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Niagara. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

Niagara. It is rumoured that Caulfield will be tho destination of Niagara, and under the same roof ashis half-brother, Trenton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CaulSeld Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

CaulSeld Training Notes. Useful work has been done during the past week, the most noticeable being Gildy Sydney, Revenge, Australia, Delamia, Marmion, Lady Lovell, and Chicago. Berkley and Don't Know have been schooling in company ovor tho small sticks creditably, the former has since persis tently refused , to jump a hurdle single handed. Reticent and Stockman have been negotiating tho big timber in good style. Ben Bolt and The Bohemian, the Caulfield Cup and Metrop. horses, are both in useful work. The former has filled out and is a very much im proved horse ; the latter is as big as the proverbial bullock, and, will take many months, if ever, before ho comes back to his last year's form. Dunstan has joined T. Jones' string. Whalebone and Gildoroy loft for Hamil ton on Saturday. Espiegle has gone into Carter's stables. Fusee has been treated to a sharp blister and turned out. Glent worth and Alexander have also been turned into the paddock.

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Back from India. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

Back from India. F. Robinson, tho son of Dan Robinson, the well-known trainer, returned from India yesterday, after an absence of eight or nine years.

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QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

? QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. I Tho . following weights liavo boon do 'claro'd:— ? ,'?/ ?CllTiUKl' SUunitBAN HANDICAP. 8t.'lbr- st.lb. St. John ? 9 4 Miss Nowbold 7 7 My Lovo .9 4' Phoenix ... 7 7 B.Y ? 9 2 Whirlwind ... 7 0 Pirato ? 8 13 Warkworth ... 7 0 Yabba ... ... 8 3 Sloop ? 7 0 Louis ? 8 0 Wothcrondalo 0 12 Petronol ... 7 13 Clifton ? 0 10 Quatnbonoson... 7 10 Jlarion ? 6 10 Theorist ... 7 10 Fano ... ... G 0 METBOI'OLITAN STAKES. st.lb. St. lb. My Lovo ... 9 4 Phoonix ... 7 7 St. J'olm ... 9 2 Theorist ... 7 7 B.Y. ? 9 1 Pnno ... ... 7 3 Medusa.., ... 9 0 Warkworth ... 7 0 Pirf-to ? 8 12 Sloop ? 7 0 Yi'-bbk ? 8 3 Wothcrondalo 0 12 Lpuip .... S 0 Whirlwind ... 6 11 Potronol ... 7 12 Marion ? (i 10 Quimibosefc*;... 7 9 Clifton ? (5 7 Tho foilowiws: entrios havo boon rccoived for the p;7ncjp(it handicaps to bo run at tho Q.T.C. Ajittjm?) (Hbytrnf? Mort.'to,i Handi cap : Yabbk Whirl wfoc'. Solootor, Wah, Theorist, Kyis ton, 8n;'nffer, Countorfoit, Bloi'nabury, ftirotlv, Plio;ilJx''B'...

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BALRANALD RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

BALRANALD RACE MEETING. The following nominations havo been ro ooived for tho three principal events at tho local raoes, to bo hold on Easter Monday and Tuesday : — Balranald Club Handicap. — Apollo, 1 Springfoot, Bumpkin, Sir William, Stono broke, Bossio., Poonboon, Goldfindor, White eye, Bollona. Grand Stand Handicap. — Apollo, Sir William, Springfoot, Silonco, Bumpkin, Stonobroko, Bessio, Goldfindor, Invador, Miss Beach, Whito-oyo, Bollona. Jumping Race.— Selector, Playboy, Vol tairo, Strugglor, Eros, Springfoot, Nover Novor, Sir William Toll II,, Miss Boaoh, Sun beam, Poonboon, Harkaway, Tim Flaherty, Candly,

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MOREE RACES. TATTERSALL 'S HANDICAP - [?] mile. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

