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MELBOURNE BICYCLE CLUB 'S RACE MEETING. Great Success. C. W. Bennett 's Disqualification. (BY WIRE - FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MELDOURNE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

MELBOURNE BICYCLE CLUB'S RACE MEETING. Great Success. C. W. Bennett's Disqualification. (BY WIJIK— KHOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, Saturday Night. j'lu.uuuriie Jiicycie Ulub's race meeting came off this afternoon on the Melbourne Cricket Ground, with marked success. The attendance was vory large C. AV. Bennett, the New South AVales re presentative, was disqualified for all races for having made the pace for Con Dwyer last Saturday. Tho races were all well contested, and resulted as follows Milo Maiden Bicycle Raco. -First heat: Motcii started. Hall, Melbourno, 1 ; Now port, hast Melbourno, 2 ; H. W. Yountr t uriisido, :s. Time. 3min. 1-lsee. Second heat : tight started. J. Lennox, Melbourno B.C., 1; Liwt . Richmond, 2; It. T. Picking, Victoria, 3. Tune, Binin. Unco. Milo Open Tricycle Kaee.-Thirtoen started. H. it, Stokes, Melbourno, 1 ; AV. P. Harrison, Melbourne, 2 ; J. AV. H. Bnsst, Melbourne, .1. Tune, 3min. 13 1-Jwoc Mile Maiden Bicycle itaec. -Final heat: hn- starter*. Len...

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CHESTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

CHESTER HANDICAP. | Tlio following is tho draw in uonnoetion with tho handioap to bo run at Clarendon (Windsor) on April 1 : — First hciit : AV. Mooro, 10yds. ; F. Parkos, llyds. ; H. 1' ony, 23yds. ; J. 'Warriak, 17vd«. Socond heat : A. Knott, 10yd'. i A. Wall, I'M'y. A; s3 23yds. : 'VV. Cosholl, 21yds. Third hoat : V . T. Anns (a.), 15yds. ; T. Dillon (a.), W.V^- i M. Waters, 17yds, : J. Pondorfast, Uyils. Fourth boat : 'l1. Princo, llyds. ; W. Johnson, lGyds, ; J. Evans. llyd».: A. Baltoii,13yilH. Fifth hoat: E. Porry, lJjds. ; P. Molloy, 18yds. J W. Browor, lfiyds. : A. J. Shore (a.), 15vds. Sixth hoat : T. Griffiths, 5yds. j G. Bilks. 19yds. j J. Pago, 17yds, ; J. Connors, llyds. Sovonth hoat : C. Samuols, '(iritoh; J. 'Wood, 19yds. ; G. Daly, Mvds. ; A. Eathor, 17yds. Eighth hoat : H. O'Hara, 20yds. ; L. Stratford, lOyds.j M. Tiornoy, 19jd», j ». Silkfli 22y«8i ?

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CYCLING GOSSIP. Bennett 's Disqualification. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

CYCLING GOSSIP. I Bennett's Biaq.ualification. ' Tlio' 'V.O.U. havo already caused liard ?words, and set tlie Sydrfoy and Melbourne public by tlie ears when they mode the arbitrary decision in connection with Con Dwyer, but those whoso blood was raised to the boilinir point of indignation, havo been still further startled by the nowB that Bennett, the N.S.W. champion, was ruled a protessional by that august body, the V.C.U., and why? simply because he made the pnee for Dwyer to break' record. Now it is an established custom in America for amateurs to nssist and receive assistance from professionals and vice versa, but in Buch a place ns Victoria, of course, they interpret their rules to meet their feelings towards their riders. It is unnecessary for me to go right through tho insolence and snubbery contained in the correspondence between Bennett and tho V.C'.U. before he started for Melbourno, but I must mention ono fact. When Bennett wrote out his entry, Ac., and sent them to Melbo...

