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OUR CRICKETERS IN THE COUNTRY. CAMBEWARRA. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
OUlt GUIGKETER8 IN THE COUNTRY. Camdhwarka. Saturdav Nicrht. Tho Kont Cricket Club arrivou in Shoalhavon by tho s.s. Mooindorry on Friday aftornoon aftor a splondid trip. On arrival thoy wore mot by sovoral of tho local champions and driven t6 tho residonco of Mr. Clark, wliore thoy woro vory hospi. tably ontortained. Thoy afterwards pro ceeded to tho Coolangatta ground and playod tho local t3am, oventually winning by soven wiokots. Pantlin batted best, scoring 13 ; whilo O'Brien bowlod splendidly, and took thirteon wickot3 for 10 runs. On tho noxt day thoy proceoded to Cambowarra, wliero thoy dofoatod tho local t.^am by ono innings and 80 runs ; Pantlin 19, Lonton 18, Anderson 13, Pallot 13. O'Brien took six wickot* for 4 runs. Beautiful woathor, and tho visi tors arotboing splendidly entertained. A match between tho Sydnoy Orientals and Yass was commonecd on Friday afternoon. Tho Orientals went first to tho wickets, ami scored 23. Yass in their first innings mado 50. Tho match was...
COUNTRY CRICKET. (BY WIRE.— FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PARRAMATTA. Saturday v. Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
COUNTRY CRICKET. (by WIRE.— KIIOSI OUB OWN C'OltRESl'ONDENT.1 Pabuajiatta. Saturdav Nielit. Coatos v. Mount Victoria. — Won by Cuatos ' by ono innings and 3 runs. Scores Coatos, 1-A5 ; Do Saxo 40, Smith 30, Brown 19. Mount Victoria, 56 and SO ; Sainsbury 22 aud 0, Pool 11 and 25, Ilorring 13, Manning 10. Byrn'os, for Coatos, secured iifteon -wickots for 53 ; Mourant, for Mount Victoria, soourod oight wiokots.
HUTCHENS AND HIS DEFEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
HUTCHENS AND HIS DEFEATS. Hutchens, the quickest runner in the world, has beeu in Australia something like six months, and in that short space of time ho has electrified and annoyed the public of Australia in an amazing degree. First of all he runs Samuels 150yds., aud is lmdlv beaten in a yard over even time, but in the same week defeats Malone in a great race in 7yds. under even time. He then goes to Melbourne and runs Clarke for a gate. After it dead heat, Clarke win3 two events aud Hutohehs one ; but, in each event, it is noticeable that the favourite is the loser. He returns to Svduey, after separat ing with Mr. Markham aud his trainer, who n-o on to England, and runs Samuels another ? race, in which he is again beaten by the aboriginal. Mr. Deeble next takes tlie Putney flyer in hand, and make3 a match to run Sauuuls another raco, 150yds., on-even terms. Immediately Hutchons covers the distance easily in 5yds. uuder eveu time, and left Samuels bravely struggling a yard or so b...
NEW ZEALAND April. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
NEW ZEALAND [?] 21, 22 — Anhburton Racing Club's Autnm Mooting. May. 10— Egmont Raoing Club's Stooplooluwoa. 24 — Potano Winter. 34, 25— Dnnodin Winter. , Juke. ?1— Auckland Steeplechaao. . 18— Town and Suburban (H.B.) Racing Club's Midwinter Mooting. 23— Hawko's Bay Stceplechns
SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
SAILING AND ROWING. SAILING NOTES, (Br 'Backstay.') Iievor before at any Easter time has there been more boats out camping at Broken Bay and Middle Harbour, especially the forinei', which was alive with open boats of all sizes, and a good sprinkling of yachts. The weather during the early part could not have been finer, but on .Monday it could not have been much worse, which seriously effected tho boats getting back from the north. As far as I can at present fi,„l «„(- ? ? 1.. ? i vuu viiviv nvvv uuiy .biirce yuciita, viz., U'aitangn, Oithona, and Harpy, and ono open boat, tho Phryne, which got as far as Cabbage Tree under Manly. Having only _ returned myself lato on Monday evening from Broken Bay I have not time to say much here, but hope to bo able to give an account of the doings, Sc., of some of tlio yachts nnd boats during the Easter holidays in next Sunday's Times. ? Tho closing day of tho Balmain Sailing Club was fixed for next Saturday, bnt has boen postponed to the latter e...