MOREE RACES. TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP— 14 milo. st.lb. st.lb. I Bonnio Boo ... 8 12 Oddfellow ... G 12 ! Fair Ellen .... 8 8 Brooza ? 6 12 Careless. ... 8 G Sistor Annio ... Gil Bulgoa ? 8 0 Malta (M'Phor Adjidomo ... 7 10 son's) ... G 8 Oakwood ... 7 10 Melrose ... 6 7 Fonolla ... 7 10 Partridge ... G G Lauristina ,.. 7 8 Stout ? ? 6 4 Blaok Demon... 7 8 Infant.'.. ... 6 2 Caprioornus ... 7 2 Rosebud ... G 2 Speculation ... 6 12 MOREE RACE CLUB HANDICAP — 1£ milo. st.lb. st. lb. Bonnio Bee ... 8 10 Caprioornus 7 0 Fair Ellon ... 8 5 Sampson ... 6 12 Careless ...' 8 .4 Speculation ... G 10 Bulgoa... ... 7 12 Oddfollow ... G 10 Adjidomo ... 7 8 PostBoy ... G 10 Fonolla ... 7 8 Broozo..; ... G 10 Oakwood ... 7 8 Sistor Annio ... 6 9 Midnight ... 7 7 Molroso ... 6 5 Lauristina ... 7 6 Partridge ... G 4 Black Demon... 7 6 Stout ... 6 2 Buokthorno ... 7 2 Rosebud ... 6 0

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DENILIQUIN RACES. DENILIQUIN J. C. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, 1889 [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

DENTLIQUIN RACES. DENILIQUIN J.C. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES, I IRftO Mr. G. C. Jcfirey's b f, 'by Moteor— Actrose . : Mr. M. Dowlius's b c, by Meteor— dam by Touch stone ? Mr. J. Postletliwaite's b c, by Meteor' — dam by Alarm Mr. J. jVTCme's b f, by Lothair— La Belle Mr. G. Asbcvoft's b or br f, )»y Hercules— unknown Mr. G. Asbcroft'is ch c, by Hercules— Fairytale Mr. G. Ashcroft's br .or bk f, by Hercules— un- known ^ , Mr. G. Ashcroi't's blk or br f, by Hercules— Pre- mier mare Mr. J. Doiiohoo'B b or br c, by Hercules— unknov, *11 Mr. M. Power's cli 0, by Hercules— Dolo mare Mr. W. J. M'Kee's br c, by Alarm— Zel)ra Mr. 'W. M'Carthy's br c. by Spark— Katie Darling Mr. T. B. Carncs' ch c, by Y'arrogoii — Mirtli Mr. J. Lee's b or br c, by Spark — jMiitr^ie Lauder Mr. W. P. ltobertsou's b or br c, by Troubadour unknown Mr. W. P. Robertson's g c, by Troubadour, by Bryan O'Lynn Mr. W. Mackcuzie's br c, l-y Albury — Legacy Mr. «T. Cripps' b f, by Lotimir — Barmaid Mr. J. Cripps' h f, by Lot...

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HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB AUTUMN MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

liA WKESBURY RACE CLUB AUTUMN I Mwp'nrwa I Tho following woights liavo been de clared;— T1JE BOK'LEy MILE. fit. lb.- St. lb. Honeydew ... 8 10 Tho Folon ... 7 2 Fraud ? 3 G Major 7 2 Blairgowrio ... 8 4 Soldior Boy ..*- 7 2 Aimer ? 8 4 Invader ... 7 0 Ravensworth ... 8 2 Mata^w ... 0 12 Dagobert ... 8 0 Victory ... G 12 Chesham ... 7 12 Gipsy'sWanjingG 12 Spoilt Child ... 7 10 Honeycomb... 0 10 Kingsgrovo ... 7 B C»ftnjo ,,, y 10 Phaon ? 7 8 Alum ? G S Folly ? 7 8 Peeress ... G 0 Tamarisk ... 7 G Auray ... G 4 The Nun ... 7 G Bullion ... G 4 Stanley ... ' ... 7 6 Coriso and Gold Q 2 Centaur ? 7 6 ?Friseo ... 6 2 Figtroo ? 7 4 Esperanco 6 0 Goldlako ... 7 4 SouthorlyBustorG 0. Loumeah ... 7 4 Tooralo ... 6 0 Straight Shot ... 7 2 THE HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDICAP— lisiilo. etiio. ; ' : st. lb. Tom Srowrt .... o 12 ? Aga ... ? ... 612. Tho Jowol ... 8 8 Goldlako ? ...^ 6 12 ?tonoydow ... 8 6 Sorolla... : ... 6 10 fraud ? 8 2 Tho Orphan ...' 6 10 Kitawa ... 8 0 Tho Wreck ... 6 9 Liavonswo...