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ENTERPRISE SWIMMING CLUB, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

ENTERPRISE SWIMMING CLUB,,. A 100yds. handicap tonic ytooo on Saturday; afternoon at RobiuHou's Hatha for a trophy given by .1. G. 'Wilwrn, proprietor. Firat Heut.— C. S.ivre hwwu ovor. Socond Heat.— T. Maloney, tfaec., 1 ; A. Wells, ? scratch, and J. Tonn^, rtwec., a rtowl heat. Wells and Youuk swam well to/othur lor the first length, and M.ilonry gaincnl on thna at the turn, and won u Hnlendid rues by 2yds. Wells and Young a dead heat for sccond place. Third Hoat. — J. Maloney. seconds, 1 Chambers, towec., 2; W. Chapman, ISsec., 3. Maloney turned Hydw. ahwid of Chambers, with Chapman 5yds. bohind. TMnord»r wan maintained till last half longth, when Malonuy hastened bis pace, and won easily hy 5yds. Fourth Heat.— J. Bnckly, Whoc., 1 ; A.Kutzne*, lOsee., 2. At the tnrn for homo Kntzner had lessoned the distance oonsideruMr between him»df aud Bnekly, but eventually slacitenod off, Icavinff hi« opponent io finish as ho pleased. Fifth Heat.— Ci. T. Leo, £teee., 1 ; J. Punch .'Whoc., '2...

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SWIMMING. BALMAIN SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

SWIMMING. B£XHAIN SWIMMING CLUB. The final for tlio All-Comer*' Maiden Raoo was awum on Saturday last at tho club's bathn, with tho following result : — 1 Vi\ Kiuketta ? ... 1 f . W. W. Stacey ? 2 E. Connolly ... ... ... 7 ..... 3 E. Davies, W. Boylnn, F. Russol, and C. Baton also startod. Rickotts and Stacey wero only a hand apart, and Davis «imilar]y closo to Connolly, tho latter two boin-f a couple of yards bohind the first pair. Stacey entered a protest ajfiiinst Hicketts for winning a first prizo at Cavill's IJaths, which will bo in quired into. . ,

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MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. O11 Friday nftornoon last tho members of tho above clnb shot for a trophy, value 25 sovs. A vory strong wind blow from tho' right, and intorfored greatly with the shoot ing, only ono killing tho wholo of tlio nine ? birds. Messrs. Snyer and Jaokson divided socond money. Scores of the first fpur are appended : — J. C. Smith, 32yds ? 111111111—9 W. Snyer, 32y-ls ? ... 111011111—8 P. W. Jnokson, 32yds ? ... U011U11-8 'Nolson, 32yds ? -111010111— 7

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THE GUN. NEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

THE GUN. KEW SOUTH WALES GUN CLUB. Tho third competition for the Gun Clnb Cup, to be won twice, took placo 011 Saturday last, the previons winners hoinp H. M. Faith ful-and il . K. Lord. At the end of tho nintli rounil a tio was declared between G. B. Modini (31yds.) and S. Grant* (32yds.), each having grassed their nine birds. In tho shooting off Modini killed his tenth bird, arid S. Grant* following failod at an oasy one. Mr. Modini was therefore priielaiiried tho winner, and so secured a log-in. 'I'lio shooting was very oloan and decisive. Apponded aro tho best scoros : — ??.'?? Gok C1.UH Cur (to be won twice), Oil opt. sweep, 2a. -kl. eutrtuicu; nine birds. G. B. Modini, tflyila. (Osborne) ... 1111111111 S. Grant*, aayils. (Powell) ... ... 1111111110 H. M. Faithful, 22yds. (Greener) ... 3011111111 . , .'Asatmiod iiiilnug. -

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GARDINER CUP. F. Lassetter and Co. v. S. Hoffnung and co. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

GARDINER CUP. F. Lasaetter and Co. v. S. Hoffnuug and Co. This matoh, whioli provod tho most exciting of tho oup oontosta, waa conclnded on Satur day in favour of Laasotter and Co.. by 2 runs. For tho winnors, Nowmaroh, firat innings 22 (not out), socond inninija 20 ; E. J. Brown, second innings 30 (run out), was the flnoet dia. I play cfm-iiif,' tlio match. Patrick (lS aillTaO)* anu Abrahams (17, not ont, in tho socond' innir.g-3) played woll for tho loaors, Tiio bowlir.p of Franklin, Par, and Lloyd was' vory successful for tho winnors. Tho follow ing arc* Sho Bcores: — Lasaottor and Co., iirstr. inniiijjs', 42 ; second, 81. Hoffnung and'COI, Curat) inning*, 41 ; m-rond, 83.

