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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
WISE ANB OTHERWISE. When a man gets to be a leader of work ing-men he is ablo to quit work. The bass drum is tho real drum major of every well-regulated militury band. Somo people aro disappointed in love, and a good many more aro disappointed in marriage. A sliop-liftor is not one who lifts a shop, but one who lifts what is in tho shop. This is an example of the beauty of the English language. Thoro was a wickod Thomas oat Who soro annoy did givo Unto a man of bric-a-brac, Who on his toil did livo. Ono day this man of bric-a-bac, , When placod upon tho rack, Did smito that folino with a brio In hopes his back might brao But it didn't. . It wasn't that ' Kind of a back. 'I hope.'.Jolinny,' said tho ? Sunday school tcacher to' lier now scholar, 'tlmt your parents arp good Christians.' ' Well, ma is,' replied Johnny, 'an' pa ussd to be, but I guess ho is a little out of practice now.' Sho can't fall out of tho hammock now, For tho hammock soason's past, And sho can't fall out of tho r...
WITH SOCK AND BUSKIN [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
WITH SOCK ANB BUSKIN George Herbert's Dumby-dgies is vory highly spoken of. * ? # '?* . .1 j J. K. Emmet is doing New, York in his new version of Fritz,' Our Cousin German. Ho has also three now comedies. * * ' Hugo and his troupe of Buffalo Sero naders aro in Sandhurst, where thoy opened fire on Saturday week at St. James' Hall. Kellar, the magician who came out to Australia with Lirin' Look, the fire-eater, Yamadevah, and.Curiard, ia.now.travelling N.Y. managing his' own concern. / ? .. Harbour Lights had the most successful run any play has ever had in tho city of Boston, recording 137 performances. The receipts for the last two performances were enormous, amounting to over 2-lOOdols. * # * Tho Dan Barry Dramatic Company opened in Sandhurst last Monday to the largest house known for years, monoy being refused at their doors. In the pro duction of Snared military realism was carried to t'.ie extent of cannons being brought on tho stage and fired. # * * ' Each Lord of Ruddygore, V ...
GUNDAGAl RACES. First Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
GUNDAGAI RACES. First Day. Following aro the results of tho Gnndagai mooting: — Maiden Plate. — Paulino, Chnmmy. J.C. Handicap. — Infidol and Glenvalo ran a dead heat for first placo. Auction Raco. — Littlo Jimmy, Kilvardo, Modina. Flying Handicap. — Count, Veronica,. Chummy. St. Patrick's Day Handicap. — Infidel,. Revenge, Queen. Second Day. Tho attendance was about tho same as tho previous day, and tho races resulted as follows : — ? Ladies Pnrso. — Prudence, Queen, Duchess. Princo of Wales. — Sundown, Hope, Little Jimmy. Town Plate, — Infidol, Glenvale. Hack Race.— Miss Livingstone, Golddust, Whalebone. Hurry Skurry.— Golddust, Pilgrim, Farmer. Forced Handicap.1 — Wexford, Prudence, Titus.
DONNYBROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
DONNYBROOK RACES. The Donnybrook races at West Maitland did not attract a largo attendance. The Opening Handicap fell to Doubtful; Hack Race, Patsy Bolivar, Donnybrook Handicap, Doubtful; Flying Handicap, V.I. ; nndi the Forced produced a doad lioat between Doubt ful and Prospor, when thoir owners divided.
ALBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
ALBURY RACES. Tho first day of tho Albury meeting took placo on Wodnosday, with tho following re sults : — Hurdlo Raco. — Invictus, 1 ; Triokett, 2 ; Escape, 2. Selling Raco. — Fair Saxon, 1 ; Omadhaun, 2 ; Poarley, 3. Mares' Produce.— Britanus, 1 ; Brenda, 2 ; Jack tho Giant Killer, 3. Tho Albury Cup. — Beeswing, 1 ; Abuse, 2-1 Allander, 3. Gonoo, Dagon. Black Diamond, Socioty, Ailsa, Odd Stockings, Halloween, Hartington, and River Bello started. Won by a length. Ladies' Bracelet. — Fair Saxon, 1 ; Malone, 2 ; Paladin, 3. Maiden Plato. — Ambition, 1 ; Jack tho Giant Killer, 2 ; Moscow, 3. Second Day. Two-yoar-old Handicap. — Ambition, 1 ; Brenda, 2 ; Sowar, 3. Princo of Wales. — Malono, 1 ; Postboy, 2 ; Fair Queen, 3. St. Patrick's Handicap. — Beeswing, 1 5 Rhetorician, 2 ; Abuso, 3. Steoplechaso. — Trickott, 1.; Lotitia, 2 ; Sir Henry, 3. ./ Flying Handicap. — Kildare, 1 j Society, 2 ; Morecuu, 2. Flutter. — Dagon, 1 ; Genoe, 2 ; Hal loween, 3.
BETWEEN DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
BETWEEN BRINKS. A contemporary announces that in its next issue an interesting paper on the ' Discovery o£ fossils' will appear. Has the management sent a special reporter to the Legislative Council? # # * Mayor Riley proposes to float a loan to erect homes for the poor of tho city. Any ono who proposes to excrciso charity in a ?wholesale way hero will probably have to float alone. We have too many schemes on hand for doing honour to the rich to think much about what wo ought to do for the poor. It matters littlo, Eiloy, how tlio poor aro housed or fed, If you would foist tliom on tlio State, 'tworo bettor tlioy woro doad ; What matter though they lack a homo, and liavo not food to oat. !Cho polico will furnish thorn with both if found upon tlioir boat. You should not intorforo with tliom because, doar sir, yon roo You'll miss yoHv chance of knighthood in this yoar of Jubilee ; Pray practise as somo other men li-vro (lone, the way to do Such things as please tho great of o;vrth, in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
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ELSTERNWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
ELSTERNWBCK RACES. Following aro tho results : — Erin Hurdle Raco. — Loporolla, 9st. 121b. (King), 1 ; Moolgai, 9st. 101b. (Batty), 2 ; Spartan, lOst. (Gardiner), 3. Shamrock Handicap .— Beckwith , Gst. 41b. (Bence), 1 : Success, Gst. 131b. (O'Connor), 2 ; Vascosa, 8st. 131b. (Irving). 3. Handicap Trot, 3 miles.— Maude 111. (Cupitt), 1 ; Lcithamstead (Brennan), 2 ; Waltor Scott (Quinn), 3. Time, 9min. 12^sec. St. Patrick's Steoplechaso. — Misfortune, 9st. 71b. (Gardiner), 1 ; Banker, lOst. 101b. (Batty), 2 ; Tandsticker, lOst. (Anderson), 3. Selling Raco. — Stafford, Gst. 21b. (Har greavos), 1: Sorcerer, Gst. 21b. (Tomlin), 2; Ghost, Gst. 21b. (Benco), 3. The winner was bought in for .£110. Shareholders' Cup. — Lara, Gst. 71b. (Tom lin), 1 ; Mcnotti, Gst. 41b. (Redfearn); 2; Kohai, 9st. 21b (Robertson), 3.
GRENFELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
GRENFELL RACES. Tho Grenfcll races wero brought to a suc cessful issue sinco our last publication. Re sults : — First Day^ Maiden Plate. — Snowdrop, 1 ; Rinaldo, 2 : Queen of Diamonds, 3. A protestjwas entered against the winner. : . Selectors' Purse.— -Leo, 1 : Bago, 2 ; Fair Boy, 3. ' * -: Town Plate. — Potor, l ; Redeemer, 2; Bees wing, 3. Handicap Trot. — Crow, 1 ; Dolly, 2. Members' Purso.— Beeswing, 1 ; Qneen of Diamonds, 2. .d , Soiling Hack Race. — Nolly, 1 ; Exeter, 2. Second Day. Flying Handicap.— Englo Maid, 1 ; Leo, 2 ; Bargo, 3. Gronfoll Handicap. — Petor, 1 j Redeemer, 2 ; Lady Isabel, 3. Tho Bracelot. — Redeemer, 1 ; Queen of Diamonds, 2. ?? Forced Handicap. — Redeemer, !; Leo, 2; Rinaldo, 3.
Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
Training' Noted. Matters on the training track aro as dull as those in the 'betting room s, but ' both at Fleniington and Canlfield the horsc3 located are doing useful work. The Fleniington traek-3 have been hardened1 by the recent hot weather. Acolyte has been added to W. Glass . cock's string, l'he son of Nevrminster has just come down from the Wangaratta UI31I1UU, iUUl IUUKB CI|UIU w kuuu tion. ?, On' the tracks at Fleniington The Lcvite, Yattendon, and Lord Wilton are doing steady work. I'ercliance goes very ? sore. Strongbow, Gazelle, Hortense, and Success do useful work. Fair Saxon is looking well after his . Alb'.iry victories. He has joined Coifey's string. Allander, Sardius, and .Saturn are doing strong work, while Atlas, J3»riiiill, aud ? Couritgcare taking serviceable exercise. Lotliair, Harvester, Harridan, Derision, and Golden liuttorlly put in long steady - work. Patience, Tandstieker, and Progress (alee lialf-pace exorcise. Vaseo and Chrono graph do some fast work. St...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
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CAERINGTON HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
CARRINGTON HANDICAP. iholnJn.1 80C0!'J EJoot Ll-ht Handicap accont for a Vhowfi rnnnors over ^own to 10? T „ received, namoly, uift of all tlio wet weather an^ tnZ onO1atSyStkOoi0?° Pfe0pl° thn (?'m ! minutes after 8 o'clock before of the fiiLf1WaS,1'D?- P'r''P «'« running ot the first four heats the hVht sliono -with great brilliancy, but then all ofl S,™ ffCWK- Z = stand wero loft m most abject darkness and and With the utmost goo d order, cveryon^ in '4r «^^ness,°Sv°eI jicrc and there by a fimoker n lighted matnh After waiting m tho nneventful eoiiditioii named for about half an hour tho liirtt reao peared as spasmod'eally as it left. The rost of the heats were hurriedly gone thromrii for fear tho I](fht should nKain fail, 'lr0','' lor Hie bettini' was not very snirited. Imf; th* nf thJtJ . Z °L evcnin»rwastlie defeat ™f tLI . rcn; ,Tho committco had not time enough to deal with tlio matter on the ground, but it is believed that some b° Voth Samuels and popular! CMlly' anu tllei'...
Caulfield News. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
Caulfield News. Caulfield news is to the effect that .Pastoria, the winner of the District Han dicap at J£yneton, lias gone into J. Harper, jun.'s, stihle. .Approbation has been added to Kelly's ?string. L. Thomas has a couple or hunters, :Bn dge and Baldy, in good serviceable iwork. Carter lias another addition to his team in.Idalia. Manxman lias gone into preparatory ?work again. iFaro, in the some stable, is showing a good deal of improvement. New York, The Wave and Alexandra are doingithe paddock. There are a good few yearlings about ? Caulfield, some of whom aro undergoing .preliminary exercise. A colt by Bosworth, nnd a filly by Liberator, 111 Bcnce's charge, .and a coltiby Neckcrsgat, and full brother to Epicurean, in 'I!. .Tones' string, being the most noticeable at present.
LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
LIVERPOOL RACES. Tho above jockoy clnb held a day's racing on Thursday last. Tho weather was oppres sively warm, but it did not dotor tho public from putting in a largo appearance. Tho racing was good, and tne finishes in soveral oases close and exciting, while tho secretary and other officials gave general satisfaction. By tho dual victory of Basil in the selling races, tho club gained X175^ as tho horse was entered 111 Dotn iiismmouh ior mi. j-uuulbu race on the programme was tho Hurdlo, for * which six faccd tho starter, and after Gobo lion coming down, and Deception and Pur fleet running round the obstacle at the back of tho courso, which loft old Scoboloff a long way in tho load, he was declared an easy , winner, though Creamy Jack mado a great run. Necklace was served up a warm favour ite for tho Rose Handicap and justifiod the confidence reposed in hor by her friends, as j she wont to tho front oarly in th? raco and I stopped there until tho finish. Chartrcux made a great eff...
