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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

IACKQ8SK At a well-attended meeting of uudsr graduateB.ield at the University on Thursday, April 4, it was decided to form a lacrosse cldb in connection with the University. The foj lowing officers were elected: — Patron, the Hoa. S. J. Way, Chancellor; president, the R?r. W, R, Fletcher, vice-chancellor ; vicepresi dent?,' Professor Ren&ie, M.D., Professor Pennefeather, M.A., LL.1L, and Mr. C, M. Muirhead ; coaanittee— Messrs. C. Magarey , R. B. Andrews, P. E, R. Wfeitby, and J. ft. H. Wionall; secretary and treasurer* Mr. J. G. Cavenagh, It waa decided that the captain and vice-captain should be elected by the team iti The following are the handioap3 fir the bicycle races at the S. A, Caledonian sports :— Fcr the one nuie and three mile races re spectively— W. Cox, mile, scratch, 3 milfe, scratch ; P. N. Lawrence, 60 yards, 170 y.irda ; G. 1^ Ccdd,. 65, 2C0 ;. A, JKsal, 75,. 220 ; A. HeBzel, 80, 246; L.Prevc3t, 90, 260; A. P« quU5, 80,270; A. M. Kneese, 95, 2S5 ; ©. Fletch...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

BASEBALL. Oa S&Vctday aUssaoou an interesting gatse oLbaseb&U was played on tha Adelaide Oval between cine cjt the p'ayera picked to repra eent the colony in the forthsouiing intercolonial match with Victoria and a team rspceseatiag the Sicks Sawyer minstrel troupe, at present pk-jiog at Garner's Rooje3, The weather wm vety unpropitievss, the ratu renderisia the b*s6s very slippery. The large number of spectatsre preterit, however, were afforded the oppor tunity of witnessing eome excellent piay,, besides which the minstrels were very f uauy in their eutics in tha field. The intercolonial team won very easily by 19 runs to 2. TJie tricatrsls obtainsd their runs owinar to a wide tbrow, vs-hich gave E. Connor and Saylesthe opportunity of reaching the home base. The fielding oi the local men wa3 excellent, being far in adraocs of their opponents, but thJe bftltiog on neither Eide was good. Tha follow ing were the scores :— Intercolonial team— 2,4, 1.0,2 6,0,2,8 ; Minstr...

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Cricket & Football. THE CRICKET SEASON OF 1888-9. [BY ONLOOKER.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

Cricket -fc gosHML THE CRICKET SEASON OF 1888-9, [By Onlookeb.] With the approach of the first heavy rains the cricket season of 1888-9 has run its coarse, and for the next six months the exponents of the noble game will have either 'to take a seat in the pavilion, or, casting aside their flannels, don the habiliments of the footballer, looking back one feels that although there have been disappointments there has been much subject matter for congratulation. First and foremost : there has been a revival of public interest in the game* and those old supporters of the game who visit the oval in all weathers have bail new associates to applaud with them a pretty piece of fielding or a sweet Mt to the chains. While there have naturally not been the crowds present that there are during the more exciting football season, the attendances have increased wonderfully, and party feeling has at f-im-aa vim J»*it»Ti Tho*a Man lia-nA Artntifc tthnnf: the improvement in this respect when Mr. Cresw...

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FOOTBALL. PORT ADELAIDE v. AUSTRAL (23). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

FOOTBALL. Foei Adelaide v. AustsAl (23). This, the opening football match of fcbe FeaEon, was played on the Albsrton Oral on Satutdsy afternoon in the presence of a good number of spectators, who turned up at tbe oval to form some idea of the prowess of the Port team for the ensuing reason. A strong northerly wind blew during the afternoon, and some of the players presented a niaat pitiable appearance as they stood in the drizzling rain, which fell at intervals during the match. The game was not started until late, the Ports being unable to get a team into the field. The players were rather lcih to etart the game, as they foresaw a goci drenching at some period of the match, The Ports' team included several juniors, who3e play was characterised by mediocrity, whereas against such a team as tha Auetrais they onght to have disticguuhed themselves. Ox course in the first match it could net be ex pected that they would shrine very brilliantly. We ate informed that J. McKenzis, the great...

