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SPORTING ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
SPORTING ECHOES. Horoeowners and trainers' attention is directed to pagfe 3, where a number of important racing1 advertisements will be found. Trident victorious again. A now baseball club boa been formed. Kinginaster is a liot 'un when wanted.. Dry Lake meeting has been registered.. Oostollo and Slavin are matched again. Mr. M. Loughlin gave -£GOO fur Dragon.. Mr. Oxonham bus purchased Straight Shot. Kaces at Bowning on Friday and Satur day. Dubbo races commonce to-day, also Warialda. The third sliaro in Arsenal realised 100 guinens. Readerst will find 'Between Drinks' on pago 7. Hales won six races during the A.J.C. campaign. Tbo bicyclists opened the season oa Saturday. ijiverpool races will be brought off .on Saturday. Shackloford appears to have gone off considerably. The Upper Yarra Regatta was a success on Saturday. The Sydnoy Driving Park meeting takes placo to-day. Connors wants a match with Sali for £25 or £50. ? Connoi-3 says ho is --willing to. wrestle Cannon iigaiu. No ...
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Tlio Canterbury meoting, which was pre viously announced, was postponed on account of tho weather, but of all tho slipshod and uncomfortable gatherings that liavo ovor taken placo on this courso perhaps this is tlio worst. Press accommodation was bad, and the facilities afforded thoso who aro expected to givo a ,4full, fair, nnd truthful acconnt' mucuu, uiiu uuiigs woro as un comfortable as could well bo imagined. Tlio public, howovor, mustorod as strongly as heretofore, considering thoy havo had enough and to spare, and boyond tlio 44 favourites' 1 going down in tho first threo racos, j thereby putting a damper on tho ardour ' of backers, tilings passed off pleasantly, j In a couplo of instances glaring discrepancies 1 woro visible, and it is a notoworfchy fact that thoso who aro in a position to copo with tho frauds took full notico of thom. Tho Flying Handicap produced fourteen runners, ' not tryersj' and Loumoah who was run 44 straight,' only carried a sol...
CRICKET NOTES JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
[?] JUKTIGB CIMCKET. t Hio ram ou Saturday afternoon camo down J'** - whon most of tho matchoH woro Ixs fjinniijg' to #ofc jnlorofifcinjj, und thus flpoiiod ni°i v . ^l0 . most important inn,tch, i.e., if wo g-o by tho attondunco, was undoubtedly tlio final for tho Metropolitan uup uctu'uon tho old rival clubs, tho Marylc .bonoa and Pyrmont Ivanhoo. Tito number of sijoctators present was much Jarccr than any othor chu match has drawn during' this season, and must havo numbered .something near one thousand, Tho Ivanhoos : iuid to uiko tho Hold, and tho Marylcbonea batting first/ it was thought that tfomcthmj? resembling a respeotablo scoro would .bo roached, but iu this Qvcryonowan disappointed, as they v/oro all disposed of for 48 nms. Grinham opojied by bowling against tho wind and Nowcll trundled from tho othor ond,* his first over dismissing James, who gavo a very easy chanoe, through ' lotting: out 'at a lt^ break, tho leather flying . straiffht up. Arthur, Purccll, 13 oil , and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
PREJUDICE. Suhrv Hills/ iiO'l, Ci.rvbi, and St.: (Sydney), N.S.W., Way l,18S(i. — About the beginning of last December I was taken with what some call tho Colonial lAsver. I shook from head to foot, iiocoinpaniod with cold clammy paspirntion, was exceedingly nervous, and had aching pains all ovor my body. Sly appetite failed, and I was thought to be noar my end. During this timo I was attended by medical men with out tho least beneficial result. I was ad vised to try Warner's Safo Curo. 'My prejudice ngainst proprietory modicineB wa3 such tlr.it, although I had the lust ovidence of tho value of tlio medicine, I did not for somo time try it; wlion I did, liowovor, I had not takon moro than two bottles when t began to prove its value. Bight bottloj takon mid I was at work ogain (juite ivell,— JOHN HAYES.*
STOPPING A RAILROAD. A TALE OP THE SMOKING -ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
STOPPING A I1AIL110A1). A TAI.E OP THE SMOKZNG-KOOM. ' I'd rather drive a blackguard in tlio near lead with a bishop on the box-seat, whicli everybody knows is impossible, seeing' the bad language a man must get rid of in thoso most awkward circumstances, I would. I'm hanged if ho isn't tho most awful j man over I sat alongsido.' What s lip, Jim? 'said, the land lord of the old Black Ram'' half-way lionso to tho did stage-coachman who drovo tlio las,t stago.of tho Lion on a famous 'West of England and London ?road. . ' .-?????? '??????? vVliate.iip? Why, .over smco I got up at E ? that, man has kept continually axing mo tho most annoy ing questions. . If thoy wero ' about tho bosses, mind, I woni dn'fc c.u'O a bit,,hnngcd if I wouldn't; bnt when lie comes over Sowerby Hill, lio savs, ' Coachman, bow often have you had accidents whon lives wero lost, and Her Majesty's mails delayed p' ' 'Woll,' I says, ' forty times, or mavbo more, , and nearly a score of folks killed,' just thinking...
