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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

itOWING NOTES. (By ' CoitNSTALK.' t ®)n Tuesday tiie two beautifin eedliii bvmts presented hy Mr. Muir wuru-lianded o«er to William 3Beacli and NeiliMattensoa. TSiey are both built by Clospery.uiid are the best shells over seen in Australia.. Mr. Muii was niii.Dy years ago lessee of' tJie Belmore Hotel, but is now. in. England | connected wits the Standaml whiskey. I At present, cnariie juauoreon is-iraining from the E:i ^ Sydney sheds,, but during the week wail take his cfiartcrs upon the Parramatl i'j. What with Niuilsan and Matterson, and the. lil'tuorous rowers en tered for the Davis, limdicap. pjriictising ou the river, the old Parramatta will be as lively as. when Hanl!i:«- was h«». On Snjurday next,.tlif.' Ballejkin Itowing Club l',old their asfliial regatta. It is expcctyxt there will;l)e some-|ip-xl sport. Tho East Sy,d-*y liowing Club hold their regatta on Saturday, April 2. The programme i)icl.'»(les two open races, Maiden Fours, awl outrigger for- those who have never st...

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

HANDSOME PRIZES. It will be seen by our adrestising columns that the New South Wales &uu Club have ofl'ered in all JC240 for a monster pigeon shooting haudicap. Besides there will be a trophy, valued at i!20, for the winner. This is about the largest prize over offered in t..e colonics for anything ot the kind, nnd it is expected that entries will be received from everywhere 111 Aus tralia. Pigeon-shooting lias become very popular throughout, and somo of the country towns have as good and cortain giinnei'3 as the cities. The attention ot allshootists is directed to the competitions I in the adrertisement.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT IN NEWCASTLE. Newcastle, Monday. Our Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

SPORT ir NEWCASTLE. (MtOM OUE GW3 CORRESPONWSNT.) Newcastle, Moftday. Our Sotting. Bettinvi'hero on the Hawkesbury han dicap ano! Sydnoy Cnp is somewhat brisk. Tamarisk and Figtree have the call ioS the first cve&t, and Nelscn for the Cup. lis doubles Tawirisk and Abuse have beett taken. Bookmakers say tlxefc these events this year are Jfoductive of more interest than has beeis the case for many years post. What M'Caffrltv thinks of Connor's Martin M'Caffrty, who assisted in train 'iH!F Jack Connor for his mnvteh with J Cannon, arrived in '.Newcastle on iinturday morning. He states that ho ne^er wit ntrssetl a more interesting match during liS-'oaneer as a wrestler. Prom the irst to t'J'.''liiBt, he says, the tUiraggle was rsu up hallione, but it was appwent (to liim)l that Jir-jtMs' pluck and defiimination vtould carry liim through successfully. LA'ttug liis Btay in ttlc sister coldmy, M'Ca fl' Wy himself wanted1 to come totejms fer a imitcli with Dinnie, Hnncasliire style,...

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SMOKERS. v. NON - SMOKERS. Phenomenal Scoring. The Game of the Season. A Great Record for First-class Match. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

SMOKERS, v. NON-SMOKERS. Phenomenal Scoring. The Oame of the Season. Xl Great Record for First-class Matcli. Tho matoli Sinokc-s v. Non-Smokors, which was substituted for tho final match ? i England v. Combined Australia, which fell ' ' through on account of tho inability of tho 'prominent leading players of Now South v '?' . Wales being unablo to got away, lias now bo ' comb a rocord which will romain a matter of ti'- cricket history for years to como. Tho re — sulttrom a pecuniary poult ui w..« mm » »v disheartening failure for tho first two days (Friday and Saturday) at least. Boyle captainod tlio Smokers, and losing tho toss, Shrewsbury, tlio captainof tlio Non Suiokors, doeided to go to tlio wickots first. Boyle and his army entored tlio arena ' armod to tho toeth,' oacli and ovoiyono puff ins a oigar of colanial manufacture (tlio pro tectionist's standard no doubt), but irarao. diatoly tho business of the day commenced all ' butts' and ' stumps ' wero east aside, and tho game ...

