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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Lockyer'a Sulphur Hair Restorer, quickest, safest, best; restores the natural color. Lockyer*s, the real English Hair Restorer, Large bottles Is, 6d., everywhere.— [Aj-vt.1 fl32weociaiuxrti2» I

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VICTORIAN CRICKET. Melbourne, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

VICTORIAN CRICKET. Melbourne, October 2L ',. Tho results of the premiership cricket matches played on Saturday were : — South Melbourne, 194 and 54 for two wickets; East Melbourne, 251. j Richmond, 126 and 15G ; Melbourne, 527, ?£. Trumble 120, and C. McLeod 88. Mel bourne won by 245 runs. Carlton, 142 and 10G for five wickets ; North Melbourne, 233 and 158. University,' 203 and 121 for five wickets (second innings declared closed) ; St. Kilda, 244 and 61 for two wickets. Burrav. St Mary's.— Burra, ICO; J. Bolt 31, J. Drew 19, O. Parks 16 ana six for 8. H. Babbich 15 : St. Mary's, 29. ' ? ? Coromondel v. .Semaphore. —Semaphore, 112 ; Fair weather 32, II. A. Bfcgg 23, Sablne 27 n.o., Warren 16 ; A. J. Bloechmore four for 20, George Blcechniore two for 18. Coromandels, six for 102 ; Austin So, Coliuan 25, Hall 21, B. Hewett 12 ; J. llewett four for 23, ? James two for 29, Winn two for 24.* Electric Telegraph v.GorernhientPrlntingOffice.— Electric Telegraph, one for 205 ; W. J. Denny 6...

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Homing. HOMING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

joining. HOMING NOTES. [By Messenoeiu] A few particulars have since come to hand .anent the record fly of the bird Botany hientioned by me in last week's notes. Mr. L'oon writes : — ' Since Botany put up the record I have had the flying distance reiueasured, with the result that it is 2i5J miles, which when worked out makes Botany's velociey 1,801 yards per minute.' To show that the velocity mentioned was no flashin the-pan, Mr. A. Boon's Belfast, which is a full brother to Botany, out of eight starts, has only been un placed once. Belfast won the Woodville club's championship with an average of 1,400 yards per minute; the race being from Mount Bryan. The Riverton race of the Glanville club, for which 10 birds started on Saturday week; ended in a pro test being entered, on the ground that the stationmastcr's report hod been tampered with by some one unknown to the club, as No. 10 bird' had been placed on the station master's report but had been erased by some means. I This method of...

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CRICKET GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CRICKET GOSSIP. [By Okxookeu.1 At the time of writing the South Ans* tralian selection committee had Dot chosen the men who are to represent the colony in the match against Victoria on the Ade- : laide Oval on November 9 and following ;' days, but the visiting team will bo com posed of the following playera : — F. Laver, i H. Trott, A. E. Trotfc, H. Graham, C. McLeod, R. McLeod, W. Roche, J. Harry, J. Phillips, P. Lewis, C. Perryman. and A. Tarrant. The team will leave Melbourne on I November 6, and the final selection will be' made in Adelaide by Messrs. H. Trott, Laver, and R. McLeod. The visiting umpire will bo Mr. Crockett Although it is not known yet how our team will be constituted it ia the general opinion that there will be no alteration in the eleven that played last season. At all events the old intercolonial players should all be chosen for the first match, as up to the present stage nothing has occurred to occasion an alteration. In fact there has been little opportunity...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. VICTORIA. .. Melbourne. October 28. The following team has been selected to play against South Australia in Adelaide next mouth :— Messrs. F. Laver, H. Trott, A. E. Trott H. Graham, C. McLeod, R. McLeod, W. Roche, J. Harry, J. Phillips, P. Lewis, O. Pprryman, and A. Tarrent. The umpire chosen is Mr. Crockett. The team will leave for Adelaide on November 6. '

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LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

, LAWN TENNIS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. College Park v. Semaphore.— Jagoe and Fothering ham (O.P.) lost to Lang and i. AUnutt (S.), 4—6, 2—0 ; and beat Carter and H. Allmitt (S.), 6—4, 6—4 ; Kelaey and Shenpard (C.P.) beat Lang and 3. Allnutt, 6-4,6—2; and Carter and. H. Allnutt, 0-2, 6-0; Keisey lost to Lfing, 4 — 6; Jagoe beat Carter, 6-J; Foiheringham beat a AUnutt, 6—6; Sheppard beat J. Aunutt, 6—4. Totals— College Fork, 9 sete 61 Kames-;-8emapbore, 8 sets 46 games. Ewksjdev.TJnhreraity.— Angel-and Scot* (P.) beat HonemdIsbi«ter-U.),o— 5, 6—6, and lost to Avers and Halcomb(UA 6-4,5-6, 1—6; Spider and Han come -P.) lost to Hone and Isbister, 4—6, 4— 6, and to Avers and Haneorno, 6—6, 4— C;. Angel (P.) boat Hone-a) 6_s:6cott(p!vio\t to Ayerf(U0. 2-^i Spilier (P.) lost to Haloomb (U.), 4-0 ; Hancome (P j beat fabister m.% 6-S. TatoU-^nivSSty™ seti esgaxnea; Pariaidee, fi sets 60 games. ADELAIDE LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION* GlensMe v. Beaumaria-Ptayedot Norwaod/ooto. berSO. Scores-...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

