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COMING EVENTS. TEE SYDNEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

COMING EYENTS. THE SYDNEY CUP. (By ' Eaivly Bihd.' The twenty-second Sydney Cup will be run 011 Easter Monday, at Bandwick. The first Cup race was competed for in the year I860, arid won by Yattendon, followed up by Fishhook. Then earao The Barb, who placed two successive cups to Mr. John Tflit's credit, and the next year found Ins sister Barbelle at the head of seventeen starters. Following these in succession were Mermaid, The Prophet, Vixen, Speculation, Imperial, A.T., Kingfisher, Democrat, Savanaka, 1'etrea, Progress, Cunnnmulla, Darebin, Favo, Jsormauby, and Cerise and Blue. So far the sires of the winners have been as follows : — Sir Hercules, 4 ; Gemma di Vergv, 2; Kingston, ,2; Maribyrnong, 2 ; while Fisherman, King Alfred, New Warrior, Yattendon, Tarragon, Kelpie, King of the Rirg. Angler, The Peer, The Drummer, and Wilberforco have one each to their credit. At the present time there are thirty six who have cried content with the handicapper's estimate, and amongstthem are...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

QUESTION BOX. I T.E., Lithoow.— Silvermino was scratched for tho Sydney Cup nt 2.20 on tho 16th of March. J.F. wishes to know if there has bcou any objec* tions to a loug*stop wearing leg-guards in a cricket match. No ; it matters little what is worn as long as the balls are stopped. A.B. wishes to know where J. M. Malone, the pi winner of the last Electric Light Handicap, was bom. Answer: At Milltown, county Clare, Ire laud. F. G. asks ; What year did Mata run in the Mel bourne Cup?— In Grand Flaneur's year (1880). The fixture for the show you refer to has not been definitely dccided upon. Colac. — Capping, the horse you inquire about was called Iric. He was by Aphauy, from Cannonade. Sr. Kilda. — ticebia was favourite for the St. Kilda Cup of 1886, starting at 3 to 1, but did not got a place. Dunlop was tho winner, Ctriso and Blue second, and Gardenia third. W.D. — What is tho best time ever done for 50yds. by Harry Hutchcns and Clarke, of Melbourne ? Answer : 5}secs,7 by Clarke. ...

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LATEST BRISBANE NEWS. THE FIGHT BETWEEN MULHELLAND AND POWELL. Victory of the Sydney Man. He challenges Lawson. Opera in Brisbane. BRISBANE, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

LITEST i BRISBANE , \ ? ..mm. . ? ; THE FIGHT BETWEEN MULHOIi IaA.Nl) AND POWELL. Victory of the Sydney Man. He challenges Lawson. Opera in Brisbane. (BY WIRE— FROM OUR OWN CORREBl'ONUENT.) Brisbane, Tuesday Evening. A glove fight for .£200 aside and the Championship of Queensland took place in tho Australian Gardens on Monday night between Geo. Mulholland, of Sydnoy, and George Powell, of Brisbane. Great interest was displayed in. .tho match. About 1200 to 1500 persons were present. Both men were in grand condition. Powell was about iz id. uie lignier oi me wu. Jim Lawson and Ned Powell attended the Brisbane man, and Smith looked after Mulholland. Graham Haygarth was referee, and Turnbull timekeeper. Seven rounds were fought without either man gaining much ground. In the eighth round Powell hit Mulholland badly on the iicad, and broke the bone of his arm near the elbow, and injured the elbow joint. After this Powell fought with his left hand only, and Mulholland spared liim a good ...

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

FOOTBALL. (Bv ' Wouos.') Tho junior footballers are already on tho move, and intend doing the correct thing this season in order to prevent their wants being overlooked. I have been re quested to notify that Mr. H. G. Mobs, delegate of the Manly Club, intends giving the required notice of the following motion, which will stand in his name, aud will be seconded by Mr. F. Nelson, of tho Peter sham club, at the next annual meetiug of tho Southern Rugby Union. The motion is worded thus ' That by-law No. 1 be aud the same is hereby rescinded, and that the following bo substituted : Tliat a committee of nine (9) members, five (5) of whom are to be bona-fide members of re cognised senior clubs at the time {of elec tion, and during the whole term 'of their office, and four (1) to be bona-fide mem bers of recognised junior clubs at the time of election aud during the whole term of their office, be annually elected to investi gate disputes and points of tho game, and otherwise tranuact the or...

