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DENILIQUIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
DENILIQtTIN RACES. DKtJILIQDIN J.C. BIHEH' PRODUCE TAKES, 1889. Mr. G. C. Jenrcr'« h f, l»y Meteor— Actress Mr. 51. Dowliug'H b c, by Meteor— -laia by Touch stone Mr. J. Postlothwaitc's b c, by Meteor)— dam by Alarm Mr. J. M'Crnc's b f, by Lotlmir— La Bcllo Mr. G. Aslicroft's b or br f, l-y HcrculoH— unknown Mr. G. Ashcroft's ch c, by Hcrcules— Fairytulo Mr. G. Ashcroft's br or bk f, by Herculos— un- known Mr. G. Afchcroft's blk or br f, by Hcrculcs— Pre- mier mare Mr. J. DohoIioo's b or br c, by Herculea— unknowu Mr. M. Power's cli c.'by Herctiles— Dolo nuiro Mr. W. J. M'Kee'e br c, by Alarm— Zebra Mr. 'NV. M'Cttrthy's br c. by Spark— Kutie Darling Mr. T. U. Carne6' ch c, by Yarni^on— Mirth Mr. J. Lee's b or br c, by Spark— Millie Lmuler Mr. W. F. Robertson's b or br e, by Troubiidoiir— unknown Mr. W. F. Robertson's g c, by Troubndonr, by Bryan O'Lynn Mr. W. Mackenzie's br c, by Albury— Legacy Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lotlmir— Barmaid Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Xothair— Peerleas Mr. J. C...
THE NEILSON — MATTERSON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
TZili NPILSON— Tff^TTEHSOW MATCH. On Fri lav mst theiv will boa real good race on the -A.l iJari-amatta, tmd those who attend will see a close contest. It is. now sohio timo since there was li boat race of any noto in Sydney, nnd I hope to see all tlio old sports, or at least most of them. that graced the Hanlan season with their presence. Onco tho ice is broken we may hope to see a very lively season among the oarsmen. - Charley Mattorson on Friday noxt measures strokes with liis old opponent, Christian Neilson. It must be eighteen months or so since they rowed, and during the interval tho raw-boned youth has developed into a strong man and a finished oarsman, I saw him the other day on the Parramatta, and I liked his style of getting through . tho water veiy much. Ho rows a deal like his brother Neil, and looks , hearty/not being too fino as when he last rowed his match. Neilson seems to havo improved sinco we saw liim row last, and though he shaped poorly in England he returns to...
FOURTH DAY — SATURDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
Fourth Day— Saturday, April 10. 1 Rous Handicap, of 5 sovs. each, with 150 bovh. addod ; second 25 so, vs. 1 milo and 3 furlongs. — Ye41ow Jacket, Chesham, Auray, Invormay, Plutarch, Simon, Aurelia, King fish, Coroban, Crossfire, Argyle, Kingsgrovo, Volcano, Halcyon, Frisco, Lady Marion, Homo Rulo, Invader, Blairgowrie, Emerald, Jollity, Tamarisk, Tho WrecK, Raoul, Wolfo's Schnapps (late Herat), Chicago, Shark, Kitty U isnor, Tlio iNun. Place Handicap, of 10 sovs. each, with 300 sovs. added ; second, 100 sovs. ; third, 50 bovb. li mile. — Yollow Jacket, Ravensworth, Invermaj', Arsenal, OJoldlako, Raoul, Maid of ilio Lake, Paladin, Soldier's Wind, Crossfiro, Stanley, Mitrailleuse, Halcyon, Keith, King fish, Tom Brown, Lancer, Honevcomb, Abnor, Tho Jewel, Tho Orphan, Kitawa, Tho 'Wreck, Rosobiid, First Demon, Crispin, Ringmaster, Nelson, . Second Nursery Handicap, of 5 sovs. 1 each, with 150 sovs. added ; second, 25 sovb G furlongs. — Stookwell, Lady Lovoll, Hun tingtowor, Rupert II.,...
NAVAL AND MILITARY. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT. OUR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. The National Park Encampment. At middle head On board the Wolvorene Accident to Captain Dodds NATIONAL LARK. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
NAVAL AI\I) MILITARY. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT. OUR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. Tho National Paris Encampment. At Middle Head. On board the Wolvoreuo. Accident to Captaia Dodds. ' (BY OUR HI'KCIAL KEPOATKIl liATioxAT* I. auk. Saturday. Tho Encampment of 18S7 ifl now in full awing, fino weather having provailod so far, although rather a cloudy and threatening sky ho* appeared ovory day. Tho staff and cooks have been in camp for about a wook previous to Goed Friday, arranging for tho quartering and provisioning of tho troops. Tont accom modation is very limited, as a groat number of tho touts havo been lont to tho unomployod, which necessitates a larger number of men boing put in cach tont. This is rather an in convonionco, but' oh tho numbor of men in camp is not so groat as la«t year, tho diflioulty is moro oanily mot. A great deal of rain has f&llon since tho tents wero pitchod, which has rendered tho ground rather sloppy, but on account of tho sandy naturo of tiio soil tho ground s...