CYCLING NOTES. [By Sfokesmax.] The Cyclists' Association were not frightened to spend a few pounds in advertising tbeir reception meeting to Zimmerman on Saturday and their enter prise was well rewarded, no less than 9,030 people patronising the grounds, and the proceedings were in every way a success. A. more capable organiser than Mr. Jeffrey, the energetic secretary of the association, it would be bard to obtain, and he is to be congratulated on the successful character of the carnival. No trouble was too great for Mr. Jeffrey, whose name aad courtesy arc synonymous terms, and on this occasion he proved himself to be the right num in the tight place. The Jubilee grounds were not in that trim condition we all expected, and in tbe arena itself on unsightly spectacle wos presented. The grass was not mowed down and was allowed to lie in heaps all over the plncc, making anj'thing but a pleasing' sight. Then the entrances to the oval were totally inadequate, and the idea of Iiaviiie: o...

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GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

GOLF. ADELAIDE CLUB. The October medal competition took place on Saturday last, and resulted in a very easy win for Dr. H. Irwin. This player has been steadily improv ing for eome tune, and he is to bs congratulated upon whining with so good a score. The following were the only cards handed in :— Name. Gross. Hdcp. Net H. Irwin „...-, 97 fcf 82 J.R. Baker Z I. 9* 8 91 W. H. Bragg ., J. K 97 4 98 J. B. Matthews H T 10! 7 101 ELPhillipson .. S I- 116 10 106 W. ETweedle £ f. 184 18 110

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LAWN TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

LAWN TENNIS NOTES. - IBy Racket.] The first round of the season's matches is now over, and matters have been left in a very interesting con dition with three clubs tie for top place. Thess are the University, College Park, and Glen Osmond dubs, who have each won three matches and lost one The Glen's owe their position to the 'Varsity having put out a comparatively weak team against them, but all the same College Park and 'Varsity will have to piny all they know to defeat them next round, for the hillside men are improving every -week. Collejrc Park and University hod a capital fight on tbe East Adelaide courts, ar.d when tliey meet one another on the Adelaide Oval on November 16 there should be a big crowd to witness the straggle. Baker has not been practising much of late, aud even if he plays on November 16, which is doubtful, I think the College Parks should man ape to come home winners. The clubs, in my opinion, will finish ttie season in tbe following order :— College Park, Uni...

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THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, October 30. At the Victorian Club to-night the Derby favorite Wallace was well backed for a large amount at 6 to 4, the market not being ex hausted at that price. Waterfall was sup ported by his owner (Mr. Oxenham), who ac cepted all the money that was available in the rooms at 5 to 2, leaving off at 100 to 45 wanted. Auraria bad friends at€ to 1, but fives were the best offer. Osculatorhad supporters at 10 to 1, and Onward at 12 to 1, Toreador at 20, and others from 25 to 100 to 1 Kallara. For the Melbourne Cup Hova had the call during the day on account of the gallon he executed in the morning, and was backed down to 100 to 9, the same price being still wanted, but tens were the best offer. Wallace was supported at 100 to 9 ; Delaware eased to 100 to 7, and 2,000 to 140 was kid about Trenchant. Lord Richmond was in good request £2,000 at 100 to 4 being taken. About Chesterman and Anraria 1,000 to 40 was accepted about each. Dreamland opened at 800 to...

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V.R.C. SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

V.R.C. SCRATCHINGS. Melbourne, October 23. The following V.R.C. scratohings were an* nounced to-day :— MelbonrneCup. — Brilliant, Eureka, Saracen, Day of Grace, J5, The Merry Boy, Alpine, Vindication, Pitchery, Burton, Trentham, Nada, Merman, and Challenger. Derby. — The Merry Boy, Trentham, and Challenger. All engagements.— Vivian, St. David, Tren tiua, and Treason. Steeplechase,— Glenisla and Whisper. Hurdle Race.— Pilot Boy. Hotbam Handicap. — Eiridsforde, Monas terv. Coburg Stakes.— King Orry. Melbourne, October 29. The following scratchings were posted at the V.R.C. office to day :— Melbourne Cnp.— Tellus, Birksgate, The Buccaneer, Damper, Kallara, Trentside, Acton, Best Bower, Mischief, King Orry, Eumarrah, Reconstruction, Laura, Laun dress, Datnien, Bradford, Foxtail, Saddle Up, Lucid, aud Cradle. Victoria Derby.— Fortunio, The Chevalier, Irrigation, and Loch Hone. Coburg Stakes.— Our Jack and Gaiilardia. : Hotham Handicap. — FoxtaiL ; -.' . ... All engagements— Question. : i...