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LOOKING BACK. THE CANTERBURY PARK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

LOOKING BACK. THE CANTERBURY PARK MEETING. The postponed meeting of the above club from Saturday week was brought to a successful issue on Saturday last. No accident occurred, and the courso and surrouiidings, owing to a bounteous supplyiof raiu, previously wore a pleasant aspect. The running track was in excel lent order, the fields good, and the racing excellent, while the attendance was quite up to previous meetings. 'Books' were present in galore and did good business, but taking it altogether must have had a bit the best of the deal. Of the riders, Cutten took the palm, owing to the dual victory of Glen Elgin in the Flying Handicap and Canterbur}' Handicap, and also rode second with Smith O'Brien. Fielder, who has a penchant for winning honours on this course, came next with two seconds on Sentence, a thifd on Sir Edward, and a win on Sir.. Edward in the Disposal Stakes. Campbell annexed the Prince of Wales Stakes with Pirate, and Bridges secured the Park Stakes with Simon. The...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOURTH DAY - SATURDAY. APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

FouRTn Day — Saturday. April 16. I Rous Handicap, of 5 sovs. each, with 150 rovh. added ; second 25 sovs. 1 milo and 3 furlongs. — Yellow Jacket, Chesham, Auray, Invermay, Plutarch, Simon, Aurelia, King fish, Coroban, Crossfiro/ Argylo, Kingsgrovo, I Volcnno, Halcyon, Frisco, Lady Marion, I Homo Rule, Invador, Blairgowrio, Einorald, I Jollity, Tamarisk, Tho Wreck, Raoul, Wolfo's Schnapps (late Herat), Chicago, Shark, Kitty Fisher, The Nun. Place Handicap, of 10 sovs. each, with 300 sovr. added ; sccond, 100 sovs. ; third, 50 sovs. U niile. — Yellow Jacket, Ravensworth, Invermay, Arsenal, Goldlako, l?aoul, Maid of tho Lake, Paladin, Soldier' a Wind, Crossfire,' Stanloy, Mitrailleuse, Halcyon, Keith, King fish, Tom Brown, Lancer. Honeycomb, Abner, Tho. Jewel, Tho Orphan, Kitawa, Tho AVreck, Rosebud, First Demon, Crispin, Ringmaster, Nolson, Second Nursery Handicap, of 5 sovs. each, with 150 sovs. added ; ncoond, 25 sovs 0 furlongs. — Stockwell, Lady Lovell, Hun tingtower, Rupert II., ...

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

SPORTING 'NEWS. Niagara, the New Zealand crack three year-old, recently purchased by Mr. W. Cooper, and who is on his way to Sydney, has been rather freely supported for the next Melbourne Cup and Derby. The next meeting olj the Victoria Amateur Turf Club will be held on Saturday, May 7. The two principal events are the Glen Huntly Handicap of 5 sovs. each for acceptors, with 200 sovs. added ; and the Steeplechase of 3 sovs. each, with 200 sovs. added. Entries close on the 20th prox. The Sydney Tattersall's Club announce a Grand National Steeplechase meeting for Saturday, June 4. The principal event is 5 sovs. for starters, with 350 sovs. added, over a course of about three miles. There is also a Grand National Hurdle Haee, of 5 sovs. each, with 200 sovs. added. A jockey named Andrews has turned up in Brisbane^ - His reason for visiting the Antipodes was in search of his father and brother, but lie finds that both. are dead. In the old country, and in France, he has had considerable...