RIES, WEIGHTS, &C. ALLAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
?lIES, WEIGHTS, &c. ?VLIAN JOCKEY CLUBAUTUMN MEETING. Iillowing are tho general entries for ;ing, wliich commences on Saturday, and will bo continued an the follow* lay, Thursday, and Saturday : — ti- Day — Tilurbday, April 14. ear-old Plate, of 150 sots. Winner I for 150 sovs. 5 furlongs.— Stock- ; 0 Bonco, British Queen, Rossville, Exbank, Rosary, Tho Telegram, Locknloy, Starli, Orange Blossom, y Buster, Yotman, Piscator colt. ro Plate, of 150 sovs. 1 mile. — Merry Duchess, Sir Garnet, Spccu toldlake, Jeremy Diddler, Aurelia, pion, Prince Sterling, Lord of All, . [an, Sentence, First Gamo, EUiug Ie, Sawdust, Wanda, Lancer, Alma, 1 Sir Edward, Neoklaco, Dreamer, ; Itegent, Lady Marion, Recruit, p Entries: PImon, The Lcvitc, ^^^^^^H-aiUlgll, J.I1U1NUD. ouui. Stakes, of 10 sots., with 250 scm^^Bled ; second, 50 sovs. 1 mile. — Honeydew^ Moorhouse, Lady Lovoll, Oceana, Blairgowrie, The Charmer, Kingsgrovo, In. Termay, MitraiUenso, Volcano, Abercorn, Perfumo, Aberdeen, Lava, Po...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
SPORTING NEWS. The Palmcrslon Jockey Club will shortly hold a meeting. The leading prize is £100 and a Cup, while the second liorse receives £20. On Monday next Mr. W. Garling will offer a third share in Arsenal. Whether it will be eagerly sought after-or- nor re mains to be seen, but an estimate of what liis present owners value him at will be the result. On the 20th the same gentle man will submit twelve well-bred mares, all stinted to either Child Harold or Honesty. Just as the horses were saddled up for the Cup, and were leaving the paddock, Mr. Jolin Mayo received a telegram, an nouncing the death of one of his family. Had it arrived a little sooner, in all probability both The Jewel and Stanley would, have been scratched. Had sucn taken place it could not have caused any complaint. On Friday next Mr. Clibborn will dis pose of twenty-seven thoroughbred mares, the property of Mr. Andrew Town, of Hobartville. It scarcely requires to be said that tho quality of these mares can not...
THE GUN. APRIL. N. S. W. Gun CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
[?] N.S.W. Gun Club. il Match, MoU-ourno v. Now South kith Wales Gun Club3. Club Trophy, lo p.m. Pg Cups, for first and second claas botors. -hy presented by tho clnb. Mat, mo Gun (2nd competition). ihy presented by Mesrrs. Elkington d Co. Swoop. Open Handicap. Club Cup (1th competition). -hics presented by the club, for first d second class shooters. ?June. g Cups (2nd competition for first tss, 5th competition for second class). !es Bracelet. [weep. Open Handicap. Ihy presented by H. M. Faithful, Esq. Irnc Gun (3rd competition).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
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YACHTING AND ROWING. Sailing. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
YACHTING AND BOWING. Sailing*. Apuil. 1G— Evolutions, B.S. Club. — General Hurry Sculls, J. J. Richardson-s Prizo S.A.S. Club. 30— Evolutions, S.A.S. Club. Rowing'. . April. 10— tJppor Yarra Regatta, Melbonrno. 10 — C. Neilson v. C. Mattcrson, JB100 a side, Parramatta River championship courso, Sydney. 20— Brott v. Green Match, Parramatta Rivor. 21, 23— Mr. H. Davis' Handicapped Outrider Raco, Champion courso ; prizes, .£100, .£30, .£15, and £ 5. May. 21 — Grafton Rowing Club Annual Regatta. | 28— Intercolonial Eight-oar Race, Parrdinatta River. June. — LaVo Illawarra Handicapped Outrigger Race.