TAKEN IN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
TAKEN IN. She come-, a littlo aftor dawn, ?;: . ;i . : , To sorapo and scar tho fixtures ; - .To raiso a dust and disadjust '??;?; My brio-a-brac and pieturos. ? Suspicious snarls untidy kinks, : ? From lurid twists unravollod, Of tell-talo hair, inform mo whoro My brush and comb havo travollod. - 1 My bottled sweets grow sadly loss ? Aftor hor weekly visit, And tlio porfnmo that haunts tho room Is ovidonoo explicit. I hoar sho's ill ; lior throat is raw. ?? i Hor faco seiuned. sallow, flaccid : I don't ngreo with hor, I soo, To drink carbolic aoid. A previous acquaintanceship between the male and female in China prevents tliein from marrying.'. Thus it is that a man and woman who 'used togo to school together when tliey wero little,' never go liaud-in-hand together in search of a minister or a' justice of tlie pciiee. They mus't wed as absolute stransrora. Wlion young Hi Low uslts Miss So Sly to marry him, and shq drops her. eyes atul simpers,' 'I know you at OldHyson's infant- sch...
METROPOLITAN CUP. Final Match. Marylebone V.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
MKTltOl'OMTAN Wi'. Kinul 3la(oh. ?Innli'l)Ouu v. pryuiou!. ivunhui'. Thoso old rivals mot onco moro iu -ha finish of tho Cup on tho Cup wickot, Moore Park. Tho attondanco of spectators vm« vory larpo indood, and a doal of interest wa[» centred iu tho play, whieli, howovor, was not of long duration, as tho rain camo down In sueh foroo , as to stop play for tho day, after 43 vims had boon scored. Tho Marlobonos baUwi first, I Jamos and Ai'thurs opening tho Inningn to tlio 1 bowling of Grinham aud NcwuU. Wlion only a unit had boon seorod James was dis missed, tho board showing 1—1—1. The noxt six batsmon woro dismissed with tho scoro at -21, Harrington, Arnold, Wfflingdalo.-and J3ell being among thoso turned right about. Perry and Geo got together, and tho scoro was raised to 40, whon Nowoll waa again tried, and sue oeodod in .bowling Porry and Haytfs in two Hucccssivo balls, tho. innings closing for 48 . runs. MAiiTLEDOHE.-FirRt innings. Jamen, c liuckle, b Nowoll .. i Arthurs, b Newe...