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Athletics. CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

^thktics. CYCLIKG NOTES. f Bx Hub Lamp.] At the last meeting of tbe S,A G.U. the ques tion of whether those who had won-trophies at the Kensington Oval sports recently held had re ceived the same in a way- which entitled them to retain their amateur status was brought under discussion. This, though hardly stated in so many words, waB what waa really meant, as it would' appear- that- certain riders took cheques from the secretary of tha oval as sociation, and therewith paid for the goods which they purchased as their trophies, the secretary meanwhile- alleging, that he handed over these cheques with only, a desire to satisfy trophy- winners to the utmost of - his ciuiubjr, will vr*«jtA uu ttuuwicuga buau he was transgressing any union rules. To sum tbe whole; matter up it was decided that all concerned, should be called upon to show why they should retain their amateur status. In the course of section 3, definitions of an amateur, the union rules state—' In no case shall a value priz...

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LAWN TENNIS NOTES. REVIEW OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

LAWN TENKtS NOTES. [By Vollbter ] REVIEW OF THE SEASON. The Adelaide and Suburban Lawn Tennis Association has now been in existence for. two years. The first year it had nothing to boast about, but thifr year the association has sprung from a comparatively obscure position to one of great prominence in the spotting worlt}* The club matches have excited a great deal of interest on account of the good tennis shown, . and the presence of well known cracks of the game. Several, outside clubs have regretted tbey did.not see their way. clear to join the association this year, but there ia no doubt that every club of any standing will belong to the- association -next, year. Besides.' playing their cwn matches,, on. cfi. Saturdays the-aeso* dated 'clubs- have met outside clubs and in most cases defeated them. It is very- probable th*t next year will see two associations, for there are now quite a dozen nee? dubs. The tourna ment was a very fitting sequel to theass? ciated matches. Its sucob...

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KENSINGTON OVAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

KENSINGTON OVAL SPORTS, The second race meeting at the Kensington Oval since the laying down of the bicycle track was Lfeld en Saturday. O firing, however, to the inclemency of the weatber tha atteud*aee was not what was expected. At the givfn time for the starting of the first race the rain fell very heavily, causing a postponement for some little time. Consequent upon the aeavi nets oi the track and the high wind which was blowing but poor timea were male ia the course of the racing, and several very ugly epills . were experienced ia tbe Hurdle Racs Several of the heats in the Kensington Oval Handicap were very close, the competitors Handicap -proved exciting, there being a close finish between A. L, Henzell and A, RI, Kneese fcr -first place. Cox, who was scratch, was not able to pick up the handicap given on him, although he rode pluckily all through. Mast of the starters in the mile Norwood Cydiisg JCJub event (on roadster mashiaee) appeared to ride with but little 'judgment, a...

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S.A.C.U. EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

S.A.aU. EASTER SPORTS. The following are the entries for the prinqi pal events at the Cyclists' Union Bicycle Race Meeting, to take. place on the Adelaide Oral on Apia! 20 and 27 : — One- mile First-class Scratch.— J. E. Fenian (England), T. W. Busat, J. W. H. Buast. E. Eliiott, W. J. C- Elliott. H. H. Lewis (Vic.), Ernest McDonald (N.S.W.), R. Davis (S.A.), and W, Cox (S. A). Three-mile Easter Handicap.— T. W. Busat, J. W. H. Busst, E EUiott, W. J. C. EUiott, J. Elliott, .H. H. Lewis, O. A. Schwaebsoh (Vic.),E. McDonald (N.S.W.), J. E. Fenlon (England), E. J. Henry, W. E. Godd, A. Br&ndenberg, W. Owns worth, P. M. Law raEce, G. F. Codd, D. Fletcher, E. P. Rush, A. Gowling, C. E. Hiusley, A. Pa-iqaill, A. Keal, F. H, Miller, L. Prevo^t. A. L. Henzell, J. F. Folland, A. M. Knees e, VV. Cox, T. Black, and E. Jeffrey. Two-mile Firet-ciasE American Lap Race.— T. Busst, J. W. H. BuBat, E. Elliott (Vic ), R. Davia (S.A.), E. McDonald (N.S.W.), J. E. Fenlon (England). One mile Bicy...