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Belvidere v. University. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Belvidere v. University. Tlio above match was resumed on Saturday last under exceptionally unfavourable circumstances for the unfortunate 'Varsities. The light was bad and almost unfit for cricket, to add to this the trees around the southern fence mad) it almost iinpos Bible for the barsinen at the northern wicket to cateli sight of tho ball. Mr. Allen declares that he novcr saw the ball that took his wicket after it entered the- shade of the trees until it shattered his timbers. Sawdust was in great demand at both ends. At tbo start of the play on Saturday last the game stood all agswnst the Universities, as their opponents uad amassed 279 runs, while they Imd lost four wickets for 103 runs, and after the- beavv ranis timo tell ror two days previous to- Saturday last, the wickots were anything but favourable for the batsmen who had to come. Tlrn'minngs^vn* c-mtimicd at 2.30, but. be fore an Iwmr the last, wioket of tho 'Varsities fell for the small total of 137 rails, Crane being ...

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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN S. T SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN fi.T SAND HURST . Tho Englishmen arrivod at Sandhurst on Tuesday, and started thoir match against Eighteon of Bondigo distriot. Tho locals wont to tho wickots first and romainod thoro for tho day, losing twolvo wickots for 235 runs. Boylo, not out, 41, and Connolly, not «ut, 5, roBumod tho play on Wednosday morning, but tlio latter way soon dismissod boforo addiug to his total. Boylo, however, playod oxcel lontly, and had put 115 opposito his name whon Shorwin caught him o* Scotton's bowling. Tho Bendigo's innings olosod for 31G runs Tho Englishmen then commenced1 thoir in nings, and when timo was up bed lost six mon for 283 runs, Maurico Road having inado 147 by sterling cricket. Scores: — EIGHTEEN' OF BENDIGO. Pearce, c Sherwin, b Lohmann ? 0 Lederman, c Scotton, b Barlow ? I V Geo. Mackay, c Sherwin b Brigg-* 31 Harry, c and b Brings ? 15 Boswick, b Briggs ? f ? -3 ' Tatchell, e Shrewsbury, b Briggs ... o Solomon, c Shrewsbury, b Briggs ... 0 Bayliss, c Sherwin...

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NATAL AND MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

NATAL AND MILITARY. The arrangements for the continuous training of the permanent and volunteer military forces of the colony, which takes place during Easter week, appear to be the all-absorbing topic in military circles. A general order was issued from the military staff office on Friday last, setting forth all transport arrangements, and the times for departures of steamers and trains. Tenders were called for during tho week for provisioning the troops in camp j also for the conveyance of baggage and camp equipment and other matters. As was expected, Mr. J. Kid man has again been the successful ten derer, and if he gives the same amount of satisfaction ns he did last year there will be no cause to grumble. The contractors for cartage is not yet an established fact, but will bo made known in a day or two. Additional interest will be given to the camp this year by tho bringing in of the Metropolitan Infantry Reserves aud some fixty Cavalry Reserves, beside the Sydney Lancers. Simil...

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? SPORTING- ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

SPORTING ECHOES. Rydo sports to-morrow. Cudal entries close to-day. Costello cannot got a match on. Myers and George on Saturday. A bookmaker in tho Victoria eight. Brisbane weights fell duo yesterday. Sundial has arrived at Rockhampton. Wellington handicaps are duo to-day. ? Burrangong privileges realised JBG0 2s. Gd. Mitchell and Hall are likely to meet shortly. Blackall races take place on June 2 and 3. Meleebee should bo christened Dancing Master. Shamrock, the hurdler, has arrived in Sydney. A great many sports have left for Mudgce. A -£100 pigeon match to. take place at Goulburn. Wellington races come ol on tho 29th and 30th. Moruya public park is to bo taken for a racecourse. The Nun has been backed for the Hawkesbury. Bourke, Stubbins, and G. Smith disquali fied for life. Tho Liverpool race3 were a great success on Thursday. Pilot has been soli for 50 guineas and goes to Bourko, The Imperial Football Club hold a meet ing to-night. Charlotte Bay and Moonbi Rice Clul)3 are reg...