RILEY CUP. Wentworth v. Ryde. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
IIIIjKY (H'P. Wentworlh v. Kytfe. This match was rosumod on the Agricul tural Ground on Saturday afternoon. TUo Rydes, going on with thoir first innings, wore all disposed of for a total of 47 runs, being thus 7 runs bohind thoir opponents. Jordan and \V. bhort playod nicoly for 13 and 15 re. spoctively, whilst J. Spurway also made 8 by confident batting. Tho romaining. batsnien did almost nothing, owing to tho lino trundol ing of Sparks and W. Burohor, tho first named, on this oocasiou, dointr'tho major part of tho damago with the ball, and camo out, with an averago of Bix wickots for 20 .runs— a first-class porformaneo. Burchor was loss fortunate, anci captured but two wickots for 24 runs. During this innings, two bats mon woro run out. Tlio Wontworths started their second innings, but farod vory badly, as threo good wickots woro down for. G num. whon play had to coaso owing to tho rain coming down vory heavily. Both Spark cs and Dickings aro amongst thoso who aro out. and both wo...
M. S. W. GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
IT.S.W. GUN CLUB. On Monday afternon 20 shooters competed under tho auspices of tho Now South Wales Gun Club, for a gun manufactured by Purdoy, of London. In tho tenth round Messrs. Purdey* and Coonamblo* missed tlioir bird, and S. Grant' having killed, sooured tho gun. Ap pended aro tho scoros of tlio first throo : — First prize, gun (manufactured by Purdey, of London), valuo 8J KUiuoas; second priso, jtilO ; third prize, L'5. *S. Grant, :j0yds ? 1111111111 ?Kiiii;, 'yds ? 1111111110 ?CoonamMo, 2tycls ? 1111111110 * Assumed names.
TEMPE PIGEON MATCH, [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
TEMPE PIGEON MATCH. MV:. T. Maiono's ground at Tempo is fast becoming iv.favonrito resort for knights of the trigBor; On- Moisday a big crowd of shooters availed themselves of tho opportunity of being prcsont to- congest for the rich prizo given by ; tile-promoter; No doubt a far groaternum I her would- hajro been thoro had not tho Now | youth Wales Gnn Club fixed on this dato, and only for- tho shooting off of a mere jgun trophy. Mr. Malono announced liis | match- for- the somo day some weeks ago. It ? vras a discourteous act of the promier club of tho colbny to intorforo with him. Tho shoot . ing on. tho wholo all day was capital. IfcWGulil bo woll to remind shootists that in. the fUturo Mr. Malono will ignore all gun club, rules, as thoy differ so much. It is often: tho-caso that members of each club moet, and insisting- on thoir own club rulos, unpleasant ; dispuiee invariably occur, therefore all matches in tho futuro on his ground mil bo shot imdor his own Tempo rules. Boundar...
MORE AMERICAN ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
MORE AMERICAN ATHLETES. (FE02I OUR JRZ. GOr.P.ESPONDENT.) In- the course; of a conversation with Charlie Taylor, he informed me that Madame Jaquarine, tlie renowned swords woman, who- created such' a furore in the States^ some tiinc ago, may be expected out here shortly, most likolv by next steamer. and' that Captain Jennings, anothor re nowned swordSman, who beat Duncan Ross last year; has: e-xpressed his intention of trying -his- luck in- the colonies also.
ADELONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
ADELOMG RACES. 1 Tho following aro tho rosults of tho AdcV 1 Crossing Eaeos : — lution; s Selling Itaco, 1 milo.— Small Trade 1 . li I ristor, 2 ; Modina, 3. ' 1 ' «'? | Adolong Crossing Handicap, li S Wlialobono, 1 ; Hope, 2 ; Woxford 3 | Eastor Gift, 1| mile.— Sundown i ? w 1 ford, 2. ' ,KI Hack Raco, onco round tho course — P„ij I dust, 1 j Modina, 2 ; Barrister, 3. ' 1 Forcod Handicap, onco round the eon™- 1 Golddust, 1 ; Nativo Cat, 2 ; Wlialeb -2 t S