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THIRD DAY - THURSDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

Third Day— Thursday, April 14. Two-year-old Plate, of 150 sovs. Winner to bo sold for 150 sovs. o lurlongs.^Stock well, The Bonce, British Queen, Rossvilio, Agnes, Exbank, Rosary, Tho Tologram, Popita, Locksley, Starli, Orango Blossom, Southerly Buster, Yetman, Piseator colt. Selling Plate, of 159 sovs. 1 milo. — Stanley j Merry Duchess,' Sir Garnet, Specu lation, Goldlako, Jeremy Diddler, Aurelia, First Demon, Prince Sterling, Lord of All, ThakambaU, Sentence, First Game, Elling ton, Pinkie, 'Sawdust, Wanda, Lancor, Alma, Dagobert, Sir Edward, Necklace, Dreainor, Princo Regent,' Lady Marion, Recruit, Mclbouruo Entries : ' Phaon, Tho Lcvito, Faugh-a-Ballagh, Tho Nun, Straight Shot. All-aged Stakes, of 10 sovs., with 250 sovs. added ; second, 50 sovs. 1 milo. — Honeydew, Moorhouse, Lady Lovoll, Oceana, Blairgowrie, Tho Charmer, Kingsgrovo, In vermay, Mitrailleuse, Volcano, Abercorn, Perfume, Aberdeen, Lava, Pontifox, Matador, Bslingbroke, ICinglish, Locksley, Invader, Mozart; Sumatra...

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TAMARISK. THE HAWXESBURY HANDICAP FAVOURITE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

TAMARISK. '! THE HAWKESBTTRY HANDICAP ; FAVOURITE. Tamariak, the favourite for the Hawkes bury HanBicap, is a bay mare by Chester from Guiatler Kose, and was bred by tho Hon. Janras White at his breeding estab lishment, SKirkham, in the Camden dis trict. The mare is a three-year-old, strong and compjjctly built. She is very speedy, and is onlv naked to rn vrv Tsf. TTn flip present th-S .daughter of Chester has not done very uiuch in public, and, barring her appropriation of the Murrumbidgee Sires' Produce Stcgces, when she defeated four others, had Hone nothing worthy of com ment. TaMirisk has been freely backed for the aboye event, and should she be successful in annexing the Hawkesbury Handicap she will be the first representa tive of the -Hon. James 'White's who has had the, good fortune to do so. Our readers WU1 remember that a few months ago the mare was severely injured by a Btable companion, who kicked her in tho throat, and ;ior some days it was thought she would nitJ TCCovc...

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SECOND DAY - MONDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

Second 6ay— Monday, April 11. Flyino Handicap, of 150 sovs.; second, 25 sovs. £ mild; — Yellow Jacket, Bonnio Doon. Bullion, Auray, Jollity, Zeno, Mitrailleuse, Hexliim, First Gamo, Kitawa, Simon, Honeydew, Blairgowrie, Plenipo, Kingsgrovo, Beggarman, Irraud, Sentence, Morop. Necklace, Keith, Aristo crat, Abner, Chesham, The Charmer. Alina, I Tnvermay, Soldior Boy, Speculation, Plutarch, Halcyon, Claud, Ellington, Prince Sogent, Queen's Own, Grisctte. ToMrale, Glen Elgin, Recruit, Honoycomb, Clarendon, Red Deer, Sawdust, Howlong, Major. Pirate, Invader, Aurelin, Ivy, Culloden, Contaur, Paladin, AVanda, Raoul. Melbourne Entries. — Phaon, Kohai, The Lcvite, Azuline, Faugh-a-Ballagh,' Straight Shot, Lord William, Chicago, Kitty Fisher, The Nun. S'tftXET cur— a miles. fit. lb. st. lb. 'Nelson .i. 9 12 Stanley ... G 12 Tom I3rown ... 8 9 Wiliewo ... G 12 Arsenal ... 8 7 Ftflly ... ... G 10 Lord Wilton ... 8 T Tamu.tisk , ... G 8 The Jewol ... 8 4 Aca , ... G 8 Honeydew ... .8 2 Phaori .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