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FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. A GRAND OPERATIC MANCE. Esmeralda, or "Young Folks Ways." THOSE FUNNY CRITICS AGAIN. NEW PIECES- NEW PEOPLE- NEW ARRANGE- MENTS FOR EASTER.- PLAYS IN PREPARATION- AND NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. A GHAND OPERATIC PEnrOR MANCE. Esmeralda, or 'Young Folks Ways.' Tuose Funny Critics Again. new PIECES — NEW PEOPLE — NEW AP.R.'.XdE ME.NT3 FOB EASTER. — PI. AYS IN PRE PARATION — AND NEWS'OF TIIE DAT. 'Mr. Simonsen lias every reason to con ?gratulate himself upon tlio admirable impression liis opera company lias made on the Sydney public, upon the excellent work liis artists do for him, and upon the well-deserved enthusiasm which greets their efforts. On Monday evening he pro duced Un Hallo in Maschcra, the fourth opera in his renertoire. and he also intro duced to liis patrons liis third prima donna, Signora Tagliavia, the only member of the ?company who had still up to that time re mained Hnseen. The lndy achieved a most genuine success ; the opera had a most en thusiastic reception. Both were well merited in every sense of tho word. A finer performance of one of V erdi's vory finest operas was never given. Its even excellence has never been approached in any p...

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BATHURST NOTES. BATHURST. Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

BATHURST NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). BATHURST, Tuosuay. Tho saloof Mr. William Kite's blood stock took place to-day, atDockairno.noarBathnrst. Mr. T. Clibborn oooupied tho rostrum. Thoro was a fair attonilanco of buyers, but some of tho lots fotchod low pnoos. There wero in all 100 lots offorod, and vory few wore W Th'^sirel Gomma-di-V orgy, was sold for 33 1.^ iitn a hrttirrhf. fLr. 4.1l) gmnoas. n«»9 ... — BUMr.'-'M'Donald gavo 140 gninoas for a yoar liii£ by Gemma-di-Vorgy from Maltese Cross 'Jlr' ir E. Lord secured a grand looking vuarling colt by tho same siro from Miss *l3mma(imp.), for 150 guineas. The Kii'dish bred mures Miss Lmma, Mal teso Cross, and Willow Wren, with foals at foot by Gomma-di-V orgy , wero keenly corn, noted 'for by tho fow brooders present. I ho foniior two wont to Mr. John Loo, senior, for 11)0 and 200 guineas respectively. Iho latter to Mr. Lord for 100 gninoas. Mr l.oo also bought tlio brood niaro Lilian, dam of First Demon aud Tlio Felon, for...

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OUR NEW COMPOSITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

OUR NEW COMPOSITOR. Yesterday, a tramp printer, appa rently in tho last stages of 'inno- cuous desuetude,'' struck this office for a job; but as wo have , n patent in side, a new pair . of shears, a paste pot, and several exchanges, not to mention an extreinely . muscular ' personal ~ devil,'? we had no need of his /services; which were, accordingly, ' declined with thanks.' Not, as. we: kindly .assured him, necessarily for ...want of merit, but owing to n press of other matter, the decoitfulness of riches, tho shortness of time, and the duration of eternity, &c.. &c. ' _ y ' He turned all his pockets inside out as ho sauntered about tho office, giving an occasional hungry: look at the fresh batch of nonpareil pie on the imposing . stone, or, ? a thirsty glance at tho windows of the public house across the -:back street, re marked that he was really very much in need of a ' case,' shook his head, and. signed wear) iy. - All at once a happy thought struck him. In a mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

A MTU SAVED. Mr'. I'elix Tomn'ov, farmer, near Too Woomba, Queensland, says : — ' I am 40 years of ago, and for two years have 'been ill, caused by stoppage of tho water. Tho only means of relief ,wa3 forcing a gutta perclm. wire, which I had to do daily. Nino months ago I li'eard of tho wonders wrought by Warn'or's Safe Cure, and pur chased a bottle from W. H. Noble, chemist, Toowoomba, which gavo me in stant relief, f continued until four bottles of tho Safe Cure were taken with the Safe Pills. I have had to resort to use of the wire only once in three llibnths. Warner's Safe Cure. has saved m'o nly life. — FELIX TOMNEY. Witness :' Dl A. Johnstone.* THE 'WORKING MAN'S CHANCE. ALLOTHEllTg OX THE EAI1WAT 1INE- ron AUCTION SM.E, Saturday, March 26. UPSET PRICE Is. 6(1. PER FOOT. BUXTON IS THE -; SANITARIUM II TOWNSHIP. . CONSUMPTION, LUNG AND NEPvVOUS COMPLAINTS, OBTAIN BELIEF IMMEDIATELY. IN THE BALMY ATMOSPHERE. 1180 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. ON THE MAIN LINE FROM SYBfTBY. ; A proposed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