QUEENSLAND April. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
QUEENSLAND Aran., 13, 14 — Balonno.Jookoy Club. May. 3 — Dawson Anmtour R.C . — Entries for Handi cap, April 5. 4, 5 — Warwick T. C. — Added monoy, £500 j -- ontrioa (2) Handicapa, April 7 ; ac coptaneeH and general entry, April 30. 11, 12 — G. W. Downs (Tambo) J.C. 12 — Ipswich Turf Club. — Added monoy, £380 ; nominations, Hurdle, Turf Club, Braco ot. and Flying Handicaps, April 7 ; weights, April 18 ; acceptances and gonoral ontry, May 2. 12, 13— Maokay T. C. 19, 20 — Eton. 21, 2-V — Q.T-C. Autumn. — Gonoral entrioR, May. 3 : woiglrts for tho principal events, May 10 ; aoooptancea, May 17. 24, 25 — Richmond. 24, 25— Walkcrston. 20, 27— WiUkorston. Junk. 1, 2— W.Q.R.C., Roma. 1, 2 — Toowoomba Turf Club. — Addod money, £720 j nominations, Flying, Town Plato, Clifford, Juvenile, Publican'8, Turf Club, and Ladies Milo Handicaps, April 5 ; weights, May 5 ; acceptances and gonoral entry, May 19. 2, 3 — Bowen. 2,3 — Blookall R.C. Annual. 8, 9— Roma ltaco Meeting. 9, 10 — Townsrillo ; £12...
ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
ROWING NOTES. (By 'Cornstalk.') The Victorian Rowing Association liavo appointed a committee to devise a scheme by which the subject of the pollution of the .Yarra could . be forced under the notice of Parliament ? :and the ? public generally, with a view to the- suppression of the nuisances fnrising therefrom. . Mr. J.H. Barrow, who .brought tht- matter be fore the attention of the association, was extremely condemnatory in liis remarks. He regarded the question as being ono of the most important ever before tlio associa tion. The interests of the rowing clubs wero involved in the condition of the river. Tho Yarra was resolving itself innsliuiy, stinking and noxious sower. He had seen a 'fino high' dog in tho river that very evening. Ho had been told a story— probably a true one, that a dog was sent into the river after a stick. It got a mouthful of the Yarra water, and then had barely strength enough to paddlo to the bank, where it died from tho effects of its ' swallow.' Mr. Barr...
A CHALLENGE FROM NEIL MATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
A CHALLENGE FKOM NEIL XHATTEKSON. It having been stated in tho press that Kemp is still desirous of rowing Neil Matterson a match, the latter called at this office on Tuesday evening with the following challenge :— . ? ? 1 will row jvcmi' ou me j.-arramapta, over the Chauii)iou Course, for XlOO'hside or more, in any reasonable time lie a3ks. Tlie final stakes for the match between my brother and Neilson will be put up at my father's hotel, Cle%-'elan:l and Bourke streets on Thursday, and if Kemp's party want a match they will find me ther.! willing to make it. All along I have been anxious to come to terms.'
FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. THOSE EASTER SHOWS. Old Friends with New Faces. OPERA IN SPORT. IN THEIR RIGHT PLACES — AT THE ALHAMBRA — A WET EASTER — PROSPECTS OF THE DRAMA — BLAND HOLT BACK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
TOOTLIGHT FLASHES. | THOSE EASTER SHOWS. Old Priends witli New Faces. ' OrEitA. in Sport. IN THEIR RIQnT PLACES— AT THE AI/HAJI BRX — A WET EASTER— PHOSPECTS OF THE DRAMA — BLA^'D HOLT BACK AGAIN. It is in tbo light of 7irr. Pain's illumina tions nnd pyrotechnic devices tlmt the humble Footliglit Flasher begins his ?coruscations this week, and just as those gorgeous effects in which Mr. Pain ?delights aro sometimes cast into a ? secondary place by tho brilliance of tho moon, this, indeed, was notably tho case C-i4-.iwloir ln»(- r,r. ' ir. J-1. „ 4- Flasher now and then compelled to nc iknowlo^ijo that ho lias to pale his ineffect.i.il fires when tho necessity arises for transferrins to his columns some reflection of tho marvels to be seen in Prince Alfred Park. I stand aside, I confess, and groan out my ad miration in ,-ahs' and 'ohs' as other, folk do, and am well content to wonder how it is done without attempting to find out the mystery. How it is that with so much paper and past...