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FORDHAM CUP. Balmain v. Albion (13). ALBION (13). - First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

FOBDHAM CUP. Batmain v. Albion (13).' I Ar.moN (13). — First inniuffs. ? I Chalmers, b Irclalo ... ' ? . i- .' 1 Burt, c Allt, b T. Deane ? {», 1 MUrtltti run out ... ... ... « Carr, bT. Define ? . 0 v ! Bolhuny, c Jwlion, b T. Doaue ...: -...fl j MUy, c Allt, b Brent... ... -. 0, . Cliftpman, «T., b Breut ... ...' : ... 1| ' UVl'Donnpli, run out ' ' ... '...'1- - ?- Thorpe, l- Iredalo ... ... . ... 1 ; Clinpiiian, b Irodalo ? ... ^ ... . 0 i . i Otirdis, not out ... ... ?» ; Nairn, b Irednle ? ? ... ; Hliyman, b' Iredalo ... ... ' .« '.,???;? * ' i Sundries ... ... . f..« 13;. | Total ... ... ... v '109 j BoivUiMT'AHnlysis. — T. Deane, Si balls, 85 runs, -3 ? , wickets ?; F. Conkliill, 66 balls, 20 runs j H. Brent;. ; 54 ball8,-U runs, 2 wickots ; F. Iredale, fiOballs/lO runs, 5'wlckets. 1 BALMAix.—First innings. T.' Dean*, b Hayman ? 14 C. Barnes, uol out ? ? ...23 Julian, not out ? ? 3 Sundries ? ? ... .--? 5 Ono wicket for .'. ? 45 The membors of tho Balmain Club intend playing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

PHE IIW IDE A. IMMENSE SUCCESS ! IMMENSE SUCCESS! A. FSHL&YS0H AND CO. Aro now Soiling a Single Garment' at WHOLESALE PEICE, TO MEASURE or READY-MADE, bnc Visit will convince the Buyor tliat tlie above statement is correct. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE PRICE. BOYS' CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE PRICE. YOUTHS' GL0THIN8 AT WHOLESALE PRICE S MEN'S CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE PRICE. GARMENTS TO MEASURE AT WHOLESALE PRICE. Men's Colonial Trousers 5s. lid. Men's Substantial Blue Serge Suit,. 16 si 9d- Men's Durable Tweed Suit 16s. 9d. aiTE THE IEW JimJL AjTJR&AL, . ANI- SAVE 331 PER GENT.. . NOTE THE ADDRESSES— 14', YORK-STREET, CORNER BARRACK-STREET FOB' TAILORING- AND CLOTHING. 29, ERSKINE-STREET, NEAR SUSSEX-STREET, FOR TAILORING CLOTHING; HATS. AKD 'MERCERY. BUSINESS HOURS— S.oO a.m. to 6 o'clock, p.m., Saturdays included.

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COUNTRY CRICKET. (BY WIRE - FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) YOUNG. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

COUNTRY CRICKET. (BY WIEE*— FROM OUR OWNCORRESrONPENT). I Young. Sati^rlnv Nierht. A cricket 'match1 was played hero to-day botXvoen tho Cucrinjrtons, from Harden, and a ; local team, which resultod in a win for tho 1 formor bv^ nine wickots. Stores — Young: | First innings,- 40; second1 innin^a, ! Paclrott (11) hoinjr chief scorer. Ilardon; First innings, 711, £-empsey 15 and Fuhey V ; socond ' innings, ono wickot* for 10 runs ; J. Wilson made the winning liitwith n G. over tho fence. Dempsey, Wifeon-, and Wall trundled well for tlio winners, ns did likowiso Rog-au for the loners. Parramatta, Saturday Niglit. Confccs v. Couio. — Tliis match wan drawn. Tho latter scored 07, of which Cowpor mado 4fi. Tlfcir last' wicket foil *jn3t- as tiuio was called. For - C'oates Byrnes bowled splcu didly. . Tho Parramatta team defeated the Rydcs by five runs. Scores, 82 aixl 77. Tho Hospital for Insaue admiui^t.oml a ono innings dofeat to tho Nomads. Niigle, of tho formor, batted well for 8G runs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