Amusements. Theatre kotai Under tlio MaHatroincut of MeHHrH. WILLIAMSON, OARSKU uud MUSOROVE. I.obsco ? Mr. 8. Lazn Sub-Lessee ? Mr. SI. Simonso Doors open 7. Commence at 8. Carriages at 10.# ' THE EVENT OF THE YEAR.' ' In the GREAT ARTISTIC TRIUMPH A chii' V''-l l,y SIMONSEN'S NEW EOYAL ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY, THIS (WEDNESDAY!, EVENING, MARCH 21. FOR THE LAST TIME THIS SEASON, ROBERTO DEVEREUX. Thursday. Mnrali 21 ... ITn Bnllo in Masclicr Friday, March 25 ... Un Bullo iu Mascher Saturday, March 2fi A Monday, March US f (For tlic Hr»t timo) Tuesday, March 20 \ FAUST. 'Wednesday, March.'JO.' Thursday, March :il ... Un Bnllo in Mascliei FRIDAY, APRIL 1. FIRST PRODUCTION AUSTRALIA of tho GRAND SPECTACULAR TRAGIC OPERA, BELISARIO, 'Which will bo produced with tho grandest SCENERY, DRESSES ami APPOINTMENT Ever witnessed on tlic Operatic Stage. Admission: Dress Circlu, 7s. Gd. ; Orchevti Stalls. 5h. ; Stalin, in. ; Family Circle, 2 #. Box-offl- open daily from 10 o'clock till I nt Puling ...

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STABLE GOSSIP. The Racecourse Hotel Stables. Present Occupants. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

STABLE GOSSIP. [Bv 'Early Bird.'] The Racecourse Hotel Stables. Present Occupants. Tlxe coming racing season being so adjacent, and the weather having been so boisterous, it is not to be wondered at that already some of our country cousins should be induced to get to head quarters as soon as possible, and of the twenty nine boxes at the above hotel, nineteen of which are permanentlylet to gentlemen out side the city, already tour are occupied oy the lessees, viz., Mr. Brackenrig with Tom Brown, and Mr. Warwick Chatle (for the Hon. J. Eales) with Charmer, Emerald, and Myall King, while the proprietor has two of his own, namely Malachi and Glad stone Maid, and he expects half-a-dozen or more to make their appearance before the end of the present week, when the locality will wear a very pleasant and animated appearance. The first horse I looked at, with the permission of Mr. Brackenrig, was Tom Brown, by Kelpie — Happy Thought, who is a dark bay horse of extraordinary power, and posses...

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NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

NELSOJJ. Nelson of King Colo- from My Idea. He? been ono of the most suc cessful hor£££* footh on the New Zealand and AuatraliVjii' tnrf, and is at present under tlic ears* -$f Mr. J. Monagi*iW/ who is preparing IrincJ fibr the biff events tfo' take place during the* Sleeting. Bel lowing are his peifbrmances : — Atzyrs. — Alio Kinxw ✓ occoiuiin iViiaauunioir Stokes, (} furlongs, &*ift 101b., won by Ru'liilli; 71b. : second in Nitwwry Handicap, G lbn?pf, 8st. 91b., won bj Rtobina, 8st. 101b. At Zyx a. — Auckland Spring; Won Trill* Sl6ike!-\ 1 milo, 7st. 91b., U 'lOisocMMaoJlj aocond, Yorfce\v 9nt., third ; wai' EjlKom Plato, 5 furlong, 8f»t. 21b., linin^ 71'soc;:,. 'Mitrailleuse, 9at. 71biY second, Vortex, 9c*-T. lilb,, third. Aucklawl' Summer: Won Dtt'liy'StafcCT, I V mile, 8at. inlb'.-, 2min. 50.sec., Wefpitt, Sifltv 101b', socond, E^r-peta, 8st. 51b., thir*4l;. soccwcl in Auckland Plv-V),.2 miles, 7st. lllb.v ^roJi' lly Wolcome Jack.- Uftt. Hawkon Baj':* Thir(5lc?J Napier ...

