 8 2 Tristan ... G 11 Willeroo ... 8 0 Granny ... 6 , 7 Victory ... 8 0 Jollity ? 6 4 Sentenco ... 7 9 Queen Victoria 6 4 Maid of tho Lako 7 5 Terminus ... 6 3 Little Dick ... 7 2 Signa ? 6 0 Lord Clifdon ... 7 0 Littlo Noll ... 6 0 Beggorman ... 7 0 Homo Rule ... G O Cerise and Gold 6 13

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

SPORTING NEWS. Mr. Davicl Underwood, of Quirindi, had the misfortune on Wednesday last to lose his splendid draught stallion Davie, who died very suddenly. The Murtie Point races were brought to a successful issue on Friday last. Friend less annexed the Maiden Plate, Deceiver the Murtie Point- Handicap, and Hard Times the Open Handicap. The threatened iietion by Mr. 'William Stuart against the Dunedin Jockey Club to recover a wager appears to have ended in smoke, as he had not issued the summons up to the departure of the last mail boat. The Hon. W. A. Long, the owner of Abner, concurs with the decision of the Victorian judge in the Newmarket, and is of opinion that his horse was fairly beaten. He was in a good position to see the finish, and is perfectly sntisneu. While the Napier (N.Z.) races were being held a man crawled under the fence on the running track, when ono of the horses trod on his ear, cutting it clean off. Medical assistance was immediately pro cured, and the member ...

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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Canterbury park races. The following are tho entries: — Flying Handicap, G furlongs. — Ivy, Simon, Jollity, Roslyn, Lady Marion, Sentence, Goldlake, Necklace, Leumeah, Chartroux, Hopeful, Sawdust, Glen Elgin, First Game, Wanda, Recruit, Aristocrat. The Prince qv Wales Stakes, 7 fur longs. — Pirate, Prince Regent, Sir Edward, Sir Garnet, First Demon Tindorbox, Rosary, Goodluck, Pilot, Purfieot, Irish Queen, Pre sentation, The Park Stakes, 7 furlongs. — Ivy, Simon, Jollity, Cullodcn, Home Rule, Creamy Jack, bf by Julian Avenal, Brittania, Lady Yattendon, Carainana, Jackson, Smith O'Brien, Zampa, Cerise and Gold, Rosary, ALeieebce, iiuttcrcup, (Jiiatreux, Southerly Buster, Seclusion, Fernlcigli, Jeremy Diddler, Malicho, Mahdi, Miranda, Dova, Scatterfield. The Canterbury Handicap, 1 milo 1 furlong. — Euroclydon, Toorale, Laguna, Jollity, Dreamer, Elsie, Thakambau, Van guard, Pirate. Tristan, Pinkie, Sentence, Lady Marion, Chesham, Lady Durham. Gold lako, Leumeah, Chatreux, Hopeful, Glen...

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MORNING GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

MORNING GALLOPS. Yesterday morning was by no means one that would tempt many to visit Rand wick. Towards the break of day a strong breeze was blowing, and the sky was heavily laden with large black watery looking clouds. Nothing daunted, how ever, most of the trainers came down early in order to get a gallop and have done with, while others, whose business de manded their presence at Mudgee to-day and to-morrow, got through their work as [ early as possible in order to get away. De Courcey was first to set the ball rolling, with the Beauclerc colt and Sling (two of Fielder's), who were sent at half pace. — - ... ? 1 Tristan and Lancer then came for similar work. Then caine Soldier's Wind, looking hearty and well, but he was only allowed to follow suit. The best gallop of the morning was the next, between Aberdeen, Lava, and Per fume, who ran five furlongs in lmin. Osec., a truly excellent performance, as the going was extremely heavy. Mazeppa cantered alone, ditto Hopeful. Yetuian w...

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HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. Tho following woignts nave uuuu uu clsred : — tiie p.owley mile, Bt. lb» fit. lb. Honeydcw .»» 8 10 Tho Felen ... 7 2 Fraucl ? 8 G Major ... 7 2 Blairgowrie ... 8 4 Soldier Boy ... 7 2 Aimer ? 8 4 Invader ... 7 0 Ravensworth ... 8 2 Matador ... 6 12 Dagobert ... 8 0 Victory ... G 12 Chesham ... 7 12 Gapsy'sWarnuigG 12 Spoilt Child 7 10 Honoycomb... G 10 Ivingsgrovo ... 7 8 First Gamo ... 0 10 Phaon ? 7 8 Alma ? G 8 Folly ? 7 8 Peeress ... G 6 Tamarisk ... 7 G Auray ... G 4 The Nun ... 7 6 Bullion ... G 4 Stanloy ? 7 G Coriso and Gold G 2 Centaur ? 7 G 'Frisco ... G 2 Figtree ? ? 7 4 Esperanco ... G 0 Goldlako ... 7 4 SoutherlyBustor6 0 Lonmeah ... 7 4 Tooralo ... G 0 Straight Shot ... 7 2 THE HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDICAP— I 1£ milo. I st. lb. st. lb. rom Brown ... 8 12 Aga ? G 12 rho Jowol ... 8 8 Goldlako ... G 12 Honoydow ... 8 G Sorella... ... 6 10 Fraud ? 8 2 Tho Orphan ... G 10 Kitawa ... 8 0 ThoWrcck ... 6 9 Ravensworth... 7 12 Tho Felon ... ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

