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IRELAND 'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
IRELAND'S HANDICAP. About 300 peoplo woro presont at the abovo sports on Saturday, at Burwood. Tho track was in good order, but }fos boon altered, and tho raon now run in tho contrary dirootion to that at tho other handicaps. Now tho run ning is a good deal down liill, find of courso tho timos woro fast. Mr. F. Williams was starter, and did his work woii, whilo Mr. Iroland was judge. Williams soomod in good Hick, and perhaps tho best man ho met was T. Princo, who ran in about his worst style. Tho following aro tlio results : — FINAL. W. H. Williams, 10yds ? 1 '\V. Garland, 20y-\a ? 2 W. Moxloy, 15yds ? ii A. Brown, 17yds ? 4 Brown nnd Garland wero put. Imck 2yds., n»d Williams and Moxloy, lyl oacli for false starting. A good start, and Garland led for 110yds., when WilMams caught liita tvud won by n yard. Garland was favourito. Timo, 14 l-5see.
FORDHAM CUP. Balmain v. Thirteen Albion. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
FOSDHAM CUP. Balmain v. Thirteen Albion. Tho match for the Fordham Cup was finished on . Saturday, and resulted in a win for iho Balmains by seven wickets and 0 runs. Tho play of the Bal mains was simply perfection in all departments of tho gamo, especially the wickeikseping of S Deane, and the splendid bowling average of F. Iredale, whose bowling was unplayable, his average being fivo wickets for 10 runs, and se .'en wickets for 9 in the secoud innings. Tho batting of Barnes 31, and tho brothers T. and S. Deane wps good. For the Albious, Carr secured c^'h* wic kets for 36 runs in the first inning3, wb'le Chalmers 51, showed very good cricket with the bat. It may be mentioned that tho Balmain cap tain allowed tbe match to be completed, and played beyond the time until twenty minutes past six, when tho light was very bad. Appendou are the full scoros :— Balmain.— First Innings. T. Dome, !- Huymr-.n ? 31 C. Barnes, b Carr ? 31 Julian, run out ? 6 S. Deane, c Hnyuian, b Carr ? 35 E. Co...
GARDINER CUP. Roberts, Chalmers and Co, v. Christopher Newcton Bros, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
GARDINER CUP. Koberts, Chalmers and Co. V. Chris topher Newton Bros., and Co. This match was commenced on Saturday last on the Agricultural [Society's Ground, and being so near tho final some considerable interest was evinced by a fa'rly good attendance ©f spectators. Christopher Newtouswon tho toss and olnofed to bat, but owing to the excellent bowling of Driver, who was in grand form, rather a poor stand was made; thoir first inniiurs closed for the small total of 27. Goldsmith was highest scorer, 13, aud Hill came next with 7. Driver, for R.C. uud Co., taking six wickets at a cost of only 11 ruuB. Roberts, Chalmers aud Co. then started to bat, and put together 67 before the fall of the tenth wH;ot. T,ndoi- r-lnypd a V»villi:nit not out innings of 2-;, made up by . good ail rouud hitting, whilst Alderson, 8, and Chalmers, 7, wero tlie next highest scorers ; Merrittt securing six wickets aud Goldsmith four. Christ. Newtous mado a secoud venture, and at tho call of timo the score re...
PRINTERS' CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
PRINTERS' CUP. What is looked upon as tho greatest contest of tho series of matches now being played for the Printers' Cup was commenced on Saturday after noon, betweon teams representing tho .Evening Neve* and Ctf»ntc^nnd Mcrcury offices, and so far as tho gamo has proceeded these anticipations have been fully borne out. Tho News winning the toBS elected to bat ou a good wickot, with a bright sky overhead; but tho bowling of Simpson and Dunlop, backed up by splendid fielding, brought about their speedy downfall, and tho inniugs closed for tho small total of 42 runs. Harris, who played good free cricket with sound defence for SI runs, was the only double figuro scorer. Tho Mercury mon then took the creases, uud fared littlo bettor than their opponents, being all disposed of for it, or 2 ruMs to tho good. Little played a not#ut inniugs for 10 runs. Wearno was tbe bowler who carried destruction into the ranks of tho latter tejini, ho boing credited with nine wickets for 20 runs. Simps...
EAVES' CUP. Glebe Wellington v. Croydon Rugby. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
EAVES' CUP. Glebe Wellington v. Croydon Rugby. xneso cinos mot xor tno anovo cup on tne Cup wickets, Alexandria, the gamo resulting in a decisive victory for tho former by un innings and 72 runs. Scores: Globe Wellington, 110, of which Dummett 66, Youll 15, and Marsden 10 by good criokot. Tho former played a splendid innings, only giving ono chauco wheu ho was 52. Croydon Rugbys— First innings, 27 ; second innings, 17, Luland (14) being tho chief scorer. Youll eleven wickets lor 20, and Duggan seven for 10 bowled very effectively for tho winners, whilo Williams and Luland bowled best for the losers.