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SATURDAY'S V.R.C. MEETING. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SATURDAY'S V.R 0. MEETING. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne. AnrilS. The following are the weights for the V.R,0» races to be held at Flemington on Saturday :— HUEDIiES. 8Mb. I et.lb. Whalebone _ _ 11 9 1 Lady WlHe_ _U 0 Society _ _ 11 7 Black Prince _ 9 ? BiiUdooI -. -11 3 1 Grace Darling II. _ 3 a ITTT.T. HAHDICAP. Ruseley _ «. 9 e Julian Gray — 7 11 Boz _ _ _ 9 9 Pippo _ .711 Dividend .. _ 8 11 Raoul _ .7 10 Victim -. — 8 7 Honora — _ 7 , 8 The Charmer — 8 6 Sir William— — 7 Z Fishwife _ — 8 S Coronation,. —75 Nectarine — — 8 6 True — — 7 O Teuton - -.8 4 M-urlborough _ 7 O Sedition _ — 8 4 Ginger — — 6 12 Epicurean — _ 8 3 Perfection — — 6 9 Gladstone _ „ 8 2 Moorebank_ ., 6 9 Umbra „ - 7 12 New Star — -63 Flashlight - - 12 12 1 Benmark _ _ 10 7 Irishman — _ 12 12 1 Kestrel — - 8 1 AFRn* HASTJICAP. Fakeha - .97 Nectarine — _ 7 6 Cvclope — ~ —97 Sumatra .* — 7 5 Recall .. - 9 6 Bridegroom -73 BtiBSley — — 8 12 Skipper — —72 Boz _ „ - S ^ PaikiterM -70 St. Lotas --84 Stornaway - - 7 a Di...

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V.A.T.C. ENTRIES. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

V.A.T.C. ENTRIES. [By Tetegnph.1 Melbourne. April S. The entries for.4he V.A.T.C. races are as followB: — , Two-teab old Handicap. — Mark Twain, Lucre, Aspen Leaf, Doris, Clinker, Gasperone, Epie, Milton, Grandee, Briton, Little Bob, Traveller, Britomarte, Mercy Merrick, Mona, Iris, Crown Jewel, Tareoola, Linburt. Handicap Htjbdlb Rack,— Society, Yarra man, Whalebone, Bonnie Chester, Peter Oa beck, Weathercock, Marron, Thnon, Incident II. (late Hortense), Lady Wild, Artichoke, Pastoria, Topthorn,. Pingsra, Australian Native, Fair Saxon. The Eastehn Handicap.— Bolinbroke, Pakeha, Stafford, St. John, Sumatra, Raoul, Skipper, Jebusite, True, All Gold, Bohemian,. Meteor, Ben Bolt, Nectarine, Gasburaer, Marl borongh. . Steeplechase.— Hector, Denmark, Sucoiu Peter Oabeck, Cannon, Dandy, Mineral, Rsnyy The Irishman, Eaglet, Redieaf. Heath Hahdtcap.— Well Well, . Eftkeaav Stafford, Teuton, St. John, Raoul, Earnest, Skipper, Wbitefoot, Sumatra, True, Tombay, Gladstone, Sedition, Epicurean, N...

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RACES AT WYNDHAM. [By Telegraph.] Melbourne, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

RACES AT WYNDHAM. [By Teleeraph.l Melbourne. April 7. Tt sWy ndham races took place on Saturday* tv rU fee following results : — MAIDEN PLATE. Lady Romp (Bobeon) ? ... ... 1 Arcadia (Bloamfield) ? 2 Nooroo (Howard) ... - ? 3 HCEDLE BACE, Artichoke, 10 st. (King) ? I Black Prince, 10 Bt. (Burke) ? 2 Saxon, 11 Et. 121b. (Edge) ? 3 WINDHA1I CUP, Gasburner, 7st. 31b. (HayeB) ? I Teuton, 7 st. 13 lb. (Power) ? 2 Dexter, 6 Bt. 10 lb. (Edlington) ? 3 SELLING BACE, Harpooner, 6 st. 7 lb. (Butler) ? f Alexandra, 7 st. 101b. (Tomlin) ? f Lampern (Power) ... .„ .„ ... 3 Harpooner won in the ran- off. GRAND STAND HANDICAP. Abrupt, 8 st. 41b. (Campbell) ? 1 Anarchy, 8 et. (Matthews) ? 2 Gajlad.7Bt.31b. (Butler) ? 3 NAMEOTJEIN HANDICAP. Julian Gray (Tomlin) ? 1 Impetus (Cripps) ? ... 2 -*-

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COURSING AT MANOORA. {By Telegraph.] Manoora, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

COURSING AT MANOORA. CBy Telegraph.] IVTannsivo. Anvil 41. A meeting of the Manoora Coursing Clnb was held at the Burton Hotel yesterday. Mr. Dawflon occupied the chair. The proposed coursing meeting will be under the South Aus tralian coursing rules, and will come off about June 11 or 12 if the ground can be got at Martindale.