A. J. C. MEETING. (Tips By "EARLY BIRD.") [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
A.J.C. FLEETING. (Tirs nv ' Eahly Biiid.') The third or 'off day ' as it is termed of the A.J.C. Autumn Meeting will beheld at Ilandwick to-morrow, when six events will be contested, viz. The Two-year old Plate, the All-aged Stakes, Welter Handi cap, First Foal Stakes, Cumberland Stakes, and City Handicap. For the TWO-YEAR OLD PLATE I like EXBANK ? ... 1 YETMAN ? ... 2
ATHLETICS. April. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
ATHLETICS. [?] 21, 22, 23— Newcastle Fifth Grand llnndi cap. — Entric*, March -'j ; handicaps, April 5 ; accoptances, April 10. I 23— Sir Joseph Banks Hurdlu Raco (05so vh .) — I Kntries April 9; handicaps, April 11 ; acceptances, April 1G. Mat. 2 — Sir Jonoph IJanks 410yd-- Handicap, a?'.'— Entry, April H- ; acceptances, April -3. 7, 14 — Carrington Grounds Second Grand Handicap. 7 — Ashfield Amateur Athletic Club. 8, 0 — Hurdle Raco, Tempo, -610. 24, 25— Bombala Athletic Club Shofflold of X100. — Nominations, .March 30 ; handi caps, April 0 ; acceptances, May 10. 28 and Juno -1 — Sir Joseph Hanks Eloventh Sheffield Handicap.— Kntries, April IK* ; handicaps, May G ; accoptancos, May 21. June. I 21 — Wagga Athletic Club.
LADIES' CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
LADIES' CRICKET MATCH. On Wodnosday aftornoon noxt tho young lady crickotors play a match on tho Associa tion Ground, tho gross procoods of which aro to bo handed ovor to tho widows and orphans of tho Bulli Colliory disaster. In their laud able endoavours in so good a cause a goodly attondanco may bo oxpoctcd at this Eastor season. ? A fow tronhies havo been nromisod for spooial play, ono being from Elkington and Co.,' jewellers, of George-street, .Tlio N.S.S. Vornon band has been applied for by tho promotor of tho match, Mr. F. Ironside, and ho is hopoful of securing its presence to lend additional attraction to what should : provo the- novolty of the season. Wo under stand tho dross adopted by tho 'fair crickotors' is what is familiarly known as tho ' Nanoy Leo,' bluo and rod striped, with blue bodios, each sido wearing distinguishing hats or caps. ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
I / . . 'THE REFEREE.' BATES for ADVERTISING. Ordinary Advertising Koto. Situations Vacant ? ? 0 0* G . ? ' Births, DcftthK, nnd Marriages ? ,.010 Ordimu'y AdYcrtisomeuta (10 words) ,.*0 10 , .. ? „ (28 words) 0 2 0 \ inch (tibont 40 words) ? 0 3 0 1 inch (About 80 words) ? ,050 i column ? 2 15 0 Under Reading Matter. Each inch ? 10 '
LOOKING BACK. THE A. J. C. AUTUMN MEETING. St. Leger Say. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
LOOKING BACK. [By ' Early Bird.'] THE A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. St. Leger Say. Tho weather on Saturday Inst was all that could be desired, and notwithstand ing the fact that large fields were not to be expected, still fully 10,000 spectators were present, and took a lively interest in the proceedings. Representatives of the Fourth Estate from Victoria comprisad the f ver genial ' Augur' of the Austra lasian, ?? Asnrouuus ui ' , ''' '? Vigilant' of the Sportsman, and fore most'amongst horse-owners from the same colony may be mentioned Sir. 'VV. J. Clarke. His Excellency Lord Carrington was not m attendance. But tho usual representatives of fashion, beauty, and wealth mustered very strongly. As usual the road was crowded with vehicles of every description from the smart four-in-liand down to the unsightly bottle-cart, the occupants of the latter making tho road hideous -with their un earthly yells and disgusting exclamations. The trams were crowded to excess ; but all present seemed . to...
QUESTION BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
QUESTION BOX. A Wrestler (AtVi.iido). — Attho St. Patricks Day's Sports 1» ro. thcro was a wrestling event, collar an I elbow style, Dublin rules. There wore oitfV; entries. The jndjro, owintf to tlio short ti 3 ftt his disposal for the event, limited r t;h two in first round to ton minutes' wrest iig, and at tho end of that time, if no fftl had been given, and both having shown t io samo amount of plav, the.v wore aisqu utnea. me nrsc two men in the first roui. i were disqualified for this reason. Tho t :- men in tho second heat did not at tho c i:l of tho ten minutes have a fall, but one them gave play all tho time, and tho ot » -r no play, although asked twice to (lo ao i»y tho judge. The judgo gave a fall or x point to the man that showed play, an 1 declared him the winner of tho heat. In the third and fourth heats, a fall was given in each, which left thrco men to compote in tho second round. Their names were put in a hat in tho usual way, ancl drawn, the competitor that did no...