RAILROAD MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
' RAILROADMEN. Bowral, N.S.W., July 26, 188G. — 1 have very great pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of Warner's Safe Cure, Having suffered from an affliction of the liver and kidneys, I found great benefit after some six bottles had been taken.— S. BENNETT, Stationmaster.
GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
GRATITUDE. BENALiiA, Victoria, June 4, 188G. — Warner's Safe Cure restored my Liver and urinary organs to health, and X shall always feel gratified' for- the same. The disease was over two years' standing, but I' am now in soumd health.— THOS. HOL LAND*
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [He returns: Splitting the air with noises CORIOLANUS.] The Coming Season. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
FOOTBALL GOSSIP. [Ho returns: Splitting tlio uiv with noises. — COBIOLANtrS.] Tlie Comin tr Season. Football has nearly ended his summer vacation, nearly fulfilled tlie ,term of his banishment, and is now approaching us once more, bringing with him the chilly ivinds. If cool weather sets in before May then you can look out for footballers, aud if wannjiveatlior is tlie state of affairs m August no power? on earth will or can prevent the cricketers from appearing, even though the entrance be premature death to footballers. Football is a very estimable game, no doubt, that is when one is compelled to run, fcr*nble, kick, yell, and screech, in order to keep the vital fluid in constant circulation. A game of football is not at all bad whea there's a cold, westerly wind and a drizzling rain on a Saturday afternoon, but when old Sol drives down his heat at about: 120 degrees in tho shade, then I say no sane person will oven attempt to raise his foot to the ball. That our friend old footba...
Good Grounds for Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
Good Grounds for Complaint. J.l-e junior clubs have always estimated themselves as very harshly treated and most unfortunate, but their lot is a para dise when compared with tho fortunes, or rather misfortunes, of tlio second fifteenB of senior clubs. Last season there Iwasi a marked decrease in the number of second fifteen senior players, as. also the decadence of the form generally shown by not a few of them in times past. The cause of this is not very diiiicult to ascertain, and the whole story lies in a nutshell. Last season the juniors had a cup all for their own dear selves (not that they did not deserve it), while tho mem bers of second fifteens wero not eligible, and properly so. too, to compote for that trophy. Now, all men must ac' nit that there is a certain glory attached to winning a trophy, and many will play themselves blind in cup matches who, under ordinary cive.um^t 'n' v-\ would W quite content to take things rationally and rather coolly. If trophies do not sharpe...
AMONG THE BOXERS. FOLEY 'S GYMNASIUM. Benefit to the Bull Sufferer [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
AJttOyfi T1IE BOXERsJ r .. ,.(Bt ^Boxbe-Majob.') FOLEY'S GYMNASIUM. j Benefit to tlie Bulli Sufferer:;. Tlie beno'it If ndoved by Mr. L. Foley in aid of the Bulli sufferers on 'Wednesday might was well nttcnded, as, indeed, it j should have been, as the programme was n neally brilliant one. The first to appear -wero two youths, who acquitted themcelvos manfully. Possum Ward and yourg Fuller did likewise, winding up in en.-nesO. ' B. Fuller and Aitken warmed up nicely, I ; and Bloomfield kept Mann going all the tiuif. Professor Jackson has a good pupil in ICeily, and the master and pupil plea-.',-] the audience immensely. Slavin had 0. ! Dunn out of wind at tho end of their sliw.', j ; and Steve O'Donuell and the champion j , . amateur received any amount of apple us* from their friends. Mr. Lysaght, t;tl member for the district, tlmn ratm-.i thanks to all who gave their a~,sistai ?when Deerfoot and'a young man named Hall had the onlookers inroarsoflnught r Mr. J. Thompson and Mr. Fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
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COUNTRY CRICKET. (BY WIRE - FROM OUR CORRESPONDVNT.) PARRAMATTA, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 7 April 1887
COUNTRY CRICKET. (BY WIRE - FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) PARRAMATTA, Saturday Night. Coates v. Standard Brewery was drawn in favour of the Coates. Scores : Standard Brewery, 73 - Griffiths 22 ; Coates, three wickets for 48 - Ferguson 22 (not out), Byrnes 12 (not out). Parramatta v. University was drawn in favour of the Parramattas, who scored 107 against six wickets for 30 runs. SECOND ST. LEONARD v. TWELVE N.S. CLIFTON. - Won by the former, after an enjoyable game, by 22 runs. Scores : 49 and 27. For the Saints, Lee and Aveyard batted well for 4 and 11 respectively while A. Buist, for the Cliftons, with 7 to his &nbsp; credit was top scorer. J. Lee and Jimmy Roth- well bowled splendidly, the former taking six wickets for 18, and the latter four for 9. Robert- son and Walsh bowled well for Clifton. A match was played between the Rover and Bar- nacle clubs, which resulted in a win for the former by 9 ruus. The batting of Saunders (6), Dick (10), and Fitzpatrick (23) for the Barna...
THEATRICAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
THEATRICAL CRICKET. j A scratch match between tho representatives of the various theatres and a fow friends took placo ou tho Association Grouud on Good Friday, and a very enjoyable afternoon was spent. The bowling honours wero divided between W. G. Carey and A. Baker -for their respective sides, whilst Messrs. Brongh, Baker, Duff. Barton, and M'Donotigh successfully wielded the willow, S. P. Joues play ing carefully for his share of the day's sport. Mr. J. C. Williamson aud Mr. H. Benuett wero tho respective captains. Appended are tho scores : — H. Bennett's Side. First Innings. Second Innings. F. Joiies, st Akhurst, b Pooley ... * ? 1 A. Baker, c S. Jones, b W. G. Carey ? 13 not out ... 9 H. Bennett, b Carey ? 0 b S. Jones ... 0 F. Burton, at Akhurst, b Carey ? 0 not out ... 3i F. Walker, ruu out ? 8 b S. Jones ... 0 II. E. Cox, b Carey ? 0 b S. Jones ... 0 — 7*avis, b Pooley ? 5 C. Scagrave, b Carey ... 4 b Duff ? 5 — M'Douougli, b Pooley, c Carey ... ... ... 10 — Adair, b Gerald...
EAVES CUP. North Shore Norwoods v. Standards. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
EAYES CUP. North. Shore Norwoods v. Standards. This match was played on Good Friday on tho cup wickot at Watorloo, and rosultod in a win for tho former by soven runs, aftor a very exciting game. Scores : — N.S.N.C.C., 35 and 59 ; Honuorson 20, Harpham 15, Sinclair 13, and Bollott 10 showed best form. L.C.C., 51 and 36 ; Smith 20, Crocker 18, Kennedy 12, and Howard 12 batted boat. Sinolair eight for 35, aud Harpham nine for 39, bowlod woll for tho winners ; while Hogan and Howard bowlod best for tho losers.
ON BOARD THE WOLVERENE. The Naval Artillery Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
ON BOARD THE WOLVERENE. The Naval Artillery Volunteers. Denied a eruiso this yoar, tlio Naval Artil lory Voluntodra aro doing tho host thoy can unaor tlio oircumstauco3. Thoy havo takou possession »f H.M.C.S. Wolvorono as sho lies at hor mooriiijfa noar Ooolcatoo Island. Prom tho old warship a sorios of excursions, com bining- ploasuro and muoli roal.lia'rd worlc. aro plannud. A good fow of tlio tars wont on board oil Thursday nvnniiic to Hfnnn-n up mattors for tlio oomfort of tho main body of thoir comrades who loft tho shod at Fort Maonuario noxt morning. Boforo ovon ing olosod all woro woll:,' shakon down' to thoir position. In t.io aftornoon . tho port ivatoliwonfc outsido tho Hoads in tlio stoam lioppor Noptuno, and did somo oxcollont work with shot and slioll at a lloiiting targot, tlio starboard watch luoanwhilo was ongagod putting tlio ' homo in ordor.' Yostorday, tho timo wus filled in with company drill, &c. To day, tlio mon attend church pauulo, and havo leavo to ...
SATURDAY 'S CRICKET. METROPOLITAN CUP. Mansfield v. Pyrmont Ivanheo. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. METROPOLITAN CUP. Mansfield v. Pyrmont Ivanlioo. This match was conoludod on tho cup wickot on Saturday, tho Ivanhoos winning rathor easily by fivo wickets. Play com moncod very early, and as tho wicket was very damp owing to tho rain and dew, tho bowlors had all tlio advantago, and thus tho Ivanlioes could only muster up 32 runs in thoir first attompt. Grinham #was tho only doublo-figuro scorer for his sido, and con tributed 15 by vorj* froo batting, and was un fortunate in playing the last ball of tlio innings on to nis wickog. xtouorcs, wno nas boon run out in noarly ovory innings lie lias played for tho cup, astonished the onlookers by being run out almost aftor tho first ball he rocoivod. However, it was cntiroly his partnor's fault, and tlio run was well nigh an impossiblo ono. Hamilton and Carroll shaped very well for thoir respective contri butions. During this innings tho Mans ffolds had to uso a couplo of substitutes in the fiold placo of Rico and Ingha...