ADELAIDE TROTTING CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
ADELAIDE TROTTING~CLnT i RACES. B I - Tho Trotting Club races took S Saturday, with tho following rosuKdl c5 ?! Hurdlo Raco.— Speculation, i ? 'Km :A 2; Shaugliraun, 3. Elovon ran (f- half a longth. '0nb; Maidon Trot— Hard Times, 1 ? v„,,, „ -4 Dink, 3. Fifteen startod ' 2; '-j Autumn Handicap. — Nicholas 1 . P $ conado, 2 ; Norma, 3. Norma won ' ? i buf could not draw tlio propor weight 1 htooplcchase.— Eofllnhnod, 1 ? 1 Ilvpcrna, ,'1. Six ran. Won by 'a nock ' 2; 1 Timo Trot. -Dot, 1 ; Hard Timos n 1 3. Elovon started. B''-, 1 Auction Flutter.— Booswing, 1 ? Mirnm .i I Maria, 3. 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
( Sporting. THE SYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB'S , POSTPONED J TROTTING AND RACK MEETING. POSTPONED TROTTING AND RAGE MEETING front Friday last will take place on THIS BAY, April 20, 1887. THIS DAY, April 20, 18S7. F - 'i TROTTING THIS TROTTING TROTTING PAY, TROTTING * TROTTING APRIL 20, TROTTING 1 C TROTTING On tl.o . TROTTING ,« And AGRICULTURAL And 'Wr And SOCIETY'S GROUND'S And RACE 1IOOEE .PARK. RACE fij RACK ? — ' RACE ViiS RACE M EVENTS. RACE C,1 RACE IS EVENTS. RACE »§» MEETING ? ? MEETING WM MEETING SPECIAL MEETING ®B MEETING ATTRACTION. MEETING M$h MEETING ? — MEETING ?«$«§ in tho event ot only ono liorso Bta.rt.hif? for tlio Champion Stallion Raco.th* prizo of lOOsovs, to bo J y£ awarded liim on tlio condition that ho bcata tho best record made on tho S.D.P.C. hnlf-milo track q (2min. &lsoc.). . ^ LUNCHEON PROVIDED. Admission, 1b. ; Grand Stand and Reserve, 28. Gd. extra. 4 P. R. MORT/BY, Secretary pro. tern, Norwich Chambers, 50 Huntcr.strcct. A5 GRICULTURATj SOCIETY O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
IfilCIPiEIVT BSIGHT'S DISEASE' IstiNQTO.v, Nhwcasi'le, N.S.W., .v' 2S, 1S8G. — After being brought very ]w l||| witli liver and kidney disease, and aft« ifflj being imdor medical treatmont six i «J) without recovery, I resolved to i 1 Warner's Safe Cure a trial, and did - i tlio timo I began its use I suffered | from sharp cutting pains across m; 1 affl nnd around my side, loss of memory, =ic' ness at the stomach, appetite eapricioi' urine filled with albumen, &c. 1 did n' ::$ji derive perceptible good from the mcilici»- '^S until I had taken four bottles, after vthH «|| timo my recovery was rapid aud coupH I took in all about 50 bottles. — THOMAS 111 NOLAN.* ? 111 JOHISOFS~| STOUT | THE 'COMrASS' BRAND S;1 JOHNSON'S'! STOUT i GUINNESS'S CELEBRATED Bli:.'., 'fe JOHNSON'S I STOUT1 I IN LARGE CHAMPAGNE BOTTLES. §§ JOHNSOlrt STOUT :£ UNUSUALLY LATJGE CONTENT; JOHISOF8' f; ^ FOR LADIES AND INVALIDS. .'.Sis Toii¥sof8 'I STOUT 1 IN SPLENDID CONDITION'. || JOHNSON'S i ?STOUT II THE...
The Death of Warrior. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
The Death of Warrior. At the Hurlingham pony meeting on Saturday, in concluding the flat race for larger animals. Warrior fell at a sharp turn and broke his leg, having to be destroyed. M'Mahon, the jockey, received :Sucli injury that he had to be taken to the Alfred Hospital, but on examination it was found that his injuries wero not dangerous.
Sportsmen at Law. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 21 April 1887
Sportsmen at Ziaw. -A fresh sporting action, Webb v. Warne, ? ' is set down for hearing in the County Count to-day. It is alleged that the de fendant requested plaintiff to back his horse at Elstornwiek. Plaintiff did so. 'The animal did not win, and the sum of ,£150 was sunk in the transaction, and ' -plaintiff now sues to recover that amount.