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THE ST. ALBANS LOTTERY. WINNERS OF THE ESTATE. HAVOC AND TRENTON. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE ST. ALBANS LOTTERY. WINNERS OF THE ESTATE. HAVOC AND TRENTON. [By our Special Reporter.] Melbourne, October 30. A special train leaves Melbourne for Gee long to-morrow morning for the Bale at St. AlbanB of prizes won in the recent distri bution. There will be a big muster of - sportsmen, but Mr. Wilson states that he lias no idea of buying^ iu anything. He -did not invite the winners of the estate to a champagne luncheon as has been reported, bat simply asked them to name a time when they would inspect the estate. They named 'to-day and went there of their own accord. ?with .Mr. McDonald, the manager, to meet them. Mr. Wilson has been in Melbourne the whole day, and was at the Vic torian Club till the last thing to-night, ?«o that it seems evident that he ?does not mean to carry on St. Albans. If no other purchaser intervenes he might possibly take it at a price, but his present intention is to own a few good youngsters for -x*cing and leave other people to breed thoroughbreds. ...

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THE RACEHORSE WALLACE. REPURCHASED BY MR. WILSON. Melbourne, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

THE RACEHORSE WALLACE. * ^REPURCHASED BY MR. WILSON. Melbourne, October 2-3. The racing public will rejoice to learn that 3Jr. W. R. Wilson has bought back the Derby favorite Wallace, who was the ninth prize in tte St. Albans distribution, and was won by a syndicate organised by Mr. C E. House, a publican of Creswick. On learning of their good fortune the three gentlemen who held the ticket hastened to Melbourne to interview Mr. W. R. Wilson. Mr. A. Pea ?cock, the Chief Secretary, and member for Chines and Allendale, accompanied them to Mr. Wilson to-day. Re frankly explained to Mr. Wilson that they knew nothing ^bout horse racing, but he attended to do the* best he could for tho' uew owners of Wallace. Mr. Wilson submitted what he regarded as a fair price for Yyaliace, and the -deputation withdrew to consider the offer. They had received a quotation from another quarter, and later in the day they returned refusing to accept the terms offered by Mr. Wilson. The latter could not be i...

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TATTERSALL'S SWEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

TATTERSALL'S SWEEP. The following are the results of the drawing 'for the TattersalPs sweep on the Melbourne Oup, 100.000 at 6s. each, which was fully subscribed, and was drawn at Brisbane on Thursday week :— 12,077, Onward; 69,879, Auraria ; 98. 149, Cartridge ; 27,552, Grenadier ; 11*670, Suref oot ; 10,827, Chesterman ; 74, 253, The Buccaneer.; 16,486, Trentham; 75,448, Biflfl; 00,184, Waterfall; 28,041, Palo Alto; 23,326, Cradle; 67,276, Malachite; 70,710, Acmena ; 57, 125, Hopscotch : 75, 387, Saracen ; 26,006, Aquarius; 67,790, Perseus; 20,113, Hehester ; 39,952, Euroka ; 66,048, Blue Peter ; 54,458, Duhallow; 76,143, Brilliant; 20,994, Bob Ray ; 65,557, Culloden ; 42,751, Vindica tion; 75,385, Bruin; 51,877, King Orry; C3, Laura; £3,359, Flintlock; 74,010, Valiant ; 69,543, WalUice ; 37,550, laundress; 64,020, Creme d'Or; 69.092, First Queen; -41,197* ? Lucid ;. 73,291, Sir George; 61,661, Crest; 745, Monastery; ?86 088, Delaware; 98,005. Tullamore j 83,402, JFoxteU; 38,30^, ...