THE SYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
THE SYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB. Tho following aro tho handicaps for tho Sydney Driving Park Club's mooting on 15th instant j — Fkee-for-All T rot. — Commander (lato j Lieutenant), Lillie G. (imp.), Leithomstead, ' Cyolono, Lucilla (imp.). Intercolonial Ciiampion Trotting Stallion Race. — Iluon (imp.), Vormont, Jun. (imp.). Maiden Trot. — Yiolotta b f, Sir Daniol, Confusion (under protest), Morry Girl, Kitty, Lady Vormont, Darkio, Dozy. Pony Time Handicap Trot,— Greon nnd : Ruby, aoratch ; Miss Brown, 5sec. bohind ; scratch; Pollio, 5sec.; Minilio, lOseo. ; 1 Maggie, lOscc. ; Spot (lato Nollie), 25sec. ; Fairplay (lato Uno), 30sec, ; Dolly, 305ec. ; Onward, 30sec. j Crcolo, 35sec. Time Handicap Trot. — Pilgrim, scratch : Tit Willow, scratch ; Miss Agnes, scratch : Onward, scratch ; Darkie, lOsoo. bohind i scrnteh ; Dolly, lOsoe. ; Blnck Tracker, 15sec. ; Lady Vermont, 15soc. ; Queon of Trumps, 20seo. ; Princo, 20scc. ; Tommy, ; 20ivec. ; Gladstone (lato Emu), 20soo. ; Bumblo, 20boc. ; ...
ACCIDENT TO CAPTAIN DOD US. NATIONAL PARK. Saturday. 5. 30 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
ACCIDENT TO CAPTAIN DODUS. (by* WIRE— FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) National Park. Saturday. 5.30 p.m. Captain Dodds was severely injured at 5.30 to-day, whilo jumping his horso ovor a rail. His horso fell, and getting up planted ono of its hoofs on Dodds' chest. Captain Dodds' collarbone is broken, and it is feared ho has sustained serious internal injuries. Tho medical men arc rendering evory possiblo assistance to tho injurod man. Sntiff/low O QA Captain Dodds still vory bad, and tho doctors unable to givo full roport as yet though hopes are ontortained of his rocovcry. Tlio ovent has caused quito a gloom to settlo ovor tho camp. Guns havo boon ordered not to flro, and buglo and trumpet calls have been dispensed with during tho critical time. Tho ; Gonoral is doing ovory thing for Captain Dodd's comfort. ?
WARIALDA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
WAJilALDA ANNUAL EACES. The following weights have been de clared foritlie Warilda Annual Races — j TOWN PLATE. : st. lb. st. lb. ; Kathleen ... 9 2 Oddfellow ... 0 10; Careless ... 8 9 Luoifor ? 6 9 Bulgoa ? 7 12 Red Lanoor ... G 8: Vidctto ... 7 10 Nimrod ... 6 8; Bay Dot ... 7 9 Molroso ... G 8 Capricornus ... 7 .0 Napols ? 0 8 Black Domcm... 7 4 Post Boy ... 6 0 Iioulotto ... 7 2 Ranger ... 0 3 Buckthorn ... G 10 Early Bird ... 6 3 : Partidgo ... 6 10 JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. st. lb. st. lb. Kathleen ... 9 0 Partridge ... 6 8- Careless ... 8 .7 Oddfellow ... .6 8 Bulgoa ? .7 10 Luoifor ? 6 7 BaylDot ... 7 7 RediLancor ... 6 G Capricornus ... 7 4 Molroso ... G G Midnight ... 7 .2. Clockworks ... 0 G Bankor ... 7 2 Mabel ? 6 5, Why Not ... 7 2 Post Boy ... 6 4; Skylark ... 3 0 Rangor ? 6 0 Druinmor ... 7 0 Early Bird ... 6 0 Roulette ... 7 0 Acceptances must be made on ox before Thursday, April 14.
MIDDLE HEAD CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
MIDDLE HEAD CAMP. Eastor again, and onco moro Middle Hoad rings with buglo calls, martial music, and tho tramp of hired men, as battery aftor battery arrives on the ground. Colonol Roberts, C.M.G., is in command of tho camp, and tho following officors p,ro in camp: — Colonel Roberts, C.M.G. (in com mand), Liout.-Colonols Murphy and Airy, don, Bridges. Gonoral Staff — Colonol Bing ham, Major Bunbury, R.A., Major Penrose, R.E. (instructors), Surgeon Major Williams and Dr. Lx'Dunner. Volunteer Artillory — Colonel Wolls (in command), Major Rom miugton, Captains Nathan (adjutant), Wig rain, Kirkaldy, M'Kinloy, M;Cabo, Robert son and Airy, Liouts. Aggar, Lester, Scott, Pringle, Orf, Mooro, Muir, Manning, Williamson, Williams, and Ashe. Rosorve Artillery- -Captain Phillips, Lieut. D'Arcy, Liout. Dunne (Balmain), Liouts. Martin and Blako (Botany). Tho Head Quarter Batteries and the Rosorve, mustorcd at Dawes' Battery^ and woro formed up at 9 a.m., and a fow minutes after marched ou board th...