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THE MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. [By Telegraph.] Mount Gambier, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

? ii THE MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. HBy Telegraph.1 Mount Gambier,- April 10. .a. summer race meeting was held to-day. The weather was beautifully fine, and the atten dance moderate. Reunite : — HURDLES. Mr. Kennedy's Pacific ? 1 Mr. Tyler's Tyro ? 2 Mr. Manly's Beadsman - ? 3 Five Btarted. Pacific- and Tyro jumped the last hurdle together, but Tyro clouted aad waa beaten in theTun home by a length. IBIAIi STAKES. Mr. Kennedy's My Lady ? 1 Mr. Height's Skylark ... ... 2 Mr. Gavir/a Sir Dauntless ? 3 Seven Btarted. Won by a length. XOTALIZATOB HANDICAP. Mr. Manly's Beggarman ... ... 1 Mr, Overnew's Archduke ... -.. 2 Mr. Kennedy's Irish King..., — 3 Beggarman came at the finish and won cleverly, STEEPLECHASE, Mr. Da vis's KaulberB ... ... 1 Mr. Fartch's Roebuck ? 2 Mr. Robertson's Union Jack ... 3 The last named felL Three started. BRACELET STAKES. Mr. Manly's Beggarman came in first, but a protest was entered by Mr. Tyler on the ground that Beggarman did not carry the penalty fox winning ...

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THE NARRACOORTE RACES. [IBy Telegraph.] Narracoorte, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE NARRACOORTE RACES. [By Telegraph.] Narracoorte, April 8. a ne iouowing are tne results of the race meeting held at Narracoorte on Saturday. There was a fair attendance. The weather waa fine. Mr. A, D. Handyside was judge :— 1BIAL STAKES. Mr. J. Height's Maud S ? 1 Mr. T. Maybury's Fancy ? 2 Mr. C. Watson's Sunfish ? 3 Won easily. I'LTING HANDICAP. OflOsovs, Mt. Wm. Robertson's Young Agent 1 Mr. JaB. Robertson's Protector ... 2 Mr. Vincent's Count ? 3 Won by six lengths. Six started. HUBDLES. Of 25 sovs. Two miles. Mr. C. Watson's Coral ? 1 Mr. W, Jarred's Sir Dauutlet ... 2 Mr. G. Collingburn's Huntsman ... 3 A very good race. Won by a couple of lengths, NAEBACOOETE HANDICAP. Of 30 eovs. One and a half miles. Mr. H. Mauley's Beggarman ... f Mr. W. Robertson's Young Agent t Mr. JaB. Robertson's Viator ... 3 Mr. Manly declined to run oS, and Young Agent walked over. Six ran. BEACKLET STAKES. Of 15 sovs. One mile. Me. R. G. Neale'a Banker ? 1 Mr. Manly's Beggarman ? 2 Mr. Height's ...

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KAPUNDA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

KAPUNDA RACES. President, Mr. H. T. Morris; judge, Hon. J'nkin CoIps, M.P.; stewards, Messrs. J. W, Daw, P. McM. Glynn, M.P., S. A. Harris, Dr.. Hamilton, D. James, H. T. H. Morris, J. Moyle* E. McLean, M. McMahon, A. G, Nation, J. ShakeB, J. W. White, and W. R. Marshall ; starter, T, F, Wigley ; handicapper, H. Hughes ; clerk of Bcales, J. S. Pearoe ; clerk of course, G, Kidman; secretary, A. Shakes. The committee of the Kapunda Racing Club were very fortunate in having beautiful weather for their meeting on Wed nesday, 10th int-t., as it will be remembered that the gathering was postponed for a week in consequence of the floods. They were put to the trouble of changing their course at very short notice, but under the circumstances deBerve to be compli mented on the successful manner in which everything paeaed off. The special train from Adelaide waB very well patronised, about 150 people going np by it, and arriving in time to enable them to get luncheon at toe hotels before start...