P. J. MALONEY, WINNER OF THE BOTANY HANDICAP.

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ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUBAUTUMN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN HANDICAP. Tho following Arc tho gonoral entries for tho meeting, whieh commences 011 Saturday, April 9, and will be continued ®n tho follow ing Monday, Thursday, and Saturday : — First Day— Saturday, Aphid 9. ? Hurdle Race, of S soys, each and 150 fipvs, added; s^cpnd, 25 sovs. 2 i miles,— Scoboloff,' Society, Glciuluart, Croawy Jack, Lady Durham, Gobolion, Bullion, Dragon, Despatch, Ravcnsvforth, Caloola, Specula lion, Quong Tart, Drmdreary, Pnrflwt, Sweot heart, Omeo. Tom Brown, Postal, Whilcfoot, CarissSma, Unique, Balmoral. ATJT13MN SfXlfKS, of 10 bo?s. with 200 : pccond, 50 rovr. li mile. — CroKfifirt\ Chesham, Fraud, Ifonoyacw, Tho ?Towel. Volcano, Blairpowrie, KingHtfrove, Tamarisk, Mozart, Lord Wilton, NelHon. Doxcastf.r Handicap, of 5 hovr. cach, with £n0 rovr. added ; ficeond, 50 fovr. 1 mile.— -Yellow Jacket, Aimer, Chesham, MyfcTl Kinp. Ka 7 ens worth, Kuroclydon, j Tha^wnbau, Folly, Hexham, Halcyon, Keith, ! Ma...

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P. J. MALONEY. THE WINNER OP THE TENTH SIB. JOSEPH BANKS SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

P. J. MALONEY THE 'WINNER OP THE TENTH SIS JOSEPH BANKS SHEF FIELD. The subject of this sketch was born in West Melbourne, Victoria, and on Slay 0 will be 21 years of age. He is a boot maker by trade, and assists bis father in their business in West Melbourne. When a boy he won some five races, but it was nnf. till St. Pntvu'k'a T)av twelve months that be first essayed an attempt among adult sprinters. I11 the St. Patrick's Day Handicap, of £20, at the Friendly Socie ties' Grounds, Melbourne, he received 14yds., and won. Charlie Bishop was scratch man on 2yd3. A fortnight after wards ho won tho £100 Hnrlingiiam Han dicap off the 15yds. mark, covering 125yds. in 12Jsec. Tom ? Gagan was scratch man oh the - 10yds. In the subsequent Hurlingliam, won by M'Lcod, (the aboriginal), Maloney obtained fourth, and ho was also'foiirtli in the Hurlingham, £70, won by W. Green. Maloney was on 5.Vyds., and Millard, who was disqualified in the first Carrington, was in the same handicap on 10yds. Ev...

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CYCLING. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

CYCLING. March. 26— Melbourne Bicycle Club, Molbourno C'riokot Ground. April. 1G, 23, 30— Victorian Cycling Union Sports, Warehousemen's Ground.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

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THE GUN. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

? THE GUN. March. 20— Gun Club Cup (third competition). Apbjl. . 6— Goullmrn match, £100. All matches nine birds. 12— N. S. W. Gun Club Handicap, of £210.— Entries, April 6 : handicaps, April 9.

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QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

QUESTION BOX. RnADKit.— ' The namo given to tko Darobin-Habeua colt is Ualgon. Taiuplat.— Wo arc not in possession of the Secre tary's address. C. Ross. — We 'believe tlmt Bulmoral wis novcr beaten in a hurdle race. Your other question will receive attention next week. A. BrnsE.— Would you please inform mo Through your jmper which of the runners in the final heat of the last Sir Joseph Bunks' Handicap was put hack ono yard? T. Qeddes only. It.I.H. ask: — Did Sardonyx start in H ?*'''03bury Handicap won by Ad Valorem ; and h / many starters in t-lmt raco? Yes; Sard -uvx was second, and Willeroo third. Seven stnrtcd, viz,., Ad Valorem, Sardonyx, Willoroo, Fell Moll, Balmoral, Soldier Boy, and Royal Blend. Constant Readbk.— Q. T1i-3 exact diiFeronce of time between Sydney and Melbourne ? A. Twenty-three minutes. Q. Tho average time of Manly by steamer between Svdney and Manly? A. Forty-two minuter. Q. Was Governor Loch, of .Victoria, ever in Sydney ? A. Yes. S.M.. GAimuNfJA.—If a man i...

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