A. J. C. PLATE, TRIDENT. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAPS. THE CITY HANDICAP — 1 ½ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
A.J.C. PLATE, TRIDENT. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAPS. THE CITY handicap— li mile. St.ll). «»»'» I Honoydow ... ... 9 3 The Nun ? 7 0 Tom Brown... ??? .9 0 Ihaon ? 7 » Abner ! ? 8 0 Soldier Boy ... 7 0 The Jewel ... ... 8 9 Emerald ... ... « . Kitawa ? ? 8 7 Honeycomb ... Oil 1 Kobai ? 8 7 Gipsy's Warning 6 11 Rtimlev ? 8 4 Abuwe ? » JJ IKevito: ? B 2 Myall King ... « 8 , Hint-master ... 8 0 Silver King ... « 9 Vnlfr ? 8 0 Cheslmm ... ... 0 7 Vellow Jacket ... 7 12 The Wreck ...6 7 Fraud ... ... 7 12 Hexliam ? 6 7 Crossfire ? ? 7 10 Tho Felon ... 6 5 Keith ? 7 10 Peeress ? 0 5 Mozart ? 7 10 Sweotkeart ... « | 'Frisco ... ... 7 9 Rosebud ? 6 » Ravensworth ... 7 7 Beggarmau ... 0 3 ISgowrie::: 7 3 Eyeshot ???-!» Willeroo ? 7 S Maid ol the Lake G 0 THE WELTEE HANDICAP — 1} milo. st. lb. St. lb. Mmer ? 10 1 EnnUkilleu ... 8 0 Kohai ? 10 2 Merry Duchoss... 7 12 Stanley ? 10 0 Euroclydou ... 7 10 Fraud ? 9 7 Resolve ? 7 8 Ituve»8wortli ... 0 3 ? \ § Sloth ? 9 0 Bullion ... ... 7 8 Ellin...
SPORT IN NEWCASTLE. Newcastle, Monday Night. Wallscsud Hockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
SPOUT -IN NEWCASTLE. - (FBOX'OUB' OlVX CORRESPONDENT.) Newcastle, Monday Night. .v TXTaTlBPtifl -TnMrnv Cl-.lb. ?' There ia.uoba great deal to chronicle in the sporting world here. The cliiet at traction to-day was tho Easter meeting of tlie AVallsend Jockey Club, a report of which I enclose. The sports at' Waratah. wero, but poorly attended on account of the rain. Other attractions announced wero postponed.. ? -'j Solly nnd liiddle.' ? ! :v There, is a rumour going tho rounds . that Solly, of Wnllsend, is desirous of ineetiiig Liddle- in a 130yds. spin for a tidy stake. The Englishman iuforuis mo that he ' cannot see his way clear to make a match with Solly at present; ? on account of his sprained leg._ , This, liiiib , 'I- may mention isliecowing stronger every day, but it will be some time before it- will, ?stand a strong Spin. -A- ;,matoh\ between, thesa 'two peds '-would cause, no lend.' of. 'oxcitomont, but; should Liddlo ybij .fit ho; should win easily. . ' ' Carljla, tho Ita...