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Sales of Racehorses. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

Sales of Ra/cehorses. S. G. Holmes, of Queensland, has pur chased the colt Gloire di Dijon, by the Drummer from Redroy, for 250 guineas. Basil,, by Maribyrnong, out of Evan geline, lias been bought by Mr. P. Chicken for iilGO. Tho hurdle-racer Revenge, by Panic, was sold at Kirk's Bazaar on Monday, to Mr. Joake, for 100 guineas. 0. S. Agnew has sold his yearling colt by The Assyrian— Evelyn ? to Mr. T. Keating in Now Zealand. Rocket, a son of Anteros — tho siro of Niagara, has been purchased by Mr. F. T. Prince, who it is stated will bring him over to Arictoria.

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The Swimming Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

The Swimming Championship. W. Lightbluc, of San Francisco, now residing in Mungitudi, challenges Corbett, Cavill, or Kenny in 880, 1000, and mile distances, for .swimming championship of tho world.

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The Billiard Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

The Billiard Championship. Lindrum has covered H. Gray's deposit for a match for the Australian native's billiard championship, and £400.

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

Cricket. Tho Victorian Cricket Association last night received a letter from the Western Australian Cricket Association, who intend sending a team to the Eastern Colonics for a two months' tour next season, but want dates so arranged tliat they may witness the play of the Englishmen. It was ujenuoueu lasu uignt UKLl.' owing 10 u l e low ebb to which cricket had come, tho W.A. representatives would sustain a heavy loss. It was decided to inform the W.A. Association that the V.C.A. could only tako cognisance of intercolonial and international matches, but would render all assistance in their power to the visiting team. The V.C.A. last night appointed a committee, comprising Barlow, Madden, Hall, Donovan, Clarke, to consider and re port upon the best means for reviving interest in cricket.

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THE GUN. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

THE GUN. April. 5 — Malono's Handicap, Tempo, .£50. G — Goulburn match, £100. G — Olympic Grounds Handicap, Goulbnrn, .£100. — Entry, March 31. 12— N. S. W. Gun Club Handicap, of £210. — EritrioH, April G : handicaps, April 9. 12 — Hurlingliam Grounds, Cook's Rivor, Handicap, -£100Jaiid champion match.— Entry, April 7 ; acooptanoos on tho ground. N.S.W. Gun Club. April. 2 — Osboruo Gun. 8 — Vioo-Prosident's Trophy. 12— Opon Handicap. Open to all comors. 15— Side Mutch, Melbourno v. Now South South Wales Gun Clubs. Club Trophy, 2 30 p.m. 23— Spring Cups, for lirsfc and second class shootors. 30— Trophy prosoutod by tho club. May. 7— Osborne Clim (2nd competition). 14— Trophy presented by Mosrrs. Elkingtou and Co. 18— £3 Sweep. Open Handicap. 20— Gun Club Cup (4th competition). 28 — Trophies presented by the club, for first and second class shootors. Junk. 3— Spring Cups (2nd competition for first class, 5th compotition for second class). 11 — Ladios Bracelet. 15— £3 Sweep. Opon Handi...

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

COXTKSINQ. ApRIIi. 9 11 — Goullmra Coursing Mooting. , . 27, 28 — Borrinm Distriot Coursing Mooting. 27 28— Borrimi Coursing Mooting. . Mat. G, 7— Hawkosbcry Coursing Club, at fair field, Plumpton. . , ' Jolt. ; , : 8, .'9 — Hawkesb«ry Coursing Club, at Fair fiold, Plumpton. ?August. '? 19, 20 — 'Hawkesbury Coursing Club, at Fair Hold, Plumpton.

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QUEENSLAND April. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

QUEENSLAND3 AfriIi. 4, 5 — Warwick Turf Club. — Nominations for ?handicaps closo April 7 j woights do . clared April 14. 9, 11— Brisbano Tattorsall's Club Autumn. 11— Sduthport Annual. — Entries, March 5 ; woiglits, Maroli 10. 11 — Coopor's Plains J.C. 11 — Bundaborg. — Acceptances, Maroh 24. 11 — Maryborough Jockey Club. — Added money, .£110 ; nominations, Eastor, April, Flying, and Corinthian Handi caps, March 10 ; woights, March 23 ; acceptances, April 4. 11 — Mackay Tattersall's. — Added monoy, .£120 ; nominations, handicaps, March 10 ; general entry, April 5. — Gympie Turf Club (Eastor). — Added monoy, -.£300. 11, 12 — Goondiwindi .T.C. Annual — Nomina- . tions for Town Plato and J.C. Handi cap, March 19 ; woights, April G. 13, 14— Balonno Jookoy Club. May. 3 — Dawson Amateur H.Q.— Entries for Handi cap, April 5. 4, 5— Warwick T. C.- Added monoy, .£500 ; entries (2) Handicaps, April 7 ; ac coptances and general entry, April 30. 11, 12— G. W. Downs (Tambo) J.C. 12— Ipswich Turf ...