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

FOOTBALL. GENERAL MEETING. . A special genoral meeting of tho Parkgrove Football Clnb, playing under the rnles of tho Southern British*:. Football Association, was held at tho Edinburgh Castle Hotel, on the 23rd inst., whou thero was a fair number of membors present: After a good deal of dis cussion it wa» docided that the uniform of the club bo blaok jersey with royal-blue saih, and whito knickers.* Tho election of office bearers for thb' ensuing season wm then pro ceeded withV and resulted as follows: — Cap-' tain W. M. M'Millan ; vice - captrin, K. M'Alpino ; secretary and treasurer. 0. M'Alpine ; committee, Messrs. M4Mili:m, Day, Macroady, and M'Alpine (2). It is anticipated tliat this season will be au eventful ono imtho history of the game inXow ! South Wales, as rumours aro afloat as to tho formation or sovoral new clubs, which, in con junction with thttao already in exi.-'t.erxO, should tend to bring tho game into greater prominence than it has hitherto enjoyed. The attendan...

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AMONG THE BOXERS. FOLEY 'S GYMNASIUM. Jack Connor 's Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

AMONG THE BOXERS. (By ',jB6xKB-MAJcn/') 1 FOLEY'S GYMNASIUM. . Jack Connor's Benefit. Tho gymnasium was placed at Jack Connor's disposal on Saturday night for a benefit, and the attendance was very large, as indeed it should havo been, seeing that the bill provided was a mixed one, and the performers all men of good repute in the athletio arena. Tlie Boxers, Hives and Williams gave a show for three rounds. Starting away it looked as though matters were settled beforehand to be of a friendly character, but as time wore on they rattled up, and in the second round Hives drew the claret from Wil liam?, who, in return, sent in some ugly slaps on the jaw. Nothing daunted, how ever, both went at it in good style, and in response to the cheers from the audience, the lads plugged most determinedly. Hives had the best of the bout from a scientific point of viow. Pablo, with his usual good temper, faced Dowling, who, by tho way, cannot control himself to box lightly, and consequently tlio form...

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

athletics. (By Nmhjlefoot.V ^ Entries, close, on Tuesday for a .£21 han dicap at Parramatta on Easter. Acceptances nro due for the .£30 Handi cap at Parranrnoa on tho Gth inst. Entries ni-' due on Monday for the small handicap at North Willoughby. A quarter-mile raco is advertised by Mr. Frank Smith for May 2 at Botany. E?At Mackay the Hibernian Handicap was won by H. Walker, and also tho hurdlo race. Entries for the Easter handicap meet ing at the Flemington Running Grounds closo on Friday evening next. The starts for the next Carrington will be declared during the week. Tho entry numbers 328, which is the largest entry yet received in the world. J^k Malono did 135yds. inll-see.,oroyds ovor even. There was a slight wind blowing down tho track, but ho showed great pace in the early part of the race. Ho came back a bit to Brown towards tho finish. Malone and Clarke are scratch for tho Easter Gift at Stawell. Two years ago Malone was the sensation of tho meeting, aud last year Clarke....

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HOW YOUNG JACK MALONE BE AT THE "BOOKS" [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

HOW YOUNG JACK IttALONE BEAT THE 'BOOKS' III these days of betting and big money prizes for footraces, runners aro always annoyed by numerous supposed to be clever peopio inquiring 'are you going 'to try.' Malone, by his win in the recent Carrington, has taught bookmakers mid other inquisitive people a lesson they will not soon forgot, ioung JacK aiaionu whs ono of tho first to bo made a Btrong favour ite forthe Socond Electric Light Handicap, which meant, of course,' that a deal of monoy had to be spout to got much about liim. Aftor winning his first heat, Jack made n'- secret that ho would go down as soon as ho mot a good man. Wlion ho wis drawn in tho same heat as Peirson and Chandler, tho clever people made sure ho would not try to win, and the bookmakers loudly called _ out 'even money Malono.' Tho committee [ had a well founded suspicion that Malono would not win,, and some of them wont 'dbwn' the'track'tdsco'thathd triced To the surprise of many young Jack ran from the jump a...