FRISCO, WINNER OF THE SIDNEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
FRISCO, WINNER OF THE SIDNEY CUP. Frisco, the winner of tho Sydnoy Cup, is a brown gelding, 3yrs. old, by Grand Flaneur from 'Verbena, and was traiued by Mr. Charles Roberts, of Randwick, and is tho proporty of Mr. T. Sampson. Fol lowing are his performances :— At 2yrs.— Narandera : Nowhere in Maiden Plate, 1| n-t. -U. ? 1... TT-. ? ^ OH. . mue, use. 010., won uy veruioui,, 1 »u uiu j nowhere in Flying Handicap, J mile, Gst. 121b., won by Tho Frenchman, Sst. Mur rnuibidgee Spring: Won Two-year-old Handicap, 0 furlongs, 7st. 71b., lmin. 3Jsec. ; Devotion, 7st. 121b., second ; Mel pomene, 7st. 91b., third. Elsternwiek, January : Nowhere in Half-mile Handi cap, C3t. 71b., won by Breeze, Cst. 'lib. Flemington Autumn .- Nowhere in Nursery Handicap, 7 furlongs, Gst. 71b., won by Aglao3, 7st. Gib. Caulfield, March : Won Selling Race, ui furlongs, Ost. 41b., lmin. Oisec., The Doer, 7st. 'lib., second j Dirk Hatterick, 7st. 71b„ third. Elsternwiek, March : Nowhere in Shamrock Handicap, 5 fiu...
SPORTING FIXTURES. THE TURF. RACES TO COME NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
SPORTING EIXTTJR.ES. I THE TURF. j BACKS TO COME . NEW -SOUTH WALES. nvo wntilil t.o thnnkful If Pi-crotarieB of ttacc Clul-a would forwiml the of their forthcoming MeetiiiKH, together with tlio IJutcB of Nomina tiotiB, Woiglits, iiml Aecei'tiuicos.l Al'UII,. 13— Canterbury Pnrk. 15— Fourteenth Sydney 1 'riving Park Meet inff.— Entries April 1. 15— Sliingr.nyiih Races. - Nominations, March ?-'20, 21— Wnvmlila J.C. Annual.— General entry, April 19. . 20 21— Dnbbo Jockcy CluK— hntruiH for J.C. ami Macrptario Plato Handicaps, March 29. 2 1 ? Oxley Jockey Clnb.— Nominations, April 5 ; weights April 12 ; acccptanccs and ?rJncrnl entries, April 20. ? 23— Murrav Hnt l&ico Clnb.— Nominations, April!'. , 28, 29— Wiloannia Jockey Clnb Jloeting.— ?\Voi(?hts, March 29 ; acceptances, April 12 ; final payments and general ontrien, April 20, May . 3— Rosohill Contcnnial Cnn, closing stakes. First iiayment o X10, Muy 3 ; nocond paymont, J220, September (i. 4. 0— Bonrko Jockey Club.— Nominat...
HUTCHENS AND SAMUELS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
HUTCHENS AN]) SAMUELS AGAIN. On . Tuesday Hutchens conceded . threo yards! start - in 130 to Charlie Samuels, the Queensland aboriginal, but I10 never caught him, and was about two yards be hind at the finish. Samuels finished easy, and Hutchens looked ns if ho was in no condition. The race was slow, the official time being 12 3-5see., which would make Samuels run a yard inside even time. At Maclean, Henry Searle, with a start of 20sec. from Donald M'Donald, beat him in the all-comers race. M'Donald was second, and it was a good race. Tho highest priced youngster, yester day, was 500 guineas, and the lowest 1G. First Foal Stakes forfeits, in connection with the A.J.C., are due to-day.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 14 April 1887
Acceptances for the Sydney Driving Park meeting are good. Four remain in tlie Froo for All, one in the Champion Stallion Class, eight in the Maiden, eight in the Dwarf; eight in the Pony and Time Wnnilican . and thirteon in tho Time Han- i dicap Trot. The selling races coiltain eight and six respectively. With fine weather there is'sure to bo a largo attend ance, ana under tho guidance of the offi cials an pnjoyablo meeting should be tho result. Tho Warwick T.C. (Queensland) an nounce a meoting for May 4 and 5. The programme comprises : — Maiden Plate, 30 sovs., II mile; Selling Eace, 25 sovs., \\ mile. Warwick Handicap, 100 sovs., 15 mile i Stewards' Purse, 25 sovs., 1 milo and a furlong ; and Flying Handicap, -10 sovs., six furlongs. Second day: Members' Cup, 30 sovs., 1 j mile ; T.C. Handicap, 150 sovs., 2 miles j Publicans' Purse, 25 sovs., milo; Forced Handicap, 30 sovs., 1 mile and a furlong; and AYind-up^ Handicap 20 sovs., 1 mile, j . MMi . ffM jonrt Viiifi into tlio wide wo...