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THE ONKAPARINGA MEETING. [By Telegraph.] Woodside, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

THE ONKAPARINGA MEETING. {By Telegraph.] Woodside, April 9. The gates and booths for the Onkaparinga races were sold ? tonight by Mr. F. T. Cor nelius at the Woodside Hotel, There was a very large attendance, and the highest prices ever obtained Were realised. The purchasers and prices were :— Gates, £371, Mr. W, Johnston ; No. 1 booth and luncheon, £50, Mr. G. Flecker; No. 2 booth, £52, Mr. G. P. Badman ; No. 3 booth, £43, Mr. G. P. Bad man ; No. 4 booth, £21, Mr. W. Thompson ; No. 1 refreshment booth, £15 15s., Mr. G. P. Badmsn ; No. 2 refreshment booth, £6, Mr. E, T. StevenB ; total, £558 15b. ? ^ ? ^_

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LAURA ACCEPTANCES. [By Telegraph.] Laura, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

LAURA ACCEPTANCES. ISy Telegraph.! Laura. April 9. The following are the acceptances for the Laura races: — Handicap Hobdles. — Tancred, Sylvia, Zocks, Grasshopper, Nellie, Thunder. Latjba Handicap. — Myetery, Arrow, Bar belle, Lightning, Skirmisher, Freedom, Scandinavian. Flteng Handicap.— Arrow, Barbelie, Light ning, Freedom, Scandinavian, Buttercup, Melody,

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

SPORTING KOTBS. The secretary informs ub that his Excellency tbe Bight Honorable the Earl of Kintore, G. CM, G., &o,, has consented to become patron of the South Australian Jockey Club. The news that the steeplechaser Swordfish has been burnt to death in his stable at Nairne will be received with regret by every lover of a really good horee. It appears that on Thurs day week Tom Ksin and his brother and father bad gone into their house, and were p&i taking of tea when the alarm of fire was givtD, and on rushipg out they found the Btfib'e in flames where half an hour pre vieut !y they bad left Swordfish and two other b ci ecs in apparent safety. Notwithstanding Sbe;r nio&t ttrenuous exertions taey were uaa&le to cSi.' more than rescue the other horses — one being a two-year-old by Swordfish and the oili«- of less value. These were in a second division of tbe stable, but the; box where Swcrdfifh lay. was a a ass of fisnies when they arrived on the spot,...

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Sporting News. RACES TO COME. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

^potting Jfctos. RACES TO COMB. ' APEtt. ZO.-P0I0 Cluo Races. Kctries, AprU 12 ; weights, April 15. 22.— Laura Eases. Kcmlnattone, Kuch 12 ; weights, March S6 ; acceptances, April 9. 22.— Onkaparintra Races. Weights, March 21; acceptances, April i ? general entries. April lb. 22— Blimnan Races. 25.— Southern Club Races, Sttathalfayn. Ncm'.na tione, April 4; weights, April 11 ; acceptances, April 18. Mat. 4, 0, 11.— S.A J.O. Races. Nominations, March 12; weights, April 23 ; acceptances, April 16 and April 30. 18, 24, 26.-AR.C. Queen's Birthday Meeting. Nominations, March 12 and May 7 ; weights, May 20 and 24 ; acceptances, May.16 and 22. Jtrxs 6, 7.— Birdeville Kaces. 20.— Transcontinental Clube Races, Warrina. No ruinations, April 20 ; acceptances, June 3. Sepieiusb. 2. 7.— S.A. J.O. Eaeea.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GARDENERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 13 April 1889

— : ? ^»— ^— ^'^^ SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GARDENERS' SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the South Aus tralian Gardeners' Society was held at Register Chambers on Saturday evening, April 6, Mr. ' A. McDonald occupied the chair, and there were about a dozen membero, Tbe hon, secretary reported the receipt from Messrs. Cennell & Sons, Kent, of the ' Floral Guide and Catalogue of Perfect Seeds' for 1889, also of Landreth's ' Amerioan Nursery man's Catalogue' for the current year. Exhibits weie staged by Mr. W. Beggs of spray of Tecoma McKennii, recommendeel as a beautiful free* flowering and quickgrow ing climber; Stephanotis floribunda, grown Bucceesfrjlly in the open on wire netting ; single dahlias, and a new rose ' The Bride.' Mr. W. Lewis, of Stirling East, had a col lection of named show dahlias, pompone dahlias, white and Ecarlet cactus dahlias, Borne very fine zinniaB, collection of Dianthus, Biugle atd double; African marigolds (fine); cuts of Erica linreeoideB, Berberia darwinii...

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