KiJPl'EK'S ELBERFELD LAGER BEER PUKE, SPARKLING, AND KEPI1K3HING ADMITTED by nil CON SDMEltS to lw the BRIGHTEST itiul BEST IiAGEIt ,: ill tho Market. EACH BOTTLE GUARANTEED . BitlGlIT, TO THE LAST DUOP. ASK,. for IT. ami SEE tliat YOU GET IT. - ? 'obtainable OF ALIj WINE ? x '. /'j . «??? ? and ? ' .? y ? ? ? SPIRIT MERCHANTS,

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ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. f! AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN ' HANDICAP. The following aro tho general entries for tho mooting, which commences on Saturday, April 0, and will be continued *n tho follow ing Monday, Thursday, and Saturday : — Fikst Day— Saturday, April 9. Hukdlk Rack, of 5 hoyh. each and 150 rov*. added ; second. 25 hovs. 2} milon. — ScobelofT, Society, Glenduart, CreMiiy Jack, Lady Durham, Gobolion, Bullion, Dragon, Despatch, Ravensworth, CaUola, Specula* ; lion. Quong Tart, Dundreary, Parflcnt, Swcot 1 heart, Omeo. Tom J3rown, Postal, Whitofoot, Carisvirna, Unique, Balmoral. Autumn Stakes, of 10 rovs. each, with' 2A0 hovh. added ? Rccond, 50 s^ova. Ii mUo/ — CroRsfire, Chosham,' X'Viiud, Honoydew, llj/i JewoK Volcano, Ulfjirgowri.?. Xjng^grovo, Tr.rnarisk, Mozart, Lord Wilton, -NolHon. Dokcastkr Handicap, of 5 aovrf. Cfich, 250 sovs. added ; Reeond, 50 Hova. 1 ini{.- . — Yellow Jacket, Aimer, ChcHharrf, , King, Ra/onfiworth, Euroclydon, Tb'|,;rtCs!abau, Folly, Hex...

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HAWKESBURY TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

HAWKESBURY TIPS- I (By ' Eablt Bibd.') I To-morrow will witness the first day's racing in connection with tho Hawkesbury Autumn Meeting. The contrast that exists between the coming gathering and that of the first ever celebrated by the above club cannot be estimated. Sixty two years have come and gone since t he first meeting was held in the Hawkesbury district, and it may fairly be asserted that each year has lent more and more im portance to the meetings, until now there is no race held in New South 'Wales that causes more interest or excitement than that of the Hawkesbury Handicap. Large fields are the rule, and1 the quality cannot be questioned. Speculation is always rife, and the attendance is yearly on the increase. The bill of fare on the occasion under consideration has not been robbed of any of its attractions, notwithstanding tho dnll times that have hung over the colony of late, and the crowd that usually puts in an appearance at this favourite carnival may fairly be expe...

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CYCLING. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

CYCLING. April. 0 — Melbourno Bicyolo Club's Championship Moot. 10, 23, 30— Victorian Cycling Union Sports, Warehousemen's Ground,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

' - ?r-'t'TpElipFi:REE.' . j-f, IIA,TES for -ADVERTISING. ' ' Ordinary Advertising Kat-i, ; ' ' ' Sltnations Vacant ... ? ' ... 0 0*. 8 . Births, Dcftttis, and Marriages ... 0 1 0 Ordinary Advoi-tisseinents (16 words) 0 1 0^ x »» (28wordn) ... 0 2#. ' \ inch (about 40 words) ? 0 3 0 1 inch (abont 80 words) ? 0 5 ' 0 t column ,,, ? tti ( ( 2 15 0 Under Beading Matter. Each inoh ? ? jq

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

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