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MYERS AND GEORGE. Myers :Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

MYERS AND GEORGE. Myers .Wins. Evor since Myers landed in Australia he has boon looking for a match at a middle dis tanco. A match was promptly made with T. M. Malono, but through tlio latter being troubled with sciatica, and perhaps thinking tho American too good, ho forfeited. Somo* thing liko a month back George, tho champion long-distance runner of the world, set foot on Australian soil, and a raco was readily ne gotiated with tlie Manhattan runner, and nrticlos woro signed to run 1000yds., 1250yds., and 1500yds. for X200 a.side. George immediately took up his quarters at Sir Josoph Banks, Botany, attended by Tommy Lawronco, and Myers stayed at tho Captain Cook Hotel facing Moore Park, and did his work on tho Agricultural and Associa tion Grounds, while liis wants were attended toby tho English runner, Moody. Very few pcoplo, indeed, were on tlie grounds till about 4 o'clock, when tho attend ance increased gradually till between 3000 and 4000 were present, when the men woro lot ...

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HUTCHES v. TRINDER. HUTCHENS WINS IN 13 1 - 10 SE0. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 31 March 1887

HUTCHENS v. TRINDER. HUTCHENS WINS IN 13 1-lOSEO. ' (I'ROM OUR OWN CORItESI'ONDENT.) The footrace for J200 between Harry Hutchens and Alf Trinder (the former conceding the local man -l.Jyds in 130, took place on Saturday afternoon on the cricket ground. Ever since tho match was made tho utmost enthusiasm has been evinccdin tho result; but the betting was not so brisk as might have been expected. un j! riuay nigm a level nunureu was laiu, which was tlio biggest bet made. Hutchens arrived on Friday morning and took up his quarters at the Sydney Hotel, accompanied by Charlie Smith, liis trainer. Tho Englishman did two runs dsily, and pronounced the track the best grass one lie over ran upon. Trinder did work at Waratah under William Reilly, of Tiglie's Hill. When tho men emerged from their respective dressing rooms the cheering was intense, Hutchens being particularly well greeted. The attendance numbered 3000, the majority of whom were miners. Tlie betting on the ground was all in fii...

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POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887

POSTPONED. j The pigeon-shooting match nt the Hur lingham Grounds, Cook's Eiver, Sydney , hns been postponed to Friday the 17th inst. The prise money is good.

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COURSING. SHERWOOD PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887

COURSING. SHERWOOD FAKE. Another coursing meeting wos opened at Sherwood Park, ivlclboiirno^^gjUBMtt th'l — ? puppies to make th^^jai^j^^^Hpicrablo that stopi'. ,iut long^^^^^^^^^^^^^ery thing. b-Avever, and Horatio. r,Uan,-,-nrl i^^^^^^^^^H^Knnoi'ted colo brities Eent of Oborno. Horatio, who a sapling' last season, has ma^^^^^^H^eputation. He is a bit faster tlui^^^^^Flmt tho latter is a verv resolute a^^^^Pr greyhound, indeed, it took Horatio ^^Vtimo to heat her in tho final. Below ar^^^ l-oturns and details of running : — Tho Hobin Hood Stakos, for oijjht all-agosr at jSI cach. Winner, .£22 : soeond, .£10. — Deciding courso : Mr. P. F . Kolly's bk w d r.oyal beat Solon, and won tho stake. Tlio Littlo John Stakos, for eight ail-ages, at dS3 each. Winner, -£1G ; sceond, .£8.— De- cidinif course : Mr. M. J. Kardimau's w b Hazehvood beat Beaver, and won tlio stalco. Tho Hawkslmrn Stakes, for oight puppies, at X3 each. Winner, illG ; second, i:8.— De- eidiag c-oiirsa : Mr. M. J. Hardi...

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