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VICTORIA. APRIL, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

A'ICTOEIA. ' April, 1887. 2 — Moonoo Valley Mooting. 4 — Tarnagulla Turf Club Mooting. — Entries for T.T.C. Handicap and Hurdlo Raco, March 19; woiglits, March 2G ; ac ceptances and general entries, April 2. G— Inglowood Racing Club Mooting. — Entrios for tho Meinsio Handicap, Trot, I. anil B. Handicap, and Fodjsrnl Handi cap. March 21 ; weights, March 2G j ac ceptances for handicaps and entries for Trial Stakes and Soiling Kaco, April !-. 1 — Tea Ilaco Club Meeting— Entries forYea Handicap, Hurdlo Raeo and Railway Stakos, March 2G ; weights, March 30 ; accoptancos and general entries, April 6. 9— Elstornwiok Park Meoting. 11 — Williamstown Racing Club Meoting. 11— Ballarat Turf Club Autnmn Mooting. — .Entries. March 28 ; weights, April 4. 13, 14 — Hamilton Racing Club Meoting. — Entrios for Hurdlo Races, Braoolot, Flyiuy Handicap, Hamilton Cup, H.R.C. Handicap, and Stceplocliaso, March 19 j weights, March 2G ; acceptances, April G; goneral ontries, April 12. ' 20, 21— Coleraino Rac...

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YACHTING AND ROWING. Sailing. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

YACHTIKO AND ROWING. Sailing. April. 2— Consolation Raco, S.A.C.D. Club. 2— Opon boats, 20ft. and upwards, liandi cappod, B.S. Club. . ^ 9— H nrry Scurry for half-dockod boats; ' S.A.S Clnb. J.' J. Richardson's prixo. ? 10— Evolutions, B.S. Club. .23— Hurry Scurry Raco for open boats. S.A. Sailing Club. 30— Evolutions, S.A.S. Club. j Rowing. April. 2— Morcantilo Rowing Club Trial Fonrs, Melbourne. 1G— Uppor Yarra Rogatta, Melbourno. 1G — C. Noilson v. C. Mattorson, X'100 a side, Parramaita River championship course, Sydnoy. 20 — Brott v. Green Match, Parramatta River. 21, 23 — Mr. H. Davis' Handicapped Outrigger Raco, Ckainpion cotirso ; prizes, .£100, ?£110, £15, und £5. Mat. 28— Intorcolomal Eight-oar Raco, Parramatta Rivor. June. — Lake Illawa-ra Handicapped Outrigger Raco.

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

ATHLETICS. Aprtl. 2 ? Bur*0»^ Aandica]) (J!20). — Entry, March 21 handicaps, March 23 ; acceptances, March 28. 7— Tiehbourno, near Parkos, Sheffield of JE40.— Nominations, March 24 ; ac ? ceptnnces, April 5. 8 9' 11— Third Electric Light Handicap. — ' ' Entry, March 22 ; handicaps, March 23 ; accoptnncoM, April 4. 9 11 — Stawell Athletic Club, (Victoria). g'll — Penrith Progress Athletic Club Eastor ' Handicap of iWO. — Entries March 23 ; handicap. March 2lj ; acceptances, March 31. 11— Great Northern Grounds, St. Leonards,—. . JE10 handicap ; entries April 4. 11 — Toowoomba Athletic Club, 11 — ]5ega Athletio Club. 11 — Sheffield Handicap, Pal'Wimatta (J!30). — Entry, April 1 ; handicaps, April 4 ; accoptancos, April G. 11 — Ballarat Easter 1'ivir, i!250. Nominations March 2G, handicaps April 1, and ac ceptances April 8; 11— Coraki Sheffield, .£25. 11 — Woollongong Oddfellows Handicap of XG0. — Nominations, March 23 ; handi caps, March 2G ; acccptanecs, April G. '11 — Donilicpiin At...

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MORNING GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

MORNING GALLOPS. Monte Carlo set the ball rolling at Randwick yesterday for strong work, fol lowed by KelsoV string. Lancer and Yetman came next for strong work, and Soldier's Wind had the company of Honey comb. Myall King and Emerald put in a good mile and a half, and First Demon ,i;,l nnml C ? ? .... T. .1 .1 l ? ? with Locksley for six furlongs, followed by Roberts' representatives for, stout exer- - cise. Huntingtower and Boivmont did an excellent spin. Nelson andTom Brown had a set-to for a mile and a half, the Maori showing to most advantage. Straight Shot and Faug-a-Ballagli collided, but no harm was done, the latter having things very much his own way. Sloth, Aga, Clarendon, and Raoul did fairly well, followed at intervals by Grizette, Red Deer, Maroondali, and Shark. The Orphan put The Wreck's light out at the end of a mile and a half, and Abercorn had the better of Pontifex. Arsenal went twice x'ound at ? an easy pace, and Chesham and Blairgowrie finished up with a smart h...