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Athletics. CYCLING. ZIMMERMAN RECEPTION MEETING. PARSONS BEATS THE WORLD'S CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Jttltkticft CYCLING. ZIMMERMAN RECEPTION MEETING. PARSONS BEATS THE WORLD'S CHAMPION. Though he was grateful to the cyclists of South Australia for the cordial reception they gave him on his arrival, and the efforts they put forth to make his sojourn in this city as pleasant as possible, Mr. A. A. Zimmerman, the champion cyclist of the world, appreciated much more the cycling meeting organised in honor of his visit. The meeting was held on the Jubilee Exhibition Grounds on Saturday afternoon, and the Cyclists' Association was fortunate in securing such a nice cool day. A stiff breeze blew at the northern epd of the ground, and thouqh it in terfered with the progress of the wheelmen on entering the straight it did not cause the spec tators any discomfort. The attendance was J. W. Parsons. splendid, and it is computed there were fully 9,000 people present. The mounds were densely lined with people, while those who could not secure seats in the pavilion, the. holding capacity of _ whic...

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ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Melbourne, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Melbourne. October 30. A race meeting was held at Aspendale Park this afternoon. The weather was fine and the attendance good. The results were : — TRIAL HANDICAP. Five furlongs. Messrs. Gardiner & Murray's Ordinary, 3 yrs., 7 st. 13 lb. {Stevenson) ? 1 Mr. C. H. Wallis's Beggarman, aged, 7 st. 21b. (Carter) ? 2 Mr. Stafford's Dookie, 6 yrs., 6 st. 7 lb. (R. Lewis) ? 3 Other Btartera — Pitchery (Hill), Twist (Swan), Grimace (Morrison), Yelta (Carson), Naughty Lass (R. Walker), Waterwitch (W. O'Neill), and Sybil (Jas. Hayes). Bettine— Evens Ordinary, 5 to 1 Naughty Lass, 6 to 1 Pitehery, 7 to 1 Twisty 10 to 1 Grimace or Dookie. Won easily by a length and a half. Sybil was fourth, and Grimace fifth. Time, 1 min. 6£sec. HANDICAP HUBDEB RACE. One mile and four furlong's. Mrs. Osborne'sUrangeline,aged,10st 71b. (A. Osborne) ? ? 1 Mr. Perridge's Effie, aged, 11 st 2 lb. (H. Johnstoue) ? 2 Mr. Gardner's Halifax, 6 yrs., 11 st 7 lb. (Mooney) ? 3 Other starters ...

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W. DELANEY. RIDER OF WATERFALL IN THE CAULFIELD CUP. MARIBYRNONG RACES. Melbourne, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

W. DELANEY. RIDER OF WATERFALL IN THE CAULFIELD CUP. MARIBYRNONG RACES. Melbourne, October 29. A successful race meeting was held at Maribyrnong this afternoon, the weather being fine and warm. The attendance was good, and included several intercolonial visitors. The results were : — MAIDEN PLATS. Of 25 sovs. Five and a quarter furlongs. Mr. S. Miller's b g Delos, 4 yrs., 7 st. 7 lb. (Pearson) ? 1 Mr^Wooda's b g Tama, 4 yrs., 7 fit. 7 lb. (C. Power) ? 2 Mr. J. Considme's b g Exchanpe, 2 yrs., 5 at 9 lb. (Clcal) ? 8 Other starters— Captain Swift (Kennedy), Rouseabout (R. Walker), Faultless (Treno with), Trent (A. Day), Coburg (R. Lewis), Boston (W. Ray), and Westlock (R. Trainor). Betting — 2 to 1 against BoBtou or Coburg, 5 to 1 Captain Swift, 7 to 1 Delos or Tama, 10 to 1 others. Won in a canter by six lengths. Captain Swift was fourth, Boston fifth, and Faultless last. Coburg broke down. Time, 1 min. 4| see. HANDICAP HUBDLE BACK. Of 40 sovs. One and a-half miles, Mr. J. E. Brewer'...

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Waterfall, winner of the Caulfield Cup, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

Waterfall, winner of the Caulfield Gup, 1895. Waterfall, a brown colt, 3 years, by Niagara — little Wanzer, is owned by Mr. H. Oxen ham, of Sydney, and prior to his Cup victory had only started a few times, and had but two wins to his credit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A SUCCESSFUL TRAINER. You all know him. He has risen to the top of the tree ; as a trainer and judge of horse flesh he is unequalled. When riding he was one of the best jockeys of his day, but age and flesh coming on forced him to leave the pigskin as a profession. He still feels all the interest of a youth in a good race, and likes to meet an old chum and talk of the good old days gone by. It is a pleasure to see his jovial face with a Frossard's Cavpnr Cigar always between his lips. He Bays life is now doubly worth living, as he can obtain a packet of 8 of these mild and fragrant smokes any where for 1b, rx201:M3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 2 November 1895

A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Suipholine Lotion. It drives away pimplev blotches, roughness, redness, and aU disfigurements. SulphoJins develops a lovely ekin, Is, bottlea. made in London. — AxKra ?132weocEaiuxj?132Q

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