MOLONG RACES. First Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
IVSO&.ONG RACES. First Day. Jj lying Handicap. — Barney, 1 ; Letter, 2. Ladies' Bracolot. — Lindosfarn, 1 j Misfor tune, 2. Publicans' Handicap. — Boarding Soliool Miss, 1. Auction. — Stoelrail, 1 ; Athelia, 2. Railway Handicap. — Drummer Boy, 1 , Liborto, 2 ; Syd, 3. Second Day. Short's Handicap. — Rowona, 1 ; Misfortuno, ^ Novol Selling Race. — Atholia, 1 ; Manildra, Molong J .C. Handicap. — Drummer Boy and Libortd ran a doad heat. Stewards' Purse. — Syd, 1 ; Lindosfarn, 2, Forced Handicap.— Syd, 1 j Prunella, 2,
GLEN INNES RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
GLEN INNES RACES. First Day. Annexation Handicap. — ICatio, 1 j Butter fly, 2 ; Slondor, 3. Boothholdorfl' Gift,— Gold Dust, 1 ; Bonnio Boo, 2 ; Barnoy, 3. Glen Innos Cup. — Emerald, 1 ; Minorah, 2 ; Freo Solnctor, 3. Fornlea, Ajax, Sorolla, Bay ' Dot, Sloth, Vain Hope, Malta, Coronation, and Midnight started. Ladios' Mile. — Elcho, 1 ; Bonnio Beo, 2 j rricolor, 3. Spccial Plato.— Coroban, 1; Wah, 2; Bay Dot, 3. Second Day. Jurracabad Stakes.— African, 1; Lavender, 2 ; Tomki, 3. Dibb'rt Plato.— Sloth, 1 ; Wah, 2 ; Gloire Do Diion, 3.| ' ' ' Maiden Hack Raco. — Littlo John, 1. President's Purse.— Katio, 1 : Leinster, .2 ; Bonnio Bee, 3. ' : Separation Handicap. — Sloth, 1;. Ajax, 2 j Minorah, 3.
ELECTRIC LIGHT HANDICAP. SECOND NIGHT. Dishonest Running and Intriguing Rampant. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
ELECTRIC MGHT HANDICAP. SECOND NIGHT. Bislxoueat Running anil Intriguing: Rampant. On account of tho rain on Monday ni^ht tho continuation of the running of tlic hcatn of tho lirst round wan pontponod to Tuesday evening. The night was cool aud very favour ablo, and the Ifaht was brighter, perhaps, than ever. The attendance, however, wii' not larfje, and there were not moro than 1500 on the trronnd any part of the nii'lit. The first, but not the greatest Hurpnse of the evening, was thft unexpected downfall of liiblmrd. The more lie tried the slower he nueinod to ruu. aud evidently the short price of \ to 1 on did uot make him run fast. Tom Collins ran in tine ntyle, and won hi* beat very easily in 14 1 Pearson though put back a yard wan never asked to run, and from the easy way he ran and kept himself together, he muKt at present be con sidered a little dangerous. F. A. Drown was never a^ked to show Jiis hand, and from tho easy way he played with hi« men, must havea mortgage on the h...
KILDARE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887
KILDARE RACES Tho Kildare races wore very successful, and tho attendanco good. Six events were con tested for, which rcsultod as follows :— Flying Stakes. — Storm, 1 ; Chatterbox, 2 ; Magnet, 3. Railway Handicap. — Mavourneen,' 1 ; Belmoro, 2 ; Signal, 3. ' ' Blacktgwn Handicap.— Navigation,- 1 ? Groenmonnt, 2 ; Signal. 3. . : ? Galloway Race. — Kitty, 1 j Magnet, 2 ; Raven, 3. ' ? . \ . Selling Race. — Greenmount, 1 ; Signal, 2; Vixon, 3. Welter Handicap. — Storm, 1 : Claymore, 2 ; Mavourneen, 3»S7noom SSHS U.t„ - ?