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HAWKESBURY TRAINING NOTES. RICHMOND, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

HAWKESBURY TRAINING I NOTES. - Ibt wibb— 1'itOM oun own couuespondent.J , Richmond, This Day. G ood work was done yesterday mc raing i-y The Jewol, Stanley, Ravenswortli, Tolly, Fraud, Lady . Fleetwood, Soldier 'Boy, -Almiij and a match wjis run on tho courso proper by Dagobert and Figtree, ovor tho handicap course. It was a great race for one - mile and a quarter, when tho colt ' left Dagobert; boating ' him liy a, length and a half, both under the whip. Huntingtower, Abercorn, and Sumatra are only left in tho Claret Stakes. Tho Nun, Victory, Southerly Buster, Chesham and First Game are ? scratched for . the, Rowlev Mile.

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SPORTING FIXTURES, THE TURF. RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

SPORjraG FIXTURES', ?'?I ?. | THE ItTBX. j. SaGe# TO COMB ? ' ; NEW SOUTH WALES. [Wc would be if Secretaries of Rftco CluliH would foru-iirj'tho l')nt('sof their forthcoming Mcetinurr, together with tho Dates of Koniina tions, 'W'ciirhtH, onl Acceptance*.! March. 30, 31 — Moroo Tlaccs. 31, and April 2— Hawkesbury Annnnl ; entries for Bowloy Milo and Autumn handicaps, February 14 ; woightfl, March 5. April. 5, 0 — Parkos Animal. S), 11 — Forbos Meeting. 9, 11, 14, 1C-A.J.C. Autumn. Entrios March 1G. 11 — Gundagai Clarendon. 11, 12 — Wallscnd Joukcy Club.— Nominations, Tuesday, March 29 : woights doclarod, March 24 : acceptances, April G. ?11, 12 — Balranald Racing Club Meoting. — Acceptances, April 4 ; general entries April U. 13 — Canterbury Park. 15 — Fourteenth Sydney Driving Park Meet ing. — Entries April 1. 20, 21 — Warialda .Tockoy Club. 20, 21 — Dubbo .Tockoy Club.— Entries for J.C. and Macquario Plato Handicaps, ; March 29. ? . ' i , ; 21 — Ojcley Jockey Club.— Nominations,' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

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THE AMATEUR ATHLETE [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

' TIIE ^MATBUB ATIILETK - I '' ' I saw him first) wlion-morning broko tho day, Clean limbed' and' strong against tho rosy ' sky, ' ' ? ? ' A dash of rod across his sun-brownod check, And hoalth and viotory within his oyo. His god-liko hoad was raised, his lips apart: Ho looked aloft, and'faccd tho inornini? hiiti As though tho world around was all his own, And he the roign of triumph had begun. High on his royal throno of rocky stato, Ho leaned upon his oar with pensive graco, And glancing o'or tho wator to the shoro, Ho loft within my oyos his imaged faco. Oh ! thou young Horculos in crimson stripes, That liaat dim droams of pro-historic sonso, Lean down and whisper from thy dizzy hoight, And toll mo of tho whynoss of tlio wlieneo. Thou wearost no dudo top-coat, no hunting tio, And yet I lovo tlioo, sloovoless as thou art j I'll koop tliy photo saerod on my Bliolf, And woar thy crimson colours on my lioart. Say 'tis not truo— pa says you are a fraud, That ovory day ho soes you in t...

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SURE ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

? - vSuiiF, Enough. ' I kissed hor hand. Sho slapped my: cliook, ? Tho blow camo sharp and quiok. : . Hor eyos flashed firo. Sho did not spoak, My blood boiled hot and thick. ' What do you mean ?' I asked, enraged, ' Wo'ro all alono lioro, and Yon know quito woll that wo ro ongaged, ! Then why not kiss your luindi1' ' I do detest a man,' sho snapped, ' Who'll kiss my finger tips ; In lovo' s ways ono should bo mora apt — iSlso wliut's tlio uso of lips i*' One of our school teachers was en ! deavouring to explain to a small boy in her chus the meaning, of the tvord ' collision.' She said : ' Suppose two boys running, on the street should come together real hard. ; What would there be ?' ' A fight,' re sponded the little fellow loudly and with astonishing, promptness, and tho teacher gave it up. 1st Tramp f ' I nover failed yet tc make money out of anything I tackled.' 2nd Tramp :? 'You ought to be rich.' ' No I ouglitened, I am us poor as an amateur violin performance.' 'How is it po...

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