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THE GUN. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

THE GUN. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLTTB. Tho club trophy oil Saturday last was contested for by 1G shots. Qlenmore hit his last bird very hard» hut it lodged on the pavilion roof out of bounds. The usual miss out sweeps followed, and were won bv A. Bennett (23) and C. Finlayson (21), with 8 birds, the seoond falling to P. Glenister (25) and H. M. Woodhouse (30). Appended are the scores of tho first four : — S. Graut*, UOyds. (Powoll) ... }}}}}}}}a Glonmoro*, 25yds. (Powoll) ? A. Ilaroourt, 2lyds. (Paton) m ? ? P. Gleniator, 23yds. (Powoll) ? 111110111

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TUMUT PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

TUMUT PIGEON MATCH. On Friday last the shooting instituted by Mr. A. Myei*3 was commenced. Therff was a goodly company present, and also a numerous body of spectators, who took a deep interest in the proceedings. In the Commercial Handicap, first prize 35 sovs., second 10 sovs., third 5 sovs., Messrs, Sharp and Bushman agreea ro a xio aitci shooting 13 birds each without a miss, and divided first and second money? and Mr. Evans took the third prize. The Bracelet was won by Mr. Hums, of Gundagai.

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EOWEN AND HIS BACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

EOWEN AND HIS BACKERS. sSt ^atrick',s Dn-y twelve months youn Sam Bowen had 3 yards from Mer chant m a small handicap at Botany, and after arriving in the final won in the easiest manner possible. Charlie Dunn was then in great form, and it was just niter the Newcastle Sheffield won by ,f '=h ^ked t0 Sivu the youth mS. yar'ls- Dl\nn was unable to , * „ yrus ot him. This was Bowen s first appearance a mono good company, and those who saw him perform at once agreed that he was the makings, in a year or two, of one of our very best men. For myself, I never saw a youth who appeared more like a runner bv c ? ? ,1 „ {l ,1 . : ? wum'' icw uionms : attey this he vras a warm favourite, on the the Banks Sheffield won by Tom Griffiths. It I remember right, the third round, after a good rnce, had to succumb to Logan on 10yds. In this han dicap Logan ran second, but he had all he could do in his heat to keep ahead of the youth with 3yds. start. Although he was then beaten, Bon-en performed in su...

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HOW MALONE TOOK Kim DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

HOW MALONE TOOK HIM DOWN. All my readers perhaps do not know that T. M.'Malone is a good weight putter. As an amateur, in Ireland, ho has won many , prizes at that feat, and on St. Patrick's Day last a fellow countryumn named Hogan put the 141b. beyond all other com petitors for the small prize on the' pro- gramme. When the,: places had been decided, Malone took ihe weight and put it over tne winning man: or iiogan. 10m ; had roused the envy of the prize-taker, who' throw off his coat again and clapped hold of, the weight with; a firm grasp and a fixed determination in his expression that bespoke that lie intended to thoroughly : mako an everlasting exhibition of Malone for his presumption. Here was he, a' man of largo bone and iron sinew, and it' was madness to think that a person who never knew what it was to do a hard day's manual work should have the boldness to publicly attempt to eclipse him at weights putting. Indignation added strength, and Mi1. Hogan sent the weight hurling...

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SWIMMING. BALMAIN SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 24 March 1887

SWIMMIXG. EALMAiN SWIMMING CLUB. ! The races promoted by the above club were suc cessfully held iu the Corporation Baths ut Bui main ou Saturday. There was a very large attend ance, every available space beimr occupied. A good number of ladies were also present. Mr. Gardner, as starter, aud Mr. F J. Smith, M.L.A., is judge, very ably performed their respective lutjcs. The following are the results of tiie ?irst Race.— For youths of 13 and under. Club ;? only. ISOnls. handicap. First prize, silver medal; second, silver cup; third, a pair of -jubilee waiters. \ . B. O'Toole (lOsec.) ? l | J. Holliucs (scratch). ? ... 2 W. Irvine (scratch) ... , ? 1 ... s Other starters: H. Irvine (lOsec.), J. Elliott (2teee.), and It. Spoouer (45sec.) Time, ihnin. 83 4»5iec. Secoud Racs.— Club Maidon Race, 210yds. First prize, handsome silver cup and shade j second, i ttapot. i C. Itiekctts ... ? ... ... 1 I :£T. JJellings ... ... ... ... ... 2 P. Murphy ... ... ... ? ? 8 W. D. Jvoughlin, E. Davis, an...

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